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EVENING nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., feATURDAV. OCT. 16, 1909
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OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Exclusive Agents for the Territory
(By E. S. Goodhue, M. D. of Holualoa.)
Icctuicr (n lirllllnnt speaker whoso
ii.iiiic I h.ivo forgotten), driving him
about, mill showing Mm tlio sights.
Ibis was ilonu wlthmit provoking
the liatt criticism, tliiiiiRh In ninny
rospocts this negro nml his wife
who not tuclnlly mi fait. ISvon no.
tho wti mit picked Id pieces lis
It wni nflcr these pleasant dnjs'
unions lliu Riverside mnngii grovoJ,
that I ii'turncil to .m l-'rauclsco,
anil, many montliH later, porMiadcd
my rather to bell out his Cistern ln
teieslK nml nunc to Hlcililc tu llw
Shortly after our milval I begun
nnuKiianer work. i
Ah I lime said nlreaily. the Doom .(nie lirttcr pioplo have heen In less
surrounded in, hut himlly nlleieil culimed towns.
the steady giowth of tho city wluiho J Oil. newspaper iclutlomi wcro cor
icililents were not easily excited. On dial too. There was, of couiho, n
tho whole a good rllninle, good soil,
nhundanee of water, nnd lavv-abtd-li.g,
To this day I nm Impressed with
thu optlmtHui of nil clashes living In
the valley, and the kindly spirit
thown nnw-oeuiers, particularly
those who engaged in business or
Theio was room for nil- No seem
ing Jealousy, or contempt, or wish
to bellttlo. The papers vied with
under nny circumstances. If wo
tdiould ho forced Into a fray, It will
lie In defence of a principle.
To live unnclglihorly neighbors;
to he enemies In tho midst of church
es and Masonic Temples, Is to glvo
hosliigcs to tho devil.
In this wldo Cnllfornln-land, nt
least; where thcalr Is pure and tho
skies bnlniT, let us bo as sunshiny
Ins tho climate."
Wit htho help of many other news
papers throughtout tho Stato which
copied and elaborated our paragraph',
the two hllllgcrcnts wcro shamed off
The Y. M. C. A. reading rooms
vvoio now trnnsfcried from their
small quartern on K)ghth Btrect, op
posite the "Enterprise" office, to
their own splendid apartments In a
new stono building, built expressly
for the Association. The day tho
coiner stone was laid I Issued a four
page paper called The Corner Stone,
n copy of which .was placed with
other souvenirs In the south corner
of the foundation. A lot was given
for this building by Mr. V. A. Miller
pioprletor of "Olcnwood Cottage,"
now Olcnwood Inn.
Mr. 8. L. Alderman succeeded my
r.ich other In saying niio thing
about visitors and residents alike,
without icgnrd to whether they
voio rlih or poor, and certainly the
I'hiMtnn chnitty shown covered a
A big, wholesome- way had lllvor
Mde. taking eiuh man for what he
K3iued, never ciltlral or sneering,
ncvor envious of the successful or
popular, necr hnrklng back to
where u limn came fiom to dlscovor
If ho hadn't in lived on falae (hecks,
tmor mic hilly shudowtyg a uiiiu, or
a woman cither.
"If wo are deceived In any one."
mill one of tho best lesldents to mo,
"he hurts himself and not in. Wo
mo nlvvnys uplifted by loosing on
the good side of even a bail man."
To my mind, such a Mill It carried
out In a community. Is vvnith mnro
as an Induiement to Bottleis and vi
sitors, than any other uilcitleincnt.
It Is not baaed on Hi' nlmlghtv dol
lar, but on good will to men. Many
of our lesldents weio from the
South, but they took part In the
ceremonies of Herniation Day with
tho rust; the Ulna and tho (liay bo
Ing honored alike.
I will glvo In bonin later Issue or
Iho "Hulk tin" part of it n address I
was asked to niako, published at the
(line, nnd sent by my friend Single
tary to (len. Joe Wheeler who was
kind enough to write me a note;
"I have ie.nl with deop sym
pathy our tender words 1 nm
glad to see Inch a spirit In the
now West, wheia so many of
our people have gone. Wo mo
lirolhcis; let us bo friends."
