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EVENING HULLETIN, nONOLTJMJ.T. II., SATUIUUV. MAY 8, 1909.
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1AILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD,
At 120 King Street, Koaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Enteierf at the IotofF.re at llonolule
m krcmiil-clat nutter
MAY 8, 1909
Good nature u itself the most R" nlll '""I'' oeral millions of Jol
.rccious Kift of Heaven, spreading; lnrn Hint e conmiincrH are now pa
.tself like oil over the troubled sea "k i HhoukIi the purciiam- of llfo'a
cf thought, and keening the mind m-cet,Hit
unooth and equable in the roughest ' '' I'ullettoV tells what would
rather. Washington Irving. ' 'I0'10 to I'-Mvn In Germany, and
notes li Inference what should be
It Is almiMt a khoi! iilan to h.in'j ,ne t0 i f tiln Mm! in the United
mir action ami wnnla on ttliat WII Slates:
Tlio people of this Tcrrlioi s hIiiiuIiI
net behind llu- proti-i'tlun campalmi
if tho pliK'apple liniiHtr with all the
tlgor (liev can ntiutei
Air. I'nlrbanks li.is rumu llirmmh the
iinm of llanulls entertainment hear
ty and happ) Which shous that an
ullior lit iMir American Btntesnieii Is
ixjwtirfully iiml vnnl.'i full. made
Mother.i IJa xIkiiiM he observed !n
wmio appmpil.iii in inner b out
person oho his ,i sp.irk of Jou for
Iho home To hikm ,n this il.i) and
(ho beutillfiil IhoiiKht It embodies Is
tho net of a deKunerate
Tho Hawaii Herald kiim tho II u I
I o 1 1 n has sueoied at the (1 reeks. This
Is VCD untrue and It would bo Impos-
slblo auyun) while the nii-rrj Milce of
DemostheneK locurKUs . ioorberates
umoiiR the hills and nlcs of Hawaii
Governor Truar's objection to Charlie
Iliislacti as Treasurer Is said to be
that "ho is too ) tiling" Theio's no
tclllHK what tho Governor's Ideas of
nfio may bo but while Charlie was
chairman of the Ilo.ud of Supervisors
ho proved that he had cut Ms'cjc
Hawaii County's new police have
captured mi escaped convict who has
succeeded III tludliiK the authorities
for seven ears When tho Count)
makes an equally Kooil record In hand-
lint; Its roads that have, been so Iouk
free from repaii it will cense to be
emu of the mlsfort lines of local self
Koverumrflit that has operated to check
tho advance of the whole movement
"Wo Americans, being the smart
est people under the sun, do not care
to adopt the Institutions of the effete
monnrhlcs of Humpc," writes tho
I.U Toilette's" editor. 'Tar from
it Hut It muv be Interesting to note
that ir Mr. Patten, who waited un
til the farmer hail no wheat am!
then boosted the priie through a
sl.llirull) worked corner, had lived.
In llerllu, hetwould now bo explain
ing to the authorities Instead of tho
icportcrs. Over there grain dealers
are obliged to gain permission of the
authorities before the) can operate
In futures, ant! when the "longb"
cntth the "shorts" u la Patten, the
victims may settle with the Patten
of the occasion by paying him six
per cent on the average price In
stead of going Into convulsions and
' It seems much more our way,
however, to let tho bulls make tho
bears dance, while the bakers raise
the price of bread, and the mills
shut down business. Mr. Patten's
wheat is worth moro to speculate
with than It Is to grind, and Is too
rich for the plain people's blood. Odd
people, thoo Germans, aren't they?"
Peoplo passing through this port
after a lapse of ten or even flvo years
nil sieak of tho great chnngel for tho
better In this city. All wo have to do
Is add several hundred per cent to
what has been done in tho past in order
to reach a fair estimate of what tho
conditions will bo In the near future,
Honolulu will never go back, whllo
business Is clone In the Pacific.
Home Tor Sale
On Liliha street, a 3-bcdroom house
with lot 99x150. Price $2,500.
For Rent on Tantalus
A furnished 3-bedroom house.
