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BVEKIWQ .TOLLBTm, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1009
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by
ai ju AiDR oireei, nonoiuiu, xemtory o( Hawaii. '
''Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Toeiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TVf f Editorial Rooms, - 185
iCI,IBuslnes8 Office, - 256
Entered at the frntoffict at Ilooolulu
t ifconj-clam mi tier.
MONDAY AUGUST 23. 1900
Bid us hope for victory.
If we ourselves are true,
We may despise what all the earth
can do. True Trojans.
Wellinati Id gaining n llttlo c.rh
time. Tin; latent fiasco landed hlra
thirty-two miles nenrer tlio Pole. '
mid lie la Kill) n living licro. Anil '
Jiiuy luivo trnvclcil nil the wa, but
Al'ilio never rntno bad!.
A 10 mp leading Mr. Ughtfoot's
nddrest to the conspiracy Jury finds
It linnl to understand why he would
keep Mr. Denlnc here, It the words
uf that speech ore Intended to con-i
ey tho thoughts expressed.
What Is needed with tho Congress
slonal party Is to bring them In
touih with tho people generally. If.
that Is done under the program out-'
lined, It Is Just as good as nnothur,
iiml perhaps better.
Open meetings hold by the mem
bers of tho Immigration Commission (
will glvo everyone an opportunity io
nay In the open nil ho has said on
the street corners or behind tho -if-lice
door. Hut will each nnd every
one say It In tho open?
When Do Young urged Hawaii?.-'
business men to divide their lands
nnd sell them out, wo enn lmagli.o
KOtnc of them thought "Thni's nil i
light, Mike, but since when did you I
turn philanthropist? When did jou-
build up n business and sell It out
piecemeal at a loss?"
, Prohibition In Georgia has added
, nothing to the cause of temperance.
,; In nil things If the comment of At-
Innta editors may bo nceeptcd as a
sample. When Kdltor Gray of the
'., Journal dismisses Kdltor Howell as
P "ripped and riven to his sawdust
k heart, the stuffed rag-baby of Goor-
f gla Journalism." and Editor Howell
Jr lcplles that Editor Gray Is "n hope
less ass to whom truth nnd honor
uro but empty words," surely Lord
Morley should retract his remarks
nbout Journalism not being litera
ture, and Mrs. U M. X. Slovens
(should desist from preaching that
prohibition promotes peace.
"Put your money In the new In
dustries." II. I. Ilaldwln sounds n keynote
for tho men of wealth nnd cveu tho
. llttlo fellow who lias made a surplus
through tho prosperity of theso Is
lands. And Mr. Ilaldwln Is appar
ently setting an example In his own
Hawaii has made n surplus for
many men. They have dono well,
nnd all too ninny liavo taken tho
funds gained through tho develop
ment of our sugnr Industry nnd In
vested abroad to nsslst In tho up
building of sniuo other community.
Wo have no fault to find with tho
other community, but wo do declnro
that Hawaii should come first, ns a
matter of business obligation nnd
also ns n land of promise Hint will
return to tho Investors a thousand
fold moro than tho outside, proposi
tion that looks well on paper.
Mr. Ilaldwln has tho right to
jircnch from this text becauso ho has
practiced It. Tho Haiku pineapple
project was n new Industry mado
possible through tho backing of a
man who mndc his money hero nnd
is spending It here. Tho Knhulut
hnrbor development Is along tho
tamo general plan of action.
; It Is pleasing to noto that Mr.
Ilaldwln Is not tho only ono. The
estate funds that aro going Into tho
Irrigation projects, tlio funds that
ore being Invested in railway con
struction and extension, the build
ing operations of tho McCnndlesses
are all along this line, and It Is a
right lino. Alexander Young set a
pace several years ago, having con
fidence In tho city nnd tho Territory.
Dcsplto tho criticism to which ho
has been subjected, ho Is making
good; nnd soon there will he demand
for oven larhor nnd more elaborate
hotels to caro for tho Increasln"
, Thoso investing their money olse-
ki-wnere firu mil jur rciuoveu Hum iiiu
mlttlo brown brothers against whom
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tlio complaint Is lodged that they
send every penny home.
