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nOSOLCLC! STAR-BDIiLfiTIX; FRIDAY, ATTOrST 1, 1313. la - -- i V .a a a mm nut maf- LET H. ALLEN EDITOR ::iday AUGUST i, 101a iro is 4he happiest of mm? He who values " vicrits Of 1 others, and in their: plea x are t a Lex J, even as though 'twere hi own. Goethe. DECEKCr, AT LEAST Honolulu may at leant demand dec ency in its atrlcal fliiiiiseiiients. That much it is unite ojkt' to reijuirt of local vaudeville houses ami Unfortunately, the playgoers, of Honolulu ve no official protection. There is no legally .ranized loard of censors, and the informal .isorahip now maintained is conspicuous iely by its lack of systematic work. The Star .lletin has previously called attention to the 1 for a .censorship of ..Home kind,' for repeated tances have occurred on the local stage where (e has been '-violated by coarseness or suggest ness that had not even the possible redeeming lure of wit '.'':rf: The board of supervisors, it has been held by puty cjty and county attorney, has the right i i i ' . : i ' . . ... . ' le taking the public into his confidence, by per-J suasion if possible, and if not by jiersuasioii then by force.' s :r . The Progresshe dollar dinner will therefore I Kvb Mked forward to for a "keynote" speeeli by one of the local Moose. What are their plns? What have they to offer?, They are able to find plenty of fault; are they able to slight con crete lemedies? The party that wins in Hawaii in the new po litical era' is not going to wjn on a name, nor is it going to win on a glorious past. It is, going to win lecause of service to the people. The polit ical party that wins in Hawaii must be the in strument of the people- not the master. It must furnish the machinery to carry forward public work, welfare work. , . , .The party that is able first to win the confi dence of the people on a definite program, an in telligent' program, of work in Hawaii, is the par ty that deserves and will win success. ' THEO F. LANSINO of Honolulu is registered at the Bellevue. H. M. HEPBURN of Honolulu is registered at the Bellevue, San Francisco. S. S. HARTMAN of Honolulu is registered at the Bellevue, San Fran cisco. : . : CHARLES 'O. BARTLETT i3 a San Francisco visitor, registered at the St. Fraacisc. BOB SMALL It is an even bet that after a few more seances that end in the death of a few more Americans Huerta may force this government to recognize him in a way that will leave him unrecognizable by any government. B-F CLIN E: You bet this is a different climate from what we have on the coast, but if it makes you tired of living just you go to California and shout "Banzai" a couple of times. Be sides Charley Rose has . been over worked lately with inquests. GOODAlE MOIRof HIIo. i3 a San Francisco . visitor, registered at the( Stewart hotel . The Honolulu Ad Club has done a good piece of work for the whole territory in arranging the Hiltf excursion for August 10. Not only will a ordinance to t occurrences here would seem to call for the' nity to "See Hawaii First'' but inter-island tours rci'se of that right ! ' c (as a whole should be stimulated. And the civic convention that is to lie luld here hi September should Ik well advertised i n tour. MRS. WILLIAM McCLUSKEY. of Hikv is registered at the Stewart in San Francisco. FRED W. MTLVERTON, former as sistant city attorney, is at the Hotel Sutter, San Francisco? -:. '; W. A. LANSING: A photograph of the windows of Jordan's, EhlersV Whitney & . Marsh's or Sachs' big dry' goods emporiums forwarded to Life'l would have had much more effect tharr a letter protest, and besides Mr. Stt George could have kept his name out of the papers. , MR. AND MRS. C. M. LINDSAY WATSON Of - II Ho -arq guests at the Bellevue, San Francisco. F. M. HOLLISTER: You may have no difficulty in making people believe that the ea'rtn revolves