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TUESDAY ' FEBRUARY 18, 1003
A classical education docs not help more luiihorltv lie Is not iiulto sure
a man In the. choice of a wife.
OcMiulno courtesy t nlw.tya worth
while, but a mechanical smile inokcih
tlio into heart sail.
A man who Is a-dinmed to work
his lunili will, sooner or later.
s i iT.n. ...i hlei with hlii tongue.
that H Is pox-ll.il'. but. It It I", no
would h i vi- a law enacted that would
test rain stock-watering and over-capita
Uzntloii. lie H as pronounced as
ever In his enmity toward predatory
wealth, and ho says that the people
pay dearly for nllowInK their reprc
entntlrcs lo preach and to prncl'io
iu..t their Is ono law for the rich and
another for the poor. The President
In all this talk about bloated Cor-t iert,(le thul nU attacks upon great
iHiratlons, what or tno man wiiuiwj
vet encloses a waste-lino of sixty
.nclie more or less: (lad' If that
isn't Riaft. Ill eat picnics and cha'k
If you want to be reminded of, tho
days when ou wero n kid at your o
fathers table. ju ibku i .i.. mlnlBlrallon .,.,,.
It 1 called something clso, but It's
ibout 93 per cent. Importlueuco.
Sjmk fimk Lo.fift
lie generous and phi
lanthropic alonK right
lines, but don't let your
generosity run to such
length that you pay
tribute (reut) to a
landlord all your lite.
Ho your own landlord
and pay rent to your
aolf, and you will be
happier and mora pros
perous. Tho tlmo to
buy Is iuiw. See Trent
organizations of capital have arou-i-d
n bitter antagonism, and he ilerotia
considerable space In hli message to
an analysis of tho conditions which
have grown up In the country and
ngalnst which ho has arraed hlm
relf with a courage that appeals to
It Is n defenco of his Ad
antim ninv 8.1V
ftand and have the lawyer who docs- retmlred. but which will
n't are for our testimony, tell you p )n (hc ,,,, of tll(130 wll0 n.a(1
ou're talking too much. In ouo caso. . ...
,t was parental authority: In tho oth:, meMaK0 ,9 1(mB n8 nll ,ho
1'ie'iilnnt's State nauors are, but Is.
Irarefullv considered, and nil tho
,-, -- polnlB elaborated, and 11 will take its
Tisnt ,0 much fall ng oft a cco lmportnnt ad-
01 tripping up on a banana skin, a Administration. It
:t Is being seen doing It.
What are broken bones or bespat
tered clothes to the cackling laugh of
And what Is more humiliating to
the average street politician than to
have to run after his hat?
A distinguished New England dl
lno, known for his equanimity, wns
heard to say "Damn!" under hla
breath one day. as he cast his feet
Into the air and sat rather heavily on
an Icy sidewalk.
No great trouble annoyed him, but
the fact that he couldn't stand on his
own feet on precarious ice got away
with his philosophy.
will lie widely read and sharply crit
icised, but if tho Congress gives It
the attention it deserves, legislation
will remit that will be of lasting
benefit to tho entire country.
THE ARMY 0ANTE3N
Since thC abolishment of the army
rnnteen. tho publp has, heard con
Iderablo argument pro and con 10-
gardlng tho restoration of tho ser
vice. In line with Lord ItobcrtB of
the Ilrltlsh army, Hencral Miles, now
retired, favored the complete exclu
sion of all spirituous liquids from the
army posts. Hut there are many
high officers In tho service who b--
pcaled. The conclusions reached by
tho Rcncrnl aro to tho offect that
when the canteen was in operation
there were fewer desertions, fewer
tlnci nnd forfeitures Imposed by sen
tence of court-martial, and less nleo
holism. "1 am satlslled," declares
the (lencral, "Hint a careful consid
eration of the whole Rubjcct as set
forth in the special report, together
Willi tho view of tho department
commanders, will bo convincing evi
dence that tho abolition of tho can
teen has resulted In Injury to the
service. The morals anil discipline
of tlio army have suffered In conse
quence, though, of course, no one
should be so narrow as to believe
that tho abolition of tho canteen fea
ture would remove all evil effects ob-bcrvablo."