Home Investment builds up busi
ness and strengthens tho community
In ccry way. It Ih n policy tho men
llli tho large, tho Binall nnd tho
medium bank accounts should ad
here to. llecuusc It Is right and be
cause It pays.
GREAT POWER FOR TAFT.
l-'ow If nny Congresses that have
deliberated on n tariff hill have
closed their work by delegating so
much pcrsonnl authority to tho
President of tho Nation ns that
which has Just closed. Opponents
of one-man rule see In this u dan
ger not to be regarded lightly.
The corporation tax Included In
the tnrlff bill calls for the assembling
nnd compilation of Information of
corporations throughout the country.
Not automatically by law, however,
Congress decrees, shall this Informa
tion bo made public, but solely "at
the direction" of the President. It
Is for htm personally to decide what
shall bo suppressed and what pub
lished. He Is made sole and abso
Tor the first tlmo n system of
maximum nud minimum tariff rates
' established. Hut Congress doe
l.ot determine when and where the
maximum or the minimum rat 01
ihnll bo Imposed. Tho President, so
Congress wills, shall decide whcthei
France or Germany or nny other
country with which wo trade shall
pay or escape an additional 25 per
vent, nd valorem tax on the goods
It sends us. He is to raise and re
do co tho tariff.
Again, In tho tariff bill Congicss
authorizes the Issue of 1290,000,000
In bonds for tho Pnnnmn Cannl. Hut
In a separate bill It authorizes the
President to enter Into contracts
for the completion of tho Panama
Cannl and harbors up to tho full
amount of tho bonds. In time of na
tional emergency President McK'n
lcy was given control of $50,000,0lei
for pieparntlons for war. Kor no
pressing reason, almost six time
that huge sum Is placed nt tho dpi
posal of President Tnft for use on
FELINE OUT OF THE BAG.
(Continued from Pass li
on tho "lid" waiting for nil explosion.
Ho Is tho Territorial Delegate und ho
with tho members or the I.eglslnturo
expect to look niter his colleagues
Mayor Kern Is happy now thnt
things liuvo come his way, but ho felt
considerably hostile n week ago for
the reason that a "frame up" by tho
litghorups had apparently eliminated
his offlco from the program. Ho has
been Invited Into the band wagon how
over, nnd from tho looks of things his
limn will be ono of tho big ovents of
tho law makers' visit hero,
Georgo W, Smith, when Interviewed
about tho matter today, said: "It Is
true I Introduced n motion to tho ef
fect that tho presidents of tho Plant
ers' Association, Chamber of Com
merce and Met chants' Association each
r.piiolul a dclcgato from their organiza
tions ns members of tho General Com
mittee for tho entertainment of visit
Ing Congressmen. Tho motion did not
"Is this tho motion Prince Kuhlo ob
"Yes, he nsked that It bo modified bo
that tho matter might ho referred to
Another meeting of tho commutes
will bo held tonight at tho Governor's
Prluco Cupid when seen this after
noon snld: "I opposed tho motion be
causo I thought It nut of place to pick
out any particular organizations ns
against a lot of others that might bo
named. I would bo perfectly willing
for them to nnnio their men and I
would appoint them on tho committee,
but I thtuk this Is a matter In which
tho peoplo are Interested and ono or
ganization la on an equality with all
others, I don't want to shut mi) ono
out hut I want all to huvo a fair show
Just tho samp "
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FEE RAISED FOR
At a meeting of tho Snnltnry Com
mittee Saturday evening Mrs. Kllzn
bcth S. Dutot, matron of tho Kaplo
Inn! Maternity Homo, was present
und discussed with Supervisors Lo
gan, Ahlu and Aylett n da Irs of tho
Homo nnd its future. As a result uf
the conference, nt which Deputy
County Physician Mackall wns pres
ent, tho fco for maternity cases was
raised from $1.50 to 2 a day. The
reason for this is because that two
patients have practically to be
The Home originally nsked for
$150 a month, and this new ar
rangement while not providing qutto
thnt amount, will furnish J 1 10 to
$140 per mouth for the Institution
fees. It was also arranged to ad
mit cases within -I hours' notice to
Dr. Machall. Prince Kuhlo could
not be present owing to other busi
Tho I.usltana baseball nine defeated
tho San Antonio team by n scoro of
lf to 14 yesterday at Kaplolanl Park.
