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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 190X
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NOT WITHOUT HONOR-SAVE IN HIS OWN
COUNTRY AND AMONG HIS OWN PEOPLE
f (By E. S. GOODHUE, M. D.)
It Is the olil, old story. Kanilllarlty
The common iuati"cu co about lili
common work; son, brother, husband,
father, citizen, noer rips In the esti
mation of Ills neighbors to the level
of lil best wink.
They nre ready perhaps to say that
he Is i;o(kI, genet mis, Industrious, or
possessed of the ordinary niialltles.
Hut 1Mb llifmlrationa. tho qualities
of liviiluR that modulato IiIh volco or
trace bin Vjoii; that come to him ny
virtue or IiIr Hpcclal Intellectual en
ilnwniehtR which ho known aro his
nun iliiunltn ileal rilelKn criticism nnd
sneers, lift hlni nbovo the appreciation
M. E. SILVA
t of' the
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
has the latest method in the art of
mbalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
spenk for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 179;
Night Call, 1014.
Honolulu .Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
Wo do all kinds of Teaimn?; also deal in Crashed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Siil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SFT
tern to her family nnd It In hoped
Unit the biijoillli of net villi luulilliH In
the fouth will be of Kicnt benefit to
the Inuilld. Chiunlele.
Mil. William 0. Irwin nnd Ml si
I llelene Irwin, who have been In V.w
iKilic for some months, will sail today
I for tho I'nlted States, San IVuliils-
splrlt, of generosity, of larp.eness of,co, however, Is not to sco anything
mind, this lack of lecognltlon, of , of them this winter, as they will re
course, main In New York and will make oc-
Uut It has happened over nnd over easlcinnl visits to l'hlladelphla, where
again, and will happen so lorn? us men ,, w , )e , of MrB rtt'H
arc nnnower than tliclr professions. I . ,. ... " ',,. t,,.i,i
Tho very fact that films could am! l"t,,r- M,s- -lhn Iters Itoblnson.
did wrltu a motiogiaph on a subject . ... ... . , ..
which had been discussed by his broth-, Hcpresentatlve and Mrs. Mtliola.i
or practitioners, was regarded by them t-ungwortli are to swell the list of
ns n reflection on tliclr ability to do j (.(invention Kiiests at Chicago, both
the same, that Is, write a monograph. . LpIiik members of n house party to
It meant that Sims knew ruoro than
they did. or that ho thought ho knew
nioic, which was worse.
It was an Itch for notoriety pioh
ably, or Inordinate egotism.
Why did he keep on writing tin-so
of his familiars, those nt least, who' medical pamphlets when them woro
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are not touched with a persona! love
It IS true, too, that people aro covet
ous ami Jealous when they don't know
Their wnut of discrimination Is
either prejudice or want of generosity.
llosldcs, thero Is a streak of malic
iousness In human nature, a strain
of animalism iih jet unevoliited; n sort
of unniiulyzed desire to seo climbing
things tall; to luivo the much praised
ropo-wnlker ttimblu off; to rend that
the preacher hns n scandal to fight,
and the rich ninn bankruptcy to avert.
It galls us to have Jones go on up
the honored 'way, overcoming obsta
cles, climbing, climbing and eclipsing
Why should Jones stand above the
rest of us?
Ho was born here and has served us
In small capacities.
There's ficrub the rich man's son
with a new education ho wants to use.
There's the Governor's household to
You might i-xpect them to bo first
without reflection mi mi) body.
Hut this Joseph who has no special
precedence except Ills natural endow
ment of brains. II'h too bad for him to
he set ubovo his brethereii, tho one
Stur to which the Sun ami Moon nnd
nil the stars must lender obeisance.
Let us destroy lilmt
And so In every community, this nl-
wn)s modest but persistently Inspiied
man Is often sold into Kgypt, where
Indeed ho Is only placed In greater
honor, and where, at last, hlsbrethcr
en must conio to worship htm.
ion can t down him,
"Gentlemen, a day will como when
jou must hear me."
