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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , FRIDAY, FEU. 14, 1008. "
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
WANTS TO BECOME
POWER IN HAWAII
Wallace R. FarrltiKton,
RVRNi.Na DUL.I..IX tin wrinKi-v ijuli-iitin
Per Month, Mi) where In l' S .7 Per Six Montlu K "
Pr Ouatter. anwliert In I S . 3.uu rcrWar .ti i licrc hi U S l.oo
Pere.ir ativwliete Inl S .. . . M.ot) IVr YearNaiiwlierc In tatmla l.rto
Per Vcar. joMpaul, foreign, ... Il.oo Per ear postpaid, forelKii 2. no
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I Editorial Rooms, - 185
ei'lBusiness Office, - 256
The original Roosevelt third tp-m
man appears to hae reached terra
llrma unnoticed b means of the icar
Senator JelT Davis calls William
J. Bo an a "belted knight ' lie has
earned the title, too, on two different
ncciiHlons, and linn a line chance ol
helng belted once more next fall.
On the platform nt n Cooper Union
meeting In New York city with Mr.
Ilrjan were Mr. Gore, the blind
United States Senator from Okla
homa, and Senator Jeff Davis. The
trio made up a remarkable combina
tion. One mentnlly blind, unothcr
physical!) blind, and the third af
flicted with brainstorm.
While the letter of the Delegate,
reproduced In this Issue, recalls the
unsuccessful fight to have the I'cail
Harbor Item Included In the bill of
the Naval Committee, his message to
the Governor, stating that the bill
exempting passengers from the oper
ation of the coastwise shipping law
has been favorably reported, will
give considerable cheer to tho com
munity. One light Is on the high
road to success and the other has not
jet been lost; so Hawaii may be sat
isfied with the turn her affairs aro
taking In Wnshtngton. The passage
of tho bill whereby passengers to and
from Hawaii will be allowed to trav
el on foreign bottoms, will have the
practical effect of adding several lino
liners to the passenger fleet plying
between this port and the Coast, and
the prospects for nn enlarged tourist
trade will brighten accordingly.
Senator Tillman, who recently had
n conference with John D. Rockefel
ler, declares that "In un earlier age
of tho world John D. Rockefeller
probably would havo organized Ills
tribesmen Into a militant force nud
led them to the conquest of neighbor
ing tribes. I take It that Jlr Rocke
feller never would have been batls
tled eo long as there was a known
tribe which did not acknowledges his
rule. He teems to be one of the men
who come into the world's history
tery few centuries who are dominat
ed by a lust of power which must be
satisfied at all costs." In these days,
when the law la stronger than man,
even the one who would enslave his
I el low a through control of. tho neceJ
tarles of life realizes that his Held of
operations Is limited.
THE UNfTED STATES SENATE.
For tho first time In tho history of
this country, tho United Stntes Sen
ate consists of ninety-two members,
Forty-six Commonwealths nro ropre-
tentcd by two members each, and at
roll-call It has been currently noted
that they "aro nil present or account
ed for." The control of legislative
movements in tho upper chamber of
the Nnttonnl Legislature will not be
disturbed by the Increase In numbers
at the present session, as It Is part or
the unwritten law that new members
modestly rofrnln from making them
lelves conspicuous during tho eaily
dayH of their terms.
m iiiw i lauji ii i j
BRYAN HOLDS ON.
William J. llryan gives no encour
agement to tho Democratic elements
which would force him from tho I'rcs-
Identlnl nomination Hold. He Is In
.,.... ,..h,u, ,! receuuy, Knowing
that the opposition stood ready to of-!
ler arguments In favor of his with-!
drnwal, took pains to show his callers , Hotel Street $50.00
evidence of the firm support of those Prospect Street . V !...!!'.! !$5o!oO
who In other campaigns fought by Kaimuki !!!!!!! !?37i00
his side while those now against him1
were aiding tho enemy. This was I FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
tqulvnlent to a declaration by llryan 'Kinau Street $35.00
that he will contlnuo In tile race -o Lunalilo Street $25.00
long as his old friends wish him to ' Young Street $25.00
remain, no matter whether tho oppo. i King Street $25,00
sltlon In tho Democratic party falls Kinau Street $30.00
Into lino or again refuses to rerog- Kewalo Street $22.50
nlze his right to tho nomination. King Street $1500
Bryan often has said that ho wou'd Aloha Lane $18,00
run again If his party desired him to Matlock Avenue $25.00
do so. Now It Is plain that he pio- Emma Street $24.00
poses to see thnt this desire Is manl- Beretania Street $40i00
fested, or nt least to accept as cl-j
nonce oi such aesiro me support of
the thlck-and-thln lirynnttes Ills'
claimed willingness to withdraw uu-1
der cortnln conditions Is based upon
a determination not to recognln tho1
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Entered at the rntoffir nl Honolulu
i.. w ml la mitler
FEBRUARY 14, 1908
exlstenee of such conditions. Tho
Nebrnsknn wants tho nomination,
nml he proposes to luitc It, believing
that eon defeat will bring him noto
riety which tan be turned Into piof
Itable cash He has made n fortune
cut of the visibility gained through
two defeats, and doubtless lie feels
that another campaign will give him
a start toward larger financial hon
ors. However hard Democracy may
i-trugglc. It will find It Impossible to
lose William J. Hi J an.
