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SATURDAY JUNE 5. 1909.
Be sine to live on the sunny side. 1
but do not expect the world to look!11''1- ' " hick f conildeiico istiiw
bright if you habitually wear gray
(lasses. Charles W. Ehot.
Wink 111 -I Then W.lge
t Vi-ogress at Pearl llnrlior moan n
.M'tu ii illinium of tlioai-r .Imiv
lulu, iip-todute uii'l prospoiouli
Honolulu Is iKinnil tn uro" mill In
irmlui! M tvoiv (lav lit Ii.' casing
busim sh In iir iU'iiu(ni'iu iiMrmle.
Honolulu in iiili cannot 11 ml u nioio
pcililn iniihiMTi or prosperity on
whiili i pin their fallli than the fit-
till.' ill (ItlllllltllU.
AKlt.ilnrH i xxcl Hip striker In live
on n wiiki- or fifteen i-otitB .1 dnv. Menu
wlillw what mo ihey paying (lie Thug
to curry out Hie game of intimidation '
I'nt our fnltli in Honolulu nnil li
nolulu i uii'i iIki'h Surplus roln In
vested (ii tllr "'Hi' rpriKfH or II ' lulu
limiHit) I-. 1-1 1 .1 1 11 lo Inlng miiI. VIM
Jiipani in- M tail mcich.inls have now
30I111-1I In Ik admonition I lull lalxiriT
should 1 el urn to tin Ir work. The Ag
Imtor TIiiik lo-td Ih loo heaiy for nny
mcichi.ut to ran.
Honolulu linn no complaint ngulnsi
Mr VVoodiuff unlesB lie iUlt lliu Judge
htilli innilhlur nnd thon sot In again
nt tin- behest of a few local people
tvIio wanted to do a Utile spltework.
All ics'j.vctable elements among thr
Honolulu Japanese 1110 urging Iho lion
est lalxireis to return to tlielr work.
Proprietors of barber liuw nnj bath
licniHi-H Hlllt remain as the ilslil bowei,
of the Agitator RaiiK.
I!wn .laiinjieso will think well be
fore lhe will loave their loniforlnble
homos riiihei lli.ni xo 10 work Th.
Rncrtflre thai Ihe Axllalors ask thorn
tn nuike If outragcou nnd It can nc
eompllsli nothltiK townnl an Increase
The hhherio M-cret attornes and
now writers of iho AK'tators are all
t r Iiik 10 find some moans ol excusing
themselves and explaining that the
AKllators ur- not us bad as the TIiiiks
nml the TIiuks have gone out of busi
It Is Inteiostlus 10 llud tho ARltatlou
nscuts now bus. explaining how well
behaved tho hno been. 'Tls oor
thus. Agitators neiet- want to aBSiuee
, ossnsll)llltt foi ihe criminal iihsaulli
mid l"lai!iMiB of law nnd order that
me the direct rvsult of their canipalKii
im;. JlcicliantH reiHiit that Ihey hae
beui iIhIiib a rushliiR business while
Iho citizen woiklnmiiau has been re
ceiving $1 f-0 a day from the planta
tions. They will be doing better still
when the hundred thousand nuiopean
immigrants bogln to an he and tho
Auieilcau mechanics Hock to Honolulu
for the consti action of thu 1'e.irl Har
bor naval station.
Honolulu might follow the local ad
niluistiatlou polkv lustuud of havliu
innru than 0110 camllilulo for Judicial
olllce, they uilghi lake w II110 from
the local nduilnlstrutiotrs wiv nun
endorse Woodruir fin rYilcitil .ludge,
Clicult Judge ami Dislilct Magistiute
In order llinl theiu shall bo it iierfect
conlmlllutlou of personal autlioiity
hud oM-ryililnt, will be sine to go light.
