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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, APIIIL 12, 1003.
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Wallace R. Pnrrlnjjton, - Editor
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What the "reform" forces of Ho- more dimcult the selfish control of
nolulu need is more straightforward, l'arty machinery
common-honesty politics, and less of "Thlrd-l)ecnuso lu this way tho
the Jesuitical system of the end jus- entlmcnt of tho party la directly ox
tifying the means. Attempted rule lrcscd and Is not left to bo Interne
by prejudice, spite, and coercion nl-,1"" by thoso who will Ignoro It, so
wajs fails in the long run. Fair play ( ,ar as the "arc, In order to achieve
nnd common honesty are equally c:r- tllelr own personal ends.
tain of success.
Trust tho Senate Plnanco Commit-
tro to put the tariff high enough to
l-'he the countr) nil the revemta
Harper's Wcekl) now professes to
bellino In it it Income tax, but stremi
onslj opposes the Inlierl tnticc lax
Idea. If the Income tnx had ben
)iropocil by tho President, HarpT's
would hae opposed that nnd posed
ns tin Inhcrltunco tnx supporter. Tho
implications over wuicu .Morgan anti
Ilnnej preside hnc never failed o
oppose tile proper taxation of wealth
The tide of prospcrlts Is rolling In.
On Its bosom nie the opporttinltlcs, i 10 d,rcct rlmnry tnnt do not ,,.
to Invigorate trnde. Do vou wish tho ,,,,, wlth cnunl forco ln tIl0 Territory
pcoplo to know that ou have jour.,,; 1 1 n v a 1 1 ?
lines out itittl jour nets set. or are ou Aml een f tncJ ,lo not fld CXIlct
Hitting on a log and waiting for the application under all conditions ln
pcoplo to discover that jou nro icnlly this Territory can thero bo found any
nnd trttl) lu business' Don't ou legltlmato cause for a Legislature dc
leally think that ns a home-paper , featlnK n direct-primary law when
tho i: v e n I n g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n could cry one ot tne jtei,ubllcan and Dem
help jou to discover jourtelf bj dls- otratic members was elected on a
covering 5 our establishment and its plalform declaring for the direct prl
FmirATinW'Q FAII1IRFS AMI! nilP't" discredit partisan government In
buuuuiiunu ijuluiiuu mm uuit,thl8 Termors ?
Kalamazoo, Mich., March 20.
Until n better theorj can he ad
vanced It will bo held that John
Dulght Gorhnm, one of the rich"
"est inefTln this part "of Michigan,""
who has been t.tKen to an us) Hint
for the Insane, lost his reason
through nn overindulgence In
Uorham, who lives at Marshall,
rcccutli began eating several
pounds of beefsteak dally. Ho lino
bt.cn known to cat nearli twenty
pounds of steak ln u day Ho It
a graduate of Harvard Univer
sity, nnd was nt one time a mem
ber of Harvard's rowing crow.
No other cause than too much
rocat-catlng can bo assigned for
his present condition.
1 his Item rocardini: tho fnto of n
'Vin.ui educated ut Harvaid Unlvcislty
is rc8H.Ufull tailed to the attention
of tho members of the I.oglshitura
who have voted against tho estnb-
llshmcnt of 11 savings bank at the
"McKluloy High School, nnd voted
'tlovvn tho appropriation for manual
t mining In tho public schools.
Tho arguments used ngalnst tho
fcihool savings bank nnd manual
training nro that tho public schools
liuvo turned out somo no'er-do-wells
who appear to havo learned nellltcr
linbltH of industry nor unv thing else,
TIinitHPOItK, tho present and fu
turo pupils ot these schools should bo
refused tho prlvllcgo of manual train
ing nnd tho experience of learning
tho method of banking while In
school, also habits ot thrift
rollavvlng tho saino line of argu
ment. Harvard Unlversltv .should
either bo abolished or given no fur -
thcr endowment, Indjustment is far from complete.
