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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUO. U, 1909.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Wallace r. Pgrrlngton, . - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
Tcf Month, mi)Mhtr In IJ.S S) ,7B
Ptt yuarttr, tnvwher. In U.S 3.uo
Tct Vrtr, nvJitic lnU.S H.oo
Ptt Vr, ostiiid, loitijn 13. ou
CISCULATION IABOEST OF ANY NEWSPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl I Editorial Rooms, - 185
I Buslnens Office, - 256
Man is his own star; and that soul
Be honest is the only perfect man,
K koihI loads la nil that Major
Jircw-c nsks, give tlicm to Mm, nnil
to It now.
Should Claudius Mcllrydc f.ill to
hrlng tin' wild Illlo broncos to time,
Ihfio'B no uc sending anyone clso
Iioiii Honolulu to do It.
Who was It that promised that
f leaks would pass away when Carl
Smith was taken Into tlio offlco ot
Hawaii's County Attorney?
Everything that Hussl.i nuts
nlloat, either on sen or In the. ulr,
appears to have a natural bent for
the bottom by tho shortest route.
This Is tho first touch of a Kan
rus glimmer weather Honolulu has
hail, and nnto how free It Ih from
tho Kunsas discomfort and terror.
Now that they nro trying to col
lect extra licenses from Honolulu
business men, Illlo can never prove
nn nllbl on the Fourth of July over
charges. Honolulu people should build up
null a strong sentiment for home In
vestment of money made In Hawaii
that tho man who sends his money
nbrtiad will do It on u dark night.
If the visiting Congressman are
made to feel that they arc being
hedged about by special Interests,
somo one or perhaps more of them
Is likely lo lump the traces nnd
break loose unexpectedly.
Great bodies move slowly, but
when the extra steamships aro once
minted between hero nnil tlin mnln
land to nciommodatc the Increasing
passenger trael, they will soon bo
coming in droves.
It Isn't that people do not wish to
entertain the Congressmen, but
rather that the majority bcllcvo tho
visitors would enjoy themselves far
better It given freo swing and tho
absolute freedom of the hotels.
When Hawaii Is only four days
distant from tho mainland for cruis
ers running under full speed, It
won't tnl.o so long as was once
thought necessary lo assemble n
good-sized fighting force In these
Mr. Mott-Smlth snys that Hawaii
county has done well In responding
to tho demands of tho typhoid fever
epidemic In Kona. Let us repeat
this good word for Hawaii county as
often as possible-; It Is so seldom wo
Honolulu supervisors would mnko
a namo for themselves by passing an
nrdlnnnco icqulrlng every person
convicted of reckless nulo driving to
wefir a fool's cap for six weeks
thereafter while sitting In the driv
Thoro Is only ono way to flguro
out Honolulu's future Each man
has then lo consider whether ho will
get In and help It to n grander fu
ture or spend his time haggling by
tho wayside over llttlo splto cam
paigns and peanut politics.
Good, old-fashioned coin is best
iiftpr nil. After experimenting with
tho now ten dollar gold piece, only to
develop n stiong proferonco for the
good old eagle, the authorities tried
n Lincoln cent-pleco that was Imme
diately roundly condemned becnuso
It does not fit tho penny-In-the-slot
machines. Tho only change that
wll satisfy the people on tho money
question Is moro of It.
The rnclfic nrona Is to bo tho
greatest theater of commerce that
the world has ever scenr Amorlca
Is In a position to exercise suprem
acy In this floM of endeavor. If the
nation remains truo to Its past thero
can bo but ono outcome. From It,
II. Hosmer's address before tho Na
tional Irrlgntlonal Congress,
If you feel that tho nation will
not icmaln true to Its past, you will
Pr Sl Mnitiu .Bit
Pr Vmi, inrwhtielnU.3 l.ou
Pl Yttr ij-tir In CnuiU... t.Ka
t'erYt oititld, loltlin a.ou
Entered it the Pottoflice at Honolulu
AUGUST 24, 1909
lark confidence In Honolulu. If jou
nro nn enthusiastic American, thcio
Is but one conclusion.
