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TUESDAY MARCH 0, 1909
MR. CARTER'S ARGUMENT.
If (icnpo Itobcrl Carter liml ticcii
In 'the (loxornor'ii rlialr nl the meet-
IiiK wltti tlio Legislative Commltlce
last evening anil the editor ot the
11 it I I e t I ii . for Instance, had mado
tho tulle In opposition that was put
iwrtit by Mr. Carter, tho iittcrninoJ I
from the Uovornor'B chair would have. , '"-' sugar pinniiuion interests iroin
., ' been something like this: now Joining In and helping forward
1 "My dear sir. we are fnclng a con-, " movement for the better American-
J djtlon not a theory. You criticise Untlon ot Hawaii. Now that tho
this project on which a large number I large Interests arc In n mood for rh-
of our citizens arc united and you of-' sistlng new measures to gain deslr
J for nothing practical In tho place of ; nl,,e Immigrants, make the most of It.
!lt. Your talk Is along tho lines of j They" have been damned for not do
destructive criticism, when' we In tho. In" " Arc they to be damned for
government representing the people ' becoming converts to the. cause?
4 for tho tlmo being need constructive
i criticism. You say we ought to do
certain things. That is very easy.
'You fnll to tell us how this may bo
douo In a practical manner. We tip
predate your kindness In giving your
' opinion, but you are not helping umt
I Then Mr. Carter, as representing
lli lilcli nlllm nf Chief Kxpcutlve.
I would have been satisfied that' ho
had bis opponent Moored.
Now the cjuory Is: Does It make a
Jjfl.dIffcrcnco whother you are out of the
"government" or lu It?
LIQUOR DEALERS' REQUESTS.
The strongest point In the presen
tation made by tho Manor Dealers'
Association before tho Ways and
request for an appeal. to courts ot
justice from mhltrnry authority ot
the Hoard of Liquor Commissioner)
t'xnrclMnil tn nn nrhltriirv manner.
Tim richt to bo heard has becomo
t,o llxed In the minds of the people In
their efforts to secure common Jus
tice that they naturally sympathize
with those striving to gain fair-play
If made tho victims of unjust despotism.
' Tho radical opponents of the liquor!
ftarWT traffic stnto that tho present law will
:' bo n ul II lied If the right of appeal
from arbitrary authority Is allowed,
Tlio average citizen icsponds that
.. nny law should be nullified that docs
not grant a man u fair trial when ho
p Id threatened with tho destruction of
.. IiIidIi..ijb ,t., 1. .. a linnn lAHnll.nil I .J
;i "'''thereby recognized iib legitimate, mid
which he bus built up after years ot
The weakness of the present law
when It Is gouo Into by men not
piomptt'd by bitter prejudices Is that
It ulnces dealers In u legalized trado
fVliI ' under all tho icatraluts of crlmlnnU
y. -liltt ilnnu Htit friifit tlli.ltl ihn lirlvl.
lego every free country gives tho
When tlio rndli.nls Bay that com
mon Justice Is to weak that the peo
plo cannot bo protected ngalnst evil
doers In liquor tralllo without placing
Ijuwer over business llfo and death
In tho hands of n few men. the source.
.'"nf'of tno (iiniculty is ns much In the
(( '"tvoi "r Justice as In the traffic to
Mon who call for tho right of ap
peal from arbitrary acts of public of.
llccrs have always had a strong caso
since humanity began to raise Its
voice In protest ngalnst the wrongs
committed by despots. It Is often
Enid that n heneliccut despotism Is
till most perfect form ot government.
This sentiment prevails riioro gener
ally among a certain element in Ha
waii than In nny other place In the
United States. Hut tho limitations of
tho despots nro those of avorago hu
manity. Tho people hnvo found It
safer for oil concerned to rest their
muse with the courts of Justlco rath
er than men acting In secret.
Tho liquor men go further In sug
gesting ciuingeH for the present law
tlian It would be advisable for the
I.eglHli-turo to follow. Their statement,
however, Is notable for Its freedom
from a reciprocal notu of bitterness
that has characterized the comment
of tlio bo-culled temperance radicals.
