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JUNE 5, 1912
.1Dirc. brealf b mmt, vaV,
Lndcuor to be ?ool, aiul better ltll,
. Iml best Sulcus i n- ijil, and endeavor's all.
RAPID TRANSIT AND THE PEOPLE.
'Flic average citizen is gaining the impression that the management of tlic
Rapid I'ransit Compan) is slow to tep-nd to some things the people want antl
quick lo lake advantage of every poible techmcaht) in lis franchise that
will strengthen it in its independence of the people.
This is unfortunate, from ever standpoint.
We ought to have in the public service corporation UMng ihc streets of the
rily an organization that is liberal in the interpretation of the rights of the
loop!e. and therefore certain to receive liberal treatment in return.
We would like to feel that with the growth of the city we have trans
portation interests that are willing to stretch a point in doing their full share
toward ihc improvement and devclopm-nt of the municipality.
Ft stirs people to action when they hue a transportation company lhat not
only docs ihc work it is called upon to do in its franchise, but leads the way
in the policy of expansion and progrcs.ivc community activities.
No one seeks lo cause the Rapid Transit loss of money. Wc know of no
one who feels that the company is making too much money. .
The impression is gaining however that ihc Rapid 'I'ransit company is
adopting policies in some instances tint are picayune, and trying to throw
ihc blame for it upon the municipal government.
1 here arc more people in Honolulu who believe ihc recent decision of the
Supreme Court in the Rapid Transit case is right and just, than there arc
who support an appeal of the case or a revision of the charter. And this
same overwhelming majority would be the first lo rise up against a munic
ipal government that forced unreasonable paving conditions on the company.
These arc the same people lo whom the Rapid Transit company must
appeal for revisions and extensions of its charter.
Flic I) u I I c 1 1 n believes in the cople. If llicy arc treated with con
sideration, they go more than half way in reciprocity.
It seems lo this paper that the transportation company is breeding un
necessary but determined opposition.
Mr Charles V Woods In presenting
the Hawaii Yiicht Ct ill, with n niug
nlllrcnt regatta cup, has Riven the
people of Honolulu n Utile evidence of
the spirit that "nukes things go" III
llvo orgnnl?atloiis of llvo coiiiiuunl-'
1 1 b It is (I10 spirit Hint should boi
mure In evidence- In the city of Ilono-1
lulu The men nble to tend it liund In'
piomotlng n grand sport should tnko
11 dm off once In n while and lend tho
hand, show their pood will, und l
boosting the tm)fl, give :i boost to tho
low 11 Not nlone should the Hiiwall
Yacht Chili he grateful, the people ol
Honolulu should ho moru tlinii pleueil
that another Rood man from the main
land has given thepi u little lesson In
Of course Duko will ho tho chiin
plnu What is lloiioluhl doing to help
Don t tuio to think favorably of an
iirmniy for Honolulu that will he Ills
enough fur the town.
Dr.csnt tho sound from 0ster Hay
make you mnro certain every day tliatj
Tail's the man and tho nil know it?
Congress will hnvo to do sonio tall
hiking if It is to llnlsh up business
bcfoiu tho convention. Tho probabil
ities now appear to bo for n recess
during the National vonvcntlons, und
then a luturn lo vvoik and sweltering
In Washington through the month of
1 11 1)
Don'l let them fool jou with tho re
mark that "there's really nothing do
ing" in the matter of the Governorship
Prosper! stneters havo been talk
ing about macadam for many long
J ears It docs seem as though the
ought to bo rewarded
(eoigo McK. McClollan's letter of
letlgnntlnti tallies exactly with his
statement of his fiituio plans, made
during his last trip to Honolulu Mr
McClellaii has made a great success
of his work, and may be credited with
11 very Important share in tho divl
slon of glory among tho workers who
1 hnvo helped Hawaii
(Continued rrom Page 1)
llurbnnk of the IleguHr Armv to Port
Leavenworth, Kan " J
"While In tho islands," srjh tho
World, "lliirhnnk .. nrrled a Plllpluo
girl. Ho wns convicted when lie
sought In mnrry a young lady In
"The American charged that he
tweeii I'lOO and 1D"2. while still n cap
lain, Pershing had lived almost oponl
with lonipilna Hominy Ignnclo, n Pill
Pino womnn, in Zambonnga, Island of
Mindanao. According to tho newspa
pers tho womnn was ono of four sis
ters who conducted n canteen for oW
ccrs. Porshlng. according to tho
American, began his relations with
Innqnlnn In linn, erecting n eottngo
for her at Zambonnga, In which ho
lived with her They wcro said to
havo had four children.
