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EVENING UUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., T1IU11SDAY, NOV. 12, 1008.
DAILY mid WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBL1SHINQ CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of HawaiL
AfvUy every day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
NVmIIcic R. Parrinuton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, anywhere In t'S. A .71
Per Quitter, an where In US. a.oo
Per Year, am where in U S. H,tiu
Per Year, postpaid, foreign, 12. oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
T1 J Editorial Rooms,
Legislators, get busy.
Whllo It will be some time before with his emplojes for twenty-two
tho Legislature convenes, reports of cats ami with his customers nlso
intended leslslatlon nro already be- for the lust three jears. Last yenr
BlnnlnR to como to hand, nntl It 1 hi- took neither Interest, dividend nor
none too early for the Solons to lie- salar.v from the business, although it
gin to look Into matters which re- had a net prollt of 1357,000. Ho
iilro legislation, so they may hnvo sns. "I'ovcrty and Ignorance- and
their bills ready nt tho time tho sc3- class separation will never ceases un
slon opens. The Inst session cstab- til captains of industry ccaso to bo
llshcd a record which it will be hard absorbers and spendthrifts and bc
lo Improve on, and It is up to tho come true captains of Industry, load
legislators to get to worlc now In or- IHR the business organlrailons for
tier that no time may be wasted when the greatest good to the greatest
the Legislature Is actually In session. I number."
One feature of tho early announce- "" - -
ment of Intended bills, which alone NOW FOR TiB TARIFF,
makes this desirable, Is the fact that
such permits nnd tends to encourage The Republican party is still In
discussion of them. All Umbo con- control of both branches of Congrm
tcrned In tho matterB touched on by nnd is pledged to a rcvUdon of tho
these bills have an opportunity to ex- tariff, work upon which will begin
press themselves, a thing which is of at once in committee. Protection Is
especial lmixirtinco to tho people on the Republican policy nnd should bo
the other Islands, who, in tho caso assured for nt least six years, n tho
of bills which aro sprung without United States Scnato will bo Rcpuh-
warnlng during tho session, only Hcan for nt least that length of ttmo.
have an opportunity to protest or of-l whnt Hawaii has to fear Is a'pos-
fcr amendments when It Is too late. J Bible reduction of the tariff In ordor
The coming session will without to acif the views of other Interests,
doubt be a very Importnnt one. Land Ucsldcs, wo may bo suro that somo
matters alone will certainly occupy concession will be mado to tho Phil-
much of tho time nnd nttention of
uuui nuunu uuu oeiuiii-; uie primary
law is on tho books, and In spite of
the fact that tho parties have come
out in its favor, it Is not unlikely
that It will meet with strong opposi
tion, as was the case In the last ses
sion, when It met an untoward fato
in mo bennto al tho hands or thoso
who should have supported It. With
Falrchild In tho Senate, It Is practl
cally certain that tho Kauai ditch bill
will mako its re-appearance, nnd tho
planters havo come out strongly In
favor of forest legislation. Douthltt
lias announced his Intention to intro
duce a bill relating to the tenement
question, a bill providing for tho li
censing of stationary engine tenders
will also be Introduced; and as all
this Is but a forerunner of tho flood
of legislation which will come, It be-!
hooves the legislators-elect to get'
busy Immediately in order that they
may have everything in readiness
when the session opens.
PROFIT SHARING AMD FREED' M
An English (shipbuilding company
has proposed to Its Workmen that
they cither buy .its plant or enter
into a partnership with the firm on
a profit-sharing basis. This striking
proposition, outlined the other day
In a special cablo dispatch to tho
Chicago Dally News by Us London
correspondent, was mado avowedly
with a view of putting nn end to
strife between employer nnd em
ployes. It may havo been mado for
effect, that tho men might bo led to
give careful attention to tho declara
tion of tho head of tho firm that
strikes must ceaso or the works must
close. Still, tho proposition had cre
ated a sensation In England.
