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EVENING nqLttETlNt'.nONOLTJLP. T,''lT SATUTtD tVCf JS!J flo'tV.,
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tneiday of each week.
MEMBEfc OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Farrlnr.ton,
rer Month, Ahjwlirrr la'U.S t ,71
Per Uuarter, miywliert In US.mi 3.k
Ttr Ymt, anvvlicre tnU 3 M.oo
Per Vent, post, aid, foreign, 13. uu
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
T! I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 5I. Business Office, - 256
Catered it the Potoffice at Honolulu
at accoml-claiM m titer.
No uconle arc more often wrontr
than those who will not nllow them-
selves to be wrong La Rochefous-
Democrats will not necil n better learned that an extra session of Hit
ain.ilKn Issue than falluio of tlio wnir Legislature was marked by
itcpuhllcnn nlllccis to properly pro
tcct the clt sticcts.
Maul twin able tu get n good
tenuity uttuiuo, though thoie will
bo lots or politics slewing as a re
sult of tho Litest change.
llcorgaulxed Ucpubllcans nre np
p.uijill waiting for tho call from
the regulars to get to work. And
they should not be disappointed.
That will bo an ideal condition for
Honolulu when most everjone ou
meet spihks well of the city and Its
mtIous pioblcms lira t Approached
with a fairness of mind that does
away with Intolerance
Stcadlh tho law breakers engaged
in the attempt to hold up an Indus
try nro being brought to nn account
ing that should bo no less curtain be
cause the public Is not now stirred
up with tho excitement of the ph st
Having found thcvllawall County
load policy defenseless, the defend
ers have turned their energies to
pointing out lltto's crjlng need for
more men like those from Honolulu
who nro helping build it up. This
Is mure to the point.
Pcrhaps tho Sitper Isors ot Hawaii
Count) had heard, that members; of
the Legislature might serve through
nn extra session of tho I.eglslnturo
for nothing, to they decided that
Deputy County Attorney Smith real
I) ought to Join tho patrhftsr
NO VIRTUMN MISREPRESENTA-
Lots of crimes hnc been com
mitted In the name of liberty ,h6' it
may not bo surprising that peoplo
wluilng under tho resultB of their
own errors should try to add attrac
tions to a few Honolulu falsehoods
by talking oflho merits ot publicity.
Of course Honolulu's business men
nnd the nicrago sober-minded citi
zen knows that honest publicity Is u
Miry different thing from misrepre
sentations and exaggerations un
necessarily Haunted before tho peo
ple of this city und In many main
Just whnt la to bo galncdby tho
t-ludled plan of putting this town
before the-nuval peoplo as a hcll-hola
of iniquity' Is not well understood by
tho luorago mini, especially when
thero Is no truth In It.
What's more, tho people of Hono
lulu don't support such mlsreprescn
tntloiiB. ' ''
EXTRA SESSION SALARIES.
lf It bo truo that the Republican
'territorial Committee Is responslUK
for tho buggcstcil request that till
members of tho Territorial Legisla
ture waho their salaries when at
tending an extra tcsslon to be called
by tho (lot ernor, wo beg leavo to dif
fer us to the amount of common senso
nnd Judgment shown In this matter by
that august and Intellectual body of
Tho proposition hag nothing to
lecnnimond It when the people of
this Territory know that a largo per
centage of tho members ot tho Legis
lature cannot afford ;uc.li a trip to
Honolulu at their own expense, nnd
with some, tho salary they would
receive would haidlyNpay their ex
penses while here, This T6rrltory
1ms no good rcnsnn for .calling upon
the members to bunow tho price of
their trnollng expenses anil depend
on fi lends fdr their keep whllo In
the city mi public business,
Any fnlbo ideas of pat)lotlsm that
might ho suggc-slotl as Influencing tho
iiiombois of Congiess would, bo com
pletely ov'eishndoweu' by tho obvious
Jack of common sen so Involved In tho
Consldeiatlon of nn, extra session
tho Legislature must bo dealt
with on its merits by the broad-
h.. . .,. .,
d&'n nuea,ciilzeiiB or tno Territory, in
V'boTTecUoued tho bitlailcs of tho Leg-
f V iii -V -.."' .,--...-" .
