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IUESDAY r ' FEBRUARY 15, 1910
The soul occutiicd with creat ideas mltuloner of Corporations Herbert
best performs small duties. Knox Smith is a veiy excellent state
Stick to the text and to homo rule
Honolulu inn almost mntch Us
nieut of a present-day truth.
RECEPTION TO CAPT, MATSON.
Coincident with llio arrival of tho
liquid sunshine with a heated frost now nil lion-dollar Matson liner and
In tlio morning. t10 president of the Matson Naviga
tion company, me Aicrciiunis
Congress does not
the woman's suftrago ltsuo just jet.
Not even In Hawaii.
,, . . 'elation of this city contemplates call-
lug u llll'l'lliiK lu Bill tip I'lllllUBlUOIII
for tlio suspension of the coastwiso
It Is the protection given by this
LVlltor lluckland has decided that law that enables Captain Matson to
ho must rest n whllo If ho Is to hno construct and opernto this new nil
sumclent ojcslght left to obscrvu tho . lion-dollar steamship under tlio
growth of Hllu.
Those Friar lands arc not to pa'j
Into the hands of Sugar Trust) men
without someone making a beauti
ful ruw about It.
Delcgato Kuhlo Is handling tho
situation in Washington in a clear
headed stjlo that shows him to bo
tho best man for the place.
American flag, for tho passenger
sorvlcoNof tlio Islands.
Suspension of that law will wlpo
the new liner oft tho ocean as a prof
itable American boat.
Ihn't this a rathor thoughtless re
ception the mcrchnnts arc planning
for Captain Matson?
Or is It thoughtful to tho cxtont
of being Intended as a direct af
front? Under any circumstances, It Is de
Theodore Roosevelt chafing after
tho South 1'ole would hnvo no need
to glvo orders against any army of
correspondents following him.
wo nsk Congress for n rcdorat pro
hibition law?" (ould bo n request
that tho citizens of this Torrltory
vole tor or against federal control.,
as "oil as for or ngalnst prohibition.
Representatives of tho American pca
plo In Washington must be quick to
seo this, and they aro acting ac
cordingly. They have settled tho
proposed Invasion of our local privi
leges. Defeat of that schemo was
scaled when tho Sennto committed
ngiced to tho plebesclte.
Con cress Intends that the. people
of tho Territory shall Btick to their
Tills Is shown In tho opposition
Immediately developed to tho wo
man's suffrage nnnox that wai
started up here. Congress Is pre
senting tho opportunity for a
straight answer to n straight qircs-.
Hon. It ll preserving tho best prln
clplo of the referendum. It refuses J
to allow a befogging of tho Issuo ,
through tho complication of u homo
rule sldo lssuo or a woman's suffrage
side Issue, or both.
That Is Just as It should bo.
He is cither an enemy of good,
clear-cut government or n person
sadly warned by "prejudice who
would nsk that tho prohibition ques
tion bo submitted to tho people In
nil) other form thnnstlint proposed
In tho Delegate's resolution.
No greater reason exists for en
larging tho toting population of tho
Islands to pass upon prohibition
tllan for any other public ques
tion. Tho women arc Just ns deep
ly involved In the appropriation for
public schools, for Instance, or for
good roads or for tho sanitation ot
tho Territory, ns thoy oro 1 tho salo
or prohibition of liquor. It -Is au
open question whether tho admis
sion? of women to this prohibition
referendum would not rnlso an issuo
of class legislation and tho wholo
business bo tied lip Ir tho Federal
courts for nn lutcrminauio period.
Kuhlo and tho members of Con
gress with whom ho Is working aro
light. They aro holding Hawaii to
Lot tho peoplo ot the Islands .show
themselves to bo men unafraid to
faco n straight Issuo. Let us not
strlvo to reform Congress and tho
wholo American nation In order to
suit tho theories and foibles of somo
very good and sotno vory bad citi
zens ot Hawaii. Let us havo honest
rulo by tho plain peoplo of Hawaii.
