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THREE DAYS AND THE BURO-
1AR IS CAUGHT 1
o, . , " , . , T . .
Someonc take that burglar nnj Iw-
troduce him to Jnck.
.... "T ".. ... , i Advertising Is vital to your bust-
Who .re the associates of Mr WnllinCss great or ,mali R makc8 ,
.. .... ,,uu.. ,.,,, 1llals Ule
Don't let ,or confidence In Hono-
ii .,.!. ... .... ... .....
to grow.-'-iru'gr;;. ,g- now "
Whv i ii ihm , n,i mii ..rf ......
10 save tho forMt nn.l th.n i.nr.
I'ic the forest to sae the deer?
If V. SI. Hatch is to return to I if
nll.,thn lint iiinm fnr M... i. nn u,'cal government over to tho Counties.
tiutiromn llenrh if im u-m ,..,. i
- - - -
How can Hawaii nffnrri in . cl..
sidles when It larks the price to Blip-1
pori manual training In Its public
Invest vn..r mnnn.. in iri..i i
Hawaii, especially If jour present in-
vesting power Is the result of Ha-
House insurgents are easily con-
trolled. The real tariff fight will bo
seen when tho Senate insurgents got
Mum ui inc uui.
Our friends the Sugar Trust np
pcar to be making up some of tho
nnes tho Government lost In
Standard Oil case.
..Twenty men constitute tho Imml-
da), have passed, the number will bo
When. iino. jinwnTTTTTT i.. n.. i
ested In us or L, he s m" y ecog-
nlze that this place is on earth
ut Calhoun's desire for speedy
justice is expressed in the record of
ten Jurors In twelve weeks. They'll
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r""""'j 'iu mo vhtuici ncxi year. oi . ....
' I sx week,, B wo ,0,R,t three
Something seems to be scattering "ttlc ,,,RB for ,8-5"' Rni1 we uro
abroad the impression that Society feedlnR thcnl- Tnc" aro good enough
will play a considerable part in tho ,nmv for tIl5 '""' bul wo are not go
history of the country as shaped from lnB l0 ,t"1 ,hp.n' now' Wo W,M kl"
the White House. I tIlcni on ,l10 loilnn day In June.
I Wo want to have a blc luau on thnt
Tho gentleman from the Philip
pines who went before the Houso of
Iffrirfannrn Htr.&. ,.t..n.n ns.su i
-.-.......-... . ,,,, ro innu
iree iraae need expect no Invitation
to call at the Whlto House.
Legislators would know more
about tho ndvantaces of mnnnnl train
Ing If they would take the trouble to
mane a lair Investigation of what Is
Being and ought to be done
Kindly eliminate unlit Im I mnnin,
business from tho Primary law. Tho
Republican pledge on the subject has
been onco postponed, and now tho
promise has been given in the nnmo
of both parties.
There Js nothing to Indlcato thdt
the stock-trading Is anything more
than ni; Investors' market. This
town has been asleep to Its prospects
for a year or moro and Is not yet
fully waked up.
Dr. Wilcox told the Chambor of
commerco somo very important
truths. Tho coopcratlvo scheme
should bo supplemented by a movo
raoht on tho part of our financiers to
back the small agriculturalist of to
day as enthusiastically as tho sugar
industry has been supported in tho
It is an Insult to the intelligence
,of Hawaii to assume that tho offices
of bacteriologist and food commis
sioner will bo permanently elimina
ted from the appropriation bill, Tho
charitable way of vlowlng tho action
of 1ho House Is that tho loaders did
not attempt to gain nil tho sonslb)o
points at ono time. Tho Seimto
should put theso appropriations ln
the bill and retain them through tho
Mr. Roosevelt has incessantly re
minded the newspaper reporters that
no is notlilng but n private cltlren
nnd mitst ha lrp.atf.fl nrpnrdltiarlv lint
i.WhaRw!ll. ho say when-the King of
Fct SU Mtntna .Bo
ttr Vnt, nrhM la V 8 .oo
Pi Yeir, iairwbett Ui Cndt ., .o
PrYt pottld, lotno a.oo
fcottred at lb Pontoftc t lUiiolnlu
M ircond-cltu rutittr.
