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Urother Mcllrlile should be on the
Entertainment Conunlttec. As nu
entertainer his (nine has Rained n
place in two cities.
Hello! poor rinklinni'ii volco Is
hoard (roni tlio tomb again In nn pdl
turlnl utterance' Co It. l.uz.irus!
"Hven In dentil these men tliclr
Uctlm dread." Pontius Pilate.
Mrs. Watklns' inopoi.al to Inter
est tlio i:.isternor In oriilmniigcs
where the children can grow up with
the country Is an excellent Idea. Ha
wall la the one placo o( the whole,
earth (or bucIi an Institution.
lust as the sugar optimists wcro
beginning to think there might he a
hole In the doughnut utter all, the
Loudon mid the centrifugal market
kindly Rive signs of strength. Don't
get discouraged. This would bo u
good season If tlio price should drop
as low as four cents.
Another demonstration of the
value of the morning paper "word"
was furnished in the Crook dlvorco
Kind friends called on the evening
newspapers and asked that only
passing mention be made ot the
Crook dlorcc case out ot considera
tion (or the extreme nervous condi
tion of one of the parties to tho Buit.
Assurance was given that the morn
ing paper would do the same. "Ills
word" was given. The result was
(list page and a photograph. "My
The further restriction of Jnpan
tie emigrants coming to this port
will likely cause u passing Hurry.
Hawaii has a way of looking on the
dark side of any movement that has
to do with the restriction of laboring
people. We feel certain, however,
that no serious shortage in the labor
market will be experienced. It is be
coming more and more evident that
the Japaneso who have lived In the
islands (or a term of years regard
the place as their home. The ten
dency Is for them to return from Ja
pan and more permanently establish
themselves here. We believe there Is
' enough of such people to do tho
work of tho Islnnds for somo years to
come. Ab the months go by, the
progress toward the European sup
lily will bo more marked, with the
result that conditions will not be se
riously upset though tho racial sit
uatlon will quietly become much bet
REPUBLICANS SHOULD ACT.
To Just what extent the political
views of Senator Hewitt ot Kau aio
tempered by his opinions on tho land
question, wo will not attempt to say,
but there is no doubt that the Re
publican party of the Territory of
.Hawaii needs to look well to Its
The danger to the party at the
present time Is Its oxtrcmo lethargy
when tho opposition is so active.
Democrats, (or Instance, are con
stantly at work getting their men In
shape and learning on whom they
Republicans nro doing nothing.
Democrats may not have more than
n baker's dozen for n following, but
tbnt baker's dozen, well orgmnlrcd
and constantly on the wutch, is a
viuore effective foice than thirteen
hundred membois of the party In
'power unorganized and unable to
state Just where thoy stand.
Tho Republican party should be
sending Its runneis out nnd limiting
its preliminary canvass nt the pres
ent time, It should by nil means bo
In a position to meet tho opposition
at every point andltnow what formor
, v Republicans nro openly or secretly in
.the ranks or tho opposition.
' To this suggestion, tho pollco or
, jwi of the Democracy will of couise
inuko the objection that tho political
worltois uie beginning to look early
lor tho loaves and fishes. To post
pone ns long ns possible any uctlvlty
on tlurpart of tlin Republicans Is a
..part of the Dumocintlc game.
'The prollmliiary canvnsH Is nll-itu-portaut
ut this tliiio for the further
iruwm that the Republican party
minim no iiiorougiuy informed on
issued on Tuesday of each week
PAYABLE IN ADV.NCE.
Entered at I In- rolofiice at Honolulu
at ftrcotut clam mttter.
MAY 23, 1908
the politics and the location of the
votois pievlous to the prlmailcs. If
this Is no,t done. It will be possible
to run anything and everything Into
the Republican primaries. It Is mnro
than probable that Democrats and
the "floating vote" may turn tho
primaries of the Republican party so
iiB to prevent the nomination ot the
superior men willing to become can
didates. There Is no good rcarun
why men who uro on the Democratic
tolls, or lu tho ranks of the various
"parties of peace" that nie being or
ganized, should voto at the Repub
lican primaries. It is a foregone con
clusion that they will not stny with
the party. They vote In tho prlmaiy
only to help a friend through in his
hour of need.
