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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, JAN. 30, 1908.
THREE EPOCHS IN
Went To Bed With Lantern
A WOMAN'S1 LIFE
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST Or ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Terrrory of Hawaii.
CutfreJ i tli ro-.totlKr1 i Honolulu
is sirtJ itaii matter
"Will you olease to reme Tiber that
the bottom rock of American eucccsj
Is th hau!t o" determination that sv
ery olacc, village, town, neighborhood.
or whateve- vou call It shall lia.e
heme rule. If I anH Mr. Goodchild
v.'ant to havo a road and a bridge
which rhall go back to the rhododen
dron swamp, we hulld the road and
we' build the brldnt with such help as
we can net from r.'rs. Tucker or from
Mr. Champlln. and we do not write to
n cub-nrefect who vrlten to a prefect
who writes to in assistant Comm.-nd-ant
who writes to another Command
ant who writes to an Intendcnt who
writes to a s::rctary of engineers who
tends wed to us from the seat of
povernment whether we may build
the bridge and how we may build It.
Lift where you stand expresses tho
foundation orinclole, the subsoil, tho
hard-pan, the bed-rock of American
life." Cr. Edward Everett Hale.
LATEST BANK FAILURES.
The latest bank fiillutes In New
York city appear, on investigation,
to he n cleaning up of the Institutions
that flguiod most piomlncutl In Hit ucatlonnl workers of the country any
October craBli ' thing that Is worth while. Tlio law
The Amsterdam was,ouj. jU- tho riny .not be passed at the present ses
Motse banks, ijn-.'.lifMechanlcs and ilon, bvt wo nu(y be certain that, ns
Trailers' j, of tho 1 nomas bankJ Dr. WhLo ldvi represents a move-
. . that l Kurcu in tlio disastrous uejnza
Morso and Thomas were forced out
of tho Presidency of their icspeetlve
ban Us and a reorganization force put
in contiol Although stronger men
were put In charge, the latest bank
ing magazines show a terrlllc falling
on of deposits anil a lack of anything
like a proper reserve. '
The probabilities nro that the
Comptroller of the Currency clo3od J
these Institutions which were unable
to recover on account of tho scandal i
associated wlih their management. I
Whilo an fullure Is to bo regret
ted, the closing of these Institutions
does not reflect u general weakness
In mainland financial conditions.
MOKE COLLEGE ENDOWMENT.
Headers or tho 11 u I I e t I u who
havo followed tho development iff Ha
waii's College of Agriculture and Me
chuulc Arts and lme 'marked wltli
pleasure the favorable attitude taken
toward It by the Federal authorltlej.
Will read wijli bpeclal Interest tlio
Washington correspondence ' of the
Chicago UcLord-Ucrnld that appears
In another column.
Tho countiy has alieady been par
ticularly, kind to these land-giant
colleges In tho way of Ilnauclal as
frlstnnco. This favor has been Justi
fied In ench nnd ovcry instance b.
auso tho institutions Have "mailo
fcood." Tho money Invested has re
lumed a tremendous interest in edu-
cated men and women.
Now It Is proposed that an addi
tional endowment shall ho given
these colleges and Stato universities
so there may bo offered to tho )ouug ,
people of our nation and of other tin-
lions a courso of study that will en-i
able them to Inke commanding posl-
lion, in foreign commerce
Wo llnd that Andrew D. White,
ono of the leading supportors of tho
u.ovement. and Hepresontutlvo Me-
Klnluv, wh.oit' discussing the, now en-
lowment, mention tho increasing
trade of America with tho Orient
and the opportunities tlilo ,oposd
new tourso of study will offer tho
viiiiicaa uuu uuijuiiusu ub nii un nui
t wn American youth.
What better placo In till tho na
tion Is there for the establishment of
inch a com so ot study than right
hero in Hawaii at tho very crosm-
loads of tho Pacific, nnd on the fron-j
tier, so to speak, of the expanding ,
West and tho awakening EaBt? I
Hawaii's college is being exploited ,
principally ns nn agricultural col-
lego. This Is nil right, but it must
not bo bound to n hobby.
