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"r mat EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1911. P'HHItWIIHjjj.'W tM. fc i f s .! iff Evening Bulletin DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea 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. Wai.lack R. Farrinoton, - Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. liVlitNIM) UUI.I.ItTIN tit Mtxitli !twhereii US . .. ,7fl Mm (Juiiter, triywhtf 'u US.... J.tK) In Vrar, Htivlie lnU.S H.no Per Wai, ,"nUid .mtitn . , I2.m TJ 1 Editorial Rooms, 1 v?I.Bu8lness Office, WEDNESDAY i love Irtilli for truth's mike N (lie irlnrlinl nirl if Inimiiii pcrfiilhin In IliK world, mill the Mulplul nf nil til her urine. I. nikc. Committing suicide wlicn beaten political!) seems iii bo n lialilt u tifoi - tllllUtcl) lOlllllied to Chilli! No olio lias not Ii oil nny rush of tourlKts to leave Iloiiiiliilu. Thoio Is Ho Rood IC'itKoit liy the) should. Heiuoiuber Unit no matter how hard tin- mosquito squads work, they need In-Ill In finding nut lliu spots whi'io tlm wilgglers bleed. The fact tlml tlm PueMllo cruiser licet is coming as originally plaimeil In good evidence tliat the n.iv) elep.iit iiicut has eonlldouce In Honolulu's i lean-up plans No possible liarni ami miiili good would (nine of plans now to Kite I lie men of the lleet a real well mile to Ho nolulu The) will lie uolioinoil by the business Inteiosts; why tint recipro cate! Superintendent Popc'H answers In the crttlclsniH lanncheil iiKalnst him by a Hawaii Supervisor are full ami ought to be H.tllsfaetory. Ho ran haul Ij be utilised of pl.i)lng favorites, an) way. That tin banana trios must go Is naturally enough a source of regret, but if our ronlldenco in those heading the nntl-niosiittn tight does not ex- tend lie) ond our own urds, wo might an well abandon Hoiioltilii to thu yel low fever. Uic.il Chinese ionliillotilsts may be pardoned for hesitating before they rolobrate, to niake sure that Poking is not going to be reenptured by tlio Imperialists Tew oonlllcts In history have been the can Re of so many I nu ll let III); reports as Hint of the Flowery Kingdom. An afternoon paper seems surprised to llnd nut that the Uian fund Coin mlssloii's plans are available to any one who asks fnr Information In a legitimate way. And jet tlio Coniinls filon lias always been found willing to lutiko public what could be made pub lic, as tlio paper might easily have loiiml out by n little fair Investigation GETTING RID OF GARBAGE. At least two methods of garbage disposal liiivo prmod effective in t)p Irnl American cities Incineration and reduction. In the Incinerating type nil kinds of refuse, nslies, paper, rags, scraps of food, kitchen waste, etc., me fed together Into ctematnrlos and burned. In European works of this typo tho bent Kmicrutod by the com bustion with n forced draught Is a bourre of considerable, revenue. One of tlio best examples of an Inciner ator plant In this country is (he Mil waukee Incinerator, which lias been In full npeiatlon since May, 111 10. At tho old Milwaukee plant the cost of disposal icachul as high ns $137 per ton nf garbage, while the cost at tho new plant Is loss tlinn CO cents per ton, If tlio oicoss supply of steam goiiorntotl nt tho plant Is economically EVENING "I hear that Kilter's daughter eloped with his chaulTeur." "Ves, nml llllter wired Ills forgive ness." "What did ho do that fnr?" "Ilo wild ho thought now thero might bo ii chalice for lilin to use his en r." "Ilnvv me you getting tilting in tho law buslnesH, old man?" "I have one client." "Is ho rich?" "Ilo was." . ; WIXWKI.V MUUI-ll'ItN Nr Sti Montas 9 ,n Tr Year, any whet e In U S I,h Pet Year anywhere n CantiJa I. no Pel Year pnatpa'd, lottijcn,,. ... 