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c" ! Business
Let all the ends thou nim'st at be
Thy God's, and Truth's.
Now that I)r Cook has been found
thu public U read) to forget Mm.
Civic Fodcrntlonlsts engaged In
promoting hlgh-class drama will bo
occupjlnn' their time and money In l
, something worth while.
It In ulc.itnnt to know that the
Il.ir Association mul the Goornor
concur on the latest candidates for
appointment to 'trio Circuit bench.
l'lncliot'a policies appear to bo
)renllliiK In the administration of
President Tuft, and that may result
In letting Ilnlllngcr down n little
Tho wholo country Joins with tho
Sennto in sanctioning the election ot
Commander Peary to the highest
rank that can be ghen htm In the
ucnlco ho has so signally honored.
Most oxcrj body is in favor of the
people of Hawaii gocrnlng them;
selves, and why- should the Congrcsj
of tho United States enact laws for
therulo of n Territory by a minority.
Lucky men appointed to tho com
mission to discover tho high cost of
living may bo rockoncjj as qfflctajs
vlth n llfo task, and onjthat w'lli
never bo Ilnlshed tq thoi satisfaction
of thoso most deeply 'concerned.
" Kcpubllcans have declared them-
sches on) various -oplqs, : but they
' can't speak too frequently on n fmat-
tcr like govornmont,by commission,
especially when recent, expressions by
certain nctha Republicans have,
started tho opposition out with
I', stories that attack tho sincerity ot
J Tho opinion of the other Ju
rist, which Is along tho llne3 of
an opinion, we1 nro Informed,
Informally expressed by tho
Chief Justice of tho Supremo
Court, t, -Advertiser.
When wo get government by comv
mission, ever) thing will be decided
beforehand, with' 'the possible 4ircser-
v at ion of tho forms of Justice. Hut
until that time comes, it is an un
necessary insult tottho present Chief,
Justice to bring in an informally ex
pressed opinion to bolster n cause
that has been repudiated by the
J Necessity is tho mother of invon
j tlon. The Government Iv commis
sion crowd having been bowled over
by tho business "men, pnd the people
generally, now try to frighten some'
ono or anj6no by announcing that
prohibition can not bo enacted by
Ithe local Legislature under tho Or
'gnnlc Act. They nlBo ropo In tho
chief Justlco as having expressed a
'' personal opinion along the samo
lino. Tho Insult Involved that tho
caso Is already decided before It
r reaches tho Supreme Court doesn't
seem to disturb the commission gov-
Tho following story Is told ot a
Scotch minister: Anions his counn
irntlon vvna n slioeniftker whom on his
pastoral visits, ho nlvvnys found In tho
very ucsi iiunior anu spirits, unq nay,
however, tho clergyman was deeply
grlovcd to llnd his pnrlshloncr In nn
extremely despondent mood, and
begged to know the reason.
1 "Wecl, sir," answered tljo shoe
maker, sadly, "jo seo there's a rival
shoemaker started ilcht,, opposite mo,
an' mu trade's bcglnnln' to lcavo nio."
' "Tut. tut. Johtil" exclaimed tho mill-
B IstPr, soothingly, "you shouldn't allow
.nnrnlf tn tn rlmn lltrt Innt Tl, n
'T.ift.1 nnil Tiiftt.. nni- trnnliloo llkn n
', 'man. And nbovc nil, John, trust In
r. nm.l.lnn. n .1 nil .. 1,1 rt n. a kIi.1.1 .
.... ..... ...w. jwH. ,.....UH ....v .r
. ... iiivi.i-tr mill tin ..ill iviuc- iibii..
'' A few vveoVrs later llio minister nald.
U- 'tlio shoemaker another visit and wan
delighted towntl him as cheery and as
humorous ns over,
"Now, John," said tho mlii)Ktor,
''didn't I tell ou till would porno eight
if iu trusted in Providence? '' i
,- "Ayo. sir,'' responded J,!tn, chocilly,
jt'jo did that, rin' I took jour nchlco."
(Then after a pausn ho addod slsnlf
ilcantly: "Tho other shoemaker's
I er Sli Montni 0 ,fso
Per Yeir, anywhcitln U.S .... I.oo
Pel Year anywhere n Canada.. I. Bo
Perttu toa'palvl, loiei(a 3,oo
fntcred al the FoetoOcc at llouolala
aa aaconJ data matter.
FEBRUARY 10, 1910
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE,
Now tho liar Association adds Its
cte to the protest against turning
this Territory oer to n ko eminent
by commission through the agency
of Tederal liquor legislation.