Highway.... 610 Lanlhull Drive
Highway.... 800 Llloa Riso .".... 1000
Hydo St t 800 Oahu 'Ave. ......... . 1040
Oahu Arc 880 KamchumoW Avo ,1200
Manoa Rd . OCO Rcckwlth St.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
It docsu't make any dlftcrenco
what jour opltilous may be, jou
have to Rct tho 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n It you
wcyld l:ao Unknown n'ld tho truth
Bishop Trust Company,
Communicate with Friends at Sea
Office open Sundays from 8 to. 10
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For an extra (rood duality 'of SCRIM CURTAIN; ecru color.
Only a few pain. See sample In our windows. ,
J Hopp & Qo.,
(Your Credit Is Good)
185 KING STREET
Houses for Rent
Our merchants appear to bo' pro
paring to cheer loudly for Captain
Matson on his arrival and thou soak
him In tho head with a coastwise
suspension lemon Immediately after
they get him woll within thu town.
Slhco tho President has mado such
i positive remarks to Wall Stroctors
nbout honest methods of business
and finance, ho will havo another
shower ot questions about, what he
thinks ot Senator Aliirlch and Undo
Inability of the Investigating com
mittee to discover any corruption In
tho acts of Secretary llalllngor
either shows that tho commlttco Is
m a lie up of a lot of good dogs, or
Secretary Ualllnger Jias been sub
jected to criminal libel of tho deep
APPEAL OF THE WOMEN.
Wo aro almost afraid that our
l.uly friends overdid tho thing in
l.icir enthusiasm to hurry their np
peal for suffrage to Washington and
make tt appear numerically big.
The list of names at organizations
looms up ery large, but when ono
stops to consider that In many In
stances tho samo Indies aro membors
and ofllccrs of thrco or four por
haps more organizations, tho nt-
tompt at a numorlcal demonstration
is likely to act us a boomorang when
finally analyzed, ns It must certainly
bo beforo Congress takes any definite
action. '' v.
Our good women of tho. Territory
should also take to heart the infer-,
enco carried in tho prompt opposi-l
Hon developed at Washington to tho
proposal that wo mix thqi Issues ot
nrohlbltlon with woman s) suffrage.
j:ach Is a big problora In itself, wor
thy a separate referendum.
So let's stick to tho text, ladle?,
and retrain from tho possibility ot
spoiling everything by trying to do
Jog uiany" things, at puce.
PURE WATER CAMPAIGN
Real Estate With
Bishop Trust Company,
"What is 'tho use. some may
cured, but my caso Is hopeless."
Dut n trial of tho Btnipiesi remeuy
Just n'llttlo oil It wlntoigrcon properly
connoundcd taa in v. u. u. rresenp
tlon) will wash away tho Itch Imroe
dlartly, tho Instaut D. D. D. Is applied.
n'ead this letter from Thomnn Chap
man, U. I. Passenger Agent t EllisJ
GIRL IN CAR
Lucy Wallace Jumps From
Machine To Avoid
' Cluney y
Somo kind of a lover's tiff, oi
Eomcthlng of tho kind,. Is "tald li
hnvo 'resulted In Lucy Wallace bo
Ing badly Injured Inst night about
9 o'clock. It appears that William
Cluney, who drives nn automobile,
gave tlio lady a lift In his machine,
r.ml ns far ns Kallhi all wentwell.
It was when returning and oppo
site tho KalUil I'ol Factory that tb
"' ... 1 . . . . . ..... .