It was my duty no a uioniber of
(ho "Management Committee" of the
Y. M. C...A. will! ollieis to entertain
tbloodcd necio .minister
good niitured ilvnlry, nnd wo twitted
inch other In n Jocose way, but I do
not leinemhcr any bitterness or In
justice In pi luted word, so common
In some localities,
liven the Ran Ilernaidlno cdltois
who looked Upon Itlversldo ns rather
"good .goody," piuvoktd no decided
The only ie.il quarrel Hint I re
member, w.w that between tho 1M-,
mnit'i 'rltiii.ri mill Him Pi rii7ro,.K nnd'
though only n joulli. 1 nuido up my brother ns President of tho Assocla
mlud never to waste brain tlssuo and lion. This work wns near my heart,
printer's Ink In scurrilities. As tho us it appealed to those who real needs
result of 'a little "1'iew Meeting." rould bo met each day by genuine
it dov eloped upon tho "Enterprlso" bmpnthy nnd help.
to attempt to bepnrato tho Pomona, Tho Ilev. W. H. Iloblnson, general
iditois, so I cuno out with nn cdl- secretary, was n splendid man, un
torlal entitled "THUOWINU MUD." trnmoled by undue orthodoxy, gen
I cuol.o cmly n few cxti acts from this: tie, netful. In nil respects fitted for
"Two dally papers In Pomona, the his work, I was Intimately connect-
Times and the Pi ogress, uro bUBlly cd with him for several years, cs-
cugiigcd In throwing ndoho at each pcclally In our personal work among
other. I.Ike two naughty boH who joung man. As a delegate to tho
tight, they will not find out until Sth Annual District Convention, nnd
the fun Is over, how little tho sat- Chairman of tho District Committee
Ufactlnn of being ablo to hay 'I bent which Issued an appeal to the ouns
'en'' mr.kos up for black eves, soro men of Buuthern California to make
bones, and a bespattered nppearnnco Itlversldo their hendouartcrs during
generally. One pitches over a hand- tho Convention, I had ample oppor
lul of mill mid cries: 'Oh, ou un- tunlty to meet many bright nnd In
llguined iiiijiiuniiillstic thing,' vvhllo teicstlng lads who had come West
he oth'T returns with: 'Nono of for u stnrt.
vmir hog-w.ikh now." Public speaking was .Btlll rather
el.t us hope that these othcrwlso Irksomo to me, so, at tho Request of
bnnslblo papeis will either stop their 'tho editor of tho Y, M. C. A. "news,"
nonsente, or be content to test bur- I took up a department entitled:
led up In their own luhhlsh. As n "Tulks In Our Parlor."
uile, a novvspapcr quarrel Is like n
Kontu ky feud, interminable. Crcs.
We bee no teuton why editors
ihould not be good friends. If n
certain business man hated every
other business man engaged in roin
pelltlvo Undo, whnt n world of con
fusion this would bo!
Though ut homo In my own spe
cific Held, I was at tho outset of my
experiences In Riverside, reluctant to
nssnmo nny oftiie which would ro
qulio public Bpoaklng, which cer
tainly was my beto-nolr.
So, of courso, 1 wns chosen Presi
dent of tho Prohibition Club, bo
foro which I mudo my first sad
I miiv have been afflicted with
During this period, the Baptist
church then a very popular congre
gation, gnve an er.tortnfnmcnt call
ed a "Jnpanese Wedding," the pro
ceeds of which wero to go towards
n local charity. Mrs. Holt (Kendall)
the actress then In Itlversldo, drill
ed tho doten or so of protty brides
maids, as .well as tho bride and my
self .(the bridegroom), The-thlng
proved a great attraction and was a
roaring succors financially. My bride
was tho wife of Itobcrt Jnck of whom
1 have already given nn account in
tho "Two Hobs."
' And here let mo toll n HttliS story
somewhat personal to myself ns all
these records arc, but rolovant, I
Many years nflcr the moc kmnr
ringc, t met in Chicago the young
womnn whb became my wife. At,
tho very moment of my proposal of
marriage to her, nn Impulse of mis
chief seized me, nnd pausing with n
serious fare, I said: "At such n tlmo
UB this, I believe there should bo
no hick of confidence cbtwecn us,
and I must tell you, dear, that I was
mnrrled jenrs ago In California."
