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' EVENING BULLETIN, T10NGUILC, T. 11., BATUIIDAY, MAY 30.
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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
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America 'h annual tribute tlio ,
memory of men who defended their
country In times of war In tliu best I
elilenee of the deep t.ense of patllot- .
Ism In the heart of our citizenship, j
Tlio ceremonies attemllnB the
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fllcia may be mine or less elaborate,
as circumstances illctnte, but there Is
never a lack of men and women and
chlldlcn whose visit to the Knives, I
whose H.iks ami whose llowers toll,
the world that America does not foi
Kct. .Memorial Day Is a yearly lesson In
patriotism. The highest honor n nn-
tlou cm bestow Is given the men
who enlisted under the Brand old (
l-'laB- Tl'e lcward of patriotism Is
found wiltteu In the tablets of .1
Nation's memory. We do not forget
even the occupants of unknown ami
unmarked Braves, and from the
shores of the sea our men and women
Matter IIowcib on the ocean In mem
ory of those who hne never returned
from the sea.
Every man who followed the KlaB
with honor Is a heio In the esteem of
tl.c American people, and tlio demon
stration of a Nation's lovo Is au In
hpliatlou to the joutli whose day
may come to answer the call to tlio
Americans are not a Nation of
fighters. We do not take up arms
for the brute love for UIIIIiib fellow
men. Hut we can defend our honor
when attacked, and we do bo foith
In the cause of freedom, and. return
ing to the walks of peace, award the
highest place In the hall of fame to
the noiiic men who rougnt.
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Mcllrlde should not be niiBry that
he has been jollied a bit. Ho should
think of what they might have done.
Tax revision that clinches tht!
fliiickk'3 of centralized government
will necessitate a tax revolution
within a comparatively few years.
It may be stealing a phrase to sug.
gest that the pcoplo Watch Honolulu
Grow, but that will not change what
Is going to happen in this man's
Residents of the other Islands
must make their plans now, if they
expect to teach Honolulu during tlio
visit of tho greatest nnval Kleet of
No one should feel slighted In tho
entertainment of the Fleet. Kvcry
ono should help nnd has only to vol
unteer, to be numbeicd among tho
Look for the next advance In feil
rjar immediately after the (list of
June. All the prophets have banked
their reputations on It, and only the
Trust has refused to speak.
Look to the baseball tennis for
jour candidates for political honors.
Throe men have, already declared
themselves, nnd outsido aspirants nie
nursing the favor of tho baseball
crowd. It would seem Impossible to
find n more healthful stepping-stone
Congressman Hates respond3 to
ll-.wall's congratulations In a cor
dial, gentlemanly manner. He has 1
set au oxiiinplo for those lacking In
gentlemanly qualities who liavo I
Lought to rob Delegate Kuhlo of the !
rtedit duo him for Pearl Harbor leg-'
Tho dastardly threats with which
contemptible men have Knight to
fiighton th.o child of Itov. Mr.
' "' Thwlng 111 0 lemlnders of tho mali
cious puiLtiscs and low devices for
which tho morning papor has stood
sponsor at the same time assuming
' n highly moral mien.
Loaders of the Republican party
hnvo met nnd decided that cvery
: thing Is nil right. All Counties liav
J lug bcon hoard from, It' Is now snfo
for nil Republicans to tako a long
I lest, confident that tho otcs will bo
marshaled when tho proper tlmo ar
rives. It Is a blessed nssuiance.
"Independent Amorlcan" voices u
very proper sentiment In (declaring
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Per Year oKtpnhl, loreiKii 3,ikj
Office, - 5550
Entered at tlie PoMoflice at Honolulu
qt it-coml clan miller.
MAY 30, 190S
tti.it tiie po it. i-i of M-ul Aa.'O.
should be awarded on merit. .Maul's
oiilj dll.'eieme of opli. 0:1 recti's to
lie on the relative device of merit
possessed by a number of candidates.
All this tto'tble points to "election
by the people" iu the best way out
of all these official problems.
"Whele the American I'lag Is rals
ed In triumph and honor, let It never
be lowered In eoriow nnr In shame!
The American King is not only the
emblem of ficedom and Illicit)' nttd
victor): It Is the greatest guninntee
(if good government on the fate of
God's green cat tli."
Let this paragraph f 10111 Captain
!to3' Meurrl.il-Day address be for
ever flesh 011 the tablets of )our
Sec.ctaty Gaillcld will be the most
Important visitor Hawaii has num
bered In Ha list of honored guests.
As the head of the Interior Dopait
ment Mr. Garfield is the ofllcer Im
mediately In dint go of the domestic
iffalis of this and all other Terri
tories. He Is the man whom the
land-law leformeis must llnally deal
with, and the land laws will furnish
tly chief source of all our nobles
during the next campaign.
JORDAN'S BELIEF IN MEN WHO
"It Is the grind who achieves, nit
er all. s the redcoat bully in his
boots kept Thackeray from seeing
the Queen of l'ngland, so does the
figure of the burly athlete keep us
from recognizing tlio real college
man. We don't know a good man
when wi see him, because we don't
see him. Figures of exnggciated me
diocrity fill the center of the stage."