' -i jji
Ono of the business magazines
prints n letter from n manufacturer
who explains that thcro Is not
enough profit In hli line to Justify
hint In advertising. This, or course,
Is chiefly Interesting as showing that
tho Idea still obtains In somo quar
ters that advertising bills arc nec
essarily paid out of profits, On tho
contrary, they nro paid out of tho
costs ot production and marketing.
Advertising lowers the cost of pro
duction by Increasing the quantities
produced, and at tho same tlmo It
substitutes tho cheapest soiling
method for the most expensive. Tho
denier who complains Hint his pro
fits aro Binall has only himself to
blame. The dally ncwsnnneni nro
nt his disposal, and it is tho function
or good newspaper advertising to en
hnnce pioflts without enhancing
prices to the consumer. Ilniu.
1 1 n advertising always brings In
creased business lo the producer. It
helps him grow With thn cpnernl de
velopment of the town.
Comment was made In, these col
li nns a few weeks ago upon an ail
ress of Professor Palmer of Harvard
In which he was represented nB hav
ing urged young ladles and young men
to flirt a little more nnd uu a little
Now comes the dignified urofessor
cccuiolng tho chnlr of Natural fie
llglou. Moral Phllosonhv and Civil Pol
ity nt Hnnnrd with a communication
pituiisnoil in tile Outlook. He btato3
that ho did not say what ho was rep
resented as sajlng, or nt least tho ie
port was merely a half truth nnd ho
then piocceds to lambaste the news
papers. Hla letter Is very Interesting but too
long to be given In full. It should bu
noted on bchnlf of tho newspaper that
Prof. Palmer made his great and fool
ish mistake when ho refused to bo In
terviewed on his address, whether tho
reporter was from the yellowest or the
whitest ot Iloston's newspapers.
Of his rental ks that ho claims wcto
distorted, end which should under any
circumstances Interest young women
and mothers Prof. Palmer says:
"On Juno lfl I delivered a Com
mencement address nt a girls' collcgo
In lloston, taking for tny subject tho
common objections to tho higher edu
cation of women, objections generally
rather felt than formulated by hesltat
Ing motheis. Flvo wore mentioned:
tho danger to health, to manners, to
marriage, to religion, ami to compan
ionship with parents In tho homo.
These I described from tho parents'
point of view, and then pointed out
tho misconceptions on which I be
Moved them to rest. In speaking of
manners. I said that a mother nrinn
fears that attention to study tuny
mako her daughter awkward, keep her
unfumlllar with tho general world, and
leavo her unfit for mixed society. To
wnicn i replied that In tho roro cases
whero Intellectual Interests do for a
tlmo overshadow tho social, wn mnv
well bear In mind tho rclatlvo difficul
ties of subsequent repair. A girl who
has had only social Interests hern
twenty-one does not usually gain Intel
lectual ones afterwards; wlillo tho
ways of tho world aro rapidly noqulrod
by any joung woman of hrnln. To n.
lustrato, I told of u strong student of
uaiiclirro who had lived much with,
drawn during her course tlmm nim-m.
ing her uncollegiuto parents by her
bieniier inteiest In social functions. At
graduation they pressed her to dovnto
a year to balls nnd dinners nmi in ...no
terlng what they regarded as tho oc
ean art Oi manners, She camo to mo
for counsel, and I ndvlaeii imr in no.
cede to their wishes. Tllrt hard. M
cald I, 'and show that a collcgo girl Ih
equal to whatover Is required of her.'
