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EnUretl nt the IVHtrtflice at Honolulu
.AUGUST 10, 1909
Neither the evening nor the morn- linmlet In the Inml." Tlicro Is no
Mns: star is more benutiful than jus- ndvcrtlsliiB medium In Hnwiill bo
UiIb morning's Issue of the Adver
tiser, can now understmul why Sir
Llghtfoot's name wns tenderly with
held when the public utterances of
Wnlpnhu that know him nro busy with
their work. Tho Information ns to the
whereabouts of this criminal could bo
communicated, privately to tho pollen
theater were to conspicuously dis
creditable) that the paper hail to
(.onuncnt upon them. Tho reader
can now understand why, In Ub odl
toilnl today, Mr. Llghtfoot's speech
nt tho theater Is spoken of ns n
that gentleman nt tho .tapancso b' any Jnpaneso who knows It, so that
tho plea,of personal danger In giving
tho Information ennnot bo made.
Wo" do nbt realize, how nllen Ihcso
nicthoils nro to our own community;
tho respect for tho administration of
lnw; tho direct obligation to aid tho
tnctlcnl mistake, nnd why the cvl ofllccrs of tho law Is Inbred among our
denco given In tho courts ns to Mr. people mitt lulerwocn closely with
Llghtfoot's thentcr speech do not np- our cntlro system of government. Tho
pear in the Advertiser's nccounts of obligation to assist tho police, tho
the trial, nnd tho render can now light of tho police to call upon any
u lid r rst mid many other things that ' citizen to assist tliem in tbo enforce
may have surprised htm In the pnst.'ment of law nro u mntter of, positive
mid will bo prepared to receive n enactment. Our children nro tnuslit
good (Veal In the futuie from tho icspcct for tho officers of tho law, tho
snmo source on his gunrd, . I wholo mutter Is Instbictlvo to us, and
The threat of the Advertler's cill-1 tho consequenco of having twenty
tor (for It nniounts to nothing clso) thousand peoplo in our midst, nearly
thnt he will smash the present con-, half our total population, with no such
splrncy trial If tho public conduct 'sentiment nnd no such feeling, In fact
of Mr. Mghtfoot Is not treated withj ossessed with n feeling appatenlly to
the Bamo defercneo that ho accords tlio contrary nursed In their minds Is
It, may well bo plnced In the funny . tnlly dangerous.
Tho llnda nffnlr Is n mcro Incident
but tho spirit back of it Is rovnliitlun
my and needs hut tho tlmo nnd occa
sion to call it forth.
L'otisliuctlou of mi urmnry for
tho Notional Guard of Hawaii .
iihiiuld appeal to the citizens of Hit
ami It ns n public tint.
effective) nnd far reaching ns.tho
1 1: v e n I it g 11 u 1 1 c t i ii.
. Ik Among other
' Fciui turn out tin
When uttorncyg incite nn nllen
people lit vlolcnco nnd purois be
I come Incapacitated through drink,
I I law .ill Is fast ttpprnathlng tho tlmo
,' All thnt Is needed to make Hawaii when Its trials will bo conducted by
Js.wupatlictlc but resigned It a stilke n military commission. And to Just
(mining the laborers In the Kurnpo.in thnt extent nro the lnw-tcspcrtlng
Holds. heoplo of I Honolulu threatened
- -- through n pervcrtlon of Justice.
things, Honolulu .
ip finest brand on Sonle llnnnelnl lenders of good In-
ilusclinll to be found under the stars Icullou hesltntc to put the projects
rami snipes, or Hawaii s otlertngs In too glowing
"r - -- ' ' terms before small Investors. This
It appears to n man on tho outside R nti rlcht In u wnv. lint do thev
j that tho repealed "Incapacity" of ti Cvcr stoi to think Hint such careful
juror can only serie tho ends of those conservatism Is what sends the lit
" wlm would defeat Justice. Hie man's money Into thu hands of
' ' malulnud promoters with nbsolutely
l Can It bo that Tom Tltcli on taking valueless propositions dressed up. to
it near lew of the other sldo of the 0()) well on p.iper. Hvcrythlng in
Ml Iko question, found It less ntt-.ittl.o Hawaii Is worth tome llfty per cent
Hum appeared from n distance. moro than wo into It when compared
with many of the "good things
seeking n shnro of our prosperity.