If tho colles la to fulfill Its lint-
ttral destiny jliccomo u college In
deed, It must adapt Itsolf. to the ile-1
inands of tho youth whom It should '
torve, ami to well-ioundos education-'
nl character. I
Already tlicio nre signs that Ha
waii's college, it (t is to go forwuid
Per Six Months A .Bo
Fr Year, ainwlire hi I' S ... I.oo
Per Year, itiwhrre In Canada lint,
I'crrar oManl, lereln 2oo
JANUARY 30, 1008
.! the iiiti- H should go. must give
mnie mtentlon to the courses In me-
ihinli iiu These courses, hete an
well .ik mi tho iiininliuiil, appeal to
I he larger number. This In true even
In iiKikultural Stnten. Anil the wise
iidiuluIstratniD of tlio colleges have
governed themselves accordingly.
Tho commercial course, should
Congress decide to endow It, should
lie partluilaily utlrnetlio to the
hoH of eiery rnco glowing to man
hood In these Islands.
Wo have heio the lualnlaud-Ainci-lcan
outli, tho Japanese American
t ml Chinese American, to whom the
opportunities of trans-Pacific trade
would bu most attractive, mid finally
the Portuguese Atuei leans fur whom
the opening of the Panama Cnnnl
would bring- a Held or work In the
1 1 ado with the Latin-American
Tlieiu Is no place on eartli where
Hie lourfce of study outlined by An
dicw I). White will Ilud conditions so
well adapted to successful study ot
world-wide commerce as right here
Congress has never refused tho ed-
mont to suppl) a ilemnnu. the pro-
posed bill will become n law in tho
comparatively near future.
.Meanwhile, In order to be In a po
sition to accept the increasing en
dowments of tho Federal Government
tlio Collcgo of Hawaii must lay plana
lioni which will arise a full-Hedged
college, rather than a specialized
(loie.nor I'reir announced this
morning that he linn held conferences
with Mirlous people on various mat
ters. Tho City National bank of Musko
gee, Okla., purchased by Dr. J. L.
I Johnson of St. l.ouls, was merged
with tho First .National. Tho Hank ot
Conimeici) will go Into liquidation. Its
business having been sold to tho Okla
homa State bank.
Rear Admirals Goodrich, McCalla
mill Melville may face court martial
for utterances reflecting on navy
management and construction.
1 American Hankers' Association op
. poses the currency measures btforo
Cougrchu and picpaics a bill for na
tional bank credit notes.
j R gt t QQ
Vynrt Street SIB 00
victoria Street".'.".'.! !!!!!! ".$35!oO
<stania Street a0o
,,:,. R(r.,t fia0 00
pnnchbowl Strect $30i00
Matiock Avenue 525,00
vi,-v ton nn
Kewalo Street S22.50
Lillha Street S15.00
Prospect Street $50.00
A bargain at Kairauki $1000
Ti,rce.nnartcrs of an acre
I jjuildlnu lot, Manoa Val-
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
KffiPafiKftnft.VS.V. -V. v w
Do on wish tu
Kent n liouso
Or uuy a homo?
Wo have long
If not, you linil
Host ilo so lion
llefoio tliu llro.
Judge Kingsbury, Rev. Scudder and
Dlshop Rcttarlck Make
At the old llslimarket on Alakca
Etreet )ciucrday afternoon an At
Home was given under the auspices
of the Kllohana Art League In honor
of the late President Win. McKlnley.
The flshmarkct shed wns profut-c-ly
decorated with International col
ois. Tho sides were adorned with
palms and greens. The rowers, es
pecial the led carnations, were uu
meious. Almost all tho committee
Indies had led tarnations in their
hands and lets ot the same (lowers
about Uielr necks.
A very lingo portrait of Wm. Mc
Klnley was given a piomlncui place
In tho center of the stand, .. from
which the speakers addressed tho au
dience. As the guests arrived they
were met ut tho entrance facing the
wntorfront by a committee of 1-cnguo
members consisting of Secretary nnd
Mm. i:. A. Mott-Snilth, Mrs. Mott
Smlth Cunningham, cx-Uovernor A.
