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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, OCrOllim I, 1909
Second Display of
NEW FALL MILLINERY
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4th, 6th and Gth.
The very latest stales in --
Direct from New York. One (fiance at the bold effects
in swell hcadwear ordained by" the modistes wearing in
the Fall and Winter season will satisfy you that there is
nothing more to be desired either in originality of size.
All the accepted shapes are here in SILK and FELT,
in white, black and leading colors.
' Millinery Trimmings
Everything that is correct for millinery building:
Plumes, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, etc. Elegant Fins
and Buckles. -
First Showing of
LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS
Newest Materials; Correct styles.
NEW WALKING? SKIRTS IN pleated effects, latest
styles in leading colors.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish
SOME OTHER NEW ARRIVALS.
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the newest shades. Very
stylish, and one of Ne at York's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very
A large assortment of Silk Dress and Waist Patterns
selected from the New Yoik market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINOS. in Old Rose,
Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue, Pink. Tan,
Qrey and Brown. Also all colon combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANDS, narrow, medium and wide.
Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fcrt and Beretania Sts.
Where To Buy
You can get the most for your money here. Whether
you want a zinc or porcelain lined refrigerator, whatever
you want, large or small, you can'buy it to the best ad
vantage from our largj stock.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for ?25.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN' PRICE.
MAUI MM SEEK NEW
(.Special to the Untie tin)
Wnlluku, Maul, Oct. 1. Sheriff Win
!.'. Kiinir.r rcttiiiH.it from Molokal thU
ui.k, wliero lie hint hien Inspecting
the tollcu force mi Unit Island nml
found them In cxci'tlvutVcomlltlon.
The County Katlicis will mttt I"
Wnllitkii next Woiliiemlay afternoon
Ono of (ho count) oniclnlH In said tc
lie tonteinplutliiK sending In Ills res
lunation nml nlreailj n viitcetumr Is be
Ins looked for. Chnlrnitm Win. V
1'ngiie Is In Wnlluku till: week, lie
Mill leave for Honolulu this evening
ind will letiiin next week.
Rev, I.. 1( Kninnehelwa was In
Mailed ax pastor of tho Knaliumanu
nathe church, in Wnlluku Inst .Hun
day mornlne, Sept. 2Glh, Kog. It. II
Dodge, 1) M. Opiuml, O. N'nwahlne
r.tid J. Nun ofllclatliiK. Ucfqrp the coin
nieiiccintnt of the exerciser the com
nilttee presented a resolution of con
dolenco for the late lamented Hop. S
11 Kalue, ono of the trustees of the
cliurrh. A luau w'ns' held In tho town
hall In the afternoon.
There will lel fjilr and concert 1
Hie Catholic church nt I'nla, Sunday
October 3. Mrs. J. J. Cnrey of Wullu
ku wltl sIhr. Tho Walluku brass hand
under Geo. II, Schraeder. director, will
pla for the first time since Kb rem
Mnn of the Walluku ladles an
tuiay tlieso dnys making liomcnildi
Kunva Jelly, and lliilr products are o'
Mich superior quallt) that there wll
llkel) bo no sale for the Imported nrt
lele Hi the stoics for som time.
The executho of the Maul Kenera
committee for tho entertainment of
thu'CoiiKressnicn unit at Knhtiliil cs
tcrday and approved nil the bllh
lunauntlliK to mer JtuO. As the Ho
rolulu Committee mil) allowed 1"0P
for Maul, the balance will liavo to h
met b) prlvnte nuliscrlptlon.
There will lie n comentlon of the
Maul Mormons In the Walluku toui
hail on Sunda) tho lth. Concert oi
Sntunta) aenlnit nml Sunday school
exhibition on Sunday. Ulder riotfoiT
nnd others will bo In charge of the nf
Tho Asahl Mnru. the Japancso nam
pan launched nt Klhel the nther day
Is already doing bli? hiislncR In the
fishing line. During ibis week flic
lauded over 2500 nku (bonllo Or skip
Jack), tho biggest haul in ono day be
ing 1100 fish, which were disposed of
nt 1214 cents each.
