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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 11 MONDAY, NOV. S, 190!).
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Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBXSI.
Wulloco R. Purrlngton, - Ddltor
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Who is dumb? He who docs not
know how to say kind things at the
proper time. Hindu.
-m -i. ii- i
Delegate Knlaiil.innnle's nnnouiice-
incut niatlc today that ho will bo a
taittllilnto for ro-electlon as Delegate
lo Coiifiress Is the best political news
the people of this Territory havo re-
eclvcd hi main n da)
This means that the Delegate has
in.ido up his mlnil to cnrr thrtniKh
to completion the Important local
mid national piojects that hao been
originated during his service In the
The Bulletin his no doubt
that the Delt-gato has been ahlc to
uiaKc tt favorable de Islon on account
of the splendid Indication given his
Judgment bj i . lecord of tho Ter-I
rltorlul Lc i.tuic In special ses
tlon. While the timid ones were doubt
ing mid hesitating and woir)lng, ,
the Delegate not onl) lavou-d the
extra session, but became sponsor
for the excellence of tho work Hint
would be done and the speed with
which It would bo carried thiough.
The magnificent reran! having been
made, the Delegate. It would stem
could not lofnre to listen to tho call I
to do what ho can for tho advance- I
ment of tho Territory anil Its pcoplo Let tho tiansporlatlon men rrnlliro
by consenting to i eturn to Washing-"'at they have tho lo)al nm! por
tou. manent bacKlug of the. protected In-
Delegnlo Kuhlo ami tho party he tercsts of this Territory, and ever)
reptesenlH could hardlj be In a more lnloiest Is iiioteclid.
fuorablo position than nt tho prcs-i - t It be made-plain to tho steani
cnt time. fihli npciiitnra that their duty In
Tlte vexed land question has beer, return for this Icijnl suppoit Is to
thoiotighly thieehed out at homo I"" " the "lilps that will not only
The amendments to the Organic Act,,,lrr- "in ficlp-M, !"t our passen
havc been canvassed, and tho Delo- BelH lls well In an over Increasing
Bate In presuntlug tho mcasuro to'll"mb'r-
Congrss will do so with tho iinar.l-1 That's whnt Hawaii wants, that
moils hat Mng of tho representatives I "''-'l "Ml put Hawaii on the map
of tho people of Hawaii. , " commonwealth of gelf-rcspcct-
Ihoro can be no partisan Issue :n ''V- seir-re-ljliig, aggressive people,
tho laml law amendments or anj tl,llt mi hato fw loupeo pnlltl
other amendiiients. , Democrats and '''" l Its nililst, hut Is nlvvnja
Home Itulers united' their ote with u,ll '" rl!, abno th.it Ktundard.
tho Republicans in the linn: coticlu- t-
With such unanimity of opinion
lit home the Delegate Is in a posi
tion to get greater lesults, and wo
know that ho has already landed
more things for Hawaii than tho
average Congressman and two Sena
tors secure foi their constituents In
a life time of scivlco.
The II ii I 1 o t I n congratulates
tho Delegate on his conclusion, and
wo enn mil) mill tho pievlously ex
pressed hope that tho people will
tune tbn uoiul liiilL'tiiput i nini...
unanimous, 1)r more nenrl) so than
HAWAII AND MERCHANT MARINE.
Inspired and cncouriiBed by
the words of John A. ronton,
secretary of tho National Mci
cliant .Marine League, l!io of tho
leading citizens of Sin Tinn
Cisco nt n banquet at tho Tali
tuont hott I last night pledged
by their henit) applausu their
support to tho ciursu of merl
tan shlpplni, l'cutou was tho
last speaker of tho cnenlng,
antl welding into u unity tho
mldrehses that lint! preceded and
adding much to his own, ho
called for the jiassaf,o by tho
next C'ongiess of nn ocean mall
net which shall onro again ro
slore (ho Ami'ilinn flag on tho
, i-eas San rianclsco News
Tho II u I I o t i n commends this
nrtlnn of Sin rianclsco leadois to
iits rcntleis In coulriibt with tho fu-
- tllo attempt inatlo thiough tho
Hotiso of Heprcsentatlvcs of this
Territory to assist In ildlng thu
American Hag nit tho high sous In
this part of tile world,
it ought to ho nppaient that tho
piojilo of this Torrllor) nro not In
favor of suspension of tho protection
, filveii tho American miicliant nut-
'r)one, clesplto tho gloilons outcry of
'the Ion, Joel Cohen that ranted tho
coastwise law suaponslon resolution
to inglorious defeat
J Mo solid men cjf theso Islands bo -
tlipso Islands bo
Iloo In protertlori
tlon should he toVOo
plica I Ion totho uhlpa that sail un-
4 tier inn aiiieiiraii nag,
tlUl.l.lt II M
i a .n
Ter Sik MontnA
Per ear, anywhete In U 3
Pet Year anythcre n Canada
Per Veal imtpalJ, loteiKO 3,ik j
Euirred at the tMnfticf at Honolulu
m srcotKl clan mtiltr.
