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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAR. 19, 1912.
m v en f no Bt; l letin
.Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
J., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
jily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
ROIM ATlfU! I ADOrOT nt- Aklv llrumnmrn ,,. ...,-
(ivuLHiMiuHnuwi urniMi mtwarMrtn rutsLibntu
1' in the Territory ol Hawaii.
CALLACK R. l?AKRINWroN, ... llIMTOK
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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Prr Vcir anywheteiti O.b l.oo
Mei Yat MykT n Ctnttli I. Ho
J tentorial Rooms,
I 0'!i-jUSineH, Office,
185
2256
wrrcd a! the roalnltiic mi Hiiuniblu
Mcmnll9 rattler
IESDAY
MARCH 19, 1912
)iip t,rcnlci u'lurj li nul In tincr,
llnir, lint In rMnir i-u-rj linn- we1
I. (idlilMiillh. I
Jock free infTce make (In- nut of
i ttorkliiKiiun k breakfast roiTee
f lena?
The world nei-nia In be yeiirnlriK for
religion of works as well hh a re
Ion of word
I . -
s'lnc tallorH in,i niiiki' u man. but
tuken mori' than l CowTiiorx lo
,ko a Prenldent.
Who will takp Hip IiiiiiIiIp lo edu
cate tin Aineilc.iii people tn tilt- point
whore they will rpiilip tli.it the frpp
Miliar ki'Iipiiip Is purely u Kcheme In
hph.ilf of the SitK.ir Tru-d rcutHr?
11 uipiiiK mil Hip beet MiiKiir IiiiIiih
ti, thp Tumi will mntrol the wholp
Mltimtlnti ami cliniKP what It plenties
lor what Hip workliiKinali putH on his
bieakfast table
The iipw public llhrarj will itmn lip
Uhcil anil II idiould hp as cxpalirilve
'u new father i smile
Why cant Hucar iiiltivatlnii In
.Jo tig attraitlvp to the priMpcitivc
mesleader, im plncnpplen
Sim-ar iiipii of Hawaii can't inh,H It
lij ImpftliiK a kiioiI nninhpr of thou-
hiiihIh of ilnlliirH in a eainpnli;ii of ed
ui'.itlnn to oftKPt Hip work Ill-l Iiiik
been koIiik mi under thp illri'ctlon ot
the frpp hiiKiir iri)piiKiinilii for a num
ber of purH. I'ipp BiiBiir moil mi
KittiiiK their lesiiltii on the adv-itls-iiiK
.irniiiMii)ni; every Ii.ii r-l of bur
ar that left thplr lellnerles.
3ur Supprlntencleiit of Public Work'
iy be able to Ihink up mime otliei
ins nnd HURRi'stlon prespnil
Mter toiirltiK the countrj Midship
111 King iir.iIii shows Ills kikhI n-nxp
" decldlliK Ihut lluiioliilu Kills are
It.
'Illuming for olllce ' on the Demo
itlc ticket will boon be too mild n
'III. The candidate,! will be Hi. nu
lling for olllce
It Is Just pnsxlblc that famines In
Ina will be an unknown iuaiitlt
ion onco the .Manchim hae had
jlr stickers pulled
If Germany has ceased to he a nied
n for hooHtlng the nawil appropria
te of Creal llritaln. thp mill) nluin
ist be Just around I lie tornei
President tlllinore shouM h.ie
ilted till the Democrats got thiough
Iking, befnrn he entured tin
ought that frpe sugar will not ruin
iwnll
The Dpiuocr.ttH arc insisting on fru
Bar bPcaiisp II will cut oil the re
tic. Planters heie and In the Stutr
04 opposing any such mine for tin
me reason
Dividends hae not been decrease!1
tl there Is no prospect that the)
II be. The Influence of the "ninu
y shlnps" In Washington Is meiel)
reduce spptulat Ion to Hip Iowisi
b.