When )oir'hao all tho business
,Tn,Z,! .." A a r"y .? ."rnCl"
- "" " u...u u.. .
""" le,r "' ' '"" c " ",e"1' ,u ,s Yer
otiiv iu i-au.uaiu nun juu ecvuiu t
olclng of tho conclusions of tho
ablest practical men,
Furthermore, there :s not tho
slightest doubt as 'to the, overwhelm
ing ote that would be cast by the
people of the Territory against gov
ernment by commission and against
prohibition by Federal enactment, If
tho matter wero submitted to a
Congress can do what It pleases.
It can make of Hawaii a perfect
tjpo of the ancient lce-regalty that
cver American has been taught to,
and properly should, hate.
Hut such an act, or an approach
to It, as would be exemplified In Fed
eral prohibition legislation, would bo
committed In opposition to tho
known sentiment of practically all
thWultlzens of tho Territory. It
would be a clear-cut caso of abso
lute minority, rule.
Perhaps Congress will do this, but
wo doubt It.
THE CIRCUIT BENCH APPOINT1-
Judgo, Cooper's acceptance of the
endorsement ot the liar Association
for appointment to.the.Clrcult'bench
of tho Territory should be a source
of satisfaction to the community, for
it Is mighty seldom that men of Mr.
Cooper's oxpcrlenco and standing In
tho legal fraternity can bo prevailed
upon to desert their business for tho
servlco of tho people.
U co body knows that Mr. Cooper
Is not accepting the request that ho
become a candldato for Circuit Judge
on' account of tho salary of the po
sition. It must thereforo bo that ho
Is willing to tako It In spite of'tlio
salar, and becauso ho Is 'not only
willing, but able to make financial
sacrifices in order to tnko up ivork
for tho public that Is congenial to
Men ot this Btamp ore so few and
far between in these days, and Mr.
Cooper la admittedly bo well fitted
for Judicial service, as well as rich
ly deserving nil the honors lnvolvod(
that tho mention oMils name for ap
pointment to tho liehch should bo the
signal fsr tho community to mako It
CI VIC FEDERATION 'AND THE
' STAGE, "
Members' of the Chic Federation,
will find, virtually a unanimous on
dorsemont of the interest they nro
taking in a plan to give this city a
leason of legitimate drama. This
Is the sort of work that represents
what the average-citizen believes to
bo the true spirit and scope of Civic
1 Honolulu needs legitimate drama
General Sherman onco possessed an
Irish servant whosq forto was asjclng
questions and trying to find out the
why and whorcforo of everything ho
was told to lo. During a battlo an
orderly onq day approached tho Gen
eral and told him that his favorite
horso, Ito'ss, had been struck by a can
non ball and killed.
Calling his Irish servant tho General
said: 'Go and skin Ross." ,
"Why, sir. Is Koss' dead " bogan
tho man. '
Gonornl Sherman roso up in his
wrath saving: "Never mind whether
ho is dead or not I told -ou to go out
nnd skin him " '
Tho man returned about three hours
later and Sherman hailed him with tho
words: "Wherd havo ou been? Does
it tako 5011 thrco hours to skin a
"No," nnsvverod Mike, "but It took
mo about two hours to catch him."
"Jones nnd his wife nro quarreling
again'; Tod bad Isn't It?"
'Tthoiight thoy bulled tho hatchet"
"Well, so they did, but tno very next
time Mrs. Jones, had to chop tho
kindling wood sho dug it up."
as badly or moro than tho city of
New York over needed tho "New ThoJ
nter." The Civic ltdcrationlsts, and
tho men of means they shall Interest
in the financial guarantee necessary
to secure good, clean companies nlaj
lng clean modern drama, will be In
strumental, it their plans are carried
out, In promoting a higher moral
standard, furnishing morally health
ful amusement, 'and doing not n lit
tle to make Honolulu a more attrac
tive, placo in which to live.
At the present time the theatrical
business of tho town Is reverting to
tho lowest order. According to thoso
who claim to know, private enter
prise can only secure a fair remu
neration by bringing to tho cltj thc
utrlc.il features that attract with
;ar, cheap or suggestive. At ,
all events, Hint's about all thcro Is
coming iu this direction now, mid n '
ono dares to Venture alone on tho J
seas of the "legitimate" and depend
on "the Opera House crowd" to sup-
port htm. It allowed to go on, tho
situation will merely go from bad to
worse, and tho stage In Honolulu
will bo Inviolably associated with
dirty playhouses, an atmosphcro
leelMng 'with smoke, spit and pea
nuts, and tho dazzle of a cheap
Efforts have been made to censor
some of tho amusements ot tho city.
but a far moro practical way ot hand
ling the people is to gtvo them some
thing better. And it will not
long beforo tho better sentiment of
l0 vwuuiuu.li ici.uuua """"-the
tlcally to such treatment.