around the sun, "but in this present stretch of "summer weather" you will, have a job convincing malihinis and old-timer that the sun is farther from the earth in summer than in winter. J. MALCOLM THOMPSON, of Li- 1 - . I I 1 .. . .1 . lL . O k art hotel, San Francisco. . ' ' DR. JV S. B. PRATT has gone to Waialua today on a trip of Inspection. He Is expected to eturn this evening. Q LE RITE C. WATSON, member of the faculty of the Hilo boarding schiioi for boys, was a recent visitor in Pdr terville, Cal. IIR. VATSON AND THE BEKCfi News that; is not lcal news cornea ' from Iiiugton to Ihe effeeVtat J3.-Ii .Watson is ticnedfor a placo on tlie' Territorial tench. The opposition to the request for an addel ap propriationor the Tealii Home is entirely too much in the dark. iThe health committee, of th4 supervisors owe it to the public to speak-4ntf RUDOLPH HEYDENREICH of Ho nolulu is a guest at the St. Francis, an Frsncfs'co. He is accompanied by Mrs. If. ydtnrf ich. MR. I. EE MORRIS, accompanied by her daughter. Miss Betty, are mak ing a short stay in San Francisco and are guests at the Bellevue, H. M. HOLBROW: I am glad that somebody has the backbone, to speak right out In tneetin about the coarse and at times 'very near vulgar trash that was Incorporated hi one of the acts at the BUqu the other night About so often something of that na ture Is tried to be put over on the Honolulu public, but they find that these are not the times of Capt Cook, cr in other words we are not such big fools as we look. The manager is not blamed for the first performance of a vulgar act but he certainly is most emphatically held so if he. lets the second performance of the same act go on. r;.:. : . .; i !ace where manv of his iriends.woulA like! Him is in the surme'behchtne terni of! tVMj. to . what : thh opposition is. PoswiblyJ f.f theaSRoeiate justices luvi pg eired. Wat- rounWd? at ,eat le protect should v as mentioned for a! iusticeshin eren before: l Wikle entirely in the Open. talk Of lifting the America cup, Dncle Sam's sturdy fcoiw get busy and annex the internation al polo tiiphy and the Davis tennis cup. cut to Washington as a candidate fof the : norship. Many of liis supporters felt that! Jst as soon as Sir; Thomas Lipton logins to nuld.have sought the bench rather this the .live chair. ' ... v ; .ee the appointment offlnkham as, g!V: , the talk t Watson forihe suDreme lench vn renewed and it iimibalile' that hisivv ni7ftnV ideas on currency reform may be :s in Washington are beginning to make a 'Bufw v irum iue tact iuai. ne iinus;tA-,wu fer tile judiciair noniinatTonhen insufficient and gwr lecturing to lies further proof that lcri neither 'well l nor stroni: ronosition here to Piukham itiontliat Js, of the kind'tliat comeslnto lhake up the deficit. V We r.wili never: wnrthder Adrianople, say 't j the Turku. That was what they said before . garia chased, them out four or five months '.T IS THE CULL V.Cll FRCjRAII ? ; waii' Pngressives announce a dollardin : next Tuesday night" ; . v ;')'.' to be hoped that thej" will ahso announce, Bul-ago. . . Battle rejiorts - from Peking, Canton and Shanghai indicate that Bryan' famous "I'tters to a Chinese Official? have been translated. . A if :n il ? f v" .. ' uiimer, u consirucu(e Iicyjis tnejr aim bathing-suit lias been lifted during this spell of ;wurirffn. politics. : V ip the.present hot weather ; ' l ull iibOSerS, here hnvii livino; np Yn .