Tills was the only allusion to tho
naughty topic Which IIIV unnrM, .,
hour in length, contained,
"That nvnlitnir nn. tt ,l, ...,.,. -..
i " M jtJiiuwesi
of the Dojton papers printed a report
oi niy -Anurous on Flirtation,' and tlio
next day u reporter camo from tlio
Houses To Let
Fort St 2 ' $ 8.00
Kaimuki 1 12,00
Kalakana Ave 2 12.00
Union and Garden Lane 3 18.00
1818 Anapnni St 2 20.00
Waikiki (Camp McKin-
ley 4 25.00
Seventh and Hannaloa
Ave., Kaimuki 2 25,00
Pawna and Young St.. 4 25.00
Elm and Birch Sts 3 25.00
Kinau and Alapai Sts. . 2 20,25
Magazine & Spencer Sts. 2 27.50
Waialae Boad 2 30.00
1111 Kinau St 3 32.50
1245 lunalilo St 3 32.50
725 Kinau St 3 32.50
Manoa Valley 3 35.00
Bates St 2 35.00
Elsie Ave. and Young St. 4 40.00
1280 Beretania St 5 40.00
Richard St., nr. Hotel. . 2 40.00
Magazine & Spencer Sts 2 $35.00
Makiki St 3 50.00
1257 Kinau St 5 55.00
1246 Alexander St. . . . 3 60.00
1475 Thurston Ave. ... 4 60.00
came paper requesting nn Interview."
Here Is whero tho enorable piofes-
tor Hindu his first mistake:
"The Interview I refused, saying
that I had glcn no such address nnd
I wished my namo kept altogether out
Then camo the Ino liable result:
"Tlio following Sunday, howctor.
the bubble was fully blown, tlio paper
printing n column ot pretended inter,
view, generously adorned with head'
lines and quotation marks, setting
forth In gay colors my 'advocacy of
When Prof. Palmer began to reap
tho whirlwind of his own error ot re
fusing to stato what ho wished tho
public to understand ns regards his
opinions, ho had to take notlcn and
this Is what he says ot it:
"And now tho dirty bubble began to
float. Not being n constant reader of
this particular paper, I knew nothing
of its mlBchlet until a week had gone
by. Then remonstrances began lo bo
tent to me from all parts of tho coun
try, denouncing my hoary frlvOllty.
From half tho States ot the Union
they camo, and In such numbers that
few days of the past month havo been
freo from a morning Insult. My mall
has been crowded with solemn or do
rlslvo editorials, with distressed let
ters, abusive postal cards, and occa
sionally tho leaflet of somu rocletv
for the prevention of vlco. Its slgnlf
lean passages marked. During nil this
hullabaloo I have been silent. Tho
story was already widespread when
my attention waa first culled to It. It
struck me then as merely a gigantic
piece of summer silliness, arguing
emptiness of tho editorial mind. I felt,
too, how easily a man makes himself
ridiculous In attempting to prove that
ho is not n fit subject for ridicule, nnd
how In tho long run character Is Its
own best vindication. I should ac
cordingly prefer to remain silent still.
"But tho story, llko all that touches
on questions of sex, has shown a
strnngo persistency. My friends nro
dlsqulctod. Harvard Is defamed, no
ports of my depravity hmo lately
been sent to mo from English nnd
French papois, nnd In a recent number
of Llfo I nppcar In n capital cnitoon,
my uttcranco being reckoned ns ono
of tho principal Incidents of tho month.
Perhaps, then. It Is ns well to say that
Building Lots, Manoa Valley
Hillside Ave., 90x150.
Good soil, extensive view.. .$950.00
East Manoa Koad 17,000 sq. ft.
Desirable location $1,000.00
Upner Manoa Road 36,000 sq. ft.
A bargain at $2,000.00
Nuuanu Valley An acre build
ing lot on Nuuanu St., near
Country Cluti ....'. $1,800,00
, Houses for rent in all
parts of Honolulu.
Six Acre Farm
In MANOA VALLEY,
a few minutes' walk
from end of car line,
land cleared. New
5 room bungalow;
Beautiful view of sea.
no such Incident tins occurred, nnd
that, now, when nil of us have had our
laugh, tho racket had better cease.
