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"Not gold, but only men, can make would chase rabbits' Wc nny bo
A people great and strong;; sure Hint the new American Minis-
Men, who for truth and honor's sake, ter to China will not cliuso rabbits,
Stand fast and sutler long. but that with unfailing patience ho
Broic men who work while others "111 Keep nfter the brlds. And I
sleep, I think ho will Know where the real
Who dare while others fly birds aie. It was n lad) friend of
They build a nation's pillars deep, 'his who sngel) said, that while the
And lift them up to the sky." Chinese might sometimes puzzio Mr.
- " I Crane, blio was quite sure that Mi.
Our nidi of the nuv) nlwnvs ncquit Crnne w,,, oMcn ,mlc tlle Chinese,
thi-ni'ilvei In a stjle that Kilns the j lunc hcn.,, lr0sltlciit Taffs sc
ndinlriitlun and respect of foreign- itt,(lon 0r Mr Cianc most hlRlily
is nnd tho over-Increasing lo)nl on- lir.,K.,i because he was -what is
thuslas ii. (it their fellow coimtrnicn.'uliU(l n gUtcCMH(U ,,, ,)t affairs.
Whether It It lights, frolics, tc.i i mnU (lod, ho is n 'man of affairs.'
parties, test runs or tho ordlnnr) , t, Herbert Spencer had in mind
work-n-d.t) humdrum of port llfcj lnnll ,,0 Krcat BcCess In his
thev nro alwass alert to "iiml,o. .n.i i, , fi-i(i i.
I'liuitiittnnccs surroiihdlnfB tho whlcn luls mnu"c lllm tho helpful
crdltt of the Jur In tho Walpahu ' rrlen'1 ot e,cr toward movement
riot cases satisfy the supporters of '" ,llls countrj In city, state and
law and oidcr that there was iiolli-,l,,n,lon urounht hi in Into slu
ing lacking In the law and tho iCs.,lctlc touch with tho progressive
tliiionv to lirlnir tlm ilnlntnrj nf Mm leaders of every- country In Kurope
Marc to justice.
It. was u case ot one man saving
Hid oiilllt. nml tliU nim fiiriiinr'nnu ins siiiisinnuui am 10 1.01110
force to the belief that the brazen
attempt of alien conspirators, hav
ing neither standing among their
own people nor those whose good
will they have mi frequent!) abused,
txtends een to tho courts of tho
TorrllorV. Thn kpi-Imii i.iH nf it
Is that the vicious iiillueiiee appears
to have met with nt least temporary
Such Indictments as this arc what
gives strength lo the nigunients of
thu tow who would hao the govern
ineitt of this Tcrrltor) taken out ot
tho hands ot the people and put
pcrmiucutl) under the direction of
ii militate commission. Their most
effective claim Is th.it the Islands
nre so thnroughlv allenlzed that torn
niou Justice Is Impossible
Such n claim Is somewhat weak
ened In this particular Instance be
cause It is nut possible to point to
whoever liun.; tho llot Jury and
following nn nnclent custom. BCiccti tip of tho wnlec hut this shows that
him as a horrible example of what llo wedge Is solid. This will help
nn "Americanized aboriginal" will!0 Kcc "1'" llnt ',c" loi,r ou
iln. .Initio fnii-ii thu tin,. Wm.anihave heard to much about Thoso
Hjiiiccino with "superior Intelll
penco" made up his mind from an
other stnmlpolnt than the law and
Tho general public has relaxed
from thu Uuslim that prevailed
when tho rioting nnd the conspira
cies to inn the Tirrltorj ot Hawaii
and Its Industries were In full
Mvlug All too many are Inclined
to forgit the cr serious lissons of
'1 his virdlct in tho riot enso is n
luiilmler that in this American otit
pcut ot tho Pacific, the tlmo has not
ji-t iiulveil when an) lojal Ameri
can citizen can let up on tho eternal
lgilanco that Is thu prlco ot com
mon Justice, or, to put It moro gen
er.illj Americanism for Hawaii.
