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EVRNIKQ nUt.I.HTIN, HONOLULU. H. T FRIDAY. OCTODKR 11. 1S0L
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, llrnolilu,
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nilOAY OCTOHElt 11. IDOL'
Kntmilo Is ngaln to the front to re
mind the people that It Is one thing to
ctait a sugar plantation and quite n:i
other to keep It golna.
The Chamber of Commerce ought to
hae referred Mr. Wcedon's letter to
the Advertiser for publication. The
morning organ Is sadly In need of spacti
fillers lu lieu of news.
Organization Is the secret of eveiy
success In amateur spoit. and thu
yachtsmen bid fair to put new Ufa
Into their specialty that will have, a
good effect on nil ncquatlc sports.
The association of n oung woman o(
good reputation with a very seilous
charge should lead people not io go3-
sip and sneers but rntiicr to suspend
Judgment till the facts In the case are
The San Francisco strike Is ended
nnd the people nre happy. Like thu
Sampson-Schley contest, however, a
lengthy peilod will HUely be devoted .
In a discussion .of who was responsible)
for tlio settlement.
Members of the citizens' committee!
culled this evening should remember
Hint tint session Is not n Drednct
caucus but n gotherlng of citizens all
unrklnir li thu s.llne ellil and With ,i
purity of purpose that cannot be doubt
ed. The Wnahlnton Star s.ijs (iowrnor
Dole has steered Hawaii "through th
tr.ituous channels of revolution, In
trigue and annexation" and It should
add that he has brought the Teirilory
of Hawaii smack up against a stem
Apropos of the accident on tin'
Jlapld Tranr.lt Hue. It Is worthy of not
that the new transit company h.is-nnt
I iruisuci a ...... J riiiu... ..............
the people predicted. The manage.-1
ment Ik puitlculary careful to frame I
nud carrj lug c.uUitrlct rule.
The United Stntes will never b.
properly conducted until Piesldent
.... I .!. , .Atfnaa nnnl.lrflin .
liumetelt Atlurnvjr OwimiiI Knoxiiiy to Ri,,,i;c t,e foundntl.iln uf tho
make an onire in Wasiungton tor
1 iiurscon, ins untie iitiiii; in iuiuikiii
Information on how the nffnlrs of tho
Nation should be conducted. j
Another session of the Chamber of
Commerce has passed without lcfer
enco being made to tho St. Louis Ex
position. It seems reasonable that nt
least n committee might bo appointed
to map out a genrial plan of action,
that tho Territory may be ceitaln of
When the Chinese of the city aru
le.uly to put up 10.000 to secure font
actors for their theater, tho patrtuis n!
the nneni house oucht to feel like thir
ty cents. I 'or lavish expcnultuic of!
money for amusement the Chinese can
furnish examples not equaled Dy any
Should It be found Impossible to
giant Mnckay the right to land a eiiMo
In tho Philippines It Is to bu
hoped the proposal for a cable to
Hawaii will not go overboard. Not
withstanding our Territorial land diffi
culties here there Is no barrier tu
table lnndlugs of un description.
The Chamber of Comment mulct's, no
mistake In delaying action on resolu
tions dealing with unurcby. Calm de
liberation Is mandatory when dealing
with this low phase of humanity. Mis
takes of hurried action In heated mo
ments are more to he feared than tho
public enemy whom we seek to de
stroy. The array of expe, t opinion ollered
Dr. Sloggett In his effort to secure
proper surroundings for the patients i
of tho Insane As)lum leaves no ques-
Hon In the public mind us to thu
tdty for a changu In the telatlons of
. tho rock crusher and the asylum. It
remains to the good sense or olTlclals
having these Institutions In chnrgo to
reach the solution and that without tin
necessary bickering or delay
Every American coming to Hawaii
possessed of an opinion at variance
with the Powers that Hole Is Immedl
ately dubbed by the Dolc-Thuistnn ag
gregation ns u Job chaser and corrupt
politician. It Is temnrkuble Indeed
nnd tho tact carries Its own conclusion,
that icspectable citizens of the Main
land are Immediately charged with be
ing corrupt schenlers tho moment
they take up the duties of honest Am
erlcim citizenship lu the Territory ol
No President ot tho United Mutes
lias fiirutsneii so miicn rnou ror an re
dotes lis Theodoio Hoosovelt. He has
been n theV.publ c eye In one capac ty
,. nll,..hp, since coinnletlnc bis col.
oi another since completing Ills col
lego course. Tho best of It Is that
every Incident nf his private nnd pub-
lie career points to strength and nobll-
Uy ot character proving him to he a
man who can bo trusted to ptoperljr
guide the ship or state, noosevelt l
nirtiirosMi... l.ni i.l nronllnrtiloii mi
picturesque but his peculluilt es all
servo to niako his true munhood more
THIS MVLICI! CAMPAIGN.
