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I find the doctors and the sages
Hare differed in all clinics and ages,
And two in fifty scarce agree
On what is pure morality.
Thurston Is for government by
commission, nnd ho doesn't cam how
he gets It.
Ship subsidy fight lost? Why, It
Is Just on the cvo of victory. The
country was never moro In nyinpa
thj with the movement, and the.'
campaign among the pcoplo In Con
gressional districts was never better
shaped to bring aout. the right ro-
buil in congress. , .
Isn't it curious that thoso claim
ing to bo unafraid of Increased Fed-
oral government In these Islands are i
the ones who howl tho loudest when I
thoro Is any prospect of tho govern-1
ors nnd holders of fnt Jobs bcint
selected from among American cl.l
xens of tlio mainland?
Judging from the overwhelming
majorities In tho business organiza
tions, the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n voices 'tho
sentiment of tho pcoplo of this Ter
ritory on tho question of self-government
nnd tho prdilblHon Issue.
That Is because It Btands for pro
gressiva Americanism ,ln this- Terri
tory, while the othci' fellows want
"rule by a few of us',' nnd hope to
manipulate tho ofllclnts and the law
eo as to destroy Independence, of
character or citizenship. r
mumi rnn cpif.rWdmufiut
imnui iuii OLLi-uuit.niinii.iii.
Tho overwhelming majorities uy J members of tho Merchants' Asaocla
whlch tho business men of this cyJ'I" nml tho Chamber of Commorce
have approved the homo rule res'o- have not ns charged by Mr. Thurs
lutlons brought forward as a result on sidestepped" tho issue nor
of the threatened prohibition legls- liavo tho-ovenyhclmlng majorities of
latlon In Congress, puts this commu- ,nc8 organizations taken nn oqulvo
nlty very clearly on record in sn far l'0,3111"" '"l w" bo m sl'l0'
as the business' men and tho plain I1 hy the brilliant men of Wash-
peoplo aro concerned.
Members of tho Chamber of Com
merce did not stop to Indulge In a
long discussion of tho Issue, It Is
not new. It Is ns old as tho Dec
laration of Independence so far as
Americans nro cqnccrncd, and con
siderably moro rcspcctablo In mat
ter of jctrs If tho history of 'tho
world's progress bo taken Into ac
count. Huslnc3s men necustomed to keep
ing In touch with tho progrcca of
events and by no means unmindful
of the moral as well as the political'
advancement ot tho community had
their minds made up. Tho response.
to tho query was obvious, and slab
oration of pcrsonjl hobbles and par
ticular points of view could only
fctlr up 111 feeling, perhaps, but nc-.
compllsh no good cud nor chango a
single vote. '
Therefore, when nsked If'- thcV
were ready for tho question, they
were roady Indeed and voted accord
ing to their con!ctlons.
With tlicso declarations from tho
men of affairs, It would seem that
tho rabid and misguided gentl3inen
who are attempting to saddle this
Territory with n form of
Dining a prohibition festival held at.
Prohibition park,' Helbcrg, Minn., ns a'
part of tho program there, was to be a
threo-corncrcd political dclmto, J.
Adam Bcclo (tho Minnesota,) Congress
man), roprcscntjng tho Republicans,
M. J. Daly of Perhnnrtho Democrats,
nnd Oliver W. Stewart of Chicago tho
prohibitionists, Tho nudleuco waa
there, Iledo nnd Htownrt wor6 on tho
platform with Itov. U, D. lf.iugan, and
nil wcro awaiting the arrival ot ,Mr.