If It be true, as Senator Hewitt
sas, that the Hawaiian-Americans
a ro very much dissatisfied with the
flfteen-jcai-leaso law which tho Del
egate put through Congress, It Is
none too early for tho campaign of
education to begin. Tho hour Is even
late. Senator Hewitt Is not the only
one who reports opposition to this
new law. Tho Democrats are ag
gressive and watching for every
point of vantage.
As for the Acht party and tho
Home Rule party nnd various other
"Independent" organizations, they
are dangerous only by their constant
agitation nnd nilsieprqscntutlon.
They do not control a largo voto but
they keep alive the campaign lies,
and In that way help the cause o( Re
Tho ordinary way of conducting
the campaign has been for the Re
publicans to wait until tho last mo
ment and then exert till their effort
in lambasting tho wayward ones Into
line. This has been fairly successful
but It will be used once too often.
Tho result of this type of last-
minute campaigning Is to bring into
use the least reputable features of
political manipulation, for a ticket
that has weak points on account of
the party allowing Its primaries to
be swayed by the floating vote.
Either tho County committee ot
each election district or some sub
committee of the Territorial organi
zation should begin the Individual
canvass of the voters Immediately.
True, a later canvass would have to
bo made previous to tho election, but
It Is n very vnluable thing In poll
.tics to know what men can be de
pended upon from tho first to the
Hewitt Is right in that something
should he done by tho Republicans.
He Is also correct In his assertion
Lunalilo Street $27.50
Kalakaua Avenu $25.00
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Pensacola Street $35.00
Hstlock Avenue $20.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street $20.00
Kewalo Street $20.00
King Street $15.00
Hackfeld Street $20.00
Emma Street $50.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $55.00
Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
good location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Only a Short Time
It will he only a little while
before It 'oil! cost you mora
money to buy u home. Now
one may be had at a bar
gain We have a beautiful
home for $3SG9.00, a house
of 8 rooms with all modern
that the land policy will bo a strong
factor In the campaign. And the Re
publican party, by reason of Its being
the party of the Administration, will
be subject to a general attack by ev
ery disappointed laml-secker.
Wo do not believe Republicans
should supinely view Increasing op
position to the Delegate nnd his work
FREAR APPROVES HULA
(Continued from Pace 1)
something that will be so unique
they will remember It always," was
practically tho Major's indorsement,
and he approved a cablegram to that
erfect sent by Mcllrldo to the Hono
lulu committee. Phclau went even
further by dictating the following
"Acting Governor Ernest Mott-
"Ab requested, I suggest character
istlc Hawaiian entertainment, Ball
ors' athletic games and other Impor
tant changes, and that McDrldo ar
range general plan proposed now,
our committee helping.
"JAMES D. P1IELANV
The hula dance, which Is .a char
acteristic Island form ot entertain
ment, is performed by native women
in rather undress costume. Mcllrldo's
plan, which has been Indorsed by
Governor Erear, Is that thU dance be
given publicly under the auspices ot
the committee, with certain regula
tions governing dress, etc. Other
wise, ho sas, the Bailors will con
trive to see It anyway, nnd not nl-
wnjs under tho best circumstances.
The lunu feasts, which some ot the
Hawaiian committee also want ta
booed, is a favorite, native form ol
banqueting. Those who attend it sit
cross-legged around a big circle, nnd
nre served Island dishes, tho most
famous of which are pol, a form of
vegetable paste, and roast pig cooked
in the ground. All these things, It
Is believed, would make a tremendous
hit with the seamen.
Mcllrlde Is also securing the opin
ions of the Bailors themselves. With
out exception, they have declared en
thusiastically for the hula nnd tho
luau. The opposition to this form of
entertainment In Hawaii Is said to
havo come from certain of the mis
sionaries, while others are Just as em
phatically in their favor.
Tho abovo paragraph seems to sum
up tho lofty Ideas that have como
from that energetic young Mcllrlde.
Ho hns kindly token the wholo burden
of entertaining tho fleet on his sturdy
shoulders. that Is, ho did, until tho
Executive Committee, becamo fearful
for his health, and romoicd any su
perfluous autnorlty from him. Now
he undertakes tho no small task of
telling whero In tho pconlo of Hono
lulu disapprove, of hula dancing, and
mo uovernor 01 tno Territory ap
Acting uovernor .Mott-smltli re
ceived a long letter from McDrldo this
morning. It enmo from tho Coast to
PIllo on tho Enterprise, and wns
brought over on tho Mnuna Kca thlh
Mr. Mott-Smllh sajs that McDrldo
acknowledges the receipt of tho cables
from him to tho effect that plans for
For Yonr Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes cnly.