- : '' 'K one speaker last year "sajd.of their chief l( this ortagf in sugar dividends keeps up, c tenstic nationally, nim-ty-nine per cent jthe j jle ri(.h will mon le aH extinct a tvpe as the ..;;u uu jR-r irui i urv uuvt cumiii- j (Jodo ; ) talk of the "Chicago steal," to fight the of Armageddon oyer and over again, to de j KepublicahisnC But- they Imve. done locally to justify their exlsteniti -; : : ''regressive party nas a reason rorits na-j Qen. Diaz appears to be an.ambassador extra i 'once ana tiiere' is strengtn in: tie(0rinnary anu ,uiUister involuntarv to Japan in cut. .uei inere oe no misiaKe aooui iuai, lands for something- vital, something con live, in its vigorous policy oPrigbting in itial and social wrong. i Its brief history has - , ' 4 i ml Col. Mulhail's revelations will doubtless lie put in historical novel form during the summer. : onty of reason f or-the Progressives to be en iastic over their national rause. . '.ocally the Bull foorsjjn a jtsir of exist have failed to live up to the, term "progre ; : In part this is due to their lack of num ;; in part it is due to their-lack of orgahiza But even one BulUMo, if he is a! true aver of Theodore Kooseveltught to have a ' ol or two of ideas m local; jiolitics and af If he is really Booseveltian, he ought tei Those tiondon suffragettes seem.' to have no compassion on the police of that city at all. IJovernor Frear's disapirauce need alarm no one. He is hunting a cool spot. " Looks like two Wilsons should be able to set tle 'the Mexican troubles. ' Life these? days seems to le one revolution aft er another. , Castro is making a striking effort to "come back". POSTER BE CHOSEN THIS P. I re than twenty handsome : de- - for the 1914 FloVal ' Parade" and Winter Carnival poster, the work cal and mainland artista, will be vered In heymoms" f th&icham cf corumerre at ixalf-past .three c k this af tLn(ym,i and MJx pos- - that the members o die promoi which ody - meets o that tfm- mar reach some ) ioa as to wt5i design shall bej n to advertise' throughout the j 1 Hawaii's next annual pageant.. competitive - contest ylosed at "iir- irat ovpn in e i and s all that the promotion organitations to select the design : which they think will be the most sui Table. The names of those submitting designs Include sev eral, well-known local artists, a well as one or two from the mainland. The poster for next year promises to be something entirely different from the ordinary run of the familiar surf Jbuard rider which has, for the past several years, graced the floral pa, hide lithographs. Canoe riders prom ise to be In vogue this year, as this was the suggestion of the comtolttee In announcing the rules of the con test The designs will Le on dfcnlnv this afternoon for the - members of ihe promotion committee only. . A real eptate transaction involving between $6,000,000 and IT.ilOO.ONOO took place when the Urnry Phipps estates purchased tlw northwest corner of 47th street and Fifth avenue. New I York for c"h. property In Pittsburg ' and other New Vcrk real estate. j - . m.- m ' . I When ittdonbt. ro to Hilo and cool, The lowest figure on the contract for constructing the homestead road at Twenty-nine Mile. along the Kltauea road. Hawaii, w,a& submitted ;o the public works department yes terday by C. E. Wright, manager of the Volcano StaLies & Transportation Company. He agrees to build the pection. 12'JO feet long. In 110 days, for $0C97.35. Kred H. Iiayseldeo and B. Harpley offered to do the work for $10,114.50, in the same length of time. As it is not known wheiher sufficient money is available from the public land3 fund for the work, the contract has not yet been awarded. D. A. WALKER Is at the Bellevue. Mr. Walker Is going to spend the sum mer in visiting the different points of interest in and around San Francisco. MR. AND : MR3. A. I)B BRETTE V1LLE, accompanied by Miss M. de BrtettevUle, are visUtmf ln San Fran cisco, being guests at the Hotel Stew art TOM CUNN will leave for Hilo to morrow, where he will deliver a lecture before a Chinese' organization, returning to Honolulu ' within a few days, v v'v. v-.;: A. pE BRETTEVILL& of Honolulu. U company with Mrs.rBefBrettevIlle and Mias M. De Brett'evfUe; arrived) in San Francisco ' July r25,:uandt: Is lfeg istred at the