S. Cleghom, Mr. nnd Mis. II. F. DIN
inghnni, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W llnll.
Justice nnd Alls. S. M. Il.illou, I)r
and Mrs. (ieorgo Augur, Miss A ..in.'
Parke, Mrs. I.. Abriims, Mis. Wnltci
Coombs, Mrs. C. Ilooth, Mrs. L. U
Marshall, Mrs. A. 1!. Tucker, Mrs. li.
I. Spalding, Miss Alecla Spalding,
Miss Charlotte Hall, Miss Codle Car
den, Mlas Anna Tucker, Mrs. A. O.
Hnwcs, Jr., Mr. and Mis. D. Howard
Hitchcock, and Mrs. W. M. Graham.
At tho mnultu end of tho llslimar
ket a largo und lno.id stago had been
erected, on which wcro seated the
members ut tho Hawaiian band and
liundieds of school children from the
Kaliilant, Royal nnd Knahtimami
Picccdlng tho regular program ot
the day, tho Hawaiian band played
Kiveinl uppioprlnto nlrs. Tho dec or
ations woro arranged under the hu
liorvlblon of Mrs. L. Abrams, who se
cured lings from ccvcral places. She
was assisted by tho other members of
tho decoration conimltteo, Miss C.
Garden, Mrs. C. Ilooth nnd Sister
Mrs. W. M. Graham, tho temporary
chairman, w.u on hand nnd saw that
tho guests wcro unsigned their seats.
Marston Campbell, tho Superintend
ent of Public Works, presided.
Ilev. Dr. Scudder spoko llrst, his
bubject being "Tho Anclont Town
Hall." Ho was followed by the Hov.
Illshop Itestarlck, who spoko on "Tho
Modern Town Hall." Judgo Kings
bury, who spoko on "The Immediate
Town," was tlio last speaker. He
said that there was everything in
Honolulu to mnko a city but tho ono
thing, unity; and referred to the mu
nicipal law as ono tjilug to bring
tlio community into political unity.
Tho til ! of Itoeoo Qulnto wns
brought to a Biuldon on J nt Umg Is
land City, I,. I , by order ot tno Judge
bcciuiso n Ju-or fell In a fit iiMc" tho
verdict had been agreed on. but which
had not been returned Into court.
BEST IN THE
P. O. Box 716.
ONE DEAD-THREE INJURED
Hllo, llnwntl, Jan. 21. An acci
dent, with particularly distressing
details, occurred nt Walpunalel, near
l.aupaliuchoe, early on Tuesday morn
Ing Inst, und as n result It is almost
certain u woman will loso her life,
whllo three, men arc moio or lc3s
Mnkuaole, n native taro-plantci,
who lives nt Wnlpunnlcl, went to lied
as usual on Monday night, hut to
wards midnight felt the cold Bnnp
which most people on the Island ex
perienced. He got up nnd, with a
view to warming things, adopted tho
most unusual etpedlonl -of lighting
a lantern und putting It In the bed.
It was' about four in the morning
when his wife, Mrs Mukin Mukuaole,
awoke to tho knowledge that tho bed
was on fire. She Jumped up with a
tlirlek nnd In doing so somehow got
the blazing bedclothes wrapped
about her. Ilei husband did his best
to relievo her und ho wns assisted In
tills by Wilson Nahakuelun, his cous
in, a policeman who boarded with
them, und who, hearing tlio noise,
Hov. D. K. Knhoolo. who Is father-in-law
of the policeman mentioned,
also lived In the liout-c. Ho Is pastor
ot tho nntlvo church at I.aupahoelioe.
Ilo aided In the attempts to put oufej
the names, which dually succeeded,
though nil tin co men wcro badly
Tho woman was terribly burned.
It happened that Dr. Archer lrwln
had been visiting a patient ntvPap,i
olo.i nnd he was tent for nt once. Ho
did nil that he toiilil to alleviate tlio
agonizing pain of the woman hut
could hold out no hope whatever for
her recovery. The flngera of her
light hand were burned to n crisp,
her body, fiom her ankles up, was
literally baked and sho had also In
haled the flames The Injured men,
though badly binned, will recover.