There nie Incidents ot tho secret
history of tho secret workings of tho
local Liquor Commission that havo
romo to tho knowledge of this papor
fully Justifying tho contention that
modern despots can do outrageous
thing1. There facts go to justify the
demand that mon engaged in a bus
iness reconnized under our law ns lo.
'$$, iVt'Ulnfute, ehitll Umd the right to ap-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
PcrSlx Mm-tn-i & ,
I'tr Yen, an) where In U.S. ..... I. no
Pei Year, niiynhrrv In Caiia-Ja. ., I. Bo
Per Year ntiAldt luieifiu, S.oo
ical lo 11 court nRalnut tlio destrue
tlon of their business nt the dlscrc
tlon oC a Hoard nctkiK in secret.
Iliinnltilu lias never witnessed
stionRer financial backing than Is of-.
'ercu tno program lor nnmiBralloii
and conservation of resources. 11 Is
llc "'most roll lu endeavor to check
(Continued from Paza V
on 1000' shares ot stock selling nt
$100 per shnrc and the same amount
telling nt 1 cent per share, should
hid bill, become a law.
Lyman. Claim Favored
Senate Hecoliitlon No. 27, appro
priating ',3G.9G to reimburse Levi
C. Lyman for land taken at l'onnha
wal, Hawaii, was favorably reported
by tho Ways and Means Committee.
In his report Senator Falrchlld said
that, after careful Investigation, bis
'inimlttec hnd.comc to tho conclusion
Hint the claim was a just one, and
uid prepared a bill lo cover tho mnt
.cr. A slight clmngo was made In
.he nmount mentioned In tho bill, n
reduction of Interest having been
"cl to by ,ho Itloner. The bill
wns Introduced and passed to tho
House Hill No. 70, making Hawaii-
' n ''"" cerimcnies prima lacio cvi-
"' of tho facts therein contained,
wns invorauiy reported uy tno Judi
ciary Committee. The adoption of
the report passed the bill on second
The Judiciary Commlttco reported
favorably on House Hill No. (12, rel-
, ntlvo to tho right of sepulchre. Tho
loport wns laid on the table to bo
considered with the bill.
Scnnto lU'roliitlon No. .1:1, unking
the Territorial Treasurer for Infor
mation lcgardtng licenses to sell llsil,
was reported by the Judiciary Cum
mltlco in u manner which nii'vercd
nil of the questions asked In tho rc
olullun. The report stntvd that tho
Treasurer had no knowledge of .my
violations of tho law. Senator Cool
ho, the father of the resolution, mov
ed that the repprt of tho commlttco
bo adopted, and the Incident was thus
Senator Chilljiigworth Introduced
n bill providing for a law, unlfoini
with t noire of other States mid Tcrrl
toilcs, relative to tho acknowledg
ment of written Instruments. Tho
bill went to the Printing Committee.
Senator Makckuu Introduced a bill
dcttnliig tho boundaries of the Hrst
mid Second Itcprcseritativo Districts
of Hawaii. The bill wns referred to
the Printing Committee.
House Hill No. 69, relating to tho
bonds ot public ollloers, passed third
House Hill No. 17, relative to tax
ation, was referred (o the Judiciary
House Hill No. 70, relative to cer
tificates of Hawaiian birth, which
wns favorably reported by tho Judi
ciary Committee, passed Its second
Senator Mukekau then stated that
tho Hawaiian members wero vory
anxious to go down to tho docks and
tree the Manna Ken sail, so moved
thut a recebs bo taken until 2
.o'clock this afternoon, The motion
IMPUDENT PORCH CLIMBER
(Continued From Pace 1)
ly watched, and tho moment ho left
bis house the burglar, or burglars,
must have started operations.
Tho police department was Informed
of the matter and active stops nro be
ing taken to rid tho suburbs of tho
gang of thieves who pro doing Mich
Now rpcord made In nimlnal ca-.es
In Modesto and I.ns Angeles, burglars
being caught niul sentenced tho some
You can save moncv by
buying a home. It's
cheaper than renting.
$3500. will buy a new
0 rcor.t house with best
on car line.
Trent Trust Co.,
Yl DO IT ?