Tho neither was hot; Mr. Stownrt.
who is qulto corpulent, had oxchunged
his vest for n russet leather bolt;
Iledo, who Is qulto thin, woro ns usual,
his wlilto eat. Mr. Haiignn, always
willing to cnteitalu tho audience, face
tiously remaHcd Stewart's belt nnd
tilciflt on ncdo; It went fwlco around,
and thou some. Tho audience, had Its
llttlo laugh, and perhaps Mr, Ilede
feared that an unfavorable conclusloii
ns to tho rclaltvo merits of tha two
speakers lnd been drawn fiom tho
measmemcut. Ho waited till tho, rlp
plo of merriment hnd subsided, and
then announced dramatically:
"I carry my brrlna In my Jilfd,"
Thcu tbcro was unother tip
I'rr Sn Montiu.. ....9 .no
rtt Vcr, nrhntlo U5. .. .. I.ou
Pel Yemr, tnjwhtre n CtnjiU,. I.Ro
PcrVchi' i-ottpald, lotrijtn 2.oo
Entered -t the rortofEce At Ilonolala
as tcconl-iM m titer.
FEBRUARY 0. 1010
mcut that can lie considered only ns
a ip version to ancient nnd evil forms
and methods, it would seem In alt
fulrness that these gentlemen should
censo their campaign to forco the
Territory nnd tho people backward,
and jam down their throats some
thing they don't want,
As AW ,A. Kinney has cry point
edly ilrclaicd, this constant nppcal
to tho Federal government to hnndlo
our local affairs ,1a' plajlng wltn
chain lightning. It Is more serious
than child's' piny. It Is a menace to
the rights, and privileges most deep
ly cherished by tho, American people.
Self-government Is the privilege
for which men have given their
Ihcs and shed blood like water.
What piissllanliiK)U3 surrender it
would be for the pcoplo of tho Tcr
lhory of Hawaii to give uii any
present prlvllcgo of self-government,
What a blpteh on tho namo of
Americanism In Hawaii
When It comes io tho ques
'tlon' of local" "legislation, no
member of tho fchamlier of Com
merce and no member of tho
Merchants' Association belloes
that It Is possible, In tho first
. place, to secure tho enactment
of a prohibition law for Hawaii
Admitting this to bo true. It shows
criicfus'lvely. Hint, tho supporters, of
tho prohibition movement know that
thclr'sMs the causo of a very small
minority; It, Is not of, by and for tho
people In any sense,
I Therefore It, Is very plain that the
Tho cry clear rcsclutlons by
which 4ho business organizations ot
the city definitely plnred themsolves
on record, causo discomfiture, solely
In tho little. InsUes of Brother
Thurston. No one clso has holler
ed. Most ever; body clso Is satisfied,
opd there isro from thrco to l.vo In
telligent men among tho members ot
the Merchants' Association n'ud tho
Chamber of Commerce, besides Mr.
Thurston, ft '
TRADE WITH CONTIGUOUS TERRI
;TORIES.0F4UE.IINITEDxSTATES. Trade of th United Stntes with
ts noncontiguous territories aggre
gated 1J2 nllllon dojlnrs In tho jcar
Just' cn'dodi against nbout C4 mil
lion n Jecaije pgo. In addition to
tho 172" million dollnrs" worth of
merchandise, there was received from
AlaskalS 'million dollars' worth of
gold of domestic production.
Under tho torm', "noncontiguous
territories," tho Bureau, of Statistics
Socrnl years ago. President North'
rop of tho Minnesota Stato University
u.48 on i a trli In tho oaBt; and after at
tending tno laio centennial, was pros
cnt.at a banquet oyer which Chaunccy
M. DepQw presided as tbastmns'tor. Mr,
Depow In calling up President North
rop, modo a numbeof very flattering
and complimentary roniai-ks nml
wpund up by Introducing; the president
ns "tho great, western cyclono of edu
cation." President Northrop proso, ndjustod
his glasses with care, pud, facing tho
toastinas.tor, Eiild: "I suppose I must
accept"- that, coming ns It "does froni
such a recognized authority on wind."
Thrco llttlo girls weio boasting ot
tho various abbrovlittlons which wero
attached to their fathers names.
