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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ,H, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 10J1. ( :.V Ili f ' fc. r. '., & - p.- w ' I V. .Evening Bulletin DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii. Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED in the Territory of Hawaii. Wau.aci: R. Farrington, - Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. UVIIiSINO tlUI.L.UTIN WUBKLV UUl-UIITIN rn Mrmth, anrwliete In 0.3 .7n r 5l MontA. 0 ,ao I'rr (Jiniut. anywhti. In U.S .... J.im rtr Vtaf, inywheic lu U.S I.ihi r Yrar, anrllelnl).3 M.oo Ptt Year, inywhfr. n Canada. I.Ko rt Vmi. ol'ul, lottljn I3.IMJ Pel Vtir ttpa!d, (oulun. 3.m "Tpa i auditorial Rooms, B wi.BusIness Office, FRIDAY The world would be better and brighter if people were taught the duty of beina; happy as well as the happiness of doing their duty. To be happy ourselves is a most effectual contribution to the happiness of others. Sir John Lubbock. THAT FlYlTcENrPETlTION. ! No doubt the Site Shifters have every reason to claim that theirs is a perfectly good petition. Have they not paid five cents a name for what is claimed to be a list of two thousand names. ' Such a free and untrammeled expression of the voice of. the people has not been sprung on the unsuspecting public since the clays of the struggle to fool Congress into accept ing petitions as a fair expression of the people on the liquor traffic in the islands. Yards and yards of petitions were signed probably at a lower figure than five cents a name and then were sub mitted as proof that the people wanted Prohibition. But when it came to a show-down, the petitions were proved to be not worth the paper they were written on. Arc we to believe that the Site Shifters think Congress can be flimflammed. ' We hac not the slightest doubt that Congress and .tnc Departments in Washington can dee the five-cent holes in tms last petition jusi as won us .Nuuanu Vnllcj la regaining Its lost position IT getting all tllO ROOd tilings that fall from tliu lilp ot tlio hpi;rn- prlatiug authorities. j Diaz Is talking peace since In tent lied through u call for volunteers !hat all who eared for that sort of hlng hud taken service with the other slilo. i - ' ' ' ' , ' j Missouri having? landed tlio Speak ership Ik now prepared to offer Its Governor lladley ns u Ui'imhlican candidate for President. It pays to udvertlse. Director Wall made n very sensible decision. The 1912 Floral Parade will be well managed and the habit of helping should be cultivated early in the season. No objection has been raised to the appointment of Attorney Monsarrnt other than Us being an awful sur prise. He had been forgotten In tlio 'contemplation of the long list of per manent applicants. " Senator LnKollctto by a speech de livered In tlio Seatc tlio other day es tablished the fact that ho will bo n Presidential candldntn In 1U12. It Is now merely n matter ot when ho will nnnoun.ee his plans. Having mado elaborate plans for liiinncliiR tho projects mapped out by ttho legislature, It Is also to bo pre sumed that tho Governor has mado up his mind to succeed himself, un- , less tho Dologato Interferes. Wouldn't It bo worth millions to Ho nolulu If a tourist could go homo f lorn this placo and report, "I havo been In Honolulu for six weeks and In all that tlmo didn't sco or hear mosquito," They havo dnno It In Pan ama, why not Honolulu. One paper remarks that tho great Guildhall meeting which cheered Taft's arbitration scheme, was mado up of the people rather than tho nrls tocrlsy. Aren't wo told that tho people rule In England, so what does It mat ter If (ho arlslocrlsy was bored. Mayor Harrison of Chicago has Martini a row by asking tho members or tho medical fraternity to assist him ln naming tho commissioner of health. Professional ethics apparent ly don't work to such good effect In Chicago politics as when applied to problems of malpractice Chicago University 1ms been sued for 110,000, being charged with an at tempt to ruin tho character of a lady' student, ns n result jit tho peculiar disappearance ' of some costly nlgrettes. As It nil started from tho hoarding house, tlio University might sorlously consider tho advisability ot mmimmkmm.. -t ,'V - 2185 - 2256 Mnterrd tt lb Poitofbi x llonoiutu u ffecontl-rlau matter t MAY 5, 1911 tnc uuuuit; ui nunuimu. lnnklng un