Here am some flffurcs from tin host
imuro'R pnMlMfl tlint ought to set you
to tlitnUlnif It you have klilnoy iltaeasc.
Dr. iooml ot Itcllevuo ilonpltal slates
from clinical oWrvntlom niul a largo
number ot nutoiotiU n at I'eltcvuo Hint
nlni-tcntlis of men nml women over 40
have Drlglit's Ulm-aro In Homo form.
Hec Denver .Medical Times, D.cemucr,
1903, p. 301. , '
And tlio census shows that over nln
tenths ot nil the ilcntlii frotn kidney
(iiMpnMn iIia In.i eenHiin venr wero really
duo lo UrlRlit's Dliteane. viz., SS.000 out
ot 63.000. Hee u. H. census lor iuuv.
AlthoUL'li Dr. lAnmls Is an authority
anil It l presumptiious. yet we cannot
Dellovo Willi linn llini nine.ieninn oi uu
!eoplo over 0 have llrlxlit's Disease. Wo
think he would havo bicn nearer tho
facts It ho hail said that nine-tenths oC
nil woplo having kidney Iroubln hnvo
Urlufifs Dlwiise." for the census figures
cnmiot lw denied ond show conclusively
that nine-tenths of nil th6 dead from kid
ney troubles liml llrlght's Dlseasn
llnw on rnrlli. then, can ieoplo with
kidney trouble nrrord to tnko anything
Inn I'ullon'H Ktn.il Coiiipound, tho only
known sikcIiIc for nrlght's JJIsense.
It Is stiiMTseillng kidney meillclnes.
Wo ni'o tliu iigeiiih. Jlunolulu Drug Co..
l'ort ft. i
OLD GRAB BILL IS REVIVED
(Continued from Pazt 1)
Tho snmu commttlvo recoiuiuended
the adoption of Huddy's lrndutlon, No.
-IS, to nppriiprl.itu $0000 for tho main
leunuco of the Solvation Aimy Homo.
Tho report said:
"Your Committee feels that this In
(dilution being somewhat of u public;
nature, should recclvo gome amount
of Government nld. Those peoplo nro
doing an Immense nmount of good to
nil nationalities! alike." Tho resolu
tion was laid on the table to bo con
sidered with the appropriation bill.
Tho Coniinlllpo reported favorably
on House Hill ifi relating lo tho man
ufacture of put.
Completely furnished house on Wil
der Ave. for four months
Furnished Cottage, Kinf St., Pa
waa Price $45.00
Furnished House nt Peninsula.
Kalihi, near' car line. New house.
lot 100 x 100 Price $1900.
Building1 lots, Kaimuki, $200. and up.
Building lots, Manoa Valley, $1000
Beacli property at Kaalawai.
COB. FORT AND "MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
! Water Workt Money.
1 A resolution for the appropriation
iil f,it.i,ua tn, in iiiu i.umi r mm, iui
1 Improving the Honolulu water nocks,
was Introduced by Knlelopu. Thin, nu
administration measure, coters all the
' work pro)oscd to bo done. Including
tho Installation nf now pipe Hues, nn
'electric, iour station at N'uuauu, u
high lift pump at the Ileretnnlii tdicct
pumplt'g station, tho construction of
t the proposed rcnorvolra at Punchbowl
ami Miiktlcl, concrctu cover for Mnklkl
reservoir, now dlschnrge main for Kill-
I mulct renertolr, repairs In old , pipe
lines, boring three additional wells,
mid labor mid material lu connection
with tho nbovo projects. Thin resolu
tion covers n number of separate res
olutions which, have nt various times
i been Introduced.