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per St&Montiu .Bo
Per Ver, anpvheiclnUS. . ., I.oo
Pel Yer nyithcre In CntH.,. I. Ho
Per Year ntpald, lot en n , 3.oo
.OCTOBER 0. 1909
lslatore Just as certainly as the I'nlt-
M S(ntii authorities reckon with
the salary Hat when mi extra scbsIoii .
of Congress la called.
Any member nf Congress who
membcis foregoing their salaries,
when the) were unable to personally
afford l lie expense would Immedi
ately nsk who put up the prko for
tho Legislators. Someone must do
It. Such extreme "patriotism" from
one of tho rlihest Territories In the
United Stntcs would raise n good
natured smile In the National Cap
itol. As for the need of a special ses
sion, the public can speak with more
confidence when the program of tho
Governor Is better Known.
Thus far the amendment of the Or
ganic Act has not met with marked
We may pass over tho orlg-
Inal mistake with n charitable sigh.
The last Legislature clearly showed
n Bharp division. The House adopt
ed the Grit ernor-Delegate scheme
nnd the Senate refused Its approval.
Now-, as wo understand It, there nre
amendments to the amendments.
These might meet with the approval
of the House, and they might not.
The Senate is still In doubt. Conse
quently the possibility that the ex
tra session would end In a deadlock
d the Territory bo out the price of
If an agreement could bo reached
in the Legislature wo have no doubt
"that our Oragnle Act amendments
would trass Congress In record time
at the coming session.
If such nu'agreemcnt can bp se
cured it would bo worth all tho cost
of legislative salaries.
As for asking the members to come
to Honolulu nnd hae their expenses
paid by friends because they cannot
afford the dinft on their prhatc
, Forget It!
MISS DAVIDSON IS
Annual Meeting of Humane
Society Held $1000
At tile annual meeting of th llono
lulu Hiimuuu Society held this morn
ing, Miss Itore I)jlsou was letalued
fcr tho coming jeur at n regula' sulary
'of $75 per month. Ouo thoun.ind dot
',! irs has been reported avollablo for
the running oxikmiscs for tho eimilng
j ear, out of which Miss IUulpii's aal
'ary will be paid. Tho session was n
veiy enthusiastic u:,c, and Mrs. S.m
f 01 il 11. Dole, president, gave n cnmprv
hem ho and Interesting ropoit ot tho
ncrk accomplished during tho past
)0.ii. Miss Davison nlso bubiidtteil a
'report of her work during tho short
period sho bus been lu active charge
The society has accomplished a gicnt
ileal along educational lines.
ANTLERED HORDES '
, COMMENCE SEASON
Lnst night Introduced the social
sear unions tho Klls by nn. Informal
social session In the club rooms, and
tho event preceded many such en
tertainments to lie given during tho
ear. Tho nntlcrcd hordes Indulged
In prngiesslve games ot cards and
dominoes and prlres were won by
Italph Johnson nnd I'rank Darrore,
Leo Swnlllsh appinprlatlng the con
solation pii7e. v
At tho business meeting that Pre
ceded Hi" sacal evening Will J.
Cooper wits elected esteemed lectur
ing hulght, vie Judge W. J. Ilohln
son, who resigned on account of Ill
ness I his family.
THE B1UTISH CUUISim Bedford
was shifted from tho Oceanic to the
Hnckfeld wharf eaily jesterday morn
ing. 185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the
Kinau St. ...
Middle, St. . .
Union St. . ..
Xaimuki . . . .
Vineyard St 3B.R.
Pawaa St 4B.R.
Kinau St, ,..
Kinan St. ...
Elsie Ave. ...
.5 B.R.. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Itd.
The A. HOCKING house at the
mauka end of Kewalo street. Com
pletely furnished. This is the most
desirablo house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars call at
-f UUilUfll ULIlllULU
1 Central Union Churcfi Sunday Oct.
10. 9:50 A. M. lllblo school: Mr. C.
11. Tracy, Hupt.; Classes fn all nges In
tho study of the International I-csson.
