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ALLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., ITD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Sail; every day except Sunday. Weekly isiued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER 07 THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wntlnco R. ParrlnKton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN AD7AN0X.
rr Month, anywhere In M.S. tf .7R
Per Uuarltr, ati)vhertln l' S. ... 3.oo
Ptr Yfi,anv litre In I'S. ...... H.ihi
Per War, ostpaid, forein, ... I3.UO
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
f in the Territory
ry ( Editorial Rooms,
I wl,BusIne8S Office,
WHAT IS TRUE AMERICANISM?
Wc should keep steadily before our
minds the fact that Americanism is a
question of principle, of purpose, of
idealism, of character; that it is not
a matter of birthplace, or creed, or
lino of descent.
Here in this country the represen
tatives of many old-world races arc
being fused together into a new type,
n tjpc the main features of which
arc already determined, and were de
termined at the time of the revolu
tionary war; for the crucible in
which 'all the new types are melted
into one was shaped from 177G to
1789, and our nationality was defi
nitely fixed in all its essentials by
the men of Washington's day.
The strains will not continue to
exist separately in this country as
in the old world.
They will be combined in one; and
of this new type those men will best
lepiesent what is loftiest in the na
tion's past, what is finest in her hope
for the future, who stand each solely
on his worth as a man; who scorn to'to legitimate Interior and thoso who
ua cvu to otners, ana who reiuse to
submit to wronijdoinp; themselves;
tylto have in them no taint of weak
ness; who never fear to fight when
fighting is demanded by a sound and
hfgh morality, but who hope by their
lfyes to brine; ever nearer the day
tvJicn justice and peace shall prevail
within our own borders and in our
relations with all foreign Powers.
?Mucli of the usefulness of any ca
reer must lie in the impress that it
makes up, and the lessons that it
teaches to the generations that come
&Wc of this generation have our
own problems to solve, and the con
dition of our solvin? them is that we
shall all work together as American
citizens without regard to differ
ences of section or creed or birth
place. President Roosevelt.
rrho charge of un-Ainerlcanlsni H
Mnficely laid against the fellow-clt-
Irtn on tho other side of the question
that a definition ot what American- Dohrinnnn's opinion. Now don't
Urn Is, Entlslles a long-felt want. (start worrying over what will happen
iAh usual, wc have to turn to our i after the period U finished. Help
rifcnitous President. It Is snld of, make the Itnmcdhtc ten jcais more
Itooaevolt that tin Is morn nearly tho prosperous.
tjidcnl American of today than liny
mmi lu public life. ,
Tlio excerpt git on is from the
Bpecch of tho Prcsldeut delivered at
tlio unveiling ot the Sheridan monu
ment. His view ot tho real Amor
liHiilsm comes home to' the pcoplo ot
Hawaii more forcefully than lu any
other part of tlio country.
Hero wo aro working out tho as
similating process with a smaller per
centage of the born-American leaven.
Here ns lu no other part of the coun
try wo havo need to realize that tho
ti'uo American Is not determined sole
ly by tho ancestry of tho citizen, not
by tho aristocracy of birth though
tho ancestor bo of a high type. Tho
mau'H loyalty to his country nnd its
highest Ideals for common decency
mid Justice establishes his right to
bo classed as tho true American.
THE TENEMENT AGITATION.
Pioperly bandied, tho fight against
the tenement house In the resident
IlstilctB of the city will become, ono
if tho gieatcst blessings of tho day
for' tlio botterment of Honolulu.
Pioperty-owners who started tho
ball rolling havo learned first that
they cannot Invoke n law or crcato
n law tiiat will satisfy their wished
und" leave other pioperty-owners of
the city and Territory to. shift for
themselves. Tho contest for im
provement must bo conducted on
broad giounds. In this discovery
they are not displeased. The light
merely becomes longer, more. dlQlcult
perhaps, but finally ciowued with far
mom positive lesults for the common
row that tlioy havo btopped to
think of It, our citizens do not want
I tho, c heap and disreputable lodglng-
hotibo In tiny resident district of tho
If Ihey wUl think ngaln.Thoy nro
not in favor of the uiihcalthful and
disreputable tenement or lodging-
1 lioiise lii any street or iilloy.