The following lesolutlons for tho
trppioprlatlou of money wero Intro
llllilo, (S0O for expenses of I.ahalnii
Kawewchl, $1000 for water pipes for
Shlnglo, J 1 o.ooo for coinpletlou of
Palolo belt road J
fchelrtoif,' ,"15000 for water pipes at
Kiiwowchl liitrodiic'd a bill amend-
lug tho pound law relating lo animals
trespassing upon gincrinnent land or
Senate Hill 33, pioWdlng that liti
gants boforo .the , Supremo Qourt nro
entitled to n hearing before tho full
number of, Justice was passed on third
Houso I1III 92, Introduced by Castro,
making procuring a crime punishable
by a fine, ot from $100 to $,'00 and Im
prisonment nt hard labor for from two
to nvo yearB. passed third reading by
House lllll 87, fixing tho ago of con.
sent nt 12 years, was passed on third
reading, with no opposition except tho
dissenting vole of Knrtardo,
On recommendation of tho Miscel
laneous Committee House lllll 4,
amending tho County Act, was tabled,
It being Identical with n resolution
previously Introduced by Moanaull.
Senate Hill 17, tho citizen labor bill,
was reported back from the Miscel
laneous Committee with amendments.
Failed to Concur.
Consideration of the Senate amend
ments to Sheldon's Houso lllll 20, pro
viding for tho assignment ot counsel
to poor prisoners, caused a discussion.
Tho Seunto amended tho bill, provld
Ins that counsel shall be uslgned only
m "cases of special hardship." Shel
don and lmthltl Tilled to sco what
nun nii'iuii uy inis clause. Tlio only
plnco Itlco couhl see whero there
nmiiii no a siiecinr uanislilp was H
tho bill became' n law. This would en
tail a special hardship on the Terri
tory. A motion was mudo and carried
that n special committee ho appointed
to cofifer with tho Senate over the
amendment. Sheldon. Douthllt nml
Kurtnuo were named.
H. II, 101, Kfinlho, giving tlio coun
ties CO per cent of tbo tnxes and He
enso fees nuiinc'o Committee.
Ii. H 110, Coney, payment of sewer
rates Public Lands Committee.
11. II. 111. Coney, payment of water
nitex Public Lauds Committee,
II. II. 113. I'urtado, Supervisors to
bo liquor license commissioners
AT CITY HALL
The meeting of tho- Hoard of Su
pervisors tonight will bo watched
Willi a great ijeal of speculation and
Interest. Mayor Tern would mal.o
no statement .when seen this morn
ing. Supervisor Kuiio wild, he had
nothing new to add to tho statement
which already appeared In tho II u I -lot
I u ,. audi contented himself by
sajlng tluit,"i1tlco must bo done."
mipcrviMii-H aiiiii, ijiunn, and Ay
lott could not Iiq located this fore
noon mid hciH'o tbclr vlnws as to the
appointment ot John Wilson iib road
miporvlsor for- Honolulu, could not
Tho ntllec of His Honor wns full of
callers this morning, many of whom
wero waiting for a "chance."
Prosecutor Cook threatens to Im
peach woman witness In tho lilal at
lledwo'M city of District Attorney
Ilullock fur malfeasance In office,
vi'.luab'e peurl, oyster shells, pro-
hlbto-lr animals nml reptiles found
InssllUed in Nevuila oil fields.
Linen and Pique
JUST' IN, BY EXPRESS
Latest Eastern Models
.50 to $30
IS SELF SUPPORTING
Grand Army Men Resent
Slur On Their
Kdltor livening 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 ll :
1 notice nu nrtlclc In this mornings
Advertiser headed "(Irnnd Army 11 ill
Starving to Death" by the name of
I. Cliariunu, living on Itlclianl lane
near (lullck nveiiuo. This Is yml
iicwb nml ii Blur on the (Iralid Army
If true. This comrade belongs to
(leo. W. Do I-ong Post, and in ;ood
standing. His name on our roils l
Fred. Sherman. ' Our comrades visit
him ortcn. Ho has , an Income fioiu
tho old country of $"()0 per annum.
Ho docs not oven draw n pension for
tho reason he says that ho linn enough
to keep him.
Ho lias not been feeling well for
n few months, but told us that lie
needed no help. He chooses to live
nlone, and I suppc:o docs not havo
tho best of cooking, that n man In
bis condition and ago should have.
I saw him on the street-car no' nioio
than four days ago. I twpposo In
his fecblo condition ho fell or lay
down, and could not get up again.
Wo do not propose to let (Irand Army
comrades who defended Old Glory on
tho bloody field of battle starve in
JOHN W. KHANCIS,
Post Comma .'or.
