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The first set of the famous text,
books of the American Technical
CYCLOPAEDIA Of" CIVIL
was told to n PLANTATION MAN
ACER. Should have a set of tl.eso books
Cyclooae.Ha of Civil Cng necrlng
Cyclopaedia of Strim nnolnccntig
Cyclopaedia of Mechanical En
gineering Cyclopaedia of Dravtlnq
Cyclopaedia of Automobiles
Cyclopaedia of Archctccturci Car
pentry and Building.
STANTAHD T-CT3 OF FICTION.
MliiC'TYAH- U FERENCE DOOKS
"N K.'. MONTI- LY PAY
.L.n? ron "A--VLOOLC.
Why Is It ?
New York Prices
BROWN & LYON CO.
CORNER AlAKEA AND MERCHATN
' . 1 ' i ,' '
By E. s. GOODHUE,
When I look I lie cdltoishlp (if the
Hlveislde Dally KtitPrprlsp, It wim nu
ocnltiR pappi, owned by t!ii' Simla
becker llrntlipr. two ntrttlticli Demo
irals of Ihe olil Behind. Xeitlicr of
llipiu i (Mild wilte good Cngllsh Inr
llutrli either), and I he elder of (lie.
two who had H intilinllliiK lutcii'xt
In Dip paper, was u fault-finding, cl I -r.nintlcd
pessimist, uffllcted with
litouchlnl asthma, und iih cross nnil
lilsaRiceablp iih Mich percoiiB run bo
If lliey wnnl In WIiIIp Iip hnd no
m'Iikp of luttors wbnlevcr. l.o was
(iiilel; to scruru nil mntcilal ill (In to
tlie success of his pupvr, und It hnd
11 Kood ilri'iilatlon.
Km nk Trnry, n nephew of (ipnernl
Trnev, who later bpe-uiip a iiipiiiIiui
of thp President's r.ihlnei. was elty
editor; V. V. Wilson In his ouiiroi
dns mi associate of Hob Itillilcltc
(now Itoborl .1. Ilurtlettc. t). I), of
I.im Aimeles), on (he Itiirllnctrn
"llnwkiije," copied (ho lifts nf aftc
tii'on arrivals und sklrmlslipil uliout
for oilier Kpoelnl Items; whllu Mar
shall (known In Hawaii I'lter us
"Volcnuo Marshall) if polled an nc
The llally Plow Has owned nni'
eillled by (Iip Holts, henry with
newspaper epe lenie; .lumps II. Hoc.
now dead, edited mill owtiod'vtho
IMm llaiiiiimrtiii- had not nrrlvod
with his ' Itellex,' nor hud any ninR
n.liicH then appeared In.tliu town.
TIiIiirh went on merrily In omif
lire. Wp had culls from lotnl "re.
lebiltlcs." goi (.onipllmputnry ticked
lo all the hIhiwm nnd Irp-ercnin fusil
Mils, iiinl. In kciipiiiI, diow us much
happiness nut of life us our snlurliM
Marshall, whine pep never tost III
iiitinltin. i.illed hiniK' If "The Hired
Mill" lip went about 111 u I'tlure
Chalmers-Detroit 40 Runabout
ALL CARS THAT WE HANDLE came in FIRST or
The Pasadena Hill is 1 4-10 Miles
with 11 per cent. Grade
- --- - killBPKfiJHPl t laiaf ii v
C ' xSf
ii . i- a
.. ., ji-.r.' at A.ijbKuUk
M. D., Holualoa
Allien not by an menus new, mid
woic it sltuuh lint, his Ioiik liulr
forming u nut of 'llavploek." Call
fnrnl.ttis, who have, u larRp sente of
humor did not mind .MaiKhall's ont
IioiiiIiiks, literary tirades, and somo
tltups tvrrlhlp tleiiunclatlons, when ho
would lake bold of a citizen's ihar
i etcr. Mi k It up In thu air, -dust It
out between his teeth, tlniiw It up
iiRnln over his head, Ip:uIiib not III n K
hut a rag; ever body understood 1liut
It was only 0110 of Marshall's literary
ficii7.ps n wordy convulsion, cty
iniiloKloal epilepsy, which Marshall
look no more seriously than his
leaders did. Kor, on flip "Inside,"
he was u kindly, kciicioub, charitable
splilt, bis own win at enemy, nnd If,
when he camp to Hawaii, theic hnd
In on perrons to iindcriland him ns
nu did. lie would haw roup to n until.
tn 1 1 mil Instead of to thp penitentiary,
li.r there, was nothing cilmlnal iihoul
hlni. lly the ovcr-iiso of things
which do not hint people If taken in
moderation, ho had dislocated his
tcmc of ethical perspective; thnt was
all. Volcano Marshall wilt be In
lleiiM'ii v.nltltm for those who put
Mm In jail.
