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TUESDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1910
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Jive me the avowed, the erect, the .have already filled the town and tho
ft1"' manly foe.
3old I can, meet perhaps, may turn
Y- his blow;
Jilt, of all plagues, kind Heaven, thy
Bf wrath can send,
lave, save, oh, save me from the
Sf; candid friend. (
J G. Canning.
J( Annual meetings of sugar corpor
tlons this year aro regular Joy
Increase handled In ships under our
own flag will give Honolulu nil 11
can take care of for n while.
ringing one or two gold-hunters to
Though Philadelphia has a war
going on In Its streets, we don't bo
llevo tho people of that city have
any systems In vogue that allow ot
a ncrvc-wrnCUed, Innocent woman
hclng thrown Into it pollco station
cell provided for the Incarceration ot
ami building uclioolhouscs," declared
President E. D. Cairicron of tho State
Teachers' Association recently, nd-
uressing nearly 4000 members of
that body convened In Oklahoma.
"Tho constitutional rnnvnntlnn."
he said, "divided, Oklahoma Terri
tory Into 34 counties, nnd tho lu-
dlnu Territory Into 41 counties. Tho
41 new co tint I cm not only had no
public schools, but they had novcr
hnd any and were In primitive condition.
"There wns not nt that tlmo nil
Incorporated town whero u free pub
lic school hnd been organized for
moro than nlno years, nnd a vast
mnjoilly ot them had only been or
ganized from two to five yenrB. Thoro
were some Indian Echools and a few
of these schools were run for whites.
"Wo havo laid nil theso counties
Into districts largo districts, so
that In most ot them wo will not
have to consolidate, but con run a
full high school courso In one district.
There arc now 2300 school dis
tricts In tho 41 counties and the
county superintendents' reports
show that we havo built moro than
2S00 schoolhouscs since Statehood,
the most convenient and costly rural
schoolhouses In tho ihilted States.
Wo have built nlso In tho old
counties of tho State about 40b
schoolhouscs slnco Statehood. This
makes between 2800 and 2000 coun
ty sclioolhpuscs slnco Statehood,
costing from $1500 to JC000 each,
and numerous high school nnd .other
buildings havo been built In the best
cities and towns of tho State
"Many of these are tho most mod'
LMost every passenger steamer Is It la worth noting that Plllkla
obsequies stopped the street cars
from banging through tho crowds
massed In Palaco Square nnd on
iNext year wo'll havo the posters King street. And not. a word of
ada In Hawaii, nnd the street cars 'protest, has been heard against tho
pi out ot the parade.
Evoryone Is very happy, though
ry tired, since Plllkla has, bten
irmally destroyed In Honolulu.
Philadelphia may havo taken this,
cans ot being assured ot new .and
odem cars 'for the street-car lines.
JjWhat will Honolulu do on. the
ourtti ot July, when the plebiscite
tbvbe held on the sixth celebrate
(fore or after?
m'- - -
tMfj Conness will go to Itllo with
e, best wishes, of his friends, and
fe; enemies of Hllo and Conness
tU' declare It served him, right.
Echoes of tilp. homo rule talk have,
Jchcd' tho homestead sections ot
fwali; and Charley policy wakes
uwltlt a shout, "That, means me."
3very holiday should occupy n
ree-doy period, to give the people
edny for getting ready and an
ierf to recover from the recrda-
Kauat Is a sample, of the saloon
a? Eden. Hut ninny believe the
fl would, be lessened by strictly
tulate'd pjaces for dispensing
itfen chahlplohs have such a
irt-Uved hold oti their honors,
rojs lots of' satisfaction In being
:onifprtnblo, honest, healthy-mind-fovorago
jomo Flsral Parado day bye and
ffliet us hope, the award of prizes
Ijbe inndo by popular vote, then
prone vMIl get recognition, an".,
community a mosi Dcaumui
ohlbltlon's camo Is seldom If.
rYplay'ed absolutely fair, hut. Just
TAX. should .Include an expurga-.
fjof Delegate Kuhlo's homo rulo
tfjJflled with tho United States
to is iiara to imagine.
lltidrawnl of tho nominations to
fcustbhis court on account ot the
ictlon in tho salary reminds U3
Mjljncle am, can notj depend on,
rioiism aiuue wnuu BeKiiig uiu
J?meV'to illl public offices,
Jbat i'a a brilliant scheme ot nl-
ng Secretary Meyer's reorganl
pn scheme a year's trial, Twoive
f"' flwduld give Just enough time
it 'the old without having the
eil started on a fair trial,
'y.r, . '
.fop '.right on with the work or
easing tho city's accommodation
tourists. American steamerr
servlco of. tho Hapld Transit, though
the schedule was so upset as to prac
tically lose Its Identity.
"Mallblni" persists In writing
communications to the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
on, the Van Kirk cas'o without dis
closing ner identity, inero is miicii
of, valiio to the community In her
suggestions, but tho I) ii 1 1 e 1 1 n
does not break Its rulo of refusing
tho publication of communications
when tho writer Is not known.