Stewart 'Hotel. ' 1 ' STliLEK FRUIT ADAGE FAILS TO V FIT A LAUNCH (Continued from page one) W. P. FILMER, grttnd master of the California Grand; Lodge,' "F.; & -A. M., In company with the members of his party, returned to 'San, Francisco July 23, after a-week's visit in Hono lulu.' ' '"'! ; .: : '' ' r . ; ' REV. O. SATC,' a prominent Budd hist minister of Tokto,r,Japan, arrived in Honolulu In the Shfhyo Maru this mornlngi andir will 'tpend & several months in the islands inspecting the local Buddhist mission ' work. . THOMAS, F. v SEDGWICK will speak ' In Cooke Hall, ' Young Men's Christian Association building, next Thursday evening upon the subject, "Life in 'Peru. This ' will be the eighth of the series of Thursday night' lectures ' how being conducted by the association. CHARLES F. LOOMIS, secretary of the toys Vork department of the Young Men's Christian Association, celebrated the Ursi anniversary of his wedding at ( his ' homelyn Wanoa Val ley last evening.1 ' The Missouri dele gation at ' the' Y" ' were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loomis at dinner. R. M. CLUTTERBtCK, who for some months past' hatf j been identified with th.e Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Company: in the capacity of steno grapher, Is departing for an extended tour of the Far East the Japanese liner, Tenyo Maru. Mr. Clutterbuck nay decide to make his future home in the Philippines. W. Pi POTTER, chief justice of the supreme court or Pennsylvania, is at present a visitor In Portland Oregon, where a . number of "social functions are being given in his honor. It Is reported that Judge Potter Is on an extended vacation and contemplates a visit to Honolulu ' before returnins lo the keystone state. A lieutenant of the New York na tional guard, after three years' work, has discovered trotol, an explosive equal, to the "80 per cent dynamite." It is ithe safest high-power explosive yet discovered. uy ou think you're doin? Guiding a one-eyed ;. carabao? Keep her head up!" The grizzled Hallorans caught the idea and bowed their broad backs and, proved their qualities as triple A. B.'s. Around the "E; P.M . swung. She -became aY nautical plnwheel "Nigger Chasers' as gyrators were distanced and discounted. Another tug tbe 'tent guys masquerading as tiller ropes and the steersman had headed the doomed ship into the great mare terrtblllorum just P. D. N. of the Hau Tree whirlpool that now lift ed its ' angry .' beak as if to strike. "Whoa!" murmured v the now j thor oughly calmed ; skipper, as - hev lay athwart the craft with about a foot and a" half of anatomy projecting over each-side of her bulwarks.' (From this position he could "scotch" her with his feet or back ) pedal with hands a : worthy plan.) The crew caught the fierce word of - command and . Btood up as one man as the shouted "The harness is all? tangled up. Shall we cut the breeching T '1 oo soon came ; the result Bing! titmp! : A long shiver threaded its way along the brown captain's some what extended columnar develop ment Uttering that cry now so well known by constant use of "I told you so!" the captain manned the wire less lantern and colling up his body at the third or fourth pedal articula tion, so tnat the bright flash of bis impromptu Marconi would not be mis taken for a falling star or mayhap a i.xed star "slightly wobbly tonight he rushed me wild call of . 