RATHER THAN REMAIN IDLE,
Army recruiting officers report n
remarkable Increase In tho number
of applicants for admission to the
sen Ice within tho past few week J.
This is the more remarkable, as In
the latest annual roporl of the Secre
tary of War, based presumably on tho
t-ttitc of affairs existing tluce months
ago, the matter of recruiting for tho
army was made tho subject of some
what anxious comment. Increased
pay, better accommodation, and the
offer of other privileges nnd advan
tages were suggested by the Secre
tary as necessary to render tho ser
vice more nttrnctlvo to destrablo re
cruits. Today young men nro offer
ing their services faster than tho re
cruiting officers can tnko care of
them. Twice ond threo tlmc3 us
many applicants nre received as here
tofore, nu.l the class of men nppbing
is mcj higher than nt any time
since tho Spanish Wnr. This Hood of
applications Is probably only n tem
po! ary phenomenon. Tho fact of the
matter doubtless Is that many young
men nre finding themselves nut of
emp!o)iuent just now, nnd whether
from cholco or necessity they nro
ready to take a term of service In tho
army rather than remain idle.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
The Great Natural Wonder of the
Tho round trip can bo made in
lour days, nnd costs only $42.!0. Com
fortablo transportation, good hotels,
varied scenery, picturesque, novel,
IIUU 4M C-lUOlll ll.
Don't bo dissuaded from taking tho
trip. You will bo sorry If jou leave
tho Volcnno out of your itinerary.
For tickets nnd Infoimatlon re
garding tho trip apply to
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
hiawa. Good location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,-
C00 sq, ft. Owner will accept mort-
gage for full purchase price of land
provided DUyer UMldS llOUSC
TOR HEWT FIinNISTTFTl
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
The Asiatic Exclusion League Hae
tits Eyes On These
Seattle. Wnsh., Feb. C Tho "Or
linlal peril," rh It was frequently re
ferred to, ennio In for a govern scor
ing today at the convention of tho
Asiatic Kxclnslon League, now In ses
sion In this rlty, nnd nn n climax tho
lT.O delegates finally adopted u reso
lution which will bo presented to Con
gress. A good ileal of tho tliuo wns
taken in scoring tho I'ost-Iutclllgoncur,
which this morning published on Us
front jingo n carton In which O. A.
TxL'ltmoo of Sim Frnnclsco, tho dom
inant figure In tho convention, Is pic
tured ns looking through tho bars of
tho Stillwater (Minn ) penitentiary
In the samo cartoon Is n picture of O.
D. Fowler, nt ono time secrctnry of
tho local branch of tho league, look
ing from n window of tho Statu Insane
nsjliim, from which ho escaped n few
months ago. Ilolh men nro supposed
to bo ordering a lot of well dressed
Japanese out of "my country "
The resolution)! demand among oth
er things thnt Congress pass n law
which will exclude all Asiatics from
tho mainland and tho Insular posses
sions of tho United States. Employ
ment of Japanese snllora on vessels
filng tho American Hag Is also nsked
to bo prohibited by law
Steps havo been taken to innko tho
league it power, political nnd other
wise, on the I'nclflc Slope nnd In Ho
l'olulti and tho Philippines.
Looked Into By
New York. Feb, 5. On Indictments
chaiglng conspiracy to defraud the
United States Government, Ernest W.
Gcrbciacht, chief sugar expert of tho
American Sugar Kenning Companj,
and seven other emplojes of tho sugar
trust, were ni rested today and taken
bofpro Judge Chntfleld In tho Circuit
Court, Brooklyn. Gerbcrncht and
those Indicted with him pleaded not
guilty and wero remanded under ball
Tho Indictment of Gerberucht Is ono
of the results of tho Investigation of
tho February Grand Jury to learn who
waB responsible for tho manipulation
of the scales on the Williamsburg pier
of the Ameilcnn Sugar Compnny, by
which It Is nllcged tho Government
has been defrauded out of thousands
of dollars In the last nfteen jears.
VliP A III
Tho man who has such a careful
and attentive mother-in-law as Mn
jor Potter has In tho pluy of "Tho
Ainblan Nights," which Is to bo pre
sented at tho Hawaiian Opera House
on the 27th, for tho benefit of tho
rCllohuna Art League, should nlm to
be circumspect. In this Instance the
character of tho mother Is portrayed
by Mrs. McLennan and she will do
At the ieliears.il Inst night tho
parts wero well sustained In every
particular. Miss McLaln, ns tho
wife, played with confidence anil Mr.
Arnold, who seemed to follow hor
without knowing sho was tho wife of
his old collego chum, made a fuvor-
able Impression on those who weio
privileged to bo present. Miss Hell,
who takes tho part of u music-hall
girl, or, to bo moro exact, "the gutta
pertha lady," was exceedingly good
and tho joung mnn Joshua, Mr. War
ton, was ns clever ns a professional.
