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HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19. 1006.
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Tuesday. Gept. 11 2308
Wednesday, Sept. 12 2376
Thursday, Sept. 13 2310
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' P. II. MHINKTTK.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
.SP.PT. 19. PaOtl.
' ROOM FOR THE PUPILS
The condition nt nrfnirn In the pub
He schools of this dty In one that do
trrves the personal atii'tillou of every
fiiblle-hplriled Amerlriiii Honolulu can
II Ik not to the credit of ntiyuun lu
tin Territory that the Department of
Public Instruction lias Ixen forced to
cut children on vcrandax nnd niailii
over dressing rooms lu order that they
fjccmc even n place lu school. It Is
had enough that our teachers nro giv
en less than living salaries. Now wc
faeo a proposition of tlfty and Blxty
pupils for ouch teacher, and those not
' The response will be that the l.egls
laliite could not fori'iieo two jcarH.
That Is (rue. And the very truth of it
should lie a warning that the people
will demand a mure liberal policy to
wards the cchotiln hy tho Territorial
pproprlatln authority or a complete
turning over of the school udmlnltliu
llon to the local Counties.
It wilt bo one thins or Iho other.
There In no good reason why there
fchould not be ample uiiommodulloti
for ull the children who apply for ad
mission at tlio public schools.
CIVIC FEDERATION SLUMP
The National Civic federation was
once a name In conjure v.lth. The
change that ha., emtio over the former
exalted Institution Is apparently duo
to the name eautet that led to ti Blump
In the high otate uf the louil organ
ization ascinntDR Mtzcrnlnity over nil
cur ilUc affairs.
A New York exchange tells the
Mory of how Ralph M. i:.isley or&itn
li:r of the .Nation il hod), returned
troi'.i his summer vacation to lind that
a good share of his most prominent
Lupportera had lesieued. Anionu theic
wete Cornelius HIUs, i:iucrton McMII
Hn, II. II. Vre.lainl nnd John .Mitchell
and other leaders of the labor men of
j(. Viiilous causes nro a iu Ik ned for tho
ondlttoii. The men mentioned trout
thu tide ot capital huvo.nll said that
Arises between labor nnd itipltul bav
in c pasted, their prlwito affairs du
iianded their whole time, but fur fcdm)
Cf'thu other men who uio no longer
Jartliularly Inlenuted uuuther btuty
( The labor men nru no longer active.
ft It, usscrtril; heiauso of the bcveie
tt IttcluHi j.istu.f by toniu of the up-e.i-ntathiM
of capital on the cam
ralgu belnil conducted hy tho National
Pcdcralloii uf Labor against certain
taudldalrs fur thu National Iliiuiu ut
lepre'cnlallves. They believed Hint
ho iritlcistn was unwarranted nnd III
lined. Tho reasons for tho wlthdtuw
Is lioiu the other side alo moro mini
iruiM. 1 One of llicio Is bald to be the objec
tion of some of thu members) In till
luslunss methods ot thu feileiatou
J I'hey nic ull biibluess men and were
ilsplcatrd at the manner lu .which the
liraira ot tuo organizaiiun were con
2 Another nhjiilloti was bald to be the
tat power uf Mr. Kusley lilmsilt
lit It Ion to his power as tecrrtary
executive count! . nnd lilnhcst
'laid odlclal of thu organization, It U
issertea tnai nr did not uesiinio io mi
Lacancles on committees and other
Jilnces, which niithorlty projicrly he
longed to Iho piebldent, The, bclcctlou
bf tho comiuittec to Invcstlgutu mUiiic-
Ipnl ownership In Continental cities
caused much Ill-feeling, It was na
sertcd thai In innMng I ho appointment'
u( the (iimnillleo men who had jnct
Joined the federation wire selected and
elder members wero Ignored.
11 was In the election nt Mr lletinont
pitsiilcul also (hat theic was some
III feeling by friends o( Oatar S. Strata
Mr. Straus. II h bsmi itl. vwn .tlio ml ,
useful memher of tho I'cdcratlon, ot
wide experience, extensive nciiualnt-
nuicshlp with conditions and a gcmi-l
Itio and dislnleicslcd luvo for the wink.
llo wan the Kedciatlou'ii vice ptcsldcnl.
lind after the death of Mark ilamu
vwis supposed to ho the logical sucics
lor lu the Senator from Ohio.
Mr. Delmon'. whllo nccr pellicular
'ly active In the work, had hecn a Blip
iiorter irf ItK mini. iittrlliic his scull-
j incuts tiy substantial evidence. When
he was elected friends of Mr. Btraus
weru hurl, nllhough there was nothing
said or Indicated hy him tn show that
Mr. Btraus entertained similar senti
ments. H Is llio old ttory ot full-blooded
Aiuei leans icvoltlng against nno man
rule, and disgust with the hypocrisy ot
an organization that dnhhliM in politics
while dcclailtiK Ittclf nbovo such con
siderations. "Shoemaker stick to your
last," Is an old Haying that applies, to
Civic Federation particularly when the
organization stmts out with u theory
that suggests "freedom from aspirations
that nro of the eaith earthly.
