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EVENING BULLETIN; nONOLUMJ.T. H., WEDNESDAY, APR. 8, 1908.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire lied
Co., 1250 Alupal St. Telephono
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left at the Ha
waiian Nowb Co., Young bldg. Phone
29 or cor. Alakca and Hotel Sta.
Sen Hasting for repair of Locke,
KeyB, Music Doxea, Sharpening ot
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
House for Rent
For Summer Months.
Immediate possession. 2 large bed
rooms, dining-room, living-room,
bathroom, etc. Use of row-boat.
$30.00 per Month
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
nt Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St,
Beretania, Alakea. and Union.
For Over 60 Years
has bn im tor ottr SIXTY
YKAKS br MILLIONS Of tiothor.
INO, wltk perfect rocc-a-. IT
HOCTHIM the! CHILD. BOrTKNH
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CURES WIND COLIC. .ml tttha
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do other kind. 3 Ceitt a Bottlo. Ej
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobllea, etc, call on
J, E. Santos.
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beretania
5t. near Emma, W. B. KAM, Mgr.
Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata,
Fort St. near Kukul.
Far house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Goneral Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola ana Beretania.
Yee Slnj Kte Plumber and Tlntmlth,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Blank books ot ell sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
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King Street near South
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
183 KING BT.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen SU., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jebbert
AMERICAN DRY GOOD.
WORT and QUEEN ST
manufactured from ure dlitllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city b'
OABU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 629
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River fits.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAQLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 676.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watchdealen.
Aeent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and ETNG Sts.. Honolulu.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15S HOTEL STREET.
does away with the Dark Room in or
The film, after exposure, is placed
in the Developing Tank, in daylight,
and left for 20 minutes, the cup con
taining it being turned end for end
It needs no further attention, and
turns out a higher average of films
than any other process.
Time-development has'proved to be
the only correct and scientific meth
od. Saves trouble, worry, waste.
Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
You wiU shortly
Gold Watch, etc.
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU,
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Hade.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Ask Your Grooer
NANIWA & CO.,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. O. Box 775; Tel. 327.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 381
"De boss give me a clearlnc-houso
"For how much?"
"Ker nuttln. It was me walking
papers." Detroit Kree Press,
SECRETARY OF STATE SAYS EU
ROPEANS ARE NOT OF SU
NEW YORK. N. Y., March 14.
"Dlo Zolt," a dally newspaper of Vi
enna, contains In Its number of
March 1st, received In New York to
day, a remarkable Interview by its
Washington correspondent with Sec
retary Root. Tho Secretary of State
went over tho whole. Immigration
question ami In tho courso of his re
marks likened tho Influx ot part of
tho allenB now pouring Into tho Unit
ed States Dohemtans, Jews, Iloumn-
tilnriB, Poles, and others to "tho In
vasion of barbarians Into thu Homau
At tho conclusion of tho Interview
the Secretary confessed that lie had
no remedy to suggest. Thu Interview
Is as follows:
"Secretary Uoot With regard to
tho Immigration problem, thu United
States Is now In tho position or the
ltoman empire Invaded by the bar
barlans, who overran It In search of
Overrunning United State.
Tlio barbarians sanitates, mel
ons, Avarlns, etc., were miserably
poor and tho rich countries of thu
ltoman empire with their high cul
ture, Irresistibly attracted them.
"Tho lama peoples I mean from
the Bamo country that sent barbari
ans Romeward Crcotlans, Iiolieml-
ans, Slovaks, Roumanians, PolcS;
Ruthnlans, Jews and uncultured
South Italians aro overrunning tho
United States. And, as In the olden
dnys, they bring their wives and chil
dren, settle down In our tnldut, push
ing and crowding us and begin life
anew as If they wero In a conquered
"The Correspondent Hut the
United States couldn't exist without
No Longer Assimilate
"Secretary Root Agreed; but cir
cumstances absolutely require that
Immigrants assimilate, with our na
tion. This assimilation was quick
and easy as long as tho Immigrant's
Intellect and education wero equal to
our own that is, during thu period
when tho great mass of futuru cltl-
zens landing at our shores were Irish,
German, French, Scotch or Scandlna-
vlans. They camo In goodly numbers
and were wolcomo, but never reached
present-day figures a million or more.
per annum: and of this million, 750,-
000 are East Europeans, people whom
Europe Itself regards as only half-
"Americans did not object when
those East Europeans came In small
bunches. Whllo small In number,
they wero obliged to educnto up to
tho country s average, state ot civil!
zatlon. They assimilated becaime
they wero constantly dealing with
Americans, having no countrymen ot
their own to fall back on.