HIX'AUSi:, ono of Its graduates ( Ti,oy bellevo that thero muBt be dras-
nnd ono of Its noted nthletea hns tic liquidation In overy line of In-
gono crazy from eating- too niueli.dustir The cost of living Is still loo
THE CAUSE Of THE DIRECT
tate, aciompanlcd by n reduction In
Governor Hughes of Now York rentals. Until nil this has been ae
mado a speech In lluffnlo letcntl) ln compllshed there will bo no solid
which lie set forth tho reasons for foundation upon which to erect a
Ills belief in tho direct-primary noni- j sustained business rovlval."
lnatlnns Ills vlows nio epitomized liuslnesa also' wants penco ln other
ns follows: lines than the tariff. It Is tired ot
"Tho cfcseneo of direct nominations being shaken up particularly when
Is thut tho paity voters shall tlinin- tho shoo Is pinching, us It undoubt
selves select the candidates for public edly Is In all lines of Industry and
OfTIco bj dliect voto ut tho party nrl-( trade Tho l.os Angeles Times refers
nnrlis. I beliovo In that. I bellovo with deep regret to tho leports of cuts
In Its I In wages, Idle cars, and other start-
"1'lrst Uecauso tho part) voters ling reminders that all is not well
constitute tho paitj nnd nro entltlctl.lt expects an Improvement when tho
to solcct ItK candidates. Pujno tariff bill Is passed, "Hut thero
"Second Uecauso It makes much are other Influences deeper nnd hard-
Pet Sll Moulin A .no
Per Year, anywhere lu U S I.oo
Pel Year, anthereln Canada ., I. Ho
,Pfl postpaid, foreign. .,., 3,oo
Entered at the Postoffice at Honolulu
as ftrrotKl-cUt matter.
APRIL 12, 1909
'romth Uecauso tho candidate
will oo Ills nomination directly In
the tait otcrs and will feel n cor-
lesnondlng rcsjionslblllt and enjoy
a corresponding Independence.
' I'lfth llecause elected officers
will liao an opportunity to appeal
illrectl to their constituents nnd will
not be forced, as Is loo frequently the
case, to go contrary to their con
science in order to sao their polit-
sixth llccauso It will block up
gomc of the nCnues b) which sperlal
ilnU,rc8ls nniI thcr wn)1 to njmns.
truthe fnor and governmental con
Are tliern nnv nt tho rpnRnns flnv
.... iillci,e8 , i.p for hig fnlli,
Is there a determined move on foot
The cause of tho Direct Primary Is
tho cause of honest men!
BUSINESS WAITING FOR TARIFF.
The splendid party majority by
which tho Pa) no tariff bill pasced
tho House of Representatives Is ono
of tho evidences ot tho tremendous
pressure that Is being brought to bar
from all parts ot tho mainland for
Btnlilllty In business IJven the "In
surgents" came In lino for tho He
publican bill after the votes had b"Cn
taken on the amendments. Kvcu tha
Senate gives promUe of moving
As this tariff discussion progresses
the comment of the newspapers is
taking on n tona that shows how bus
iness lias failed to lecover front tho
panic of 1907. Hard times ate re
ality The following from the rtnau-
rial n-i!ivnf ilm N'nw York World
Is nn Instance In point:
"Wall Street has been wrong tot
over a ) ear as to the genernl business
conditions of tho country. It created.
n stock market boom last summer on
tho theory that business would re'
turn to the normal by January,. 1909
Speculators seem 'to Ignore tlu fact
that this prediction has not only not
been verified but th,ot greater stagna
Hon nnd demoralization exist In trado
circles now than wcro developed In
tho period Immediately following tho
panic. These operators arc now fry
ing to stnrt another upward mov.ert
ment on tho ground that after the
tariff hill hits been settled thero will
be nn Immediate return ot prosper
ity. While tho tariff naturally has a
restrictive Influence on business en
terprise there nro many other re
straining factors still nt work. Many
bankers think that the process ot re
high, prices of commodities aro still
Inflated, the ecale of wages must re
adjust Itself to the decreased earning
power of corporations and there must
bo a decline In tho prlco of rcnl rs-
Offered for Sale"
for one week, only, wo
are offering forsale.ia
home in College Hills,
at a low price, .The
property is near to en- '
trance of the Valley,.
Lotjs nearly onejicre,
in area. The house has
5 rooms, electrics lights,
gas and modern plumb
ing. Terms are easy.