1'r.ink Crockett, son of Mr. and Mrs
W. I' Crockett, of Walluku, left thlr
week for Nashvlllo, Tennessco, where
he will attend tho High school for sev
eral )cars. His uncle Is professor of
music nt Hint Institution. Frank at
tended tho McKlnley IIIk1i"c1ioo1 last
SUPREME COURT WORK
Tho Supreme Court began tUo 1900
term today with tho following cal
endnr of cases:
James W. Llo)iI v. Territory or
Hnwull. briglnnl. Atkinson &
Quaries for Plaintiff, Attorney Gen
eial for Defendant,
W. W. lllerce, Ltd. v. William
Wntcrliouso, et alt. Krror to Circuit
Court, First Circuit. Holmes &
Stanley & Olson for PlalntlfflAppel
hint. Castle & Wlthtngton, Smith &
Lewis and J. W. Cathcart for Defendants-Appellees.
Territory of Hawaii v. Lnm Yip
Kee. Kxccirtlons from Circuit Court,
First Circuit. J. W. Cathcart and
P. W. Mllvcrton for Plnlntlff-Appol-
Ice. 13. A. Douthltt for Defendant
Appellnnt. Territory of Hawaii vy C. S. Hol
low uy, Sunt, of Public Works vs. Mol
'to 1". Hustaee, et al. Appeal from
Circuit Judge, First Circuit. Atto
ney General for Plalntlff-Apimllunt.
A.S. Humplire)s and Holmes Stan
ley & Olson for Defendants-Appellees,
Kaamiptt S)lvn, ot ult. v. Wnlluku
Sugar Co. l'rior to Circuit Court,
Second Circuit. It. P. Qunrles for
Plaintiffs-Appellees. Kinney, llallou,
Prossor and Anderbon (or Defendant-
W, A. Knno v. Joo Mcdelios, aiiar
illiin. inceptions fiom Circuit Court,
$2,750 Large Cottatre in Rood
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric liehts, sewer.
Corner lot 60x150. Ftuit trees. On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
' h i
Klist Circuit. W. IVAchl for I'lalil-
tltf-Anpellant, Holmes', Simile) &1
Olson for Uercndiiiil-Appcllcc.
U. I.. Levi alias l.el Mnhlnl v.
Makalet (k), Kxceptlons from Cir
cuit Court,, Second Circuit, I). II.
Cue for l'lulntlff-Appellec. Vhus &
Con en for Defeiidnnt-Appellant.
Konn Development Co. ct nl. v.
M. T. Scott, ct al. Appeal from Cir
cuit Judge, First Circuit. Castle &
Wlthtngton nl Kinney, llallou.
Prosser &, Anderson for I'lalntlffs-Ap"
pellnnts, J. W, Cnllicart and V. W.
Mllvcrton for M h nnd N. I,. Scott
and W. A. Orcenwcll for W. K. Cas
tle, Trustee, thrco of tho Defcndnnts-
Territory of. Hawaii v. Samuel
11 ledenboVg. Appeal from District
Mnglstiate of llnninkua. Attorney
Oenernl nnd C. Williams for Plain-
tlft-Appcllee. Wllllaril 11. Hcen for
Sarah Nnkookoo cl nl by Guardian
v. Dtvld Noholoa. Krror to Circuit
Court, Tlrst Clrcujt. A. O M. Hob-
orison ror rininiius-.-vpiiciinnis.
lolmes, Stnnle) & Olson for Uefen-lant-Appellee.
Territory of llnwnll v. Sing High.
Iieserevd question from Circuit Court,
First Circuit. Attorney General nnd
I. W. Cnthcart for Plaintiff. A, 8.
Iumphre)s fur Defendant.