, It Is not poNSlhln to eliminate, nil
.the Ulsieputablo elements from llo-
Ter SU Moulin
Pet Year, anywhere In 0 S. ,
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada
Per Year pota!d, foreign ....
Entered at the fot office at Honolulu
as upcoml cliM nutter.
DECEMBER 4, 1808
noluUi, but In s may lie passed, lnws
should anil will be passed, that will
raise the stamlari! of the tenement
house whcreor It Is erected. Tlio
return In Improved sanitation, more
attractive streets, and a more con
tented and enlightened people, will
be niany-folil and will become a defl
nlto financial asset.
I.ct the work that has been Inaug
urated by the MaMM district enthu
siasts be ciurlul out mi tho broadest
possible Hues. In tills way we shall
have public sentiment thoroughly
aroused at a period when Honolulu is
taking on a new growth another
spurt In Its youthful career. Those
who have homes hero should see to
It that tho city grows right.
Selfish Interest Is what spurs peo
ple to action. Let It continuo to
prod a constantly Increasing number
Into the list ot workers. At the same
time let is make life ot this newly
available energy in carrying out
broad plans for civic development.
Improve the biilldLng laws, Increase
the parks, piotcct the schools and the
homes, while committing no injury
must have Inexpensive lodgings.
It Is nil work that Is worth while.
It helps Honolulu grow.
Alec IlobcrUon hit the nail on the
head when ho Kild tho campaign ot
education should be carried on.nmung
the white icsldunts who hold out spe
cial attractions for Orientals to pop
ulate the town. Theie has jet to bo
an Instance where largo numbers of
Orientals have moved In a given di
rection without being first urged by
tlie white man anil helped perhaps by
the money of the man who howls
loudest at the Orlentnl competition
Promise of a constitution In nino
j ears Is n tremendous advanco for
Chlnn. Soon Oreat Iliitalu will havo
to get Into step with the progress of
events and glto India n larger meas
ure of belt-government.
L . .
i Toft je-'" f prosperity Is Mr.
Toft je.irs of prosperity
Dohrinnnn's opinion. Now
Give thanks that Itoosovelt has de
fined Amcilcanlsm. It may icduce
thi! frequency with which local reac
tionaries nttach Hoosovelt's namo to
every miserable scheme they havo to
S.in Kranclbco has heard wireless
messages from Japan. Mny this bring
about u more friendly acquaintance
In keeping with the spirit of tho re
cent diplomatic understanding.
Honolulu Is building. It cnu't bo
otherwise when the Kedornl Govern
ment Ik building for a more perma
nent future nil around us.
UU.l-M J J.l. J JLJ
Knaliumnnu Club Improvers tdiould
bo credited with hnvlng started u
great movement for tho betterment of
the now Honolulu.
A letter has been received by Act
lug Governor Mott-Smtth from Olfford
Plnchot, chulrni.ui of tho National
Conservation Commission, stating that
that body will hold Its annual mooting
In Vushliigtoii, December 8. Ah thero
aro n number of prominent Honolulu
nns lu tho States at tho present time.
It Is probable, thai this placo will bo
represented at the mooting of tho Nu
tloilal Commission. Governor Frear
appointed a Tenllorlut Commission
which handed In Its report a short
David J. llalnl, youngest ton of Aim,
Veionlca Halid, dies of heart: trouble.
Traffic associations of Han Fianclsco
clash during campaign to provent raise
in freight rates, Iliircnu of Merchants'
Kxchango called insincere.
Jacob P Ti .msiio of Sun Francisco
wedR well known eastern Foclety no
man nt pretty cei oniony
llccelpt of wheleBs iw-ians from
Japan by San FrancUco operatois sub
ject of eager Inquiry by eclentlsf:
It. D. Fry, share holders In Cnllfor
lilt safe deposit company, sued lor
?101,307 duo depositors.
