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EVENING nUU.RTtN, HONOLULU. T. It., "WEDNESDAY, SEPT.-Sr'OO: '
LY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
L MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
kWalluce R. Frrlnuton.
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Prr VrAr, l(iil(l, ttrUi. I3,HI
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
(f in the Territory
rYI I Editorial Rooms, - 185
I I 1 Business Office, - 256
t- Chide a friend in private and
J,prnisc him in public. Solon.
f l'"llng nmclilnts will not 1)0 tlio
rHily ncrlal attractions next year.
'.Mr. Ilullcy'a Justly cclebrateil comet
r.ls coming to till n date.
I Tliero nro believed to lmvo been
! jyrauds In connection with the Alai
'. rjlian coal fields, piovlng that tho
Kraft germ can thrIo even In n
A woman lias been appointed to
ft tin lifi Ir it ift nt limit ft I lfu ftt tlin ITnlo
Rorslty of I'nlltornta, but tho sterner
, hex will mill roullmic to furnish
rtrnlners tor the nine anil eleven.
lly Its decision that In connection
E with mothers' day" the fnthoi
jehull also bo recognized tho lntcr
Hriintlounl Stinilay-School Commltteo
tut Chicago inys homage to facts.
Imported nrt worl.s must be onu
L hundred jciirs olil to bo admitted
ireo or iliity. Tho larlrt still pro
tects our home Industry of manufac
turing nutPiucs against tho pauper
conipfiltlun of Europe.
SPEED FOLLY DEATH
of I Wtillo the country Is continually
( p rnlleil upon to bear tho shock of
S fatal accidents duo to automobiles..
It Is made aware that nearly nit
theso accidents nro unnecessary,
'l'hoy aio duo to the high speeds nl
which machines nro driven.
The lecent Hpecil contests nt In
dianapolis proved especially bloody.
,tOn II rnliran mihrvi.iifl tn lin na iififn nil
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tin courpo could be imulo there was an
unitizing list of fatalities that finally
jjk resulted In stopping tho races before
, " the program was complete.
,' J Tho remedy for there hideous Klll-
ilngs Is apparent. Demoniac per
formances In the lino of speeding
must bo piohlblted, Sanity must bo
npplled to tho nutomoblle. The pub
? I lie docs not require a raring init-
f clilno in which to go fioin plnco to
place. It wants n rcllnblo vehicle
capable of traveling at proper speed.
Anything beyond that Is n menace
to human life.
Tho subject ought to ' be given
careful consideration bv friends of
f' tlint llMlcrtllnrnnt tnnrlilnn tlin niitn
I mobllo. Stutild legislation Is mil
wanted, but wlso regulations which
Htlll further will Increase tho popu
larity of autnmoblllng by rendering
it safe for nit.
DR. ELIOT'SJEW RELIGION
Poor Dr. Eliot! Thp President
emeritus of HnrVnrd University sup
posedly ictlred to tho comforts, of
life and the adoration or at least
lcspvctful consideration of Ills fel
lownicn finds himself the center of
Hi must bitter criticism.
SI ' His unlquo position and notnblo
uimuy iiiikiiv u i'apul-il'ii 10 HwuiiiH
his sponKIng with nnthorlty, and It
nil did not agree with his views at
, least volco their disapproval In terms
,ot model ntlon.
r ' -Hut Dr. Eliot's hopes, and tho
public expectlons, luno been shat
tered. It nil camo about through the
Doctors lown on the "New Relig
ion." How he feels regarding what
lias been said of him Is oxprcssed by
u New York World reporter, as fol-
lit "' comm" n" '"each of confidence
II when I sny that tho Doctor feels both
j.k hurt mid grieved at tho reception
ill Given- his 'New Religion.' Ho ex-
! pectod that thcio would bo somo
y criticism of his views and rather In
ivited II, but noor looked for tho
IHrlllnllltlu nllil biiiHillii r, ft f I ta tatlitatli
malicious ami scathing nttuclis which
have been hurled ngnlnst his devoted
bead, Home of theso self-appointed
Indues have wilfully distorted bis
theories or based their criticism on
Ir' Burbled nowspnper iictoimtH.
