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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOtiffLO, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY, 8, 1908
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BUIXETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly lisued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Pnrrlngton,
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, anjrwhcr In IJjj. , ,4 ,7H
Per Quancr. asyvrtieri In U S ... 3.oo
Pet Year, anvarhtrelnU.S H.oo
Tcr Year, postpaid, lortlgK, 13. oo
Ptr Six Moulin s .Bo
T Vtit, nv.lrcliiUS l.co
Pel Year, Ktiywhtre In Canada,., I. Bo
Per Year postpaid, fotelgu a.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np-l f Editorial Rooms,
tntrred a( the rootofticr at Honolulu
a arcond class mstur.
WEDNESDAY . . JULY 8, 1908
Why Is It that tho County Sheriff
In sending out notices to owners of
property that he finds has been used
for Immoral purposes, does not In
clude tho property-owner of the Min
isterial Union whoso namo the Union
otcd to keep from tho press? Why
should ho allow the Inference to car
ry that the owners whom he has noti
fied have been less careful In tho se
lection of their tenants than tho
member of the Union has been? A
moral campaign must contain ono
quality In order to glvo It any weight
with the community perfect honesty.
DEMOCRATIC LAND CRY.
FREE CAR RIDES.
The plan to provide free transpor
tation on tlip street railway for tho
men of the Fleet Is conceive 1 In good
sense and should be bioi.ght forth.
The half-rnte car-faro gives tho
suggestion of being half-baked. It Is
all right for tho community to accept
a half-rate from the Uupld. Transit In
behalf of Its guests but not quite tho
proper thing to 'tell the guests that
this is tho best that can be dono for
them. Jt is much like Inviting n
friend to share your hospitality and
then telling him that out of consid
eration for his being a good fellow ho
can have halt-rates on his transpor
tation bills. ,,-'
'Either throw your doors wide'open
"and euro for your enrpt! nif Bay noth
ing About transportation rates.
There ought to bo sixteen hundred
peoplo ready to contrlbuto ono dollar
each to the fund. This would supply
all that is needed, and glvo tho boys
a form of entertainment they llko
There Is no doubt that the war-cry
"American land las," taken up by
the Democrats, Is a catchy one. It
carries the crowd and sounds good
to the American.
, It well meant, It would bo nil
Where the Democrats expect to
gain, and may gain unless a cam
paign of honest education is carried
on, Is in representing, or, better,
.misrepresenting, that those who do
not re-echo their war-cry nro opposed
to the principle of American land
laws opposed to tho distribution of
the lands among legitimate, home
steaders on liberal terms.
We havo )ct to hear of n political
party or n person who cares to mako
himself heard that disapproves the
principle of tho American land laws.
Very few, however, can bring them
selves to support a land policy that
will throw tho lands away to specu
lators and alien ownership.
The Democrats In striving to forco
the issuo with a catch-phraso are
nursing the hopes of the speculators
and misleading Ignorant people.. They
are not helping tho honest, legitimate.
Everybody, wo' hope, Is for tho
American land-law principle applied
to fit. And tho law would not carry
tho spirit or American Institutions If
it wcro applied otherwise.
Assuming that tho Democrats nro
Included in tho wldo scopo of tho
term everybody, it would seem proper
that they should set to woik In n
practical effort for applied American
ism and thus bo thoroughly .honest.
NOT AN AMERICAN PROGRAM.
The person who must bolster his
campaign for the American farmer in
Hawaii by assailing tho European
Immigrant who has furnished tho
brawn of today throughout our coun
try. Is either very foolish, a complete,
fool, or thoroughly dishonest. Ills
criticism Is not constructive.
Wahlawa, to which attention Is
forever being called. Is not today an
American colony, populated by Amer
icans or a peoplo cllglblo to becomo
It was settled by Americans. Yet
in a few short years tho preponder
ance of the alien residents over tho
citizen and cllglble-cltlzen population
Is almost us great as on the large
That Is not Americanizing, and no
one Is deceived into believing that it
Is. To dupllcato these conditions Is
to make a few promoters rich and
more completely nllcnlze the Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Their war-cry as it stands today
means one of two things: tho one-
and the alienation of all Hawaii's
public linih within IHc years, or,
special legislation for Hawaii by Congress.
The former Is the American land
laws as they stand today. The latter
mcaiiB the applied principle to fit con
ditions, and that Is what the Repub
licans of the Territory have been try
ing to work out since long befoio tho
Dtmocrntlc party existed and had un
selfish ungels to shape its local poli
DR. WILCOX AT
Dr. Wilcox, tho now head of tho U.
S. Agricultural Experiment Station,
will speak before the Commercial Club
during tho noon hour tomorrow. Tho
lunch will bo scned promptly at 1.
o'clock and the speaking begin at
12:30 sharp. Dr. Wilcox has been
long In tho service of the department
and has n very wide experience. Ho
couples with hit knowledge and abil
ity the capacity to express himself In
an easy and nttractlic stlo.
IAUKEA ANDc REEVES
ODR BASEBALL CARNIVAL.