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
go up to College Hills and see
how many new homes are be
ing built. It would be easy
for you to get a lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
you some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot we
will assist you in building a
3JWM IflMA &o.m
TWO MILLION DOLLARS
(Continued from Pan 1)
ing such as Is possible In a great gar
rlbon, will make the I.ellehua tho
most wonderful, ns well as tho great
est, tropical military post lu the
The manner In which tho work
will be dono has not )ct been decided
upon and will depend very largely
upon tho discoveries which Captain
C.istncr makes on the tour of Investi
gation which ho Is about to under
take. Tho temporary cantonment
will bo urcctod by Captain Castner
under the day-labor system; the rein
forced concrete work may bo done in
tho same manner, or It may bo dono
Work Will Be Bushed
Work will lie rushed along busily
from now until tho middle of Janu
ary; then thero will probably bo a
lull of two months or more while
plans for the permnncni post nro be
ing drawn, Once they nro conip'lcted,
thero will be two years of tlio busiest
kind of work lu sight. No stop will
bo made In operations until tie last
trco has been planted and the last
walk has been laid.
It Is not considered likely, by
Army officers, thnt there will be any
Incrcaso in the local garrison, with
the exception ot tho two squadrons
of cavalry, until tho post Is complet
ed two. years hence. Then tho gun
ners, the nddltlonnl Infantrymen and
inccl leers nnd tho Signal Corps com
pany will arrivo on tho stcno.
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced, suitable lor true farm
Two fine building lots in Manoa
$1600 and $1000.
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street , $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
LunaliloSt. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Waikiki (Furnished) $40.00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
! - - ' " '""
SW; 5Bf" " v
Accommodations will bo provided I
for tho engineer coinpnii) at tlio
I.ellehua post. Kvcry appliance nec
essary in order to provide them with
the facilities for their work will bo
The stables for the catnlry horses
will bo mo'defs' ot their kind. Locat
ed ns the slto of tho post is, lu an
Ideal situation, the steeds of tho
horsemen will be provided with quar
ters which many a human being
might well envy,
The Slgiini Corps banackn will bo
ted with ncccssaiy accommodation
for u wireless. station and other buch
equipment, as well us a signal bchool
a wireless. ntatlor
ulpmcnt, .as well u
A brigade liradciui
lqunrtcrs will mean
a general hospital in nil probability,
and accommodations for Invalids re
turning from ho Philippine Islands.
Tho Lollchuu'slte is consideied lile.il
for such a purpose by medical ofll- '
cers, tho location being healthy nnd
the scenery being such that conva
lescents cannot fail to nnd It cheer
ing. Two Thousand Workmen
It Is estimated thnt tho work on
tho post. In ono way or another, will
mean employment for 2000 or moio
men. Many of thoso will be skilled
Captain Castnor has lind wide i-
perlcnce In tho construction of Army
posts and Is well flttod to undertake
the work here. He lias Just complct
ed a now two-troop post nt Fort Yel
lowstone, the work being handled lu
a very satisfactory manner. Tho
structure Is of stone.
Army officers feel that tho selec
tion of Captain Castner means that
tho Government wants things dono In
the most expeditious manner possible,
as he has already made a consider
able reputation' for hurrying things
along und, nt the snino tlmo, doing
tho work thoroughly.
About the Reservation
United State District Attoruoy It,
W. HreckonS has had prepared a spe
cial map of tho military reservation
which Is situated ut Wulilnwa. Tho
reservation contains a total area of
tt,700 acres, tho most of which wos
leased to tho Downott Interests con
siderable time ago. This was In turn
bub-leased by Dowsctt to n number
of others, mining tho present holders
of th'o land being several ot the largo
pineapple plantation companies.
Tho lease which the Government
gavo Dowsctt. on thoso. properties has
still a number of jears to run, and
tho United States will, when Uic slto
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH,
Jit 8 O'Clock.
!- See Our Windows -C
"1T7E always give satisfaction and the worth of
" ' your money. At our Annex there is
being held a Special Sale of Winter Hats, ranging
in price from $2.50 to $59, and every hat is
Guaranteed Full Value. Roses and Trimmings in
endless variety from 25c to $5, from which we can
make up specially-designed Hats to suit everyone.
for the military post to he situated
theie is choben, start negotiations for
the return of tho lease,
(Continued from Pase 1)
Chief Knlaklclu would hnc anything
to do with a protection proposition.