Tho cxprcFslon of disappointment
which followed this statement,
prompted me to offer nn explanation
nlld this not been forthcoming,
my wife savs that she would never
Iibyo accepted mo, but I nm mascu
line enough to doubt this!
Ono day while In my sanctum. Sen
ator Washburno of Minnesota called
In to hnvc n chnt. Ho was visiting
Riverside, he said, and never filled
to look up n "Ooodhue," ns one of
Ills dearest friends In Minnesota boro
My uncle had gone to Minnesota
In early days, leaving his name to
a town and county In that stato be
Bides several descendants. And only
last week snmo person unknown sent
mo n postcard of tho "prosperous
town of Goodhuo County, Minne
sota." Among my chums was a quiet
young man from Drockton, Mass.,
who afterwards nchlcvcd consider
ablo fame as a painter In Santa Uar-
barn whero he died o ftubcrculosl.
Ills name wns Ames, and one of his
pictures In tho Paris salon was talk
Miss Mnrclft Crnft now a success
ful Grand 6pcra singer, was then
pumlng her wins. Mr. Miles, 'tho
nctor, wns a young man working as
a bookkeeper In' a bank, as I re
member, a strong socialist and
Knight or Labor.
There was no dearth of social
events In tlio llttyo city, nnd the
nlr was charged with the gaycty and
life of buoyant )ouths of both sex
es. In runlHicr wo all went to Ln
guna Hcactli,"thcn tho Itlversldo sen
Bide colony, CO miles distant by car
riage, through Santa Ana and Tus
(In. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Scott of Ho
lualoa, wcro then residents of Santa
Ana. Things musical, artistic and
literary which my work did not glvo
me tlmo to attend to any extent,
formed a Mrpc part of tho amuse
ments of 'the colonv.
I always availed myself of oppor
tunities to be among the children
and ns a member of the Committee
of Awards In the Dcmorest contests.
I saw much good work, and somo
remarkable work done by very Bmnll
children of tho district. One little
Miss I remember' particularly, Lnch
her name was, I think, showed great
promise in hci papers. All these
aids, with the Indefinable but none
tho less real'nlmosphcro of earnest
endeavor towards higher things, are
Badly missed bore, nt least outside
of Honolulu, and nno's spiritual na
ture must go hungry.
I think that I miss young people '
their dear bright faces .their songs,
their laughter, the meeting of them
In churches, Sundny school, and the
soclnl contact with them all, more
than anything else.
We are sadly Isolated. It there
Is an thing which will be strong
enough to tako mo nwny from Ha
waii, It will be tho desire to satisfy
a hunger for the companionship of
optimistic arid kindly men. And ns
for tho children Ood bless them nil
of whatever- color or condition tho
world would be a sorry place with
out them. Every hotel which re
fuses to entortaln families In which
there are children, ought to bo boy-
totted by respectable men and wo
men. And every man except a Bick
one (who should never be In a ho
le.!), that dislikes to have childron
around, or that is annoyed by tho
laughter and 'piny of our little ones,
ought to bo Bent to the Crnnk's Asy
lum nnd kept there until ho Is cured
of his dreadful dlstomper. I cannot
understand even how a sane man
will allow himself to be dlsturbod
by n crying bnby. Every altruistic
sense of love nnd pity should be cull
ed Into play by the sob of a help
less child. And tho ronlly naughty
bo Interested In and not an object of
In 1889 I went to Sn Fraclsco to
compclto arrangements for the pub
lication of n book of verses entitled:
"Verses from tho Valley."
This volume with lilies and clgan
tlnes on tho outsldo cover by Mr.
Hoc, contained lines contributed for
many periodicals In California and
the East. ' Every poem had seen the
TJijuvkviiii i "' ' " wmwwwwwwwwww "I
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Hcht In somo remitnblo Journal. I
..! vf (tnornhar wlltl KratitiMiO
OI1I1M WW H.HIHM.V1 " . t. - .
the Ikndly reception g(ven hlswall
by the press of California, more, 1
nm aware, because I was a fellow
crnftsman than because ofVany llter-
, ary preeminence. Tho.followlng no
tice In a local paper Is n samplo of
over 800 from n paragraph to two
columns In length:
"E. 8. 0. well and lovingly known
ns a writer of V prose and verso
throughout California, Is about to Is
buo a book of poems entitled 'Verses
from tho Valley.' It will be a gem.)"