Neither Its own vicious rommenl nor
Its quotation from Marshal Hendry or
Clerk Mallng ronllrni the Imputation
of the Advertiser or In any way Justify
Its charge tli.it Humphreys acta the
part of an Impostor In using the title
United States Circuit .Incise. Tho
llleraturo added to the subject sen eg
only to bring out morn clrarl) tho
malicious Intent of the defamert.
Judge Humphrc)s speclflcally Gtntct
tlint his couit Is a Territorial court and
cvrrolt.es Jurisdiction under Territorial
statutes. Uy the same token the Jus
tices of the local Supreme Court nri
Indeed t'nlted States Judges, being ap
pointed by the President and paid by
the l'cderal (internment.
The It v 1 1 1 o t i 1 1 desires to connratulite
the Thurston nRKiesatlon nn tho man
ner In which they have handled this
subject. It Is added proof of weak
ninptni operations that would disgrace
n Hat headed Indian.
PROTECTING TIIH PKtiHDBNT
"Indeed, wh.it Is this element, brfor?
which free Americans must bow and
it Inge and hide? Upon what meat hath
I' fed that It shall be permitted to
usurp tho right to compel them to
abullsh the happy customs of mare
than n century m order to secure, them
selves from harm?"
Thus tin- lies Moines Capital deals
with the suggestions to do away with
tho public receptions of the President
nnil upset generally the laws and cus
toms of tho country because a cowardly
anarchistic murdeier has struck n blow
si thes" iiistoms In taking the lire of
1 I'reslduit. In the moments of honor
stricken rage the people naturally turn
to any and every measure that may
jene to protect the life of our Chief
Magistrate. They demand that no man
(ball be icquired to take his life In his
hand when accepting tho duties of the
Presidency. Tho first thought that
ionics to every man's mind Is n deslro
to tear the murdeier limb from limb
and subject him to every tnrtuie of
mind nnd body. Hut sober sense rules
In the end, nnd the fact that even tho
murderer of tho Piesldcnt Is given n
fulr trial icgularly receiving the prop-
I it penalty of the law carries its lesson
"n the stungth of our established In
In the same manner second thought
on .the problem of anarchy leads tho
people to more conservative action,
consequently more effective action
which arouses each Individual citizen
to his duty ns n personal agent In pio
tectlng the life of our President.
Shalt we. a strong, loyal. Intelligent
people allow- the vile minded cohorts
ol unai-chy to force our President away
fipm the people, and wipe out thosu
customs which nie plearant reminders
that our Chief Magistrate Is of and
from the people? Shall wo nlloiv anar
chy to put our President on tho uamn
,,. w, ,h0 1K)Ic ,,, ,.rottpl
hlmU of y constantly hiii nutri
, ,(y KronB m1 nnfl )ipW
.,,0()f fri)m co80 rotl(m.t A t, tl,p ,,.
izen? If such a c-o.usc Is followed th
unurclilst becomes moiu u. In.- than
umnulsliecl. bv demonstratli.r l.U it.il-
greatest democracy the worl I has eot
Shall the anarchist upset the l"nlt"d
.Hates. The lesponso Is uii.inlnioiis.
Our Nation will not swervi- one lot.i
from Its rourse for all the anardiVs
the world can mu'ster. The lndlclilu.il
lesponslblllty of tho citizen Is, however
more seriously Itnprcsted upon us.
i:.ith citizen will become n public
guardian and a private iletectlco In
pioteet the Piesldent from murderous
pspiiull wherever ho may be, lu public
assemblies or v.. liking the streets. l.aw
amiot deposo the anarchist but a
wi.lchful people can and they will.