3,o 2185 - 2256 Sneered 11 Ihc Poitnfflce I Ilonnmln M tectmd-clasf matter NOVEMBER 8, 1911 utllli'il the nctunl cost will lm fur tin li' gicatly 1 educed I III caih.uie-rodiii'tloii umfeu ilm sorted gnlbago I lusseel IIiiiiiikIi vn tlntis dlgestors, tanks ami rollu piosses with a view to extracting the .il tiitlilt- portions, ospolnll) the fata ninl the nitrogenous matters Tin- Co lumbus, O , plant, put In operation In Inly. linn. Ih the first i eduction plant In this country designed ami cm. Klrmti'il liy a iiiiihklpillt) Siuei's fill I1iuiiicl.il iipi'iatlnn of IIiIh plant appears In llio fuel tint It netted $L'uOil a month for the Hist il months TEAM-WORKJVILL TELL. The II ul let In gives space today to a full explanation b) .John Wise of the utilisation that ho has refused to allow an inspei tor to enter Ills prem ises. The first published account or the matter Is evidently grossly dis torted, which Is not strange consid ering tho fart that the morning paper cherishes no feelings nf cordiality for Wise mid 8)8ti'iuntlcally singles him out for attack The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n lias no Intention of giving any support whatever to men who stand In the way of tho pres ent campaign. Kvcry ounce of weight this paper possesses Is behind tlio sanitation movement mid for tho pub lic Rood. At the sumo time, tlio Wise matter lends point to tho statement that the Inspectors must know tho regulations laid down by their super ior nlllcers In this light, or the coop eration desired from the citizens can not be full mid hearty. .Men who read dally that the banana Hoes arc the ones to suffer, read It on Dr. Carrie's author!!), cannot be expected to see oilier tioos iiithlessly rut down. As n whole, tho Inspectors seem to be doing splendid work, mid to base less protests no attention whatever need be paid. Hut the cooperation of tho citizens with tills big; movement Is going to depend very largely upon the Intelligence with which tho orders laid down by the head of the light me carried out. Ma)or Fein's sudden thango of float In the belt toad contract suit would be ridiculous If It vvoio not so clearly n move to discredit the Uiun Tumi Commission and to play Into the bands of L. U McCnndless, tliioiiRh Contractor Wilson, and thus advance McCandless's HcheiuoB for political strength among tho road-workerH Tern's new nttltndo does not Jlbo well with bis previous notions. As a mat ter of fact, Kern Is n member of tho commission merely because bo Is Mn)or of Honolulu, nml not becatiso of nny (iimllllcntlon for tho ulllco. Dr. Curile tolls u good story of tho time when ho was helping to clean up New Orleans. "Tho men had Instruc tions," ho lolls, "to pick up nil tho old cans, bottles, etc., and also to bo very particular not to leave any pools of water ly Iiik about. They vveio told that If the Inspei tors found any wat er about u bouse live minutes after SMILES somo day," said tho patiouUIng sportsman to n lad who was Hit owing Ills lino Into tho hiiiiio stieam. "Yes, sir," lie nnswered. "I s'pnse I will some dny, but b'llevn I'd rathor Htay small nml ketch n few fish." Young Hopeful Hither, what Is a traitor In politics? Veteran I'lilltlUnn A traitor Is a man vv bo leaves our parly mid goes over to the other one Young Hopeful Well, then, what Is a until who leaves his p.ilty nml ( nines over to voura? ON THE STREET j i they had left It that they would bu dismissed. "All went well until one of the men went Into n aid whole a big black 'mammy' was washltiR clothes In a tub full of hot water The innn nr Rued the point with her for some time nml then (hero started a chase around that tub, the man llrst with the woman after him At lust lie out iliiHscd tho old hid) nml over wont the tub of wiiler unci the t lollies on the ground The last seen of tho af fair wns Hie man