Japanese Come as Looters
"But nowadays they como In rogl
ments and army corps and follow each
other so closely that their assimila
tion becomes Impossible. A look Into
tho Jewish quarter on the East Sldo
ot New York or Into Chicago's Polish
quarter, will explain.
"I was thinking particularly or tho
Japanese when I likened present-day
immigration conditions In Amorlca to
thoso in tho Roman Empire at a cer
tain period. Tho Japanese Immigra
tion in tho United States Is like the
Invasion of a foreign raco roady to
decamp after securing tho coveted
"It's tho samo with respect to a cer
tain grade of Italians tho uncivilized
southern Italians In particular. But
Italy, even le-.s than Japan, will not
allow us to dictate whether or not her
subjects come hero. And whllo It Is
clearly Impossible from tho stand
point of International politics to pre
vent immigration altogether, such u
measure would not meet with tho ap
proval of the American rteoplo either.
AmorlcanB Insist that this Is the
tho country of liberty, offering an
itsylum to every honest man.
"Tho correspondent In your opin
ion, Mr. Root, do you think that the
emigration question will becomo a
matter of politics sooner or later?
"Sccrotary Hoot I only know that
It Is discussed In public with occa
sional intorcst and that it Is a factor
to be reckoned with In our rotations
with all foreign countries. But as I
said beforo, It Is a natural phenome
non. Or, perhaps, I should say nn
cconomlo one. When America Is rich.
Immigration Increases; In times ol
business depression it falls oft, see
sawing llko the rato ot Intorcst.
"Tho Correspondent Tho simplest
solution of tho emigration problem
then would be to allow the United
States to fall into poverty.
"Secretary Root laughed and ended
the Intcrvlow." '
EVANS ON ARMOR BELT
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25,
Admiral Evans has sent to the Secre
tary of tho Navy a report on the po
sition of tho armor belt qf all tho
ships of his Fleet at every port which
the Fleet touched utter leaving
It Is stated that It shows that
when the vessels arrived at Magda
lena Hay the armor belts showed sev
eral Inches higher than when the
vessels left Hampton Roads.
This Is declared to be as It should
be because the vessels were loaded
down to the limit when they left for
the South. They would not have
been so loaded when they were going
Into action, and with a fighting load
the armor belt would show pretty
much as it does now at Magdalena
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Dm. It B.t m. or7-ll. o lr.lb. In
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la uk. lb. Mojod- I.W Ui. iumcl
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from Coa-b. of lno.m.4
CoadlUo. of lb. tbri.
goad M.UI (or do
180 Fulloa rXroL
SAYS WOMEN DON'T WANT TO
VOTE EQUAL PROPER.
Washington, March 21. "Don't
vote," Is the advice of "Undo Joe"
Cannon, Speaker of the House, to tho
women of the United States. In an
Interview today ho talked interest
ingly and philosophically on the sub
ject of woman's suffrage, tho rights
of women and kindred subjects. Ho
cleverly ovaded the question of
whether ho favored tho suffrage for
the weaker sox and put his views In
a nutshell, as follows:
"H don't say women should pot
vote, but I don't bellovo they want
This was what the Speaker had to
'Tho dear girls have been coming
over hero for thirty years trying to
get tho Constitution amended so that
women can voto, and nothing has been
dono about It yet. It the women who
aro agitating a question want my ad
vice, I will say this to them. 'Don't
wasto time In Washington asking for
a Constitutional amendment. If you
got it It would havo to be ratified by
two-thirds of tho States. Every State
determines these questions for Itself.
Women havo full suffrage In three
Concentrate In Three 8tates.
"Let the suffragists concentrate
their efforts on New York, Illinois and
Ohio. It's a wholo lot easier to win
one Btato than It Is to win forty
three." ''But, Mr. Speaker," Interrupted tho
Interviewer, "Tho suffragists In Now
York claim tho Constitution does not
have to be amended: that it guaran
tees tho right to voto to every citizen
and tho courts long ago decided that
women aro cltlzons."
