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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, MAIICH t, 1D0S.
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Appropriate Ceremony Accompanied By An
nouncement That Trustees Will Make
4 School Beneficiary Of McKinley
The corncr-stono of tlio now Hono
lulu High School which Is to bo tho
beneficiary of tho McKinley Memo-,
rial fund nnil tnko tho name of tho
McKinley lllgli School was laid yes
terday afternoon by the Alumni of
the school assisted by a largo assem
bly of friends and pupils of the Insti
tution. A very Important Incident of tho
function was tho announcement by
Judge Dole, who was ono of the prin
cipal speakers, that tho trustees of
tho McKinley Memorial 1'und had
voted to devote thu memorial funds
to tho High School, Tho terms of
tho gift are contained In the follow
ing resolution, which Mr. Dolo read:
"Hcsolvcd, That the proposal of
the Hoard of Education and tho
Btudents of tho Honolulu High
School that tho now building of
Jlio Honolulu High School bo
named the McKinley High School
bp accepted, and In consideration
thereof that a bronze statue of tho
lato President McKinley, costing
not moro than S9U00, bo erected
on tho grounds of such school and
that tho balance of tho fifnds In
the hands of this committee bo
assigned to three trustees, ono of
whom shall bo tho principal of
i Buch school nnd his successors,
tho other two to be appointed by
tho Hoard or Education ; J1000 of
such funds to bo expended in
books for the school library and
tho net Incomo of tho balance of
Euoh trust funds to bo devoted to
tlid Increase, and care of tho li
brary of such school and tho caro
of tho Btntuo."
Tho announcement was greeted
with applause, and when Mf. Dolo fin
ished his speech ho was given thrcu
"hearty cheers from tho studonts of
The corncr-stono ceremony was
carried out with a perfection of de
tail that reflected credit on all those
connected with It. Tho Btand for
tho Bpoakcrs nnd guests was drapod
with hags and tho whoto grouped
about tho corner-stone in a style to
glvo tho best effect. Tho corner
stone bearing tho figures 1908 was
suspended above Its place and In full
view of tho audlcnco.
Robert King, president of tho
Alumni Association, was tho provid
ing omccr. Seated on tho platrorm
with him wcro: Professor Scott.
Judge Dolo, J, S. Donagho, Commis
sioners of Public Instruction C. J.
Hutchlns, W. Williamson, S. K. Kn
nakanul, Mr. Cardon and Mrs. J. M.
Dowsctt, Prof, Alexander, Mr. Cox,
K. D. Dlanchard, Miss Woodford, Miss
Dow, Mrs. Ilabbitt, Mrs. Kinney, Miss
Tucker, Mlsg L. Whltford, Miss 15,
Has Honolulu killed the Chicago
Chief of PollcoT
That Is tho question that Is agitat
ing the minds of some of tho goad
peoplo who'follow tho Interpretation
of tho cablo dispatches.
It will bo remembered that Hono
lulu crowned King Edward beforo
tho deed was dono In London, but
that was beforo tho days of tho cablo.
Tho question camo up this morn
ing when tho cablo dispatches told
tho story of tho anarchist, who was
supposed to havo killed tho Chicago
Chief of Police, having been burled
In "Potter's field." This struck many
as mighty quick work, as there had
been no provlous announcement of
the deatn of thooinarchlst.
This set people on the street ask
ing questions and the men In tho
nowspaper offices looking up the skol
etonlzed dispatches of the Associated
Press, it Bhlppy was killed, how did
they dispose of the anarchist so
Tho original cablegram of March 2
read: "Chicago chief police Shippey
McGregor, Governor Frcnr, Miss U.
Wagner, Chang Loy, Mrs. Crockett,
Miss II. Ncedham, Dr. and Mrs. Ding
ham, Covcrnor.Clcghorn, Illshop lies
tarlck. Prof. Orimths. Prof. Wood,
P. h. Home, Inspector Haldwtn, Dr.
Ilodgcrs, K. A. Schnefcr, W. 0. Smith.
The exercises were opened with
prayer by Illshop Hestarlck, who was
followed by Principal M. M. Scott.
Mr. Scott gave a very Interesting ad
dress that recalled the old dajs and
leading citizens of former times. His
detailed history of tho school was as
History of the School
"In 1833 tho Onliu Charity School
first opened Its doors Its avowed
object was to try Its experiment of
teaching hnlf-wlilles tho Kngllsh lan
guage; and wo find It designated In
official reports many jears later ns
tho Kula Hnpa, or half-whites school.
Wo shall hnvo occasion to noto this
school from time to time as It passes
through Its various stages as tho Ho
nolulu Town School, tho Port Street
School,-nnd flnnlly It Is tho High
"In 1849 n legal provision was
made for a special tax to bo levied
upon all foreign residents, the pro
ceeds to bo devoted to tho education
of tho children of such foreigners.
Thus was made tho first government
provision for the education of white
children In separate schools. Hut ns
tho fathers of tho part-Hawaiian cut!
dren shared In the burden of tho
support of such schools their chit
dren wcro given tho samo privileges
us thouo of pure whlto blood. In this
moNement tho old O.iliu Chnrlty
Bchool .changed Its character and Its
name, becoming n tchool for whlto
nnd half-white children, and taking
tho nanio of tho Honolulu Town
School. Anticipating this story n
little, wo noto that a few years later
it combined with n privnto school for
whlto children, taking tho njimo of
tho fatter and becoming tho Tort
Street School. Prum that tlmo to the
present no radical changes hate been
imtdo In tho constitution of this
school, but It has grown and develop
ed with tho community nnd Its needs
until it has becumo the allied schools
headed by the present Honolulu'HIgh
"In 1800, Mj Hrowster opened n
txhool In the basement of the old
Kort Street Church with twenty-ono
pupils. In tho report of 18C2, It Is
mentioned us tho Port Street Select
School, taught by Mr. Hrowster, as
sisted by Miss Trucsdell, and num
bering lltty pupils. In September,
1805, tho school passed Into tho
hands of Mr. Maurice II. llcckwlth
who carried It on for fourteen years,
It was assumed as n government
school by tho Hoard of Education in
March, 18C9, and by permission of
tho Trustees of tho Fort Street
shot killed anarchist who entered
homo his son wounded coachman."