$50 per month.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
rule, satisfied with the conduct of
public affairs by those who take an
Interest. Many of the non-participating
class profess the deepest dis
gust or disdain for what Is being
done by their fellow citizens. There
is another class which simply falls
to participate In public affairs from
sheer Inch of Interest. Then thero
Is the Pharisaical individual who
looks on voting ns something sepa
rate and apart from his religion and
altogether too secular to command
"Two facts are very apparent;
first, that tho moral element and the
moro Intelligent clement of our
cities neglect their civic duties in
tho faco of existing abuses which
they profess to dislike; uiid, second,
if the mora! Intelligence of our Amer
ican communities generally took an
interest in civic affairs out cities
would not be in the hands of those.
political grafters who protect moial
NEWS GATHERING AND MORALS,
Tho modern newspaper is a greater
power than tho chinch. It goes Into
the home and sits down with every
member of the family if it be on oven
Ing uewspapci whllo tho church
preaches nt Its members once n week,
Slnco thero is such n closo relation-
MEALS THAT ARE
AT PRICES THAT ARE
Miss 'Gorman of Honolulu
Married (o Mr.
SAN ntANCISCO, April 29, A
bride-elect came from the islnnds of
tho sea yesterday morning In the
liner Hllonlan, nnd at the hour of
noon became tho wlfo or General P.
Ileaumont, a oung newspaper man
of San Jose. She was Miss Edna Gor
man, nnd she had received her piu
liocal of marriage by cable only a
few hours beforo the Hllonlan left
Honolulu. Ileaumont bad cabled
the brief question "Will you?" nnd
his sweetheart had answered. "Yes."
Then without loss of time she caught
tho steamer Hllonlan fur this city.
Gerald Ileaumont was city editor
of a Snn Joso newspaper, and Miss
Gorman was a popular joung woman
In that city, participating with tho
newspaper man In theatrical enter
tainments nnd meeting him frequent
ly In society. Sho may not have no
ticed, but ileaumont b world grew
exceedingly small when Miss Cor
man went to Honolulu a few months
ago. lje bore up bravely for a time,
and then the cable was brought into
use. He might have used tho wire'
less method, but sometimes It does
not catch a response' from tho llawa
ilan stations. The malls were loo
awfully slow. The cable offered tho
best and quickest way.
When tho Hllonlan, Captain Peter
Johnson, arrived at the wharf yes
terday morning there was Gerald P.
Ileaumont, accompanied by several
of his friends nnd severnl of Miss
Gorman's relatives and friends.
Thero on board was tho Urlde-olocl.
most radiant of all an board the
At noon ytstcrday, at the Star of
the Sea Church, Miss Gorman became
tho bride of Mr. Ileaumont, tho Rev.
Father Philip Ityan performing tho
ceremony. Hajmond Hicks of Los
Gator and Miss Nellie Hughes of this
city stood up with the couple. A
wedding breakfast followed, nt
which were numerous guests.
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS aro peculiarly suscepliblo to opium and Its various prep
arations, oil of which aro nan otic, is well known. Even In tho smallest
dtos, If continued, these opiates cmo changes In tho functions nnd growth of
tho cells, which aro likely to becomo permanent, causing Imbecility, Mental
perversion, n craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of Btaylnff power, aro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy. Tho rule among
physicians is that children should nc cr recclvo opiates In tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a time, and only then it unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to it. Children who aro 111 need tho attention
of a physician, and It Is nothing less than a crime' to doso llicm willfully wllh nar
cotics. Castoria contains no narcotics If it bears (be signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
Tho yjr JVj.i.'"' Eunrnntccs rciiuIuo
tgnnture of 1La&7eUcUM C'nstorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
It Is necessary for tho church to
understand the viewpoint of tho press,
tho limitations and difficulties under
which tho newspaper works and Its
nccomnllshincnts. both In what It linn
ship between tho modern church niul j ,Iono nll(i !,,(, hat It has saved society
THE SETTLEMENTS FILMS.-
Complete publicity never harmed
nnvone, or nn community. It does
good niul eliminates man) false Imprcs
It Ik a question of serious doubt
however as to what extent tho Terrl
lory of Hawaii will gain complete pub
licity from tho Donlno films of the
leper, settlement, which this paper
understaiitls are to at Into tho cent Ml
m, avenues of trade "at so much per"
These films illsplaeil b someone
who untlerstuntlH tho lads of tho sct
'' tlcmcnt nnd nolo to explain tho conili
tlons In an nccuiuto and dispassionate,
manner, might help ami would not
Hut It la doubtful that ouo out of ten
of the films will fall Into tho hands of
such u person
MEN'S LEAGIIESAND POLITICS.