V, "The doctor realizes that ho Is n
2, nian of tho wot Id, and his speeches,
us 'such, are nioro or less public
jj? property, but when critics go as" far
w us to refer to-blm as a totteilnir old
man; devoid of wit pr wisdom, It
cems an If n limit In public utter-
aiicea bad been reached. In this, us
'in 'any other public statement that
ho makes, n thousand and ono rrlt
lefl bun (uiriinir un llkn liiiiMhromns
R, and hurled their ilery darts without
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
WIIUKUV UU1A.BTIN t
PtrSliMotitiu m .no
Ptr Vtr, tnrnhtieliiUb I.ihi
f'et Ynr ntijvticic In Can'di... I. no
1'cr Yeai tiostpfllJ.foieigii 2mi
Entered at the Post office at llotmlutti
u fn-onJlat mttter.
.SEPTEMBER 8. 1009
success against his Invulnerable nr
mor. The fundamental principle of
his 'New Religion' deals with the
common good. Its tenets are based
on the love of Clod and the service
"From time Immemorial nil relig
ions have had as their foundation
there two commandments, but with
advancing years power, 'pomp and
worldly show have in turn been tag
ged on, nml today wo find tho true
belief but a shadow of its former
gicntncss. This and other nbuses
Dr. Eliot endemors to eliminate In
lils new belief, encouraging n ten
dency townrd liberty nml progress,
admitting not the dcucntlon of re
markable human beings or n faith,
trlbnl or racial."
Dr. Ellct In n personal letter has
put the case In milder terms. In u
letter to. Douglass Robblns, n promi
nent lawyer of Indianapolis, ho
"Dear Sir My aJiJrcss on 'Tho
Religion of tho Future' will be pub
lished In tho Harvard Theological
lfelow for October, published by
Harvard 1'nlvcrslty, Cambridge,
Mass. I venture to think vthnt tho
opinion of the lecture, which nu
hnvc formed on tho basis of n few
Inaccurately reported, scattered sen.
fences out of an address which took
nn hour to read, might be modified
If )ou read tho full address.
I venture to add that I am not at
tie 'hold of any proud world,' what
cer; se'eond, that such llttlo part or
tho world ns I am best acquainted
v.ltli loves the 'howly Nnzarcno' and
docs not hate Itlin; thirdly, that 1
hnvc met during my life most of. 'tho
furrows which arc accounted heavi
est; fourthly, that Jesus will bo in
tho religion of tho future, not less,
but more, than in tho Christianity
of the past,
"Very truly ours,
"CI1ARI.K3 V. EMOT."
All this shows that even men as
brilliant ns an cx-I'rcsldcpt Harvard
may always learn as long as they
lhe. W'o doubt that the criticism
will bo nny less harsh when the full
address Is published. le ought to
know that any pcrton who espouses
n new Idea In lellglon or puts nu
Idea ns old ns the nges In u new
form, theicby makes of himself n
target for all tho brickbats In the
ancient alleyways of Prejudice.
In accordance with tho plans of tho
Extension Department of tho College
of Hawaii, four, lectures and demon
strations hnvo been given by Profes
sor Voting nnd John W. GUmorc, dur
ing their ten deyo trip on Hawaii and
Maul, Juut ended. They have returned,
nnd a letter has been received by the
College, expressing tho sentiments of
tho peoplo regarding tho woik done.
It leads In part:
Hllo, August 28..1000.
John W. Glliuore, Ebn... President Col-
lego of Hawaii, Honolulu, Onhu.