'Die letii leaiiiiti why Italh's piolest
ngalnst A (!. M P.obeitMin finds 110
S)iniathy In Honolulu Is Hut thu mon
believed lo be behind Itatii luivo lec
oidH to their ciudlt that presents .Mr,
tohortsou'H olopumunt, In (oinparlhiiti,
nil Ideal of hoclal propilety. It Is ills-
Busting In tlio mlromo to contemplate
tho iillcfied high moral slamlard of
oeitalu people whobo call) ludiscro-
tluuo havo hoi 11 t'liaiitably forgotten
Sir. Hath said lio hoaid Sir. Hobcit
Kou was In n hack while Ids wlfu was
lining attacked Rath bused his state
incut nml conclusions on hearsay Unit
wna a faheliood, and not till he wiu
limuglit faco to faco wlih the man
Whom ho ticcuxtiT did Itath tako tho.
trouble- to learn wh'otbcr lio was re-
puiiuji n tiuth Ami still Huh won
Ill nun vvlo should In- for Ihe highest
standards of common honesty
lletii) Clews Rives Ills clients tlic
following nssuiance tliat tlicro may
lio soiiip liOtc for plne-fpples jut
If the high t'lrlff men prevail:
'The tuiirr Kltu.ltlon excites little
Inleii'Hi In business affairs. It Is n
lorcBone conclusion tuit no Imporl
r.nt ilowuvvuid icv talon :s to In; c
pccleil. How far tlio attempted nil
.Micp In tile, schedules will ho leal
Izcd leinufns to he scon. I'roseut In
dlcntlons point to suet ens of the
'stand-palters' and If the present
IiiiKIps oiiokIioii to the Aldrlrh
ilomlniillori abates It Is pnssllile that
tills troublesome (tipllni will ho
sillied enillei than lit one time fear
ed, possibly not later than July.
THE FEDERAL JUDGESHIP.
Honolulu has got Itself into 11
lit .1111 trul nilx-up on the I'odoral
Judgeship. To sav that 11 mix up Is
mi) thing new would ho to forget
notable events in tho history of this
Acting on the presumed reliable
Information from Washington that
tho man appointed by tho President
ul wlihtlinw-11, Ihe liar Association
nt out and lugged into tho caiull
'ncy the one man of tlio city who
Jems able to secure tho unanimous
ndorsenient of the llur Association
,:i. Hobcrtsou did not seek the po
sition and refused to consider It un
less the local sltiiatlun was clear of
candidates and the support given
htm was geneinl.
Now, after the endorsements nip
In. at appeals that Mr. Woodruff
has either not withdrawn or lie Inn
I een uiged back Into the fight by
fcomo spite worker In Honolulu.
Thus are the people and (ho liar
Association's candidate put In tho
loslllon of opposing the 1'icsldent's
liomltipe, when no such piogram was
expected or Intended.
l'lesldeiit T11 ft lias a lecord of
having ninile It wuim for n number
ol Kansas men who brought I1I111
into a factional light.
It will lie worth while Tor tho
President to secure a full stnlement
of facts In this Pederal .liid,-i-!ilii
(nudldnct. If It bo true that Sir.
WoodiulT lind withdraw 11 and was
brought li.uk into the fight nt thn
suggestion of Honolulu fucllonallsts
and their agents, tlio whole scheme
as It has finally developed Is n rciy
clear example of an effort to uso
the President to further local fnc
Tlio liar Association unquestion
ably acted In good faith, as did tho
Delogato and Sir. ItohertMin.
The ones to bo ferreted out nro
the man and mon behind Itath, who
siems lo he "wot king" both. Wood
inrt and tho Pieslilcnt.
HIGH-HEELED SHOES AND THE
Tho high heels that fashlonahlo
women love havo lomo Into tho
courts of California under tlio head
of tontilbutory negligence.
A woniun fell fiom u street car
and let el veil such lujuiles that sho
sought dnmngps from tho company.
It was biuught out In tho testimony
that tho woman was wearing tho
hlgh-hoeleil shoes demanded by tho
height of fashion. The Judgo do
dared that wemlng shoes with such
heels (.(instituted contilbutory neg
ligence. Courts nml lawmakers havo boon
moving; lather inpldly against soma
Lor U16 oddities of feminine fashion
In lccent yenis. Hut they have not
been nblo to tiavol very for In any
Of (ouite them Is a po.ialhlo de
fense to bo mado of high heels on
women's shoes; high heels will
make the shmt woman seem tn bo
taller thnn she Is; they will nialco
tho fat woman lean, nnd tho big foot
small, and these Utile nothings
mean much to some women.
