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T ' v?' jStK viRII&Sffaawial.aaaaaaaaaaaaaKlflaaaaaaaaaaa ' VwuKi Lavsk IHf' II, 4 rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, FED. 7, 1912. m ti" i 4tf Tl W : E V EN I NO- DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H. 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.laci: R. Faukinu ion, - Editok SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. tlMtrSfNU MUl.l.trillN WIIIJKI.V HUl.t.Hllx j in Mmiih, Rii)whrrclii US ...If .7ft tti Sli Mcntna .. Prr UiMttT, nnvwhert'u U 8 J4m Ttt Yrai anywhtic lu U & l.wi fi Yri, Mivftuie mil S ... h.ih I'd Yci tnvwhn n Oimdi, I .Ho r i-m iim amI (Oicirh . I J.m Pm trm i-nctfuld lot din J,xt IeU utaltorltil Room, UuslneMH Office, WEDNESDAY 'llic hr.irti of ini'ii nrc llnlr biuik; rtenN nrr I In Ir luturit irrc.it urllmii lire 1 1n Ir cleiiucncc. I Ii.iiti.it II. .Mil (iiul.i). I All tli.it b wuntid from this rain more of It. Keep I lie town clean anil Jim will keep llu' tourists Thcri! la ihi other Wll In tin It Srinl the rrRiiiiciits along 'U.ilm ran take taio of Ihom nnd'lt hastens our realisation on iinllm.ilo destiny o lonii pi cached , filial jour eyes when looking at thu Block list llu)- unjthliiR ami you'll liiuku better rrliirim In n week than juu can In Industrials In any oilier i.irt (if Hid world lliuiilri il of tourists lire comiilg nn tlic steamers now hoiniil llili I'or Heaven's sake Ret all the .Jii pectors on tin- Job ami keep ilnwn the' moisipillncs. It can bo ilunc. Thrro Is a vast dllTcreiico between the man who studies conditions In i theso lulatulii with a duo regnid for i the facts, nlid Ihe Jackass who goca yi braying war talk around tho coiiu ' try. If McCahdlCBs'Hrfd kept quite n 111' tie Ioiirct there would hac been no awakening iuiioiir sonio of the Itc .. publican chumps who think the party inn light llku Indians In factional btrlfe nnd then win In a walk. China will Iwvo, evolved boiucthliig rntliely new In the way of Ftepublles If It has an organlcd government with one mil hold and also a spirit ual ' flKiirc head Hut republics are , supposed to adapt themselves to most itny tliliiK . ' - Titist Honolulu to back up cvciy proposition that San Krmiclsiii wants to'' .tld It In promoting the exposition - iind'the doelopment of tho west coas; In turn we expect h'.m rrauclsco to t I do something tunc In a while to have Honolulu mobilized as a convention city. I'ut nut a cillzcu'ii uioeuicut today 'v nnd you will kill Rood (;incrnment for B Honolulu nnd hasten the day of rot- eminent by a military commission. A citizen's party rcprcsentlni; as It must f n bieak of lha old-line parlies, Is Just - what thu ami) of luculclcntH Is look- Iur for to enable them to Ret hold of ihe Rocrnnioulal rclus ., " .. " t I'li'sldent Taft's assured i hi' put ; heart In i eneil jthi t I n'a-n heart Into Ihe peoplu who wcio frlRht Iho other day by tho Hullo nhlo reRiirilliiR the Demoirath tariff hill. Whether you are fright ened or pleased with the news pub lished by tho llu 1 let I n you have to Ret this paper to Ret tho news anil llie,lrulh about It 1 Tho nupubllcan arly needn calm In. Iftn, till III III! iiiiiiitinntiwitil'.nu ttnvAi Q'l . ' ....... .... ..w... TJ before In the hlsloiy of this Territory ; Politics can bo sent off Into race lines as easily us you please and the men uupjioscd to know It nil will be held lesnonsihlc. .lust kiep cool for u while, nud remember thill Iho party Ab Iiiih always uiado thu best success aV t ulifi linlfllniT In tl lifitlev of llvn Iirlll 1 1. VZ." "" " ' .' let.Fllve That is good llopubllc.an rr -.,j ,, Cte-'ST"" iaf.jji' wn,- EVENING ,! &JK. email Norwegian lad presented. himself uofnro a Minnesota school 'teacher, who first asked him his name, I'oterseu, no rupneu. 