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EVENING mil.l.KTIM, llONOMIMJ. T. II.. THURSDAY. DKC. 13. IWtO.
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Pacific Stated Election.
ariose Croix Communication
Honolulu Commandery Regu
lar 7:30 p. m,
All visiting member! .of tba
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of1 local lodiee.
HARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. 0. O. P. '
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
In 1 O. O. FJ HaH, Fort itrevt. ,
E. n. HKNDHy. Secretary.
C O, IIOTTKU N. 0.
All visiting hro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. at P.
Meett every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'rlork In K. of P. Hall, Kiilf
it reel. Visit Iny brother cordially In
Ucrf (n attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO.
F. Vi'ALDROK, K.R.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meata every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King s'reet, at 7:30. Mem
brra of Myrtle Lod;c, No. 2, Wra. Mc
Klnley Lodge. No. 8. and visiting
krotber cordially Invited.
A. D. nOND, O. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.I.
'HONOLULU LODQE ll, B. P. O. E.
" Honolulu Lode No. CIS, O. P. O. M.,
Ill met In their ball, on Millar
and Beretanla atraeti, every Friday
By order of tbe IS. R.
HARRY H. aiMPBON,
n. m. MDRIUT, EJL
Wm. M'KINLEY LOOSE No. , K.ef P.
Meata erery 8aturday aranlnf at
1:10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Klnc
treat Visiting brothera cordially In
rlU to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, U.O.
,' E. A. JACOB80N, K.R.B.
, HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. X.
Mreta on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY eTenlnjt of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. ot P. Hal), Klnc treL
, Visiting Eacles are InTlted tp at
8AM McKEAOJE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
U.rt. B.r asennA anA fmirth
PAIDAY of each month In I. O. CI".
, V...,.n, brother, cord.ally Mm U
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL Ne. 5(3, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An onio
m Visiting brothers cordially In
T. F. McTIOHE, Prea.
B. V. TODD. Secy.
We want to remind you,
business men, that you should
have that delivery wagon of
We can repair It right and
at the right price.
Why not ask us "How
Much 7 "
87 QUEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W, ZCIOLER Manager
" HBNBLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of tvery capacity and de
icriptlon made to order. Boiler werk
and RIVETEO PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB W9RK, and repair
executed at alfortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
, General Contracting and Jobbing., i
Houaepalntlng, Papeshanglng, Gram-1
Ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Btone Work. Shop with Whittle, ths
sign painter, corner Hotel, and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 381
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD. j
Real Estate, Mortgage, Leana and In-1
Office: Melntyre Bldn., Honolulu, T.H. i
P. O. BOX 2SS. PHONE MAIN 141 !
038 FORT ST. I
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FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE AT
BOSTON BLOC. FORT STREET.
(Contlnutd from Paaa 1.)
Into Hawaii KOI I HAWAII. If there
In nny t ronlilo. It lien on the oilier side.
It Is pretty well known thai tome time
ngo certain nig corporations on tl;o
mnlnlnnd had ngents here to sccuro
Japanese for work on the Coast. Tho
chances are thnt they still hnvo either
agents or runners nnd botol kcciern
who nrc doing the work. Thcro nrc
hundreds of Japanese who come Intoi
inia port nnu are tancn uirucuy to me
Japanese hotels, where they stny n
Miort time nnd nrc then shipped to the
know nut If Mr Sargent was InVdstl-
gating nny matters connect ed with
Jnpiinesc linmlgrat on, I think It was
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Iwllntn llml ho l nn,w,.,l In -Tnniini'KO L
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Speaking of the story of Commit)-,
1 sinner Sargent and the Immigration,
people which npepnred jesterday, Oov-
ernor farter gne 11 as ins opinion tnai
the Hintcini-nta- were nilslcaillng nnd
1 inn tiifiri nti ittiinrt timt in nnn nu 11
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ii-iuivi. i w.r i.iiui urn i.nu uiiil oai-
gent was leaving here displeased with
tlhnt tin ill .! uAoH iiilinli allnll tfrl) mt
what he 'had seen, when such was' no;
tho case. i j
Continuing, Ooeinor Carter suld:
"During Ills lslt this time Commis
sioner Sargent has been beneath tliu
lid. lie has gotten closer to the people.