OUR MINISTER TO CHINA
No iippoliitcmnt nunlo by President
Tuft for the dlplomatolc servlco has
nttiaeted so much favorablu com
ment and no American Minister goes
to bis post bettor equipped for his
Important service than Mr. Charles
i: Ciane, United States Minister ut
Mr. Ciauo has trnveled so much
that lie has sometimes been called
tho "traveling crane," but a moro
appropriate) title Is "tho waudeilng
Wli it Ills fellow tovviismeu
think ot him was veiy well expiess-
Td by Attorney I'lsher of Chicago,
thu man who solved thu gieat ti ac
tion problem of tho Middlo West
metiopolls. Mi l'ishcr, piesldlng at
a function given In honor of Mr,
Crane lo tho mcieliants of Chicago,
'Our guest not only enjojs tho
public lespeit, but ho has oven
helped to mako the woul 'icfoimci'
icbpcctablc and leapected Keform
with him has nlwas been ennstuu-
tlo and piuttlcnl and dellnlle I.nst
winter lie came home fiom the south
with what was to mo a new and
mojt apt diMiiptloii of a ceitnin
scjrt of political leformer. I bellevo
'hu got It from Hoke Smith, who said
that n certain .'peerless leader' was 'a
j.rttty bood blid dog, but that lie
rr 51 Moeileu. .fto
Per Vrt, nrwhte1n US I.imi
Pel Yrar aiipvlirre In Cftnud. .. f.flo
l'trr (ottpalj, toicigu a.oo
Office. - 256
Enttrtd t tlie Fostoffice t Honolulu
m srcoiM cl.s4 muter.
SEPTEMBER 29, 1009
IMIIirnnl nml linliifill Intel-Hat III lllO
nffnlrs of others. It has been an In
tcicst In humankind mid In every
kind of human. Tho same Interest
I"'"1 ln Asia. In most of them he has
Blxen Ills sMiipathctlc undcrstandluB
movement lor mo upiimiig 01 u
people I doubt If thcro Is one In
which there uro not those for whom
he h is done some act of kindness."
Mr Crane. In his response to thli
kind though not ovcr-congi.ttu-
lntor) scntlmciil, brought out two
I""" that will strike Home to tne
"oplc of this Teirltory on tho lior
derland or border waters of tho Ort
cut and Occident. Ho believes that
China's success means the success ot
tho United Stales, and ns a diplomat
he is of the well-known American
Mr. Crane Is quoted by tho Chi
cago papers lis follows:
"I appreciate highly the manner
Ux which m rolcctlon has been re
ceived. The hardest taslc I will have
will bo living down tho good thlnRs
said about pic All of this appro
bation bj in friends nnd tho press
general!) will help. I am unl) tho
who know mo know that I will be
nothing noro than n shirt-sleeve
diplomatist News travels fast lu
China, and tho news thnt jou have
honored mo today will bo widesptcad
thero In a few elavs."
Mr. Crane caused a laugh when ho
said: "I was talking to President
Taft a short while ago and I told
him in) filcuds wcro giving mo dln-
ncis. The President said1 'Accept
all. Don't inlsj an, nnd when )ou
get thcro Insist on speaking and
hand It out led hot.'
"It was uno of Mr, Tnft's speeches
mado In Shanghai two ears ago
that canted mo to veto tho Repub
lican ticket. After hearing him I
felt that tho United Slates would bo
safo in tho hands of ono man nt
least. Hint speech was simple. Its
themo was 'not c kill tho gooso
that laid the golden egg.' Mr. Taft
said that an thing for tho wolfnic of
China was good for our wclfnro.
Sho Is in a hard struggle and any
opportunity wo glvo her ultimately
will bo for tho benefit ot nit tho
world, nnd especially to our people
In tho United States.''
Mr. Crano closed by referring lo
tho recent war and declared that
more changes had taken placo In
China In tho Inst five )cara than In
centuries, and asserted that sho
needs thu greatest! kind ot Biippoit.
Ho said that us wo have tluvlaigcst
scaconst on tho Pacific, our interests
In China mo sii to bo gieat,
0. F. DILLJNGHAM
AND PARTY ON TOUR
11 r. Dillingham piloted tho dlicclois
of the Oihu Itallvva) today cm an In
speetlou tout of tho road, piitlculail)
Iho new extension lo Wnhlawa and
J.ellchua AcccmipciDlng tho dlrcctcus
vvuru u good number of business men
of the city. The) left thu city on a
rpeclal train at h o'clock this morning,
going clliect to Wahlawu mid thu plno
npplo legion The) limclicd'at II lie
lua and will return this afternoon
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Imports Show Gain Over Last Sea
son, but Exports Decrease
DufTerence Attributable to the
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. An In
crease ot JM.SU'.tOO In tho valuo
of imparts into tho United States Is
shown for August last, compared
with tho same month ot last c.ir,
the Imports aggregating JllG.Olit;,
91('i. The exports for last August
totaled 110,1"3,C"9, a decrease of
only $31!t,3Tl compared with Aug
ust, 1908. Tor tho eight mouths
ending with August last tho Imports
amounted to $94C,rll,CSL', an ln
cre.uo of g.'lti.ltl, S9S over n llko
period of last .vear, vullo tho exports
aggregated $1,U07,I33 Suj, a de
crease of $S4,0uii,3tr, compared with
tho corresponding period of last
Tho excess of exports over im
ports In tho eight months fending
with August last was SCO, 92 J, 'J II),
n decrease of $330,477,70 compared
with n similar period lu 190S.