4Aiul 'ind Imw old nrc you?" tho tearhor l.n.V . nnvl nukcip noxt, r.f, llr. nnl know how old I bane, salS tho llld) ' ".Well, wlion wcro you born?" con- tinned the teuchor. "i not bnnunt all; I Rot stppuml- BVL LVYV I N 2185 2256 'Heftl tl the PoatnttH. it llniMtiblu FEBRUARY 7, 1912 llusiticss men taking a liiiml In tlio I water rate question, must not forRet! that an attempt to shift the burden ofi IiIrIi water rates from the waterfront to the holder of a small house ami tot In the leshleiitlal section Is tixi utter ly silly to be nrccpted as a business ptoposltlon The high tariff should be laketi oh the ships that enter the port, hut the expenses of tho change. Hhiiuhl ho borne by tho community b a whole. M'CARTHY'S CANDIDACY. Of i nurse the Democrats may no icpt a rccommenilatlon from a ltcpub llcan souiru nt a left-handed slai Nevertheless wo venture to coinmeml tho Rood sonso of the Deiuoerals who are backing the c.iliilhlacy of Oil (' .1 McCarthy fot the nlllio of Oiimty Sheriff. Sl?ii It up from unj illrecllon ynu may wish the police department of tho City nnil County of Honolulu has Kone from had to worse under Its present iidmlnlstialion It Is Inelll rlcut fiom the woid go It lacks I mm ipnne aim in a crisis coiiiu hoc f.ill to mi all to nieces C;ol. McCarthy Is the typo of man who should make a first class Sheriff. He tins Ihe experience of military dis cipline that is so sadly needed In tho administration of this department. Ho lias all the qualities of Rood fellow ship possessed by thcprcsent Incumb ent nml further than that has tho ex perience which Is so necessnry to suc cessful public service In polleo cir cles when dealing with the new con ditions Honolulu Is facing today. THE HONOLULU AD CLUB. IIiisIiicsh men of Honolulu Mud the Honolulu .cl Club IlllliiR n loiiR-felt want, and it is not surprising that they should nceept with enthusiasm nu organization devoted to tho do M'lopiucnt and study of advertising and ut tho same time back up San rraiiclseos' request for tho nntitnnl omentum of tho advertising clubs of the United Stalls to bo Ipdd In 19ID Our good fi lends of the mainland may think of Honolulu as a long way off Perhaps It Is but Its business men arc ory much up-to-d.iln when plans for business progress ure under consideration. Iho fuel of tho matter Is that Ho noliilu Is several thousnnd mites nearer the center of llo wires on tho mainland than tho live wires of tho mainland arc to Honolulu And while i the Honolulu Ad Club lias a Held In furnishing a medium for tho sxehnnge of Ideas on Iho treatment of, local con-. dltloiiB to get the best results, It will' alMi bo n cnustantly-kecplng-nt-lt ro-" minder to the men of the mainland, who advertise, Hint this city and this Territory uro Just a llltlo way beyond the (lolden (into In point of miles, and "rlglilup noxt" to the States whon It conies to doing things, Advertising has nindo men, nnd en terprises, tnught people how to live anil (Ret tho most out of life, helped tho poor nnd needy nnd shqwn tho ror'pulently wealthy how to do good. Them's not u thing on earth which advertising can't help. This is trim jdespltn the fact that tho only orlglnnl Adam In tho ndvni Using (iarden of IMen started ill to do husliiess only ! rnrlv vmtru nun Nearly everything. j now icRiirdcd as worth while, has 'come into oxlsteiicn In that period of '. " " SMILES I've worn this hat now fur twelve vcais" impohuuno' It looks as good as now ' V Well, I've changed ft onro or twleo dmlng that time, IIIrrs: Aro you thinking or Retting a divorce? ' Dlggs. Not nt the present intes nf nllniony. )cnrs. So advertising Is helping and Improving the people and their sin louniliiiRii every dny of tho year Honolulu biiFlness men Know this. They know that Advertising litis do v eloped fiom a gajno to a business nnd to it science, tlcncrnlly speaking they have been working itUriig pro gicsslve lines, each In Ills Independent way. It needed only n missionary organ izer to come Into tho Held with the BitKKcstlon of how to get thu best re sults with the added strength given by cooperation and cxchaiiRo of Ideas, This missionary showed up the other day In the person unci character of J Charles tlrccn, the special