"I cannot delay any longer writing pjlr trail n rew worus, aim anss i.uo
to tell you how grateful t feel Tor thajdomntidod to be allowed to got out
great benefit I '""0 recehed from of tho machine. Cluney, no doubt
our marvelous skin remedy, 1). D. 1). being Influenced by tho romatillc
Prescription, .Ilcsldes rinding It a EUrrouudlngs of tho pol factory, ro
wondortnl euro for Itcblni cMcraa I , , d ( , . tho
lmvo it villi .t for !inrn fni'or. rotps.I
Cuban Itch. vlnlfltiR nrotmd certain11
Was It not In the days of tho Re'
public thut a woman's suffrago
movement was started, and tho en
thusiasts weio "called oft'' for fear
of what tho result might bo? And
wcro not tho men who' "called off"
tho enthusiasts tho same ones now
numbered among tho prohibition
Tho deepest Interest, of this
generation lies In tho control
ot Its dominant commercial
forces. Tho issuo Is uiQrnl, In-'
volvlng deeply our American
Ideal ot equal opportunity under
the law. It is financial, and on
Its outcomo deponds tho ultl
mato stability of our business
This opening paragraph of Com-
Dolcgato Kuhlo's cablegram sots
at roit all tho froakruruors about
tho posslblo admission of fieak idoas
in tho development of government In
thCBo Islands, and as applied partic
ularly to the prohibition Issue.
It also shows that Congress has
been absolutely honest. In. Its adber
onco to the home rulo prlnclplo In
legislating for this Territory. Tho
men In control at Washington havo
no idea of ono day acknowledging
tho right of Hawaii to decide prob
lems for Itself and later passing a
resolution calling on tho citizens to
voto whether tlioy should prohibit
the liquor tr'afTlc themselves or havo
it dono by tho Tederal government.
Congress, usually p)aya fair.
Public men prompted by American
Ideals usually give tho people a
squuro Amorlcan deal. .
Hawaii's contention was, Is, and,
wo hope, ever will bo for homo rule.
A voto taken on the question, "Shall
suggested, to put up Just as j(s undoubtedly of iltal' Importance and on (i10 plfico.
lit lor P'jro ater. Indeed I .in which all olhdrs stuVtnto lnslgnlt- Tlio flro en
ivo not onfy hVfce.tmnty.twtl'i;anj nijj ghduld' bo l).o till absorbing but had nnrl
wish to oay that 1 think tho women 1
aro dead right 'n their crusado ngalnsl
liquor, but let them not forgot ns somo
big a. fight
would havo i
societies comes In. lino upon this ques
tion, but all tho women on tho out
side of them, their mothers and sisters
and cousins and aunts, and ovorjono
clso that has a partlclo of prldo In
this city of Honolulu.
.And not only the women, nut an mo
toddles of tho mon should lino up and
make tho fight of their lives for puro
water. And if" wo" will only make' a
stand llko men and demand It fit an
cost, wo will surely get It. Tor It
wcro hotter to let tho roads, sidewalks,
harbors, docks and oven tho mosqui
toes go. lather than to nnvo such a
disgraceful stato ot things In our
Indeed lUwcro bettor, or bo It would
seem to mo, to havo tho wholo city go
bankrupt, or even to Increaso tho tax
ation, high as Ihcso taxes aro, rather
than to hnvo tho peoplo poisoned oft
by drinking this kind of wtcr.
I havo been nunning auout mis sun
would arouse tho pqoplerillkq ono man,
und got them to reallzo tho Import
ance of this subject, but U sooms to
I bo beyond me. Dut to ,do this, and It
11 u 1 J o 1 1 n: I must tyo done, it wlll .j-cquva all U.o
eloquence anu jor; mi'i pult m un
the most forceful men ot Honolulu, nnd
hen this Is dono, toniethlng will bo
parti of tho body caused by porsplru
tlon, etc., and tho Instant I liavo .ip
piled It, tho troublo ceasos."
Ndw, ic thera Is uny ono in your
ltnvnor. wlinro tTiere Is n will
thcro Is n wny In thisVaso It was
tho way' to tho (lucon's Hospital, ns
tho girl calmly Jumped from tho car
tetter, psoriasis or poison Ivy. tell tliH
siinerer not to sit u.ick ana r.ay, i
havj tried ovcii thing, thcro Is no cuio
for mo." '
Call nt our storo and wo shnll cx
plain. Honolulu Drug Co , Fort street.