column, to use n popular pluaso of
tho hdur. The editor Is nothing If
he Is mil, threatening, and his idea
thnt Mr. Mghtfoot should not bo
discussed during tho progrcss'of tho
titnl brings back many memories of
tho past where thnt gentleman
has by no means walled for time, oc
casion or place to vent his personal
vengeance upon thoso who camo
within reach of his displeasure.
Meanwhile, the threat of this edi
tor may bo looked on ns n boon to
tho prosecution; tho jury In tho
enso Is mnilo up mostly of Hnwallans,
nnd If there is n nnmo that arouses
.aversion nnd detestation In every
Hnwnllnn homo for malicious detrac
tion nnd (old contempt for their
lace, it Is that of tho editor in ques
tion, nnd tho public notice to Hint
Hawaiian Jury Hint the editor of tho
Advertiser looks to tho Hnwallans
on the Jury to carry out his petsonnl
piogrnm in regard to Mr. Light foot
Is evidence that tho tigress ns well
ns the whelp hnvo got to the squeal
ing point, lly, nil means open foes
in preference to tccret ones!
x If Irresponsible Japanese were nl in
jlng to coutiol the Industry of the Ter
ritory, what me we to s.iy of what
thoy are mint; to do with Justice.
If two telephone men can combine.
uu elllclcnt telephone with n snss-
tv;lcss central perhaps Honolulu wll.
hnvo u bystciu worth the price, nfter
There Is n close- relationship be
tween tho man cnjnlng n drunk on
pin a alcohol nnd the leformer nhlo
i to Urn! n necessary stimulant Jn cer
tain types of medicine.
Tho purpose of the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
'n Its exposures of Mr. Mghtfoot Is
. compllshed. The editor of the
Advertiser, in order lo rescue Mght
foot, has flnnlly been forced into tho
This much we hcllcvo Wo owo by
way of explanation nnd npology to
the public for giving Mr. Mghtfoot
space and consideration In the col
umns of tho II n 1 1 c 1. 1 ii.
When j on want to catch n tigress
the experts say get hold of her
whelp and squeeze It until it Jells,
If l citable men from the ranks of
citizen labor wish to mnko money by
taking up cane planting contracts nnd ou will hnvc the mother down
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'IIIIIUI HUUHIll 11UL 1II113 ilU Kt.CIl IMC IIHUII JUII rtlll. Ill IIIICI. , , e
'opportunity, but urgml to take It. ! knew full well when we got Light-
I foot to mewing what would happen.
