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EVENING DDLUBT1N, HONOLULU. T. II. MONDAY, DIX. 20, 1900.
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Eiror is Hone tlie better for being
common, nor truth the womc for
having lain neglected. John Locke.
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I'oct WniMni mm Dr. Cool. 1uie
probably gum- to tlio same sanltor-
When a wet Cliilstma Ihientctis
Dili at tlio head of onr- shopping
Hat. Do It Now. Tlieii ilo It.
Theie'a a uilRlily lnrR measure
Qf l)lt iiriK'Hll III 1)0 llllM'll Willi Ihu
BWPCtB of being among tlio hlgher
tipa i T tlio Sugar '1'iust.
.liilin (!. Woolley
Hut only pessimist
appears to lie
outloiiU for Hawaii. Ami mine's Hie
pit), lie's nl'l In argue, on Hint side.
President 7 lir-i might well leave
Ills eouiiiri : w that the women nro
iiftor him Hank on It, he will
nnor let Ihein know wlieru liu may
There's no telling but what (,ov
ornor I'rear m.iy retuiii wearlnp a
nntili1o of that Tuft Kinlle It Is
Millie the sl)le of Taft and .Sheriiinn
to nullalo Hiinshine.
If S.i n I u Clans adopts the prc
vallliiR fashion au'd shaNes his
w'hlskers, mine than one man slated
-to play the part will be made
ThoNew York Cliy employe who
risked a have Ills salary cut down
Jn tinny standliiR off the Insanity ex
perts mid dime museum collectors of
Honolulu should have a warm
welcome for Amh.ibsador Calhoun on
Reueral pilni'lples. and paiHeutacly
on account of bis activll) In placing
Win. .MrKlnley III. the nlllco of
When will the hrlRlit mllida of
llnwnll wake to a realization of I
the fact that u local Insuranco (tmi-;unil
pany will be a great bcnellt to tho
Tenllory nnd keep a huge amount
uf money at home?
Any man who llnllo'ves that -the
"Three Its" arn qultq sillllclent nlu
(allon to offer the inuk and file of
tho clilldieu In the public schools
dcmonstiatfs that his own early
American education has been sadly
.1. rierpout Mm gnu has taken the
.;;;::; ess; ;,; i ;isrSJtSS'J51.5? t
iiiiwu in u minis win, inn ii uuur-
ineie:) Drinks inline me i.iti iiiui.
tlio dictator exls's.
(lovernor l''iuar's leport will be
lost In the aiehUes of the Interior
T". "' ,.''. ?"!
wnll has on hand Is contained In Hit)
bills before Congiess, especially that
CirryliiR tho leiomineudatlnus puss
i (d by the special session of Hit Leg'
Tho New York Sun regie's that
lluiirillct Arnold cannot bo kept out
, of Hie IloMnu municipal campaign,
$, evidently fijigettlug that It Is no
, longni fashloiiablo in Ilostun to be
honest. Alllobl mill .IuiIiih Isenilnt
K5. lam about the olllv Olica wlm would
IL-l-l ill IIIJIHU.
i On Dec. 1 llieio was a ciinency
i ill-filiation of J 13.98 per capita In
' the United States. If everyono hail
that amount, thcio would lm no
.,moio need for tho uinl.ihlni Chrlst-
-mas ;iecs. Ilnl that treo can put
'( s:il,!is worth of happiness Into n
'C ; A Walluku coriespondcnt of tho
I ? It ii I I e 1 1 n makes a posslhlo slg
'ji nlflcaiit remnik when ho associates
,. tho appemanco of leading Democrats
'?V flH Itepublliuin recruits with tho
jf, .Delcgale's criticism of tho ndnilnis
j I ration
j Two j ears ago.nioro or less, ap
i 'iiralsera visited Kapiia public lands,
but cttlers havo not nirKed. What
h'tk,the inliiiliiWatlnn, may need Is tho
' . Iiibilcullng iiHslslanio of ' amend
ments' to tlio hind laws piuposcd by
WliKKl-V HUI.l-.ti I IN
Pel Si. Moiitrt. . . ... .fto
Per Vrr, anywlieiein US ., l.uo
Yii Year ftnyivhcre n Canada,, f.fto
Her Year trtpald, loiniiii.,,,... 3.o
Enteicd at trie Font office at tin
an arcmiii class matt c
..DECEMBER 20. 1909
tho unanimous olu of the I.eglBln-
C'ul. Jlin Hum Lewis of Chicago
has taken tlio Nlcaragunn situation
an a timely occasion to Btnrt n I'resl-
dentlnl liooin for l'hllaiulor C. Knox.