commis sioner of the Advertising Association of San Francisco nnd sort of u rep resentative at largo for the advertis ing men of the United States, Then Honolulu forged another link In tho chain for holding tho Interest of our mainland citizens In our welfare. This "Honolulu Ad Club" will be meicly "another organization" If it lias no puipo-e and no enthusiasm of Interested workers In Its niukc up. Tho prompt response of IIto business factors proves that men who do things for building Honolulu ami Hawaii recognlzo the necessity for an association that rises above petty Jealousies and blckcrliiRs nnd deals with advertising in lis broadest and most cffcctlvo terms liinlly this new organization will llml its work to do. In Its relation to associations of advertisers through out the mainland, If It iiicoiupllshcs nothing mnie Hum nailing Into (bo minds of the advertising men that Ho nolulu Is next door to San Francisco nnd tho Pacific Coast Instead of "way out" in tho I'nclllc and on the edge of tho Oi lent. It will bo well worth while. " r EDUCATING CHILDREN TO WORK Our good people who nre obsessed lo have the public schools of (ho Ter ritory stick strictly to tho text of "rendln' 'rltln' and 'rltliinctlc" oiiRht to rend tho current number of Scilb ncr'h Mngazliio and from that source learn what ficrmnny has done In its public schools to establish national elllilency by education Ihal writer saya of tho (Icrinan hchoolHnud Iho trend toward Indus trial education: The teachers under take to measure the mental capacities of tho boy. If ho Is generally a dull pupil, ho will be Indexed as being bet ter adapted to a trado not fnr ro- mnied from' .unskilled labor. Tho brlRht pupil, especially If hu should show manual delltacy In tho system atic tests to vvfilfh he Is subjected to ward tho end of his school, period, would havo n choice of Homo lino handicraft, such as that of Instrument-making, engraving, or Jewel-sotting. rnliislaklng effort In nindo lo de termine tho boy's Inclinations, so that tho gieat misfortune may not liuppeti to him of being deprived of tho Joy of Work, of the satisfaction In tho thing dono. Within the vlow of tho I'rus slan school administration, and this is equally truo of llavarla and mns,t of the oilier (icrmnn states, tho skilled worker ought to llnd In his culling one of the great satisfactions of life u certain artistic prido, tho disposition lo do bis work not alono as he h.ic been taught, but to ndd to It some thing of his" own Individuality, be causo ho loves tho work and puts something of his spiritual self Into It. Visitors Invited Wo extend a most cordial Invitation to all Interested In pure milk to visit our depot on Sheridan street. In this depot Is handled all the milk distributed by us, and the visitor can see In the oxtremo cleanliness here the Idea that we are enforcing at every contrib. utlng dairy. Honolulu Dairymen's Association Phone 1542 nor scoutk! Xfij "" ..ithj.. 'S5&- COPTIHTIO It Scout malrrs nt usual t Clumber f Oininicrre! Mibjccl ".Sherlock llolmc.lni" or Oliscmilinu anil De duction. I'll per li) .1. A. Mllilrr. No boy Is compelled or unduly fmced Into tho choice of u calling. He Is handled temperamentally and sympa thetically. The endeavor la nindo to stir the boy's ambition. Musters and parents confer. Tho paients working at common labor almost nlwnys want tjiclr children to do better In life than they have done. They icadlly eo-op-ernta In getting tho conviction llxcd In the boy's mind that ho ought not to be mi unskilled workman, that when he tlnlhhes his school work ho ought not to lie content to be among those at tho bottom of society doing tho coarse labor of the ditch, but Hint ho ought to chooso a trado nnd tit him self fnr one of the higher levels wheru Intelligence counts for something and where wages and opportunities nrc larger The germ of tho whole system of manual training Is consldeied by tho Prussian Ministry of Oiiiinieuo and Industry to bo In the nwakenlng of tho boy's