9:S5 A. M. Men's lllblo Study droop:
Under tho direction of tho Assistant
Minister; Two Interesting subjects
come up for discussion this week, (it)
"Tho Significance of Child Life"; (b)
"Jesus Attitude Tonnrd Wcath,V
(Mark 10:13-31). 11 A, M., Morning
Service: Special Service In tho Inter
est of tho Young Men's Chilstlau As
sociation, addresses bj nxGovcriiijr
Oeorge H. Carter nnd Paul Super, Sec
retary of tho V. M. C A. Tho clmruB
under tho direction of Mr. Stanley Liv
ingston v.111 lender, "Jubilate Duo,'
Diulli') Duck; Mrtt, Mucliall will ding.
0:30 l M. Christian DndeaMir; Topic:
"How Can Wo Help Our Pastors":
leader, Mr. l'redeilctc wllhlngtoii.
7:30 P. M.. Dvcnlng Sorlcu; Sermon
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten ($10), dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These 'lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and are convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same. terms each lot containing-
15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Har
bor. , '
' Two desirable buildini lots.
36,000 square feet , $2,000
13,000 square feet
i let us show y'ou an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real' estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it,
Port and Merchant Streets.
At Waikane, on the
windward side of 0a
hu on main road,
near beach; 4 bed
rooms; hot and cold
water; barn; will rent
for six months or
Rent ....$30 per mo.
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
t in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
, Welcome the comine friends
and God Speed the parting.
by the Minister, "Concerning Power,"
Phiniplann 4:13. ,Anthom by tho
chorus choir, "Saio 'me O Lord,"
Warelng. Cordial limitation to all to
attend theso scnfces''nt Central Union.
German Lutheran Church, Dcretanln
Ftrcet, Kolmy, pastor. 9:45, Sunday
school. 11, Service, Prodlgtrclho ueber
Gottes Offenbnrung In dor Natur. 4;
In dlo Uneudllclikeltliltietn.
TUVOTA JINED SfiDD
In rendering ills decision this morn
ing In tho case of tho,Tcrrltory against
Toj ota, tho Jnpaucsu fisherman, whoso
caso Is attracting- po much attention,
Judgo Andrndo found tho ilcfrrdant
'Cultly und fined him $000. Judgo
QiinrleH, his attorney, Immediately not
ed' a nnipeal and the r.iso will go to
tho Supremo Court, whoso decision
will bo of tho gie.ilest Interest, as If
It Is In laor ot the defendant It li
probable that others of tho business
llcensu rciiulicmuiitn, wilt bo attacked.
DE BOLT APPROVES
Sheba's Assailant Is At
Liberty On $15,000
Mori, tho Japanese Illgfter Wrtgo
delegate who attempted to assassi
nate L'dltor Shcha ot the 'Hawaii
Shlnpo during the recent strike, Is
now nt liberty upon n bond of STi,
000, the securities presented being
considered sufflclcnt by Judgo Do
Holt nnd tho bond approved.
Tho rclenso of Motl comes as n re
sult of a determined campaign that
was waged by the officers of tho now
defunct Higher Yngo Association to
obtain bondsmen for tho would-bo
The sureties nn' tlic bond nro Ko
asakl, Yamashlro, who was n figure
in tho strlko trials, Yec Yap, nnd Y.
Anln. The buioIIcs and their prop
erty Interests were Biijcctod to n
careful investigation by City nnd
County Attorney Cathc.irt nnd final
ly met with Hio approval of Clrrult
Judge Do Holt, lily whose coillt tho
Mori case Is ponding.
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
Articles of association luo been
filed for the Knimuki Land Company,
which proposes to engage, In cl(iiislvu
icnl ostnto operations In tin' portion
of tho city. Tho oulcen. of tin now'
corporation aro 1. n. Stcor-, pu,sl0"nt,v
Charles A. Stanton, vlco picylduilt,
Frank Thompson, treasurer, E. C.
Iratt, secretniy, and W. P. Hoth. niul.
Itor. 'The capital stock 'of tho corpor
ation Is fixed at $50,000 with tho priv
ilege of extension to $100,00,1. Thomp
son has Eiibscalbed to' 121 shares of
tho caidtal BtocK and rftce'.'ij to 123.
