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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1908,
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N. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Co.. Ltd.
more honly for
Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer
there will be no equivocation in the answer. They will
tell yon they prefer onr soda water because of the evenness
of the flavor, the snap, because it is full oharged, and be
cause it is delivered on time.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Haaget
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns ean be hoi at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
TeL890 The Pond Dairy
BARGAIN SALE al HT
Sec our window display. Any article for 50c
Many pieces worth three times the money.
Sale begins Jan, 25th. Lasts until Feb. I only
you have lost a coat, let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
We are referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. let us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put on by
THE PA INTERPHONE 420. . i
(Continual from Pact 1)
foreign business, mid to Improve the
commercial relations of the United
States wltli foreign countries." It
proposes thnt this money shall bo
fipont In teaching the most Improved
methods for the extension of foreign
commerce nnd for Instruction In the
languages most useful tor commercial
Intercourse with the Insular depend
encies of the United States, Latin
America, China, and Japan. And, In
order to develop and encourage the
trade of the United States with such
countries, he proposes that "tho
further sum of 1100 n year shall ho
paid toward tho tuition of each Ftu
ilcnt from such countries up to tho
limit of ono hundred students nnd,
provided their expenses nro not paid
by their own governments." Dr.
Will to thinks that this would Induce
ii Inrgo number of young men In tho
Latin American republics nnd China
find Japan to como to the United
States for their education, who, upon
returning to their native countries,
would become permanent missionar
ies In the extension of American civ
ilization nnd trade. He bIiows thnt
Prince lllsmarck established such de
partments In tho German universities
with good results, and thnt tho Ocr
man Government appropriated Inrgo
turns of money for Instructing young
men In the languages of tho German
colonies of Africa and the Pacific Isl
ands). It is an Interesting coincidence
that Representative McKlnley of Illi
nois should have Introduced n bill
wllh the same spirit and for a similar
purpose making an annual npproprl
ctlon of n similar amount for each of
the land-grant colleges, to jiajr for In
rtrucllon nnd for conducting original
lesenrches bearing directly upon tho
manufacturing, mining, and engi
neering Industries of tho United
States. And everything that can bo
raid In favor of Dr. White's nrono
sltlon nppllcs with cqCal force to Mr.
McKInley's project. Dr. White hlm-
relf says: "I earnestly hopo Mr. Mc
Klnley wilt press his bill, because. If
ho can pass It, ho will stand In
American history by the side of Scn
ntor Morrill In rendering nn Incal
culable) service to the greatest pro
ducing Industries of tho United
States, and Indeed to tho world. In
no caso would tho frlendB of the
measuro I have proposed antagonize
that proposition, for Mr, McKinloy's
bill seems to contemplate what, in
my opinion, would bo one of the great
est services ever rendered toward tho
advancement of Invention reflating to
civil and mechanical engineering
that the country has ever known.
There Is no doubt that the return
from the outlay would be a thousand
fold and. Indeed, much more."
President noosevelt takes a great
Intorcst in this subject and will rec
ommend It to Congress at tho proper
Secretnry Iloot Is especially earn
est In Mb approval becauso he be
Moves Dr. Whlto's bill will, If passed,
be very effective In promoting his
planB for closer relations between the
United States and tho Latin Amerl
can countries. Ho is equally Inter
ested In advancing our commercial
relations with tho Orient.
Secretary Tuft strongly favors tills
nnd overy other opportunity that can
bo afforded for tho education of the
Filipinos in American IdeaB nnd
Secretary Hoot says that such ap
propriations as aro proposed are even
more clearly within the constitution
al rights of Congress than tho ap
propriations which havo so long been
continued for agricultural education,
because tho foreign commerce of the
country is expressly placed within
tho euro of tho National Government
by tho authors of tho Constitution.