Investigation of tho board ing house ns the center ot nil Iron bloi . Pressure brought to bear upon the Ways and Means Coinuilttco to first lower the sugar tariff, Undoubtedly comes front tlio rcprcscntntlves''of ev ery other protected Industry on tlio list. They want Congress to experi ment with tlio product that yields tlio largest amount of revenue. No man enn cstlmato tho financial value to Honolulu ot u reputation ns tho cleanest, healthiest and most mo squltoleas city bordering on tho Pa clllc. Tliut will mako It n "whlto ninn's country" mbro rapidly than homesteaders that don't homestead and numerous theories that won't work. According to a story In tho morn ing paper, Undo Sam Is standing In tho way of Honolulu harbor exten sion. Why should Uncle Sam bo mado tho goat, when tho Legislature voted to placo the harbor manage ment of tho Territory under tho con trol of a special commission In pref erence to tho present system. If you think thcro Is no reason for every Honolulu citizen taking n per sonal Interest In n general clean-up of tho town, look over tho passenger list of tho steamers coming In from tho Coast, and bear In mind that two months ago every steamer was hooked nearly full many trips nhead. A more profitable business could hardly bo Imagined than keeping this town free from quarantine. HARBOR COMMISSIONERS, This morning's paper publishes n more or less elaborate statement, pur porting to como from tho Public Works office, of what tho Government Intends to do with tho wharves and landings ot Honolulu and tho Terri tory. Intentions of the Government are mosf always elaborate theso days. Jlut In this connection It would ap pear that olthor tho Government or tho' Dopnrtiuont of Public Works had not sjopped to consider uf least ono of tho nets ot tho Inst Legislature. Tho Legislature passed u law pro viding for u Harbor Commission. If memory serves correctly, tho attor noy speaking for tho business bodies mado tho assertion that this commis sion was wanted bocattso tho business men did not havo unalloyed confidence In tho management of tho wharf and lauding system by tho Department ot Public Works. Is It the Intention ot the Territorial officials lo proceed, In spite of legis lative action, without n thought for the Hoard of Harbor Commissioners created by tho Loglsluturo? J. m. ' ..''"&' m4c&tt& IT PAY TO OWN A HOME1 ' On Anapunl street It a modern five room bungalow t For Sale Property la In beat condition, Is at tractive and artistic. Grounds are planted with tropical planta, treea and shrubs. PRICE $5000 Trent Trust Co., Ltd. (Itrnlty Auction' Co., I.tu.j WK have FOR RUNT three furnished houses in Makiki, Pensacola and Nuuanu Dis tricts, for from three to six months. These are choice residences and 'till be rented at a reasonable figure to anyone who will take good care of the property. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. BETHEL STREET The Office of tho Wireless Is open on Sunday mornings frpm eight until ten, and on other days from seven a. m. to five-thirty p. m. (Continued from Page 1) tho remarks mado by .ludgo Kings bury In his Instructions. "Whatever might bo said In favor of some of tho matters mentioned hv tho court In tho Instruction now be fore use or however appropriate n consideration of the metier Involved In them by tho legislature might he, a discussion of such matters Is en tirely out of pluco In u court of Jus tice. They havo no application to trial by Jury under our present sys tem of proce'duro. Instructions- of tho chnractor In question aro not only erroneous hut they tend to .contuse, and mislead tho Jury." -ai Airs. Gertrude IT. ItorrlKan, tl years old. niece of .lumen J. Hill, was grant ed u dlviiico from William J. Horrl- g.in, preddent of tho Northwestern lco iiml lui'l Company, at St, Paul. Waterhouse Trust Real Estate for Rent Furnished k Kour bedrooms, Klnati lit $05.00 Three bedrooms, liulmukl 00.00 Two bedrooms, Kuhala 25.00 ' i. Two bedrooms, I'alulu 20.00 Unfurnished ' ' Thicu bedrooms, IMIulo 20.00 FOR SALE. An attractive properly in tho Puliation district (5000.00 lliingalow and half ncro of bind In Manua Valley, desirable locution (1000.00 Waterhouse Trust FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H. 1 T j3ki,AJ -" -"', 'jy- 'V". ", . i.'ji' , .i . v 4,. ,' M . 0 lyrJMl. Y.'lllMlflT ""flP ,...'