Certain advantages In the canteen
hnvo been noticeable slnco the mon
started outride of the posts for tho
purpose of Hccurlng Intoxicants. Our
American Mildler, lllc tho average
mortal. Is susceptible to Influences.
When ho frequents groggerles where
bad whiskey is sold, ho returns to his
duties in a condition which may un
lit him for proper service. Tho can
teens were conducted In a manner to
give assurance that the men would
not over-Indulge In strong drinks.
'I ho question present problem.
which should bo solved at the oarll' t
Tho LondonB arrove. They trtoli
sixty days to get to the Marquesas , uvo tnrU tho canteen Bhould be re
frain ltllo. A little lator the "bnaru ftoreil. They hate their belief upon
wns anchored to the Tnhltlan shore. tho conduct of the men In tho ranks
While waiting for somo repairs, Jack . BIlfe the latter were deprived of the
look a run up to San Francisco on j privilege of securing a limited supply
tho Mariposa, and Is now, with hli 1 0f intoxicants without going beyond
wife, on tho way back to the boutn luo connnes of their posts.
Seas. Thence on to Samoa and tho , According to those who advocated
Philippine. The High Prophets who ll0 abolishment of the canteen, tho
all that Mr. London was working rcpcnlC(1 application of tho War l)e
,'11 advertising scheme; tnat he would ,,artment for tho repeal of tho law Is
bo lost nnd then found by special 1 n((t i,a8P,i ,lnon fnct8. For tho pur
ilcspatch, are ncnln confounded. Tho 1 ll(,g(J r answering thlS assertion, Ma
Hlniplo sincerity and earnestness of , (jr (enorai u0n, chief or stuff, han
the man will In the end prevail, and CaU30u caroful study of the question
tavo him and us from further news- ,Q ))0 maJo nmj fn rrp0rt prepared
paperlsh surmises. The talk of dis- ..wm, the vlow of placing beforo tho
charged members of tho "Snark'n ' J Sccrotnry of War. In concise form,
crew la worth as much to Intrlnblc . ,ca8(,ns, W,y tho au- should bo ro
truth, as the talk of ook who nrel,, ,, . ,, ,..CTW.....,.. .. ...,..
discharged from kitchens for cause.
What they may say bears no relation
whatever to what they may have Boon
THE ROUTE OP SUBSIDY COIN
whllo they were nerving. ,
THE LATEST MESSAGE
The messiiBo of President llonsc
vclt lo the Houses of Congress urges
additional legislation concerning th
ichitioiiB between capital and labor,
and thus becomes of special Interest
tn tho wage-earners. The Supremo
Couit having decided that the em
ployers' liability law is unconstitu- Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
tlonnl, ho urges, its re-enactment, hiava. Good location. More land
limiting its scope to ns to apply to adjoining if desired.
asos to which tho court Bays It can Building site: College Hills, 40,
constitutionally apply. He presents COO sq. ft. Owner will accept raort
the caso very forcefully and Congros gage for full purchase price of land
hhould, and undoubtedly will, heed provided buyer builds house,
his recommendation. Tho message
may not unaptly bo tornied n labor FOR RENT FURNISHED
argument, and his suggestions and Hotel Street $50.00
(oncluslons meet many of the obje-- Prospect Street $50.00
tlons that hnvo been raised against Kaimuki $37.00
legislation that favored the employe.