"The charges were bitterly denied
bj General Pershing's friends, though
that officer did not demand tho usual
'court of honor' to vindicate him. Ho
Ignored tho sensational allegations
and his wife, the forpier Miss Wnrren,
steadfastly maintained her belief In
her husband's Innocence"
Officer's Rise Phenomenal.
Tho World conllnuos
".toliti Pershing was horn In Mlssou
rl In September, 18G0, nnd Is slightly
less Ihnn fi2 years old. Ilo Is tho sec
ond youngest Hrlgndlcr General In the
United Stntes Army. Pershing's phe
nomenal rlso Is tho subject of much
discussion, especially becauso of cir
cumstances Dial hnvo attended it.
"Carly in this century Pershing wns
sent Willi his regiment In tho Philip i
pines Ills (lanei'e was Miss Helen
Prances Warren of Wyoming and
Washington Miss Warren's fnthci'j
was Prancis Knicry Warren, United
Slates Senator from Wyoming. I
"Senator Warren Is chairman of tho
Military Affairs Committee of tho Sen-1
ate In that capacity Senator Warren'
was practically the court of last ap I
peal for money and everything clso
tho Army wauled It Is most Interesl-j
ing to wnlch Captnlu Pershing's Army
career nftcr his engagement to Miss
"In April, 1!U2, Colonel Unldwln of
tho 271 h Infantry, commanding nn ex-'
pvdlticm in Mindanao, had n bloody
light with tho Mnros. Ilo whipped
llicm decisively mid went Inln Camp
Vlcnis. Cantnln Peishintr. who wns
not in t tin light, was ordered to thol
camp as indulgence officer.
Pershing Given Command.
"Colonel Haldwln was mado n brlga
dler general and sent lo Inko com
mand of tho department of I ho Vis
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 $4000
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue 3 40,00
iKalia Road 2 2500
, Culick Avenue .'.2 2500
Kjnau Street . 3 60.00
Kahala Beach r 2 105.00
Puunul Street 3 6000
Nuuanu Street 6 7500
Kalakaua Avenue ..3 37.S0
Pacific Heights 5 10000
Beretanla Street 4 75 00
Wal.nio 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 5000
Wilder Avenue 6 20.00
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street 2 2250
King 6treet 2 2000
Alewa Height 2 2000
Lunalilo Street 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Beckley and Kalihl Road 4 35 00
Young Street 2 2000
King Street 3 35 00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalli Avenue 2 18 00
Maumae . 1,..(See book)
Hllliide and Lower Manoa Road ....3 40 00
12th Avenue, Kalmukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35 00
Nuuanu Street 2 25 00
Young Street 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane 2... . 18 00
Magaxino Street 3.. . . 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Two Cottanei. Knlllii .
Cottage, Harbottle Lane
Cottage, Harbottle Lane
Cottage, Harbottle Lne .-
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft.
Lott 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo
MlntWom House. Anaouni Street
3-Bedroom House, Plikol Street 4750
2. Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 sq. ft. . .' -. 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings 8trcel.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue
Cottage, Manoa (three months)
Tantalus Residence of General Davit,
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND.FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
Pp! Sec the Display of Pp.
, Hand -Colored Platinums S
M SURREY'S K
CLUBS TO TALK
1110 ICOOSOVeil MIIIIJ HMiin t..v .. . ,r
tlnough tho Senate all right and Per-' JDJJ31J
1 shlng's unprecedented appointment.
wns confirmed by the Senate Dctfem-
her 10, 100(1, dcsplto n howl that went
'up from all over the country. Tho SC2
officers who had preccdonco over Per
'ihlng could say nothing, but new'spa
pcrs all over tho country denounced
I Itoosev ell's action.
