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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 196
When you are
tiled, and just a little
depressed, how a cool,
sparkling glass . of
Primo does cheer you
There is nothing
like it. No beer ever
brewed has the same
soft, full flavor, the
delicious, tingling SNAP to it that is in
every glass of Primo."
It's wholesome, too, and good for
you, a tonic and food of the highest
Primo Beer for Health
PHEASANT PHOLLOWING J
(BY ERNY SLAP SON FEETON)
1 Is It mil a shame to kill such n
I Yen, It Ih n shame, liut ou can't
do It. ' -
I Anil so the pheasant lives on, to
Up and lc to dog and man. The. ni(nd
anil morals of the dog aro ruined so
that he Is only fit to tree cats on p
telcphono pole, and the man crlo
like a voice In the wilderness for a
Phcas-int hunting on the Island ot his mind to "Ho to a dog" ho stretch- quart of beer and a lump of Ice.
Oahu consist. In a long-legged dog. es his nether limbs nnd b.ijs, "I'm go- Still, wo should forgive the phens-
n brontt.lcs-. pcrsphlng hiim.in helm.-, lag noith." After going 100 yards ant. for In his savage blindness he
and a bird with the Instinct of Vn- north In 9 1-2 Keconds, he winds hid would rather cat than be eaten,
bins, the great retreatcr, attached to prehensile tail about n guava trunk -
the nether limbs or an ostrich. anil, stopping violently, turns for .1 ' AFTER THE CRASH.
I am asked, "Will n pheasant llo to r.0-j aril sprint S S W. Rodrlck "nhiewood Is going In for
r. dog?" Yes, children, n pheasant After the man nnd dog hao con- aerial sports these days."
will He any number or times to nnv tinned half a mlo In the wrong dl- v,,n Albert "Yes, thoy say ho Is
number nf dogs, and with cnmil .'a- lection, the pheasant stretches his w"iipcd up In his -airship."
lll,, ' "'""' """ "' 'h "'" """" " "I- other dylo0Vsfrohn0g'me to
When the pheasant has made up I mile S8.B. mrai Mm"
Straus Report Deals With
Immigration And .
Moralizes on peculiar
' CONDITIONS OF THIS AGE
Manufactarers Are Greatest Viola
ton of Contract Labor Law.
Washington, D. C, I)cc. 1. Import
ant nnd unusual statements nnd rec
ommendations are niado by Secretary
Oscar 8. Straus In the sixth annual re
port of the Department of Commcrco
hnd Labor, made public today.
"Our ago," sas Secretary Straus,
"hn been vory properly called an era
of Commercial detv-opment and ex
pansion, and tho United States, by
reason of Its many exceptional advant
Egos, Its boundless natural resources,
and possessing a growing Intelligent,
energctje, enterprising and self-reliant
population. Is reaping a greater share
of Industrial and commercial prosper
ity ttian any of tho other nations of
tho world. As tho head of the Depart
ment. It has been my .constant aim so
to administer Its various branches as
to afford the greatest amount of as
tlstancc, Information nnd guidance to
tho various Industrial and commercial
activities that come under Its admtnls
Secretary Straus points out that
labor and the Industries and commerce
aro Inter-dependent. "That commcrco
which Is dexcloped ami expanded to
tho detriment, cither of the health or
of the wage standard of the laborers
engaged therein, how over profitable It
might be In the material sense. In
harmful to a nation's wcjfaro and
thould be discouraged."
I'aptlculat;.,-attention Is doWtd, by
tho Secretary In his report to the bu
reaux of Immigration and Naturaliza
tion, Corporations and Labor. While
other Bureaux of tho Department arc
important, the thrco mentioned bear
the moro directly upon tho material
intorests of tho, people Ihaii'Vlo any of
the. others; Tho rejorJ, nS it rclatos
to thrnuiscnrjzal.r cih bo considered
as an ordinary departmental report,
as lUs raptejo .wllh jnformntlon, sug
gestion andhunfan Interest.
Concerning the BureiiPnf Immigra
tion, Secretary Straus points out that
up to tho closo of the Civil 'War all our
laws were framed to encnurgo Imml
gallon and that since them. American
legislations hllo not hostile -to Immi
gration, lias been directed toward tho
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Sheet Music, Victor Talking Machines, from $10'
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elimination of undesirable daises. As
u result of thin legislation the percent
ago of foreign born persons In our
population has remained practically
ttatlonary for forty years. Concretely,
tho percentage of foreign born In 1860
was 13 2, while In 1000 It was 13.7,
"During n portion of the, past fiscal
ear," says Secretary StratiSj "and ox
tending into tho present, this country
has sultcrcd an Indus'trlnt depression
duo to a number of causes, among oth
ers to overproduction which' were
world wide, but perhaps for the time
being moro accentuated In this than
In tho other commercial countries."