Things wont along well until el co
lli iih cvne. wlien tfltiilubccker 8r.
would r"! ntcltril nnd' act ns If ho
icatly licllevcil thnt theip was any
kill link- dlffpipiifp betwen I tin prln
lpl'i of thp Democratic party and
Ihcae c.f the Kopuhllcun.
One day I had a pretl: forcible ar
ticle, or editorial, In defense of one nf
our clli'.piiH who hn'd been attacked
by a lliiuor oikiiii. publlstipil for spe
clllc itiip(i-f"i. Hliidnbucl.pr didn't
like It at all: he stamped in omul the
Vlllre. I'l.ivml en bis nsthmntlc. nlnps.
jU-ttlni; out mi oce'islonnl o.ith which
be leatupil In Indiana, but he didn't
rfj., Vt k Iwvw hlHf.4.1'..
. . !u.
hcconip pciKiiii.il. The citizen In
(liicstlon had been mi opponent of
Studahccker's niid.was a Ilppubllcau.
Tlio next thing which displeased my
Democratic editor was an pdlt'irlal
which let a few air-holes through n
mitriloiis article on Mr. Kieicst, a
(Itlzcn of icspcctahlllty. Mr. IIer
c3t was at one lime closely louncted
Willi Mr. Rockefeller In his Itnchea
tpr, X. V., inlcrpsls. After thp paper
en me out Stlidnbeeker always up
peared In the ofllcp. laid his calm on
Hip desk, nnd. ipsHiir tiip heels of
his big shoes on thp lty editor's tn
bio. lead eevry wind In his paper. Ills
face dlil not change during the
whole ptocoss. hut when lie was
through Ills mood would hpglu lo
tun Into his countenance, leaving It
palp or Hushed, as the case might he.
He and Mr. Interest were pnpuiles,
and when ho saw my defense of tlio
ninn, he turned to nip with suppicss
"1 wonder when I'll h.ic a sny-so
In my own paper?"
"When joii write for It, probablv,"
I answered, quietly; "oprbody will
know yours by the spelling."
This was rather saucy, 1 must con
fess, hut we had all learned that Mr.
Sttidabpeker was one of those men
who hnve absolutely no sense of fair
ness, but Iip did havp resppct for a
Tighter, and If )ou rpalsted him for
cibly. Iip disappeared.
"Well." lip said, much more ami
ably, "I don't lll.e that man, and 1
icrknii ion better say no more nbout
Mm In my paper."
"All light," I iinswpred. "It'j nolli
liig to me, only a matter of justice
lip was lied aboiil. and Iipciiusp he's
lleh is no leasou why ho should be
"Xewspapers Is thp ppnnpnts of
tlie public. ou know. We cau'l be
persouiil. A man who is the enemy
of the public, ot'ghl to ho condemn
ed." "Mr. Studiihctker," I mid, "I've
hern few perfi el iiipii, mid 'a ni'vpr
(onip iilioss any totally bad, cither.
I Hud Hint if you imp not loo In.v or
too pipjuillcpil to get their point of
A Fair Priced Kar of Demonstrated High Quality
The KISSEL CAR is the best plantation car on the. market
Our New Franklin is a Beauty
. AiiA . v A.
view, (iu will liud It pxiduiiis iicaily
cveiy bo-ealled wickedness I'm not
dnlng the lolu of Judge If ou
want to epwerlzo this town, wm bet
tpr engage Maishall to do our writ
ing." "I don't -co any reason to chanrp."
(ontlnupil Studabecl.or; "ou're milt
ing iiio, but I wauled lo gle win a
lilt of advice. Marshall's no good at
all for this Mirt of woik."
Tlio fait was, ns Studnlipckei knew
very well, Marhlinll had so itpstrii)iil
his effertlveness by thn use of lller
ni; pxrotpehiilrs In his nlluslon lo
no mill tor whnt, his mtlplps onlv pro.