As wna expected, Mrs. T.llla Mnku
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HAVE YOU NOTICED OUR STOCK
We enrry thi Pamous HAWKES
glfisi ai well m other cheaper grades,
Onr stock comprises Evcrythine
Made in Cat Glass.
WE WELCOME A
Get ready for the
Are tlie Best
St. Clair Bidgood,
bound to please the
most jaded palates, a
(Billy Howell's Place)
Exlusively European Plan.
EDWIN 0. CHILD Manager
Cut G ass
aole never rallied from the terrible:
injuries which she received early on
Tuesday morning. Sho tiled on Wed
nesday, the day after sho was burned,
and tho funeral took place on Thuw
day afternoon at Ix.tipuhoclioe.
IN .TC1EM Mil
Honolulu, Jan. 2, 1008.
Kdltor i: von lug llullotlir
Allow mo to express my admiration
for tho well-bred courtesy oy havo
shown In printing those olTeiisivo per
coimlltlcn in jesterdays In? no If I nm
lo Iiiim nclinnco of replying I will
simply say the trick of leaving out
the real reasons why Mr Wallach
should not sign & & misleading your
renders with afn'so Biibstltuto evi
dently pleasing becauso Hcufrltlous. I
linveto thank the llulletln for 'repeated
charges of till kinds which' you seem
lendy to welcome from nny tiio.stlon
able Mini co with never nfact to sup
port them. Kvcr sluco 1 committed
Hie sin of saving n bunch or C or S
pcrr.ons from arrest as lepers (In .Inn,
0$ lDifa) who wcro absolutely free
from that disease you have consistent
ly defended the wrong.
I wan right In ndvlslnfl Wnllnch not
to sign because The Hoard has ro
piidlatcd ugroenii'iit ramie sgned 'set
tied & announce in public Dec. 2H
Inst which ullouxd Mr Wallach choice
of IiIh own cases & a key to gel at
tho patients nt any time
And in .tho new agreement tho key
Is refused A ho hat; to ring the bell
& get It answerd by tho. Boards door
keeper before he can reach them &
this only during certain hours.
Herein lies ijie onn insurmountable
obstacle. The committee of Ten seem
Indignantly nngr) that Wallach
tOiould halo refused to follow them 111
their desertion Into tho enemies Camp.
This la the whole matter & thanking
)ou for Kre
I am Sit Very Respectfully Yours,
John atchi:iii.i:y. m. n. c. v.
EIKS AND THEIR EMBLEM
Washington, Jan. 20. Representa
tive Know land of California handed to
the Piesldent today a letter fiom
Judge Henry A. Melville, of Oakland,
Past Gr.vnd Exalted ltuler of tlio Elks,
together with resolutions adopted
under the administration of Judgo
Melvln ns head of the order, doing
away with the use of tho F.lk'8 tooth
as nn emblem of tho order.
The Piesldent appreciated the ac
tion of the I'.lks us It did away with
one of tho strong Incentives for the
slaughter of theso nnlmals.
The teeth became ery valuable,
largely because they woro bought by
tho Kites tu bo mailo Into emblems
Artificial teeth aio to bo used Instead
of the genuine.
F. Auguitua llolnzo has turned
over to Stato Hank Kxumlncr Col
Mns of Montana securities to scrum
tlio debt ho nvrcs the Tlutto Savings
ll.mlv Tho bank Is ghen till Mnich
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
crence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
they will, one fact
is cheap and will
ily under any
MRS. .CL.VA BARBER EDWARDS
There nro threo crltlcnl stages In a
woman's llfo which, lcavo their mark
In her coreer. Tho first of theso staces
Is womanhooil, or tho clinugu from a
care free girl to hudillng womanhood,
Tho second Is motherhood, and the
third Is Cliungo ot h!f.
Perils surround cachof these stages,
anil most of tho misery thnt comes
to women through ill health tlutcft
from ono or -another of these im
Women should rememlior Hint Lyd la
E. Plnkham'o Vegetable Cempound
niado from imttvo roots anil herbs lias
carried thousands ot younjf girls over
tho critical period of puberty, has
prepared mothers for childbirth, nnd
in later years carried them safely
through the change of llfo moro suc
cessfully than any other remedy in
tho world. Thousands of testimonials
from gratoful persons, two of which
nro hero published, substantiate this
fact beyond contradiction.