Interested In labor Ihla time than ilui
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i hfiH tultnit nl.n hniurfin Itlm find IMV
' taiv i iiiimm iinii nun fjviiu vitt tunc u tin
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Kinu may mean a goou ileal to a nows-
paper in more ways than one nnd t
thuulil think would reuct In n way. A
sensational story may bo all right
from a newspaper mun's standpoint. Krouncllcss hv,cn II trouuie snou.u
but It certainly does not add to n. pa- xr. I would not he afraid of them,
per's Htiindlng or the service It does Wo nre plenty able to lako caro of
the community at large" rursclvcs and all tho Japanese In the
Although the (imernur did not stulo f, ""A1,1 " "JZT
poMihclj- that there had been no dlf- """; Vc ""M slvIfl ' "r,!U l
fciences of opinion between Sargent account "l- "UVV0,W," "?
and the Sugar Planters' Association. I'v1 "'. ,r,,,,,,- 0n ,hat "ol"t ' m
lie dbl slate that tbe Commlssloncl left I'081"'''-'' -
on met friendly terms with (lie mem- The "ovcrnor refused to liellcivc
bcrs of the Hoard of Immigration, nnc! '1"'1 any r,l,ort l",H 1,con mado lo the
rartlciilarly those members who urn Va'- Departnicnt concerning tho to
alo members of the Sugar PlaiiteM regiments of Japanese. "If anybody
Association. fty 'l ,la', ''" ,lavu ' l"ow h name
"CommlbslonerSaigcnfslsltwasot of the limn before I'll liollovo It," b
great bcucflt both tn him and to us, altf.
said (locernor Carter. "He did his l '
woik in the open and was perfectly, era nor nny one else In trying to bring
frank In what ho did inn', said. Thcro immigrants Into these Islands lu viola
were no gum-bhoo methods used. don of law or to ovadc the laws In any
"1 think It unfortunate that any Ini-.way
prcsslou has gotten out that Mr. Sar-j "Through his visit here. Mr. Sargent
gent cninn down hern for tho purpose has learned what aro the, needs of Hii
of niio3lng Imiulgtatlon Ho Is Coni-( wall and what aro her advantages,
mlikioucr of Immigration to nld and ( There nre tlibuwinds of Eitropcun lm
encourage Immigration whcio it Is migrants pouring Into the big cities ol
nccdiil, not to oppose it t,n mnlnland, The Commlisloner hns
"Of iciiirso. the Conii'iiii'loner In- lenincd that this Territory olfera the
lends to see that there Is nothing done, best advantages to tbcsl) people: that
in tho way of bringing Immigrants, they can como here anil enjoy tho tree,
hero that ought not to bo done. Hut I Upon air life of these islands unci buvii
am mrc ho went away from Honolulu I room to decolop Into the right kind ol
convinced thnt neither llio sugar plant- American citizens."
Christmas Is nearly here and no one can afford to wait until
the last moment to buy gifts. Buy now and save money and worry.
You'll not worry and can save money If you buy your Jewelry here
The 6tock Is an exceptionally good one to select from. The prices
are surprisingly low. Orders for cpeclal designs promptly attended
MANUFACTURING JEWELER FORT STREET
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
The blggett thing In thlt town which
can be paid for with apart change la a
Dulletln want ad.
Antoi for litre at Tcr Stables.
llest ctip of toffee in Ilia city. New
Hhnr Claudlhe, Parker, finm Maul
porle, 1:07 a. in.
The Promotion Committee will Imvc
n regular meeting tills afternnnn nl
,1 art o'clock.
At the meeting of the High School
Alumni liclrt Inm night tho new by
Inwa were adopted
Secretnry Jack Atklnvcin cnlcrtalncil
n party of frlcmla from the trnnaiMitt
nt luncheon today.
Ilamlaomo Kofn riiahtona will lie I
placed on ante nt Snrhx, for Salnrday)
only, nl fii'e ench, Keo window display, i
Tho ftcutnshlp Siberia, which In due
to "nrrho today,' la Into lircnuan alio!
left Son I'ranclaco Inst Sntunlay morn
ing Instead of Friday noon.