If Honolulu had a strlko on Its
hands like that which, Is prevailing
In tho city of Philadelphia, everyorle
would think the end ot all things
Wui about to arrive, and the kov-
cminent by commission crowd would
hi hollering themselves hoarso try
llie to make Washington believe us
Incompetent to goyerh ourselves and
witnal the worst, American commu
nity, that ever happened,
OKLAHOMA'S SCHOOLS AMD
First-class public schools Is the
first advantage to which nn Ameri
can community points with pride
when relating Its successes that
give It superiority over all others.
' This spirit Is shown. In, the report
made on tliq schools of Oklahoma at
u meeting of the, Htnto Teachers' As
sociation ot that, groat common
wealth. It Is of particular Import
ance' to Hawaii in suggesting to us
tho Increased confidence that Is felt
In nny section ot our common coun
try which looks after Its public
schools and places Ihcmji'rst on the
list. ot. Institutions for which liberal
provision must be made.,
Oklahoma has built between 2800
and 2900, schooihousea slnco gaining
Statehood, many ot them among the
most costly rurn) schoolhouses In the
United, States. This Is In, a. common-
Wealth which at the time of Its, es
tablishment as (such had 41 counties
In which there were no public
"A'hero a limited number of Indian
Bchools existed, some few of them
arranged to admit white children,
arid there Is today a highly organ
ized system of public education or
which any State might be proud. No
child In the State ot any parcntago
Is, figuratively speaking, out of tho
Bound ot the school bell. Tho eoun
try child In particular la provided
for. Inasmuch us tho rural popula
tion of this agricultural State Is of
great Importance to the future ot
''The world can not show a paral
lel ot the work done In Oklahoma
since Statehood In organizing schools
Vancouver lKgaw4 . . .$40 Lnnlbull Drive $880
Vancouver Highway.,.. 100 LI loo Rise . .' 1000
Hyde Bt 109 Ofthm Ate 1040
Ofihu Ave 1(0 KunthsmahA ikve 100
Manoa rid 80 IHekwIth, St 1200
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
On, Alexander street, six-room, two-
bedroom, house, finely and.comnleterj
crn and up-to-date buildings ln,lho furnished. Large rooms and large
United States. Thero Is now n lanal at front aniside. of house.. The
schoolhouse In reach of every child RTounds are very finely improved.
of every color In the State. Oarage and . servants' quarters in'
"We have n scholastic population rear. BENT, $70 FEB MONTH
of n little moro than C00.000 and ,. , ...
we havo enrolled In our schools more- "n-room, nve-oearoom, completely
than 300,000 boys and girls. There """ house; modsrn, convenient
nro States In tho Union more than fnd up to date in every way. Exoeo-
100 years old that aro not up with i"1"?."16 ?" "" urounus.
Ug." Aiiu puicc ttuiuc icturcu lur a term.
President Cameron reviewed the JUsHT, f 70 XiM. MOHTIi
Stato Institutions also, stating that THESE' PROPERTIES ARE THE
1 1 state, educational institutions had MOST DESIRABLE FURNISHED
been provided In two years. Ho TrnnflTB vrvor nxrviren rw
Space and Time have been annihi
lated, by the
On Bunday moraines the office h
open from eight until' ten o'clock.
ngatnst theso. peoples bo truo ho must
know that it Is no moro than nnnrgu
ment for the repeal of the right of
purchase lease law; it Is no argument
for overriding the law."
I.lno 30 ot paragraph 5 should rend
".Mn' chance ot acquiring land," in
stead of "Man's Bchcmo of acquiring
land" as It now stands. This last Is
not a deadly error, but will you kindly
eco that a correct reading tf para'
graph 0 Is given, nnd much obllgs
Yours very truly,
Honolulu. Feb. 23.
also advocated the teaching of the
domestic-arts to girls In tho public
BchOols, and tho establishing ot rural
Hawaii had public schools when
Oklahoma was "wild nnd woolly
West." Can'tho people of this Ter
ritory afford to be outsrrlppcd In the
race for better schools, when It has
years of prcstlgo behind It and
plenty of prosperity today?
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Editor Evening Hullo tin:
To bo 'or not to be prohibition, Is
tho momentous question beforo the
people of the Territory of Hawaii
I believe It is conceded by all falr
thlnklng and non-blgotcd men that
prohibition does not prohibit.
Opium, gambling and offonscs under
the Edmunds Act are prohibited, but
they go on Just' tho same.
I would make tho following suij-
gcstlons as a remedy for soma of
the evils wo are suffering under.
from the abuse of liquor:
First Put a high' license on .ill
retail licenses for selling liquor.
Second rut a high standard of
quality on all wines, beers and other
liquors that can be sold. This
standard to be set by a commlttco
ot competent persons.