FOR .RENT: Near to
the"centcr of town
'- modem sanitary plum-
. . bing large barn, ser
vant.' quarters, etc
s Place has just been
justJthe j?lacc for one
desiring to have a
number of roomers,
Trent-Trust Company, Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock & Bond Exchange.
cr to remove than this," Bays the
Times. "Undoubtedly legislation In
many States hostllo to business en
terprises has been grievously 19
blame for the less nctlve movement
ln tho various lines of business dur
ing tho last Joar and n half. Agita
tors may bo men ot huge brain nnd
endowed with wonderful genius; but
tho Blow, practical man will rcallzo
tho danger of hlttlng'lho man most
remote from the object aimed at. Ito-
Jirosslvo laws, unnecessarily severe,
unwisely conceived, and often spun
full enacted, may nlm at railroad
companies, steel corporations, and
bankers, but when wo get to tho bot
tom of the whole question It will ho
found now as It nlwajs has been
found In the past nnd always wilt ho
In tho future, that tho plain, Indus
trious people, who have only their
wages to llvo upon, suffer tho brunt
of tho trouble. It nlwnjs falls upon
them and they are the least ablo lo
bear It. There has not been one rail
road magnate, ono millionaire capi
talist, one, great, banker, or other
'captain of Iniltistrj' In tho United
States, who has smoked, oio cigar less
during all thes9 months of dcprcsi
Blon than he did before. No ono ot
them has gone wjthqui ,nn overcoat
during the uast winter, or will neces
sarily forego a spring suit ns the win
ter passes away. Hut thjo massos ot
(ho ,, pcoplo, living from hand to
moutl), have had no such prosperous
and -easy times for a )car and, more
past as they wore enjoying beforo the
With alt theso facts beforo them
and all Uwe-foroes-opsratlngstO'lh-
BEACH PROPERTY at, Kaalawai,''
having.a-frontage of 100 feetjoa
beacJt and 80,fe;t onDjaaiond
Head' Road. Oood Bathing and
BUILDjKtf LoVjn Maklitf District,
oil" high" ground," convenient to
BuiLDING SITES in' MapoiTvalley
1 and Kaimuki,
- .. f m W"l" ' '-"'j'l Ut-X
UNFURNISHED COTTAGE, Wildci
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OP SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
fluonce Jhelr action, ltls easy to un
derstand why Congress is hurrying
and Prcsldcql Toft is Btrlving to
iriake good as a man of peace.
V0QUE OF THE SASH
Soft Silk Gathered at the Ends' Is
.Much Used for Summer Frocks
Xllrdlcs and sashes niny be worn
with skirts finished nt tho regulation
or high waistline, and nro equally
sultnble for both. Tho girdles nrd
mado,ln tho same way as ono would
make regular crushed beltsj thq
Bides are boned to hold then; In po
sition at tho waist. The first pne Is
Illustrated .as being knotted at tho
left sido of the front, n little below
tho hip depth. However, the open
lug Ja at tho back, tho narrow saBh
ends 10M9W tho girdle for n short
space, and then slope down pver tho
hips to a loose knot, or possibly n
coutacho ornament at the side front;
from here the ends hnng free, or,. It
desired, tJie Bash may be tjeu to snow
a loop with tho knot. If tho lower
cdges.nro left plain, tho sash might,
be knotted within a few Inches of tho
bottom. ui ic.
- Other sashes arc finished to. fall
rom tho waistline, either- at tho
back, or sldo JTont; tueso pieces, arc
often quite- wide, and are attached
to the Klrdle beneath n bucklo or.
other ornnmeat, A how Is often used
for this purpose. Tho ends may bo
cut cither straight, across or on tho
bins, at nlid bottom, and bo finished
with a deep fringe, usually In mqtch
cd coloK Many of tho wide snshos
aro gathered In at tho bottom, nnd
havo ornaments attached with tho
appearance of tassels. They are
made from narrow bands a few Inch
Is long of tho saBh material, with
tho ends folded over to form small
pads. These could easily be replaced
by pieces of braid with a loop at tho
bottom of each.