Through n leak In tho Poilmoio
building, the entire atock of goods nl
J. P. Ilodrlgues, the Abikea atrccl tail
or, were ilnmngcd by this morning's
Among tho pusxengerH nho nrrhed
In the Clandlne this morning was At
torney Oenernl Peters, who rcturncu
from Maul, where he lecked Into the
matter of expenses Incurred In crim
IIukIiicis firms and residents of Dish
on street nnd King street have filed n
petition with the Hoard of Hupcnlsois
inking that King street, between Al-i-kea
nnd Fort, and Dlshop street, be
tween King and Hold Street, bo oiled.
Hctcntcen residents of .Maniuesvllle
have Illed n petition with the lloatd ot
Rupervisors. They nsk that Short
street be repaired, claiming that the
tecenl rains have left the thoroughfare
Intn Impassible nnd nlmost Untigcrous
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 12, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to t p. m.
(leo II Kohcrtson to Tom May M
ti,,n Anilrade nnd wf to Uhalim Ag
rCiiltiirnl Co Ltd 1)
Krederlck I. Isllu and wf to J Al-
frC(j xiaRoon n
AHgust'llanobcrg'liV'nlty to llco II
Enlered fop Record D ,3 1M6
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A Loehensteln nnd wf to John A
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..-,,, nnviintnurtt. of which 1 do not
believe It capable,. There nrn prohalK
. . , , . . .
y jots or Japanestf soldiers ncro wno
fcn.C(f ,no war wn HllSSla, IlUt
Rro no a prlvate ,nd,vidU,
nnd I would reqtilro pretty strong
proof heforo I Would be willing to ho'
llcvo that they havo any (.ttch 'organi
zation as that mentioned.
"I think It Is very unfortunato tliut
any such story has gono out. It will
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UO no goon anil will only creaio nvcii
less npprehcnslon. All this wnr talk
, , , t
h a mistake. I do not bcllcvo thai
,,, , any reason to fear that war
wl la in idm-u hetween J a nan and
. V i
America. As for any cause of alarm
" -'uni oi in arso uuiuu,.- ".
Japanese hoie. I think It Is entirely
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDINo! FORT STREET,
Over May A. Co.
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MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE oV MONUMENT WORKS.
NgXT TO YOUNG BA.PO-. 176-1BO KINO STREF.T. PHONE 27.
JEWELRY and CURIOS
You are looking for a pWISTMA8 PRESENT. HERE IT IS.
EVERYTHING IS NEW AND WILL PLEA8E YOU.
1061 ,rORT 3TRECT NEAR HOTEL.
"One of the sublimest things in the
orld is plain truth."
These suggestions may not be sublime but they are plain truth.
Sensible Gifts for Smokers
It's sensible to give him what he wants, isn't It?
If he smokes, hell vyant to smoke again, won't he?
Then why not get him a box of KEY WEST, PORTO RICAN,
ROUGH RIDERS, ADELINE PATTI or HAWAIIAN CIGARS? Ei
ther of them is a capital good amoke; the choice lies with the
price you wish to pay.
"You'll Want Something He'll Keep"
Well, truthfully now, what would be a more substantial and ap
preciated present than one of these? A Pipe, Cigar or Cigarette
Holder, Matchbox, Tobacco Jars or Pouches, or, best of all, a pretty
Humidor Box made to hold cigars and keep them fresh.
There Is a big assortment of these goods here and they are
priced RIGHT, Why not come In and see them? You are wel
come to look,
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
L.td, will handle the entire
stock of FURNITURE and
WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES
manufactured by the Honolulu
Woven Wire Mattress Go. Any
thing: In this line will have to.be
Purchased through them.
J. S. BAJLEY.
ITS HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI
2ATION. ALFRED BATES, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, Cdltor-ln- Chief;
The Drama la Illustrated with hundreds of fine reproductions of
world famous paintings.
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx aides, In 20 volumes.
With this set there will be given complimentary, "The World's
Fifty Great Operas" Introduced by Qulseppe Verdi, bound In five
beautiful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated.