Tho effect of this depression upon Im
migration wns Immediate, tho fiscal
year of 1908 showing a falling off in
immigration of about 39 per cent. Do'
ducting the total departures of aliens
from the total arrivals during tho fis
cal j oar, tho net increase nf alien pop
ulatlon was 200,807. About 26 per
rent of those admitted wcro Illiterate,
Tho total amount of money actually
brought Into the country by arriving
aliens was $17,894,226, nn dterago of
almost S23 per capltn. Warrants of
deportation wore Issued In tho cases
of 1,955 aliens and 10,902 aliens were
rejected at tho port of arrival. In tho
last ten jenrs tho accepted figures nt
ImmlRrntlon nrc actually 48 per cent
in excess of tho net Immigration,
Considerable spaco Is dcoted to
tho Incoming nf Japanese, which shows
n, gradual but sure reduction In .tho
numbci. During the yenr the net In
crease in Japanese imputation was
enly 3826. Secretary Stratfs rays that
tho .lapancso and American govern
ments aro cooperating to enforco tho
law respecting tho coming of Jnpanoso
laborers to this country.
Greater success has attended the ef
forts of tho Department to enforco tho
alien contract labor law during tho
last car than in any preceding year.
It Is pointed out that "the greatest
violators of tho contract labor laws
aro the American manufacturers."
Labor unions, too, have at times been
found imong the violators ot tho law.
During tho year, J932 contract labor
ers wcro rejected, and Incrcaso of 34
per cent ocr tho rejections for 1907.
In nil, 2172 contract laborers were de
ported during the year, Partlcular.of
forts wcro directed toward tho sup
pression of tho white slave traffic, this
country cooperating with many Euro
lican governments to concert propor
measures to attain this purpose.
Tho great work of tho Division of
Information In tho distribution of al
ien Immigrants through tho country Is
considered at length. Secretary Straus
regards tho work ot this division as of
the highest Importance, as It tends to
relievo tho congestion of aliens In
urban centers of population. Atten
tion also is devoted to the Division of
Naturalization, Which shows that 2344
cotlrts have been 'engaged In tho last
j car In con for ring naturalization upon
ullend. During the yc.tr 136.725 dec
larations of Intention and 43,878 peti
tions for naturalization wore filed.
Through tho Department of Justice
1303 rases for tho cancellation of Il
legally granted certificates wcro Inst!
tutcd .ind In 457 of tho caics tho cer
tificates wcro withdrawn. Suggestions
ere mado of Important amendments
to tho legislation relating to tho uat
urallaztlon of atlons.
PE-RU-NA CHEERFULLY RECOMMENDED
FOR COLDS AND CATARRH.
I i lima ! I i,
A,ProminjBiit Canadian Gives IIin Expe
rience "With the World-Famous
; Remedy For Catarrh.
RAIL CONTRACT IS
DELAYING THE WORK
Just as soon as the Navy De
partment lets the contract, for tho
Necessary rails, work will lm Iwnm nn
tho railroad which Is to form part ol
the Naval Station equipment at Pearl
Harbor. Tho tics havn nlrcurlv liorni
contracted for, and only tho rails aro
necked in order to mako things ready
lor construction (o begin.
Hlds for tho supplying ot tho rails
UHI-n ,lvnrllun,l fn unMA .Im.. ..
and U is supposed that tho.NiVy De
partment will announce the i.nmn nf
tho successful bidder within tho not
lav nr in Kn nfflrlul aAulnjUtnt'a
been received hero concerning tho
matter, as far as can bo ascertained.
Tho railroad will probably bo built
by day labor under tho supervision of
tbll "hlvll 1Tlirlliii. In r.hena ..r II...
work. No announcement to that cfU'ct
nas neon made, but becauso bidit'fot-
iiiimuH uaip uccn caned for, nnd
none for work. It Is siinuoKn.l Unit
that will bo the eourso of pro.'oodurc
1-aicui mivui umccrs aro nn tilling
with Impatlenco Uio announcement
that tlio contract" for tho ral's has
been let, us It la necessary tint' the
railroad bo built Immediately, If work
on tho i enervation Is not to be lo.
No advices havo been rocelvn.1 In-
local authorities regarding tho award
ing of tho. contract for thV dredging ot
l"earl Harbor. Every mall will bo
watched, from now on, however, as 'it
It; thought likely thai tho Navy De
partment will send sonio comnii'iilm
lion Just as soon as tho matter Is hot-tied,
Francisco Catro. a Porto Illcan with
n extenslvo pollco record, and .loo
aui were anested this afternoon and
lire being held for Investigation. Tho
former Is bellowd to havo stolen
fcomo money from n woman In tho
Winston block last night, and Cadi
was seen with him shortly before tho
time when tho theft took place.