It was n good gninu and the officers
of tho well linonu Portuguese soci
eties put up a fine brand of hall.
Tho small Japanese boy who wns In
jured by being kicked in tho stomach
by another Japanese named Huklmoto,
is doing well nt tho Queen's hospital
nnd docs not nppenr to bo In danger
An aftldnvlt was filed this morning
In tho case of Manuel Garcia, by his
next friend Antonio Garcia, against
tho Kcknhn Sug.ir Company to tho ef
fect that, tho plaintiff was without suf
ficient money to pay tho costs of
A discontinuance was filed this
morning In tho caso of tho Hawaiian
Gnzctto Company, Ltd., against
Charles S. Dcsky and Morris Hoseii'
A general denial has been entered
by tho libelee In tho dlwirco action
brought by Nakl Ogawa against Unio
.Hillside Ave., 90x150.
Oood soil, extensive view.. .$950.00
East Manoa Road 17,000 sq. ft.
Desirable location $1,000.00
Upper Manoa Boad 36,000 sq. ft.
A bargain at $2,000.00
Nuuanu Valley An acre build
ing lot on Nuuanu St., near
Country Club $1,800.00
Houses for rent in all ,
parts of Honolulu.
.t J Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets. J J J .&
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3 B. R. .
5 B. R. .
3 B. R. .
4 B, R. .
SHERIFF JARRETT IS
RACK FROM COUNTRY
"I found everything In good order
on my trip of inspec'tlon," snld Sheriff
Jnrrett this morning, "tho country
Jails compuro very favorably with thu
city one, and tho officers nro nil, keenly
nllvo to their duties. A drove n Biirroy
and team as far as Kahuku nnd re
turned by train from thnt place."
Tho Sheriff left town on Thursday
ofternoon nnd went right nround tho
Island. According to his rcpnit every
thing Is quiet among the plantation
laborers along tho line, nud all liavo
tcttlcd down to tho simple life once
They hnd ovaporatpd peaches for
dessert and Dobby nto the lion's shore
When his llttlo brother Hilly looked
at thu dish It was empty.
"Where's my 'vaporatcd peaches?"
"Dunno," responded Hobby with an
Just then his mother caino up.
"Come, come," she said, sharply,
"where nro IHIly's ewiorntcl peach
es?" "'Deed I don't know, mamma. I I
guess they 'vaporated."
CALLED HIS BLUFF.
"Yes," said young Wlndlg, boasting
ly, "I pass most of my tlmo between
Chicago and New York."
"That's what your cousin told me,"
rejoined Miss Cayenne.
"My cousin!" replied Wlndlg. "V
what did ho say?"
"She said," replied Miss Cayenne
you lived In a little town In Ohio."
THE SORROW OF IT.
Tho Jokesmllh sat nt u tabic. On
his hands ho rested his bead, and nftur
trying to think 11 think this Is what
ho said: "Alas, my brain tank's em
ty! All thoughts seem to hnvo fled.
It's funny I can't remember thu Jokes
I think of In bed."
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numb eg t'i Bullatin nlflf...