We have two patterns in each of
the following- colon:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
' 36 inches wide.
Ihp cnlerlnlniiirnt of the fleet would
binrrnnged here, nnd that ho would
nbldc by them and nwnlt further In
It dors not take much of n guesscr
to figure out that Mcllrldo nnd "a
plenty" to say which was not Tor pub
(Continued from lace 1
Jnck Dosha l.lt to short and
thrown out. Hampton hit snfu nvor
second limns hit soft) to center, nd
vanclng Hampton to third. Kla flow
out to third. Williams making a nice
one handed catch. Hooks sent a long
one to Hartley .loy, who dropped It,
nllnnltig two men to cross tho pan.
McCorrlstott flew out.
Johnnie Williams fanned. Alt Wll
Hams got safe on bum throw from
third to first Soaren Hew out to left.
tlriins Hew out to second.
Hendlrson Hew out to short. Dill
Desha beat n bunt out to first nnd I.y
man fled out to third. Hill Deshn
caught trIng to steal.
En Sue got a three-bagger to right.
Diishncll Hew out to center. J, Wil
liams hit safe, scoring En 8ue. Har
ney Joy hit safe to centre. J. Wil
liams was caught napping at second
nnd thrown out. Arclu was safo on
tickler's choice, Joy being thrown out
.Tacit Dosha Hew out to centre.
1 1 am pj on struck out. Harry Uruns
went out from pitcher to flrst.
John Williams Hew out to McCor
rlston, Alf Williams struck out.
Boat el flew out to short.
Kla hit a hot liner to Williams, who
squee :cd it. Hooks swatted the ozono
as hard as ho could three times. Plen
ty ox itement nnd enthusiasm In
crowtl. McCorrtston fanned.
Driois reached flrst on nn overthrow
of thfc shortstop. En Sue safe on
flcldc 's choice, and stolo second.
Drum wns thrown out trying to stenl
DtiBh: ell flew out to short. En Suo
went 1o third on n pnss ball by catch
er. Jim Williams grounded to Hamil
ton, $nd was safo on overthrow. En
Sue scored. Barnoy Joy flew out to
Hendirson hit to second, and wns
throwh- -out nt flrst. Hill Desha
struck out. Lyman wns safo on John
Williams' error. Jack Desha went
down from pitcher to flrst.
Arclk bunted to pitcher nnd w;as
thrown out. J. Williams flow out
Kla strolled. Warren, Kln.shrdludlu
Kla. Alf. Williams Hew out to third.
Hampton hit to short and was
thrown out. Harry Uruns flow out.
Kit strolled. Warren, v a new man,
flew out to tho out field.
A monument (or the late Wm. H.
Cornwell has Just been completed by
the Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
ment Works. Tho die and the plinth
ure of highly polished dark granite,
and rests on a massive Hawaiian
Btone baso: The letters nro raised
In panels; and 11 Is altogether an ex
ceptionally flue piece of work.
Mrs. Marlon Crook was yesterday
grantod a divorce from her husband,
Lnwrenco R. Crook. Although It wns
not contested ,tho enso was ono of the
most sensational that Iisb como bo-
foro tho dlvorco courts In many a long
day, having for principals, ns It hns.
lending nnd well-known local people.
.Mrs. crook brought suit (or tho dt
vorce, which was granted within a fow
minutes niter tno application wns
filed. She wns put on tho stand and
testified that her husband had ac
cused her to her faco as well as to
outside, parties of having Improper re
lations with other men. She also said
that ho had threatened to kill himself
on various occasions and on June
last ho did mnko an nttempt to do
away with himself. This was tho tlmu
that sho bo emphatically denied that
there was any trouble betweon them.
In his answer to tho libel, Lawrence
Crook admits that ho was married to
tho llbcllant, but denies absolutely ev
ery other Btatcmeut that hlB wife
made, Mrs. Crook was given custody
of the child
W YOUR WAT
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Oar Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
mi mm cm
The following cases will come be
fore the Supreme Court for consider
titlott on Monday:
lu re arbitration between the Ko
nn Development Co., Ltd., nnd F. II.
McSocker on the one part nnd M. V.