The imports from tho United
Stntcs Into New calami fell off
nearly 4S per cent during tho first
quarter ut 1909 as compared with
the flist quarter of 1908, according
to Cansul-Cicuer.tl 'William A. Prick
ctt nt Auckland. Tho total Imports
hiivii shown 11 Inrho falling ofT,
among them tlmo from Great Ilrlt-
aln, hut tho United States Is tho
heaviest loser. "This pioportlonal
difference is itttrlhutublo almost en
tirely to tho preferential tariff,"
The total exports of tho I'nltcd
Slates Into New Zealand for the first
quarter of 1908 amounted to ?2,r.71,
C4.r ns eompaicd with $1,340,301". fur
the same period in 1909. Tho valuo
of exports from New Zealand lo l!&
United States for tho first quarter
of 19U9 amounted to $1, 101,1134, ac
cording to Infoi matlon given by the
New calami customs,
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desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley,
Size of lot 100x150, House consists
of living room, dining room, bieak
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. New.
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Cor, Fort and
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2 lots near Fort Ru-
Kcr on Twelfth Ave.,
2 lots on summit of
small hill, two blocks
from car line, $300.00
will please note' that
'THE ALEXANDER Y0UNQ
Hotel Street corner of the
Young- Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Have you a pad of Wirelcis
Message Blanks on your desk?
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lic moonlight concert this evening at
Aulapark at 7:30 o'clock, rollowlug
is tho piogram:
March I.lo Kamalll Rcrger
Overture Italian in Algiers ..Hosslnl
Inlt rmczzo Rapid Trantlt ....Arndt
Selection Huvaiu Stuart
Vocal Hawaiian songs. .ar. by llcrger
Selection Slegu of Harlem... Peticlla
Intermezzo Rulnbuw Velnrlch
rin.ile Asia llcrger
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Rat clubs nro suggested to tho Col
oinda federation of Woman'B clubs
by Wllliur f. Cannon, Mato pure-food
commlsslonoi, as a means of icmov-
lug tha rodent pent.
185 editorial rooms 350 "'
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Furnished cottages at Puuahou,
Beretania St. rud Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
The A. HOCKING house at the
mauka end of Kcwalo sticet. Com
pletely furnished. This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
' For particulars call at
Bishop Trust Co.,
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez Places Po
licemen in Excavation for Seven
Hours Gives Signal for Raid
by FirinK Two Shots.
Deputy Sheriff rcrnnlide inaelcun
clover catch of 11 bunch of gamblers
on Saturda) last. It appears that
tho depul) suspected thai a gamu
wns running down at the W.ilau rlco
mill, but t was a cllinctilt pri-osl-Hon
to get evidence,
Accordlngl) the deputy lind a Jiolo
excavated near tho mill, and, after
hiding four of his policemen In tho
cnvlt), threw a iciuf ot gruss and
earth on top,
rcrnnnclez lcmalned on an ndji
cent hill for seven bonis, nnd tho
pollccmcnt made the best of thcti
cramped quarters foi tho samo
length of tlmo.
Suddenly tho agreed-upon signal
two shots ot n rillo were heard,
and tlio police olllcers, dashing from
their hiding place, wcro enabled to
capturo several ot tho gamblers, al
though a few did nuinngo to escape.
(Continued from Page 1)
end of tho dock, was tho faithful rep
resentation of tho fl)lng bridge of the
U. S. S. Honolulu. Every detail had
been cniricd out to mako It a tiuo
rart of a ship, nnd ever) ono stopped
to gaze nnd admire. Strings ot gill)-cotr-cd
lights, hlgnal flags entwined,
(loweiL. palms nnd greens In festive
display covered tho entire replica.
which was outlined with thousa.ids of
gaily colorcid lights.
On tho forv.nrd end facing tho hai
bor, tho chip's nnmo In gold nhonc
forth, while below largo posts covered
with )ellow cloth becked by clusters
ot lights, throw a soft light which was
forward of thu hildgo lu tho center
of tho dock, a fountain pla)nl In tho
midst of fems and palms, whllo on tho
makal end u Jnpaneso torll gato was
outlined with lights, flanked each side
by two delif pieces, their ildes out
lined by llghtH on tho breech end.
On each coiner, booths containing
lcficshmeiits wcio placed. While on
tho sides little nooks had been placed
for thoso who wished to talk.