Compared with Truo ltoardmnn in a
similar character that was presented
ut tho Orpheum last season, ho cer
tain)' docs not take second plnco.
Major Potter, Miss Arlelgh and Mr.
Jordan In their respective parts keep
tho lauhh going through the play.
Mr. Adams Is directing the rehears
als, which Is assurance of bucccss.
Mr. Editor of tho Hullo tin.
Dear Sir: Plcaso permit mo to bay
that thcro wero two mlstnkos In your
article from yestciday First tho
Kona wlno was Bont not to Mr. Fried
man as iiu ht to bu' to Mr Hcniy
Lachman, who wns tcleclol by tho
U S. flnvortmont ns o pert ou wlno
from America to tho exposition In
Paris In 1900, Second, you sny I re-
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
P. O. Qox 716,
Monster - Hosie
A Great Purchase of Women's and Children's
Hosiery at a Big Discount off ordinary prices.
The opportunity came our way and wa divide the benefit with you.
We will Commence Saturday, February 1 5t&,
A Big four days' sale of the Largest, Cheapest, and Best
Assorted StocR of Hosiery that was ever shown in Honolulu.
Ladies Black Lace
Ladies Black Plain
Ladies Black Medium Weight Hose.' rVl
Ladies Black Heavy Weight Hose..
Ladie3 Black Full Fashioned Hose. .
Ladies Black Lace Lisle Hose
Ladies Tan Hose, spliced heel and toe
Ladies White Lace Lisle Hose
Ladies Black Plain Lisle Hose, stain
Ladies White Plain Lisle Hose.
Ladies Tan Plain Lisle Hose. . .
Ladies Brilliant Black Lisle Hose, . .
Ladies Black Openwork Lisle Hose .
Ladies White Mercerized Lisle Hose
Ladies Tan Lace Lisle Hose
sided hero 23 years, which should
read 2D years, as I camu here In 1S79,
or 28 ears ago.
The eirors made In tho icprodiic
lion of Mr. Coerper's former nrtlclo
furnish nnotjipr Illustration of tho
necessity" of preparing such In nn eas
lly legible form, typo-wrlttcn If pos
sible 1 l
m wi ' -
- ii '
:t a -
Tcinperatuies 0 a. ni., "U. 8 a. in.,
73; 10 a. m 72; non, 70, morning
llarometet, S n. m., 3rt.ll; nbsoluio
humidity, 8 n. in., 5.7U3 grains per
cubic loot; relative humidity, 8 u. m.,
CO per cent; 'dew point, 8 a. in.. CO.
Wind C n. m., velocity 2, direction
V., 8 a. m., velocity 8, dliectlno 12.,
10 n. m velocity 0, direction 12.; nop,
velocity 7, direction 1-2.
IUilnfall during 24 hours ended S ,i,
m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movemen. during 21
hours ended at noon, 17.! miles
WM. D. STOI2KMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather flurcau.
Tho Schuman Cnrrlago Co., nfler
bavin? moved to moro roomy quatteM,
aro now ready for n big business In
their line. They have canlnges nnd
putos for sale, nnd paint and repair
UtJt k &.
qiL Tent IMomoUv
Ho generous nnd phi
lanthropic along right
lines, but don't let your
generosity run tq such
length that yoif pay
tribute (ront) to a.
landlord all your life.
Ho your own landlord
nnd pay rent to your
bolf, nnd you will bo
happier and moro pros
perous. Tho tlmo to
buy is now. Boo Trent
Trust Co., Ltd., for
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
Wc have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD,
The prices are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Outfit Yourself .
with office or pocket
DIARIES-f or daily jottings ; '
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref.
crcncc. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
There is nothing quite so delight
ful as an cuto ride to Haleiwa. The
roads arc in fine condition just
enough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard,
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D..
185 editorial rooms 250 "usl
no36 office. Theso are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
Ladies Pink, Blue, Lavender
Ladies SILK Hose, Lavender,
Pink, and Grey
Ladies Out Size Black Cotton
Ladies Out Size Black Lisle
LOT 11 TWO PAIR
Childreus Ribbed Black Cotton Hose
Childreus Heavy Hose, for school use
Childreus Black Ribbed
Childicns Black Lisle Hose
Children Black Lace Hose
A NEW STOCK just (arrived, made of golden and
weathered oak. Extremely handsome. Prices ranging
from $70. to $150. Come in nnd look them over.
Coyne Furniture Co.
is the modern illuminant. You can read in your library
by an incandescent lamp with ground globe, nnd you will
have light that is as strong as daylight, yet softer, and
more evenly diffused.
It has a clear, steady light, and gives off no heat or
Have us wire your house for electricity.
Hawaiian Electrics Co., Ltd.,
Oillce, KINO ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
You'll Go Home
in fine shape if you have a
bite of hot lunch with us
nftcr the day's work.
(Billy Howell's Place)
Japanese .Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
S0TEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Blue,CS-fl O C
. JU u.YPW4.r
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations unequaled any
whcie on the beach.
Vou Want Electno Wiring Done or
Private Telenhonpj Installed or Dry
Batteries, rail the
UNION ELFCTRIC CO.,
CO Beretania St.
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