If Tuft iiri t-t'H. Hint will l) follow-
lug the Itooscvelt policy or handing
blessings of olllce nloiiR to Ills
I "Nitre Is most Important worU to
he iloiie In the educational depart
ment of this Territory ilurliiR tho
iiet two e.u. The man nppolnt
eil Superintendent of I'ublle Instruc-
'tint must bo oiin who knows this
anil has the Riimptlon to go lit It
with the ileteiiiilliatlou to succeed.
Ue8umpHon of buylliR orders In
the local stock market Is amply Jus
tified by the follow Iiir paiaRraph In
the latest circular of Wlllott &
lliay beailiiR on the New York su
rar market. Under date of Dec. -the
In the local market futuies were
mote nit he at full pihcs both to
hpeeiihilors and tenners on the basin
of 2 1-4 c. & f. for lYhriiury mid
March shipments and " i::-IC c. & f.
for Januaiy shipment (1.17c). lto
llners pioieil the larRcst purchasers
for January, mid speculators for
l'obruary ntnl .March. Theso quota
tions were fully maintained till tho
What the speculators do Is not
nlwnjs a safe forecast of tho future.
Hut when lellners ro Into tho mar
ket tho first of December and buy
siiRats for Januaiy delUery at a
quotation above four cents, u con
servative cKtlmato will placu the
average prlio of KiiRiir for tho sea
miii uboe rather than below four
tents n pound.
MAINLANDERS WILL RETALIATE.
Information fiom Washington
tho imcWc Const catrlcj the
conviction that one of the wisest
things said In this town regarding
the (oastwlse shipping law suspen
sion campaign lame from President
Ward of the Mailno Engineers, when
ho said In effect that this Territory
mil Its people would accomplish
something of leal value If tho energy
put Into the effort to sccuio un ex
ception to Anieilcau laws were
turned Into snppoit for the Ameri
can ship subsidy law.
rlie campaign for coastwise law
backed tho icqiiests iidvanced by
Experlonco has pioved that this
flty mid the Tenltoiy can secure
the best -esults from all concerned
when sticking to the American text
f e,0,a,ll0It ,, , Aln,rlcllll
Tame, for all America., Terr.-
Onco exceptions nro made, retalla
lory measures dliccted against Ha
waii nro nbsolutely ceitaln.
OUR AMBASSADOR TO CHINA.
I'icsldent' Taft has solccted an
old-tlmo MeKlnley campaigner Tor
Aliicrlciin Ambassador to China.
Thus ho has again Indicated his
nntuial leaning toward the MeKln
ley type of man as opposed to tho
stienuouB Ilnosevoltluii icrormera of
Independent means nnd mind.
William J. Calhoun, who should
booh bo passing this wuy to assume
the duties of Amcilcnii Ambassador
ntI'cklng. conies fiom , Chicago,
where he has nindo n reputation ns
& successful Inwjor, and his partici
pation In politics has placed him
among tho commanding Ilguics of
Itepubllcnn polities. Uo was born
In Pittsburg In 1S18, but Chicago
and Illinois havo been the scenes of
Ills siicc esses In life.
In ISOfi Mr. Calhoun took up thu
cause or the late President MeKln
ley and did much lo swing Illinois'
delegation to til. MeKlnley column
In the national convention. In lauu
ho could hno received tho Repub
lican nomination for (Joveinor of
Illinois If he would havo peiinltled
lift fi lends to enter him In the nice.