It Is all wrong, ho says, to uso tho In
It may not hnvo been fully real
ized, but now that the Postmaster
General has mentioned It, tho mutter
Ib clear, the United States by sending
Its malls abroad in vetsels that aro
subsidized by (Ircat llrltnln becomes
a contributor to tho support of tho
I ti.i.i..t. ....... i.'.. in...i n.n n...
nnril lino STfin.uori nnnunlly us an
admiralty subvention, making Us
bhlps essentially a part of the Ilrltlsh
uavy. Tho ocean mall bill now bo
fore Congress Is favored by tho Post
master (icneral, becauso we aro now
dependent on foreign steamships for
the conveyance of all our direct malls
to tho principal countries of South
America and the Orient. Tho hill ho
favors autborlzen tho payment of
flrst-claBs rates to second-class ves
sels, on all routes 4000 miles or more,
In length on either tho Atlantic or
the Pncillc, and In any direction. To
pass such a measure would be In the
interest of American commerce, and
of advantage in tlmo of war. Con
gross has always balked on subsidies
lo our own vessels, apparently pre
ferring to aid In the support of a
foreign navy. Tho matter has never
1 boforo been to clearly set forth an
Mr. Meyer has done it, and his report
should havo great weight.
Klpn, which has In Innnds the phys
ical (and often tho nil) welfare of
our homes. When myslrlan flaunts
his defiance of nll deal codes and
regulations In the :cs of his fel
lows; when theorctlly nnd practi
cally ho trails his pcsslonal quali
fications in tho.diisio brings con
tempt upon tho who'rntcrnlty, nn.l
should bo ofllclnl remonstrated
If ho will not I'll to remon
strance, he should learned; nnd if
that l disregarded Mould bo dls
quatined; his rlghti practlco re
voked, and all his blcs corked un
til he gives cvldenco a willingness
to bo professionally iipulnus. '
In tho matter oSsclplinc, tho
lawyers aro far ahenf the doctors.
A breach of legal ctrtte Is quickly
punished, and the Ster, unlike tlio
Quack, has 11 Brief ccr.
THE MILLS OFIE GODS
Wallach has had day. It wns
a brief day, too, frau with menace
and mischance, one. at last. In
tetrlbiitton which, he man him
celf, no doubt seems of proportion
to hla offense.
To tluifo who ive carefully
wntclicil tho course events leading
up to tho final ininmcnt, It ap
pears that the untie personality
about which l!orkcdrc or less fol
lowing, was not iiicthcr without
Time nnd again- mail showed
want of confidence his own brag;
which Is ono form onsclcncc. And,
at last, ho was' wig to acknowl
edge defeat nnd to i guilty, which
showed somo regarc the rights of
others, and a sense moral propor
tion quite beyond IV of those who
made Wallach 11 icgoiit for tlio
carriage of their escc ends.'
Probably this urcsquc poser
who lias for so mi weeks caught
tho light and shndonir social trop
ical atmosphere, wild Is 11 simple,
paranoiac. Nnthlinore nor lcsa
than a'pOrvortcd dst.
Ho believed In self, but It is
doubtful If any c:t the few na
tives who wero dc.to to be cured
had liny faith In prophecy of
Thoso who Btipi'd hint directly
or Indirectly -pliyma, lawyern or
editors did so ft policy or pre
judice. Somo fcarhe Native vote,
and somo desired lanes to thrust
at what they cnllciclal Incapacity.
Neither attitude, d at tho high
wulcr mark of goltlzcnshlp. Tho
action of tho Uoaf Health Is Jus
tilled by the rutil tho episode. It
Is quite likely biaiy earlier prim
itive recourse! ml havo glorlllcd
Wallach in tlV cjof his licllcvor,
anil made hlna rtyr; giving him
Iho power 1111 priege he failed to
secure after 1 liwlcen granted per
mission to tick !h' gol-len npplo
with his ovvilnndl. J
When It nies tfcurlng disease
which medli seeir is helidcss to
lelleve, the lllc IsVlllhig to accept
the word obiy niA regarding any
bottled rem' ho ljly recommend.
The only y to jlvo ourselves and
the masses m thfcontlniicd danger
of quackerj lo ilve tho quacks 11
chance to hv ho llttlo they really
Bulletin 'ne Office Phone 230.