Stanford I'nlv entity. Aug.
O. 1. Klllolt. registrar of
University, said today that the en-
trance icglslratlou li 10 per lent l.ngT
than the number nt this time last year.
.,, nn ...a ini-.i ,..,it,.t
n"olal f 3 "Ilea mi far. making this
A slight drop In the number of old-
rr students Is expected hy Dr. Clllott,
us many have been arfected by the now
order of thing, hut this will nut offset
the Increase In now students.
"It Is rather perplexing," said Dr.
r.lllott, "to sea the attendance lncrihs
lug when It would natutally be expect
ed to dlnilnlsii, hut from my obt,crv.i
II. ...H ll.l ........Im ... lllA ,,,,.1 flf l(l
pair I think we will be amply uhlo tol,""'s Vnln the olil hargo Melan;
suptdy the nesds of u full registration.
Piofessor C. II. Mard of the engi
neering commission, said this noon:
The plastering ami work on the build
ings which will bo occupied by classes
will all be done shortly oiler August
:s, If not before."
Whcn-n woman Isu't afrnld of being
rained on It's u sign of ll'a her own
Any man can gel n reputation for
Knowing morn than he does If ho will
keep his mouth shut,
it inn) be ungodly to He to a woman
uboitt how beautiful she Is. but It's
mighty easy to be popular that way.
i;ilher you tell tho people the trulb
about themselves nnd nrc hated by
them for n boor, or you don't, nnd
cicryliody else denounces )oit for 4
A nlro thing about having your fam
ily nwuy for tho summer Is no matter
how late )ou come homo in the morn
lug )ou don't have to take jour shoes
off to go upstairs.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin (jives a complete summary of
the nnwe ol the day.
- m. it a -r j -Tyf
j-J"- VTiJ.VVP"wT" .
MINT .lNf uac Aoturj,
Maklkl District, Klnau St. Lot
50x00. Six Rooms, Price $1900
Puunul Tract, near Country Club,
mannlflcent building site $1500
Kallhl, cor. Lot at good eleva
tion, 105x150 700
Kalmukl, half acre, Just one block
from Car lln WOO
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
CORNER, FORT and MERCHANT 8te.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sta.
li going to be the leader
in attractions at Halelwa,
Rooms are In demand and
there wilt not be accom
modations for all who
would o. Reserve now.
St. Clair Bidgood,
C. L. Wight Quits
C, I,. Wight has resigned from the
llCftllt-ltll lndnnt.AK.liln .. ,1... t.l.n.
,,,,, steam Nm, ',, Cum,1(liy.
Tlio announcement nils made thu
morning nnd cornea In the nature of u
surprise. Mr. Wight leaves thu posi
tion which tip has held since the iun
lolldatlon of the steamship lines to
taku another position,
The Inter-Island company lo3es 111
assistant manager with much regret
mid It Is s-ild rcmomtcreil him in a
very pleasing fashion when he ten
dcred his teslgnatlon, which was re.
tiiitantly accepted.' Mr. Kennedy hud
little tnsny on the mutter, other than
that Mr, Wight leaves not on account
of any dissatisfaction cither on his own
part or that of the company, hut sim
ply because the Inducements ottered
him by n not hit loncem mo superior
to what hn could gel with the steam
Mr. Wight bus been ueslstnnt man
ager of the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company since the consolida
tion, llcfore that ho was for many
years president of the Wilder Steam
ship Company. He Is rccognV.cd as
one ot tho foremost engineers In the
Islands and Is probably as well ac
quainted with General conditions hero
ns nny man In Hawaii, having lived
hero for over 20 years.
Mr. Wight returned on tho Alameda
September 7 from an extended trip
through the States, to New York, tin
tlrcnt Likes, Uonhuda nnd Cuba,
where he went to get data for the Ini-
('"'vement of the lntcr-.il.iiu. system.
fur the benefit of the company.
It is stated that Mr. Wight Is consid
ering the acceptance ot an Important
position In Honolulu, unl tho an
nouncement ot his acceptance Is ox
Mr, Wight's icslguatlon Is to go lute
effect October 1.
The work of unloading the Sherl-
thou was continued yesterday, and
this part of the work will soon bo con
cluded. As soon ns tho nnchnrs nro
out, preliminary preparations will bo
practically concluded and tho real
test will he made, -that of pulling tho
vessel oft tho rocks.
Tho Weekly Edition ot the Evening.
Bulletin giver a compieto summary of
tlm news of tho dty. For 81 a year.