Ilo has u wide acquaintance "down
l'ay rent when we can sell you t
nice homo In Niiuanu Volloy with
thrio bedrooms, loiRe lot, with bear
Iiir fiult trees and alUmodern con
enlelHei? l'rlee Vi.Ti0.00Y Cash
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
The Alexander Youni: Cafe manufactures its candles
dnilv. This is why they have that delicious "Home
Made" flavor so foreign to candy of mainland manufac
ture. Cleanliness is our watchword, and we invite in
. spection of our factory.
"A. Y. C." on a box of candy is
what "Sterling" means on silver.
state." hnvliiR lived at Danville.)
III., where he wns admitted to tha
bar In 1875, before roIiir to Chi
1SU8 Mr. Calhoun was naiutu.
a member of tho Interstate com-'""
merco commission, serving until opcniirwn citia u.,u . ,
TJOO. In which enr lie moved to "
Chicago. In 18UK he wns selected before tho Marquette Club,, when ho
as n special conimlnslouer to Vene- fearlessly defended the "InsurRents"
iiicln. when nil Internntlonul crUIf qoiigisn. c,
Ills icpoit, mailo
then, has formed the basis fur
America's action ever since In main
taining tho principles uf the Mon
It Is not known whether tho new
Ambassador Js politically "one nf
the boys" as opposed to the aggres
sive leformeis whom Charles K.
Crmio represented. Ills experience
In Venezuela piesuinably puts him In
tho class of the safe nnd the sane,
and It Is piobable that ho Is entirely
sntUfactory to Secretary Knox, who
Is utilvoi sally held lesponslblo for
Crane's downfall. Thcicforo It mny
be concluded that he Is not of the
shlit-sleeto binnd of diplomats.
Thioughout tho mainland the
people who know llttlo of China
and care less, will ask llrst wheth
er the selection of Calhoun means n
further relegation of Itooseveltlsm
to J ho back scat.
Mr. Calhoun's latest political
decimation was u speech Inst week
Real Estate for Sale
Well, we have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take,
Here are a few more:
Two building lots in Manoa,
$2,000 and $950 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and price r and
At Kaimuki and Twelfth Avenue
wc have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that has
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor and the Waianae Mountains,
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots are cleared and improved. A
bargain at $3,800,
!. m. j.
ouuuuj muii.... .c " ..
(Continued from Pase 1)
sold at ISO. Theso nro tho pilnclpii
stocks .attacked, and tho condllion ot
the list today shows Hint tho oriorl to
rig the mnrket and scaro the timid
ones out lit a low ilguro wns a tl.it
falluto If it was seriously set on fuit
Itcccut arrivals ol Immigrant.) 'villi
mote on the way from llnrhln, nd the;
Philippines puts tilt! labor situation In
a cry satisfactory condition. Ilia
prices are right In tho woiM'h maill
ots although tho drop lu reftned today
Indicates n further drop of raws. At
the same lime with refiners lmlug
for January dollvery at 4.17 the pi leu
of sugar will not give any cioito fm
low pi Ices In local siiRar Bless.
"Who Is tho blindfolded party with
the pair nf scales?" nckcd tho stranger
In the nrt gallery. "That represents
Justice." "Oh, I thought It was a
unar-welgher." Wus'ilnglou Star.
We are pleased to offer at this season an assortment of toilet articles larger' and
better than we have ever had. The quality is not surpassed anywhere. . A
- HANDKERCHIEF- EXTRACTS f
nOUBIQANTS Idea, Royal, Rose Ideal, Violet Ideal. GUERLAINS Jicky. '
R0QER & OALLET Violette de Parme. Heliotrope Blanc, KERCH0FFS DJer Kiss. , ,r'
Boquet Amour, Indian Hay, Fleur Amour, Souvenir GOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM,
de la Cour, Pervenche de Chine. CROWN Crabapple Blossom."
HUDNUTS Parfum du Barry, Yankey Clover,) Extreme JEROENS Crushed Roses.
Violet. MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
RICKSECKERS Oyn. Ping Fontr, Attar Tropical, Violet, PINAUDS Violette Embaumme.