Tho assembly of baseball teams
firm Japan, California, and tho At
lantic Fleet with its large number of
"Easterners" will make this city,
during the next few weeks, tho cen
ter of tho greatest baseball carnival
ever held. I
American baseball teams havo
toured all sections of tho world but
never before has thoro been tucli a
wide representation of 'all parts of the
country and of foreign followers of
the game as will be offered here.
It Is typical of tho llfo and vigor of
Hawaii and again brings to tho foro
our central position. This Is tho
most appropriate meeting-ground In
tho world for tho reprcsontatlve
young mm of the East and tho West.
The favorable situation on account
of geographical position Is splendidly
supplemented by tho strong mental
and physical character of tho young
men of the Islands who act as the
hosts of tho occasion and, as contest
ants In the sporting events.
This Is socd work for Hawaii and
of equal Leutrlt to the peoples whoso
homes and Interests nro centered In
and about llio Paclllc.
Young America Is setting tho paco.
Let tho good work go on and the
nctentlsts and tho live societies, and
the peoplo of tho earth follow.
FOR a few days only we will offer
a house and lot at Eapahulu for
800. Size of lot 11,000 sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
RATES ARE LOW.
King Street $22.30
Keeaumoku Street , . ..'....$40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Beretania Street $35.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Pcnsacola Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue . . . ., $22,50
Lunalilo Street $10.00
Nuuanu Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lane $25.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
Pensacola Street $35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottage and lot 53 x 134. . .$2500.
(Continued from Pane 1)
when I came Hooves was still mon
keying with It. Ho wanted to cut
the wires, but Kied. objected to thnt.
Tho phone rang nntl Fred, answered
It. Ilccvcs butted In, nnd Fred, bald,
'Who Is doing this ou or 1? Y6u
hud better get out.' Reeves sat down
but when Fred, told him the second
tlmo to get out, ho got out. "Fred,
drove him out. I did not hear what
Ilcevcs said to Fred, and I did not
see Fred, hit Hccves or Iteovcs hit
Fred. I was working on the machlno
at the time. Later on I separated
"The machine was out of order
and Iteeves -was monkeying with it,"
said Officer Moniz. "I called Hart.
IYed, answered tho phono nnd Iteovcs
butted In nnd puzzled Fred. Fred.
ordered Ilccvcs out. He answered all
right, but ho sat down In a chair. Ho
did not got out tho first tlmo Fred,
told him, but the second tlmo ho went
out. Fred, put lilin put. Ilccvcs
made a pass at Fred, nnd Fred, struck
Hccves did not go to tho police sta
tion today, word being given out that
ho was too 111 to come. Ho did. how-
over, como down town for a Bliort
tlmo this morning. Sheriff laukca
stated that ho would call on Ilccvcs
this afternoon to get his statement
of tho affair.
Reeves was been by n reporter nt
his homo this afternoon. Ho hnd a
"black eye," but othcrwlso bhowed
no effects of tho scrap.
"I would much rather that noth
ing wcro said about the matter," ho
Bald when ho was nsked to clvn his
version of tho affair. "Wo were .both
to blame, I for being In tho enclos
ure, nnd Fred, for losing his temper.
However, It was only n scrap between
the two of us, nnd that Is all there Is
On being further prosscd Reeves
stated that ho had been trying to lo
cato tho trouble with tho machine,
thinking that it was caused by tho
wires being crossed. When laukca
got tho phono messago about tho mar
riage Reeves advised him to ask If the
parties wero under eighteen, and this
"Ho told me to get out, and I did,"
Bald Reeves. "Ho told mo to get to
liclf out of there, and as I got out of
tho gate he struck mo on the neck.
The blow was unexpected and It daz
ed me. I did not make any niovo to
strike laukca at first, 'and I did cer
tainly mako no move toward my hip
pocket. When I was struck I hit
back, but I do not know whether 1
Tho Sheriff has not as yet decided
what action ho will take In tho mat
tor, as ho wishes to hear Ilcovcs'
statement beforo ho takes any step.
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Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
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it certainly, needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
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It does these two things simply because it is made richt.
The tiny pores throughout the fabric allow a perfect air nitration.
It's the lightest, coolest, softest, and cleanest underclothing you can
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Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
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Desks and Scats, latest improved de-'
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Over 150 different reprints from
regular dollar-and-a-half Novels.
All the latest popular books. Now
is the time to get hooks you have
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e AT o
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1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
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PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous 'Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children , 5 cents
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
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King Street near South
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
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BULLETIN AD8. PAY
" Wc have a large new stock of Re- ,
gab for ladies, in High and Low t
shoes. They are all of the latest '
new shanes in Toe, Heel, Vamp, and
They are just in the cases are
now being opened and there nrc
none like them anywhere else in Ho
nolulu. . '
These shoes are all made in the
Regal Custom Style, of Frrst-Gradc
material throughout and handsome
finish. They're built right, and the
quarter size3 insure you a perfect fit
from toe to heel.
$3.50 and $4.00
YOUR OLD SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
Baffle the Ice Man
They are built to enf down the.
consumption of Ice and save Cold
Cash to the Consumer.
The EDpY is built throughout for
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PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
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Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
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