Mrs (Ieorgo Walters of Woodlawn,
111. writes !
D-;nr Mrs. PlnWiam:
"I feci It my duty to tell you ot tlio good
I.ydl.i K. Plnkhairi's Wgetoblo Compound
Las dono mo in prciwring for clilliiblrth.
Aftor auuVrinir. and loilug my children n
friend ndvlieil mo to try your r.luabIo mo-
illclne, anil tna rouitwa mat liioii very
llttlo lacdnvcnlence, ai)ulck rccoiery nud
During its long roconl of moro thnn tinny j-cars its long list of
actual cures, ontitlos Lydia E. Finklmni'a Vosobtblo Compound to
tho rospect and confidonco of ovory fuir ininded person.
Lydia E. Pfcfctiam's Vcectablc Compound Makes Sick Women Well.
SEATTLE MAY POSTPONE
BIG ALASKA-YUK0N FAIR
llecaiu.o of the big slump in real
estate values nnd general financial
tlepicsslun In Seattle, It Is highly
piobnblo that tho Ala3l.a-Vul;on-Pa-clflc
Hxposltlon will lie postponed
from 1909 until the following year.
Some of tho mot subsiuntlnl busi
ness men ot tho Sound City, bacKcrs
c,f tho stnunchest kind of the xgrcat
pi eject, havo already stniicrt a move
ment to abandon the plan of holding
tho Fair next year. Tho reasons for
B3 A NEW ST0CS jest arrived, made of golden and
W weathered oak. Extiemcly lutridsomc. Prices ranging
from S70. to ?150. Come in and look them over.
7 g f ji ia'J
Cor. Fort and Merchant
MRS. GEORGE WALTERS
sOwoItliy n child ns can lio found liny wliero.
I.vdta I'.. Plnkliam's Vcgctnblo Comiwund
li blcsalng to all cxprctant inotbcrs."
Mrs. Klvn llarber IMwarcls. of
Cuthlamct, Wash., writer:
Dear Mrs. rinkbam:
"I wont to tell you bow Lydln T.. PlnU
haiu'ii Vngetablo Coiiitwiiinl cnrricU me
through tho critical juried of the Chung" of
Mfo without nny troublo wlmtcver, ttlao
cured mo of n very ev re fom.ilo weaknew,
I cannot sny enough in prul of w hat J our
Mcdlcino has dono for me.''
What Lvdla 13. Plnkliam's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Walters and.
Mrs. IMwnnls it ivlll do for other wo
men in their condition. F.vcry suf
fering woman in tho United States
is usleeil to ncccpt the following In
vitation. It is free, will bring you
lieulth nml may save your life,
Mrs. Plnkham's Imitation to Voncn.
Women suffering from nny form of
female wealciii'ss are invited to
promptly comiiiunlcuto with Mrs.
Plnlcliam, ut Lynn, Mass. From tho
symptoms given, tho trouble inny bo
located and the quickest and surest
way of recovery ndvised, Out of her
vast volume of experience In treating
female ills Mrs. Plnkbam prolmbly
iias tho very liuowledgo that will
help rour case. Her advleo Is frco
inch n movement, which comes an a
big surpiise to the whole Northwest,
nro set foith In detail tu an osJiaust
live editorial b) Colonel lllctlicn 111
the Seattle Times. Colonel Hletlieu
declares that he Is loMng tlio senti
ments of tho men who are to Mipply
(ho "sinews of war" for the exposi
tion. Portland Telugram.
A bill of exceptions has been filed
by Koiu Ucxi'upincm Co. and F. I).
McStoclcer to Imlgo lie Holt's ruling
111 tho matter or arbitration beliM-eti
thoro nnrlles and M F Scott.
mnaqr traiEirf fi Tri,.Twnmin iatg
clothes are made
of pure woolens,
tested by the wool
test, which is the
beginning of all
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