Does the Harbor Cnnimlsslnii want
e Superlntendput of I'ublip Woikt
go to Philadelphia to get a few
ogrosshe ideas If so, will It Itlud
see that the taxpayers don't hae
put tip any morp motipy for edu-
tlonal purposps
Judging from Correspondent Al
rt'B statement of the situation in
aslilngtou, the I'nderwood lomuill
e pnsspd thp free sugar bill In
iler lo be able to s.iy that tly
mocruts had proimseil soinpthlng
r morn damaging than Hip Piogres
e Itepubllcan wing had pwr thoughl
It Eeems to he Bhort-slghtPilupss on
e part of managers of tliPators in
mo of the Pacific toast cities to
scrlminatc against a xallni In tiul
rm when they would fall all ovrr
ctjisec8 pxlptidlug tin' glad hand
Knytjilng In the nature of Intprna
jn'al inisunderslaudlng bptwcpti tin
overs of the Pacific should crop up
A MISRL'I'REShNTATIVE AT
PHILADELPHIA.
If Ihere Is any particular reason
why thp taxpajers of the Terrltor
should put up for a tilp of Hie Sup
pilulpiident nf Public Works In Phil
adelphia or any assembly lipid in any
other mainland city, It has ct to be
luiiile clear.
If the mutter were passed up to Hip
M'Mlmeiit ot Hip luwn we hne not
the slightest doubt that the response
would he for nhiHIier Superintendent
or Public Woiks, If the Junket Is
deemed necessary anil the price Is to
be charged up to the public funds.
Has the administration of the Pub
lic Works olllce been so sunessfiil
that the Superintendent can nffoid to
take the time tn wander iibiii.nl? And,
should lie tour at public expptisp, Is It
better to h.ie him nwn fmin the
lulled for which lie Is paid or near
al hand' In other words would the
work of the department go along
much hettei and at a less expense If
he were eliminated?
Superintendent Campbell Is among
those olllclals who liae been educat
ed at public expense, and the publli
has got mighty poor leturn on the
Investment If he were In go to Phil
adelphia, he would be misrepresenting
all except ii very small mlnoilty in the
Teirltory of Hawaii
THE NEW ASSOCIATE JUSTICE.
Judge Pltnc) (nines to the Supreme
Hunch nf the I'nlted Stales at a time
when a weight In the baluniu for Un
people as agaliibt the Inteiests seems
to be needed. Ill the rei ent decision
of the patent ease before the .Supreme
Court, tho Chief Justice 111 staling the
position of the mlnoilty gave a wirn
Ing of the fm -reaching effect of the
decision in its hearing on the :n -
sltles of life The (iiM-rnmeul Is inii
tpmplatlng a move for a reheating and
if this plan Is pari led nut sioclale
Justice Pitney may have a deciding
lolco
No one seems to know Just what
Justice Pituey's leanings are, ihough
tho I-Vderatlon of Labor in tiling a
protest expresbpd the conviction Unit
his Intuit jf mind was friendly to thp
corporations
Tin- SI Joseph N'pwb-Piphs lays.
' Prohahl) no mini whom the I'n-hi-idpnt
would name would please cwry
body. However, Mr T.ift must be
credltt d with honesty of purpose, and
we must concede that his personal
Judicial experleme uuuIIIIps hint ex
eptlnnallv for a lonett choice Not
much is known of Cliuun-llor Pltiipy
outside of his own state, but Ills
standing at home Is of the highest
He Is the head of the chancer) of New
.Terse), where the) still have that
rnrui nr nurt Chancei), by (he way,
is the llngllsh s.vstem or equity, which
In mtnlllleil form existed generally at
one time In the United States In the
Jurisprudence of neaily all the stales
now, however, equity law Is adiiiluls
teieil by thp tamp Juilgi-s who Bit In
law i.'isps New Jersey adheies lo
the 'old practice, ami Its chancei) Isl
n court of equity. Chancellor Pitney
Is the head of that ditlsion ami holds!