The Weekly Edition of t Evening
Bulletin gives a complete nummary of
the newi of the day.
Chronic Catarrh Always Bcgfns
.WIuTAri Ordinary Cold,
So Says Dr. Hartmarii tho Greatest
' -Living Authority On Ca
THE first effect 6f a cold le a thick
ening of. tho mncoue membranes ot
the nose and throat.
Tills gives rise to a discharge, or at
least kstiifflness of the nasal passage.
Sometimes fever accompanies the first
attack, also a feeling of languor, dull
ness and aching of the bones.
If no attention Is paid to It, the mucous
congestion Is liable to spread down Into
tho larynx, producing hoarseness and
Into the bronchial tubes, producing a
F.ven when this occurs, many people
pay no attention to It.
Under such circumstances, the con
gestion Is liable to become chronic, pro
ducing a condition ot the mucous mem
branes known as catarrh. Catarrh lasts
Is essentially a.
tion and Joea not learo excopt some
thing' Is done to relieve it.
Whs should bo done when s person
catches cold 1 to take a few doses of
Taken at the onset, Poruna would
break up the cold and provent all tho
tralnof symptoms which usually follow.
But, even In cases where tho cold has
been neglected and hoarseness or a
cough hae developed. IV run a can be
relied upon to give promp'. and per
Tho frequency of coughs and colds in
the winter makes Peruna a popular rem
edy for theso ailments.
, A numbcrof the lcst people of various
countries havo given testimonials as to
the value of Peruna in such cac.
rollowtd Dr. Hartman't Advice
' Restored to Health.
Mrs. Samuelle Vlgncan, A,v,re au Bcrd,
Isle de La Magdallne, Canada, writes:
"I write to tell you that I am pcrfoctly
welt. 1 took, only thrcb bottles ot your
Peruna according to your advico and
.the directions In your book and it re
stored my health."
The following wholesale drug-)
C. lUl'.irkcr, l'x-Warden nf Compton
Co., Qaoliec, bis been mayor, of Hcols
lown for a nurhltcr of years. Hn Is an
Influential resident In Scotstown and
llo writes concerning Peruna. Kcsd
his letter below t
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"I had lesenl attack! of cold
from timelo time and finally a
severe attack developed into ca-1
"I was advised to use your cole
brated catarrh remedy, and after i
i taking three bottles I find myself
completely curod, and 1 no longer
suffer from catarrh or colds.
"I can cheerfully recommend
Ferqna tor cold) and catarrh."
If Peruna hsd no otbcrl medicinal
valuothan the promptness with which
it relieves common colds, it would be
woll worth while for any family to keep
It in the boiiKO constantly.
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WANTS TO REPEAL
INCOME TAX LAW
To repeal tho Incomo tax root and
brunch Is what Representative Jio
Cohen plana to work for when ho taken
his Boat In tho Hoiibo next February.
Binco hla election Jog has been doing
tomu tall studying of various phuses
of government,! which ho thought ro
quired attention, and tho fax Question
bau Interested him particularly, Cohen
left this morning for, tho Coast In tho.
Alameda, but beroro leaving ho stated
what ho Intended to do In tho taxation
"Tho' Incomo tax law Is all wrong,"
said Cohen. "As it Is; tho Incomo tax
Is' being; paid only by tho 'wago earn
ers' and tho- salaried man, who can
least afford to pay It. Tho moil ltlt
the big Incomes, who aro tho ones
who could well afford It, nnd who
ought to pay it, go scot free,
"Take, for Instance, tho salaried
man who earns from $1200 to ssnoo -
year. It Is Just enough for blm to,
llvo on. From year to year ho Just
pas his expenses. He has nothing
left over, and perhaps he Is in debt.
Huch n mini Iuih no Inruino. no mir
plus, nnd taxing what lm eiirnn over n
certain amount, Is taxing his labor
Jan. 1st and 2nd
Hoolulu Park, ililo
TWO DAYS OF FINE RACING
,RUNNING AND TROTTING.
and his Industry.
N'On tho other hand, tho men whu
hao largo Incomes, real Incomes, nn
salaries, mannge to so pl.-co their tur
plus capital that at tho cud or tho
enr they have nn Incomo to legally
"Well, what do ou Intond to nig
gest as a remedy ?" asked tho loportei.
"Itemed'!" exclaimed Cohen. "Why
tho law should bo repented altogether.
Tho Inrninn tax Inw Jh n ory flm tlu.
(ay, but It ilot'u not work nut In piae
tlcu, mid It should ho wiped out."
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