nsplrntlons for a life above the ordinary. This nwakenlng Is much more of n problem for the children of tho unskilled or the nearly un skilled classes than for thoso of tho higher artisan clasB. The surround ings nnd the tone In the homo llfo of a superior workman usually settle tho Inclination of tho boy to bo at least equal to his father. INVESTORSWAKE UP 1 OLAA Utoik iii.iikit Investors have at last waktil up lir the bargains going 111 Ohm. nml irxlcrikiv anil today that stock Mild faster t linn licit cuius fail, ro much Olaa was sold that nearly everything i Iho whs sidetracked In the rush. v t. Ar picdlrted again nnd again, Olaa mmle tho oxpctcilvJiihlp as hd as In verters mw vvliat, il lyiigalu It was aroiiiid K tin the ukcIiiiiiro today Is eld at 7 2.1. and will, It Is predicted, go l.lglar this, week. 1 1 Wnl.iliit Jcpl on Its upward stride, linking 1.17 today nfi'tlic exchange, n number of small transactions being made lit this llguie , Tho enso or Collins against tho Tiont Trust Company Is set down for hearing in Judge Cooper's couit at 'J o'clock this afternoon. Tho matter Is one arising nut of Iho sale of tho Col lins building on King sticet. Waterhouse Trust. Real Estate for Sale MANOA VALLEY Modem HuiiRiiluvv and half nere of land Well Impioveil with plants ami trees, llarRiilu prlie Tor ipilclc sale. MAKIKI DISTRICT Modem Hiui'kmIou and 10,000 ui, ft, of land In the MaklUI lllstrlet Pi ho reasoualilo Cash or Initalmeuts. i1- for Rent Wulalae ltd ami 9th Ave 1l Matlock Ave 30 Kalakaua Ave "0 Mano.i Valley Till Wilder" Ave to Kalakaua Ave IS Wulklkl I lead i to l.imnlllo Ht., opt1 Kowalo 25 , Furnished Palnln Hill $1"i Kabul i lleaeh 115 For Mellow, lovel tnnili rich coll, no stone.) water nt band. Is surrounded by rap IdlynrowhiD suburbs t Kftimukl, Ocean View, Waiala Heights, Pnlolo Hill, la alio tultabla for residential lota. This It an ideal iprt. for truck farming from the atandpolnl of both soli and location. Prlca la low. TRENT TRUST For Rent Furnished house on Green Street $45 per month Huuto at Trenloan I'lace, Derctanla Street, n a a r Atapai Street... $25 per month Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 924 BETHEL STREET HELPS PARADE Much Intcicht Is hcinc taken In tho exclusions that will lo urn by tho lu-tcr-lslaud Stenni Nnvlgition Company Tor the Moral Parade on Kebiu.iry Tl Weeks uro Iho Inter-Island company took up the mailer or spo.cl.il excur sions mid havo advertised them, and thus materially assisted thu parade all through tho Islands. The Mcichants' Association luimcd n rcpietentntlvo to take up tho mat ter or Inter-Island exclusions, hut round Mint Iho eMMirslonn wcio ul le.uty iiu.ingcd ilov.u to the details and this put of tho work Is uhly looked nfter. The special rales wcru mailo voluntarily by Iho Inlcr-lsliiud company and tho thanks of tho KIor.il Parade inaniu'cment. is duo Ha efforts to make Iho inhl-Pnclflc carnival Kiicccsii ror all Hawaii. Acres Land Sale COMPANY, LTD. ET us enlnrrje from tome of your f Negatives on our new ROTO GRAPH PAPEH. GURREY'S -THE- WIRELESS olfico in tho new Telephono Duildiog. Adams Lane, is open on week days from 7 a. m. to 5i30 p. m. on Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m., and for ships' mes- sages until 11 every night Prizes and Favors FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS Arts and Crafts Shop, Bishop Slreot Young Hotel Building MUST WEAR UNIFORM , (Continued fi-om Page. II llguie an a tropica! sut so far as In creased pay and tlmo allmvanio fir sol vice Is (oncerued, but on Iho oth or baud, tho test rldo ror olllcors wan recent ly-mado over Iho tropical ills- tnrco ot sixty et against ninety miles If this Is a tropical lmst olllccru will not bo icnulied lo havo (he new hie- elal evening droN or lo wear Iho full diets or bliui diesH, Knllstcd men will nl in bo given nioin latitude. Thetc's one llltlo loophole Ihiouglt which olllceis icu it ray of light In tho matter of civilian dn'ss. Tho onlei piovldrs Ih.T (ho