MANY SALES OF
Manager .Schumnn reports a big
run oh the popular "E. M. V." Stu-
debakcr cars, and no less than four
of them were sold this week, Tho
Volcano Stables, HIlo, has purchas
ed one, and Mr. Lyons ot Mcllrjde
plantation, Knual, has also gone In
for nn "K. M. K."
Then the Wnlema Stables ot
Kauai bought a beautiful machine
of the same type, and will use It
the rent business on the island.
Tho latest local man to (buy nn "13.
M. 1-Y Is Lester Petrlc, tho well
known sportsman, who will now In
dulge in the delights ot'nutomobll-
The big r.ocomobllo that attracted
such n lot ot attention at tho Schu
mnn garage has been sold to Gus
CANTON OAHU ELECT OFFICERS.'
At tho regular meeting of Canton
Oahu, No. 1, Patriarchs Militant, I. O.
O. V., hcl dlast night, tho folhmlug of
fice weru elected for tho ensuing
j car: Commandant, M. T. Slmoiiton;
Lieutenant, II. It. Williams; Kmdgti
II. V. lie; Clerk, It. W. Foster; Ac
countant, Hubert Neiiaugli.
The Canton, which Is tho uniform
rank of tho Odd Fellows, Is in a very
flourishing condition, jiew applications
for membership being received ut al
most every meeting. ..
NIRM0DE BACK FRO M "
Four distinguished nlmrads
stepped from the gangplank pt tho
steamer Mauna Kca this moinlngv
wearlug 'smiles of satisfaction nnd
hearing tiophlcs ot the chnto nvor
tho lilllstdes of Liinal. The paity
Inclmled Captain CnUner,- Judgo S.
11. Dole, O. A. Wlldci and W. T.
Those "Arnold" Goods
The True Baby Outfit
B. F. Ehlers & Go.
Mayor of Leon
Endorses Peru na.
Stntr .Don ArxhitixtJo Gueden, Mayor fif Leon, Guanajuato, Attxico, Having
Dtrivtd Satitfactory Rcsulti From the Use oVeruna, Adviut Ikt
Ptrunof Company otfit Fad in the Following Letter:
MUNICIPAL PALACE. LEON, GUANAJUATO. MEXICO.
The Peruna Drug Co., ,
Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.)
Haying taken Peruna with very satisfactory results, I i
pleased to a'dvlse you ot It by means ot this letter.
Very truly yours
(Mayor of Lcont)
Catarrh of Hot Countries.
In cold countries catarrh usually at
.'ect tho head, throat or lungs, ,
Hut thoro la xform ot catarrh quite as
icrlous and initially ot a.moro acute
form, which holdssw oy In hot countries,
sudltas Texas, Mexico and n largo por
tion of South America. This form of
catarrh affectrf tho 'nllmcntary cnnal.
The itomsch, liver, bowels and kidneys
aro tho principal organs affected.
Whllo It Is truo that occasionally in
hot countries catarrh of the nooor ca
tarrh of tho head oeeurt, it is also truo
that In cold countries during tho warm
seasons catarrh of the abdominal organs
Is frequent. ,
It remains a fact, however, that ca
uurh ot the respiratory organs It
The following wholcsalo drugght
will supply tho retail trader
The ,ileet-footcd go.it who con
tributes to the nnlmiif life of La
nnl was gle'i n pietty Htremioua
tlmo while tho hunters were rang
ing rampant liter tho Island'. Aboit
thirty-live goati were bagged niul
Bvcr.u' ""? u"1"a ' ',"":
n . . .., . . .
uieo urougui uucii ns'cviiicnie oi mo
fine resulls ot tho expedition.
The hunteis left Honolulu on the
Mauna Kca, nnd, taking p.ihingo by
u. smaller veseel at Lahan.i, they
returned to the Maul port jesterduy
in time-to catih tho iiiter-lsland lin
er fui Huuolulu.i
Oceanic whuit was hist night tho
setting for tho most attractive sccno
In Its history when the "Chrlsby
Minstrel Troup" of II. l. 8. llcdford
entertained their friends. For dnjs
men have been liyly-Htonlng the
dock und prcpuijtig scenery, and iho
i.efToitHof nil yinrt'incd woiu, clown
ed with HUCCCHS.