NOVEMBER 8. 1009
tntlon tlimcults Is to appeal to tho
patriotism ami the business Judg-
went of ' w" people Hist ami re-
j on the flu.il Rood Judgment of tlio
iinw.ill has llio nionev to liillltl 1U
nun tdilnit nm! lake r:trp of Its own
freiBht nm, passenger tralllc. It has
the business to innKe the ships pros-
perous. The only threat which bus-
loess men have to causo them to
hesitate from bullilliiB tho ships
that should be built Is that con-,
talncd In such Ill-tempered resolu
tions as the one which Cohen fath
eied. The) nrc slow to lnent n mil
lion dollars In :i steamship when a
Legislator anxious foi something on
which to malvo u speech makes an
nltncU on American shipping by ap
pealing to tho foreigner for nsslst
unco Instead of robing on tho pa
tilotlsm of Amei leans.
Let us have un end of this bust-ness-Mllliig
proposition of trying to
wlpo out tho American ships wo
Let us Join with (he powerful anil
aggressive men of the mainland In
forwarding ecrj mcasuro tint will
aKslst In the up-bu!ldlng of the
Let us make It plain that we
slau I for Anieilcan shipping first,
last anil iihuijn,
Let there be no doubt that wo
favor the ship subsidy law.
HAWAII'S MARATHON V.0N3R.
None of the Maiathon records of
the world ran cipial that mule by
tho foi ty-sev en-) car-old, full-blooded
Hawaiian who set tho paco nod
inn his competitors off tlmlr feet In
the twenty-sW mllo raco of Sunday
uf lei niiiiii.
This man Knoo tan his dlstnnco
without a stop, n feat that would
hnvu been reiiiaikablc In u man half
ir'lil" g. Ho had alt tho handicaps
'" wlllcl' tho theoilsts tell us flesh
Is heir. In ngo ho Is past tho
ptlmo of life. He was born nnil
bred In tho siihtioplcal climate that
we are told Is ciienntlng nnd con
tlucle of a low Wtallty, etc, etc.,
After ono reads tho lecord of
what this man did, and knows of his
nppaient ahllit) to go out mid do
tho same thing over In perhaps bet
ter time, ho begins to think that tho
theorists don't know It nil. Ho
must ceilnlnly ho coin luted that
Hawaii has nothing of which it need
bo ashamed to offer as nil tiutialncd
product of its rllmatc.
This, coupled with that Molok.il
record of soino twenty chlldirii
swimming three miles to shoio from
n c unsized plc.isuro craft, must Im
press thu people moro fotcllilj than
census figures that tho Hawaii in
lace Is not -wholly deteriorating un
der thu Influence of civilisation,
Tho fact that the resolution mo
moralllng Congress to Biispond tho
tonstwiso shipping law as applied to
tho Tcnltoiy of Hawaii pnt-sed the
lloiifco of Itopiescntnthcs Saturday
I elicits nn credit upon Its ndocatcs
nor can It bo accepted as a tlepend
ublo expression of the iittltudo of
tliH IIouso miijoilty.
The lesolutloii was Introduced at
the eleventh hour when tho Houso
was in a muilhuud condition nnd at
a ilmo when the fallacious aigimient
.uUuiiced by Itepio eutatho Cohen
iw"uld hao (ho greatest effect. Hep
leseniatives Castio anil Affonso
Jlhuwed that tho wholo prlni-lplo of
piotectlcm to tho marltlrao com
moito of tho United Stntos In the
I Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
A home in Moiliili is offered for
snle at a great sacrifice. Property
consists of one-half acre of highly
improved laud and a new 5 bedroom
house. The place is well located
and grounds arc in lawn and planted
with trees and shrubs. If you de
sire to own such a property the
nrico can be made attractive.
Trent Trust Co., I.td.
Bishop Trust Co.,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
043 BETHEL STREET.
to bo sacilflced bctaiiho. as Cohen
declined, a few pisscngers wore
foned to tcnipoiary Intomcnleneo
In San rrancKco or llouiuulu.
In his nigiiment against tho pas
sago of tho roMilutum Castro show
ed that tho cry condition claimed
to exist by Cohen and other ndo
cntes of coastwise supension was tho
most encouraging and stimulating
piuspect for nddlttons to tho Amcil
can ships In tho Tactile.
The Senate ussuiued this qw nn I
cnerw helmed tho leioliitlon ! .1
Mite of 12 to 1.