Purchase of thof shipyard outright
by the wage-workers employed In It,
even though their trado unions hnvo
enough money to complete tho trans
action, scarcely can bo considers!
seriously by tho men. Although their
skill as craftsmen may bo great, thoy
navo not had experience in tho man
ugement of largo nffalrs or in busi
ness promotion. Tho real question
beforo them probably Is whether or
not thoy wish to enter Into n profit-
sharing schomo ns a method of sccur
Prof, Charles It. Hondcrson. tho so.
clologlst, who has glvon much atten
tion to tho subject, says that mero
peace Is not tho proper aim of cco
nomlc readjustments. Their aim, ho
insists, should bo to secure tho larK
est possible measure nnd variety of
life for each worklngman. In nil but
a tew lines of industrial cnterprlso
Dr. Hondorbon finds mnro objections
to, profit-sharing than advantages to
be derived from It. He points out
that organized wage-workers usually
look upon profit-sharing as a "bribed
participation" in business tending to
destroy tho trado union.
Kelson O, Nelson of St. Louis, Mo.,
'and Lcclalrc, 111,, head of tho best-
known profit-sharing ontorprlse on,
'the mainland, says that "tho Leclalro
rer Sl Moulin .(to
Tee Year, in) where In U.S I.oo
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada,.. I.Ao
Per Year postpaid, foreign 3oo
Office, - DO
fcntcrcd at the Postotfice at Honolulu
at urcoiul claw muter.
NOVEMBER 12, 1908
Idea ami thn union Idea arc In ton
lllct." Mr. Nelson lias shared profits
ipplncs, through tho Instrumentality
OI 1'resiUent Tail ami, with bucIi con
cession, it is only reasonable to look
for a considerable Increase in the
Philippine output beforo tho end bt
Mr. Tnft's term.
Wo hnvo been assured that Hawaii
has nothing to fear from tho Amcrl-
can Islands to the cast of us. IJut It
has, and thcro is no getting nway
from it. Every additional 100.000
tons of sugar produced In any part of
tho .globe has a tendency to lower
values. An extra half a million tons,
crops clscwhcro being average, will
bo enough to bring tho prlco down to
a point that, If not actually harmful
to Hawaii, will at least lessen Its
A commlttco has been appointed
One acie and a half in choice fruit
trees. New house, modern in every
particular. This property will yield
four or five hundred dollars annually
from fruits already planted. Owner
has authorized us to sell at bargain
price to bona fide purchaser.
Three furnished houses in good lo
cations. Particulars at our office.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Send a Wireless
to friends after they have passed
Diamond Head or before they sight
it. The Rates Are Low.
A Furnished House
On HAGKFELD ST.
above Normal School
two bedrooms elec
tric lights gas
servants' quarters and
stable large grounds
and wide view of har
bor and city. Price
$40 per month. :: ::
Sjmt 1md LoM
by the business interests of Honolulu
to handle tho tariff question from our
viewpoint, llesldcs sugar wo have n
dozen other agricultural Interests
that need protection, unless tho small
farm problem is to be abandoned, and
the I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n would bo glad to
know that tho Honolulu commlttco
has been actively nt work during tho
recent months and Is In a fair way
toward being nblo to submit a report
that will have weight with the Con
gressional committees, a report that
will not only cover sugar but also tho
smaller farm products that Hawaii
SOMETHING DOING IN THE
ON NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT
A rare treat Is in store for music
lovers of Honolulu In that eight glco
clubs from different parts of the Isl
and will participate, vicing with each
other as to which will r'rJceive tho
most honors. Tho Hawaiian gift of
music is marvelous, as most of them,
from the uneducated to tho higher
class, are natural musicians. They
can sing and play such music as only
thoso who. havo studied abroad are
capable of performing. Every num
ber on tho program Is to bo partici
pated In by JIawallans, nnd among
tho leading soloists nro Mr. Henry
Clarke, Madame Alapal, Elizabeth
Keala, Ernest Kaal, Harry Kaillmni,
nnd others. Tho concert Is a benefit
for the Kallhl-Moanolua Church hall,
and tho directors feel that by giving
this unique entertainment they will
defray part of the expense of its con
struction. Tho causo Is n worthy
one, and everyone should respond to
tho promotion of this good work.