APRIL 3. 1009
Italy rocs lo meet him? Emmanuel
doesn't Invite the average run of clt-
Ilcn Americans on board his wnr-
. ' ,
buylng-nubllc think of jou. and ..n
1ms jou get It to do this, your pros-
I!"1 f ? T'' 8,nrt ,lh?
"lonth right whether on a modest
VtoT "'"n 1
I means by having tho E v e n I n g
u 1 1 c 1 1 n direct tho
Inlnd ln our direction.
I , "
The House has set the mark
turning the natural fi.nrll.mB nf in.
Don't delay tho prORrcss of events bv
J reverting to that old fako about not
being ablo to legally do such a thing
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A LITTLE CHILD SHOULD LEAD
' l0 lll0SC wl8 " who claim that
i,w,p. ,,C.?I0?U ?ol'cnch ,ho
hBb,,u10' Industry, and that money
for '"dustrlal training Is wasted, wo
commend the following letter, ro-
S!'Ved. I?" mr?'DB ?. PUP" C
"0 f "le C0UDlry schools t'n 0ahu:
' Walmanalo School, Oahu,
Adi-11 2. 1909
To tho Editor of tho Evening
I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. H.
IJPnr Hir;ir ItIVH mn .lnna,.n
i to write to you and to let you know
how WO arc CCttlnir on with nnr
i wonilcr ,f J0U stllI rcmcmbcr
-bout tho tomatoes tha I toyou
,hat Wo were planting? They grew
,0 well thal th'ey bore large, beautf
ful '""nat0"" which wc sold to tho
We got U.20
'To 'v EMf'rbw,'r m "r l0"
7' QUUe ??nhtt f PC
pe dnwn hjro nr() ra,)ng tomatOCB,
Jfji r blnaaM and potatocs wo
K' ."" f.0' ou B,c,; rwo ot
?r0min,hlnClUd1ln?, 0"r "r5? prlze
.from tho agrlculturiil contest.
(day so that our parents and friends
will have a line time with us.
Our school-room Is Just like a well-
.. . - , - - - -
. ' v " "m uul ,uru " """ BBr"
dcn' WJ arc giving plants nnd seeds
io iniree wno wani to ueautlly tholr
With best wishes to you,
Men In tho Legislature and out of
It aro striking at the children when
they strike out the appropriation for
manual training In thn nnhlir.
If they havo the good sense to see
tho error of their way and chango
their tactics, It would not bo tho first
time that men havo been proud to
say that a llttln child has led them.
No more notablo ceremony has oc
curred in tho Masonic history of tho
century than tbatat which Presldont
Taft was made n Mason "at sight,"
It attracted attention not only among
tho million and moro Masons of
America, but In ovory lnnd throuch-
out tho world whero Masons nro to
Although tho term "nt uli-ht"
would Indicate that tho honors wro
conferred Instantaneously. It will bo
seen from the very excellent account
published In this Issue that tho Prcs.
Idcnt followed In tho lmthwnv nil
Masons havo trod, but under u spe
cial and oxtraordlnary dispensation
did it moro quickly than Is usual. It
Is a high distinction and only onco
has It been conferred upon a man In
tho grand Jurisdiction of Ohio during
the past century.
The earlier Ohio Presidents Oar.
field and McKlnley, wero both mem-
oors or thn groat order of which
President Taft is now a member. Mr..
Klnlcy being initiated Into the three
symbolic degrees wlillo an officer nt
the front during the Civil War, nnd
, EVENING ntJIXETlN, HONOLULU, .T. II. SATURDAY,
FEW YEARS AGO
was able t J save
"1), went to a leaiinfr builnew man and asked him to
advise her how to invwt her small surplus. He told her
to buy Ewa stock. Shi purchased a few shares, and then
every time she got a little money ahead she bought more.
Now she has fifty shares; they cost her onJh average
$20.00 a share, making a total investment of ?1,--oO.OO.
She has paid no attention to fluctuations in
market prices of stooks; she did not buy for speculation,
but for investment, an! now her monthly .income from her
Ewa shares is $10.00 or $120.00 a jear. That is
9.0 per cent, on her investment. This is not intended as
advice: it is simply a little bit of history. But if you' wish
to discuss the question of stocks and bonds, or investments
of any kind, it is our business to serve you. Command us.
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.
j Member Honolulu Stock & Bond Exchange.
i BmaBKBaem-iu.L !
In later years taking nil tho so-called
higher degrees of the ordor.