In addition, ho says:
"I heartily approve of .this meas
ure, which looks toward tho promo
tion by tho general government of
education designed to fit our peoplo
for carrying on foreign commerce in
very much the snmo wny as tho ap
propriations under the so-called Mor
rill act havo bcon used to promote
education In agriculture. Such cdu
cation Is very much needed to enable
our producors and merchants to cope
wltlv their competitors in foreign
commerco-as successfully as they
cliould be able to do In view of their
natural energy nnd resourcefulness,
and tho substantial merits of Amer
Secretary Strauss, whose depart
mont Is to havo supervision of tho
project, says: "There Is no doubt
that a higher commercial education
of tno kind proposed by Dr. While
would "havo a tendency to promote
iho foreign commerco of tho United
States by specially equipping young
rjen with tho knowledge of business
mithods requisite for commercial pur
fcults in our own as well as In other
countries, and I heartily npprovo the
enmoso of tho proposed measure.
During recent years courses of study j
u commerce, of college grade, have
been established by tho Universities
of California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, nnd
ether Institutions, but the United
States Is still probably behind Kuro-
iiean countries In tho relative Impor
Innco attached to commercial in
"The first question which presents
Itself In this connection Is whether
the agricultural and mechanical col
leges In tho several Stntes nro tho In
stitutions best fitted to offer commer
cial courses.- Where they aro not
connected with tho State universities
they aro usually Bltuntcd In small
Owns or at a distance from any
town, whereas there Is an obvious
advantage , In teaching commercial
methods In a city where commerce Is
cnirled on. Especially in the caso of
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan,
South Dnkotn, Toxns, and Utah,
where tho Stato universities havo ul
leady established commercial courses,
't would seem that they could make
more effectlvo use of tho pioposcd
appropriations than the separate ng
ilcultural nnd mechanical colleges In
tho snmo States. And, with special
reference to tho Pacific Coast, It
would seem that tho University of
Washington at Seattle Is better sit
uated for commcrolal Instruction
than tho State College of Washing
ton at Pullman. It might be left to
ho Legislatures of tho several States
to determine what institution In tho
Stato Bhould receive tho proposed ap
propriation; but this would entail
come delay, Inasmuch as tho Legisla
tures of most of tho States will not
meet again until 1909. As an alter
native measuro I would suggest that
tho bill provide that tho sum appro
priated go to tho Stato University
wherever there Is such an Institution
In tho State, and In the nusenco of a
Stato University to the collego es
tablished undor the provisions of tho
Morrill net of July 2, 18C2."
Sccrotnry Straus suggests a ques
tion whether tho benefits of the
cchemo proposed by Dr. White
should be confined to students from
the Orient and America alone, or
should bo extended to all foreigners.
He also makes some suggestions of n
practical chprncter''whlcli Dr.tVhlte
lias adopted prompfy. Tho bill has
not yet been Introduced Into Con
Rress, but probably will bo within a
few dayB. 1573
IX you want to enjoy rabunt
health, take a tow doses of ths
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Strang and the blood pure. Our
last Miord of ovtr 90 years yrorea
1U warth. It onrss Indlgeitlon,
Dyapapita, Heartburn, Cottlva.
nMt, Famale Complaints, Malaria,
Favtr and Agua. Try a bottle tods.
Everything that HEINZ
MAKES is delicious.
Just now, wn
But you can't have them all at once
nave a Fresh Shlpmenl of
OLIVES IN BULK
Ask your Grocer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LiMITED.
FEB. 27TH AND 29TH
Kilohana Art League
AIL SEATS $1.
A Movable Cottage, size about
12x24, containing 3 rooms. Made
of T, & Q. Comes apart in seotions.
A few hours' time will take it apart
and put it tip again. In good condi
tion. Just the thins for camping.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
Excessive or continued ueo of al
coholic beverages always results In a
diseased condition of tho nervoua sys
tem. The drinking man Is often heard to
my, "I can stop of my own free will
and when I wish." but the poor fellow
Is now devoid of the power to act at
the prOpor time and In tho right way
It's too late, the craving has socurec
a firm hold and becauso of the diseased
nervous system ho has not the ablllt)
for sustained effort. The result we ul
Drunkenness Is no longer considered
a crime; eminent scientists ana pay
blclans have agreed that it Is a disoasi
and must be treated ns such.