Scats aro now on sale at Dcrgstrom
(Continued from Pe It
offense. Hut they wcro getting tho
services of an attorney for nothing
nnd they Insisted that tho trial con
tinue. This morning Deputy U. S. Attor
ney Rawlins finished his caso for tho
prosecution, and Harrison was about
to begin a defense when his client,
after looking dubiously around,
burst Into a torrent of Japancso to
"Tho defendant wishes to plead
guilty on both charges," translated
Harrison sank back In astonish
ment, tho Jury woko up; Rawlins
laughed, and altogether It was an In
teresting moment. J. P. Cooke, fore
man of tho Jury, was given copies of
verdicts, and, without leaving their
seats, tho jurymen agreed on n vor
dlct of "guilty as charged." Harri
son's client had gono back on him.
A HEROIC ACT
Mrs. Lnngow: My husband asserts
that ho saved mo from drowning last
month. Mis. Placer: How'b that?
Mrs. Langow: Ho wouldn't let mo go
to tho seashore for a week.
NEXT MONDAY, NOV. 16TH
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Th6 following has been receded
from Secretary (lull of tho Humane
Honolulu, November 12th, 1908.
tlentlcmun: At tho request of tho
directors of tho Human Society I am
giving jo.t tho follow lug Information
which you may consider of sufficient
Interest to tho public to publish.
Tho following is n list of the direct
ors of this organization: President,
Mrs. S. II. Dole; first Nice president,
Mrs. V. M. Swanry; vice picsldentB,
Allen Herbert, C. W C Dcerlng, Mm.
S. M. Damon, Mir. A. (I. llawos, Jr.,
Mrs. C. l Ileos; treasurer. A. N.
Campbell; secretary, .1. It. (hilt. Wal
ter I'. Dilllnglinm, Atonzo Hartley,
Mrs. A. C. Call. Mrs. I'ldtlik Thomp
son, Mrs. S. O. Wilder, Mrs. A. IJ.
Tho purposes for which the Humane
Society Is organized are:
1. To provldo effect lc means Tor
tho prevention of cruelty to children
throughout tho Territory of Hawaii;
to proldo temporary homes for van
lant, tlestltuto nntl exposed children of
tender age, and of proldlng for them
such other or further icllef ns may be
adrtsablo to rescuo them from moral
2. To prevent the Inhumane treat
ment of animals, to secure tho enact
ment of further legislation nnd tho en
forcement of tho present laws for tho
Prevention of Cruelty to AnlmalM.
At n meeting of the director held
thin morning tho Workln? Relief Com
mltteo was appointed, consisting or
Mrs. K. M. Bwnnzy. Mrs. A. (1. llaueit.
Jr.. Mr. Allen Herbert.
This commlttco will bo ready nt all
times to take action on any cases re
ported to them, nnd will nlso bo pre
pared to glvo any relief If In Its opln
Ion relief la needed.
J. It. (lull. Secretary.
Cruz Torn Morno this morning In
stituted dlvorrn tirnrnnillniru mr.iltiuf
Ccrcplo Ilnldcrlo Morao. Sho states
In her libel Ccrcplo Is a cruel man. onu
iniiu ii.ii ink muiineti ncr so iiaiiiy with
Oil lllllv ltnlfn Mint Hi.. Iti.li-r. In II,
Pollco Court sent him over tho reef
for n vacation. When he came back
sho says that sho lled with him again
on his promlso that ho would bo good
to her, which ho was for a ery Bhurt
Then his conduct beenmo bad again.
Ho beat her and cuffed her around un
til her llfo was mado mtilornblo. I'ln-
any no deserted ther altogether, nnd
for the past throo years bait nut con
tributed In tho least to her support
Clem K. Qulnn Is her attorney. High
Sheriff Henry returned tho libel tin
served, with the Information that Cc
rcplo could not bo found.