Honlulii has a Men's League, and
it appears to be a good Institution.
Its members are soon lo have a gen
et al ussemlil at which home of
them will ho reminded Hint theie Is
a Men's League and Hint they are
Indeed inenrln'is. A any of our peo
ple require these "reminders becaure
the) Join n multitude of good move
ments and do not ulvvu)s keep track
of all of them except to grudgingly
reward tho collector who comes for
And since Honolulu')) Men's League,
should take a lively interest In pub
lic affairs, Its members must liavo n
personal Interest In what Is done by
tither Men's Leagues nnd the ro
marks made to the Men's League of
Oakland by the Mnvor of that Jilty.
Tho l'asailena News comments on
the Oakland Incident editorially In
tho modern newspaper, it Is partlc
ulurly gratifying when a modern
church spokesman devotes a portion
of his u'tlentlon to tho work of tho
newspaper and shows that ho has n de
cent sense of appreciation of what tho
One of these spokesmen Is Hev. W.
II. Norton of tho L'vunston Methodist
cliurc.li. This is what ho sujs;
Tin. ntftitrmi will uiitti-ifil In tt innr.
ago ulcklo thenler man as sensatlon.il, I""18, 'hat are so pertinent to tho
Fomethlng to draw the ciowd, and the)
will be "played up" nccoidlngly.
l'roni n business standpoint Donlno
tins u gold mine In the filing Ho will
have orders for ten leper settlement
films to one til tho llural paratlo.
And )it It Is by the llornl parade,
(hut Hawaii wishes to be Judged.
Tho fadH of the settlement anil Its
attendant Teriltorlal problems are sad
enough. Can It help any to open tho
opportunity for spellers to glvo free
leln to their Imagination In dilating
on Iho hoi rots without thinking or
knowing of tho alleviation in order to
attract tho curious?
In tho minds of many to ineiely
ralsu tho query Is to put it mlldl)
BREAD AND OURGAMBLING LAWS.
One of the llvest publications In
tho list of national weeklies Is La,
Toilette's tho new weekly niugiizlne
published tinder tho direction bf
United States Senator Robert M.
La 1'olletto. The ldeus of tills Jour-
Honolulu situation except that our
ufTalrs are (not In the hands of po
litical grafters who protect moral
totteuncss that we present It heio
for tho benefit of nil citizens, In
Men's Leagues and out of them, who
complain of the rottenness of "poll
tics" nnd do nothing themselves:
"Mn) or Mott of Oakland was ic
cently Invited to address the Men's
Leaguo of the l'lrst Congregational
Church of that city, consisting of
some 200 men of character and so
cial and business standing, who
would probably pass muster ns a very
fair representation of tho Christian
citizenship of an up-to-date city
Major Mott told these well-dressed
and well-behaved gentlemen that of
tho Immoral clement In Oakland not
more than ten per cent fall to go to
tho polls and vato, vfljilo fifty per
cent of tho so-called 'best citizens'
could not bo depended upon to reach
the polls unassisted.
Kxceptlon was taken to the May
or's criticism, nnl a discussion fol
low ed which finally resulted In n
nal nio distinctly advnnced, but i request that all thoso present at
novel theless of tho cliaiactor that
appeal to u steadily lnctcaslng num
ber of thinking Americans.
, Tho Issue received In tho last mall
lins some very peitlpont comment
on the price of bread na controlled
JjyAth&uperatlons of Mr, Patten, vvho'slbjlltles of citizenship, Tho
Mfr-aLT.- .V;.LViri !hgJ!!aawVll''fAlM?yi!-etf
the banquet who had voted at tho
recent vclty elecjlon should stand.
Appioxiinately finlf of the 200 pres
y "Men nie n good deal nllko every
where in their regard for the respon
sibilities of citizenship, Tho nnn-
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms,
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream. Price
Furnished Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula. Waterhouse Trust
Cor. Fort' and Merchant Sts.
The ncwspaiicr Is for all tho people.