OLIVER DIO NOT
Although the pollco department
has been congratulating Itself on
tho fact that Joseph' Oliver, tho al
leged champion bum of Honolulu,
wns out of the country, .loo has been
snugly located nt Kwn for tho pnst
Last week when tho dculbcat ap
peared in Court on n charge of vag
rancy, n suspended sentence of thir
teen months was registered against
him, nnd ho was told to get out of
Then, on tho following morning.')
ns there was no iippearanco of Jo
seph, It was assumed Hint ho had
stowed nway on some steamer, nnd
had at last left Hawaii. However,
n pollccmnn wns sent to Kwa to look
for sonio deserters from n ship now
In port, nnd tho flrnt person tho of
ficer snw nt Kwn was Ojlvcr, whonu
everybody thought was o ntho high
JobcpIi will get a warm reception
from Judgo Andrndo tomorrow
morning, us. tho Judge Is tired of
giving him chnnco after chance. Tho
county attorney will ho nsked to
move in tho mutter nnd nrinnga that
tho suspended Hontcnco of thirteen
months bo Inflicted In Oliver's case.
EMPEROR'S CHUM CHANCELLOR
OF GERMAN EMPIRE.
Prlnco von rtulow, retiring Imperial
chancellor, proiioscd to Emperor Wil
liam that he be succeeded by Dr. von
Uethminn-llollweg, secretary of tho
iuicrln- and vice chancellor. Tho em
pel or p-omptly accepted tho sugges
tion nud mado tho appointment. Dr.
von Dcthuiaun-IIollncg Is a college
friend ot tho emperor. Thoy wero
fraternity brothers In tho Iiorussln
corps nt 1:01m, and during thu cnttro
reign of William Dr. von Ilcthmnun
Hollueg often has advised lilm. Ho
Is a mull of reserved nud thoughtful
habits and has been culled tho "philos
Theio will bo a meeting ot tho Hono
lulu Uaheball Leaguo at Frank Thomp
son's oillco iit 110011 tomoriow. Tho
umcctlug has been called to wind up
tho business of tho old lenguo and dls
ciiBH other Impoituiit niatleis.
IJHt'tJ" H . .fcfcw
The above cut shows the "Ar
nold" Knit Night Drawer for child
r;n, the ideal sleeping garment. We
have nil ages from 2 to 10 years.
Iriccs 70c to $2 per garment.
Iri tW cSSK .VlifLVi
$ 8 tt it tt tt 8 it tt tt tt it tt tt tt j
88888 8 8 it U8UK8ttttttH
Tho Princess Ring Is a winner, nnd
Jon Cohen's now ndventuru has all tho
elements of n great success. If future
buslners Is to bo Judged by the crowds
that packed tho rink tho opening
nights, thtro Is llttlo doubt ns to Us
popular Btnndlng with tho community.
skimming llko n ilalnty fairy (Her
the smooth surface of tho floor, gleam
ing under tho bright light of tho many
ircs, twirling, leaning daintily from
cno sldo to tho other, Miss Wiener,
tho professional skutcr nt tho PilncesB
rink brought down tho house Satur
Dressed In whlto broadcloth, tailor
made, with a dainty, Ilusslun tiiquo
nerrhed conueltlshly on tho sldo of
her head, Miss Wiener swuyed nnd
romped her way Into tho hearts of
mnrn Ihnn two thousand liconlo who
crowded Into the narrow confines of
Society nnd the best, of It was there.
Tho very nicest peoplo In Honolulu
not onlj looked on nt tho skating but
Jupiter Pluvlits occupied the screen
nt tho Parte Open Air Theater, Kurt bo
low llorelunlu, on Friday night and
Iho weather on Saturday night wns
not too good so tho management will
cso tho pictures tonight that wero
Lliown 011 Saturday. Kcnllworth scored
mi Immediate success, tho scenery nnd
nctlng winning the plaudits of the aud
ience. Two comedians were shown,
Ono of the French school of humor and
tho other the Uroadwny style. Of
theso "Tho Pocket Policeman" seemed
to win favor on account of tho ex
tremely ludicrous situations. Tho olio
will bo chnnged nud tho artists will
Introduce new songs and stories.
Clean, healthy films nro the rule nt the
Park, on Fort street near llcrctanla,
nnd tho most particular person may
seo them and enjoy every ono.
There Is to bo n chnnco for Iho audi
enco nt tho nmplro to scream ltseV
into hysterics tonight over ono of the
funniest of motion pictures. "A VJsIt
from tho Homo Polks." There Is
enough pnthos In tho picture to give
It zest nnd enough genuine, not over
dono comedy to make tho world laugh.