List of matters befoie the Su
preme Court. Motion:
D. L. Ltvl nllns Levi Mnhlnl v
fnknlel (k). Motion to dismiss bill
of exceptions. D. II. Caso for the
notion. Vivas &. Correa for rcspon
lent. FORESTER PINCHOT
BORN TO TOIL
Grandfather Came From France
Gifford Pinuchot Brought Roose
velt's Attention to Care of For
WASHINGTON. D. C, Sept. S.
lltlord Plnchot, chief forester of tho
hilled States government, was born
o his triido. Historians of the Pin
hot career usually ninko liasto to
point out that Gifford Plnchot, scotn
f a wealthy fnmll),wlth a beautiful
lomo In Miissnchuselts avenue In this
My, has sacrificed hltnselt on the al
nr of patriotism. As u matter or
'act. Mi. Pinchot beenmo a forester
ong before forestry wns n profoslon
n the United States. From the view.
joint or, scientific forestry he Is tho
.iioiioer in tins, country mm, he nnu
ills lainlly urctproud or it.',
Forester Plnchot comes from a
family which has viewed broad sub
lects from an intensely prnctlcnl
Unndpolnt as It went along. Mr.
Plnchot's grandfather was a soldier
under the great Napoleon and when
the restoration came along lie right
fully concluded that Franco had Its
drawbacks to him personally us a
place of icsldenct. . '
Father Began Forestry.
With his family ho immigrated to
northwestern Pcnnsj lvanln, settled
imong the virgin forests nnd prompt
ly began rafting logs down tho Dela
ware river to Philadelphia. Mr. Pin
hot's father growljig up nmld tlieso
iiirtuiindlngs, did not fall to noto
that the s)stcm of logging In tho
nclghboihood was rapidly depleting
the supply of timber. Thereupon ho
recalled that Franco had n national
s)stem of tree picservatlon nnd ne
began to ngltato the subject of con
Jorvatlon even before his son had n
fair start in life.
A nntuial corollary to this cam
paign was thnt' Gifford Plnchot should
unilcrtako the stud) of forestry and
thus It wns that Forester Plnchot
stands pie-eminent today in his pro
fession in the United Stntes. There
tro Bcoffers In Washington wlioiliko
to tell how Gifford Pinchot received
his Inspiration from reciting: "Wood
man, Spare that Treo," t
Sutreests Plan to Roosevelt.
There 'is considerable reason for
tho assertion that it wns Gifford Pin
chot who first aroused In President
Roosevelt tho desire to conserve the
nntlonul resources. In fact, Prcsi
dent Koosovelt, In n speech nt tho
Jamestown exposition In 1007, said;
"So much as we uie trjlng to do In
utilizing our public lands for tho
public; In securing tho use of water,
the forage, the coal, nnd tho timber
for the public. In all four move
ments in) chief ndvUcr and tho man
first to suggest to mo tho courses
which have actuall) proved so bene
ficial wus Mr. airfnrd Plnchot, tho
chief of tho national forest service.
Mr. Plnchot nl'o hiiggested to mo a
movement supplementary to nil tlieso
movements; one which Itself will
lend the way in His general move
ment which he represents ajid with
which ue is actively iiieniincu, inr
tho conseivntlon of all our nntlonal
resources, This wns the appointment
If tho Inland watcrwn)s commis
sion." Studied Forestry in Europe.