The combination of "The Drama" with "The Qreat Operas'1
make a library In ItseTf or a valuable addition of any library,
SOLD FOR CASH OR EA3Y MONTHLY PAYMHNT8.
WM. C. LYON CO,, LTD,,
Fort arid Hotel Streets (upstairs)
The poultry show entry book closes
nt 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, De
cember IB. Tho birds will be received
nil day Tuesday and up to II! o'clock
Wednesday noon. Judging commencing
one hour Inter. Entries nnd premiums
nre open to everybody, and tho cxlil
billon committee want every (rood
specimen of every vnrlcly possible to
be exhibited. Premium lists nnd entry
blanks nrc to he hnd of tho secretary,
St. C. 8res, 31 Queen strccL with
McChesncy & Sons.
ROOSEVELT ON JAPANESE
(Continued from Page 1)
country. This hostility Is sporadic
and is limited to a very few places.
Nevertheless, It Is most discreditable
to us ns a people, and It may bo
fraught with tho gravest consequences
to the nntlon. Japan has n glorious
and nnclcnt past. Her civilization Is
older than that of tho nations of
Northern Europe tho nations from
whom tho people of tho United States
have chiefly sprung. But fifty ycara
ngo Japan's development was still
Jthat of the Middle Ages. During that
fifty years tho progress of tho country
In every walk in llfo has been a mar
vel to mankind, and sho now stands as
one or the greatest or civilized na
tions; great In the arts of war and
In the arts of peace, great In military,
lu Industrial and artistic development
and achievement. Japanese soldiers
ami Millora have shown themselves
canal In combat to nny of whom his
tory makes note.
The Industrial and commercial de
velopment of Japan has been phenom
enal; greater than that of any othes
country during tho same period. At
the same time tbo advance In science
and philosophy Is no less marked. Tho
admirable management of the Japan
ese) lied Cross during the late war,
the cfllclcncy and humanity of tho
Japnnesc officials, nurses and doctors
won the respectful admiration of all
acquainted with the facts. Through tho
lied Cross the Japanese people sent
over Sloo.ooo to tho sufferers of San
Fianelsco, and the gift was accepted
with gratitude by our people, Tho
courtesy of the Japanese, nationally
and individually, has become prover
bial. To no other country has thcro been
such an increasing number of visitors
from this Innd oh to Japan. In return,
Japanese hnvo come bore In great
They nro welcome, socially and In
tellectually, In all our colleges and In
stitutions of higher learning. In all
our professional and social bodies.
Tho Japanese hnvo won In a single
generation tin.' iltht to stand abreast
of the foremost ten I most enlightened
peoples of Europe and America; thuy
have won on their own merits and by
their own exertions tho right to treat
ment on a basts of lull and frank
equality, The overwhelming mass of
our pcoplo cherish a lively regard and
respect for the pcoplo of Japan, and
In almost every quarter of tho Union
tho stranger from Japan is treated eta
ho deserves that Is, ho is treated as
the Htrnuger from any part of civilized
Europo Is ami deserves to bo treated.
But here and there a most unworthy
No doubt you intend to get a nobby
new suit for Christmas, Let us help
you decide the kind you will want.
We have some beautiful new suit
ings In dark woolen goods that are
"Just The Thing."
We've priced these VERY LOWI
Why not tee them?
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
i MERCHANT. TAILOR8
82 King St
PHONE BLUE ZMI. P. 0, Box 93
feeling haa manifested Itself toward
the Japanese the feeling that has
been shown In shutting them out from
the common schools In San Francisco,
and In mutterlnge against them In
one or two other plaeea because of
their efficiency as workers. TO SHUT
THEM OUT FROM THE PUBLIC
SCHOOL8 IS A WICKED ABSURD
ITY, when there are no first-class col
leges In the land, Including the uni
versities and colleges of California,
which do not gladly welcome Japan
ese students and on which Japanese
students do not reflect credit. We have
as much to learn from Japan as Japan
has to learn from ua; and no nation
la fit to teach unlets It la alto willing
to learn. Throughout Japan Amerl.
cans are well treated, and any failure
on the part of Americans at home to
tret the Japanese with a like cour
tesy and consideration la by just so
much a confession of Inferiority In our
Our nation fronts on the Paelnc,
lust as It fronts on the Atlantic. Wi
ll ope to play n constantly growing
part in tho great ocean of tho Orient.