Edeewood Violet, Attar Violet. ROYAL Violette Ambre.
FIVERS La Trefle Incarnat, Aturea, Floramye, Safranor. WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
Violet, White Rose, Floramye, Safranor, Trefle, Maybells, Ideal, Lavender, Crushed Roses.
Azurea, Dactylis, Pine Pone;, Gold Queen, Violette de Parme. '- ,
Qolf Queen, Violet, Trefle, Djer Xiss, Ping Pong, Du Barry Carnation Pink, Ideal, Safranor,
Violette de Parme.
Colgates. Eastmans, Hudnuts, Rickscckers, Mennens, Houbicants,
Williams, Jergcns, Kerchoffs.
ITand Mirrors, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Gillette Razors, Manicure Sets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files and Clippers, Dagget & Ramsdell'g Cold Cream.
SLEUTHS FIRED SHOTS
'Continued From Free 1)
will have llttlo chance uf getting
iiwny agulu bo easily.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon Pollco
0 Ulcer Wills, who Is on duty In tho
Knllhl district, having heard of
the escape of Ilichards, took a trip
up to the lllchnrds' homo, und, on
entering -the house, found the want
ed man behind n door. The father'
had n rope In his hands and wns cn-j
c'enoilng to tie the son up with It.
Wills nt once took chnrgo of tho
prisoner and landed him scfely In
the pollco sir.' Ion, where particular
care will bo taken of him till his
enso Is disposed of,
Hlchnrd's father hail no finger In
the hiding ofThls son, and he would
have given the man up as soon us
possible. It was the pilsoner's
mother who wits shielding the man,
mid after ho had eluded the detec
tives In the morning she Is supposed
tu havo signalled tho man that the
coast was clear nnd for him o re
turn to tho house.
(Continued from Paea 1)
It was ngaliibt his "own personal feel
ing." Judge Dole expressed regret that
Judge Woodruff found It necessary tu
leuvo ol said that their relations
while dividing the Federal Judicial du
ties had been exceptionally pleasant,
t'nltcd States District Attorney Uicck
ons complimented Judge Woodruff on
his 'work uhllo acting its the Second
Federal Judge and Attorney Llghtfoot
spoko for tho members of tho bar.
THE WITTY DUDt.
Klin was sifting clr.dera
Along with her olster Delia;
Then up stepped a du.lo ,
Willi: "I hopo I'm not rude
Ilut, uh, thcie, my Clnder-Klla."
Those "Arnold" Goods
Three bedroom house on
Kewalo St., $55.
New and Modern house on
Kapiolani St., $35.
Three bedroom house on
Lunalilo St., $30.
, We have other eood prop,
erties for sale and for lent.
COME IN AND SEE US.
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OWNER OF BAD DOG
IS HEAVILY FINED
Nosake, tho Japanese who was ar
rested on Satin day for keeping dnn
gerous clogs In his possession, was
up before Judgo Andrnde this morn
ing. He took tho witness stand and
declared that his bow-wow was u
good dog nnd that it nevor ventured
from the lanai of tho Nosake bung
Ilowover, conclusive evldonco was
produced to prove that the hup had
at least onco rushed out on tho road
and chased u child who was going to
For This Climate,
The "Arnold" '
Fine Knit Gauze '
With, lace and embroidery ruffles are
popular garments. They differ, from
lawn or cambric drawers in being
made of a cooler and more elastio
Riveris, Roger & 'Oallet,
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
schcol. Mrs. McCundtcss' llttlo
girl was uttacked a few nights ago,
and, nlthough tho dog did not actu
ally bite the Infant, It was evidently
only the piompt action of tho moth
er that averted a Bullous affair.
Judge Andrnde listened to all the
evidence and then found tho defend
ant guilty unci lined Mm SIS, with
13.40 costs. Nosake will, doubtless,
Mn the futuie, take care that his
canine pets are tied up "and not al
lowed to roam at will all over tho
in Silk Cases
for; set of four
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-, . I . ' Ert and Merchant Streets, ,
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