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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1906. '
Published Every Iwy Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by tbe
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rect statement of circulation for tbe
week ending Oct. 12, IMC., ol (be Dal
ly and weekly editions of the Even
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct C ........ 2G?0
Monday, Oct. 8 ;....2450
Tuetday, Oct. 9 2374
Wednetday, Oct. 10 2480
Thursday, Oct. 11 2381
rrlday,, Oct. 12 237C
Average dally circulation 2446
Circulation of Weekly" Bulletin.
Tuetday, Oct. 9, 1906 2480
Number of weeklies delivered on
the litand of Hawaii alon 1094
combined guarantied average
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ISKAL October, A. D. 19UG.
1 H. BUUNBTTE.
Notary Public, 1'lrst Judicial Circuit.
.OCT 13. IDCiti.
"All) how, (huso 'spots' will he
knocked off lauheu In Novombcr."-Adu-rtlser
BECOMES TEST OF UPRIGHT AME
RICANISM It Is not unexpected that an effort
sliould bo made to cjiilvt tho con
sciences of any douhtliiK members of
the Anti-Saloon League by assuring
them that political treachery In In
deed political "reform" and tho prin
ciples of chic unci party honor which
tbo leading citizens of Hawaii have
preached to the. Hawaiian are mere
trifles of tbo hour, to bo put'nsldo
when selfish Interest points other
wise. Every man whose conscience Is not
absolutely seared with moral Indlffer
dice or h)ocrlsy Knows that good
government cannot he advanced by
cutting louse from those anchors of
lair anil honorable dealing which es
tablish civic as well us pergonal char-
ni.lAi lnt, wlin Imoiitnn niiinln,. nf
tlto public conscience aru certainly
not approaching an average Ideal if
they adopt methods of the political
wonthcr-vnne corriillnnlsts, who are
all things to all men.
Moral weakness oozes from ovory
letter and sentiment of tho statement
that for nny reason "good citizens
with moral causes to serve, havo
come to avoid primaries at things
; calling for a useless expenditure of
. f breath and force."
t this bo true, tho good citizen
with a moral causo Is a traitor to bis
country lff ho bo an American.
Indeed, what a statement that Is to
be offered us the excuso or the oxpla
ration for tho action or lack of action
of any man, any American!
Could anything more completely
epitomize everything that Is opposed
to upright, decent Americanism?
Is It possible to propose a inori
cold-blooded overthlciw of every prin
ciple that has been cnibluzoned on
tbe tablets of American virtue, honor
and .dignity, than to Ritggest that good
citizens with a moral c-auso uold pri
maries? It is as Impossible for Ihu holiest
men of tho Anti-Saloon League or any
other league of honorable American
citizens to subscrlbu to such u, senti
ment as tho utterance Is unworthy a
place In tho tenets of American fullli.
Slnoo tho campaign against tbo Ho
publican candidate Is based on such
o flimsy causo, and supported by such
thoroughly un-American appeals, It
must Indeed ho true, as tho Ilullotlu
has suggested, that the Antl Haloou
Lcaguo In calling tho voters to ballot
far a reform administration could not
contemplate casting votes for op.
ponentg of tho Hepiibllcan candidates.
FOR 01TY IMPROVEMENT
In these days a gieat deal Is said
nnd written on civic Improvement.
Ouo of tho simplest and most easily
obtained reforms along this lino U
neglected to u great extent.
.There should bu an ordinance) In
very city restricting tho building of
bouses too near tho sidewalk on res
idence streets, The framing and en
forcement of such an ordinance u fowl
jeurs ago In certain California towns
would have preserveil those vlstus ot
lawn and shrubbery which aru so
beautiful a part of every city. It
takes but two or three ohtruslvo bun
CANDIDATES PROMISING EVERYTHING
lVcsidcnt Roosevelt in one of his notable utterances on political
nctivitj spoke as follows:
A promise is as limliii on the stump as off the stump, and there
are two facets to that crystal. In the first place, the man wlp makes a
promise which he does not intend to keep and does not trv to keep
should rightly be adjudged to hae forfeited in tome degree what should
be ever man's most precious possession his honor. (Applause.) On
the other hand, thy public that exacts a promise which ought not to be
kept, or which cannot be kept, is liv just so much forfeiting its right to
self-gomntnent. (Applause.) There is no surer way of destiojing the
rapacity for self-government in a people than to accustom that people
ro demanding the impossible or the improper from its public men. No
man fit to be ;t public man will promise cither the impossible or the tin
ptoper; and if the demand is made tliat he shall do so it means putting
a premium upon tbe unfit in public life. (Great applaue.)