Hut tlio California Judge laid baio
0110 fatal foult In tho oise of lilgli
heels, they make women unsteady
on tlielr foot; so unsteady, in fact,
that tho uquillbiist'u skill Is sonic-
Note how many people are buyinf
lots in College Hills, at the entrance
to Manoa Valley. The chief attrac
tions aio Rood neighbors, splendid
view, and n cool, agreeable climate.
We have one or two lots at $800 nnd
several nt $1,000. Easy terms.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
t lines, requited to maintain tho nor
mal poise. .Moreover, In nine cases
out of till, high heels will spoil Iho
woman's talk, mid certainly most
women wish to walk In grateful
Hut Just m long ns fashion lead
ers dictate nml men uinko high
heeled felloes, women will wenr them.
1. ml they will not care 11 beau
whether tho (ourts call' It contilhu
toiy negligence, wwault and battery,
arson or whatnot; Indeed, If too
much objection Is 111-gpil lo high1
heels, heels will lieiomo higher nml
higher, Just as hats have gtown In'
size In the fate of objection, nnd nt'
tl !lll III Lllflli. UO-IU.M1.I fllllt lllt-.'.t!
1 tied to smother tho human family
beneath 11 1 luting piofusloii of birds,
inlmals, featlieis nml llubdilbbeileit.
ARRAY OF CABLES.
(Continued lrom Pnsa )
and Senate taking Into eousldcrn
'llon additional Wiiuliuff ctodeti
tlnls. Kuhlo to McClellun, Juno .1.
Have Mm uti.v 1 canon to believe
Woodiuff propiuu3 lo withdraw. An
swer fully by Integrum, liar unani
StiClellau to Kuhlo, Juno I.
It Is believed by piomlneiit nttor
r.e.vs that Woodiuff's vvlthdiavv.il In
Iho gllrst place was bonn lido, hut
when ltobeilson was named local
men got Woodruff hack Into tho light
ngaln. These men aro believed to
have merely used Itath as u stool
Home site in Manoa Valley. Three-,
fourths of an acre fronting on upper 1
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue.
Location affords an uninterrupted
view of Manoa Valley, Diamond Head
and the sea. This propcity is the
best buy in Manoa Vallev at $1,600.
We have another building lot, a
fit tic smaller, but just as good value,
17,000 sq. ft. fronting on East
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue,
convenient to car line: good eleva
tion, good soil. Price 1,000.00. !
. FOR RENT j
Mntloek Avenue $30.00
Magazine Street 27,00
Beretania Street 40.00
Young Street $50.00
Piospect Sticct 40.00
Waterhouse Trust j
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRID0ED BY ONE
flif - - " " '' -vj..v
pigeon to work out a personal aplta
Now tho iiue.it I'm, ns one man put
It, Is whether Sir Woodruff will
1 at 0 to (nine to Honolulu With the
eiiiloisemont of onlv two members of
tho local liar As-01 latlon.
After Hath had made his state
ment before a meeting of tho liar
Association xcstcrdav afternoon that
body voted nuaiiimousl) tho follow
'"Ilpllovliig the selection nt n Sec
onil IVdenil Judge to bo still open,
ItcHilved, That the liar Association,
hnving heard Sh Hath )ieisonally
tu siiiport of his 1 lunges, and Sir.
Iloliertion's icplv, wllh full l.nowi
edge of tlio fails, endorse and 10c
oinmeuil A. i J1 ltobertson as Ilrst
iholco for the position of lVdcrnl
Sir. Hath appcuml In poison be
fore tho liar A-soi latlon to support
his charge nRilimt Sir. ltobertson.
At first ho was Im lined to be some
what general In his statements, say
ing ho could tint support n ninii who
ooeA not honni womanhood. Ho said
that lie dirt not urjvtn B" Into par
ticulars ,nsf' most or those present
probably iimleisiood tn what ho ic
This, hovvevei did not satisfy 1 lie
members ol the association, who In
sisted that SIi ItobcrUon's accuper
Bring your watch to us
if it docs not keep good
time. We nrc expert watch
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
This season's models.