Socrates Lived in a Tub
It was hit own. He understood tho
ptcacure of ownership.
He Owned His Home
Many unthinkingly pay rent year after
year. Let us sell you a home or a lot,
to that you may v
Own a Home Yourself
and not pay tribute to a landlord. If
one can build a house and afford to
rent it to you It certainly looks as tho'
it were cheaper to build or buy and
pay rent to yourself.
RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT 3T.
cr Ever) -Day-Wear
Boys and Girls
come as near be
ing perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Arc Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
Little Tudor Rompers
give a, pleasing variety to
wearers of the Play Suits.
We have just received a new
shipment of all three.
AGES: J fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
To The Manchuria
The temporary repairs to tho Man
ehurla, to fit Ifcr for her return Io
San Kninclsro, are under way and tho
vessel Is being cleaned nnd the evi
dences of her slay on tho tucks of
Wnlmnnaln Hay removed ns far as
possible. Today Bomo ot (lie gear
Used In rescuing her from her danger
ous position was being unloaded to
ho placed upon Iho Restorer ntl used
In tho salving uf Ilia Manchuria's sis
ter ship, thu Mongolia.
Aside from the cracked holler Bad
dies thero Is little lu Iho way of re
pairing that needs to ho dono on tho
Mnnehutla before she reaches Ban
Kninclscn. Captain Melcalf Is still lu
charge of tho work, and will be until
he leaves on the Restorer tomonow
Tho big liner li Hi lit an object of
curiosity In many here, and a InrRO
number of ctirloiiB spectators hnvo
been down to the wharf since she
cnine In, tn look nt her nnd sco what
effects she shows of her stay on Hid
rocks. Everybody expresses great sur
prise that the vessel does not show
greater signs of Injury. Tlio unini
tiated would hardly know that she hni
had nny experience out of the ordi
nary. It wilt probably ho nearly two
weeks before she is ready to proceed
to Snn Kranclsco.
MGHD 11 IS
(III. mil GAHY
Tho namo of Richard I.nne, tho bro
ther of John iJino, Is being prominent
ly mentioned for tho captaincy of the
mounted police which was mndo in
tnnt hy tho recent denth of Captain
Sam Leslie. Ine hns an excellent
reputation as an efficient officer, hnv'
Ing been on the mounted force for
Bcvcrnl years, and is strongly support
ed for the place by his brother ofllccis
ns well as by several prominent poli
ticians. Welcome Assistance.
Unexpected. qsnlsUnco has como t3
the btrntidcd Ijier .Mongolia In the nr
rlve( nt Jlhhwiy of tlio Japanese train
ing ship Aragawn olf the island. A
cnbtqiceclred from Midway this morn
ing stated that tho Japanese vessel had
been sighted from the Mongolia, which
signaled to her, nnd that tho (mining
ship had responded by coming In and
standing by, Jjracljier or not oho will
make nny attempt In pull tho Mon
golia off tho rik'ks Is nnt yet decided,
but it Is tinder, tood that .negotiations
are in progressbetween the Ban Kran
clsco office ot the Pacific Mall and the
Jnpancso (lovcrnment with a view Io
cbtnlning the aid of tho Aregawn.
The Arngnwa was on her way to
Honolulu when sighted by the Mou
golla, Sho Is n vessel of 11,700 tons
register, and should bo able to reader
great assistance to tho wrecked liner
Entire Output Of
Frank C. Enos, returned today from
the Coast, whtu'ho went us tho repre
sentation of the Tropic Krult Co. Hu
succeeded In placing Iho entlro year's
output of the company, IicIiik esti
mated! nt 15,000 cases of pineapples,
with the Arm ol J. II. Spoilt! & Co. ot
Sail Kranclsco.'' Tills concern was mi
pleased with Iho proposition that it
orfcred to contract to take the entire
output for the years, but tho iicroIIu
(tons for this havo not been completed.
A gamo of baseball will he phjol
at tho Quccn'sjyurd tomorrow at 3:30
p. in, between tho Normnls and tho
Royals. Tho Royal Schools will ho
Victor Joseph,, c; Manuel Munlz, pi
KtiRcno Carvalho, lb; John I)., 2b;
Chnilcy Spencer, 3b; Knbock, us;
George, If; vVofroy, rfj Kenneth, cf.
A wnrarnt was Issued today from tho
olllcu of II, S. DlRtrlct Attorney HricU'
una for the arrest of n Chinaman
named Chin Pong, on n charge of buy
ing government proporty. Tho case
was brought 19 tho uttcntlon of tho at
torney general by tlio locul army au
thorities. A writ of execution wna Issued todny
Io High Sheriff Henry In tho caso ot
W. O. Smith vs. Mary K. Nott. The
writ, Is to satisfy u Judgment ot
The Carvalho murder cafce, which
was tn come before tho Grand Jury lo
ony had becn'put over to noxt Wed
nesday. Weekly Bulletin 81 per year.