"Woll," said ono of them, "my
papa's things como marked 'Mr. Smith,
"That's nothing," said nnothcr,
"my papa's thlngB nay 'Itov. Jones,
"Hiihl" sold tho third girl, "nil
papa'H gnodB roino wltlntlie mark, 'Mr.
rii-i.i'it r n ii"
of llio Department of Cdmmcrco nnd
Labor Includes 1'orto ltlco, Alaska,
llio Hawaiian Islandn, llio Philip-
lilnes, Guam, Midway nnd Tutulla,
and with each of these the trade
with the United States has Increased
rapidly in tho last ten years. In
1899 tho trade returns of all this
territory, except Alaska, were In-.total for both 1S99 and 1909; col
cluded with thoso of foreign qoun- ton manufactures Increased from
tries. Since 1S99 trndo with Porto one-hnlf to 10i million dollars;
ltlco has Incronfcd from 7 million to brendstulfs, from 1 million to 2 mll
C214 million dollars: with HawaM, Hon dollars; mineral oils, from 1C1
fiom 334 to CI million; with th'ojthousnnd to 1 1-3 million dollars;
Philippines, from G',& to 27 million; 'Jcnrs and carriages, from 147 to 810
nnd' with Alaska, from an estimated I thousand; lumber, from less than
total of 17',S, to over 31 million dol-.
This growth in trade with tho
iinnriintlniifiiiit (orrlmrl. U nlmniH
ciotily divided between Inward nnd
outward shipments, receipts from tho
territories showing n gain of 57 mil- manna cmp, m iniiuuu, asmun
lion, and shipments thereto a gnln I3 13 million n decado earlier; sug
of 51 million dollars l.ncc 1899. nr- 2 i'3 million dollnrs, against lesi
Shipments from Porto Hlco to tho lll0n 1 million in 1899; and cigars,
United State In 1909 aggregated 27
million dollnrs, against 3'i million
In 1S99, n gain of 234 million dol- "'oimomn oi uecemucr were uj iiu
lars; from Hawaii, 41i million, ,l0" pounds vnlued nt 1 1-5 million
against 22 million ln 1S99, a gain
of 1994 million dollars; from tho
Philippines, 1314 million, against C """ "i ' """ u'"
mllllon ln 1899. a gain of & mil- IarB' worth of nierchandlso shipped
lion; from Alaska, 13ft million dol- lo Ul Philippines from tho United
lurs, against approximately 8 mil- stnlca last enr' lron nl,u 8tccl man
Hon In 1899, a gain of 5'i million u'acturcs aggrcgnlcd 3 million,
during tho decode. Meantime out- against but 20 thousnnd dollars a
ward shipments have Increased; to uccnl earlier; cotton goods, 1 2-3
Porto ltlco, from 3 2-3 million in million, compared with 3 thousand
onn .- a- on mt i.. .nnn , dollars In. 1899: rctlncd mineral oil.
gain of 22 million dollars; to Ha-
wall, from 11 million to 19 million.