JAPANESE CAMF CASE
('Continued from Pam 1
consider a llttlo beforo rendering n
The proceedings in tho Murannka
caso arc being watched with consid
erable interest, not only by tho peo
ple or MaltIM, but by residents of oth
er districts as well.
Tho defendant. Murannka. took a
contract to erect a rooming house, or
camp, In Mnklkl. After work had
been begun, It is claimed, the Supci
vlsors passed an ordlnanco ptohlblt
Ing tho erection of such structures
within Ii00 feet of n school building.
in the demurrer which ho filed tit
tho tlmo tho cuso was brought tin for
trial, Attorney Peters, for tho defense,
attacked tho constitutionality of tho
ordinance, claiming It to bo class leg
islation in that It prohibited rooming
houses and rnmns. while niaklnu no
such prohibition with regard to ho
Tho llemurrcr was ovorrulcd on tho
ground that It raised n qucs'tlon of
law that could only bo settled In a
As an article ofi
You want an umbrella that
looks smart, one that shows'
both in fabric and in make,'
style, and workmanshin ; one'
that you are iroud to carry!
even when you "just think it
SUCH arc to be found at
H. F. Wichman & Co.
in Honolulu nro good drcsscrc, as n rule. They know
that clothes DO unkc an impicasion, one way or another.
CLOTHES nrc made in correct style by Stein-Blocli,
Know-How Tailor j. Thcic is no shoddy work in our
suits, no misfitting.
Before you pty a high price for indifferent tailor
ing, step in at our store nnd try on a suit.
one boss in
If you have
a gas range
will rule; if
you have a
In Aid of the
HUI 0IWI SOCIETY
CHORUS OF LADIES
KAAI MANDOLIN CLUB
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB
HENRY N. CLARK
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1908,
8 O'CLOCK P. M.
Scats on Sale at Brcgstrom Music Co.
"Bee" Brand Tea
IN LITTLE GUNNY SACKS.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
on our Easy-Payment plan,
BERflSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld,
CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. Gr. Thrum.
1003 TORT ST.
When you are contemplating
your dinner for this one day
iu the year when your dinner
puts the finish to it and pro
vides a subject for which you
should be thankful, remember
our old-faihioncd Pumpkin
Pics with Hie crisp and flakey
crusts. The pumpkin piled in
so thick that your thoughts
revert to Hew England., i'iuco
Patau Csuf e,
HOTEL ST. near FORT ST.
When jou gel
us to lnaite
Our $25. suits
GEO, A. MARTIN,
Delivered to residences
and offices nt 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Til. 1 IC.
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat av.S.
We have just got in our an
nual assortment of EXCELS
IOR and ROYAL diaries.
They arc in all sizes, and
bound in cloth and leather.
Hawaiian News Co.,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
filly Jm i
If m ii i
rf - M:W I
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
Wo lmo Just jiubllshed
"Tho Oil Hook" profusely Il
lustrated. It tells how S3 out
of fS luted till companies nro
now on u dividend paying ba
sis. How California oil stocks
nro Increasing In Miluo. llow
California nil stocl.H pay 1! to
20 per rent, monthly ilhl
dends. Tells how
$170 MADE A MILLION
How to m.iko iiiniltitblo In
otmeiits. Tho "Oil HooL"
will fatten your pocket book
and add to jour bank book.
Ono copy mailed free, poslago
picpHld, If sou act piomptly
nntl fend beforo tho supply la
exhausted. Writo today.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE AND
G4S-058 raciflo Building,
San Francisco, Calif.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
nnd embracing Comedy and Pathos,
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
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Rrare; Poor Crab; Biker Doc3 tho
Impossible: Bowser's Housc-Clean-ini
Red Tnpcism; Adventures of an
Overcoat; Two Sisters.
Elcctric Machine; Experienced Man;
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Pcrsonnl Attention Given to Cuisino
and Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals nt Reasonable Prices.
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