"Hut such persistent pursuit of an
unoffending person throws Into strong
relief four defects In our newspapers,
and especially In tho attitude of our
people tow-nrd them. In tho first place,
tho plan ot reporting practiced hcru
Is a mistaken one, nnd Is adopted, so
far ns I know, nowhero else on earth.
Our pnpcis rarely try to glvo an ord
ered outline ot nn address. They
either report verbatim, or moro usual
ly tho reporter Is expected to gather
n lot of taking phrases, icgardlcss of
"I was In general known to bo n
quiet person, with no liking for notor
iety, a toucher of ono ot tho gravest
ot subjects In n dignified university. I
hnd Just published a largely circulat
ed biography, presenting nn exalted
Ideal of marriage. It struck the press
of tho country as a diverting thing to
revcrso all thin In a day, to plcturo mo
ns favoring looso relations of tho
sexes, nnd to attribute to mo buffoon
ery from which cvdry decent man re
colls. ' ''
"Again, our people seem growing In
capablo ot taking a Joke or rather
of taking nnythlng else. Tho lino
which parts lightness from reality Is
becoming blurred. My lively remark
has scned as tho subject for porten
tous sermonizing, whllo tho earnest
r.ppeal made later In my address to
look upon marriage seriously, as that
which gles life Its best meaning, has
been either passed by In sllenco or
mentioned ns giving additional point
to my nonsense, Tho passion for
fncitlnusucss Is taking tlio heart nut
of our coplo nnd killing truo merrl
mont. Tho 'funny column' hns so long
I'scd marriage nnd Its nccompanlmciits
as n standing Jest that It is becoming
difficult lo think of It In any other
way, nnd tho divorce court appears ns
merely the natural end of tho comedy.
"Tho part of this affair, however,
which should glvo us gravest concern
Is the lazy credulty of tho public.
"Nothing In nil this curious business
has surprised mo moro than tho ease
with which Iho American pcoplo nn
bo hoaxed. Ono would oxnect decent
pel sons to put two nnd two together,
and not lo lot a story gain ncccptanco
from them unless it had somo relation
to tho character of him of whom It
was told. I please myself with think
ing that If n plcco of profanity wcro
reported of President Tnft I should
think no worso of President Tnft. but
very badly nnd loudly of thnt paper.
nut perhaps I too nm pn.Amerlcnn.
Perhaps I too might rest natUnnd wllh
rnylng 'I saw It In print.' Only then
i siionid no unreasonable lo complain
of bad newspapers."
If Professor Palmer had slated tho
facts clearly to tho reporters who had
Intcrvlowcd him nnd had then been
misrepresented, ho would have hnd
Just and amplo cnuso for complaint.
ins snobbish determination to lg
nore the wholo outfit nnd not even nl.
tempt to correct tho error of n pos-
siiiio careless writer made him n fit
subject for nil ho cut. nnd milnig i
tho conclusion thnt It will bo hard to
correct the admittedly pll branch or
tho newspapers when tho nntlcs of u
monk of a professor mako It necessary
lo point his faults ns clarlnir n Dm
evil ho rnves against.
NOT ON LIST.
Honolulu. T. II.. Auc. 23. innn.
Editor E v o n I n g II u 1 1 c 1 1 n :
In your paper of Monday, August 23,
i!o, on pago 2. niincars nn nrticlo
concornlng ono Mnndovlllo do Mnr
Igny Hall under the heading "Ynlo
Graduate Held ns Forcer." Tim
Directory of Living Graduates of
Ynlo Unvcrslty, edition of 1908, pub
lished by tho University, contains
tho nnmo of no such person.
ALHEIIT F. JUDO.