." Gift Booklets and Cards SURREY'S, IOCS Fort Street If you wish to send vour mainland friends half-a-Vozen CHOICE PINE APPLES or a bunch of DANANA8, just leave an order with ISLAND FRUIT CO, 72 King Street (With Wells, l'nrgo Express Co.) WALL TO DIRECT FLORAL PARADE Arthur V. Wall, director of tlio 19U Floral Parade, was iiained ns director of tlio Floral Parade ot 1012 at n meeting of tho Hawaii Promotion Coinuilttco held yesterday afternoon. Ills uppolntment was determined be forehand when Mr. Wall gavo his con- J sent to tho request of tlio committee that ho servo ugaln. His excellent record this' year was the only nrgu nicut needed In his 'favor. In taking tho position, Mr. Wall Is relieved of llnancial responsibility. U to this tlmo, (tin floral parade director lias had to appoint a llnanco commit too and largely direct tho financing ot tlio parade, .now the Promotion Com mittee promises to look after that end or It. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE K.lllor KvonlJiR II it 1 1 o t I'll: On Sunday, April 23. when at Knl miikl with my six collies, Itesslo, my lady dog, hecanio frightened and ran nwuy. Thinking each day tlmt sho would return, it was not until yes B von lug Ilttl lot In the follow ing ml: LOST. From Knlmukl, April 29, collie hitch. Kinder tclopltono 1022 for reward and thanks. Ono Insertion did tho business. Ucsslo evidently vends the "II ill I o 1 1 n" us sho wan homo bright anil early this morning. Truly yours, L. C. AI1LICS. May I. 1911. Mr. Abies ulso states that his hens picfor corn feed that Is ndvcrllBcd lu tho II u I lot I n. Ulauk books of all sorts, lodgers, etc., manufactured by the Uullctln Publishing Company. Corsets! Corsets! Corsets! Honolulu's Leading Store for Corsets We carry and arc the Agents for the best Corsets America produces The Celebrated p ,- a. " Madame Irene" This famous corset requires no boosting; all the best stores in America carry it as a leader. "ONCE WORN ALWAYS WORN. We sell at same prices as charged in Madame Irene's Parlors on 5th A,venue, New York, viz: $5,$.?.50, $10.50, $12.50 & $15 In Popular Prices We have what" we consider the two best makes in Every Shape for All Figures, viz: G-D JUSTRITE and the well known "AMERICAN BEAUTY" at $1.00 to $3.50 JORDAN'S SHOULD PLANT OTHER SPEE1ES Forester Curran of Philippines Has Examined Forests of Maui. Kurester Curran. who stopped over it re on his way lo tho Philippines to Join tho Iliirenti of Forestry In tlio Is lands, has stated that tlio reason for the dying out of the forests on Maul aro the clearings and plpo lines now to bo found In tho primeval forest areas. Ijist week Mr. Curran. In company with Governor Krcur nnd Territorial Forester llosmer, went over to Mnul and mndo an extenslvo trip through tho forests, snd bis opinion Is the result of this trip to the Valley Isle. To counteract this tedency to death of tho forests of tho Island, Mr. Cur ran recommends tlio plnntlng ot other forest trees to replace tho present spe clcu, and it is probable that eucalyptus will bo planted for wind-breaks nnd Japanese pines also. Tho clearing out of tho forest and tho pipe lines mado chutes through which the wind blew at considerable speed, and this wind dried out tho moisture which had before kept tho forest nllvo. In the iiiilnvnded forest there was n dense growth near Hie ground which kept In tho moisture, and with tho opening of tho forest this growth dls appeared, making tho soli dry. Mr. Curran will leave for Manila on tlin transport Crook, which will bo In rHoiiolulii next week IS F. T .P. Waterhouse Returns With Good News From Plantations. "With tlio best of news for stock holders In Paining and TanJong Olok i libber plantations, Kred T. P. Water house returned this morning on the Jnpiineso liner Chlyu Mam from an extended trip to tho Malaysian penin sula. In the course of his trip ho mado it thorough Investigation Into tho rubbor Industry and spent most of his tlmo on tho plantations with which the Wntcrhnuso interests me Identified. Mr. Wntcrhouso says that tho rub ber Is looking lino nnd prophesies n splendid yield. Ilu conllrniB tho good reports that havo reached Hawaii about tho chanco of the Invostnrs mak ing money out of the Malay rubbor plantations. Ho brought hack with him u largo amount of data, which will ho submitted ut tho annual meet ings ot the plantations, which aro to bo hold soon. 1 Intel Drltol, n largo establishment belonging to mi Kiigllsh compnii) and a fashionable hostelry for American attaj Kiigllsh guests. In tho Alps Murltlmos, was destroyed by flro.