making fur the fence with mammy chiming him with her wnshboard." WATER LICENSE MAY BE FOUGHT (Continued from Pcje 1) normal How of water In the stream at Waliiluilo, ntnl any attempt on the p.ul of the government to sell light" that will lessen that (low, will, ho de clines, be met with the most detei hiliied leslstnnro on his part. Tor fifteen )ears I have worked ioi these lights," be said Ibis morn ing, "mid 1 am not going to lose them now without a struggle. I claim tho normal How of water In tho sticnni. I have not examined the license .vet mi urn not picpmcd to say whether or not the rights granted there In fringe on my lights. However, UiIh thing will bo fought to a finish." Ho declined this morning that Ih" altitude of tlio Governor In saving )cstoidn) that McCandloss had not been considered in the course of ne gotiations, wns most unfair. "My lights nre to lm considered," ho said, "and lis a strange thing for (lovoinor l'leat to say at this time Hint I wns not rousldoivil. "As : inntter of fact, the Governor has no legal light to rIvcj a llroiiso for water rights. Tlioio Is no power In law for 111 in to do so. It Is tueiely u custom that has Kiowu up. Nor mis tho laud board nny right to be coining In nml tippiovlni; tho llcent.0. V (Continued from Page 1) ed by the riiutractiir It was n dupli cate of this crusher that was to be lo (lied to the successful eonlractor for the O ilm In It load. He found In tlio neoids of the public works otllie that Wilson had failed to tomplito bis Jul) for the outfall sewer nod that Ills pi ogress was so slow that when the specllled time expired cry little bad belli accomplished 1'iirtlier inure, bis uuthods were so manifestly Iuai1eiiiate fur the carrying out of the work that It wns taken uwny from hi m. rnllowliiR on the making of this re port llio answer stales that Dwlgbt said that be did not consider Wilson bad ability sunk lent to enny out the ron trait In iinestlnu nccorilliiK to speclll- I'lillnn. and that bis reason for so be lieving Wilson iinabln to do the work wns the fait that whllo ho, Dvvlght, wns ii supervisor Wilson had been mad supervisor, mid that be had found him to be an utisiitlsfaitory supet visor 'otlnwIiiK this tho commission ilecld- id that Wilson wns not the lowest re sponsible blddir Denial Is given to the alligation that It nrted fnr any nlli- ir nasoiis mid also that Wilson Hindu any ilcmnud for the contract to bo glvtn to him It Is nlso denied Hint Wilson, eltlnr personally or by Ids agent, either de manded, asked or Intimated a desire for having a hearing regarding bis re sponsibility or otlnrwlse, financially or otherwise A denial Is nlso Riven to the allegation that Adams reported to the (ommlsslon In favor nf the con tract bi Iiik awarded to Wilson. We Take Extraordinary Precautions to deliver pure milk to our patrons. Not only are our dairies maintained In a molt san itary condition, but the milk is all brought to our central station on Sheridan .treet and treated to our electric purifying process. The pure milk is fed from this machine Into absolute ly clean bottles and capped without bolng touched by hand. Honolulu Dairymen's Association Phone 1542 Homes 1. Kiillhl n-riiom home $1800 2. KnlmuM 1-rooin home . ...$1SM ft Knllbl .l-roo'ii homo $2200 1 l.uo Rt, r.-ronin home $2000 .". Paliimn n-rnnni home ...... $2200 n. I.uirilllo Ht. n-rooin home... $3200 ?. l'uiiiiul 0-rooui home $3900 1. Young St. (1-room liiimo. . . ,$4250. i I'llkol Ht. (i-niiiin bmne ....$6100 111 Kaplolaul Ht C-rooin hoinn.