March 9, '09.
(Continued from Face 11
200 Nobles oT Islam Temple, togeth
er with their wives, can be counted
upon to bo present nt tho ccrcmohlcs.
The following letter from W. 11. C.
Campbell of llllo shows how tho plan
in received on the big Island:
"I nm lu receipt of your favor of
the 19th, contents of which has my
careful attention. In reply would
say that nil tho Masons of this Isl
and would bo pleased to welcome the
Nphles of Islant and Aloha, Temples
to llllo nnd will do anything and ev
erything they can to make their visit
a pleasant one. In regnrd to n place
for tho ceremonial, I am pleased to
say that by that time we will hnvo
our now Masonic Templo completed.
In which thero will be nmplo room,
tho I.od tie-room being 54 x 31 feet;
banquet hull 7 a x 31 with n stage 17
feet deep, and ocvernl entry rooms
well arranged for the work.
"In caso this project goes through,
you will hnvo eight or ten llllo can
didates to hnvo some fun with.
"Another matter which might bo
considered In this connection Is tho
dedication of our now Temple; thoro
Will probably bo somo members of the
Grand Uidgo among tbo Nobles of
Islam Temple, and If a (irand Lodge
meeting could ho held hero to dcdl
cnto tho Temple, the members of Kl
luiica Lodge would bo pleased in
"Hoping to hear In tho near future
that tho project will bo carried out,
I am, yours In the faith,
"W, II. O. CAMPIH'U.."
Illustrious Potentate llorkus this af
ternoon named tho following t-oipmll-teo
t oluko charge of the festivities:
C. (1, lloekus, M. I,'. (IrnsKimm, M. Phil
lips, J. 8. .McCmiille&s.Ci. P. Wilder, W.
II. C. Campbell.
The plan Is to tako tho neophytes
to llllo by Hpeclnl Mteamer, and put
them through tho halr-rnlslng part of
tho ceremonial In tlio crater of Kl
lauea, Tho Potentate of Islam Tem
ple, San Francisco, has fallen In with
tlto plan mid Ik anxious to hnvo somo
ot Ills cohorts participate, in tho feast
IS ALL IT COSTS TO RUN
ONE OF OUR
If your watchman sleeps at
night, you'll know it, if ho
carries one of our clocks,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Wc have a large stick of
made especially to s'iv: good
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That's the secret of the high quality of
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Your Grocer Has Them
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Size of Picture, 31-4x4 1-4
This new camera takes a picture in every way ns good
'as these taken by $8,00 cameras. It is sLmpla in construc
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it is chcaner. Call and sec it.
Films, Velox, Photographic Supplies
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic " Fort St. just below Hotel.
Tlio llnor Hlheila, rnrrylni" ninny
paxhciiKcm, principally touilsts niul u
fow liiniiuuluitH, culled for San I'rnn
clsco this uioruliiK shortly nflrr HI
o'clock. AnioiiK tho KanuiiilniiH, who
lort In her woro Walter 1''. DIllliiB
hain, .IiiiIko I'orry, nnd othrrs.
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Invitations, in the best of form
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Mm, I.lzzlo Q. Coohrano chan;od
with attempted niurdor for Bhootlu;;
hor hUBhnnd'B nihility.
Mlns Krances Talt quits, cafo Joh to
Join theatrical company.
JiiiIko upholds jiowcr nt press In
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A wonderful machine that
increases the operator's speed
nnd the accuracy of the work.
Ale-mmlcr Young Building.
them in a vnricty of stylos,
service. They arc handsome
aw.v 1.' ' T.r-m" - ..
A savings account in this
bank is n safe investment. It
pays you 4 1-2 interest, com
pounded semi-annually, and it
is ready cash any time you
Unlike other investments, it
is always worth dollar for dol
lar, and you stand no chance
But the main point is this:
Ready Cash is tho answer to
the latock of Opportunity.
Many hear of chances for high
paying investments nnd all
they can do is to tell their
friends of them.
Save your money; get one
of out; handy savings banks
free, We pa,y 4 1-2 on sav
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