There is the' same sound reason for distrusting the man who prom
ices ion iiiui'li in mihlic that there is for distrusting the man who prom
ises too much in private limitless. If ou meet a doctor who asserts that
he has a specific remedy that will cure all the ills to which human llesh
is heir, distrust him. lie hasn't got-iit. If you meet the business man
who vociferates that he is alwavs selling everything to ou at a loss, and
ou continue to deal with hint, 1 am glad if ou stiller for it. (Ap
plause.) Any man who promises as a result of legislation or adminis
tration the millennium is making a promise which he will find difficulty
Any man who asserts that by any law it will be jiossible, out of hand,
to make all humanity good and wise, is again promising what he cannot
Hut important though the law is, though the administration of the
law is, we can never escape having to face the fundamental truth that
neither begins to he of the decisive imixirtance that the average man's
own character which is and must ever be the determining factor m his
kttccess or failure in life.
i i ii
galows set stolidly down In somo one's
Iroiit-yurd to utterly spoil the vista of
n street for many blocks and render
broken and unattractive what might
have been a pleasure) to look upon.
Honolulu has as el not suffered to
any large extent from this pest of th
I rout-yard dwelling, but Ihu very fact
that It has not makes the matter ot
molding It u much simpler problem.
Prevention Is bettter than cure any
chtv. and a word to the wise should
This age of hurry and bustle and ac
tivity, ol chronic congestion In evc"-y
lino or work. Is shown as strongly In
the matter of building as anyw-nere
rite. As land becomes more valuable
and "near In" property ,U-ht a pro
mliim for renting purposes -the same
fcplrlt which causes tbo, driver of a
public 'bus lino to crowd "In pasren
gcrs till over body steps on somebody
else's toes, takes possession of tl.o
householder and he Immediately
creels a bungalow in bis back-yard
or possibly converts a, ready-niadcl
barn Into one. This ho rents for a
goodly sum and ought to bo satisfied,
lint no; not content with carrying
double, he. conceives the Idea of using
bis front lawn as tho site ot a third
lottAgo-niid lu, two months' time the
builder's art has planted a third
l.ouse. Its veranda It Isn't big enough
to rejoice In tho name of lanal al
most Hush with the sidewalk.
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
. uaiit j
P l4,Jv3f hmitMiMi -tNtuAj.i Kinr
A leasehold near Kaplolanl Park,
Walklkl: has 13 year to run at an
annual rental of $6.00. 8lze of lot,
100x200. Improvements worth $300
on premises Price $600. for quick
A home on Prospect Street; Area
of lot, 7500 sq. ft. Modern house of
eight rooms. Stables, etc. A bargain
Henrr WalerhousB Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
richer. In beauty the street h more
than that poorer, mid the town grail
ually takes on the nppearanco of ul
tra commercialism which Is utterly at
variance with the traits which a well
bred and strictly patrician residence
town should possess.
Just what the pi escribed number of
feet should ho between sidewalk and
house lino Is a ciucsllon which would
liavo to ho carefully considered by
those In a position best to know. That
at least twenty feet should be devoted
to grass nnd flowers is a most conser
vative restriction, while there should
bo no limit as to the lengthening of
ipace, tho more the better.