tllP llil-ltOHl I,lf1lrl.il Mulfl I v.... I
Jersey "
The Outlook In sizing up Justice
Pitney, appears not at nil certain but
lather hopeful. It sa)s'
'He has been known for bis fnlr
ntlndcdnosH lis well as for his legal
learning Ills popularity In his own
State-a popularity that Is a lilbulo
not onl) tn his genial personality, but
also to his high character Is Indicat
ed by thp fact that Hip prpsptit Dpiiio-cintli-
HoM-rnor, Mr Wilson, nnd his
Itepubllcan predecessor, Mr Kurt.
hate both pxprpsbcd gratlllcatlon nt
Hip nppolutmrnt The question that
has been lalsed with regard lo Chiin
tcllnr Pitney Is one which nuects
uellher his leainlng In the law nor
his reputation as u hlgh-mlndcd gen
tleman, but solely his attitude or mind
toward the ichillon of the law with
the conditions of modern Industrial
society. Some nf the labor union lead
ers feel that he does m)t understand
what Is Involved In Justice to wage
oarners. They base this reeling upon
certain decision which they attribute
to li i in Such feeling. It should be te
mpinbered, as thpy havp Is not always
well founded, anil ma) not he In this
case In these da.ts, however. It Is
highly Important that Judges should
not only he men nf iutegilty nnd of
learning, but also such as in the
broadest sprisi call bo called men nf
understanding The history of the
country, as former Ambassador Oscar
Stiaus, In mi nildtcss last week b'
foie lliown t'nltcrslty, pointed out.
may he divided Into three periods;
llrst, tin- pcilod of National construc
tion; second. Ihi- pcilod nf civil rights
or of National preservation; ami the
plPH'iit period, the lii-rlnd of sodal
Justice It was because Chief Justice
Marshall understood the spirit of his
time that lip contributed tn that per
iod of National construction; it was
becnti'P Chief .lnstli o Taney did mil
understand his time that he helped tn
bring disaster upon his country In the
pprjnd of National presertntlon So
today the Judge contributes to the
well-being of his countr) lalgel) ac-
cniiilug as lie iindprstands Hip prime J
necpssil) for social Juxtlie The
wholp countiy hopes Unit Chancellor
Pitney underxtntiilh his lime ami will
be responsive to the educative llilltl
ence nf the great cases Involving soc
ial injustice that an- brought before
the Supreme Court "
HAS THE GOSPEL RUN OUT?
Come to the meeting at the EMPIRE THEATER
TONIGHT and hear a frank discussion of this
question by one of the Pastors.
Song Service, led by Fred Butler and a large Chorus Choir
Begins promptly at 7:30
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
HOMES
11 Itiingalow, nii'd' in, ", i,,,,,,,, Kalmiikl .
1? Itiingalow, iiiodirn, r, room, City
If, House, modern, 7 rooms Mano.i
18 I'oltagc, modern, G room. Million ....
JI. House, 2-story, inodt-ru, 10 looms, ('lty
31 llungalow, K rooms. City ,
.js:oo
. r.noo
. MMHI
. 87.MI
10(10
. JTf.O
LAND
I I . 1 1 . 5 1-IOOmrrpH ...
.1 Lot, 7,'ix:on, Puiiiiiil .t. .
i, Lot, no-100, Kiillhi
SO I ."I. r.usir.O, Kalmiikl
IS Three Lots, Ocean View Trad
i!.' Lot. I.iisn bilrcet ....
:non
. t.-r.u
. a mi
. ll'O
1000
,t
KAUAI FOR TAFT
(Continued from PaQo 1)
Tan-Instructed delegation and keep
ing the Kiihlo-l'reni cntllrntc-sv mil
of the convention."
Mr Cookn repoils that Mcllryile
plantation Is looking splendidly and
the I'.HL' crop Is coming along Hup.