I have as much confidence in him ns
I had In Mr. Tuylov. It Is, of couv.se,
possible that somo of tho Informers
used by tho Department may bo tnn
glcd up in tho matter, for they are
necessailly pretty bad eggs a
not be trusted. However, I r.i
lieve thnt tho whole thing has been
planned by cncnilca ot tho police who
wish to discredit the Depaitnicnt."
Another pbnso tvhlih presents
n far more serious aspect, Is the fact
that last night n number of sttb-chal
games, which had been running more
or less openly for some time past.
closed down. It is currently report
ed by thoso well posted In such af
fairs, that an informer employed by
tlio police inn do tho rounds of nil the
gambling Joints lust night, giving tho
warning "bad wind," which, It np
pears, was a reference to tho fnct
that I.enl and Apana had entered tho
ring against the gamblers, nnd thnt
trouble was consequently in sight.
Of the twenty-seven gamblers ono
was fined $2fi and costs this noon,
two had sentenco suspended, nnd tlio
lest were fined SD nnd cojts each
Dcteinilned warfaio will bo waged
i gainst the Oakland poolrooms.
Kobcrt I.Mngstoii. who nlainicd co
eds, escapes from Napa asjlum.
Deserter of Alameda wife nricbtcd
In Seattle for marrying too soon after
Attorney Sulllwin denounces Thomas
II. Dozler, counsel for Itupf.
Mrs. KIslo Knox Jennings of Kan
Franclbco Is grunted divorce from
Dei kt Icy high school "frats" prepare
to fight oiiler to disband.
President defines trim Americanism
In speech nt unveiling of atatuo to Gen
eral Phil Sheridan.
Mining men rioni nil partH of conn
try to assemble In Pittsburg.
This year we have many
New Things in Jewelry for
SCARF PINS of Exquisite
Design. FOBS in New Pat-
terns and Styles. CUFFi
LINKS in all Grades and at
all Prices. VEST BUTTONS'
and STUDS, and MANY OTH-l
Inspect our large stock of
H. F. Wichman & Co.
.. t '
Corner Fort and Berctanm Streets
Tl,cse nna other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
Santa Claus is here wanning up for Christmas. Yon
will have the best from him if you make your selection
TOYS Dolls, Postal Card Albums, Sewing Boxes, Pic
ture Frames, Comb and Brush Sets, Sliaving-Sets, Sets for
Smokers, Manicuring Sets, Collnr and Cuff Boxes, Glove
Boxes, Toy Pianos, Drums, Wagons, Dolls, Carriages, Writ
ing Paper in Boxes, Games of .All Kinds.
COATS 1 TO 7 YFARS Sample Garments for Chil
dren; well raade; beautifully finished. Material, Pique,
Imitation Pongee, and Linen.
UMBRELLAS From $1.50 up, and a big assortment
to choose from.
RUCHIHG Six pieces in a box; 50c to 75c per box.
SHIRTWAISTS New line, from 00c to $2.00.
sold here. For a Christmas Present, give an order for a
pair of shoes, and let the recipient pick them cut. In this
way, thorough satisfaction is assured.
LINDSEY COLONIAL TIES in all leathers, $3.50.
(White and Tan Sueds, Patenf Leather, and White Can
vas), NEW J00ELYN TIE in Tad Suede.
NURSES' OXFORDS, HOUSE SLIPPERS, OPERA
REGAL SHOE -STORE,
McOANDLESS 'BUILDING, KINO mul.BETHEI. STS. '
XMAS IS COMING
Come in and select SHOES for you
nnd your children. They nre satis
factory; their Pi ices Reasonable. An
AXMAS GIFT will nccompauy each
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. nenr KING St.
2jgf-"For Rent' cards on sale at
Wc have just receiv
ed by the Hiloninu ov
er 1,600 paira of Lad
ies' Regal Shoes in all
the latest styles. Our
Quaitcr Sizes guaran
tee a perfect fit for any
A ,iLSf fc.at '
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