a gnln of S million dollars; to tho
Milfhmllln.. frnn. less tl.nn 2 mil-
lion to practically 14 million, a gain
of 12 million; and to Alaska, from
about 9!4 to 17 million, n gain of
(II mllllnn .Inllnl-- n tl,na nl
Of tlie !"? million dollars' worth
of merchandise shipped to Alnsku In ,
iuuii. lion nnu sieei mnnnr.irtiirri
were valued nt 3 million dollars;'
meat and dairy products, 3 1-3 mil
Hon; nnd wood manufactures, ox
Dloslves. woolen i?nndt tnlnrrn mm
ufnetures. mineral oil, breadstuffs
and vegetables ranging respectively
from ono-hnlf to nearly otio million
dollars. Of tho 13 million dollars'
wnrtl, nf tnnrclinn.tlan rnolvn.1 Irnm
Alaska last year, salmon nlono
amounted, to nearly 10 million;
other fish, about one million; furs',
one-half million; nnd copper ore, 20C
Porto Klco'a chief shipments to
tho United Stntes aro sugar, fiults
and nuts, molnssei, cigars and leaf
tobacco. Sugar increased from 107
million pounds, nlued nt 2 mil-
lion dollars, In the fiscal year 1899
to 603 million pounds, valued at 19
million dollars, In tho calendar year
1909; molasses, from 330 thousand
to 490 thousand dollars; fruits and
nuts, from $7089 to 1 million dol
lars; cigars, from $99 to 4 million
dollars, and leaf tobacco, from $18,
522 to 11,218,007. Mcantlmo Amer
ican shipments to Porto Hlco hnvo
nlso shown rcmarkablo gains: bread-
stuffs, from 587 thousand dollars lu
tho fiscal year 1899 to over 2 mil
lion dollars in tho calendar year
1969; meat nnd dairy products, from
599, thousand to 2V& million dollnrs;
cars and carriages, from $9083 to
578 thousand; leather and leather
goods, from, 53 to 9C1 thousand; iron
and fitcel manufactures, from' 103
thousand to 3!i million dollars; cot
ton manufactures, from 197 thou
sand to 3 2-3 million dollars; and
rlco, from $144 to nearly 4 million.
Hawaii shipped to tho 'United
States last year, nierchandlso valued
at 4l'i million dollars. Sugar,
valued at 38W million dollars In
1909, has moro than doubled slnco
1899, with Its total of 17 Vi million,
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain ct
Lots lu Kalmukl Park Tract, $400
, 1 V -
each, on asy payments. . Thrco
acics, cleared and fenced, ln thoKnl-
mukl Tract, .for $2000, Acrcago
property ln Palolo
These aio a few of tho opportuni
ties we liavo to offer, for. Investment. j
ln real ebtuto.
Fruits and nuts nggrcgntcd 1 2-3
million, against but G3 thoilsaml dol
lars In 1899, whllo coffee and rlco
also show substantial gains. In
shipments to Hawaii, valued nt 19
million dollars last year1, Iron nnd
steel manufactures show little
chango, 2 million dollars being tho
000 to 801 thousand dollars; anu
meat nnd dairy products, from 301
" thousand dollars.
Philippine BlllpnlClltS to tho UMt-
p, States, aggregating 13V4 million
dollars In 1909, consisted chiefly of
fJl mousnnu uouars, asainai. ji-u
ln 1SJ,J' wlmo receipts oi sugnr in
u"arB " fr l" Jcnr 1s m"m
l,lo pounds valued at 2 1-3 million
two - thirds of a million, ngalnst but,
Vu ',n lsJa; "reaU6U,ns' , n''
Ilon' ngalnst 13 thousand dollars In
IS"-. While explosives, Vnlllcd at 1
million; leather and manufactures,
three - quarters of a million and meat
" "airy prouucis, u mm inunuu
HOlinrS in 13UJ, IlllVH III villi! WIU
jbecomo Important articles of ship
ment to tho l'liuippincs wiinin uio
DIVISION IN CLUB ON
(Continued from Pnce 1)
were secured wlth.the dissenting mem
hers, In explanation of their views:
In an Interview with W. 0. Smith
' 11m.,rnlnf' J? rcKarili. ,0. ""
lioiiioiiiuii ill mu iciiiiuij, ....
Smlth hnu ,ho 'ollowlng to say:
1 "Tho tlmo has not como to voto
'for prohibition. It Is ono 'of tho
niosi uuucuit nnu perplexing ques-
Itlons. 1 think that before resorting
" prohibition, tho effort to properly
rcgulato it should bo exhausted.
"Tho present liquor laws have not
.had. n show, mainly because ot tho
facts that tho Federal tax receipts
Iwhlch nro gUen out aro construed
iby thoso who take, them as licenses.