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.ery practical work in tne general
upiui ui inu DiMBc, uuu tuuK u uu-
bviuuii ivi.ucm; uuiutig mu juuiuui. gnj Itgutly. . piuyH win in an pruuauiuty o
tho city, if they will uso their flnan- fhia nronertv U toithin walking dis- l,mcl uy Mrs. Flsko and her talent
Pint .trimrti, nrniprt nenlnKt lnM iB" P1??!?? "f J""1 "K",r d cast. Many pooplo hero havo seen
those willing to secure tho better
rlrn.nr.fln nr nnerr. rnmnnnlon nnd-rln-
. , . .1
vote their time and energy to the
hard work of such an enterprise!
This paper inclines to tho ueiier
tint no money will be lost in ihU
movement. Wo feel certain that a
TtaT S .Z ',", .?'
This paper inclines to tho belief
Opera Houso will bo a financial sue
rn.. .. ...a . n. t BttnHBB
""' u"u " """'' "l uv.tco
w'lll Increase as time goes on, tho
population of tho town increases, and
public sentiment turns to the sup
port of higher Jdeals.
,nu if tnis cstimato or it snouiu
bo wrong, the good to bo done in l
creating an onset to shows mat are
cheap in caliber and tone, ns well as
Inexnenslvo in price, will be well
worth tho prlco of nny deficit that
may have to be mado gocd,
In these dajs of advancing tldeals
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tnero is more on tho stage mat is
wholesome than otherwise. Honolulu
t-liould have its share of tho whole
some. It is getting a supcrabund'
anco of tho "otherwise,"
SHERIFF JARRETT v .
(Continued from l'nge'l.)
a call from a broken-hearted moth-
or who brought her soventccn-year-o'd
son along with hor. Tho worn-
nn. a'Portuguese, Is suffering from
somo heart affection, and declares
that sho may drop oft any monont.
Therson Is determined to go to sea
nhrt has half made arrangements to
rhlp on tho Ursklno M. Phelps. His
mother's entreatios havo had no ef
fect on the boy, nnd ho declares that
he wants to, see the world. No sug
gestions of tho Sheriff that he should
remain at home and take caro of his
widowed mother appealed to tho bay.
Ho would bo a sailor bold and his
poor mother could fade away any old
The Sheriff flnnlly gave thq mat
ter, upn despair and sent tho couple
along to the Juvenile iCourt, where
eomethlng may be done to curb tho
Heal Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted, in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the car line. -Price $4750,
Story and a haliMiouse, modern in
every part ioular,' suitable (or small
family a bargain either aa a home
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Falolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
Fivc.bedrcomi house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
Vancouver Highway. .. .G40 Lnnlhull Drive ..-....$ 9G0
Vancouver Highway.... 800 Llloa Itlso 1000
Hydo St .' 800 Oahu Ave ':... 1040
Oahu Avo 880 Kamchnmcha Ave 1200
Manoa ltd 9C0
Bishop Trust Company,
Offer for sal nn eitrlit.ronm house on
hpontifnl Vanfr.lo-ni itrref TM
pr0perty is' one of the best buys in
Honolulu Realty market. Eight
ian. room. comDletely modern.
lAXVi lanal on front and Side Of
Ue j0t jj 70x125 feet ana i high
ft?" m WWn aaa " B P's4000 00
"tK. V.-J.V 1 V l. ' 1! " ' ' Vr.L .i
wc amB nnsB on ainau street
that is a bar(raia larfre .house,
eieht rooms, nlcelv arranced. All the
modern conveniences, including gas,
njodem conveniences, including gas,
electricity and modern plumbing.
The gTOund are'large, 100x200 feet,
?4 5 jo. 'This is a typ!
leal Honolnln home.