It is for Catholics, Protestants, Jows,
Christian Scientists for peoplo of all
beliefs as well us for peoplo of no be
A? the lines of tho human fuco aro an
Index of the character of tho Individ
ual, so Iho cartoons, art pictures nnd
general tones of a nowspapcr, which
tho peoplo easily discern, even though
In tholr curiosity thoy may patronize
what in their Judgment they condemn,
aro an Indication of tho purposes of a
newspaper. Tho central stream and
not the eddies and counter currents
along tho slioro tells which way the
What may seem tho strangest asser
tion of all, tho newspaper has saved
society from Irrellglon. '
If tho newspaper does not professed
ly favor icllgion, 1 never Is arrayed
against religion. Although it Is often
too flippant or nt "loast too Jocular in
treating of religious ovents, It novcr
Is wilfully Irreverent. It never ndvo
catns Biblical nor marrlago lnfldollty.
Its utterances aro over demanding hon
esty in politics, purity in homo llfo,
clean streets, smokeless chimneys, a
well-governed and a beautiful Chicago.
It is not surprising that tho sensa
tional should occupy much spaco in
tho nowspnper. Llko fiction and tho
drama, It dcajs with thOBO phases of
llfo which create tho most Intense In
tercst and which spring from tho most
elemental passions of human nuturo.
But tho Blblo Is a book of sensations.
Christ, I believe, deliberately choso tho
sensational method of expression In
orttcr to start o dull neonlo Intel
thought and to fix germinal principles
In memory until thoy had a chanco to
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
-Tw!iirjlfcaaJ tm ,
SOCCER AT SACIIAMENTO Sac-
rameatt. April lu. The Oakland
Hornns, tlio veteran soccer team of
the biy! will make their annual trip
to Sacramento Sunday to play the
Sacramento Hovers', tho team which
competed In the stato cup play.
MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makee Island A fine lfouse
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modem stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
A modern 12-room house,
with six bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence,
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
Clearance Sale -
All kinds, all prices.
See our Display Windows.
Mo day, May 10
and continues till all are sold,
A NEW STOCK OP
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line, We know
we can please you.
II. F. Wichman & Co.
, ' "'LjillTED
Tonr prttmrttton known m CutorU I hT uwl
for jetrt Id chlldrtn'f complaint! inj I bare found
nothing Utttr." Joan J. Lirn.M.D.,
i- i. i. Cleveland, Obtn.
For MTffal jean I recommended joar Csturl..'
And ihtll fclfrtri continue to do 10, m U dai Iota
rlibty produced beneficial rcaln."
Ed win F. rAtiDii, M.D,, New York Cltr,
Tonr Cattoiit It meritorloua bonaehoM
reined. It la portly veceUblt and acta aa a mild
cathartic Abova all. It dwa no harm, which la
more than can ba aald of tho grcat majority of chil
v Victob II. Comca, M. D,, Omaha, Neb,
Children Cry for
I hate rtevcrlbcd roar Caitorla In many calf
and lava alwaja found It an efficient and apctdf
remedy." A. F. l'liLtn. II. D., St. Loala, Mo.
" I hare ned yoor Ca torla In my own household
with pool rteulu, and have advised lateral patlcuta
to dm It forjta rollJ, laxative effect and freedom
from harm. Edward I'lnttiiu, M. 1),
i Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Yoor Castoria holJi the esteem of the medical
prof ct i Ion lu a manner held by no other proprietary
preparation. It la a euro and reliable medicine for
Infanta and chl'dreo. In fact It la the ualrcrial
hou thold remedy for Infantile atlmenta.
J. A. riiitk. M. D., Kanaaa City, Mo.
Use For Over 30
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Premo Film Pack
Cut Films may now be developed by daylight in any
tank developer with the new
Ingento Film Holder
Made in all sizes; price, 15c to 25c each; 75c to $1.25
per half dozen. Call and ask to see them at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St., near Hotel.
Is the BEFBIGEBATOIt that is different from all the lest.
It isn't made primarily to SELL, with nothing but a hand
some appearance to recommend it; it is made to save money
for the consumer.
Instead of having porcelain or tile linings, for instance,
ZINC is used. It isn't so pretty, but it ENDURES, in-
menu ui iicciiiiK, vruuKuig or oreaKing,
So it is ritrht throuch.
The Eddy Befrigerator is built
Th$?h' avie & c-