President David Starr Jordan.
President Koosovelt has occupied
cu much of the stage center with his'
Ideas of brute physical culture In re
lation to brains and manly progress
that the latest utterance of the hard
ly less noted leader of Stanford Uni
versity Is of more than passing 1m
It Is apparent that President Jor
dan believes that the bruiser and the
social leader have been given alto
gether too much prominence In col
lege life, nnd he lias felt tho duty
plain that he should point the fact
that the college "sport" makes a
mighty poor stick of a man when
tried out In the world's struggle for
President Jordan sa)s some very
Lunalilo Street ., $27.50
Kalakaua Avenue $25,00
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Pcnsacoln Street $35.00
Matlock 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 $35.00
Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
Rood location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
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Only a Short Time
It will lis only a little while
before it will coat you mori
money to buy a bomt. Now
one may he had at a bar
gain. We hare a b.autiful
home for S32&0.06, a house
of S rooms with nil modern
Sjwk 'ijmk LM
haul things of the liillucncc of the
outside world. Ills comment on the
college man, however, Is of particu
lar value at this time when so many
joiing men arc making their plans
for higher studies, and will soon be
In the midst of the college nnd unl
eislty life, where they must choose
wlfether they will Join the ranks of
the world's workers, or the la-dc-da'a
"This Is tho time to search our
own hearts, to size up our own prom
ise of the future," su)S President Jor
dan. "Do you know a good man
when you see hint? Do you, after
fours JeaiH at Stanford, know- what
1 call)- Is worth while? For example,
some of )ou know, I presume, the
best record for tho qiiartor-inllo dash,
for a lace in or hurdles, the record
distance for n bio.id Jump or hummer-throw.
Some of jou know a
winning hand nt poker, some how to
tunc up 11 lolllcklug song, somo tlio
manipulation of a skirt dance, soma
the framing of a sonnet, some tho
Ideals of Greek philosophy, some tho
art of Inventing dynamos, sonic tho
theoiles of Ions and electrons, soma
the measurement of electrical
charges, somo tho investigations of
the energies of life. Some nro pre
pared for the next ball, somo for tin
entrance Into n profession, some to
break Into politics, some, perhaps, to
adorn the front of a tobacco Btorc.
Can you tell which of these Is worth
"How many of you know the best
things dono hero at Stanford In tho
Sear Just passed? Can you tell which
of your number Isthe best worth
while? Which one will ho wIbc,
sound, clean and efficient, after the
struggles nnd lound-ups of twenty
or thirty years? Which ono will
then be leader of your class, not by
ballot, which Is an emotional test
when it is not a selfish one, but by
tho vlrtuo of his crystallized charac
tcr, of his own lnnnto strength, of
his being thorough nnd true, n good
man and a man who makes good?
Sooner or later you should know a
good man when you see him. Do
you lcnqw this man now?
"There nro many factors which
tend to destroy the perspective in
college life. Thcso two hulk largest:
The Intrusion ot tho outsido world
nnd the cxnltntlons of side Issues,
tho minor Incidents, the byplay of
boyhood, to the Injury of tho reap
business of n college. Tho outsido
world intrudes through Its vulgar
standards of morality, Its eagerness
for monoy-gettlng, Its Instinct for
sensationalism, Its chase for vulgar
pleasures, and unearned and unreal
Joys. Wo cannot claim In fact that
the Btandnrd of a col logo man Is con
tinuously higher than that of other
men; thnt ho beats a price so high
that the politicians nnd tho bribe
giver cannot leach him. Wo cannot
claim that tho average college man
bears a loftier standard of Ideals
than other men of equal native abil
ity. Here and there Is one In whom
our best ambitions aro made real.
Such a ono utnmls above other col-
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FLAG FOR MEMORIAL DAY
The Blue Book of the Grand
Army of the Republic gives
the following resolution di
recting the proper display of
the American Flag on Memo
Resolved: That all flags
hoisted on Memorial Day be
lego men and In lilin Is our hope nnd
our Justification. Hut ho must hnvo
been n rnro man to begin with and
only the rare man can grow to bo n
better mail after he leaves college.
"A man can go through coltego nnd
receive nothing of university ideals.
There nie many men who perform
our college tasks, who meet our re
quirements, who pass our examina
tions, who receive our degrees, and
yet who never know at all what It Is
all about. The finest poet r J, the
noblest philosophy, the loftiest en
thusiasm, finds them dumb and cold,
Their heart Is In the ninikctplacc or
worse, In the vaudeville theater; the
call for pleasure holds them In Its
Editor Kv oiling Uullotln:
In following and ciosslug tho Nuuanu
stream, as I am compelled to do often,
I see child! on of both sexes wndlng
or swimming, as tho depth of tlu
stream permits, nnd seeming to bo
lialni; 11 lino time, tint as tho water
Is very low tho most of the year, I
wondered If a dam might -not bu built
across, say wllhlng ono hundred foot
of tho Nutiar.u avenue bridge. I notlco
Ihe banks are high thoio and n dam
ten feet high would not coj; much,
nnd being near tho public highway,
would Insuru against many tiling,,
and compel decorum. Itotigh bath
bouses to change clothes In would, of
coulee bo necessary, ns a larger num
ber would avail themselves of tho
pleasure, and I expect children will
get n bath that might not otherwise,
bo It has a sanitary as well as fun
point to consider.