ERA OF LOW MORTALITY.
"The cMllzcd world has Indeed
nirhed nt an era of low moitnllt)."
This conrluslou Is stated in Census
Bureau liulletln 101 on mortality
statistics for 190S, prcpaird by Dr.
Crcssy L. Wilbur, chief statistician
fur ltal statistics under Director
Duriiml, who Iiiib transmitted It lo
Secret.uy Nagel of tho Dcpaitment
of Cmnnicrrc nnd Labor.
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Waialae Tracts,
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partiMly furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
In Your Business
Tbn dcnUi talct of the registration
states In 1UU8 was 10.3 per 1,000 of
population,, which was sllghtl) low
er than thtt fur tho entire relstia
tlon aiea, ir,.l tier 1,000, and It Is
the lowest on ice oid. Dr. Wilbur
stales It U'pruhahl) the lowest death
i ate that his ever occurred hi tho
Tho death rate of the rural por
lions ot thesq stales was still lower,
being only 1 1 per 1.000, whllo that
of tho in ban population was 1G.S per
l.iioi); the lattei Including all cities
liaMng a population of 8,000 or
nioio luliab'lanta in 1000, and be-
lng iih usual, somewhat greater
than the uir.il i.ito. Such rates
would have sccnud quite out of tho
question n few )eus ngo.
I ho death i.itc of Uugland nnd
Wales Tin 190R was only 11.7 per
1,000 of population, mid ot London
Tor thn samo jctii 13 8 ier 1,000.
for each jenr slnto 1SD3 tho death
into of i:nglnuil ami Wales has bcon
less than 10 por J.ouo, with tho ox-
ceptltm of tho jini 1801, for which
)rur It was 10.2 per 1.C00, whllo no
-'" l -. t mi '
lato as low has been rccordeil for
nny previous jeais of registration.
Tho early publication of the dntn
elating to the mortality ot tho )cnr
1008 for tho registration ntca ot tho
United States wns tint) made possi
ble by the Itictcisrd promptness of
tho returns from tho slato mid city
unices, most of which now make
Tho registration nrca embraces
tho legislation sUitcH and separate
eglstratlon clUos;.ln non-rcglsttn-
tlon sfntcs nceeptcd by tho Consul
lliireau as having nppioxlmntcly
complcto registrations of death
baaed upon the requirement (ft com
pulsory biiilal pcrmlls. Tor tho
car 1908 tho registration slates
were: California, Colouulo, Connec
ticut, Indiana, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, Now York,
I,cnii8)lvnnln, Hhodo Island, South
Dakota, Vermont, Washington and
Tho District of Columbia and 71
1 eglstratlon cities in uoii-rcglslrn-tion
states, together with tho 1 egls
tratlon states mentioned, made up
thu nggregato registration nrea for
1908, whoso total estimated popula
tion for tho )car wns 15,028,7117, or
over one-half (CI. 8 per cent) of the
total estimated population of tho
continental United Slates, which was
80,871,990. Tho addition of Ohio
ror tho )car 1909 has still fmther
Incic.i80il tho percentage of tho pop
ulation reporting to Su.l! per cent,
antl other areas may bo Included for
tho calendar )onr 1910, for which dl-ic-ct
(ompnilsoiis ot tho mortality
statistics can ho made with the pop
ulation cniiinoiutctl by tho Thir
Tho total number of deaths re
turned for tho jcar 1908 fiom tho
uggregato 1 eglstratlon niea was
G91.C71. Tor the preceding jcar
tho number of deaths wns GS7)031,
or only 1,510 less than tho 190S
returns, although the registration
iiicn for 1908 was increased by
Washington and Wisconsin. The
jenr l'JOS was one of remarkably
low mortality throughout tho tlnlted
Stales so far iih can bo detei mined
f 1 nm Ilia available registration 1 co
ords and was maikcd h) 11 general
lbsencc of sewro epidemics and of
uniisuil moitnllt) fiom other causes.
lema'is cotiti Hinted 11 slightly
laigcr pioporllou of tho deaths In
190.x than the) did In 1907, but tho
actual number of deaths of males
eglsteied for 1908 was less than for
1907. The iei rentage of males was
51 'I and of females 15.7. Tho llg
ures for ngo periods show a some
what Increased per cent of deaths
of Infants under 1 )tar fur 190S,
lilt tho rntloiiH for each of tho In
dividual )cam from 1 to I nici lilonll
cnl for 1907 and 190S. A cltm
agreement appears in tho subse
quent live j oar periods, nlthoiigh
there wns 11 sllghtl) 1111110 fiiMiiuhlo
showing for 190S for tho ago periods
110111 1.1 to 19 )c.us.