MOTHER SAVES BABY
I ( EROM FIERCE PLAMES
fCnntlmiari from Paca 1.1
dono In n huny. Thlsjwotor question namcB ,-hnt ,m(, uow gottcn a flrm hoM
exception wo will lid
n city Ihut'wo may bo proul of and
not until them. And j then Honolulu
may, perhaps, desccvcJts fat.' namo,
the Paradise ot tho Pacific.
i (GEO. OSUORNn.
'Honolulu, Feb. lSj-HOi
i . i . . i .
WHY ECZEMA :
town suffering with eczema, rlngwoiii.'ag it was speeding along, and re
ceived sccrc Inteuinl lnjuilcs that
ncceEsltnlqd her rcmoal for medical
...- .. M II , tUn
ilia cnauueur, uci-uiuihk u mv
pollco report, never turned his head
as llie girl Jumped from tho nin-
chlne, and ho Is alleged to- havo
driven off nt a high rate of speed.
Tho joung lady was taken, to tin
hospital, -where It w3 found that
the was BUircrlr.s from Internal In
juries. It Is probable that proceed
ings will bo Instituted against Clu
ney In tho intar f uturo, Tho girl
will, nk soon an she IS well onough,-
bo been about tMo raattor, and tho
chauffoiir' will lmvo to explain why
ho detained tlio joung woman In tho
car when sbo wished to leave It.
i o ,
nglncs arrived . promptly
nnrllerablo trouble 4u get-
sdblect until It Is settled. ting nea ' nilldlng. Tlie lano that'
Then when piirp wolfcr Is tho rulo 'tho hdti .s Is a very narrow ono
rnlhni- llinn Ihn ovrBlltlOll WO will lldvo n I lllU"3 18 HO ClianCO Of tumlllg
.... ...... ...v v.. .--t," : - -m t- 1... !..
lliitt'un irav lin iirnu 1 of nml " -'"b'""
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Wonder They Despair But Cure
Has Now Been Found.
round onco they wcro In-
slfto. . I
However, tho flro laddies rushed
their c .(..-103 In and soon had a stream
ot water playing on tho burning build
ing and tho adjoining house, v.lilcli
nlso was threatened with utter destruc
tion. It was Been from thu Mist that
tho Yado homo was euro to go. audi
tho firemen confined their efforts to
preventing tho spread of tho llamds.
Nothlug was Bavcd from tho lilmsn
and tho family clothing and furniture
nil went up In smoko. Tho tiro Is
thought to have originated through
tho child playing with u box of
Tho flro gained forco veiy rapidly
and It was not long bcfoio tho roof
fell In mid tho sldo walls collapsed.
It Is a strange thing about eczema. Tho "save" of tho other houses in tho
After wasting monoy on nostrums, vicinity Is considered to bo n good
dosing tho stomncli or smearing on ono, and tho flro laddies did good work
creasy sahrs for years, many a skin In confining tlio flro to tho houso that
Ject for a long tlmo and havo wished sufferer gives up, In despair, Ho was practically destroyed beforo thoy
that I could say or do Bomeming mat says: .i nrnvcu.
iiMMi""""'""'"''1!B'!'!g!B Tho engines hnd. In order to got out,
to go Into n backyard of ono of tho
dwellings and turn mound thcie. It
tho flro had occuncd nt night thoro
would havo surely been far more dam
ago done, as the tiro brlgado was ter
ribly handicapped In. every way,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Little Jimmy Is animated by two
ruling passions In this life. Ono Is a
perfectly slncero hatred of school, and
all thut therein Is, and tho other an
Inordinate liking Tor fishing In a
stream close to fils owh houie.
A llttlo while ago ho dlscovorod that
ho was (idbgcsied of a defective mem
ory, which perinltted him to forget all
, about tcliool duties, and so ho betook
himself to tho hcreliiboforo mentioned
xtroam It) iish.
Ho was proceeding homeward when
lio mot ono of h(s schoolinutos.