The home treatment that has beer
used for a number of years, and li
highly successful, Is Orrlne. It is solo
inder a positive guarantee that It 11
does not effect a euro your money will
Orrlne is la two forms. 'When desir
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlni
No. 1, and if the patient will volun
tarily take the treatment, Orrlne No.
2 should be given. The guarantee Is
the same in either case. Ornne costB
but $1.00 per box. Mailed in plained
sealed wrapper on receipt of price.
Write for free treatise on "Drunken
ness" mailed In sealed enveopo b
Tho Orrlne Co., Washington, D. C
AJld by leading drugglstB everywhere
and in this city by Honolulu Drug
Co., Ltd. ,
MAY FIND ANCIENT WHISKY.
Los AngcloB, January 18. General
Adna It. Chaffee, deiieral M. II. Shcr
man and a party of friends returned
to-day from tin adventurous hunting
and oxplorlng trip of two wooks down
tho Colorado river fiom Yuma to the
Cannibal Islands in tho Quit of Call
fornla, up tho Hardy rlvor to tho head
of navigation and ncrosa tho delta of
tho Colorado to tho slopes of tho Co
Iu tho day dooted to treasure hunt
ing Important discoveries werj, made
of traces of tho sunken schooner Ar
nn and her hundred thousand dollar
whisky cargo, which may lead to the
ultlmato recovery of tho prlzo. This
vessel was wrecked In 1859 on a Col'
orado river Island a fow miles below
tho mouth of tho Hardy, nnd for half
a century tho 1C0 barrels of flno Ken
tucky liquor sho carried has lain and
aged In tho wood In a hidden collar
which naturo fashioned under tho
Tho narrative of this Biinkcn whis
ky has floated about tho ports of this
Coast, and Frank Norrls caught a
whiff In San Francisco, and wovo It
Into tho story of "Mix," but It Is In
tho sands of tho Colorado and not tho
Amazon that Norrls' troasuro lies.
TWO NIGHTS, BEGINNING
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29,
"When Women Love"
TWO NIGHTS, BEGINNING
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,
"The Black Flag"
Evening Prices 25, 35 and 30o
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Thursday, Feb. 6, 1908,
For sale by members and at Wall,
Nichols'. Special rates for school
dosses. Seats reserved after Satur
day, Feb. 1st.
SUBSIDY TO MAIL LINE
Consul 'General John I. Dray fori
wards from Melbourno copies of the
articles of agreement entered Into be
tween tho Commonwealth of Aus
tralia and the Orient Steam Naviga
tion Company of Knglnnd, for tho
conveyance of malls between Orcat
Ilrltaln nnd Australia. The text of
tho contract, which Is filed for pub
lic reference with the Bureau of
Manufactures, provides for a subsidy
of 120,000 per annum, with an
additional 4880 if tho voyages of
all mall ships arc continued to Brisbane.
5oc to $2.00
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL OTB1BT.
Electric Water Heater
with the Nursery Bottle
WARMS the MILK
In two or three minutes.
Think what it means to
have one. Call at the
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ET. near ALAKEA. PH0HB IM.
We are agent here for
Silk Shirt Waists,
Made and guaranteed by
the American Fruit Product
Pints .... 25 cents ; $2.80 doz.
Quarts . . 50 cents ; $5,00 doz.
Hotel and Fort 8t.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
FAYB 70S ITSILF.
MAKES GOOD EIGNS.
Everything from Japan
FORT.NbXT THE CSETIXT.
F. 8. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. H0T5L ST. bet. Ntmaau & Bethal
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TIM, PAPER HANGERS sad
(Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KINO ST., PALAKA JUNCTION.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
are helped by penons
ing shoes that have holes in
the soles or oraclci in the
uppers. We half sole and
heel men's shoes for $1.35
and women's for $1.00.
Prompt servioe always.
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1119 Uaiou St.
P. 0. B IW.
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The Finest Worbnanikij om ffca
Leave jour ogler now for Ohbuoa
Hotel St., bet. Alaka ail Icaltk.
"tlTHT NOT let ns hare tow bui
" iness to advertise t
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-$ ' .
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