'nnd such n largo number of the so-
called Federal licenses hnvo been Is
sued that It has tended very largely
to lncicase tho salo and consumption
The number of Territorial li
censes lwvo been reduced cry ma
terially slnco tho matter liau been
placed under tho control ot the Li
cense Commissioners. On the Island,
of Oahu thoro wero over 130 llconses
when tho present law wont Into ef
fect. Now thcro nro only 12 1 In
tho wholo group ot Islnnds. But
there nro 524 of tho Federal licenses,
"I erlly hollcvo that tho trnfllc
In liquor should bo uader very strict
supervision nnd tho law should bo
enforced to minimize the evils lu thp
use of Intoxicating liquors. Tho so
called Federal licenses' nre not in
tended to llcenso n person to sell,
but only n tax to bo paid by those
who do sell. Hut tho fact remains
that thoso who pay this tax do'lt tor
tha purposo of selling; otherwise,
why should they pay It?
".Tho, official records- show that In
Kalmukl. on eleventh
t Vnncouver Highway
Itydo St 800
Oalni Ave. .' 880
Manoa Hd T 9C0
HOUSES FOR. BENT.
A ix-room house on Alexander 1
btreet, completely rurnisnecl. ,Hoomi
are large and the entire house is
modern in every respect. -The lot is
large and well improved. This place
is one 6f the most desirable furnish-
ed houses -in Honolulu: '
pimS 7n wn Mnvrw
it'xx 'u 'Lil MUfllil
, We have for rent a 12-room, o-
bedroom house on yacifio Heights,
High and sightly location. Large
grounds.- ' ,r '
A sbc-room house on Kalakaua'
I T 1-4 1W1 IL t l
Avenue. XrfUKC lui, tuu-ii. lruuvoKC.
KENT $16 fK MONTH
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
tho old prohibition State of .Maine,
there wero last year 1214 of these
so-called licenses taken out,, and 'In
tho Stato o( Kansas, one ot, the, most
pronounced ot modern prohibition
States, 2573 of these Federal llr
censes were taken out.
"Tho number of liquor licenses is
sued during 1909 for tho whole Ter
ritory Is as follows:
torial. i Federal!
15 ' 84
C, It, Homcnwny made tho follow-!
lng statement In regard to pronlbl
I think, that It hag been BUflU
clently demonstrated' that It will be
for the best interests' ot Hawaii. Dut
I believe 'that It Is a matter ot local
regulation, nnd -that it-should come.
If It conies nt all, , through local
means.' It has not been demonstrat
ed that wo can not handlo our own
liquor question satisfactorily. Pub
lic, opinion Is not sufficiently strong
to enforce .the presont liquor laws.
Thcio must be strong public senti
ment behind any law, In .order to
secure Its efficient enforcement.
"I liollevo' that tho present Inter
est will result ln nioro rigorous and
efficient enforcement of the present
A. F. Judd made tho following
comment ,to a 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n repre
sentative this morning In regard to
tho, burning question:
''I am opposed to Federal 'prohibi
tion, hut I am lu favor of .Territo
rial prohibition. It Is all a ques
tion1 of a point ot view. I should
llkn tn seo thn saloon's eradicated
from the country, but, thai .docs not
seem to mo to bo tho.Jstue ,
What wo wants js, to build up
liorn AiMrtrlnnn rif Icnnithln. "Wft Pftn
not get It by letting1 somoboBy else
carry our responsibility. f-Blnoo .an
nexation, many ot the, good, people ot
Hawaii liavo stayed out 'ot politics.
Is they all got Into tho gamoacd
learned how to piay It," .there Js'- no
question In my mind but that a i
moral Issuo Hko local '-prohibition I
would carry tho diy. Only by nj
Struggle ot this It I ml enh tho right.
kind of politics bo bulll up.