After tho beauties of the docks had
been viewed, thu'gucBts vvuro shown
to either of tho llngshli h, wliero dress
ing ! noiils had been provided
Qu.irtci decks which look ho grim
and husliicas-llko In time) of action,
vvoro converted Into bovvers of green,
cvciy pirt of tlio,dcckK being covoicel
with gi ecus nml flags.
Klcctrlc lights wero placed nt tho
breech end of each gun, giving tho
pcoplu a chnnco to seo tho rilling of
iho guns, which can do such good
work when called upon,
rtlieetl) nrt on Iho West Virginia
nnd PeiiusjlvaiiH, ami cm tho pent
lorvvurd ldo of tho Tennessee's quar
ter deck, tho ships' orcliestias pla)Cd
for thu dancing.
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
Wc repair by the same kind of machinery used in up-to-date
factories to make shoes, and wc do the work bet
ter, quicker and cheaper than is possible by hand.
Wc con do ordinary repairing while you wait.
Men's soles and heels $1.25. Women's $1.00
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Bethel
At tho lop of the gnn;vv.i) on thtv
West Vlig'nli nnd Tennessee, tho
guests weio nfirt!cd to too tho sup
posed flrure of a man ln a diving suit,
with his light bar i rait.ee! to attention
The gorgeous t liver tervlco on the
Tcnncssco was placed on cllspla) at
tho qf I Ji eiiel of tho qu u ter deck, w hllo
on tho West Vliglnh It wns laced on
tho wnt Bide of tho after turret. Cool
punch was served from the elaborato
punch IiowIk dining the evening, while
other refreshments weio to bo had
on Iho dock, and In the wmd rooms.
Shortl) nfter 8 o'clock tho guests
began to an he, and us soon ns they
had tnken off their wraps and hats,
Ihc) wero directed to tho iccelvlng
party, composed of tho two Ae'mlr.ib.
Ciptalu Hcnsoii, thief of stalT, nnd tho
other captains of tho licet.
Dancing was stinted shortl) after
on tho three ships, whllo befo-c that
llcrger iiuil his band, who worn bta
tinned on tho bridge of (ho If. S 13.
Honolulu, rendered a lino program
II) 9:.10 at least twent) five hminred
people wcio on boanflho Unco rhips,
nnd on tho dock, whllo hundieds wcie
out lu ho its and along the hca wall
near tho foot of Alakea itrct Paw
ing was kept up until uc.iily midnight,
nml as tho strains of "Homo Sweet
Homo" struck up on tho thieo ships
tho most successful feto even given
in Honolulu was at nil end.
MRS. KELSEY TAKES HER LIFE.
(Continued from Pase 1)
by her father, Iho Inst tlmo sho had
licaid from her fnthei ho was I) lug at
dc.ith'H door mid It m i) bo that hn
pi ec ceded Ida daughter into tho bo
ond. Sho had been ti)hu for homo
tlmo to get her i-lster hero, and was
ti)lng to obtain it placo fen hei hi Iho
For baby's bath, tic
this anron around you,
and after washinc,
wrap the infant in the
apron, which will ab
sorb every atom of
moisture ; this apron
can also be used for a
carriage or cradle
It is made of cotton,
closely knitted with n
long, downy fleecei
Iluslitcn her domestic double i, which
culminated In v)iat was lo nil uppeir
nnocst nu amicable hepaiallou, tdio had
had tumble also with some lands of
I crs in 1'aloln Vnlle). Sho Bold u
hoi so ot hers Intel) and lu explain
Hon, told u 1 1 lend that sho could u e
tho mono elsPv.lieie
rrom all accounts, her scpaiatlon
from her liiisbnicl was tho chief cans
of hei brooding, although sho novel
spoke about him or tho doubles that
led to the dlvoico. Sim told hei filemli
quietly "that It wns piouabl) tho fiult
ot both," bt.t tho accepted opinion,
demi thn?o who know tho in m, Is that
It wns Impossible Tor mi) woman to
get on with him.
Counter lto-o with u Jury, thhi menu
Ing viewed tho icmalns ut tho iiioigui
mid they will lender theli vonllct (his
evening. In tho face of Iho facts as
they are now known, It can be nothing
Henry II1II, it negro who attacked
Miss Netllo limes neni Maugham, l.a ,
wan r ipturcil by n mob mid cliciunod
lu tho eicek neai tho M.cno of lihi at
Attempts to Import workmen hive
been le'Blsteil with foico b) nlikei
who left tho Amcile.ui Window (llasi
works at Jcaiiucttc, and Monoiig ihela,
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