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Hnce . S43UUUU
WE HAVE OTHER BARGAINS
Bishop Trust Company,
lad of his fondness foV something he
knows nothing about. .In tho mean
time the captain of the Phelps Is get-
Hn. hl) ,w tor-ether and nnt wnr-
ovr, ',, ,.,,
''"'O' MW.iWl VLD,(I V.UO"Vi.
the wish this morning that the be-
.U.C-H.C..I..U..CU uu, nu.u e." " -
on somo ship and get artat.te ot what
nnrtn t?nfiTTmtt- -
(Continued froniago 1.)
committee so that ttcAnltu arraoKe
ments may. bo mado : to ha'a (heso
in i, Vuatit; nituuu ui iiiui iiiiq uiuv
tho snrlnc. Ho is- leavlnir no stono
.intnrnnii in rim dm thnnir.inv,m of
this city a genuine treat.'' As there. Is
contldorabln expenso nttachod to
bringing theatrical troupes hero, It than depend upon a few pcopl? who
has been deemed udvlsablo to guar- Imve borno ,th hnanclai uu'r,ien in
ffiiStS ,u7 sra T11!8h ,8 an n,,,,cat1 tt0 !VC
will not bo-tho losers financially. ,B"'r't. ra,tllc,r 'hn,n ,n "-cqucst forj'do
This proiiosltion wits only mado at,Pat'on8- " Is bollovcd that tovvns
tho last mooting of tho Clvlo Fedora- peoplo nnd somo of, tho visitors na
tian and It Is hard to tell what tliojvvcll aro willing to help make tho
outcome i wilt be, Thoso who aro work- 'oxpense purse for the big holiday of
lng up the bchcmo aro confident that'ti,0 )0ar. It Is requested by tho II
they will succeed. (nance committee that the nostals ba
?tT, T,LTt rZL":. n without further delaj. lot the
ranged for, In
n entertainment movi1"'0"11' h whnt V WW-
class ot dramatic entertainment may
bo presented to theater-lovers of "tho
Territory, uro as follows! The Witch'
Communicate with Friends at Sea
BY WIRELESS ,
Office onn Sundays from 8 to 10
a. m. .
lng Hour, "The Pit, Tho College Wld-
ow. Tho Dollar Mark. Tho Lion and
tho Mouse, Salvation Army Nell, Tosa
OI Ue uurucrvuies. Tneso two lat-,
I!"8 wo!l'lof,!1 actlCB B,5r 1,n Sahai
J'0? NeI. ?nl to thoso Who hao not
nad that pleasure, it w 11 IndccI ba n
treat in store for them.
Mr. Adams 1b corrcsnondlnc with
th Ferris Hartmann Company of I.ok
th Fcrri Hartmann
ARel with avlow
uvv iu uringing in 31
tronpo to this city.
companv had to concel
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t1Pnv(11la Anrrn fvnmnn In mma -.9 4l.n
H'lbUUUl lll Ulitn U IIIU KUlllU Ul
I.n Arnrnlo nam ... .n(l...unoll.
over "Tho Love Tales of Hoffmann.'
as plaved b that company, that they
booked their seats weeks nboid of
time, (with the result that tho Kerrls
Hartmann Company was obliged to
ccmaln in Los Angeles.
ISLAND FOLK FOR
( Continued. Iran Pa. 1.)
Kinau ww arnvo nt Honolulu
tegular time on Sunday morning Feb.
., tlft nf.lttt Will lAtltfA tin-
,?. Tuccday H7ght robhnry 22
at 10 OCIOCK.
excursion round trip tick-
Hllo to Honolulu and return.... $16 50
Mahukona and Kawalhae to Ho
nolulu . ' i c urn i . . . 13 00
Maul pc Honolulu and rc-
Km Ml portb o Honolulu and re
The nuance committee of tho Flor
Parsue, of which J. R. Oalt Is
chairman. Is still calling for re-
spouses ,to the mulled
funds from all and sundry.
It is tho
pollcy to secure many subscriptions
from tho public generally ipther
TO SHIELD SUHEONt
' Thirty dajs )all was the sentence
handed' out to Arlcta, n Filipino Who
v.-as found undtr a bed ot a young
lndy whoi claims that tho young man
was thero without permission or In
When the caso came up this morn
ing, the accused pleaded guilty, and
bffered for an excuse that he had
mado a mistake In tho rooms and
that It was his sweetheart that ho
was looking for.
Thero was no evidence offered In
tho caso, although two female wlt-
nnfiRea wern In mint. After heluir
sentenced, Arlota showed a dlspOsI
tlon to talk and claimed that ho was
actltfg as a hero nnd shloldlng some-
WE SPECIALIZE in Two Things J
Picture Framing and
Developing and Printing. '
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
FOKTY YEAH8 AGO almost every mother thought her child must har
paregoric or laudanum to mako It sleep. Thcsq.drugs will produce sleep,',
and afbw.dropt too many will produco tho sleep from tvfatcH there U
no waiting. Many nro tho children who havo been killed or whoso health hai
been ruined for llfo by paregoric, laudanum nnd morphine, each of which s. a
narcotic product ot opium. Druggists nro prohibited from selling: cither of ths
narcotics namod to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling thriu
"poison." Tho definition of "narcotic," Is: "A medicine wMch relieves pain .