If a City Council or Hoard of Super
visors can regulate the hours at
which a merchant may wash his side
walk and shciw-w Indows on a down
town Btrec-t; If It shall prehcilbe rules
as to the width of tho sldewulks and
tho kind nf gutter and curb a mas,
shall have, the slzo of bis newer-pipes
and the kind of plumbing he shall
have, surely It must have the right to
make a fow sensible building restric
Moving and Paying
Wrinkles and Old Age
Better call In at our of
fice and learn how to own
a splendid home for
Better Inquire and save
938 FORT ST.
8EE OUR WINDOWS '
FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
" Monday, the 15th"
o OF o
As the Name Suggests, This Sal will
Begin - ft I
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT 8 A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE 80LD
AT THE LOW PRICES
that have made EHLER8' 8ALE8
In coin the owner Is $20,
tions. The subject Is at least worth
consideration by our Improvement
Club leaders. ,
PROMOTING POLITICAL INSTABILITY
Hut as time went by, the Hawaiian
becamo imore stable In their politics
and while reasonably Independent In
local voting, they arc not now so like
ly as they were to bo Home Rulers
today, Republicans tomorrow and
Democrats next week. Advertiser,
An shining exnmplen of this lotorni
ed Impression of tho Democratic or-
(an let us contemplate:
Lfiarles llroad, who appealed to tho
Republican party a few weeks ago for
nomination to th? Territorial Senate,
and, falling to obtain It, Btralghtwny
went over to tbo Democrats nnd wan
Also Joo Pern, who sat In the Ite
publican nominating convention and
with equal suddenness and ease rltd
Into the, ranks of Linked nnd tho Ad
vertiser: Alio M. A. Sllvn, who was elected
to tho Hepiibllcan Territorial Convcu
lion by Republicans and, having uk-i-lstcd
In tho nomination of Dclegato
Kuhlo, returned homo to accept con
dldacy for Representative from the
Pour Ih District on the Democratic
We leave It to the calm dellhcrit
lion of honest citizens. Can honest
(.nv eminent bo obtained from the rep
lesentntives ot n party which snne
Ilium thoroughly un-American parti
Tho -morning paper either lied In
l!)i I In its comment on tho change
ability of tho bead of Its County tick
et or It, Is lying now, and Is Indeed
promoting to tho best of Its ability
the very poll leal Instability which U
generally accepted to ho tho worst
eiiriny of good government and reform
administration In Hawaii.
Rocmevelt says "The liar Is no whit
better than tho thief."
MISREPRESENTED ONE, WHY NOT
Tho political organ that attacked
laukea In 1D04 by every invention of
Innuendo and ridicule now confesses.
"Ills political opponents, Including
IhlHj paper, searched bis official rec
ord with microscopes nnd could find
no flaw of dishonesty."
The same paper Is now attacking
Sheriff llrown'jwllh greater enthusi
asm ormallce, ' It has not substan
tiated a sliiglooharge ngalnst him.
Roosevelt najs, "The soul nf every
scoundrel Is gladdened whenever or
honest man Is assailed, or even when
a scoundrel Is' untruthfully assault
lie ho honest man or scoundrel, th
organ confesses that It untruthful!;
nns.iiilted laukea. The record for mi
truthful assault goes further than
laukea Incidents. It now iucliidei
Honest citizens do not flock with
the scoundrel, for "tho liar Is no whll
belter than tho thief".
Chllllngwortli, McCandlet-K nud
Smith, tho Republican nonilnmi for the
HeuJte, nie nil good men who havo been
prominent In puhllc life, while Mr.
fhtlllngwnrth has not had tho exper
ience of the others In legislative en
lecfmcnl, he has always shovyu IiIiuhcII
to be a hi avi', fc.it less and haM-work-lug
ulticliil and Ills friends can be
counted by Hit) hundreds both In the
Koiirth nnd the Klfili Representative
Districts. Theiu Is no need to remind
llio public of the effoit that waic made
nearly two years ugo to down Chllllng
wortli, blacken his character nnd ruin
his future. Then ho was Deputy Hher
lir under Arthur Drown, but nothing
wns ever profed against either of them
and they came out of their trouble with
cleaner hands than their trudiuers.
Chllllngwilrth, as a young Hawaii
an, la naturally pioud of tho nomina
tion ho received at tho bands of thn
Republican party and lie has since ex
pressed himself us being' very glad that
the opportunity has been afforded him
of showing what ho can do. He will be,
found among the hardest wnrkern In
tho Semite, Interested In whutever leg
islation lie uuy deem best for tho Ter
ritory. 'Mr. McCandless and Mr. Smith ate
well known to tho people of Oahu
that It lt needleiis to say that they will
leielve the hearty support of the
stialght Republican ticket.
With three men like these, following
tho lead ot tlu Hepiibllcan Delegate to
Congiess lit tbo head or tho Republican
ticket, there should bo no talk ol
scratching, although It Is possible that
u few of tho Mugwump soiebeads may
lry.te. elect u Democratic or Hume
rardnn mo, but
If you were going to rent your farm
to a man, you would feel surer of get
ting your money If the man had had
Lome oxpeileiicn In farming, wouldn't
J oil? If )ou hud a Job, a steady Job,
und you knew I here was going to bu n
change of maniigeis In tho business
that hires jou, you would feel safer It
you knew that the Incoming manager
hud had experience In managing our
line of business, would you not? You'd
feel more certain of his running th?
business succ I'ssfully, wouldn't you?
You'd feel surer of holding your Job,
wouldn't you? If you aro hustling
around for u Job you would rather get
one, If you could, In a business that Is
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
Robust Women Who Owe their Restored Health and
Usefulness to Pe-ru-na.
Read the Letters of Grati
tude From Women Who
Have Been Benefited
By Dr. Hartman's
Advice. . ,
A Multitude of Such Letters
Are Received Every Year.