neeopted costumen ma) be win u for athletics. Some, ol tho local mllUaiy may adopt the wily hchemo of the West Point cadets, who, taking advantage or thu snmo piovl- slon, used In parade wllh the fair i-o ln ini'iciimlato whlo llaiiiicH, cany lug. Instead of a walking (.tick n nlcc.lv 'pollsliul putter, mid ready to piotest luilignanll) in ease or olltrhi! ipiea tiivjiliig that they weiu bona tldo Rolf era. Contractu ror the 1 0:11.1 ruction of the two 27,(0 -ton Kuper-drcnilniiiiRlits nu thoiled nt tin; nit session of Coil' Ricrs will lie uvvut.luil to lliu New York tlhliliUlhlliig cloinpiny or Cam den N, .1. nn, tho Kiro Hive- Ship building Coiupiiiy of (Julnej, Muss Speed Film And Seed's Gilt Edge 30 Plates Twice 11.1 rapid us oiilluary III111 nnd plate. P.utleulaily ndipteil lo hlgh-npced lenses. I'm them ror Cirultex or spu elnll) iiUliped Kodak' H.111111 pi Ice as uiilluaiy llluu mid plale.1. Honolulu Photo Supply Co., "Everything Photographic" FORT STREET, NEAR HOTELj PICTURES IN COI'LHY PRINTS PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINO CO 17 Hotel 8trest it tie nearnafore treatment for Consumption. The power 'it creates, its purity and whole someness are Nature's greatest aid in over coming disease. ALL DRUGGISTS 11-52 BEACH OWNERS TO CO AFTER si The "Knwalloalelclles" have decid ed to get together nnd torm n club ror Iho Improvement or themselves nnd theli cllslilet. Y Knr Iho liifonnntlnn or those unfa' miliar vvllh (lie locality. It might bo nu ntliiued that Kavvulloalelo Is tho hecllnit or (iiivcinmcnt laud on Iho beach, at thu cist stdn or Kallua Hay on the north of Ihls Island towards Walniatiulii, which was cut up Into acie loin nml sold Inst year for such astonishing prices, The upset prlco nu each of thu 1S lots sold nt that tlmo wan 2f, or ?S.Vl on the whole, while the total nnioiini realized by Ike (lov eminent ut thu halo was Wl'i. The owneis havo been well ple.fod with their piiruhnncs, as they enthusiastically decline that tho beach mid the bathing aro the best on Claim. The tract is divided by n broad creek, nnd US of tho picsent 11!) lota me nu thu side iiwuy from Honolulu Nearly nil of tho owiiuih of theso "8 lots hnve been wanting to build, but have Iiiul lo uvvall thu const'iiictlon of Ihe brldgo promlsoel' by tfio (!uvcrn- men In order lo get their lumber neiims, nn oil aecouiit of ipiliksamU It it) luipouslhlo to get it heavy team through tho stream. These lot-owners nro In hopes of getting their res ident os up this summer. The' pintpocllvo ineinberB of tho rluh vj ill meet on Monday afternoon, I'YIiriinry 12 at -1 -:i, ut tho rooms or the Public Service Association, nnd niter eirgunllng, will at onro pro ceed with plans tor beach Improve ment, tree planting, nnd to form rom mittivH to urgo upon thoso In author ity tho necessity of putting lh hlgli uajH n iitn Honolulu In such condition that tlio beach can be reached, no matter what tlio condition of thu weather may hi1. e llvvaliliti, cliurRod with performing Iho mariluRo criemony wltlioiit hav ing u license to do so, this morning pleaded guilty to tho charge lit tho Kedeuil coll it. Ill vlow of the tact that ho has nl itiuly hen In Jill ror six innnllia, JuiIro D11I0 lined him l mid ordctcd him to one days' liupiisonment. Tho two people ho married and who wcro tlio leadera or tho new 10 llglniis seit that bprang up sonio six luniilhu uro mid who undertook to wipe sIiih off tho record boejlc nt no lunch tier, also pleaded guilty. They will coiuo ijp fnr sentenco Inter. rim r Tii.v.MiS. The fmully of tliu Into Mrs. Kllzn belh Stevenson doslio to eonvey their ulneeie thanks to their many frlouda lor Iho kind sympathy extended lo Ihem, In their late bereavement, r.int-tt Don't Risk tho repairing of (me Jewelry wllh valuabto stones to Inexperienced hands Our Jewelers are men of many years' experience. Your fmo rings, etc., are safe In our hands. H. F.WICHMAN 4(0. Umlled LEADING JEWELERS m fe ;x ,;,M&W4fl; ,, ijfl! ft ii'J-Sj . .. ..-...- '.-jrdfcvV-.