The grim battleship wns outlined
with lights and thu dock was g.ty
with bunting und thu virions llngx
of (lre.it llrltnln.
There nro n number of pleasing
voices among thu troup, nnd nil
sang with splilt und true uiluslrcl
dash. Tho audience greeted each
number with ciithtisliiMu.
Lieut, Moon of tho uitllleiy mips,
vho pleaded guilty to Inning failed to
lelurii books bomiuod from tho coipx
library, was ordered by n rnuit-mnitlal
reprlmauilOd und confined within the
post for thic-u months.
185 editorial rooms 5G busi
nees-office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Consider how tender tho baby's
nnd tho imiloituiico of so-
rlcht unrmnnlu Is emtiha-
sized, Tho flno knit fabrics ot tho
"ARNOLD" GOODS mo nmdo from
soft, twltct jnrns, chemically treat
ed to make them highly antiseptic,
sanitary mid absorbent. Theso gar
ments excel in beauty .of finish,
shnpellnesH and noii-ln Hating quali
ties. Motheis Booking thu best for
their babies will by all nieana adopt
tho AllNOLD" KNIT OAltMr.NTS.
See "Ainold" catalog for llmstra-,
tlons and full descriptions.
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico, Oct. 10, 190S.
' A. QVEDEA.
characteristic of cold coiilifrM, wMln
catarrh of the alimentary' canal and '
abdominal organs Is characteristic ot
Words of. Gratitude.
Mr. M. 8. Ilodrlguer, Viinegas, H. L. P.,
Moxlco, in a recent letter to The l'eruiin
Drug Mfg. Co., writes :
"Since the ago of eight years I havs
suttercd with chronic catarrh.
"I consulted dlftcrvnt well-known
doctors and took many rcmcdtcAbut
nothing helped mo pennant ntly.
"Finally ono of yonr booklets, 'Tho
Ills of Life,' reached my hand, and
seeing that other cnxc Just like mine
woro being treated -with Pvruun, I do
"After taking thrco bottles, I consid
ered myself entirely well."
' ' Hawaii
SALE. OF SEATS IS BIO.
Tho saio of heats for tho Constab
ulary band conceit, which began at',
tho Orphuuin thU morning, wns veiy
laigf . Heiiuosts ale inailo foi tickets
fur both con curt a and thero Is eiuiy'
Indication that the concert on Tuesday
night will bo befoiu an nmllcnco Ih it
will test tho enpacit) of tho Orphciru.
In tho organization thcru Is j! boast
! thnl It has no less, than twenty-two s
lolsts. More Umn that It can cliunr.u
tin b.imlto.isymphon o.ciieatr'.iaiulhniL
In less than ten, minutes, finm n iiil I-'
taiy b.iiul to u sjmfuVmy oichesti.i am!
It Is tho Intention of Captain I.oWiig to
have ono of his concertH a H)inphimy.
This wlllTio it tieal for thero him nev
er been u sjiiphon conceit hcio by
mi largo an oichestui. At their hou.u
,lu Manila Ilia baud p!.i)H uViry ulgl.t
In tho jenr on tho central pl.ize to iiii-'
dlencoH nuniberlug thirty-five llumsaii'l
ipeisons and tho change ( pruginm Is
to riciiueiil thlil tho MiiiiUu Jolks do
not luivi; it hancu to Kick huciiitu ion-,
positions me pl.ied uvor mid nwr
agal nto Iho bantu peoplo. In this ie
hlMxt It Is wimowlmt ilirfoieiil from
tho expeilenco of Caplnlii llcrgor.
Tire Dotioit Fcdenstlon of L-ibnr
practically withdrew fioni (Iki-Aiiium
lean Kudornllliii of L-ibnr by xillug nn
iinlmoiisly not to rompl with tho io-
cent nrdor or thu executlio c-ouncll to,
unseal tho Klocliicai Workor'u union. (
with 'silver' 'mono
grams make- very
See our new line of
Ebony Toilet Ware
H. F. Wichman
. j& Co.. Ltd.,
. . Lending Jewelers.