Melinite's annual meeting will bp held
tomorrow morning when a pi. m fm ip
riindlng the pioent IhiiiiIviI inilebtvil
ness will he submitted In Ihp itnck-holders
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
For Rent
or
For Sale
DWI.LLING MOUGb on 10th
Avenue anil Knfmui Street.
Two blocks from car line.
E glit rooms three bedroom.
Partly furnished. Piano, etc.
Suitable terms cm be ar
rnnrjed. Bishop Trust
Co., Ltd.
01 DCTIItL STHCCT
; EVENING SMILES
Alice: What kind or n girl has l.u k Tho Venus or Mllo nvplalticil her
gaged hlmsoir to' missing arms
Itose: Oh, she's the sort of woman! "' !rl''1l1," p' ,llc,'f" """ -'"J
, , I Ileic-wlth she icjolcud she hadn't
11 nover duro ask to luncheon for ,,,, 1)l0 Hilnlc ,,,, ()) ner 1(,(.K
drUho'll stay to dinner I
i ' ' I "Mow has tho old place been plying
She: What has hnppened In Miss this oai?"
lirrtock? . "Pino" ieplle, I'anner Coiutossel
Ho: That nfrnhlo young follow told "Mo and 'Maudy gol enough hummer
trRbVlimrfci musical laugh, and blio hoard inoiiny tn keep us In condensed
jiiMuto hysterics over mm of his inlllt an' canned meat for tho hull wn-
ier."
Far
Better
Fresh milk, absolutely
puro and rich, is superior
in overy way to tho best
ol preserved milks.
Fresh milk is Nature's
own food, and tho milk
supplied by us is abso
lutely pure and very rich.
One trial will convince
you.
jries
Honolulu
Dairymen's
Association
Phono 1542
CITY ENGINEER
(.mi M Whit Ihmim, ii Int'itl eiiKiiHU'
nnd (MiNtt.M tin 1 1 Ink MimiKly uri'il
Im I he iHHlllnn nf city ii ml nullity
uihIid-u tn Mil the l;irf to ! iuatnl
h ; it i h II Uip on April 1f.
WhlU'hmiM Is iloclari'd nit now po-
t'MlllK tli UirklriK f fnir nut of
m'ii niftitliirs nf the Jttunl of Huper-
Koim
Win II lV H'NiKUittfnii nf (hTi 111
i'H mill imi.it MlKlll'tT WllH iiH't'lM'il,
II Stou.ul Juluisuu wiih tho llrbt
FOR SALE
House unit Lot, Pal. una $ l.to.o
House ami Lot. Palatini 2,000
lions, mid Lot, Asylum ltd. ... t.T.'.u
ltiiliuMN I'ropei ty, li n Kl. .. ir..noii
lliiltdlug Lot. Ileretani.i SI. ... .Ij.ooo
House and Lot, tub Ave. Kul-
iiiiiM I'.Ciii
House mid Lot, lit Is Ave. Kal
miikl 2,r,:,0
Hoiisp mill Lot, 12th Ave-., Kal-
iiniki :t,sr,ii
llulnllng Lots, KpvviiIi I.e'in
lln Iiicmh Piopeity, Kiiklll Lane- .t.oOU
FOR RENT
I'm nl lied lions,., Kaplol.ini St.. ..',r-
Guardian Trust Co., Lid.
Second Floor, Judd Building
ebon i ol at least two IllcuihMs of Hip
jlllllllli Ipnl load loliimlltee
II Is now st.it"d Unit Die tide has
tumid In tnvol or Whlti house, tin' mii
pi I visors HlippoiHin; bis i 1, ilm forllio
II. e taking llu stand that he has
bun lib milled vvllll . ill. Ik and pll-
.vati tontracts in ih,. Havvall.in Isl.nuls
lor a niimbei of years .