Grounds and Hotel Offered
For Feast To Be Given
"Tho Seaside for Mayor Fern's big
That Is Ills Honor's final decision,
announced this morning, nttcr com
pleting the inspection of nt least
twenty-five places In tho city. For
several days the Princess Hlnlc seem
ed to bo tho mont favorable, hut Wil
liam Lelschmo&'s offer of the Seasldo
Hotel grounds settled tho matter
Today COO Invitations are being
printed and will be sent to the Con
gressmen upon their arrival, and to
government, military, county and
city officlnls, nnd many prominent
citizens who nro on tho "list." Over
twclvo hundred names havo been re
ceived In tho Mayor's office, and it
Is ma''lrg Secretary Rlvenburgh
scrctc' Ms head thoughtfully in tho
segregation act, for It Is the wish of
the Mayor not to slight anybody.
Four Immense tables will bo
spread on tho lawn with nil ot tho
tempting and mslciIoua dishes of
tho native feast, which will bo un
der tho personal supervision of
Mayor Fern. Tho giounds and
buildings bnvo been ofTored abso
lutely free to hlin for tho luau, and
It Is believed that with n few extra
electric lights over tho lawn, that It
Is nn Ideal placo In which to cele
brate such an nftnlr. After tho
feast, tho ti.oles will bo removed
from tho big open hotel floor, nnd
to tho best music (hat can bo secur
ed for tho occasion dancing will bo
tho order of tho ovcnlng.
The above cut shows the "Ar
nold" Knit Ninllt TIi-jvip.. fn,- M,!U-
ren, the ideal sleeping garment. We
nave nil ages irom a to 10 years.
Prices 70o to $2 jier garment.
BIG BLOCK SOLO
OF HAW. GOM'L
Prices So High That Little
Action Results In
Klcvcn bundled shares of Hawaiian
Commercial wcro sold jesterdny af
ternoon nt prices rnnglng nil thy way
from 34,25 to 3I.S0. This is tho high
est prlco over paid for such :i largo
block of this stock, nnd tho cm lout
part of It is that the prlco la strength
ening under the transaction.
This for tho moment hns taken pub
lic attention oft Wnlnlin that has
been selling In good slr.ol blocki up
lo llfi.SO nnd holds fnlrl strong nt
thnt figure. Plonicr has again rhnwn
nn ndvanro and IIc.nok.ia l.'ii morning
gao cvlduico of reaching par vuluo.
Tho trouble is that tho market Is so
high that tho crowd hnr.llv kiiovd
what to turn In next. The rdwiuco In
Wnlalim is said in bo duo to n repoit
that tho illvlilcn I will bo Inci cased, al
though nothlu.-; lo coiiflim this has
como rrom thi agents. The cinwd
however claims that with WnlnluaV
lato crop and tho high prko ot sugar.
thcro will bo so iruoh menoy on hand
that tho divider..! will huvo lo bo In
creased. Thnt'i. Iho whole story. Jit it
what has operated to stnt Il.iwnlli.i
Commercial moving Is not known al
though tho entliui lasts predicted rump
tlmo ngo that this stock wjuld go lo
Thcro Is plenty of money In Hie
town nnd somo of Iho pcoplo nro hav
ing a bard time figmlng how they can
Deputy High-Sheriff Doyle
Keeps Track of Cases
High Sheriff Chester Doyle Is au
thority for the Elnlcment nudo this
morning when Interviewed on tho
fcubject of Suiuhy closing of sa
loons by tho recent order mndo by
tho Liquor LIwiuo Commlrslon, that
ho has wllno.iscd moro diunkennc3s
In tho city, especially on Sunday
nights, since tho order went Into
effect thnn nt nny period for years
In tho history of Honolulu.
"I havo Kept n tloso watch of the
matter," sal dJIr. Doyle, "to seo
what tho effect of tho Sunday clos
ing of saloons would be, nnd I have
never seen so much drunkenness, es
pecially on Sunday nights. It Is
keeping us scry busy, and I don't
know what we nro going to do nbout
It If tho condition keeps up. I havo
kept n list of cases under my notlco
nnd nm ready to furnish Informa
tion on tho matter at any time."
After n very uxcltlu-i camo ot baso
ball on Iho City diamond Hits noon.