Nemly ono-flfth of all tho deaths
that orciirird were tlusu of Infants
under one jc.ir of ago ami over one-
fourth arc children less than llvo
) 0.1 1 b of age.
Tor both 1907 and 1908, 9.1. 3 per
rent of nil deaths weio those of
while peiKons, whlth shows tho un
equal division of tl0 irglstintlon
area In this icspert. Mar) land Is
(he only u-glstiatltm statu with
eoiisiueianio proportion (y.l.o per
rent) of colored population.
Neail) oue-fouith of nil deaths
registered were tho-o of pnisur
born outsldo of tho United Stater..
Tho states liming tho hugest pri
portion of nntho-hoiu Amerlcnim nf
native slock, 1110, Dr. Wilbur Stales
tho ones in which It Is tho must
difficult to Brcuio tho passage of ef
fective) icglstintltm laws, 1 here
fore, tho actual mortality of Amerl-
runs of natho piicutago Is not fully
icprcsented In the I eglstratlon nrca,
although ovci two-thinks of the
deaths leglsteied weio of lintlvo
bom pel sons, and one thlid were of
nntho horn with nitho parents.
It appears that the month of max
linuni moitutity in 1908 wus Janu
11 ly, with 117,703 deaths, and Hint of
minimum mortality was June,, with
'I ho death intra ot tho Individual
leglstintlon Btates 111y for tho jenr
1908 fiom 18.1 for Call foi 11 la to
Price $2.75 to $4 dozen
The Bishop Trust Company,
Bro to nnnounco that on January 1st, 1910, they wilt
open a Ladles' Department in connection with
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interest!, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond nnd receive advice as lo
opening a bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
nny other claBg of security. Undur tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory n woman enn hold property In her own rlgl.t.
The UIMiop Trust Compnny feel that they have been
fortunate In scouring for this Department the services ot
Miss J. T. Mnclntyre, who is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu as the manager for eight jears
past of lllshop & Company's Savings Hank, Miss Macln
tyre will have an oITIco In the lllshop Trust Company's
llulldlug on Dethel Street, where she will bo found dally
from 9 to 12, after tho 1st of January. ' '
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
Wood and Coal.
We only osk n trial order.
that wc will gain your permanent
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Ifurr.ltare and Piano Movintj.
10 1 for South Diloln. Dr. Wilbur
points out that tho total vailatlon
Is less than that union;? tho great
towns ot England and that the uiiigo
of 11101 tallt) Is not excessive.
With tho exception of South Da
kota all thu reglstiutlcm states for
which data aro piesciited for innio
than a single )oar, show lower intes
for 1908 than 1907, and In sovernl '
Instances the) lilies for 1908 weio
tho lowest on leceud, lit least since
fairly neciiiatu n-Blstnitlnii has been
111 cileet. Tor Massachusetts n com
piilion uf the lutes given In tho
statu repoils since 1851 shows that,
with tho single exception of tho into
(10.3) In 1901, tho date (1C.5) In
1908 U the lowest.
Then follow tomp it IsniiH of the
death rntca ot the cities of tho Unit
ed States with 100,000 population or
ovoi In 1900. Of tho thlit)-llvu
titles considered, 11 deci cased dentil
ralo was shown In 1908 In all but
llvo Instances. Tho lenialndcr ot
the bulletin is devoted to tho con
blcleiatlon of lausea.of death, of oc
cupations In iclntlon to 11101 tallty,
and contains the olllcl.it Kngllsh
ti 1111sl.1t Inn of the icvlsed list of
(nines of death nriunge-il for us'o In
mentality tables by International
ngi cement at tho second decennial
revision in Pails Inst Jul).
After uinsqueiadlng ns n hoy foi
Unto )cars, winking In a lively stable
nnil for n giocer, "Harry Huberts" eon
lessc-d ut Clin eland that "ho" Is Lillian
Hoffman, 20 e.11s old.
Mis. (letngli I-'oiguwm, assorlatu
puiitor of tho 1'coplu'n chuicli In Wnsh
lugton, 1). C, s,i)s her sex would ob
tnlu tho ballot If they adopted the
method suggested by Samuel Adams
In revolutionary da) a edict state.
committees, study condltluns and
udopt stato plntfuims.
Customary Caution It Given. Lou
tlon, It Is explained by government of
flclnla that tho "nutlco to mariners"
lnado public by W'liriod Tow ell, Hi It
Ish consul at Philadelphia, was mere!
n repetition of tho custonnry caution
given preceding tho poi Judical maneuv
ers of tho lirltlsh navy.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
-liiMiTi Krlirnrml Knom Phot 185
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waist, and is
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eruptions and in
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fabric is very soft
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this a common
sense diaper. The
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with these. Siz
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