I "I'nlied Stales Senator Warren of
Wyoming still Is n member of tho
! Committee on Military Affairs of the
'Scialo. Ills son-ln-lnw, .Tolm .1. Per
illing. Is nnincd as tho mnn to become
superintendent of West Point,"
Plcaso take notice that when It
Certainly It would bo a very gin
clous thing fur the Rapid Transit to
como forward and volunleor a street
comes to community functluus, tho biIhK11iik tar, or cars Wo venturo
military, officers and men, nro In tliol'h0 1'rcdlctlon that it would bo worth
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
ruin all tho glory of tho campaign,
though tho charge was openly made
that tho sonloi officers were held
r.way at tho pleasure) of Senator War
ren. "Ilo was married to 'Miss Warren
.iiiiiunry zu, l'ui.,, in vvnsningion ami n""tl" ""
loft Immediately5 for Tokyo, whero ho.c" " meoiings,ior lonigiu
1....1 ... ,...i...n.i i . r .ih. At tonights meeting (ho
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Tonight Is tho date set for tho meet
ings or Improvement clubs of tho city
to discuss Clcnn-l'p Day nnd arouse
Interest In tho second annual munlcl
1 nl houso cleaning. A number of
clubs nro meeting tonight and other
tomorrow night. j
President von Damm this morning,
discussing Clean-t'p Day, said Hint
many residents who nro heartily In fa
vor of whatover will bo for the gener
al Improvement" of tho city nro avcrsn
to Clean-lip Day becauso Ihey think
I ho citizens arc called upon to ilo tho
vvoik that tho Hoard of Health and the
city garbago department should do. I
This, says Mr. von Damm, nccnnntu
for Hie lack of enthusiasm Bhnwn In
On Friday night tho big public
meeting will be held on I ho rnofg,ir
den of tho Young Hotel nnd (hero
promises to be a largo attendnnco
Acting (jovcrnor Mott-Sinlth. who
will bo In charge of tho Clcan-Pp
fortes, tilts' morning Issued the follow
ing statement on tho Improvement
We want you lo know
that wo havo a new lino of
Made of new toft cream
leather, with the non-tllp
Lllllo GenU 9-13a.. $2.50
Boy 1-SV4 2.75
Men 6-11 3.00
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St. Phono 1782
front ranks of thoso rpady to help.
It Is good business for Honolulu to
hnvo nil roads lending to Pearl llai
bor In tho best possible enndltlon
.Make tho transportation cpilck nnd
comfortablo by nil tho routes avail-ulilo.
if youi lovo for Honolulu doesn't
ptninpt you to assist In tho promotion
of piojects that assure a more attrac
tive city, you must bo ono.ot those
mean cusses who want to grab every
thing and give nothing in return
Hy what law of common decency
docs a coiporatlou having authority
to place polos and wires In tho streets,
send Its men through private proper
ty, cut IjranrliciR of trees, and leuvo
tho mess on tho sidewalk to bo cleared
up by tho householder
thousands of dollars in community
good will, that would bo ovldentcd In
a very material manner when the
charier is under discussion After all
It Is tho courtesies that count
If you nro muddled over the situa
tion in Ohio, romember that tho con
vention which met yesterday Is tho
State convention to which delegates
wcro named at tho recent Stato prim
aries This convention besides mini
inatlug tho Hepuhlicun ticket for tho
I'till campaign, also elects tho eight
Republican Delegates at largo to tho
Republican National convention Tho
Hoohovelt forces carried tho primaries
In tho Congressional dlstiicts, but It
now appears that thoy did not tarry
tho delegates to tho Stato convention
So Tnft controls Ohio, If you nro fig
uring control from tho standpoint -of
tho Stato convention
Maud -Kale Is making a fool of
Jack, slio Isn't going lo marry him
Alices Why, tlmts Just why sho'8
making n fool of him, it's thu only way
fcho can got lilm lo propose
husband has lost his
"I hear jour
"What docs lio oxpect to do now?'