A TYPICAL LETTER.
Mrs. Carry l'eduzzi, I.lnitd,N. Dak,,
" take pletiure In letting you thai
through your wonderful medicine I
am entirely cured ot catarrh ot the
atomach and pelvic organs.
"I was so rundown on account of my
Illness that I could no longer attend to
my housework. I could no' oat or
sleep and had terrible pain In my back.
"1 took l'oruna and In five months I
was well. I havo not felt so well for a
"1 wish evoryone who Is sick would
take l'crnna and thus roeovor their
'I liavo l'eruna In tho houio con
tliiually. I thank you for all that you
tiave uono for me,"
A Medicine of Merit.
Ml Ratio A. Washer, lTOtl Frentlco
street, Louisville, Ky., writes :
Mi my experience hat been ao
favorable from the use of Peruna, I
unhesitatingly state that I believe that
It Is a medicine of unauestloned merit
tor all the Ills that net women suffer
"I find that It strengthens and In
fuses new llfo Into tho aystem, and
whenever 1 feel rundown or ovcr-tlred,
a few doies of l'oruua will strengthen
round a Mend In Need Peruna.
Mrs. I'lorenco Altkcns, 1101 Front HI.,
Toledo, Ohio, writes:
"Peruna cured me of catarrh of the
uterus. I took about four bottles when
I noticed en Improvement and five
ooiues curea me.
"I do not know what I would have
been Hko to-day had I not obtained
Poruna, for 1 was In a torrlble state.
"1 had pains all over and was cross
and trrltablo. I was losing hopo of ever
being well again.
"lam to-day a well woman alter sut
uring tor nine months. I cannot tell
you how happy I feel, but you will
"l'eruna Is tho best mcdU-Ino on earth.
"My husband Is now taking it and I
will always keep l'eruna In my house.
"l'orunu Is the best friend I ever bad.
It cured ine."
For special directions everyone should rend "The Ilia of Life," a copy of which surroundo each bottle. Po
runa Is for cale by the following druggists and will supply tho retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
Smith A Co., Hobron Drucj Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
run by nn cxncrfcnced manager, vvouhl
n't ou? Kor you'd figure It out Hint
emr Job would be more likely to pan
out, to he u steady one, wouldn't J on 7
When nu tale n ride on n rallrnul
train, you wouldn't feel particularly
comfiiit'ihle If, Just before the tiuln was
to flt.irt, )i:u raw n voting dry good"
clerk ellmh up Into the engine cab ami
begin lei nnk thn lover. Now would
jou? You would not want to be wont
ing nt tho mouth of n initio und know
that n poet was running (he hoisting
engine, would you? You'd be nfrnlil
of your corpus, oh?
"1 hat's what."
Now, when It comes to politics elon'l
nii think n man ought Hi try to show
Just ns gooil renso In voting nH he does
In his Irudn or his business. laukea Is
long cm promise.!, wo can till agree mi
that; hut llrnwii has got the engineer's
license. He's been over tho ro.id. Hut
laukea claims he has nil entirely now
method, n method of hhj own for run
ning tho Sheilrf shop's steam holler
He's crazy to try his new met noil If
hhc busts, she can bust. Drown main
tains, though. Hint you can't monkey
with n steam engine. 'Twcint do tn let
tho water get too low and you'vo got tu
shovel toniethlng besides nlr Into tho
Judge Dole Hands Down
Decision In Federal
Judge Dolo In tho I'cileral Court
handed down a decision In thn matter
of a pe.ition tn fix tho amount of com
pciiHatluu dun tho DUhop Tliist Com
pany, Limited, for acting as tiusteo
lii tho Hart & Co. bankiiipti-y suit,
Tho trusted claimed "as cnnipensa
tlonfor Its ordinal y services as such
liuslec tho sum or $122.8(1 und ns ad
ditional compensation for Its seiv.
Ices In so conducting said business
tho sum or JZSS 70."
Tho decision states that tho ells
Unction between ordinary services
und for additional services is a nils
take often nindo In such proceedings.
Under tho luw tho compensation is
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America It the Lnnd or Nervous
The majority of women aro nervous
because they suffer from some form of
pelvic catarrh. .
'Tho greatest obstaclo 111 the way of re
covery Is that they do not understand
that catarrh Is tho main source of their
Women who aro in doubt as to their
ailments should write to Dr. Ilurtiiuin,
rretldeuteifThe Itiirliuaii H.inlliirlnin,
Columbia, Ohio, who will give, their let-
U-rs prompt attention, wlthuiit charge
Silver Cfoth Brushes
Make handsome, useful presents for men. Wc have marly new ones
In great variety. Cee our new line of TOILET GOODS.