In tho lino of the historical will be
"Nnpoleou tho Man of Destiny," nnd
ell lovers of tho wonderful llttlo Corsl
can should seojtheso pictures. So
much or an am action is tuts particular
series that it viun used to Illustrate nu
article on moving pictures In 11 recent
magazine Issuo. Another good ono Is
"A Uruvo Irlch I.nss," something thnt
will nppeal to admirers of modest
heroines. Tho kccnory throughout
Ireland Is tho most beautiful In tho
world nnd tho people types within
Tho play of "King I.ear" M. P.
feature today resembles a stouny
night succeeding n wild sunset, with
awful gusts of wind, presaging storm.
Follows n furious tempest of crlmo
nud madness, through which wo seo
dimly tho monstrous forms of (lonerll
end Itcgnn, Cornwall nnd Kdtntind. nnd
hear over nnd nuon, tlio wild laugh uf
Iho Fool, Iho mado howls of l.ear, and
tho low moaiiH of blind Olostcr; whllo
afar off, In 11 silvery radiance of moon.
light, Is Cordelia, standing calm nnd
peaceful llko 1111 angel of truth and
purity, nmld tho raging strife of 11
sinful and blood-stained world. At tho
last nro great thunderclaps of death.
The tempest ceases, and In tho grey
light of dawn wo seo tho corpses ly
Ing stirf nnd stark, tho Innocent and
guilty nliko whelmed In Iho blind
ruges of futo.
Como onrly, I.nst appearance, bc
foru going lo llllo, of Lesso, wizard
After 11 season of Actophoni) Iho
fiein has gonn back to tho old stand
by, tho motion pictures do I-uxo, nnd
will show n lot of new ones tonight.
Manager Kubcy hns n lino of films that
hccniB to bo In tho right direction for
they draw tho crowd nnd glvo satis
'faction. There will bo nu entlro
change tonight nnd Sam Nolnon's or
chestra will enliven things during Iho
show. Tho -program Is a good ono nud
should not bo overlooked by persons
who aio out to seo ovorythlng that Is
destined to put them In a better
ATHLETIC PARK TONIGHT.
Tho Alhletlo Paik will havo their
big moving pictures opening tonight
They will certainly havo a
great thaw. In addition in tho
series of pictures that mado such n
tremendous hit when they showod
thoni pro bono iiubllcn last WpiIiips.
day night, they will huvo glesha git Is
In .1(1, mn n..1 41....... ...... 1 . . '
... .,....v.7 .I,,,, uu-ru win no special
lighting effects for tho said dances.
Urn. King, tho popular nnd well
known soprano, will sing, nnd per-
f innces ho given by nu expert
A crown of glory is a beautiful
head of hair. An Australian lady
now In London
dato Jan. 28,
Will has dono my nair
K a world of good.
Ill1 Tlifik to It. my hau
ls cow thick, glowy,
and soft, and wkon
plaited h C5 Inclus
long. Aycr'sllntr Vigor
ought to to used by
every woman who
takes pride In her
You also may have
glory if you will
follow tho ex
ample of this lady and uso
It will removo all dandruff and
mako your hair rich and abundant.
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GRAND JURY WILL
It Is very piolnblo that McC.ui
dless nnd Citminlugs, who hao been
bold at tho pollco Million for home
time now, will be sent on to tho
(Ira nil Jury for lnestlgatlou. TI1I1
decision has been nrrlved at, and In
n short tlmo the two men will liavo
to fa co tho Juiors.
Although they huvo not (omn
through with any fiuther confession
with ii'gnrd lo the murder of Henry
YVothciill, they uro Mipposcd to
know nil about Iho tragedy, mid
when beforo tho Jury may dluilgo
something that will cither loinbt
or clear Wit I MM ot Iho crime.
WnlMKI has been charged with
tho minder nud hns lo appear beforo
tho Grand Jury ulso.
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