'Well, ho lold me this morning that
unless ho could get lelnstntod ho
would have to go to work snmovvhero.
"Whou that young man nsked you
to marry him," said Mr Cumrox, "why
didn't you toll him to see mo'"
"I did," replied his daughter, do
miirely. "Ho said ho had nlready seen
you and that ho didn't find your' ap
pcaranco especially objectionable."
The milk wo servo to our
customers is a pure, rich
milk from healthy cows
that are fed on tho boat
of simplo feed.
Wo take every precaution
to maintain perfect clean
linen in all departments,
and we assure our custom
ers that tho milk they re
ceive from us is uncon-taminatod.
tary attncho to tho court of the Mi
kado, with all its honors. Later ho
relumed to the Philippines.
"In 1906 President Roosevelt had a
plan for Army reorganization that
needed tho support of Senator Warren
as chairman of tho Military Affairs
Commltteo of tho Senate.
Promotion from Roosevelt.
"Army circles wero shocked on Sep
tember 20 of that yoar, when John
Pershing, a captain of tho lfith Caval
ly, was promoted by President Rooso
I vclt to bo a llrlgadlcr General. To do
this Roosovclt jumped Pershing over
cayas nt Hollo. Pershing took com-ltho bends of 2.17 Captains who out
niand of tho expeditionary foreo and ranked him, over tho heads of 361 Ma-
remained In commniid dcspllb plans of Mors who vvcrohls seniors and over
senior officers to bo permitted lo Join 'tho heads of 110 Colonels who had a
their companies. Ho wns permllled to pi lor claim lo tho office
Waterhouse Trust ,
Larue terraced lot, corner Magazino and Spencer streets. Well
Improved and splendTd view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmina Rise $500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau streeti 3 bedrooms, parlor,
diningroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Makiki Street . .2 Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue , 3 "
Kecaumoku Street i. .. 2 "
Plikol Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kalihl Road and Beckley Street 4 "
Palolo H"l (to October 1, 1912) 1
Kalakaua Avenue 4
Judd Street 3 "
Matlock Avenuo 2 "
Lunalilo Street . 3 "
Lunalilo Street . 3 "
Bcretania Streot ,3 "
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
should elect a delegate or delegates
to tho meeting to bo held nt tho Young
Hotel on Prlday night, Juno 7. Tho
c'clcgntes Bhotilil bo ready to rcpoit
(1) who tho captnlu of tho district will
bo; (2) tho names of his assistants;
'(3) (lio number and names of mom
ler who will act as Inspectors; (4 )
Iho division of tho district among Iho
assistants and Inspectors; (5) the
Btrent and houso number of tho head
quarters of tho district, as also the
telephone number. If thcro Is ono; (C)
tho boundaries of (ho district.
Tho plan of Clean-Up Day Is to havo
nn inspection on Juno 1!, a Clean-Dp
Pay on Juno 20, nnd an Inspection day
on Juno 22. Tho details of this plan
win Do discussed at tho meeting at tho
Young Hotel Prlday night, either In
dorsed or not having cleanup day on
n public holiday.
A wlreloss message from tho Sono
ma at 8 p m Juno 4, reports her, 87G
miles from Honolulu with weather
line, light northeast breezes and
smooth seas. All well.
Tho naval station got Into wireless
touch with the Guam station ship Sup
ply last night, but Just as n message
was commenced tho connection was
lost It could rial bo ascertained how
far off port tho Supply was, hut from
tho sizo of her wireless outfit It Is
thought that'Bho wns "doso to Hono
lulu, and may be expected tomorrow.
You havo many negatives
worthy of enlarging.
' Let us have them. The ex.
pente of enlarging Is not great.
Black and Whlto or .Sepia.
8i:C KXAMPI.DS IN OUR
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
Territorial warrant No, 1743 for tlCD
Payment lias been st'ipped Tinder
return to a II. "5ro, Ilfshnp Estate
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