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU.
I have been regularly nominated by
the Republican County Convention for
the olllco of '
SENATOR, COUNTY OF OAHU,
and I hereby toloclt tho votes of tho
Ulcctors ot tho County.
C. F. CIULLINGWOUTII.
MRS. O. D. ROBINSON.
Ewtry Woman in America It IntirttUt
tn jiis woman t nxpetunet.
HER HEALTH DESTROYtD
BY PELVIC CATARRH.
"Pe-ni'na has prolonged my
life and made a ntw woman ot
mc."-'Mr. O. D. Robinson,
Mrs. 0. 1). ltoblnson, 4.1 Ht. Felix St,,
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes i
"I have taken Peruna and It did me
more good than all my two tears'
treatment by tpcclal physicians.
"I can really say that 1 feel like
another person. No mora swollen feet
and limbs. No moro bloating of Hie
alslnmen. No mnroshort ness of brent h.
No moro stiff nnd soro Joints. Yon
have no Idea what your treatment has
dono for mo. It hns prolonged my life
and mndo a now woman of me,
"O, sucA a blessing I hare retelyed
throuwh your kindness. Doctor, and
the assistance ot the medicine which
you so klndly.prcscrlhed.
"I nm ahlo to w orlc since I began your
treatment, but beforo I was not able to
help myself, -much less do any work.
All pralso Is duo to Dr. llartinan and
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa la for sale by the following drug
gists and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
- Citizenship Law?
The new naturalization luws-,whlcir.
wero pushed nt iho last Lcsslon of"
Congress arc ot much interest to n
great ninny people In these Islands
and particularly at Iho present time.
Under tho law nt present and wnlcb
will ho In fnrco till Sept. 27, nil nllen
who resided In this Territory for llvo
yenrs prior to the annexation, enn
become a citizen without tjelay. Un
der tho old laws, which en Into force'
on the date mentioned, It will bo nec
essary In 11 case of Ibis kind for the
nllen to take out preliminary papers
and wait for two years beforo being
able to gel his final papcra of citizen
ship. The following n'ntement on tho mat
ter ban been Issued by Clerk Frank
Hatch of Jiiilgo Dole's court:
"Tho new Naturalisation Act of
June 2D, llilO. Inking effect on Sep
tember :7, lltOC, repeals mod of tho
r.ectlons of Iho Revised Statute!) of
tho United S'alea relative to tho nat
uralization of nlletiH. Tho repealing
clause rends ns follows:
'Sec. 27. That Sections 21(15, 2107,
21C.S, 2173 of tlio Revised StatutCH of,
(he United S'liteu nnd Section 39 of
Chapter 1012 of tho Statutes at Largo
of Iho United Stales for Iho year 1003,
and all Ads nnd partB of Acts Incon
sistent with or repugnnnt to tho pro
visions of this Ail, uro hereby re
pealed.' "This claitso Is thought to repeal
Iho provisions of tho Organic Act
making those eligible for clllreiishlp
who lesliled lu tho Hawnlluu Islands
llvo years prior to annexation, namely
Juno 1 1, 1905. If such bo tho effect
of tho new Naturalization Act, thoso
who havu resided In tho Islands five
yenrs prior to annexation nnd who nro
1 en I ly dislroits of becoming citizens
of tho United Slates, unless they taka
advantage of tlio piiivlslnns of tho Or.
ganlc Act beloto September 27, 190(1,
will ho subjected In tho provisions of
the new Natnuillzntlou Act, one ot
tho requirements of which being tlio
tnkltifi out of Intention papers nnd a
consequent wait of two years there
niter beforo naturalization can bo per
fected. A blight young man waa engaged In
a desultory cimvcnintltm with a prom
inent llnuuclcr of 11 uinst cioiiomkal
disposition, when the ureal man sud
denly Invited attention to the null of
riot lies bo was then we.iring.
"I havo never believed," said lie, "In
paving fancy prices for ctit-to-measuio
garments. Now, hem's 11 suit for which
I paid J8.B0. Appearances nro very do
ceptlw. If I told you I purchased II
for $30 you'd probably believe that to
bo tho truth."
"I would If ou had told ma my tele
phone," replied Ih'o younu man.
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, Don't that sound good? There It perfection In all thlno,s and without
fear of denial, we believe we can claim our candlet are near perfection.
Tho candynuker here Is an expert and la alwayt furnished with first
clast supplies. '
You can get any knd at The Palm, Including Chocolates, CreamiTaf
lies, Etc. . T
If you prefer Imported candy and want the beat atk for LOWNEY'8
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under practical supervision.
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wo always keep on hand of
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