andprotlucci tltep, but which injiolsonout doses produces stupor, coma, wmvfif J J
stons and death." Tho taste ami smell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and. sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing By nip" a
etc You should not permit nny mcdloino to bo given to your children withoiit
you or your physician know of what It Is composed. Castoriu docs not con)
tain narcotics. ' i '
The S3- yls-f- " K"""'"to" genntoa ,
ilinalnro of WjfVZAlwW Cnatorla l-
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
"1 hare frequently prmcrlbol Caitoda for com'
Boa allmcnU ot ctllJrin vrllh good rewlia."
W. A. OUMDitx, M. D ,
Daffalo, N. Y.
"Aa tho father of Uilrteen children I certainly
know aomethlng about your Br cat mcdlclno anil,
aalila from uiy own family eipcricnce, 1 hare, In
my yoara "t practice, found Caitorla a, popular and
cotclent rcmodt In alsoat (Very hdme."
Wx. J. McCain, If. 1) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
Ila'fi For Oufir 3fl Yeara'J
BAR INDORSES .
HENRY E. COOPER
Thayer Second Choice
And Rawlins Is
Henry E Cooper Is the flrst choice
of tho Bar Association fu. .i lilaco i,
tho bench of tno Terrltorlsl-Circuit
Court now vacant througn tho pioiri"-
tlon of Judg3 Do Bolt, to tho Supremo
Court. ' f ' ' ' " '
' Thn method of hallotln on tho
names pres.ntud.wasMlscdise'n at.con;
BlilcraDle lengu, u. v. lircchons ut
slrlug a viva voco vote 'and W. O.
Smith opposing tho suggestion, it
was flnnlly decided to vote by ballot
and'Wr O. Smith Ihh placed In nom
ination Henry n. Cooper. 'Ho Mated
that Mr. Cooper had consented, to til-'
low his namo to gi beforo tho Asso
ciation miring tno uay.
Tho flrst ballot thov cd Cooper 14,
Thavcr G, Ashfonl C, Hawllns 3. I
Tho second ballot givo Cooper 20,
Thayer 4, Ashford 3, Itawllns 2,
On motion of C. A. Douthltt. tho
selection of Cooper as flrst cliolco was
maiio unanimous. i
For second choice tho ballot stood
Thnjor 10, Ashford 9, Ilavvllns 3.
TliajerH selcctlou for second ciioicq
was then mado unanimous.
Tho balloting for third cholco was:
Itawllns,, IS, Ashford 8, Andrudo 1,
Tho officers wcro authorized to
UaillU II1U UIlUlJIBUIIlUlll. IU 1 IUnilll-111
Taft, Attorney General Wlckershani
and inform uovcrnor i-rear ot tno ac
tion. Tho cables wcro bent to Wash
ington last night.
y Among thoso present wero I). Ij.
Wlthlngton, In.tho thalr; A. W. Jmld,
'Judgo Wilder, K. A. Douthltt, James
Coko, A. Holme?, A. D.M.arnach. II.
Mlddledltch, Gcorgo Davis, C. It. Hem-
enwny, W. O, Smithy Ivvorrln Andiows.l
Judgo I'errj, J. i.lghtroot, w. It. Cus
tlo. W. Greenwell, i: W. Sutton, W. C.
Achl, Judge Peterson, l. J. Warren,
P. I... Weaver. J. A. Slugoon, C. II.
Olson, A. U Cnstlo, It. W. Breckons,
A. Iovvls, Jr, Harrison, SI. F. Prosser,
body who was "very dear to him."
Several letters aro said to bo In
existence that hnvo u lot to do with
thoa case, nnu1' nccordlngto tome of
the'storlcs circulating around tho ijp
Ilco stntlon, thero Is mdro In tholaso
than meets the eyo. Chief! McDuf
fle Is' looking Into tho matter, nnd
tho affair will
bottom. " "
bo probed to tho
AND WE LEAD IN BOTH
"I find yoar Caetorta ta Terr beneficial in t&4
tnatmcDt of cklldrin't allmenta "
r. Dim, It. p ,
"I ohject to what an called patent medlcliM,
vrbrra rnatcralono knows whatimrlli puf ldtben,
but I knuw tho formula of your Caatorla and ad. tea
Iu u In-proper core. IJudgolttoJ'ry Hat
ful, aa well aa hannlcu family medicine,"
X. D. Slitn, M. D ,
Bruoklyn, N. T.
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