- THREE DEATHS ON THE LOGAN 'Troopship Arrived Late and Sailed for San Francisco Before Daylight. Tho small daughter of Captain Chns. 11 Kllbouriie, Coast Artillery Corps, died on tho Logan between Napisakl nnd Honolulu, this being tho second death on the troopship since leaving Manila, Major C!corge,E. Plekett, pay department,, passing ttwuy soon after tho ship left Manila. There was still nnother casualty on board tho transport beforo arriving here, n marine named James Kelly dis appearing tho night after the ship anil cd from Nagasaki, but it Is not known whether ho accidentally fell overboard or committed suicide by Jumping Into tho waters ot tho Pacific. There were no regular troops on the transport, which arrived nt B Inst even ing und sailed for San Krnnclsco nt 4 o'clock this morning, casuals and gov ernment employes going on lenvo mak ing up tho contingent on board. Uist evening n danco was given nt tlio Young In honor of tho ofllcers ami others on hoard tho vessel, and most of tho military department were pres ent. llrlgadlcr-Genernl Daniel II, Brush Is returning to the mainland for duty. nfter serving his detail In command nt tho Department of tho Vlsnyas, nnd Colonel James A. irons ot tho 20th In fantry Is going homo on sick leave Colonel Irons was met at the trans port be Mnjor Svilllam l. Ilurnhnm, SOth InTnntry, stationed nt Kort Shaf ter In command of tho battalion of the regiment there. J.tetit.-Col. Theodore P. Kane, Ma rino Corps, Is nnother olllccr on tho Logan returning to tlio States on ac count ot UI health. DR. G00DFELL0W IS TO PRACTICE HERE Dr. Ford Goodfellow, osteopath, has opened olllces ut CO-6) Young building and today announces tho beginning of practlco hero. Dr. Uoodfellow has boon inactloiiiK on Kauai for about a year and n hnlf nnd has Just returned. Ho la a graduate of the Ixis Angeles Collego of Osteopathy und ciimo to Honolulu originally for n six months' visit, but liked It so well that no de cided to remain, j- i . M. Klohukowskl, govcrnor-gcnoral of Indo-Chinn, arrived nt Marsolllo on March 11 whero ho was liannuotr-il by tho Marseille Colonial Press, Ho emtio homo to report on tho situation of tho colony, und particularly to deal with tho quostfou of tho Iiido-Chlncso loan of 100.000.000 francs ($10,300, 000), for tho construction of works, canals, comniiiiiicntlons. etc. Trustworthy authorities reckon the coal fields in China as equal In valuo to nil tho other coal llehls of the world combined, but so far they nro practi cally lying Idle. One province, Hiinnn, has 21.700 miles ot solid coal, nnthrn rlte mid bituminous Joseph Italmo, an liallnn police man, was shot and killed when he was patrolling his bent In tho Italian district at Kansas City, Mo. 0. P. Reed & Co.'s Low Shoes $3.50 $5.00 Tlio Call of tho Season Tho dalntlly-clad fout trlm, neat, stylish Is tho otiteoino of carefully-selected' shoes. . OUR NEW SPRING SHOWING Includes tho most fnshlon nblo effects. In nil nrrny ot leathers, styles and shapes Hint nro not only varied, but Include everything that the stylo Judgo approves. As usual, this storo will bo tho center of Kootwear Style iinilMiolh men and women will find this shop tho most satisfactory placo nt which to select their Spring Low Shoes Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd. Open Saturday Evenings Be Youi; Owp Milk Inspector Call lit tlio Honolulu nlry men's Association, JLtd., p,n Sher idan street; between "10!'and 11 o'clock niiymornhig, und.sehow milk Is handled by electrjqtreut meiit and sanltnry methods, to bo placed with tho consumer's so it will bo absolutely puro und free from germ llfo and bacteria. Phon. 3128 BANZAI SHOE STOPE SHOES Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu HONOLULU, H. T. THE Chas. R. Frazier Company rOTO ADVIETISIJU Phone 1371 122 King St. QUARTER SIZES at Regal Shoe Store, It's u great satisfaction to carry u watch that nlwuya gives correct tlmo. That Is why thcro uro over seventeen million Waltham Watches In uso. Tho owner of u Wal tham Wutch can always rely upon his wutch to get him thcro on tlmo. It's tlmo. you owned u Wul thiuii. Wo carry u complete tiluek of Walthaius. ('nine mill tall, with tin about watches. II. F. Wictiman & Co.. Ltd., - Leading Jewelers V ' ,x''K!S:XBi''iKftKKWrWKtKnBK!KtWKMKttmiAmiMin!BBHtr'