Of course being 11 meio voteless wo
man, I don't know If from an engi
neer's ileSv It will he possible, hlit
That whole section would niako ono
of the loveliest of parks and at a small
outlay. Please, Mr, Park Commission,
look It over, and rail It Hoomnha pnik.
Halo Hoomiilia, r.-28-nS.
HILO WANTS PINES
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Illlo, May 28. A meeting of the
Hllo Fruit 'Company wus held on Mon
day afternoon mil ovoiyililiirf was ie
ported tit bo In ivJ.ir to bujln the sum
mer campaign Jent ns soon as the
pines conio along. Tho factrry has
contracted with tho Hllo Pluiupplc
Planting Company for Fount fruit,
tops on. weighing three pound's and
over delivered, J27 per ton of 21WO 'bs ,
for the summer crop, and $2V for tlio
winter crop. Of vr frowei ; an n
cele tlio same price.
It Is estlinatt.1 that thero ate only
n little mora than fifty acres planted
to pines near Hllo, and tho factory Is
nblc to handle far moro fruit than Is
offeicd unless a number of unknown
growers conio along. Hy running full
time the cannery can do better than
rvhen on part, tlmo and can affoid to
pay tho high pilces offeied for tho
pines, but If tho growers do not help
tho factory then It may bo Impossible
In maintain present rates. It Is a caso
of cooperation needed.
Tho Houso ot Commons passed tho
second reading of tho Irish Univer
sity hill, providing for tho founda
tion of two new universities with
headquarters in Dublin and llclfast,
by a voto of 344 to 31.
Kx-Aldermen Dunn, Woolscy nnd
Nash of Hockford, III., pleaded guilty
to charges of bribery and each was
lined $2,000 nnd costs.
IF YOUR WAT6H
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle thake will not put it
in order. Let ns examine 11.
Dm. Watrkmnkf r Are Thor.
ough Mechanics, who under
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ARRESTS TO FOLLOW
(Contipued from Pe 1)
staling that thero wiih n mutual und
erstanding between himself nnd
Hrcckons to the effect that neither
would give out letters received from
tho other, except with tho consent of
tho writer, llrockona Is today enjoy
ing mi automobile trip and could not
ho readied, and ns n consequence bs
consent could not ho obtained.
Thwlne also stated posltUely that
warrants would bo HWorn to In tho
matter of tho fight, but ho would not
Bay how general theso would ho.
Humor had It this forenoon that
Tliwiug and his following would hnvo
men posted nt tho Orphouni this even
ing who would tnho-down the names
of nil the persons who were Inteiested
in nnd who attended tho performance,
and that alt of thcso would bo arrett
ed, ns Sheriff lnuken lias stated that
ho would arrest such poisons as had
complaints sworn to against them. On
tho other hand thoso Interested In tho
fight declare that this step will only
servo to advertise tho event, and that
ninny people, who would not other
wise hnvo attended, will go to tho
fight Just to Eeo tho "fun" which It Is
oxnecU'il may attend the event or will
follow close onto It.
(Continued from Paze 1)
ns tunny of tho members 1 i the Sen
ate nnd tho Houso ns Clerk Win. Sav-
Idgo had been nblo to ge' hold of In
tho abort time ho had nt his disposal.'
Through n general discussion a Ben-
oral canvass was made of the situa
tion, as n result of which all thoso
present felt that thorn was still no
reason to call for crepo.
It was tho general oplnbn, however.
thnt while tilings woro In M'ry satis
factory shape, thero wan loom for Im
provement In seveial,wu)F, especially
In tho lino of tho organization of the
precinct clubs, somo of which had
shown signs of considerable aluBglsh
ness, some oven neglecting to elect
delogntes to the recent Territorial
convention. This defect, It was de
cided, must bo remedied and to ac
complish it was decided that on tlio
second Friday of July a call should be
Issued railing for tho election of new
precinct officers, this elecilcn to take
place on tho third Friday of .Inly. In
thlii connection attention was called to
tho fact that in many picclncts now
blood was needed In order lo promote
eiilhuslnsm In such plaris whom It
had horetofou found to bo lacking
had heretofore been found to bo lack
Honolulu I.oiIbo. No. C1C, I). P. O.
IC, held Initiatory ceremonies last
night and placed tho emblematic ant
lers on tho classic brows of W. G.
ABhloy, Jr., Chester Irwin, J. H.
Aroudt and II. K. Weeduu. Tho lodge
was nilod with members of tho local
herd who -greatly enjoyed tho trials
and tribulations of tho novices.
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carnival at the Orpheum. The affair
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