Scott of tho other part: appeal from
Cltcult Judge, First Circuit. Castle
& Wlthlngton for tho Konn Develop
ment Co., Ltd., ct tilt., applicants; V.
W. Mlherton for M. P. Scott, appel
lee. Jonathan Shnw vs. William W.
Doyd, et nit.; nppenl from District
Magistrate, Walalua. Lylo A, Dick
ey (or plaintiff-appellee; Cnstlo &
Wlthlngton for Walnlua Agricultur
al Co, garnlshce-nppellnnt.
In the Matter of the Application
of Harry T Mills for a writ of habeas
corpus; appeal from Circuit Judge,
First Circuit, It. P. Quarlos and C.
W. Ashtord for petitioner-appellant;
F. W. Mllverton for respondent-np-pellant.
Editor Evonlng Dili lot! n:
Ono Is constantly hearing tho labor
uestlon discussed, and always as n
hopeless one. Permit n,o to advance
tills Idea, ns n soltittoi of tho fiitmo
discussions, sny in tho tml thu or ten
years', nnd from that on, always set
tled. as wc arn wen aware, tnoro nre
thousnnds of children being cared for
in tlio United States at public expense,
and considering climatic conditions,
tlio amount expended' is enormous.
The closo houselng for six months, and
nwtu) heat another six, and being kept
in ciobo ioucii anu sounu 01 ctiy me,
aro nil detrimentnl to full develop
Why not bring them thcro nnd lot
thorn grow in sight and sound of sug'
nr and pineapple work. Tho Catholic
clergy say glvo mo your child until
ten years old nnd I will defy you to
cllmlnnto Catholicism from It, nnd bo
It will prove to our nnd their benefit.
Say one thousand ten-year youngsters
nro brought, in flvo yenrs thero will
bo mnuy a pair of hands ready (or
work. In ten mora our bringing in
shiploads of tho scum of tho earth
will have ceased, and we will havo
thousands o( self-respecting American
Of course, I don't intend we should
relievo tho United States of Its flnan
clnl burden In any sense. My idea Is
to giro land, on which they could build
homes, to bo under their cntlro
charge They to send nurses nnd chll
dren ns thoy accumulate, In tho torn'
porary homes In tho cities, and when
ono considers tho dlfferenco In main
tenance ot the home thero nnd hero,
traveling expenses will bo a mere
Tho children aro so beautifully
trained and cared for, wo would bo
such gainers, and ns for the young
sters, what n thing (or them perpet
ual summer. No being taken, a (ew
hundred at a time, to get a breath of
fresh air, or a glimpso of a green
world, to bo In tho midst of It alwayB,
how good, I do wish for their sakes
It might bo bo, and I think If I wero
ablo to reach tho car o( tho powers
that be, I should convinca them quick
ly of tho advisability of the change.
Halo Hoomaha, S-20-08.
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Beaks and Seats, latest iMirored is.
Estimates given. Imports to order.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent far Hawaiian Islaads.
is a shirt that is
are all that, and
you could put on.
We have a
They wear well;
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., Fort and Merohant Sts
A Bicyclist Recommends
lit lays: "I hnte been a bicyclitl for over
five yum. Last spring J caught colil,cautiwj
catarrh. I tonh 1'eruna, and am lull. J
often recommend I'ernna to viy friendt.'"
Mr. John Perrault, IKK Davidson Street, lloulcvurd St. Paul, near Montreal,
"1 havo been a bicyclist for over five years, and last spring I caught cold
and did not take anything (or it, (or I thought it was not bad enough, but It
enmo to catarrh. I was so discouraged that I didn't know what to do.
I cooU not Bleep; I always felt tired and troubled.
"Vlnnllv i lieain tn tiikn Peruna. After I had taken ono bottlo I felt
better. I took another one, and no w
as I do toilay, I often recommend
Mr. G. W. Woodbury, Rogers, Ohio, U.
S. A., formerly Captain and Center of tlio
"Thero aro limes In the life of every
student when cxccssIto study and too
dote confinement and attention to tho
object In view will tell on your health.
"I havo found that when body and
mind allko are weary and refuso to
work, (ew doses of Peruna restores
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lost strength and Invigorates ona
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"It gives ono nerves ot iron and
muscles of steel, and assists tho mental
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Tho athleto knows tho importance of
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asslntant to anyone who wisliM to keep
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