Mr. Cannon nodded sympathetically.
"But they don't voto," he Bald.
"They told mo hero In Washington,"
said tho interviewer, "that you aro
opposed to woman suffrage on tho
ground that no ono Ib entitled to two
votes, nnd that a woman would have
her own nnd her husband's."
But It Was a Joke.
"Oh, that was a Joke," explained tho
speaker. "A little fellow who Is prin
cipal of a school here brought about
twenty pretty girls up to seo me. In
soma way tho question ot woman sut
frago was mooted, and I said I would
n't allow any ot theso pretty girls to
vote, because that would gtvo teach
of them two votes her own and that
of any follow she married.
"Tlino has worked many changes
for tho better in tho economic and so
cial condition ot women, I studied
law in Indiana but went to practice
In Illinois. I did not know any too
much then. In thoso days a married
woman could not make a valid con
tract. Her wages belonged to hor
husband. Sometimes a woman found
herself married to a worthless hus
band. Helped Frame Equal Rights.
"Though that woman could not
mako a contract, sho could always
get credit everywhero on her simple
word and hor worthless husband could
not get himself trubted for a quid ot
tobacco. I am glad to say that I
holped framo tho law tliore that gave
all women, married or single, tho
"But man muBt always sustain tho
family, woman bear and rear the chil
dren. It Ib tho law of Ood, or nature,
and will bo maintained to the end.
Woman's Is not a lower calling than
man's, but a higher."
ROYALTY CARRIES FIRST AID
Berlin, Oermany, March 28. The
recent regicides and attacks upon
rulers have Induced the Kaiser to
place In all carriages used by him
self and members ot his family a
complete flrst-ald-ta-the-wounded kit.
This consists ot two rubber bandages,
a rubber tube and two antiseptic
bandages, Bcsldos tho Emperor, bis
adjutants and nil members ot the
household wear a certain kind of sus
penders that can bo used at a mo
ment's notice for bandages. This
suspender Is an Invention ot Wil
liam's uncle, tho lato Professor von
Esmnrch, Inventor of tho "bloodless
sT One 5v
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Ily young lady; house work prefer
red. Apply 1429C Holt lane.
Ily German woman; housework or
cooklug. Address "3.," this of
Position as steam plow engineer; ca
pable nnd able; six years In last
place. Address "J, A.," this of
Second-hand flat-top desk; must be .
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about (5x2x1
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Room with or without board; refer
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Nicely furnished sitting and bed
room with bath, electric lights, for
rent cheap. Enquire Curio Den,
yort Bt. 3067-lw
House, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Punahou District, convenient to car
linos. Enqulro W. C. Wcedon. Stan
gcnwald Bldg., or P. O. Box 6S8.
Large house on Beretania Bt. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished cottages and housekeep
ing rooms; gas stoves; S12 to $2G.
F. B. King, Cottage Grove, King
Furnished cottage at the beach, op
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March 12. May be had at this of
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AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
Autocar runabout, Model 190C, in
first-clans condition; fully equip
ped. II. 11. Cbcnl, tiuartcrmaster's
Depot; Tel. 130. 39CS-tt
A valuable collection of stamps. This
colectlou Is the property of the
widow ot the late 11. W. Uoweo,
and Is the result of his effort la
many years ot labor; they can be
seen at tho Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curblnr,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahotl
College. Addrea It. F this offloe.
Stock paying good Interest, in well-
known Honolulu firm; smalt quan
tity for sale. Address "L. V.," this
Camera made from koa wood, plate
holders and a complete outfit. Can
be seen at Hawaiian News Co.'s
store, Bishop St. 3957-tt
One genuine Shetland pony, for sate
cheap. A. G. Curtis, Kurtlstown,
Upright Kroner piano, In good con
dltlon. Address Box 23, Bulletin
A few settings ot pure Butt Arplng
ton eggs. Address, Box 40, Llhue.
Fine piano. Cash or Installments,
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Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
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Improved and Modern 8UGAS MA
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pairs executed at shortest notice.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S, BERETANIA BT,
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