. Mr. Schwerln Is bound to the Tor several days we have been con
fright place ,lf he would be ennvtuced sclous of the ponderous form of out
thnt the passenger t rattle certain to doughty contemporary peering with
ciinio this way will Justify mora anxious eyes through the under
' steamships of tho most modem type, growth at whut wns happening tu Its
- J -- i ' side partner, but that did not satis-
, It Is about tlmo for San Trnnclsco i. . Wo wanted him light In the
j.tii.bfgln buying Honolulu securities, open, nnd, thciefoie, kept squeezing
J Jlcmey Is getlng cheap on tho main- the whelp. This morning evidently
viand, the Prosperity win has begun
J to move, nnd Honolulu prices nro
Troubles between tlrceco nnd Tur
key ns compared with the situation
In I'ekln, are llkn u cat light
1 In tho back jnnl when thero Is n
j boiler straining nt the safety vahe
1 In tho cellar.
the shattered nerves of tbe lcsctie
party could stand It nn longer, nnd
Mr. Smith in his Mghtfoot editorial
of today has conic to his own nil
right; and now we may safely nnd
, contentedly leave Mghtfoot nnd
Smith, Smith nnd Mghtfoot, in tho
public limelight, with hats doffed to
ench other, striking tho "Alphonso"
attitude, and retire with tho happy
,"7, , J , , . , ' smllo that wreaths tho prestldlgltn-
if Iloosou-lt thinks thnt tho Afrl- ,,.. . w,,cn ,, hns Bllcccssriliy
cans nro pioneering like tho Anicr-;I)t.rroimc(1 , .... number" on
cutis of old. thcro nro lots of pol tl-,the ,irnKri,m lin(i ,,. ,msclf off
Inns who hopo he will II nil Destiny,., ,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
LOTS FOR SALE
1. Upper Fort street section, 50 x 100 $ 375
2. Pmtnui, 2 lots, 100 x 105, each 225
3. Kaimuki lot, 100 x 150 250
4. Liliha street lot c3
5. Kaimuki lot, 150 x 200 1.200
0. Anapuni street lot, 65 x 125 1.700
HOMES FOR SALE
1. Kalihi, 5 room house Sl'l00
2. Pacific Heights, 5 room house 1.400
4. Kalakaua Ave, 0 rooms 1.600
A $15,000 HOME
Are you intcrestc d in such a place ? We have some
thiiiR to show interest cd parties.
i pointing tho wny for
th tho pioneers.
St, , I'uiii
him tu stay
Itcforo that flnal bow honoor wo
wish to p.'cdlct tliut somebody clso has
licunl tho call of tho Wild and will
mhiii obey u hiirry-ui) call to tho res
cue. What docs tho limelight show? A
man who cannot overcome. Ills In
stinctively rowdy spirit, oon
though thrown Into n plnco of great
" ,,.,,,... I- 4 ...1,1.
J to go to work mo mcrel) ldlng for respunsioii u ... ...:.. .. ,u.
a t" .. nM.. n,nlilttnrn.l lahmnnlltn U'niNA
J.. ..In.n It. Mm vnnin.in I .lu T.l w... -. w. - u...u..w. . b
Supporting nn otllcer of tho cotut
, who Incites aliens to icslst police is u
natural sequel to an attempt to purify
i tho i!lc morals of Honolulu on tho
tny-Bo of that perfect typo or perfec
tion, (loo Wan Hoy,
, . . .
HADA J.NDTHE POLICE.
A fouturu of jestuidny's conspiracy
trial wns tho nonchal.int admission of
Mr. Kegoro uu the stand that for six
consecutive nights lecently ho wns In
company with .Mr Hada, for whom a
Virrnnt of nrrctt fur tho foluny of
riot has Keen outstanding for weeks
past, to the knowledge of the witness.
This brings lIilly to tho attention
of tho community tho eiy slgnltlcaut
tact that Hilda, though evidently going
around openly among tho .Inpnnese,
mid, ns It now transpires, attending n
comctitlon or delegates of tho Hlghor
Wages Association, has defied oery
droit of tho police lo arrest him; ho
has been heard of at vailous polnlM
but hns alwajs disappeared nt tho
Tho wholo business ineaus simply
ono tiling, that tho Japanese commun
ity hero, thousands of whom know
Hada, seems absolutely wanting in
any hcnso of responsibility for uphold
ing mid supporting tho laws.
This sumo sentiment Is hi ought out
In tho Una! resolutions of that conven
tion, of which Hada was a member,
where the citizens of Hawaii nro spok
en of as tho "i'oielgn Klemeiit." and
thu solldiulty of tho Japanese egnlust
this element eulogized nml Inuile n
matter of self congratulation. Straws
show which way tho wind Is blowing.
and what Is now a, wind may nt any
tlmo become a storm, nml It Is no
IndllTcicnt matter, as wo aiu only too
suro to dm! out, that open deflaucu of
tho administration -of law by this alien
peoplo In Hawaii can bo successfully
nnd, apparently, permanently main
tl.liicd. Hilda's personal iippcnrnnco Is not
known to tho polloo nt huge; ho Is
elmply ono Japaneso uiucmg seventy
thousand. Tho Tow whlto eniplojes of
THE POWERFUL SIDE.