8. O. S. out on the wings of the howling zephyrs. Again the hissing lantern spoke No answer. "My bunkle," said the now thoroughly quiescent master mariner, You must swim ashore with a line!" "Well, supooee I appear in Honolulu out of uniform at this lime of nisbt, where do I get off?" asktd t!.e ro bustioils but docile-crew. "Get off at some side street," was the diplomatic answer. Up spoke tr.ea the gallcut crew : 'I'll do this, oh Captain, anil if I don't make it you may have my puttees as wrist protectors." Drop ping his raiment down to the racing etioke limit, and placing the entire stock of life preservers aboard ship on his person as necklaces, tarpras. festoons and auting-antings, Halloran splashed over the off side.' ilis de parture was entirely obturated from view by the concentric disturbances caused by the skipper's calls of '"Help" and parting "remonstrances to "Look out for the provost guard." Our secondary hero had no FoontT Lit the saline than he stuck his fM n....tii Social Stationery 'Custom is rightly rigid In ;', prescribing correspondence . forms and sticking to them." ' .... - h m MYT: Often a ftter or a note is the on1i): means ice have of "sizing up a person aren't tve prejmlieeil for or against hi the -jHiper used f . There arc right 1 if . certain styles and shapes of pfi per, envelopes and i-orrcspon-ulenee cants for the various social writ ingsand the. most careful correspond ent? irilliind exactly what theij need and desire, in our Stationery Department In White, or Correct Tints. Some Correspondence Cards Gold-etletl." mi down to their full spread In' order to pet In one . supreme effort at the jump. Again disaster and direful dev iltry downed him. He was stuck In the sand! And Just then the search light from Ruger flashed on the wreck arid twenty of Major Timber lake's men-' came wading, out to the rescue and the "human semaphore" and "Happy" Halloran . were indeed safe. Obi, Joy and gin-fizzes! The launch was Teturne4 Friday by hand. : r ,S-; .',: j : The' fourth week of the boys' sum mer school at the Young Men's Chris tian Association ends today. "The school now has an enrollment of 22 students and. the average dally atten dance has been 35, which . shows that the wore Is . by no means unattrac tive to the boys. The employment of male teachers has been one of the fea tures of the session. The work Is under the supervision of Charles F. Loomis and Rowland M. Cross. Protect Your Family They're Yorlh It Take stock of the probable assets, your family will : have If you 'should suddenly die. - Are your possessions enough to adequately take care of them? -y f-A lrjrr -:' '--ify ':: '-. In the case of mosi men, theyire not But a policy In the Mutual Life Insurance Co. will be av.very-tangible asset In the event" of un; expected death. 7 :('). - (". 'X-- : o ' Se? :; Gt ,Ltd LA3HES, Let u eonveri your Watch Into ffie of those beautiful, attractive ' txtenslon. brace)ta Werkmanthip of the be6t'-' -( ? Vieisa Jewelry Co., Itcl, Popular Jewelers. 113 Hotel St. WHEN T0U WANT REAL Freeh . Cradles: BUY LOVE'S BAKERY CRACKERS. FOR RENT Panahea 4 bedrooms furnished. Tantalus 3 bedrooms furnished. .MRS. LOUIS DAVIS, wife of th local architect, who haa been v.isit inc with her sister, Mrs. Horatio Bdnestell. In San Francisco, will spend August in Southern California, divid ing her time between the Santa Cruz mountains and Los Angeles. Mrs. Da vis expects to tour the Yoseniite Val ley before returning to Honolulu. off. .Don't soiind y it but ' 1 fact; Mrhejor qu.-.rtprs may be rx. hang- go nd;try-it Advertlgement lea for belter l.ahcs. FOR SALE DESIRABLE BUILDING SITE near the residence of F. M. SWANZY. This property ha a frontage of L'77.0 feet on the Manoa Road oversowing the Punahou athletic field.. Area 3.162 acres. Guardian Trust Co., Ltd., Second floor Bank of Hawaii BulMlnf Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., RealiEsMe ;for$Sale Two choice lots in College Hills on Oabu Ave. Will sell as a whole or singly. Two-story House and Lot 90x135, Maklkl District .-..$6500 House and lot Kalihi. House and Lot Upper Fort St 2200 1500 For Rent Furnished house, Manoa Valley, for one year period.. 60 Henry Watcrhouse Trust Co. Limited, bokncr rorr and merchant btrecti V . i i A - h ' :0. a :: : 'r i -' .0: 5 i ,:t-V. 0 ; ... - - .. . '.