$5000 TRENT TRUST We Have Money to Loan on listed stocks or on Improved Real Estate. We buy and sell Slocks and Bonds, and make investments for others In opproved Trust Securi ties. wn sham, in? ri.nAsnu to TALK INVESTMENTS WITH YOU Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 924 Bethel Street THE WIRELESS Office is open, vtry night until eleven for the receipt of ships' messages. Oth er messages received on week days from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p, m., and on Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m. DON'T WORRY You can get money. Carry WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S TRAVELERS' CHECKS COLONEL PARKER RAISES MONEY ON PROPERTY According to n deed reconlod nt the buienu of eonvo)ances (Ills' morn ing the Henry Waterhousc Tiust Company have lent Colonel Ham I'm kor JUOon on his piopoity enclosed by King, Pllkol, Yciuiig nml Kconii mokii sticcts. Tlio unintiiit Is to bo paid hack by four promissory notes for Jionu each, payable at six, twelve, eighteen nml twenty-four months. Waterhouse Trust. Pearl Harbor Peninsula The Gibraltar of the Pacific SO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT We have for, salo a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of 250 feet, The lot Is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs. The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanai 40x40 feet, living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dinlngroom and pass-pantry, n semi-detached kitchen and two bath-rooms. A commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar ters in the same enclosure. Adjoining this there Is another large lot on which there are a large stable, a garage and servants' house) there is also a water lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water the whole comprising a most complete establishment. The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor age ground by the Navy Department. for Sale COMPANY, LTD. CYKO PAPER is tih: HKcitrrr ok oun SUPHUIOIt PltlNTINO GURREY'S WE DO IT CHEAPER AND BETTER Kodak Printing and Developing You can save money and get better work by coming' to us. Try it. Henry's Studio C7 HOTEL STREET Between Bethel and Fort FREE ARBOR DAY PLANTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED Thnt the approaching of Arbor Day Is iivvnited with u gieat deal of Inteicst by the school children Is ev liloiiceel by the fact that already a huge number of them are pieparlng to plant tieos la tho picmlsos of their parents. ltalph K. Ilnsmor, superintendent of tho Territorial government fotestry, stated this morning that there Is still oppoitunlty for tho public to secure fieo Arbor Day tiees nt tlio govern ment nuisoiy on King street. Mr, David .M. Iluughs, tho niiiserymaii, whoso elllcleiicy Is recognized by the public, will bo ready to dlstiibuto plants on Krlday, Nov ember 10. MARKET STALL KEEPERS MAY LOOK FOR SOMETHING TO DROP Declaring that some of the cltynnr kets lire jet far fioin being In n sat Isfnelnre eiimlllliin. Ill .1. T Wnvson. city mid couny physlchn. sounded n note of warnliiK ut the gathering of supci visors Inst evenlmr, nml further iiiinnuiicid that If the board would pass mi ordinance which Is hoped to cover a number of essential rules lo properly control it public market, us mi oillrlnl of the municipality Dr. Wiiysun would see that further nrrests wire miiile of orfcudirs against sanitation mid health. Outside of gent nil duties, Associated I'hvskl.ui Mcicmq mid Dr. Wnysou have Klvin special attention to snnltnry innttirs. the gcneinl mnrkils t nmlng under their supervision. Dr. Wnyson told tho board thntslnco the vegetable and frult-sireenlng ordi nance went Into effect It hn been foun-1 necessary to nrrest several stallkei p- ers lierore thy snw lit to comply, out ut the pieseut time nil ownirs ut the innrkits have enmo Into line "PERCY HUNTER What has become known ns llio 'Percy Hunter dinner" tint Is to bo given by llio Hauds-Aiouiid-the-l'nci-II c Cluli to tho Australian promotion man nml