Iho Uullellu nlnu defeated tho Star
team by a scoro of 3 to 2.
Tho tcoro was 3 lo 0 un till tho
ninth Inning, when tho Stars managed
to get two men home, "llulcher" was
tho first to scoio, nnd "Itlllo" made
Iho other run. Tho usual crowd
watched tho game, nnd n cheer went
up when "Hutch" got homo safe.
Superintendent Ilabbltt of tho Do-
paitmcut of Public Instruction will bo
u returning passenger on thu Lurllno
lomoriow. Superintendent Ilabbltt
went to Iho mainland as n dolcgnto
to (he National Irrigation CougrctM
(.ml nlso wau n visitor nt tho Alavlci.
Yukon exposition. Durlnr hla absence
Mrs. Wilcpx hns been tho uctlng Sup
erintendent. 185 editorial rooms 2JJQ busi
ness office. These are the telephone
lumbers of the Bulletin office
Alakca St,, bet. Kintr and
Hotel. 50x95 $11,000.00
Lunalilo St., Modern Bun-
Kalow, 6 rooms and
bath, a beautiful home
School St,, near Emma, 7
rooms and bath, mod
School St., near Nuuanu,
0 rooms and bath ....
Queen St.. cor. of Cum-
minRs, 0 rooms ......
Others cnuallv as ocod.
Real Estate Exchange,
Hot or Cold Meals
BETWEEN G A. M. AND
START A SAVING: ACCOUNT. .
BANK OF HAWAH, LTD.
For Quick Communication
"police 'am notes
:-'. Fiijlmnlo this morning pleaded
guilty In tho police, court to having;
Kicked Antonio Fmtns in tho stoni
nch whllo tho boy wns playing mar
bles. Judgo Andrndo lined him S"U
Tho case of n Korean who an
swered to the eloquent title ot Hoy,
but who wns ns dumb us Tantnlus
when the Interpreter asked him
what his nnmo was, sticking his lin
ger In his mouth and looking coyly
nt tho Judge, was set over until Sat
urday. Alex Aim, J. P. Hachl, Knlanl
Ann, Hen Tnlbcrt, Tanaka, NnUn
miirn nnd FiiJImoto wero fined $7
and costs for Indulging In 7-11.
Charles Chllllngworth, their attor
ney, prove'd thnt they had not been
playing, but unfortunately could not
got around tho fact that they wcro
only waiting for'others to como be
fore they commenced.
Abnut Si wns found on tho ground
In front of them and Hachl had dlco
In his hands. When Judgo, Andrndo
found them guilty, Chllllngworth
Immediately noted nn appeal, and
Judgo Andrnde, who had not yet Im
posed lentemo, deciding lo glvo
them something to appeal from, fin
ed them 20. This was afterward
reduced to $7.
Tho caso of J. A. N'aauno nnd Ah
Chuck, who were found npproprlnt
ing part of tho cargo of tho Vir
ginian, was set over until tho 31st,
ns was that of Y. Mltl, accused of
selling liquor without n license.
APPEAL OLD CASE
Deputy Attorney flenoral l.orrln Au
druws has perfected his appeal to thu
Supremo Court in tho caso of tho Ter
ritory ngalnst Nclllo Ilustaco ot nl,
nllcgod to ha,vo obstructed a public
load on tho slto of Iho Moana hotel.
Tho canu Is an old one, suit having
been hioiight by Amlrow;sl In IliOfi, to
nbalo a imlii.inco. In dismissing the
complaint Judgo ItoMnaon 'held Hint
Iho pioper iccourso for Iho Territory
to hno hnd In tho premises would
havo been a suit In ejectment, but Iho
Attorney Oencral's department does
not th'lnk tho Interpretation of tho Cir
cuit Couit Is conclusive.
185 editorial rooms y50 busl
ness office. These are the telephone
Mimhnr r ftn niillMIn nffleo.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Cor, Fort and M erchant Streets,
82 King St. Phone 152.