This was Interpreted In tho two
afternoon paper offices to mean that
Chief of Pollco Shlppy hnd been shot
and killed. Heading It ovor a second
tlmo, It appears that It might woll
read two ways, and mean that tho
Chief of Pollco of Chicago bad shot
nnd killed nn anarchist who entered
tho homo of bis son.
Tho cablo received thin morning
beais out tho latter Interpretation,
und, If It proves to bo tho fact, every
body of courso will Bay that "of
courso" that was the way to read It,
and how strange that such a mistake
Bhould bo made.
Mcanwhllo It Is rcnsonablo to be
lle vo that, nftor all, Chief of Pollco
Shlppy may not bo dead. There
seems no doubt that tho nnnrchlst
came to an early end and has bren
President Ceo. W. Smith of tho Mer
chants' Association has appointed H.
A. Mclnorny, W. II. Smith and R, J
Duchly ns a committee, to net togeth
er with u similar committee of tho
Chamber of Commerce, to take up tho
matter of tho proposition mado by
Manager Schwcrln of tho Pacific Mall
Steamship Co, to resorvo ten statu
rooms on Its AmcrlcanOioutld Btoam
Bhlps for passengers from Honolulu
who hnvo bought round-trip tickets to
Hawaii nnd back, and for lay-over pas
sengers from other steamers of tho
Will UN ill RHggM
t nrvnto n-l-rlnll I (EuMlited 1STS1 I
V, I PkWVMIlUN
Church, It was carried on, as It had
previously been, In tho basement
looms of that building, until No em
ber, 18C9, when tho school was rc
mocd to the stono building erected
by the Hoard on a site purchased for
that object on tho corner of Port nnd
"In 1870, it existed In two depart
ments, under Mr. M. II. llcckwlth as
principal, with Miles M J. Arimtrong
nnd Holla Holdcn ns assistants, with
112 pupils. Tho site nnd building
"In September, 1873, the Hoard of
Kducntlon authorized tho Inspector
(icncrnl, Mr. II. It. Hitchcock, to pre
pare a curriculum of Btudles for the
school, which should embrace a High
school course. Such n course was
prepared, approved by the Hoard, and
enforced. Number of pupils, 69.
"In 1878, tho attendanco on the
rchool had fallen off to forty-two
bojs. Soon after this, Mr. Alatau T.
Atkinson, who had a prlvatu school
known ns tho St. Albnn's College, was
appointed principal, bringing his pri
vnto pupils, both boys and girls, In
tuo school, increasing tho enrollment
In 1880 to ICG pupils, and In 1S8L
"Such Is n brief history of tho
origin nnd transformation of tho be
ginning and progress of tho present
High School. In 1891 tho present
site of tho school was purchased by
tho Hoard of Education for tho sum
of $30,000, nnd tho pupils wcro hous
ed In tho present building known as
tho High School building."
Then tho corner-stono was lowered
Into Its plnco nnd thoroughl cement-
id by Robert King. Tho box under
tho stone contained other than the
regulation documents nnd nowspv
pers, a series of articles written by
students of tho school on tho future
of Hawaii as related to tho lonstrm
tlon of the Panama Canal.
Miss Lydln Wagner recited "Tho
Chambered Nautilus" In a ery ef
fective manner. Tho High School
chorus rendered an adaptation of
Kipling's "Let Wo Forget."
Judgo Dolo spoko on tho value of
a "school Bplrlt" and tho Importanco
of good-natured, vigorous rivalry In
building up character. Ho announc
ed tho action of tho McKinley Me
morial trustees as contained In tho
1'ebolutlon passed at tho latest meet
ing. Chung I.oy spoko for the students
of tho school In a most finished style
Commissioner Williamson responded
for tho Commissioners of Public In
struction and a final chorus by tho
school closed tho exercises. Tho Ha
waiian band was In attendance nnd
i furnished a few selections beforo nnd
after tho regular program.
It Is planned to hao tho McKinley
High School ready for occupancy by
tho first of September.
! m is
Another bmgluiy look place n fow
rights ago at tho resilience of Angus
tus S. Cuutln, a draftsman, 1148 Wll
tier nenue, next to tho residence of
H. II. Paris. Tho thief gained nn on
franco through n window and got
cway with flSSll in cutdi. Mrs. Can
tin nnoko nnd biiw tho Intruder, but
It wus too dark to allow her to ills
tlngulsh his realities or his clothing
and Hho was ton frightened to raise
an alarm until nftcr ho had mudo his
Traces left by tho burglar show that
ho wns bin ('footed, Tho pollco say
that tho matter has not been reported
An InhiUtloa lor
Cr.olon li Boon to Alhmllc.
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Owing to modern methods of living
not ono woman in n thousand ap
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without experiencing n, train of very
annoying and sometimes painful
This Is tho most critical period of
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who neglects thu caru of her health
at this tlmo invites disease nnd pain.
When her system is In n dcrunged
condition or sho Is predisposed to
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tho tendency Is nt this porloil
likely to becomo ncttio nnd with n
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burden. At this tlmo also cancers
ami tumom lira moro llablo to form
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Such warning symptoms as sense
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TVjir Mrs 1'lnl.lmin '
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Dear Mrs Plnlliam.
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