Mikpd n lnugli. "With MarslniM. It's
so inucli a yard, Hie nnd Inlniytouc
thrown In," nws thu comnioa expres
sion. Some months after this. Studnhpc-ki-r
told inp ho wanted a Ipader"
on .1. (1. .North. Mr. Xortli was a
piomlnoiit i t Iron, it nwer, not onh
of 1111 1 1 1 v but of character. He was
a Republican and didn't "affiliate"
with tlio Studiibpcker crowd I was
given "ilaln" for the -at tide, und
Btiiitnbeckci- told mo to ' fix It up '
for Wednesdii' Issuo. lie lookpd up
on writing as a noit of mocbanli.il
process not at nil dependent on icre
brntlon. I said nothing.
Wednesday afternoon Hie old Dem
ocrat opened up Ills piper with nil
anticipatory smile, lead it through,
then folded It up and put It in his
pocket. TIipiu was nothing la it
iihoul Mr. Xoith. l"hursdn mid Til
day the sump thing whs ipneatpd
with a similar icsult. Bniii.diiy,
when Mr. Bludnlippker did nrl find
Ms nrtlclp In tlio paper, lip tinned m
nip and usked very abinptl:
"Thought I told joii to wiltp thai
nitlclp on Xorth!"
"Yps," I nnswerpd, "you did."
"Well?" Iip lesunied with nu Im
"I didn't," as sweetly its I iimlil
TIip old Democint s-ilil nothing, so
I lontluiled, "You said th.it the
npwspuppis are ihe oxponcnts of
public opinion: thnt wp iiin't !-
iprsotinl. w ro followed our nil
Iip Aiconlliu; to public opinion,
the Two Main
Hrho TTioeol T?rnrlc-l-QV
.,. ., .ti.-v 'r-VH, Me.v.1-...
Mi Xoith Is one of our best till
Zens, mill We'll hap (o sl'iud Ii) tliPf
"Just Ihe sumo I hire my editor to
s.n my sa when It's necessitr), and
II hp don t, I can gp( nomeone who
will. Rtudnlipi Iipi shoved off with
thai reuinik. stn)lug long enough to
get tuj niiswer:
' Yes, lr,' rpplled, that's oui
pih liege; (he sooupr you avail )our
ipir or ll, ihe bpltor for me. All ip
Mondnv. ns I sut In the lanctiiiu of
the Kiho, I saw Btudnbecker sliuf
tllag over tn his oillre.
Kdllor II ii 1 1 il lir Tlio flrst-r.Hi'
teacher (ns ion well know- is a Cery
vnlii.ilik- pfiiumoillli in .an) conimuu
lly, calling by her export work for (ho
hlgliesl rpiiiunernllon: In fuct. sho or
he can hardly tip pild too much. Nov
does It mutter which gradp or what
school wheru thnt work of ovcelleiice
is orrlpd on! It Is thp quality of till-
tb..i tb'it pommands nnd demands, a J
full -t: ; fair pqulnV:'t. "I am glv-;
I'rt .-'ii thu b.-sl: hi.i giM to me tit
I t " Tint, exrry 1 1 lie teucbor lias,
n rluht to n to a Hoard of lMucatliiu.
And It Is the samp with oxery work In -
llfn! We Piniiot oxpecl wmielhlng
ig'.orli for nothing. 1 pvny teacher
ht I- due (o them In thflr training
and their menial rillbp". There nro
ttnihors n'ld teachers, howover! And
one or Hip fl.H-u mi" be foimil In th'
Prlmsrj or roiiul In the lllg.i. K.icl.
The "grndo" docs not ciritrul or uinlte
braliiM lor (lint in ili.-r. I
AXNi: Al I'lllSSCOTT.
Mai th 25.
is - (
Allpr preparations li.nl boeii nnde lo'
put W'ultcr ZpIUt, 18 sears old. lo
deulh In thp pled lie tluilr nt Trputon,
X. .1., IiH nltoriHV nolllliid tlie stain
prison aulhorlili u tint ho Ii id oblilned
a sljy or exeeiitloii. Keller was cm
letc! or killing his gnuilfiilh-r.