A number of references hnio been
undo in tho Advertiser during tho
pioBcnt Btriko to tho lelntjvo power
and position of tho I'laillcrs and tho
stilkcrs, with tho Invariable) comment
that it was tho case of tho strong
Planter against tho wenk striker, the
weak, of course, being an on lug lut,
but still tho weak sldo.
Wo hardly follow tho Adicrllser. In
our judgment, tho powerful sldo Is lav
all odds that of the strikers. Tho JIJI
Itself nnd tho recent teCret conclaio of
Japanese delegates from nil ccr the
Islands hnvo announced nml glnrlflcd
in tho solidarity of tho Japineso
against tho "Korclgn Ulenicnl."
In other words, tho perfect unanim
ity nnd concerted action of seventy
thousand aliens In our midst, nnd when
those seventy thousand aliens ate
Asiatics steeped in cunning, self con
tained, nnd with nn organization nt
their coininnnil equal to that of an
iirmy In action, with an il.ihoralo spy
ing system thnt reaches Into every
homo of tho "Korclgn I.lciuint'' In
this community, it Is tho woist pos
slhlo misrepresentation of (ho slum
Hon to speak of that combination ns
the wenk Lido In this tight.
The purpose Is evident. The sym
pathy of anyone Is naturally called
cut for the under dog, and to portray
the Higher Wage agitators and the
srmy hack of them as the weak side
Is but to insinuate into the mlndi of
the public that the sympathies of the
public may well be enlisted on that
side, whatever the obligations of the
community may be to enforce the law
of the land.
Tho truth Is, reader, tho weak sldo
of this tight is oilr Ameilcan sldo; tho
lack of oignnlzatlon Is on our sldo;
the knocking Is on our side; tho Inter
Jetting of tide Issues Is conspicuous
cm our side, and tho stabbtns In tho
back and thu secrot thrust is almost
exclusively found among our own peo
pic, and this In tho fnco of an opposi
tion that boasts or Its solidarity nnd
tho Impression Hint solidarity has
miido upon us, tho "Foreign niemciit."
Away with such barefaced pervcr
tlon of tho truth nnd the. truo situation.
This tnlk Is Insinuated Into tho pub
lic pi ess oeu nfter tho outrageous do
feat of JiurJce In tho recent riot tilnl,
whero no ono pretends hut that tho
men w.oio Kullt., and tho excuses of
fered for their acquittal present sldo
Issues, tho consideration of which In
olo tho violation of a Juror's oath.
A ItuhHlim noblenrin wns asked dur
ing thu Uusslan-Japanoso war when
It would end; with n t-hrug of his
shoulders ho mid "Oh. perhaps In n
couplu of'ccfnluiles." Tho meaning of
his nnswci' Is npparcnt to tho reader.
Tho strike has been declared off;
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has been installed
at the Alexander
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Five-tearoom house in ex
Very low rental to perma
Will also rent for summer
About It o'ejock this morning ns u
enr bound for Knllhl pulled up In
fiimt of U. O. Hnll K. Son's, u small
.lapancso named rinml, who Is du
plexed In the Nlppu JIJI otllcc, iluslied
thiough tho crowd of passengers win.
Mrs. II. M. Mist nnd her sou hnd
just got off tho car whou tho Japan
ese, who did not seem nhlo to coutiol
his machine, ran Into young Mist, nnd
tho lad's pants getting caught In tho
pedal of tho bicycle, ho was dragged
alons for some ynrds.
Tho boy wns not hurt much nnd ho ..
and his mother walked off. Saml, how
ever, wns ni rested nnd taken to tho
police station,. whoro Deputy fiheillt
Hoso, nflor giving him n good talking
to, allowed him to depart.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
Theio wtiro very fuw cases on tho
polite court rnlciiclnr this morning,
end only live camo up for trial.
S, A. Crnwford, wlfti was up under
the vng net, was lined $8 nnd costs,
nml Abraham Knmanlee, who ns
naulted Ills wife, while ho wns dis
guised In liquor, was given llftecu
ilajs' fieo board and lodging.
Tho case against Jo.-eph W. Oli
ver, who Is chniged with being u
vagrant, wns continued till tomor-
iow nt tho request of his attorney,
Davis was due nt nnother court
this morning and could not wnlt to
argue tho technical objection ho had
taken to tlio charge against Oliver.