Much has been published about
Piesldent Uoosevelt's personality, but,
perhaps, only those wlio have seen him
f loin clay to clay In his Inmlly llfo tnu
realize his extreme, simplicity or man
ner and conduct. On thu last election
day, arter u campaign or activity that
eclipsed the memorable speechmnklug
peilod of llryau, Uoosevelt letlted to
his eomloitable home nt Uyster Hay
and awlt.'d tho lesult of tho voters'
battle. Awaited nnd yet not awaited,
for not a single tolegrnpnlc wire was
put In. and the candidate had to de
pend on his neighbors or the nownpa-
sent! him. nirlvlng overheated und
bicatbless with the report that theto
was undoubtedly another Itenuhlienn
necc8-hletory, and that he bud been elected,
President Uoosevelt lilmself lespund-
ed to the bell ring nud came out on
the piazza. "I have gieat news toi
you, Mr. Uoosevelt, bald tho loj.orter,
,mlltng; "you aie elected Vlco Pr-l'
dent or thu i lilted Stales.' "I hops
uie toiimry nas icuorseu tnu Ucputdl.
run pmly and Its pituclples ns It
should." replied Hoosovelt. "It bus,
continued the repoiter, "nnd llrynn has
lost his own stiongholds. ' "Tnut's
very intetostlng, said Uoosevelt, "but
loll me all about the tootbnll game.
Who won?" And despite tho report
er's eagerness to go Into the election
returns Hoosovelt continued to discuss
enthusiastically the college contest of
that day. until, owing to the lateness
ol the hour and the pressure nf other
duties, tho repoiter retired. Not tin-
oilier word was spoken about the Hoc
llmi. and Uoosevelt went to bed with
nothing moio tbuu some brier tele-
pnone nun letegrapnie teports sent tu
bis home coutiary Io his Insttuctlnns. ;
ItOih.cc oil's democi'uey never failed
""" wlie hor ho was n student nt liar
",';,".,"' "".B.ai"11" m , w''h,;1 ','
l l('l8lntor " Albany, and his cordial-
(ty ((, , nmiI 1H W(1H H,lr)WM , ar.
ticulai- uilvnnUco' lu tlio campaign
which made him Governor or Now
York. One owning, niter spenklng
twice In New York, bo was rushed by
a Bl'cejnl train to Yonicers, N. Y.. nnd
CJ" v , '", "vur ,,.M0 1h"a!1' "' ll,. "'
v""' uests. on the sbouhlers ot Kred-
.c,.,(,k w ,, c,lllllucoy M pow
ttnd othora. Theru was tremendous
.enthusiasm bottled up In tho crowd,
nnd It repeatedly overflowed to tho ln
terruptlon of tho croaker A red-fneed
Irishman In tho gallery, who looked
like n typical Tammanyitc of tho kind
mat voted by tho thousands for lloosu
vclt, alter the Santiago campaign, sud
denly tailed out: ' Teddy, "ah sh.
calil a big policeman with a big club,
itooscvett continued, but tho exploding
exclamation, "Teddy." rang out n sec
ond time. "1 II put ycH out, said the
hlg policeman to tho otTcndcr. Hut uio
warning ot "otio of the finest" failed
to supptess tho Interrogator. Just ns
l!oosoelt was dilating on tho virtues
nf tho (lertnau, wnosu gemuetllchkelt,
tic tnlil, eouui not bo translated or
understood by the other members ol
our complex population, tho red faced
Irishman nrosu nnd yelled nt full
voice "Teddy, what dm jez feed thai
basto of a mustang to mane It throt
so lu Cuba?' Tho house collapsed,
but Toddy rejoined, "Tho Hepuhllcau
platform," turned the laugh on tho
litslimnn ami continued his speech.