Of rourso theodltor did not know
whether It would bo n gem or not,
but he Just -said so out of his heart.
In San Francisco I went to my old
room at the Palace which I have
occupied at occasional Intervals, up
to 1898, my InBt visit. It has never
been tho fashionable or popular ho
tel, by nny means, but I nlwnys found
It homelike nnd comfl table.
In 1900 while on a visit to Los
Angeles, wo attended ono of two
lectures delivered for tho benefit of
a Gill's Home In the city, which we
were told was now a prosperous In
stitution. If so, Mrs. H. A. Watson should
she bo living, must feel well re
warded for her hard work continued
with faith and struggle.
As editor of tho "Enterprise," I
took the matter up with our people.
and wns successful In securing qulto
n number of names to tho subscrip
Tho following letter from Mrs.
Watson Is self explanatory:
I.os Angeles, May C, 1887.
, "cDar Sir: I notice In tho Her
ald that you have started a subscrip
tion list In your office for the strny
girls' home. Many thanks for your
Interest In the work. Hut few of
our citizens realize how much we
need such a home In Southern Cali
fornia. There aro young girls to
day In our houses of Ill-fame, ask
ing Cod, to help them break tho
chains that bind them, nnd yet
knowing that thero Is nothing for
them outside but scorn nnd contempt.
No helping hand or cheerful home
to bring Influences about them, and
ralso them up to a higher nobler
life. Thero are bo many young girls
too that cw can save, who have not
taken many false stepB, hut are on
v(ho iiuro road to ruin. We expecti to
establish an unscctarlun christian
home, to which girls can bo com
mitted from tho courts girls thnt
aro refractory and need restraint.
Wo have legal power to ,hold them,
till we can bind them with tho cords
Many thanks for your help and
encouragement. It Is only through
the press that wo can reach the peo
ple: MI18. II. A. WATSON.
6 Sand St.,
To Editor Enterprise, Itlversldo.-
At last after a varlablo and de
sultory study of medicine accom
plished between tasks of necessity,
I sold my cottage and lot In tho
city, and prepared to go to Chicago.
Much pressure wns brought to boar
upon mo to cantlnuo In newspaper
work, by friends I knew nnd thoso
who had been strangers to me. A
posltto ns nn editorial writer on tho
Youth's Companion sti.ff was secur
ed for me, ns well as a position on
ono of tho Hoston dalamln, offering
to buy out n half Interest for me In
ono of the successful newspapers of
Hut I remained Inflexible, and In
n few weeks was on my way to Chi
cago where I expected to remain, an4
did remnln nearly four years In thi
study of medicine.
PROBATE OF WILL
"The Home Beaiitifuf
h the name of n illustrated panphlet-whlch e
'diitribnte'free of charge-whlch will give you many use
ful ideal 'of beautifying your home and den at very UtUe
We are showing the necessary materials.
Colonial Drapery Fabrics
40 Inches wide, 25c,yard ,.
Also a full line of CURTAIN SWISSES from 12Vio yd.
We will have a special display this week of , , ,
In Real lace Spanish lace in Black and White and
In the latest art designs; direct from Paris.
,he Court of Land Registration he UanDH A Wf.tT.Rn
appointment of Mr. wngni ocii.b UIIIVU l "
approved by Judge Robinson.
The worn of tho Court of Land
Registration' U Increasing rapidly
lately as to volume and Importance
of tho business transacted.
COST HIM $20
. TOM PRINCE
Failure Of Japanese
Who ha tasie and wish-
ea to' buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Hakiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000, The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
, for ....' $15,000.00
lot 100x150. 4,700.00
When a limn keeps digging nt his .break,
btnther competitor, biting nnd nag-
ping like n malevolent cur, It Is a
pietty sine sign that either ho Is
suffering from ilemljohn mentsnnps,
It was n bad one, I think, before
our own members, where I was liter
ally forced to take the position al
though I disclaimed nil knowledge
or Hint he Is bolng forced out of tho of parliamentary law.