And It did. Those proud English
men were glnd to acknowledge his
Ilret Harte, tho local scribbler at
whose stories his fellow citizens sneer
ed. Writing FAMi: backwards, they
England recognized the man and Ills
work, then tho Rant whither ho went
leaving California n name she has ever
Miller forced his Sierra country to
lccogiilze hi m by getting honors else
where. It was tho samo with Stoddard
whose stylo of writing gavo him no
leaders until It was praised In Eng
land and France.
So with Marlon Sims ono of tho
greatest medical men America has
Ho was only a Kentucky country
boy, practising medicine.
When his papers on different sub
jects (ami ho wrote nt flrBt on many)
came back, his brother physicians who
did not wtllo papers, wcro Inclined to
smile. They know Sims.
ne wasnt particularly learned or
super-excellent ns an operator.
Why should ho seek a linger field by
expressing medical opinions.
Ktcry doctor had opinions If ho
wanted to express them.
The teasnu lie didn't was perhaps
becaiibo ho was more modest than
So when his local medical society
had a chauco to honor themselves,
they wouldn't oven give Sims n place
on a local committee.
Hut Sims wub Sims, nnd ho had
SIiiib' brains. Ho wont on.
Dy and by Franco lccncnlzcd him.
I' then ho was honoiod by societies In
normally and England. Then like a
flanio his funic spread ovor his own
country even to Kentucky.
It was nil duo to hick of brotherly
abler men to wrlto them?
Well, they would sniiclch his pro
pensity for publicity.
If films was the only medical man
In that part of-this country his homo
society hadn't found It out,
Hut they did. In a way that was no
credit to them.
films didn't care. Ills very ability
Inspired him with confldciico in his
It would be profitless to glvo many
unmes.of thoso who have had to fight
local prejudice and Jealousy.
The story Is always tho Bamo; ob
stacles were nvercoiuo; tho man
triumphed over men.
lr. Holmes who In Ms early years
received as many "knocks" as most,
has well said:
"If I had not force enough to pro
ject n principle full In the face of the
half dozen most obvious facts' which
seem to contradict It, I would think
only In single fllo from this day for
ward. Every real thought on every real
Btibject, knocks tho wind out of some
body or other. As soon as his breath
comes back. h,e very probably begins
to expend It in hnrd words.
These aro tho best evidence a man
can hnvo that ho has said something
It was time to say."
"And Just so sure ns you.havo pro
fessional friends abroad Who don't
hiiow you out who pralso you for
jour abilities." said an old professor
to me, "so bum will jou havo at homo
thoso who know you for your sins."
be entertained over tho convention
li) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Medlll Me
Corinltk. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P.
Walsh are also to be among hosts eon
veiitlou week, their guests Including
a large paity brought together from
all paits of tho country.
Mis. Schmidt entertained the ta
lk's of the I.eahl Chapter at her res-
Idem e In I'auoa Valley on Wodncs-
I. lent. Houston, of the Chnilestou,
Is a coiisln'of Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Ills
mother was of tho well Known Hack
wood faintly at Honolulu.
Mis. F. II. lliiniphrls Is spending n
week with tho Duorlngs on King
street. Slid has not entirely recovered
from her Illness.
Mis. tlertrude Wilder will remain
away until Spring, nnd, with Miss
lituids, her sister, will she visit old
Among those expected by tho Man
chuila Is Mrs. Ciiiiha, who .has been
uivny hcvcrul mouths on account of
Captain Nlblack, so well known
here. Is nt llattlu Creek Sanatorium
on account of poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Steyno are rejoicing
in tho possession of a llttlo sou, born
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Angus nro spending
a munth ul tho von Holt place nt
Judge and Mrs. Stanley have gone
to Konn for two weeks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Church Is established
at tho Moaua hotel.