1 .lalnes T Tuvloi N 011!' of the I. lie
i undid. lies I'louuM In Hie flnnl and
lentil- as a possllilllH for Hi, ollln ol
i lly and I'ounly englm , i
i 'I'm vim- is hnovvii lo luive in, nli vii
bill appliiatlon for llu- position, mid
his formal annniiiiri'iiii lit niav be lllnl
Willi fithfl-H to be acted upon at the
xl I Hug of tin- iltv falhiiK
FOR SALE
A SNAP
?2?f0 lliiugalovv loiitnluliig seven
looms ami b.iili, on (lull, K Ave. mar'
King. I'. Ill be lioiiiibl on 111) til ins I
Oliver G. Lansing,
W Merchant Sheet
Phono J'j3J
DUKE SHOWED THE
It Is odd that It Is h,. kIoiv without
nnv point Dial I on n in
Waterhouse Trust.
For Sale
7 acros Land in Manoa Valley
looa llian a mile from end of
car lino $3000
Lots on Palolo Mill $600 and up
New Bungalow at Kalmuki . . $2500
Houses for Rent
FURNISHED
14th and Palolo Aves 2 D. R
Kcciumnku and Dominis
Stc.
9th and Pahoa Aves 2
UNfURNISHED
Manoa Valley ... .2
Kalakaua Ave. . . .4
Kinau St 4
Lnnalilo St. ... .3
Lunalilo St. .3
1266 Matlock Ave. .. .2
Reretanla St. ..3
Pawaa, near King St. 2
Kalakaua Ave. . 3
10th and Palolo Aves. . 2
$40.00
! " C0.00
! " 40.00
I " M 00
I " 45.00
I " 37.50
I " 31.00
I " 32.50
! " 27.50
27.50
: " 25.00
" 20.00
" 25.00
EAST HIS SPEED
SmIiu v II .I.ikl n -. an old Puna
lion I. in mm in tv,,.u nri, wilt, .
i unit, i il.it.- or Mini li I as lollovvs
SU iiiRlit I wpiii in sip DiiI.p
and In, in vlin I n,l not boon Unit
lllev wile In Xi oilt HH ,m
In Ilie pap. rw Vim int did not swim,
nil liul.e tan aw. iv 1 1 mi his in, in
lip wan nnat. ami Honolulu oiirIiI
In !" pioud ol him l!i. Hi Vincciituiid
hi win v,i ul.nl in me im- Wi'vvent
to lie hoi, I and tnlKiil ovei old limes.
I i. in I Kit over tin way liulin
il.iwhd aluuK the top of the water
Till- sppilatniH Wile VCI.V I li li ll Hill -
pi is,, I, ii,.v timiiBlit Unit tlieli Iiip.iI
man would win sine "
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with your business asso
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Films
Kodaks
Cameras
Papers
Just In
from the
Kodak City
Honolulu Photo
Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic"
:ORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
PICTURES
IN COPLISY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMNO CO
17 Hotel Stre.t
1
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
GURREY'S
Prizes and Favors
TOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Dlshoo Street Veun Hotel Building
Gorham
Silver Polish
i Ictus at the hiiiiip time that It
p'dltdlCH
it.s o.'Tixm;i iikij oivi:a
Tin: riNi:, ci.uan finish
III' OLD MXOI.IHII HTi:itl,lN(J
KII.VKIt, Tu WHICH nitHT
ANIi IHHT IHI NUT HIIADILY
Atitiniti;.
THIS POI.IHII IK nroNoMI-
''Mr- it noes xrri- nun oi'ii
tiii: caki: Ton i'iti:i:i,v,
AXli TIIHIti: IS XII WASTH
it ik ii,pti:i) rnit i'i,i;a'-
IM! liiil.li HILVIJIt AM ITT
til ASK
Sold Only by
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
Limited
Leading Jewelers
irtmm.
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1 a buaS , vJi .. 't ji,, .,
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