Ex-Prcsldcnt Roosevelt, long be
fore ho went to the Wlillo House, wns
Initiated In tho regular way by his
home lodge at Oyster Hay, Ldng Isl
and, and has expressed a dcslro to
become a member of tho other bodies
beyond the Dluo Lodge.
Slany of tho Presidents have be"cn
members of tho Masonic order, be
ginning with Gcorgo Washington,
who wns tho most distinguished Ma
son of his time nnd who was for
cars grand master of Virginia. Ho
received his decrees in 17G3. nn.l
upon tho celebration of the lGQth
anniversary of that occasion by tho
lodge at Krcderlc ksbunr. Va.. tho
.chief address was delivered bjr Presl-
dent Hootcvelt. Most of Washing-
ton's closest associates during tho
Revolution and the years following
It W..r. nf fits It.rt.k.HH In I. .. ..!. ..!
.., ..v.u y. ... u.v. ...,.-,. ... w.u u.uci
Lafayette, Jefferson, Franklin, Lee,
Morris, Bulllvnn, Randolph, and such
Revolutionary leaders In Massachu
setts as Hancock, Otis, Paul Revere,
and General Warren
" ""..misiun prcsiueu ui mo
Mneonlc ceremonies at tho lavlne of
ho cornerstone of tho National Cap-
llol In 179.1 ho wore an apron pre-
scnted him by Lnfayctte. which Is
still preserved. Another grnnd mns -
tcr to follow-Washington In t.tLmni i-i i ..... . .-
Whlto Houso was Andrew Jackson,
wno nnd earlier served nn cran.t mnn.
- .-.-- .. , IICUI, Ki,vu uy mo memoers. anil,
ter of Tennessee and who was eleety in ,he lonB run( tho coopcratlv0 pc0.
ed to tho Presidency In that mem-l0 won out( and reccVcd a bcltor
w u. ,,er,uu wiien mo oilier anil
blind opponents of Masonry had sue
cceueu in drugging It Into politics.
Tn n riinnlnrr flMi Ktitnnn ,uin
lives and Italian thtoVca In Now Or-
leans ono of tho thieves was killed and '! - - , ' 5? ,
another fatally wounded. Tv.o other ! "'' flJl t 1,and,Cd thC'r
men alleged to bo Imnllcalod f H,...0W' nce,ccs' Tho consequence wns
robbery worn enntnmri
Alapall Street $25.
Ktplolanl St. (For Adults Only)
Cor. Plikol and Wilder Avo
Two bargains In MANOA VALLEY
EIGHT LOTS AT ITJUMUKI
A Good Duyl
COB. FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
MIXEB OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
a malihini school teacher who
a few dollars out of her salary
fshe was eniraced In a tiring
Plenty of Chance For
Doctor E. V. Wilcox delivered a
tnnat ln(Ahllu .1.1 . ..
atlcrnoon boforo a BatIjcr,nB or rcp.
'-,,.,. ii... .. ... .... ..
, diversified ngrlculture. Tho Doctor
innv fnr 1,1. iim. rnnn.,.ii... n...
kctlnir." nn.l hi. lertnr i,n.n,i n,n
deep interest ho takes in farm prod-
,ucis of all kinds
"Thcro aro nlcntv nf nnnnrlnnlllrn
for diverse farming in theso Islands,
and what Is wanted Is a coopcratlvo
association which will attend to tho
grndlng nnd marking of various form
products. On tho mainland tho
.tnn.i .i i... .... .......
has been or tho greatest benefit to
them. These men had to fight the
h.. n-ni T....t -.i ..n .i.... .....
i it. ton. Kvon thn mnnr.iinn
iinn nn.i ,(.... . t,..n. ....
-".., ...... .uov. )U IIU11U1U WIU
.!.. .... ... . .
prco fr ther ,, And ,h(J con
stimer hVfl'not to pay moro for his
loaf, cither: It was the middleman
"Tho samo thing occurred with
lnal n "rst-class woolen suit would
be mndo up by them nnd sold for
about $14; tho same suit would at
least cost J3G or 140 In New York.
And oven at tho low price of 114 tho
cooperative concern was ablo to show
a prom or 30 per cent.