TTMfeMIHS)w?W II HP-)
To the Public:
We beg to announce that we are now ready for
business at 76 Merchant Street, under the new firm
OAT fc MOSSMAN
We shall carry, all the finest Stationery and
Periodicals and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Oat fc M0SSman.Merchant,near Post Office
Mrs. Montford Wilson Is very well
known lieie, having spent some tlmu
with tho Sowalls:
The magnificent hnme -of (he
Montford Wilsons In Pacific atciiuo
was a mass of brilliant blooms, the
spacious hall as well as the drawing
room, whore the dainty debiilanto
wns surrounded by an cver-chmiging
group or ndnllreis, nnd the dining
room wero magnificently decorated
with great quantities 'of the rarest
flowers nnd greens. Mlts Alexan
der's gown wiib of white thlffon
cloth over white tncssallne, combin
ed with Bllver net and elaborately
ombioldored with a design of ap
pllquo roses. She woio a charming
arrangement of white tulle In her
hair, and cairied a shower bouquet of
lilies of the valley. Her mother,
Mrs. Charles 0. Alexander, nover
looked better than In her gown of
apricot silk, while Mi's. Wilson, the
hostess of tho occasion, greeted her
guests with all the grudousncis,
tact, mid charm which are hers.
Thoso who assisted In receiving wero
a number of matrons from the exclu
sive set ns well as seveial of the dob
utnntes. Among them were Mrs.
Wm. 8. Tevls, Mrs. John llldwcll,
Mrs. I.nwrenco Scott, Miss Elizabeth
Woods, Miss Helen Jones, Miss Iuuos
Kecney, Miss Maud Wilson, Miss
Gladys llrlgham, Miss Suzanne Klrlt
ratrick, MIsb Ctnru Allen, Miss Es
ther McAllister, Miss Margaret New
hall, Miss Vein do Sabla. This is
only tho first of the many things
planned In honor of this nttracllvo
maiden, who bids fair to bo one of
tho greatest favorites of the season.
Or. Victor Collins Is living at the
Moanu hotel. When tho lliiniphrls de
part for'Englnud he will occupy theli
looms. Mrs. Collins and Infant child
aro expected tho 5th of December.
Mrs. Alexander Young and her
daughter, Miss llcitha Young, have
como from their homo In Honolulu
to spend tho winter In California.
After stopping a few daj's In San
Finnclsco they will go Immediately
to Los Angeles, whero they will bo
tho house guests of Mis. McXab, for
merly Miss May Young. Tho 111
health of Mrs. Young Is of deep con-
ALL IS READY
Arrangements Are Now Complete for
Outrigger Olub Carnival at
A board walk has been laid along
WulklM Ilcach between the -Moana
and Scnsldo Hotels, nnd to tho lagoon,
for the Outilgger Club festivities to
night. The joiingbtcrs aro expecting1 a big
success ns n result of their flist at
tempt at ball-giving, mid tho Seaside
laniii will doubtless bo ciowded with
tho young peoplo and their friends.
Mis. J, Fred. Chinch has done
splendid wink with her committee
to help nlong tho Senium' danco nt
tho Moana, and as many of tho diners
at tho Country Club will nrrWo nbout
'J o'clock, that has been made tho
hour for tho first dance. Tho Juniors
will begin an hour earlier at tho
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 50x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cosh, balance $10 p. m.
Clock pendulum. Please leavo at
Ilulletln olllce nnd rccoivo reward.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN AID OF THE
Home for Children
2 to 6 p.m.
At the Residence of C. M. Cooke,
CANDIES, etc., etc.
ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 10c.
What follows we published three
years ago is absolutely true now
as it was true then!
'npHOSJi words are quickly read,
but they mean a lot when ap
plied to an automobile. They
dont mean good this year, bad
last year, and doubtful next year."
They mean "good every year."
That's where the
Stevens - Duryea
stands today, it is one of the best
today; it was last year, it will be
next year. It commands a higher
price second hand than any other
car. It r.lways did. Among the
few really high-grade cars now on
the market, there is not one with
so uniform a record as the StevoJis
Duryea. The man who owns a
Stcvcns-Duryca has a car with a
pedigree which is clean strain right
from the beginning, nnd such re
cords arc the best evidence of real
Chicopce Falls, Mass.
if "- Li
V .l,n 'ftk
Arrange for a demonstration at
The von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., Agents
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
' If it's painted by i.)
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
3T 403 OAT & MOBSMAN ""
(Cut this out and paste in
P. E. R. Strauch
uome early or you
won't get a doll
T4 S. KINO ST,