Bulletin EirialRoora Phone 135.
tlMMMM4r UH fiM
UP TO THE PROFESH
Junction to provent entirely proper
and legitimate actions of labor or
ganizations in their struggle for In
dustrial betterment, or under tpa
guise of protecting property rights
unwarrantably to Invade tho funda
mental rights 0UI10 Individual. To
this sentiment tho laboring body will
respond and capital cannot Justly ob
FOR REHT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35.00
Lunnliro Street $25.00
Xoung Street ?25.00
King Street S25.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Kcwalo Street $22,50
King Street $15.09
Aloha lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
No humnno man llkea to bo re
venged, or onjnys bringing an offend
er to Justice, but under tho present
social conditions certain principled
must be sustained and particular eth
ical standards enforced.
This applies to the medical proles-
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
A fiii god-mounted
ma!( a handsome
CO of rAl
MO-'ED Ilj SOLID GOLD.
Tlfices ap very reason-
Ject to It. It Ib In tho interest of tho tiama btreet ytiMV
cqunro deal, for which the President Deretania Street $40,00
has always been an ndvncatc. He In-1 "
hists on such laws as shall better se
cure control over tho great business
concerns ongnged In Interstate com
merce, and lie would have tho Into''-,
state Commerce Commission given
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
B. F. Ehlers
ien .the moon comes
J:e your motor car and
npanion and go down
lalciwa. It is the
t drive in the district,
.he roads are in splcn
condition. ' ST. CLAIR BIDQ00D..
S. S. HIZiONIAN TOMOEEOlr7
I K .(
Celery Brussels Sprouts Rhubarb
.Cauliflower Hubbard Squash
- Horseradish Root Rutabagga Turnips
Pears Oranges Grape-fruit
Lemons Choice Apples
Henry May & Co
oa cJ ftt o
(Continued from Pare 1) !
should bo qulto an attraction on that
day nnd the hou.-.o coninilttees of Iho
various clubs have a Hireling today to
decide the exact rntcrPilnnicnt which
the clubs will extend to their mem
bers nnd their friends on that day. '
"The members of tho Promotion
Committee nro urgently requesting
that all merchants along the lino of
Iho nnrado havo their flag lip, and
Outfit Yourself !
For 1908 !
witri offloe or pocket J
DIARIES for daily jottings; '
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAHAN ANNUAL for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Booh Store
the front of their stores decorated on
February 22.1. Silch decoration should
not bo confined to the lino of tho pa
rade exclusively, but nll tho (.tores mi
our main thoroiighfures bhould be d'-e-orated.
All the stores should bo
closed and In every way tho day
should be made n gala day. If all the
peoplo come dressed In whllo cloth
ing If possible tho beauty of the effect
will bo much Increased. Mr. A. Hart
ley has nrranged with .Mr. Uonlne, the
moving picture man, to take moving
1 Icturea nlong the lino of the parade
and these pictures will bo exhibited
all over the United States and If nll
or nearly all those who appear In the
pictures aro dressed In whlto. unques
tionably a Ftrongcr Impression will bo
made wherever tlu-te pictures aro ex
hibited. Tho committee foels that
this Is not asking too much. 113 nearly
all the men and certainly all tho wo
men nro provided with wardrobes of
white. While pannmn or straw lints
would sllll further carry out the l.lc.i
lhal every day lr, a Miuimcr day lu I It-wall.
ABE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualed any
where on the beach.
Tint Jab Prlntin ct h BulUtln.
You'll Go Home
in fine shape if you have a
bits of hot lunch with us
after the day's work.
(Billy Howell's Place)
All t mo biles
WITH WATER-COOLED ENGINES
ZINETY PER CENT, of all American and European cars, inolud-
mg tne leaning; maxes, are WAXtat-uuunsu; only ten . per
cent, are AIR-COOLED.
water at any temperature can be relied on to cool the
enprinc; it adds very little to the weight of a car 'and prevents repair
bills, which cannot be avoided with ovorheated enirines cooled by oil. or
AIR-COOLED cars may be all riht in a cold climate. But in the
tropics the wise man will buy a WATER-COOLED car every time.
xHere are a few of the leading WATER-COOLED cars:
Come and see -them at our show-rooms.
Demonstrations cheerfully given. '
I Tire von rlamm-Young .Co.,
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