My Deor Mr. Gllmoro: Permit mo
to congratulate, you and Professor
Young upon tho success of tho first
borles of lectures given by tho faculty
of tho College, of Hawaii nt HIJo. You
lmvo every rccson to feel sura that
this moving school Is now beyond tho
experimental atago and will bo an lnl
stltutlon of Importance and far reach
ing effect In this community. Tho lec
tures luct evening wcro enthusiastical
ly icccltml by tho audience and I have
already hoard n largo number of ko
plo express - themselves ns highly
pleased with tho Institution. You un
doubtedly noted that tho Bceond series
was attended by n larger nudlenco
than tho first.- You may not have
known that two of tho plantations re
quired their overseers to ntlcnd nnd
If tho berlca of lectures could bo giv
en next week you would sco from
twenty to thirty men from theso two
plantations nt each lecture of tho
A number of persons havo asked mo
to express their Interest nnd apprecia
tion for tho work of yourself nnd Pro
fessor Young. They nro nuxlous that
other lectured bo glieii from time to
tlmo ns tho opportunity may offer. It
hns'been suggested that you may bo
nhlo to glvo ono or more lectures dur
ing the jcar, but If this is not prac-
J . :
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
tlcnl, It is hoped that tho scries to
be given next summer may bo along
the samo lines but moro cxtcnslvo
than the first scries.
As chnlrmnn of the commltteo ap
pointed by tho Hoard of Trado to ar
range for these lectures. I tnko great
pleasure In thanking you nnd Profes
sor Young on behalf of the Hoard of
Trado mid the city of Hllo.
It Is possible that during the year
ott may meet gentlemen who Arc con
nected with educational institutions or
departments of agriculture, cither
Fedcrnl or state, and that somo of
these gentlemen may bo willing to lec-'
turo In Hllo. If you do meet such, I
liopo that you will urge upon them
Iho desirability of such lectures and
glvo us nu opportunity to extend nn
Has It occuned to you that some
permanent record of tho moving
pcliool should bo kept? Such n record
could appear In tho circular of tho
Collego cf Hawaii end Include tho
dates and subjects! of lectures given
In Hllo by the regular teaching Rtnft
of tho College of Hawaii mnl by spe
cial lecturers ns wo might obtain
through your liitioductloii,
Willi most cordial greetings to Pro
fessor Young nnd jnurself, I nin.
Very sincerely yours,
CARI, 8. SMITH.
Editor 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n : Kindly
permit me space to say that tho
marine engineers of Hawaii nro ful
ly nwnro of what opportunities nro
offering for their labor elsewhere,
but he does not propose to be. driven
out of Hawaii without n struggle,
I nlso desire to glvo another nnd
more cogent reason why ho should
A few years ago Congress passed
an net to amend Section -1131 of the
Revised Statutes of tho United
States, entitled An Act to Improvo
tho Merchant Marino Engineer Ser
vice nnd Thereby Also to lucrcaso
tho Efficiency of tho Nnvnl Reserve
nnd for Other Purposes.
This net provides thitt nil masters,
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendjd view of Manoa Valley.
Size of lot 100x150, House consists
of living room, dining room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. New
ly painted inside nnd out and mod
ern in every particular, Price
$4,500.00, cash or easy payments.
Cor. Fort and
A well built, two story
modern house 5 bedrooms
double parlors, hot and
cold water, two bath rooms,
clectrio lights, gas for light
ing and cooking; large mod
ern plumbing; large lanais.
Rooms have plenty of win
dow space. Servants' quar
ters. Lotjarge. .
Freshly cooked, or cold ones,
at the Alexander Young
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
low Rates. Qukk Service.
mates, pilots nnd engineers licensed
under Title S2 at the Revised Stat
utes, nro subject to draft In tlmo
of war, but only for the' performance
of duties such as nro required by his
license; tho net nlso provides for
compensation nnd pension In case
of death or disability while per
forming such duties.
And it bccnis to mo that Hawaii
Is n very good place Jhnve a fow
of theso kind .of people stacked up
In, until needed, nnd' our lawmak
ers will bo u llttlo chary about dis
turbing existing conditions until
some real cause )a shown for It.