I.ll.e nil pioneers In nny line, Gif
ford Plnchot has endured tho gibes
Hiid sueeis of liU ndvcisarles ever
since ho began prnctlcnl forestry hi
1SS2 He now Is only i )ears old,
with a long record of achievements
behind him, and ho tun nffqid to bo
generous to thoso who nine opposed
him. Hu tame Into the business not
only with a deep lovo for but his
nnturnl lustlmts had been supple
mented by studies lujiotnuy nnd geo
logy.nt Ynlo and by actual stud- of
In I'urope. The rocMrH
Ploutcr Plnchot had tu
travel lit the oulrct of his ruiecr was
when he first (nine Into contact with
the timber' "pot-hunters' of tho
George Vtuulcrbllt pnved the wify
for Gifford Plnchot's services to the
(oimtr) by turning over to him in
1S02 his lllttmoie estate In Not til
Carolina for practical forest manage
ments First Recognized in 1806.
in 1896 .Mr. Plnchot received his
llrst governmental recognition of'lTls
vvoik. David It. Francis of Missouri,
then secrctar) of the interior, called
upon the National Academy of
SclenceM-to appoint a coinmlslnn to
report on n nntlonal forest policy,
and, ns result of tho work of this
commission, President Cleveland ret
nsldo 21,000,000 ncrcs of public land
In eleven forest leserves. The com
mission recommended thnt all public
lands more suitable .for the pioduc
Hon of timber than for mining or
agriculture should be put Into re
serves, nnd suggested n system of ad
A )cir later congros adopted the
suggestion of the commission by de
fining the purpose of forest reserves
nnd In another )cnr GHIord Plnchot
found himself chief of the division
of forestr) in the department of agri
Begins With Five Scientists.
llie new forester did not Ho down
on n lied of roses. Ten jcars nco
tho country wns pructlciill) Ignorant
of scientific forestry nnd there wero
row persons equipped to nsslst In the
administration or such a policy, The
HtalT with which he begnn work con
sisted of (ho scientists, Including
Congress recognized thb,vorth or
the forestry work under (JTrfor'd Pln
iliot In 1905 by putting Into his con,,
trol the national forest reserves.
The accomplishments of Mr. Pln
i hot's government work previous to
and slnco thnt time enn be briefly
In 1S99, when ho begnn worlc for
the government, the, annual nppro
prlntlon wns $28,520 nnd the receipts
nothing. Last )car the expenditures
aggregated S3,3GS,G32.7G and the re
ceipts were estimated nt $2,000,000.
Wanted to Borrow $5,000,000.
Mr. iinchot two )enrs ago went
lo congress with a proposition to loan
the forestry' scrv Ice the sum of $1,
000,000, iiiomlslng to repay It In
) early Instalments nnd nt the same
time pay1 the expenses of the forestry
service. Hy the end of fifteen or
twenty )ears, Mr. Pinchot nisurcd
the congressmen, his bureau would
be mnMng money for the treasury.
Ono or tho bones or contention
then arid now wns the fact that the
rorestry service had nny receipts nt
nil. Ilefore Mr. Plnchot came tho
public domain had been the free-for-
ill for the timber thieves, the stock
men, and for nnjbudy else Plnchot
reversed this policy on the ground
thnt thoso who get the most benefit
should contribute tu the expenses. It
wns not until 190n, however, thnt the
attorne) -general quieted tho opposi
tion to this policy by holding that
the forestr) Bcrvlce could charge Tees
ror grazing nnd for lumber tnken off
tho public domain.
Denartment on Business Basis.
Forester Plnchot begnn by cutting
out red tape In buslnoHs transactions;
stipulations to prevent waste wero
laid down, and plans laid to guard
against forest flies, protect tho
)oung growth nnd to Insure repro
duction. Grazing wns fostered nnd
priority of rights given to those who
had picvlously used tho forest lands
for such purposes. j
Nothing 'was done to prevent tho
erection of power plants, Irrigating
ditches, telegraph nnd tolcphono
lines .corrals, pastures, hotels, Bum
mor camps, aplnrles and a great var
iety of other uses which assist In
thoy material development of tho
country. Trails wore, cut In pathless
forests, fire lines laid, telephones
put In, ranger cabins built ami the
force of the bureau Increased to
nenrly 1,300 men.
1S5 clltorll rooms 250 buil
neii offle. Thua ara the telephone
tumbars of tha Bulletin orfleo
cartfa on tala at
fore - Oi)
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