Wo wish, as we ought to wish, for n
great commercial development In our
deallngR with Asia; and II Is out of
the question that wo should pcrnia
nently have such development unless
wn freely and gladly extend to other
nations tho samo measure of Justice
and good treatment which wc expect
lo receive In return.
It it only a very small body of our
citizens that act badly. Where the
Federal Government has power It will
deal summarily with any such. Whero
tho several States have power I earn
estly ask that they also deal wisely
and promptly with such conduct, or
else this small body of wrongdoers may
bring shnmc upon the great mass of
their Innocent and right-thinking fel
lows that is, upon our nntlon ns n
whole. Good manners should ho an
International no less than an Individ
ual attribute. I ask fair treatment
for the Japanese as I would ask fair
treatment for Germans or English
men, Frenchmen, Russians or Kalians.
I nsk It as duo to humanity and clvlll
ration. I ask It ns duo to ourselveH
because wo must act uprightly townrd
all men. "
I RECOMMEND TO THE CON
GRESS THAT AN ACT BE PASSED
SPECIFICALLY PROVIDING FOR
THE NATURALIZATION OF JAPAN-
E8E WHO COME HERE INTENDING
TO BECOME AMERICAN CITIZENS.
One of the great embarrassments
attending the performance of our In
ternational obligations Is the fact that
the Statutes of the United Statea are
entirely Inadequate. They fall to give
to the National Government sufficient
ly ample power through United 8tatea
courta and by the use of the army
and navy, to protect aliens In the
rights secured to them under aolemn
treaties which are the law of the land.
I therefore earnestly recommend that
the criminal and civil atatutea of the
United States be so amended and add
ed to aa to enable the President, act
ing for the United Statea Government,
which la responsible in our interna
tional relations, to enforce the rights
of aliens under treatlea.
Even aa the law now Is aomethlng
can be done by the Federal Govern.
ment toward thia end, AND IN THE
MATTER NOW BEFORE ME AF
FECTING THE JAPANESE, EVERY
THING THAT IT IS IN MY POWER
TO DO WILL BE DONE, AND ALL
OF THE FORCES, MILITARY AND
CIVIL, OF THE UNITED STATES
WHICH I MAY LAWFULLY EM-
PLOY WILL BE SO EMPLOYED.
Thcro should, however, bo no par
ticle of doubt as to the power of tho
national government completely to
perform and enfono Its own obliga
tions to other nations. Tho mob of n"
slnglo city may at any time perform
acts of lawless violence against soma ,
class of foreigners which would plunge,
us into war. That city by Itself would
bo powerless to make defense against
the foreign power thus assaulted, nnd
I,' Independent of this government It
would never venture to perform or
permit tho performance of tho acli
complained of. Tho cntlro power nnd
tho wholo duty to protect tho offend
ing city or tho offending community
lies lu tho hands of tho United Slates
Government. It Is untlilnkablo that
wo should contlnuo a policy under
which a given locality may bo allowed
to commit a crime against a friendly
nation, and tho United Btatcs Govern
ment limited, not lo preventing tho
commission of the crime, but, in thu
last resort, lo defending tho people
who havo committed it against the
consequences of their own wrong
GETS DOUBLE DOSE
Superintendent of Public Works I fol
low u y is hard at work on his report to
the Governor. Ho expects to.liavo It
finished about tho first of tho mouth.
Ho Is getting u doublo dose of this
kind ot work, as in tho absence of Su
perintendent of Agriculture Thurston,
Mr. Hollowiiy has tho report of tliti
Agricultural Department lu handle, in
addition to his own.
OWES AND CAN'T PAY
Florence Edna Edwards filed a peti
tion In bankruptcy this morning. She
gives her liabilities as $979.9'.!, nono ot
which is secured, Sho has no assets?
cither exempt or unexempt, Tho two
largest 'creditors aro F. M. Swnuzy,
whoso account amounts to $l?u, ai:d
Whitney & Mursh, to whom Is owing
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