President Itooscvelt's homo life hns
always been iiellgbtlul. In bis leisure
moments nt Oyster Hay ho litis enjojed
tho companionship ot his inmlly and
tiiken ii rare delight In directing the
' nnatrs or Ills small es.ate. Soon nftet
his leturn fiom Cuba his aged garden
ii onlmi nn tint it nil lin.. I 1.d,1 r, . .1 I
i-l siimx- ii iu) tfllllt IIIMJ ill llll II tli lllltl,
i tipping his tap, said-
"Mr. ltooseelt, Mo como to finish
that tall; wo had tho other clay about
those onion beds." "What talk
James?" asked Uoosevelt, with n smllo
"Oh." said the gardener, "you know
I that the allcrnoon you received that
telegram to go to Ciiua you nnd I
were standing here nnd laying out an
onion pnteb. If It suits you, let us
plant those onions now. nnd the
unions wete planted,
I The President has n ciul.cr full of
I olive blanches, and likes ebllclren 'oth
i it thnn his own. Except that he bo
came busier unci more Inaccessible,
Hoosovelt carried the same domestic
linblts nud piereteuces wltn him fiom
his Oyster liny home to tlio Govern
or's residence nt Albany. One ilny a
clique of New York city politicians,
who liml come up on a spcelnl irnln to
see Governor Uoosevelt, rushed Into
the corridor of the enpltol and upset
tne olllce boys and scctctnrles. Gov
ernor Uoosevelt was nbscm trom his
room and no one knew Just wnere he
could be found. A dozen messengers
were sent out In search or him, end
i after ten or fllleon minutes l.i una
'found curled up In a corner with one
or two nelghboiH' bojs nnd n street
Aiuh, thawing plctuies of ponies nnd
guns on n writing tnble. Tne children
nnd waylaid him and begged nlm to
show them pictures of tne guns nud
the niiibtnngx ho hnd lu tho war. At
another time a New Vork nttlst found
him In the executive ciiambiT, line,
bulled under children clambering over
his chair, wnlle he Mio.o to show
them photeigrnphs of tne scenes or the
Piesldent Uoosevelt has n mllid or
his own. and noes not hesitate to make
It known. A bunch ol prominent poll
tlclnus, togci.ier with u college presi
dent and n personal 1 1 lend, culled up
on him lu Washington to urge the ap
pointment or n certain well known na
cal ollicer to the eastern naval stnllon.
"We ate vcty glad to see you, Mr. Sen
l clary," they voiced together; bill,
quick ns a Hash. Iloosoelt, swinging
In his i hair, said: "Well, 1 nm not so
glad to see jou. least ot nil today.
ouo called ut u very busy time, tor
il'vo huiiii business tu nttend to that
tails me itwr.y nt once. 1 must bid jou
good-dny." In n Tow mlrptes Secre
ilnry Itoosovolt was with the lato Prob
llclent, mid Dewey tiud been practically
decided upon as the ollicer to be sent
Piesldent Itoosovolt was once truv
ellng in Idaho, nnd passed a bookstore.
In the window of which was a eopy of
111. "Wlttl.tlH. nl flir. Il'niit " -, .!. In...
tile book stoic, no Inquired: "Who Is
nils aiillior. lloosovot.. "Oh," replied
the bookseller, "he's a ninc;li driver.
"And what do jou think of ins book?"
nuked the President. "Well, said tho
cltuler slowlv and dellbeintely. "I've
always thought I d III ej to meet the
uuthor and tell lihn that If ho bad
unci; to running a much, nnd give up
wiiuug books, hod h.ue mndo a p.w
vi I til more oi a success at his trade. '
President Uoosevelt Is n religious
nun, unit wiioiovcr lie goes stands well
In tho estimation or his iieig.iliorB tor
bis aellie participation In works or ro
llglon nnd mercy. He em lies a portly
pocket ot loose coin, and equally well
pi open Honed nurse and n fhcckluuil;
urat rapidly lictotiics a packngo of
siuiis. tea ins lutliltH ato so regular
that the least Irregulailty lu a busi
ness transaction attracts nls attention,
Kor this icason department employes
havo always udt the pressure of bis
uatehriil oversight, nnd household
seivnuts alwas long lu his employ
while leall.lng thu rrecdom thoy en
ley, give tho closer attention to nil do
lulls or their stewnrdstilp. A friend
ni'icimpnu)lng him cm a Jaunt about
New York saw n J100 bill disappear In
the poitenionualo of n solicitor for a
well known ehnilty In tho samo flvo
minutes that tho President called at
tention to an oieichargo or 5 cents. A
bootblaek. taking ndvnntnge of tho
iToswenrs tiaste, tried to Batlsry him
I with a nle kin less or change, hut the
eagle eye of the public administrator
detected the petty swindle. St. Louis
Tho Empeior William Is qulotl
lory quietly. Importing negroes under
contract to rulsu cotton lu West Anl
tu. A goud many uttempts or tliU
kind havo been made bclore. Eng
land, weary of waiting lor our civil
war to come to nn end und releaso the
raw material for her Lancashire mills,
undertook to supply herself by en
rouriiglng tolton glowing lu West
Alrlcn, but the attempt was not suc
cessful, ami (lied In the preseneo it
tovlved competition from America,
'I no German emperor's scheme noon
not trouble the cotton bulls nor heart
en the cotton bears. The worst enuniy
In sight of our rottou growers Is the:r
own Incapacity to comprehend tho
worth of economy nnd variety or erop3
nn enomy that they urn gradually
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
5E op the favorite
BRADLEf and HUBBARD
IL A M PS
For Kiilc by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These R'ods vvcrs ordered Irom advance
. hrets of the vntalo Ue of the abovr manic
factor-r, and are the latest In dcsUn ind
Call eaMy anJ make your selections.