"In this country there nro several
different kinds of crops and fruits
which nro not worked up ns thoy
should be. llannnns, alligator pears,
israpofrult, cotton, rubber, coffee, etc.
snouid Do better known on tho
mainland than they arc that Is, tho
Hawaiian variety. What Is wanted
Is a man In every center on tho malnl
lann wno would bo In tho employ of
tho Hawaiian Coopcratlvo Associa
tion, and Who would bn ablo tn rlvn
nil Information regarding Hawaiian
proaucts. 'mere ore millions of cof
fco dealers ln tho United Stntes who
hnvo never heard of tho Hawaiian
"Another thing Is that nil tho pro
ducts that aro shlmirj' from theso
Islands should bo marked 'Hawaii.'
Tho grading should bo uniform, and
or tno best; ono or two Inferior shin-
ments could spoil tho market for a
long tlmo. Lot nil tho producers got
together and draw up a cast-Iron
agreement to market only a first-
Both long and Short' Effects.
Prices $4.50 to $8 each
AIntL 3, 1909.
class pack. Tho foundation of n bus
iness mint bo good, and tho quality
kept up for nil the time. The stand
ard must bo the same, nn.l It Is just
here thnt tho association would bo
of tho greatest benefit. All com
plaints would como hnck to tlm as
sociation, and tho individual packer
could then bo dealt with."
Mr. Hlgglns made a few remnrks
about the plncapplo Industry, and
gave somo Interesting figures. Ho
stated that fresh pines could bo de
livered In Chlcltco for Slifi nor Inn.
The average selling .price thcro Ij
$100, nnd this showed n good profit
for tho grower. Ono shipment that
Mr. Hlgglns accompanied brought
$1GG per ton, but that was excep
tional; tho Florida crop was pan, and
consequently pines were scarce."
Mr. Morgan suggested that n com
mittee of flvo bo appointed to consid
er tho mntter of forming the cooper
ative association, and UiIb Idea will
bo carried out. Mr. Morgnn Raid ho
waB much In favor of tho movement,
and thnt ho would help It nil In his
Rey. Chas. F. Dole Gave
Pleasln? Address On
Tho third annual dinner and busi
ness meeting of tho Harvard Club 'of
Hawaii was held at tho University
Club on lYIdny evening, April 2.
Owing to tho absonco from tho Terri
tory of n number of tho members of
tho Club, and to tho Inclement Wea
ther, tho altcndanco wns small, but
til oso who did como had n r.irn Intnl.
lectual treat In listening Jo tho schol
arly address of Rov. Charles P. Dolo
of Roston on tho "Purnoses nf IM...
Llko nil Mr. Dole's hdppH.ph. thin
address was characterized by breadth
of vision nnd nbsolutc lucidity of ex
pression. Mr. Dole showed thnt In
the true senso education should bring
to a man the clcmentn nf n.mn.
mlndedness, modesty, good temper,
moral courago, generosity, nnd public
spirit; that having theso tho truly
educated man could not but build up
a philosophy of llfo that should holp
him to feel that he had u genuine
part to play In tho great scheme of
flio universe. All tho crcat lon.lpm
of tho world, the men who hnvo dono
tho ablest work In business. In sci
ence. In any profession, hnvo had tho
faith that they were working In har
mony with tho great lines of progress
because they have tindorntnn,l nn.l
rightly appreciated tho great values
of life. Tho true object of educa
tion Is to bring homo to men n com
pelling sense of theso under!) ing
In tho absence of the president nf
tho Club, Hon. S. M. Ilallou, Mr. Pcr
ley L. Homo presided. Mr. A. I,.
Castlo was elected president of tho
Ulub for tho ensuing year. Mr. Itnlnh
S. Hosmcr wns re-elected as soem-
tary-trcasurer. Messrs. D. L. Wlth
Ington, V. D. Lowrcy, nnd Harold 0.
Dllllnghnm wero elected to servo
with tho two officers of tho club. n
an executho committee.
Tho following men wero nrcscnt
at tho dinner: Messis. W. W. Ilru-
ncr. Dr. Herman liabson. o. A. Da
vis, Dr. Charles I'. Dole, J. D. Dole,
Dr. N. II. Emerson, Trnnk T. Dllllne-
hnm, A. P. arlmihs, Pcrley L. Horno.
It. S. Hosmcr. Hon. E. A. Knudsen.
P. D. Lowroy. 8. M. Lowrov. Allmi
Lowrcy, D. h, WIthlngton, and II.
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