"Hallo, Jimmy! What yur caught7"
queried tho latter.
"Oh notliln' yet," said Jimmy. "I
nln't been homo."
"Mama." sjld Illtlo 7-year-old TIosb,
"I think I'll iianio my little pet chick
en 'Ulll' for my Undo Wily."
"Ilut, my dear, I don't think your
chicken Is u rooster; I think It is a
hen." .' I .'
''Then If It's going to ha a lion,".
said hobs, niter souer tnougnt. -i n
namo It Henry." ', ' ''
"On my arrival In California," said
tho humorist, "as n Joko I sent a
friend of mlno, well known for his,
rtvorBlo'n for upending monoy, a tele
giam, with tho words 'I urn porfectly
well." with charges to collect.
"Tlio Information evidently vas
gratifying to him, for about nweek
after sending It I rorclvnd a packago
by express, upon which thoro wcro ft
, "Upon opening tho package I found
a largo Nqw York paving bloqk, on
which was panted n raid inscribed
with tho woids "This Is tho weight
you havo lifted ftoiu my hcait."
Real 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 half house, modern in
every particular, .suitable for small.
.family a bargain either as a home j;
pr for, an investment. Price $3250. ,
Acreage property in Pnlolo Valley,
llanoa Valley and Kaimuki.
Five-bedroom liouse on Thurston
avenue. Price $00.
Entered for Record Feb. 14, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Hst of M L 0 oi don by exor to Fran.
.cltco Uenlz Hcl
A Jaeger Tr to ICnaunn Rel
Lst of llvnry Dlmnnd by ctor to
Ku.l ot nl , .Rel
Ifiitchliibon jiitg. Pluntn Co. to'H K
Illshop ct nl PA
Mary n Fosto,- by atty to D Kukal-
laul nnd wf ct nl .Rel
Jane 0 Wilder and hsb to Terri
torial Hotel Co Ltd D
Entered for Record Feb. 15, 1910,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m
ROUTE OF PARADE
(Continued from Pago 1.)
marshals. There will bo moro ot
these than last year, as tho crowds
will bo larger and it will icqulto
moror men to keep the parade mov
ing and 'to handle tho inimento
Mr. Danlson has prepared n tot ot
plans, which will be published very
Blrortly, showing tho exact location
ot each division In the parade, so
that there may bo, no liftch In start-
lug. (Tlio route- ot march of tho pa
rado, was finally dqclded upon nt n
ipoetlng ycjterday afternoon. TIiIb
will bo as follows: Tlio head of tho1
parndo win leavu tho capltot grounds
at 10 a. m. on Tohruary 22. It will
pass ilown Jiing streot to ruuanu,
UP Nujianu to liertitanla, and out
uerctaiila to tho ball grounds, pass
ing In rovlow before tlio military.
wio will fall out and drnw up for
that purposo uiauka ot Thomas
Tho decornted nutontnbl es (but
not tho Womoblla lloat) wlllle.ivotgQr prjjfe now
wio puruuu ni Minur niruui. uiiu iia- i
through tho grounds of tho Queon's)
Hospital, returning to Deictanla .Men's and Women's Sizes Enoueh
atreet at PmiLlibowl, and "catch up Said
We have a lot of these hceh that
wc want to get rid of- quickly.
Regular, Price .'..50c.
with the rest of tho parade
Thomas Square, i
Yalo Alumni hnvo decided to put
Kaaha Kaco to Jnr. Kalua L Frailer ot the floats committee.
it ' ei.. t ri r'
Hi a handsomely-decorated float In llldllUldllUm JHUC lU.,
(lio i-iorai i'liruue. inis oftibiu;i i
was aniioiinred by tho Yalo commit-1
(ce this morning to Chairman C. II,
1051 Fort Street
THIS SHIPMENT, JUST OPEN- J
ED,' IS READY FOR THE' INSPEC
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Sn ,f: !.
Fore Strccf ,' ,
, .near Hotd Street"
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Fort and Merchant Street tZJ
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