"We need work uooo in tno .po-i
lltlcal machines -done from tho ln-
sldc. It Is very muph easier to glvo
ndvlco and criticisms fronuthe out
side. It Is voiy much enBler to
throw up pur.hapds and let Undo
Sam handlo the liquor buslpess than
put a stop to It ourselves."
h. Tonijey Peck this morning had
tho following tu say to Mr. Taylor of
tho Dullotln staff:
"There aro about eight states In tho
Union which have prohibition. All
tho others have llcensa laws which apply-
pe'norally .In. every, part of tho ro
speclhu. States; ,or eleor local option
l.iws, giving lo, niliio'r , civil Biib-dlvl-t,lonn
11 f tho Stato ilii'd oven to wards
J and districts of, municipalities tho
iisni id proniuii wiiii. n uesigniuuii
boundaries tho salo of liquor; or, on
tho other hand lo permit It Under moror
or Icbh rigid 1 restrictions. I
,.! ..- !.....- ,l.n .I-LI nl.l I
111 vvviy luoiuutu itiu ntjiii viiuur
Lanlhull Drlvo '.$ 9C0
Ltloa Itlso '. .. 1000
Oahu Ave. 1040
Kamehamcha Ave 1200
Deckwlth St 1200
Communicate with 'Friends at Sea
BY (WIRELESS ' ;
Office open .Sundays (rom 8 to 10
" ""W!.-'"' ' 'T.V .a---
0f tho, neighborhood, tho village, tho
county, State, or Territory, I. c, the
right of tho pcoplo to ueli-goternmcut
or self-regulation, Is tho very kcynoto
.of,";0 law- , ., ' . ,
, 'Every rational man tho world over,
hellovcs in tcmutraure; Vnllllons more
.doubtless bcllovo In total abstinence;
I but tho rank nnd fllo of men who ad-
mlttcdly prnctlco clean living lndulgo
moro or less ln alcohoilc beverages.
.Yet a largo propoitlon of such men
probably would admit that at present
Itnnn blcsseil by liquor, nnd aro ready
J" ."."i1 ",U"B mm"v
It hns been said to me that tho
wlilto men of Honolulu could afford to
tolcrnto Federal prohibition of the
liquor traffic ln Hawaii, in tho white
man could still import it lot his own
uso In his own houso, whera it Is gen
erally admitted that the restraints of
such surroundings would tend to re
duce tho resultant ovlls to a minimum.
"Personally, I do notihelleto in de
nying any right or privilege In effect
to ono clasa ot tho people, whllo per
muting it to, another, ror tins wouiu
be tho tiractlcal -result or iiiuh kind
of legislation, it we aro tc havo.pn
nioition, let it no complete cuougu t
bo equally offectlvo In lts tactical r
suits upon overy person.
"Yet as a measuro prohibiting, tno
uso as well as tho salo of liquor which
Is tho ultimate aim of many temper
ance agitators, would bo rarclcal for
ance agitators, would bo farcical, for
sentlally hannleis In Its effects on tho
community or tho country, Just so a
law which would mako-lt practically
Impossible for tho poor man to pro
cure a commodity which tho well-to-do
could readily bccuic. would bo a prac
tical denial nf'equal rights.
"Wo who' have lived on llio main
land liavo lo enduro conditions of vlco
and intemperance nnd licentiousness
which challcngo all right-thinking men
to constant warfare against tho forces
of ovll In every rank of society, That
burden wo should fuco hero and not
ovndo our responsibilities by chucking
tho problem over to tho National leg
islature. Tho American people ln tho
mass havo novor put tho seal of ap
proval on tho prohibition propaganda.
ThOMfOiiwanl ..movement however
against tho liquor ovl never ceases.but
its scope buquiu do iimueu 10 its regu
latlonrandi control rather, (than to In
clude, thai Impossible task, ot .Its an
nihilation! 111 L' ' 1.
fif'HlgaJlcenso, and local option, con
plod r with 'the enforcement' of severe
penalties for violators of, dlquor laws
should lonllst tho sypipathy ot 'men
who are-altrulBtlccnouRh to, help tho,
ohor, .fellows,, their brother.jrucn, to, a
higher plapo pf ,lvng, wlthont'ddprlv
lng anyone of recognized personal add
civic, rights" "
"Why .do people , havo silver wed;
dings,. pnT "Just to show to tho
world what their powors of endur
ance, havo been." Juejgo.