In adJIilon-to lie too feet ot Harden
How lately received, the ' Emil'F. Wlilt
nev" brought u lo.tcoft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEHT.
We hav e all grades, and our prices aw
lower than ever q-ioleJ In this m.rket.
Pacific Mardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received via Hie
"OLYMPIC," for sale nt the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merc hunt Street, between Fort and Aluhcn.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate oi Prize Winner, P.tris Exposition, ix.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
GHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE GO., LTD,
.185 Mcrcluint St., next to StiingcnwnlU HullcllnjJ.
HARPING ON ONE STRING
jJKj -- i An(' I'1' hlnio tiiuo
(gai f "Tin: iiicst rou tiik i.kast
wffii&ViP29lt&$Li y 'lb " ""10 "'" I'lirchnse-r ncivcr
rrwSwrf Riciws thoil of the way o play It
S3faJ K hi-causo it haM nil tho h'oothlnK t'tToet
ymm "l KO("' ",llsl('- I' nifiuiH money av-
tpftjA w fil anil HntlKfnctlnn nKHure-cl.
Wrni' I'jj I We1 nro hi'comliii; we'll l.nown for
(&9 1 4 '"" ''01"'l'o'm tifatmc'iit to cuhtomcrB
?Sp I anil tho hltsli-Krailc of our
' A WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUMS
' J8 ' AND WINDOW SHADES.
Uerctnnln 8t., next to corner of Emmii.
'Phone Main 358. p, o. Box 834.
OAHI T CARRIAGB
VrA.1 IKJ MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street. , Itct. IScrctunlii unci Pmuihi.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed"
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. p. o. Box 0T8.
Deer and VVIns Dealert.
Kukdl SU Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
GonsatVe & Co.,
and wing merchants.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
oppoisttc the H. R. ilcpot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also prorrlctots of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Deer, Birch Beer, Hire's Reot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sanapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champaane, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
ana Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50e per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and SOc charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tho pure Julco of tlio i.raiio
fruit, caroonatcd only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
All Ortlcfx Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
McinhcpK Stock, nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
choso and sale of Hawaiian Sugai
Eastern and Foreign Stocks And
403 Ctillfornln St.,
Sun FninclHCo, Col.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wf will Iny or Sell Heal Estato lu
nil parta ur tlio Kroup.
Wo will Sell I'roiierili'i! on ReaBoii
10 WE8T KING STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
ion the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Kcaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
. FlrUHOAL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
SAN I RANCISCO.
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILfcV
Hoffman & Riley
Eillmiln rurnldifj t l, O Do ifa
Jeo. W. I'.ibb.
. W. lleanlslce.
1'. O. Box 778
BEARDSLEE t& PAOI3
ArchltcctH nnd lliillilci'H.
ODlcc, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, It.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen dfc RobliiHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu
Jobtlng promptly nltenilo.l to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen St.,
near Government building.
M. R: BERTELMAN'8
18 - M O V n D
To rear of old stand. Entrance on"
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office af John Notfs store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Jlctel near Nuuanu
P O.BOXQtl. TEt-wmrt 8
L4le' skirls clemtJ, Clothing
iifanfa, atea na rcpirtJ,
5iiilta mmAt tn a lu
Fit curiine4. LoArilp lc.
did Ctvut .. l.-..l .-1
''i "tisui, ana
nr Orptittum Tht tr.
Prlrti: Clrjnlar on tutt. tsc;
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us ana If you haven't al
ready begun to trailo with us
you aro wishing you were.
We will not advertise sugar,,
canned goods or rookies this
week becnuso we keep every
thing In tlio grocery line, but
tho Inducements wo offer nro
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension n ut.i c.
TEL. MAIN ,.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS.
ICB K0U6U G00D8
RKilvidby.' 'uy Sittotr.
a., 'i 1-
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