As the attorney IcTt the court he le
marhed In n whlsper'lo lib? client:
"Vou'vu gut u good fighting ehiinec
The case against (leorgn SltOuw
nn, chniged with nssaull unit bat
tel), was continued till Thuisday.
f'ranclkco lina, who Imbibed moro
boozo than wns good for him jester
day, and hail loii'cquciitly lo spend
the night In thu cells, faced .luugo
Andrndo this morning, nnd was lined
Jim Donovan, who emulated Ti
na's pcrformnnio with great surcrst.
was hcnt to Jail for thirty daja for
the offense. ,
Bishop Trust Co.
Japanese, In this city
go to work nio nicieb
it lilac o In tho vagianc ' list. Tho
tlmo has passed when "Vono will bo
begged to work when ucro nro so
ninny othcis standing by ready to
ttiko his place
Jiulgo Woodruff's first caso np
pe.trs to ho ono of tho overworked
Kilinunils Act piosectitlons. Does
this menu that two Judges nro to ho
i iigagetl 111 cm reeling mu mnrum m
other part of tho town, whllo
t Itt list cases and other business slum-
Iber In the pigeon liolcsv
hand Is against every mnn's and who
certainly Is not to bo blamed If ovcry
man's hand Is not against him.
The owner of tho Advertiser nnd
tho rank nnd lllo of its staff aiu
said to bo loyal to tho law and
order in this Usito, but wo nro
afraid that tho editor of tho paper
Is no more mi than he has to bo to
piescrvo nppearnnccs beforo tho pub
lic. When this Btriko hns passed Into
history and tho Impartial Investiga
tor reviews tho utterances of the
public press on tlio matter, wo be
llevu tluft whllo much that Is com
mendable will bo found In tho col
umns of the Advertiser on that Is-
Mie, tho llnul Judgment will be that
W Ilefmo Honolulu people hnvo falr
ly realized It, n new military camp
flias been established near Diamond
Head, nnd a loeky waste Is well on
pho wny to a most nttractlvo home ts attitude In tho light of tho gicat
ffor Hoops. This Is only ono of tho h.SUC3 thieatcniiiR nnd healing clown
Rjiinny iniiigs mo i uiutu. kuvi-i h
Jliicht Is doing In tho eclicnio of help
ling. Honolulu grow.
"Advertising Is tho loud volco of
bioretiaslon that penetrates to the
fliearthsldes of tho nation. It Is the
flonc arm of commerce) that toadies,
Sironi the distributing ceutcr to eu'ty.crous Ueleuso of Mr, Llghtfoot lu'
upon this whole community was
weak nnd that it discharged Its tin
ties in a perfunctory wny nnd lit
terly fulled to lender tho full, vlg
ot oils and comprehensive service) that
Its position boforo the public demanded.
Thu public, after reading tho lg
Amonir ouf "For Sales" wc ha ve opportunities for the small in
vestor as well as the one of lartro m cans. By woy of example, wc have
a $1,200 property consisting of two (3) five-room cottages in a locality
readily rented. We can sell this as nn investment or sell the houses
singly for homes,
An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Road to beach,
with 100 foot frontap;e on beach. Price $3,500.
We have for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x00, Waianuenue Street,
Hilo. Size of building- 20x30. Best business location in Hilo,
but tho Btriko Is but begun, nml tho
present Issuo and tho strlko prosccu
lions that have been going on nnd will
bo going on for sonic months to come,
Is n despcrnto effort to tie, It pus
slide, this community to lnw nnd ord
er; to fstabllsh whatovcr may ccmo
thu slmplo nnd fundamental pioposl
tlon that ono man shall nut commit n
breach of tho peace against nnother
shall bo firmly sustained and lojnlly
supported by everyone.
If thu better element of tho Jnp
nncso community will not fall Into
line, mi much the worso for them.
That Is very much to bo regretted.