Wo me alto pleased to bo Inform
ed by tho editor, of tho Advertiser
that somo slight, though problem
atic, vnluo Is placed by him on our
status as citizens nnd residents, al
though wo may bo property owners,
tnx payers, Jurymen nnd voters, ho
still prefers the flno tourists; prob
ubly It Is tho klmonbcd kind ho re
i! for one, am becoming rather
skeptical ns to the real, Issue behind
tho co.istwlsu hiw.biispcnslon nglla-
Furnished cottages at Punahou,
Berctania St. and Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished home's in all sections of
the city. "-'
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The popular CALIFORNIA CREAMERY BUTTER.
New shipment just received by Alameda.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
tlon. It Is purported to bo for the
benefit of better passcngor cnrrjlng
facilities between theso Islands nnd
tho mainland. Hut Is It?"
'Honolulu, Sept. 7.
MARRIED AT HILO.
At Hllo on Sunday, August 20?
Esther Purdy hecamo tho bride of
Thomas K. Nahlua, a well kiyiwn
rchool toncher of Hawaii. Mr.Nahlu.i
end his briilo nro spondlns their honey
moon nt tho Volcano, nnd both of them
will Join tho teaching force nt tho
Pnaullo school, Humakua, npon tho
opening of tho school torm,
Tho wedding wns nttended by many
friends of tho popular cbuplo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Nielsen nn
nouneo the mairlngo of their daugh
ter, Maltha, to Mr. Paul E. lloinko
on Saturday, September 11, 1909.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
nulletin Tditorial Room Phone 185
. "T"T-. -"" WT
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Are pronounced by every wearer as
the ideal garment for this climate.
Price COc at
Jr B a 4T A
t W w Jm u g- frW'd'"
May & Co., L
Leading Grocers Phone 22 i
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices ,
during jhe next few days
J. Hopd & Co.,
' King Street,"
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INCLUDED III 0U,R VARIED ASSORTMENT OF -MANICURE
GOODS YOU WILL FIND THE IIANDY TOE
NAIL CLIPS THAT ENABLE ONE TO CUT TOE NAILS
WITH PRECISION. IN THE LOT VILL BE FOUND,
ALSO, ALL THE ARTICLED AND PREPARATIONS NEC
ESSARY TO KEEP THE HANDS IN PERFECT CONDI
HON. Benson, Smith fe Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREET.
DR. FREDERIC BELL, PH. D.
Is Without a Peer As a Phrenologist and Fhsioomiit,
The Doctor will tell you why one person is a failure, while another
succeeds. He will also point out whether you arc best adapted for law
yer, doctor, preacher, teacher, actor, nurse, musician, commerce, tho
army, navy, etc. He will also tell you the studies which will most
enhance your boys' and girls' success in the truest and best sense
without tho possibility of a mistake through the exact science of Phre
nology and Physiognomy. , ,
Complete Chart Terms Moderate. (
FREE LECTURE: Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Hawaiian Ho
tel lanai: Drcams"vi3:ons, prophecies and' revelations explained.
Classes now forming in the ocoult nnd new thought. For full par
ticulars call on Dr. and Mrs. Bell at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Suito
40, 42 and 44. Hours 10 to 5 and 7to 0. Sundays only by appoint
ment; also by phono 715 any day.
Royal Hawaiian Opera Hoxisa
"MONDAY, SEPT. 0. WEDNESDAY, "SEPT? 8.
MR. W. D. ABATES PRESENTS
' Withers Concert Co.
HERBERT WITHERS. Cello.
MME. ELZY, Pianist. CHARLES BENNETT, Baritons.
An unusual program.
Orchestra, 1.50; Dxtss Circle, 81.00; 1st row upstair?,
$1.00; back, of lstrow, 75o;,bal3ony, 50c.
Seats on sale at Bcrgstrom Musio Store.
Aeaf 'Alakea ' ' ' ij
S. E. XaUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel nnd
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
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