Sale begins Monday, Juno 7th.
should go Into particulars. Thus
ptessed, Sir. Hath staled Hint some
limn ago Sir. Itobcrtsnn was living
with 11 woman who was not Ills wife.
lie acknowledged that since Sir.
Hnhertson's marriage ho had heard
of nothing lo loliect upon his char
acter. One of his charges was that tho
night of Sir. Itobot Icon's man Inge
ho took his wife of two hours to
call upon the Woman with whom (ho
attorney had been living. Hath 1
said ho heard Hint ltobertson sat
(jtilctly In a hack whllethe -other
woman berated thn hi hie nnd relat
ed how Ihe man the latter had Just
married had been living v ' h her,
A Hawaiian meanwhile held (be wife
so she (oiild not escape I'uiiii t.ie tor-,
rent of abuse.
A. (I. SI. ltobertson. replying to
the 1 barges made bj Mr. Hath, ad
mitted that the woman lived In n
house 011 Dosha l.atie, near him, hut
denied Hint he hud ever lived with
her. He admitted Hint his wife hail
tone to the woman's house after tho
marriage, but It was to get some be
longings of her own. Ho did not
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sit 111 a hack nnd hear his wlfo abus
ed, but, 011 (ho contiary, was look
lug for her at Iho time, sho having
illsappeaied while lie was In the
house. Ilo thought she hud gotio
out the oilier intinuce to the lanu
and went that illied.'nn after her.
W. A. Klnnc), president of tho ns
soclutlou, stated that In his opinion
the 1 hargea made b Until wcie onlv
u part of a (jencial nttempt to de
feat Hobeitson and hnc Wood 111 It
appointed so oud Federal Judge.
.Mr. Uoheilson, ho said, was being
knifed In the house of his friends.
This apimiently was tho view of
tho matter taken by the other mem-1
hers of tho llur Association, and I
when the resolution above was pre-K-nted
by Sir. Hallow, It was onthu
flnstlcnlb adopted, Tho nttempt on ,
tho part of Sir. Hath to discredit Sir.
Hobcrtsou and blacken his character
thus falls uttcrl), so fur as the homo
town of the two men Is concerned.
'Continued from Pace li
vendor, that tho "I'uuneno .lup-MiefeO,
too much loin," meaning Unit the I'uu
neno Japanese had 110 dcslio lo go 011
1 a strike now- in older to get a nivlhlc-.il
raise of wages later on,
However, tho ugllators have turned
their oiganl7atlon Into a working body
I to solicit funds to aid Iho Gain. Milk-
- j 'C 1)
eis nnd as the Jnpjnpse natu all svni
palhUcs with their rnmitrjni -1 In
tumble, this pail of their wi.ik n aid
to be mine successful thai. Inducing
the laboreiH to go on a strike
Tho latest loport given out by 'he
ngltutois Is lo tho effect thai thn Wnl
luku plantation Japanese are in go out
on a strlko the day after i.ii'r, when
ever that Is, and Hint tlio l'ui'ucuc nml
I'ala Japanese will ipilt work nnd go
on n strike when Iho Walluku lupau
Give Up Homes.
One of iho most lovveifitl agenls for
the iptiiin to work wilt iiumtestioualilv
be the si bundled women moro or b si
nt Hvva plantation. Tlieso wives and
uiotheis have cstahlithcd thccixclws
In comfoitable homes. If tho stilko
continues these homes must b.' given
up and 11 most unhappy existence in
In piospect In Honolulu. N y nub
must the homo ho turned ovct t mil
el's hut the cessation of woik mcui-i
Hint all tho planting contracts will b
hioken, and Incomes of fiom tv.oniv
live to thirty dollars a month ihmvvu
to tlio winds.
THE BARBER'S JOKE.
"Tills appears lo be an Intellectual
community," reniatked Iho stranger In
town. "I tuppoho you have seen 11 Tew
Hiuait faces In jour chair?"
''Yes, sir," laughed tho humorous
baiber as ho poured on tho otin
strong bav rum. "and I have also seen
n great many faces smart. Next'"