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A centlomanrosidinKflt Dunedir.,
"It It with jrrttltode I write ypa Mitt I
hive now a iplondld fcctd othtlr, both thick
tnd tory toft, all owing to ay htTlsg; used
roarwondtrful Ilafr Vigor. ' I wtt ilmott
bald headed btfore I used tht Ilalr Vigor. I ,
ttill me it ones a dty.robbing Itwtll Into the
roots of the htlr. I nted to wetr ikoll-etp,
tnd I tm very grttof ol to Aytr't Htlr Vlgtr
, octsImproTtmtntlthattptdtlnniy looks.
Bo warned Jn.time. V8e Ayert
Hair Vigor and preBervo your yonth.
tnnnl it Dr. J. C. Arf k ft Itnlt. Nut., V.S.S.
4-$$$S4$ $.$ 4 $ 4
WHEN Tn ADVERTISE ;
. Aw m mf. mm
, -v 11 . "I
Thcro Is nothing on onrth so myste
riously funny as nn advertisement,
says tho Chagrin Falls (O.)' Exponent
The prlmo first nnd last and all the
time object ot an advertisement Is to a
It Is not and novcr will bo deplgnod
for any other purpose. So the ,mor-'
chant waits till tho busy season comej
oml,bl8 store Is so full of custqmortT
that ho can't got his hat on; tnpn ne
rushes to tho printer nnd goes Jn for
advertising. When tho dull season
gets along and there Is no trndo and
ho wants to sell his goods so uaa ne
can't pay his rent ho stops advertis
ing. That Is what somq of thorn do, but
occasionally. sorao Iqvel headed mer
chant .docs mora, ot It and scoops in
pit the 'business,, while his neighbor
makes mortgages to pay tho gas, bill.
There aro times when you couldn't
stop pcoplo from buying everything ln 1
tho store It you planted a cannon be- ''
bind the door and that's the tlmo tho
advertisement Is sent out on Its holy
It makes ligh't work for advertising,
for a chalk' sign or. tho sidewalk
could do all that was needed 'and a
half holiday six days In a week.' But
who wants to favor an advertise
ment! Thoy aro built to do hard work
and should be sent put In dull days,
when a customer hns to bo knocked
down with hard facts and kicked In
sensible with bankrupt reductions and
dragged In with irresistible slaughter
of prices before ho will spend i cent.
That's tho, end and aim of advertis
ing, and If ever you open a Btoro
don't try to got people to come when
thoy nrealready sticking out of tho
windows, but glvo them your adver
tisement right, bqtween tho eyes in
a dull season, and you will wax rich
and own a fast horse nnd .perhaps bo
ablo to smoke a .clgar oncoor twice a
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' Q ATE AhE COVERED
Autumn t Leaves and -Ribbons -Aro
x Placed on Male and Female, Fig
uret by Berkeley Students.
DEHKEL.EY, ianuary 29.-7The
sculptured panels, or statues, as .they
aro sailed, which comprise the $40,000
Sathcr. gate at tho entrance ot the
Untverslty of California grounds kf
ttlio head, of. Telegraphy avenue, were
draped w(th, leaves and blue and .gold
ribbons uy sonio 01 tne stuacnia eariy
yesterday 'morning, and when the
groundkeopcr .niado hlsuflrst round he
' Tho statues havo attracted consider
able comment. Thoro aro four male
and four female figures, all ln the nude.
They can bo scon at a great distance,
and they aro of a highly artistic de
sign.' A member of tho first-year clasr
said': ' 1 .
"I don't know anything about the
decorations,' but I hayo often thought
lt;waa.,a,jshamp. to,J,cayothpso figures
out there 'in, '.this cold weather., I think
it 4s, tho general oplplon nrnong the
Btudonts that it woUld'bo woll to cover 1
the sjaues," , ..
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