H. F. WICHMAN &'cO., Ltd,,
limited to tho fro of $5 nnd commls
lions cm nil uiono.m clliiiuiscii nf
them oh may ho allowed by tho remit.
On this uicount the Judge excludes
the trteory of ciidlnary it it il additional
rcrvlc-cR as iclatlng tn two different
clnsses of compensation,
Thn pay of tho tius'ce, therofoio.
In thh case, h limited tu Hut eummls
hlmiff mentioned nn tho total nmoiiut
of money which II iIIhIhiihch, iih
hhuwii by lis accounts of Its udnituls
tuition, anil Is lcfcrn'd to iho cleik
for iomiiitatlon, such ic.mpviisiilliin
In ho paid n ft cr lhu Kei vices of tho
trustee urn fully tendered,
Tho motion for nppinwtl of nddl
llonal exicudltui'eB Ine-iiiird Jit the
engagement of nn exlin'einiiliije 'ci
perfoini elcrlcnl und nllini sei vices
ut nn expeiiMi of (hi n tiionlli fur
three months, umiiiiuiliig In $l"u. Is
allowed, us that oxpendlluie if s-illi
fuetorlly shown tn ho "expeiiMej; me
essarlly Inclined" fn the pciriiiitinncr
of tho tnisteo'H duties.
IN SUPREME COURT
Tho enso of Iho Wnlaluu Agilfil
lural Company vs. Tlie, Oahu II. I..
Co., oq nppeal fiom thu Circuit Court,
where Judge Llndsiiy allowed tho
plaintiff $IWin, was argued thin iiioin
lug before, the Hupiemo Court 'unci
Mlbml'lod. Thu ems Is In i elation to
the lent of eeiliilu lands near the
Hulclwa (Intel which 'the rnjlipail
company ngieed to pay n ''iiiliilmum
fair peiceutagn ol tho total lcntnl paid
lor the entile body nf land" now tin
eler lease) to tho JVnlahi.i Company
I mm tho Illshup Kntire. Tho two
companion wcuo itnalilo tn ngreo cm
Iho rental, and neither weio ngieo
ablo to Iho ileclslou of Judgo I.lud
hay, so tho case ban been taken In tho
higher court for derision.
The Weekly Kdltlon of tho Evening
Kullettll elves ii rnmnlete Rtimmirv nf
the news ot the day. For SI a year,
Ml Anna McGinn, 101 l'laln street,
Providence, R, I,,wrltcot
"I wish to let you know of tbo good
your medicine has clono for mo.
"I bod what tho doctors called heart
trouble., I bad been doctoring for
jenr before I tried your reruns.
"I goto holtlo of jour l'eruna and
after a week's iiso of it 1 bognu to feel
belter. 1 could not oat, sleep, or welrk,
but I have nt last found that the medi
cine thai w 111 euru mo Is l'urnn "
Into the realtrs or Santa Claus by the
buyer of Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd., has
resulted In their bringing to Honolulu
the largest nnd most complete stock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS ever
brought to the Islands. These goods
aro now being opened up and tho gen
eral public Is Invited to call and see
Wall, Nichols Go,,
ihe iciisN mm
Ilefnro Inilgn Do Holt this- moiiiliu
Ktitlo t)IS30ll wdi glllllled n dlvciieo
fri)i Wlllluin tllfhon cuil the grounds
cif exlicnm iruolty. Tho use w.ui lath
er liileii'tllng III Milne elii)n iih I'hlllp
Dodge. te3tlf)lug by ie pli.lnlllT, lld
nf lic.iilug iiiic-h u iiiiupiui In Iho hoirci
of tho OIkmiii'k that "evni the Iceman
Hopped tn seo what wine the ninller."
OIrsciii put In no Ir-cllninnv III his ih
(cmki mid the plulullli w.ih iilluweil the
ellvoico nt-I-rcl with $T) per mouth ror
Sugar nwalllng nhlpmenl mi llavvnll
for Iho v.oek ending Oct. ltli: Ol.in,
lfi,r,0tl; WuLikm llj.nuii; Wnlnnkii,
K.IMlj Omimen, 8123; Ilaknlnii, 21,. '
y-, Luiipahiiehoi', KM"; Klikiilh.ielo,
UiiiOj Iloiimpo, Z'iVJ.
. , , '
Miss N. II, Cooper nirlvcd fiom tho
Stales today on thu riuiioma. .
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