Hut our duty, tlio duty of the citi
zens of Hawaii, Is plain nml clear
bejond n perndvenlitre, that Is con
tusion worse confounded is not to
come, tho fundamental enforcement
of law and order must iccclvu tho
hcnity support of every law-ubldliig
Let no ono bo deceived by nny
Mich disingenuous nnd iitlschlct-fes-terlng
plea .that tho strikoiB nnd tho
Higher Wage Association tiro lo bo
looked upon ns crilng but misguided
weaklings who, after nil, linvu to
hu (onsldcied with pity nnd in a
fccnii-cnmmlscrutlng splilt. If wo
hnvo nny taipply of pity or commis
eration or good will or sympathy nt
'our command, let it bo extended
upon our own, upon tho support of
tlio laws of our country and tho
maintenance, of tho simple proposi
tion thnt aliens within our hordois
shall conform lo lnw nnd order as
well ns anyone else, or wo will know"
tho leason why. ,
Tho Ho.ud of Supervisors of Hawaii
hao pitched lit to help (ho Hoard of
I'uhllc Instruction out of Its ninny dif
ficulties. Mr. Kin; returned tod ly
from tho Ills Islin I. whew he has been
woiklng cm liu'incss connected with
tho department. The Hoard thcro has
voted jaiUO fur this nrmtli to mnko to
pairs In those school houses that need
It nnd fiver other necessary Improve
ments. i:ciyllilug Is expected to
como out tidy when school opens on
September ID with all tho (cachets al
most satisfied ns to, their billets nnd
room for nil the pupils,
Tho United Slates Dlstilct Attor
ney's ollleu Is looking for tho owner of
n rocky "Island" off Kanal. Undo S im
wants to erect n lighthouse cm It nn I
to do so must secure tho land nnd
cannot nccuio It until he finds tho own
er. Now no ono seems to know wi.o
docs own It nnd investigation of turli
lien nnd lecoids nro proving that no
body bus oi cr owned it. It might tako
an Annexation Ticaly by Congiess tu
DRUNKEN JUROR IS FIRED OUT.
Property at Pearl Ciiv, near" Depot. Tantalus home (or one year
Thu Orpheiim had its usual ciowd
last night and liefoie tho 111 si mo
tion picture was thiown on (ho
sci ecu there was standing loom only
nnd not much of that. Tim piogrnm
inrlod somewhat fiom tho pluvious
performances, nnd Jllss Stella Gray
had her flrnt cliuuco hero In tho
spotlight, Tho motion plctuies wero
good, and by icqucst the Italian cav
alry wero seen again. Mr. Unilo
wns good, us usual, nnd tho deep
voiced Moswcn had everybody going
some. The nftcrplero was very fun-
ny. II pnitiaycd sonic of tho dls
( milfoils nnd annoanccs of it theat-
ileal manager, nml ft mu tho facial
expressions It must hnvo been ory
(Continued from Paz 1)
monthly sums from tho paper for
his work. lie did, ho said, get
"small rewards" for occasional copy.
He denied Hint "copy" wns ever sub
mitted to Maklno or Ncgoro or that
either of tho two dictated tho poli
ties of the paper or had u word to
say In icgard to tho coutiol of tho
organ of the Higher Wage Associa
Tho examination of Soga was very
hliort, I.lghtroot showing him tho trans
lations from tho JIJI offered In ovl-
denco by tho prosecution and going
over them with him.
Ills cross examination by Mimuy
was commenced nt 11 nu and the mi mo
piocecduro icpcaled, lie stated that
many of the pa pern and parts of ul It
ers, ttnnidatlons of pipers taken by
tho police from tho safe of the J.IIJL
wero ncicr ptltitcd In that paper be
cause thoy weiu taken beforo It was
ready to publish them.
155 editorial rooms 2f but
nest office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Zmr BULLETIN ADS PAY fp
"What Is u shoplift d?" itsked
teacher of tho Jiivenllu class.
Tho class failed (n respond.
"Well," continued tho teacher, "sup-
poso you wero nil lambs that Is, little
bheep what would I bo?"
"A big hheep," lepllvd tho boy nt tho
foot of tho class.
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Wc carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards.
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