which was poslisnieil last mouth owing to t.oino mistake In tho ralilo Is to bo held nt tlio Unlveislty (.'lull tonight at six o'clock, business clothes the nilo, Oovoinor l'lonr will ptcslilo. A wireless was received jcslpielny afternoon by llio sectctary of llio club fioin Hunter accepting tho In- llatlon to bo present, Tho dinner is ti; ho n unlipie one ns leprescuta llves' from every country boideilng on the Pacific nre to be present, Tlirco-mlnulo "kokuas" will bo giv en by the following: .Tustinlln, It A. Ionian; Now Zealand, C. V Mawvell The South Seas, W. A. llr)nn: The Philippines, General M. M. Macomb; Asia. I.nrrln A. Andrcw .lapjn, S. Sheba; China, Win. Yap Kwal rong; The Noithucfct, C. A. Sliiutou: Cali fornia, (In) H. Tuttlo; l-'illn America, T !', Sedgwick; Ilavvnllaiis, .Miijor I'crn; Honolulu, W. II. Hongs. Nell Nollsen, former minister ol lauds or Now South Wales will also hpcak. MORE ROOM Ubw.AT"" ARMY HEADQUARTERS This is moving dny nt army lienil liiaiters. For some months the depart ment ofllces lnvo been too ctowded, rind nvv, through the rouitesy of Its tenant, nn extra lonin adjoining (ion oral Macomb's prlvnlo illlee, has been seemed. This makes a splendid suite or live cnnueriiug moms, as wen ni i.inged for light, ventilation, spare and convenience ns any depaitinnit lioailiiimtcis In thu country. Cencinl Mnromli has kept Ills old WANTS FOR SALE laitist modil visible Ueuilngton t)ie vvrlUr with "Hllte" t)pe t'si'd only half a iloen times Cost $10.1; will sell for JR'i cash, mid lunchlno will be fully glint inteed for ouo year by Olllce Supply Co. ("litis. It. l'ralcr, 1S2 King St, 5078-Ct LOST. .My blocle (White) wns left 111 front of some business house If Under Will deliver It to Hawaiian Hotel 'lo will bo financially rewarded W K SKsmllli. B07s-Ut ""EE"i Ladies' Misses' Girls' Clothing FOR THE WHOLE orr-FAMILY Liberal Installment Payments Beretania jfe FOrillfit IDr Wujson makes the oh irRe He unfortunately, without I'leeptlon, to stallki'epirs have not the faintest Men of cleanliness, mid the Intpeilni' u the employ of tho city mid count) -. i i nliiiost n stranger lo what pirl ih.u jllness takes In the handling of rem I stuffs. i Something Going lo Drop. I Dr Wn)son Intimated to the Ihi.ii el numbers that something was surelv ru ing to drop In llinltli nml Kiuilt.it Inn clicli's If Hie new order of things -ne not eairled out by the paid oillclals of the cllv The oily phvslclin advocates the plailng of Hie Inters) itlliff shots .In ilrst-class ronillllini, Imvlng In mind the proposed paving of tin; sheets bor dering on the flshmarket It Is the opinion that these streets should be ileineil in flush) el twice eacli da), and b) this means the liy nml Ins, it nui sance as will ns the dust will be le iliiced to il minimum nllice. Captain Caller, assistant fo tho chief of htalT of the Western Divi sion, taking the now olllre on the mi uka side. Major Campbell adluiint genet. 'il, has moved his desk to the cilice foi inoi ly occupied Ii) C.ipl.ilii Catter, which ho share's with Lieuten ant Andrews, aid, ami Ciller Cleilc llobblns nml tils first assistant have taken ihisscssIoii of the adjutant gen eral's foimer iiaitei This loaves the piosent main olIHe for llio oilier two cloiks and the new stenographer who will shortl) icport lot dutv faT-BULLETIN ADS PAY SCARF PINS You'll agree with us thnt we have the best assortment of Scarf Pins you have ever seen. The variety includes all the various stones beautifully set in gold or platinum. Hero you will be able to satisfy yourself in both design and prico. H. P. WICHMAN & CO. I.lmlled LEADING JEWELERS VISIT THIS Mary-Ann Bonnet Shop Men's Youths' Boys Fort St. m Cook a A O With U A J Veleian Politician A convent, lny BOII, "You'll bo a man like one of uh .14 4i!