Bids for the opening up of new
streets on the Waialae side of Kait
muki. Call and s:e us for full pan
lists bv tlm laws of evolution.
While this fight may provo dainag
Ing to seveial pernins, It is Intel est
Inrj tn nniie.
I went home nngry at mjself, Put
determined to master tho matter Af
terwards came innnv public meet
ings, with Introductions of public
lid for our part, wo dlsllko to flglit speakem ns well ns addresses, which
Kaimuki Land Co.,
nii.1 Ofl ViMiur TUflv
I1IU WU 4UIIIIL JJIIIft It
Honolulu, i , jHiitlclvll ongli
Itonins 37 nnd 38 Young Dldg,
A petition has been filed In tho
Circuit Court for tho probate of tho
will of tho lato Holen W. Kolsey of
Tho will was executed Juno 3d,
1913, and bequeaths all property to
n son, Theodore Kelsey, v
The will stipulated that In the
event of tho Bon's death before his
majority, all of tho property of 'tho
estate wns to go to William L, Whit
ney, now Judge of tho Circuit Court,
subject to trust.
NAMES WEAVER J
Owing to the large Increasor of
business In the Court of Land Regis
tration, Judge W. J. Robinson today
appointed P. L. Wcavor, former
Judge of the Court, as examiner of
titles, the other .examiners being
Wade Wairen Thajor and J. M.
Jl'ii'ler tlm nrnvlsolns of Cliunlr
15 J of thn Revised Laws of Hawaii,
M.h". Slmonson, registrar, today ap
pointed (lenrgo !', Wright as assist-
A fine of $20 was Impoacd by Cir
cuit Judgo Do Holt this morning
upon the Jnpanese hack driver,
Uieno,, who, In answer to a patriot
ic Impulse, went to Bee the arrival ot
the Prince instead of obeying a buu
poena Issued for him as a witness In
the trial of Fushlmo and Kakwoka
ml, charged with Illegal Imprison
ment. When Uyono was subpoenaed
by Chester Doyle he stated that he
was "too busy," his engagements ap-
narcntly consisting In frequenting a
Japanese billiard parlor and occa
sionally driving a hack. HIb excus
es were not accepted by Judge u
Holt, his contempt of court as shown
In his failure to obey the subpoona
being Bhown by the statements of
Attorney Prosser and tho testimony
of Doyle. ' '
Salto, a Jnpancso charged with
selling liquor without n license, se
cured a suspension sentence for 13
mouths on the motion ot Deputy City
and County Attorney Drown. ho
entered a plea of guilty to the
charge, but according to Ilrown's
statement there were mitigatory cir
cumstances in tho case.
Ah Hoy, gulltyl of selling opium,
secured a suspension ot sentenco on
his promise to leave for China with
in a month. It he does not he will,
bo arrested and sentenco Imposed.
Ah Ko, In reply to a question by
Judge De Dolt as to whether ho
was guilty or not guilty of Boiling
"r am guilty and 8k your honor
to pardon mo."
"Pardoning power lies with tho
Governor," replied Judge De Dolt.
The Chlncso was not "pardoned,"
but secured a suspension of sentence.
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 000.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road '. 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
135 ..V..... 1,600.00
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
60x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A
On Fort St. A six-room
Fifteen Chinese gathered In from
an old,' established lalrfon,.l'aualil
street ,tl)ls, morning 'jire now ,of tho,
opinion mni tney ,musi nave ucon,
handed the wrong plpo. Somo wtso
personago has been passing through
that portion ot Chinatown spreading
the cheering news taht Chief Leal
had taken a trip for his health.
The chief of detectives and hench
men swooped down upon tho bunch
shortly nfter 9 o'clock this morning
and caught the crowd red-handed In
n gnuie of sub-chiil,
Mf.ll.inoney and mnrl.eiH were
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will, not be avail
able tomorrow. We
'have over 300 proper
ties lilted. Call and
see us about them.
nglnoer and surveyor of M"l", ' Uie'pollco staflon
Real Estate -
Phone 152. 82 Xing St.
1 A, V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Hnlletln Businesr Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.