An soft silk Is sultnblo for theso
sashes; generally n mossallno Bilk or
sntln or crouo meteor Is used. Al
though many nro seen of crcpo do
chlno to be worn with 'dresses of that
materhl; they arc often mado from
W ide rlbboni clt'ier flowered or plain,
nnd finished with heavy silk fringe
at tha ends, Qr designs may bo
braided upon thcpi with soutatho;
mticp. blacky Is used on colors, llor
dercd goodat might bo used with tho
border edge nt, the Bash ends, A
large variety of ornaments arq seen
In the shops,. which could be used to
flnlBh tho sash. Tho April Delinea
tor. . , r
Little Lester, wao tnlug to fix a
broken toy wlrcn Bjyear-old llcatrlco
camo Into tho room and said; "I am
older than qu. Vou are loo HtUo
to do much of nn) thing. Let Mo fix
It." Hcrrppn tojd her It, was not,
kind to speak that way, and to nBk
her brother, to excuse her, TJirow
iug. her arms around .Ills, neck, Bho
said, "Oh, Lester, pleaso excuse me,
but jou bco It was Just this way I
had to bo born first." The April De
BothvLong and Short Effcots.
Prices $4,50 to ?8 each
didn't lav .tha foundation of his
stupendous, fortune by spending
his week's salary on Saturday
Hi advioe,ttovthe, man who
would be wealthy is:' "Werk
as hard as you can, earn as
much as you can, and SAVE
ALL YOU CAN.'Jv
Wc',ll lend you one of our
handy home savings banks if vou
start an account with us. We
pay,4,l-2 per cent, on savings
FORT AND MERCHANT STS,
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
f MS M HOUSE
Highly Pleasfed With
II. I. J. M. Training Squadron
Honolulu, April 10 til, 1909.
Hon. H. U. HoUteln, Speaker of tho
House, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Through Mr. Uvono,
the Japaneso Consul General, I am
lu receipt of tho resolution of vvcl-
como by tho Houso of Representatives
of tho Legislature of tho Territory
of Hawaii, welcoming tho training
squadron ot tho Imperial Japaneso
I cannot accept this wclcomo as of
mV own merit; nevertheless I nm
profoundly thnnkful for tho welcome
extended by jour honorable body to
ward Japan. Though nlready nwaro
of the good-will of tho gentlemen ot
tho Houso townrd our l.'mplro and
toward our fcllow-coun(rnicn In Ha
waii, ct our stay with you and com
Ing personally Into contnet with ou
lu our brief stay In Honolulu, I cau
more fully realize tho good-will nnd
friendship Hint exist between tho
Indeed, I shall esteem It both a
pleasure and n duty to report to our
home government tho henrty good
will shown to tho squadron under
my command, nnd to let the people
of Japan know about tho welcome ex
tended to its.
In be)inlf of tho ofneers and men
under my commnnd, I tnko this on-.
portunlty to express, piy alnccrest
Uwnks, through Consul qenernl Uc-
no, tp J pur nonornuio irouy mm w
tho peop'lo of llnwall tor jour hospi
tality, both in word and net.
I have tho honor to bo, sir,
lYour most obtdlcut servant.
Admiral in Copiumnd, of IU I.
J, M, Tralning,S,qundron.
Tho abovo letter from Admiral IJI-
chl was received and lead In the
Houso this morning. It comes In re
eponso to thp resolution, of wolcomo
adopted. by tho Uausojnst week. .
JS '. '
Srt UUUkfiiin, f"0.rni
We think so. That's what
makes us jruarantee our work.
Isn't it worth something to
you when you have a diamond
ring or a fine watch at the
jeweler's, to know that it wjll
receive proper care and at
tention? OUR GUARANTEE
COVERS ALL OUR
Our Work is
First Class Only,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
is liable to leave one in an exhausted condition and a tonic
Beef, Wiiie arid IrW
is the best preparation to make a weak person strong it
will reach the scat of the trouble.
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STEEETS.
4 n V wr ir- r y
with the detachable blades
Beitedn, Smith & Co., Ltd;, and
f tied. ft. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
r-r ? v -
, WE WILL SHOW THE LARGEST AND MOST ELE-
' GANT ASSORTMENT OF EASTER NOVELTIES EVER
SEEN IN HONOLULU
Panorama Eggg, Eggs in Nests, Bunnies
Handsomely Colored Candy Eggs,
arid' Cunning Little Chicks
THE PALM CAFE,
".HOTEL NEAR UNION STREET.
Laces, feathers, curtains, etc, Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs, Linens.
258 Bcretania St.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latent Styles in
1028 NUUANU St
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
v place in town.
The. Fashion Saloon
Hotel Si near Fori
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
NO PLACE LIKE THE
FOR A COOL DRINK OF BEER
FORT near KUKUI
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