Singer lie (i ig irzn wile s-iys Iip
IriH n'viidiiiicd iter foi KnniM I:, lines
.In Ice III iii t'liv Hues dues In Her
keh v ullir two M.llh' 1 1 tin us
V "-.. ,
.rf- ... JcAl.,''.tX.Vh A llijfr'f lipi U
Correspof.denl Points To
Sun ry Fu ts Of
EUMlNAllU tV CHAXQE
Wlict He Sccl Is Contained in Bill
Passed By Senate and Now
in the House of Rep-
Minn i:t pulni! II ii 1 1 pt I n -Much
has In en said of late In join
estppuied p-iper In favor of t!i" pro
poireil iiniendmpnts to thp liquor law
You must eoiippile. however, that dur
ing the lust campaign the Hepiiblcan
paru (an! m stionglj siipiiortpd'thu
pint for in ini I ticket I coa Idercil (lis
mat lor as M-ltlcd l r am.ther two
yonis" tit 1 1. The l rnnuMd B'IIpi' Inn
giving ih' light of appeal to tho
Courts. Is rertlnly a iiilicsl Liiaugc
even ir -i nst one nnd clcnrlv ngilnsi
the p.i lv I'ltfiirni Hnwvvir. th
right oi itppeul is not b nm mean
the wirM f".ilure of Hip I iw. ll !ll
pot he of g'ell liellefll III the liquor ll!v
leiels and will inure iinnpppsMir
ileh'y and expense In thp eiifcuo-nieut
of Ihe law, when no I.hw point! Die In
volvpil. It Is thnm Mm up to the
Courts to di chip qiiistlims that were
lutetiilvd by (he Miilule to hp mot by
the Iloard of License Coiiinilr,slunerj.
It o-opcns tho whole fiicitioti.
The worst fuitinv of the law us nt
pi'Pteiil on die books, is the prMlugu
UUlllteil tu lesl iilianti and boleU lo
rll llipior on Su.nl is at all hours
jyfc.r a SUA '; , IM M
Kissel Kar has proved to be the
best hill climber on the Islands
Franklin Touring Car, Model D
'without meiit. I do not bcllcw- it
1 1 as i i i, i ntlon or tho Ia ;isli'liire
! i wo 1 1 art i . i to j! -nu that right, hut
'tlie l.lceii-c r iLiulKxIcnrm m loiireib'
H nnd It is done Kor tho first tliuo
In the history of ihe Hawaiian Islands,
I us fur nsthe ipco'It: m of the writer
! i.')es. saloons are pennltted to dlspcnsu
' iiiinxipitlng drill (i m Miudi; I saj
aloons In cause Kheic no tncals aio
I i.i ru'il Willi tin- d 'inks H Is fsr-l' tclicd
to rail tlipni citing hi'tiiK. The priv
ilege of dii pi mlng drinks with meals
oily was o-lud fo.. an) now wi hue
tjliudny sul in. Till .t mot i I (ho
.i:iie In (lie I'ii.. .i . i.i i.'na out,
tm I irn ol them im !'.; I do
not hcl"Ve 'he .oi!i i Ii Tlio
1 iv. rlioul I be .in. i n ,i-l t i jM-rnitt
- i ikii cnl with m-'a u h ri . , and
limit tho hours t i s i d'.-mg meal
t.ie. . 1'i'oni Mji m. ; i J p m ami
from fi p. in. to p n Win go far
ther. I.et the nntl-lliiiior memb n of
(he leglslutiirc propone and lusisi on
hipIi mi amendment to the prese h law.
IThp lliiiletln disagree with Its
ortesi"'iidpnt thit In grntlii ilip
privilege of npieal Ihe piopopil
Htneiiilnient of the liquor law rrnpeiis
the whole question Thp pracllcil ef
leu will lie to nuke arbitrary liquor
ccrtuntlrslon.rs more careful In the ox
fcrclso of their power, l.'qu ir mipii
.Will certainly not reek the expou p of
a colirt appeal or make a long con
tinued fight In i'ie points If tin.- are
given the tcmblaucr of Justice In the
! IJosrd of l.lqimr (' mmlssloners Th
can't uffoid It. IMibllp opliibui would
1 hot si low ii.
As the II ii 1 1 e i I n understand" tho
bill now before Ihe House and ren-iily
passed l the Ken tte It rirnets ilio
1 seiy evil of which our cor,i.'Ssiuili,nt
;(omplnlus. IWIuir llullelln I
i - -
I Hiiu uuirii, iiuee mriner oi i.ocsv
I lltildw-lu. burled In desert at Hill
I Cnptulif Kilwnul I) .In Id. Clll W.u
veternn mi I Aliinn tin reM estuti Ie ti
er, dies fii'in paralysis.
Han ,lne society mall J illed on
charge of uitackliig toting girl.
40 Touring Car