Third Put h duty or tax of SS
a gallon or more on all wines, beers
or other Intoxicating liquor that
For an extra good quality of SCRIM CURTAIN; ccru(color,
Only a few v&in. Se: sample in, our windows. V
(Your Credit Is Good)
. 185 KINCr STREET
WAS WICHHAN, & CO.
nro lmportod, manufactured' o,' sold
In the Territory' that 'do n6t conio
Up IU IM1S BttlllUUIU. g
Fourth' Make penal till vlolaa.ns
of this law, with u penalty of not
less than twelve 'months' lmptlron
ment. Do not have "any'.pecun'.ury
I)y doing theso things you will do
nway with nil the "chea1)" saloons
that arc carried on by Orl intals and
low-down whites, "nnd wh'ch today
aro the curse of Honolulu'' If It Is
possible to raise the-'uiamltud ot liq
uors sold, and have only' rcniectablo
premises licensed, It will In my opin
ion do nwny with tho present evil,
and be more effective than prohi
February 20, 1910.
' Editor n von tug D ill lot In:
In a letter printed In yesterday's U u !
lot I n and headed "Orolg Writes on
Land 'Experience," paragiaph 0 Is
niado to incorrectly read: '
"Now "if everything ho charges
rgalnst theso peoplo bo truo ho muBt
know that It Is no nioro than, an argu
ment for over-riding tho' law." .
It should road:
''Now, If overythlng ho charges
Mcrlo Johnson says that ho Is get'
ting credit for tho winning car of
11. F. Wlchman & Co. that Isyhot'
his duo. This car wn3 the auto or
tlio corporation of II. F. Wchman
& Co., and tho design wnslafgoly
planned) by Mr. nnd Mrs: Artnur
Wall. All tho members of tho llrnl,
Including Mr. Wlchman,' who also
entered his pmonal car, took part
In tho plans and tho york of carry
ing thoro out, concuuently Mr.
Johnson 1 feeling that he is getting
a superabundance , of glory that
should go to others.
Iter Speaker Reed bad visited a
viiup in wuBiuuKiuu lur U BMUVU.
Mho, darltoy barber bad scraped
5rn Vlio lmunn to east nbout for
fWork or for n chance to soil
nlrTfmrty .llilii, suh," he said fin-
the two or three stray locks that
IjMr.' Heed's bald pato. "Been
as' born that way," replied Reed.
Avard'i'enjoyed a brief period of
ON.enioresccnco, uui ii oiu nui
arbor gasped and said no more.
imqon'o told him he had shaved
ikah !" ho exclaimed. "Don't I
iSfi&iT' I should say ho was a
z:sj:. ts '
flco ot a frlond, n jnstlcq ot the peace,
when a couplb camo In to ho married.
After tho ceremony tho justice accept
ed a modest tea and handed tho brldo
en umbrella us sho went out.
Mr. Perkins looked gravely on and
asked: "Do you always do that,
"Io what? Marry thorn? Oh, yes."
"No, I moan bestow a present upon
"A present? Why, wasnt that her
Umbrella?" asked tho Justice.
, "No; It was mine," replied tho Con
essman' 1'erklnn was In tho of.
"Vos," said tho old lady, after the
rrinfnrnnpn. "wa nro nil 1nnn tiinVfirafl
. out. We boarded a 10911s preacher, a
circus rider, tnq sliding cider, the cler
ical exhauster besides' ono oli super
Real Estate for Sale
Half -acre lot well, planted, in, trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, eta All in Rood 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
or for an investment. Price I32S0.
Acreage property in Paldld Valley,
Kanoa Valley and Kaimuki.
FOR RENT '
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $00.
REAL ESTATE. TRANSACTIONS.
entered " "scord, february 21, 1910,
frsr . , a. m. to 4:30 p, m.
Y. okiii t Jlaa Sugar Co .Ltd.. C M
T. AragaM vt al to Olaa Su?ar Co.
Ud .....C M
Daulel Kinl ct al to Olaa Sui'ar Co.
Ltd C M
Daniel Kinl ct al to Olaa Sugar Co.
J. Kobnyashl to Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd.
T. Nomura Ct nl to Olaa Sugar Co.
Ltd C M
Kim Pong Ing to Olaa Sugar Co.
Annlo E. Mptt-Smlth to Lily N. Hecn.D
uaiiK oi iinwau i.ui to i. Ainisuuiu-
to '. .........'..-.AM
Kaymnnd Itoyes pnd wf by Mtgce to
,K. Matsumdto i...Forc Entry
Kahuln loola (w) to John L. Paoo ct
Abraham Fernandez and wf ct al to
Fritz Dcsccko D and Par Ilcl
Mariano do Mcllo Jr and wf ct als to
Maria C. Pachnco D
S. W. Kamohonlll to Edward II. F.-
Entered for Record February 23, 1910,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
P, C. IJoamcr to Mrs. Amelia Naka-
Henry' Itcn and wt to Exors of -Est
of.C. E. Richardson ...'. M
Antono Rodrlguos to von Ilnnim-
Young Co. Ltd CM
Hawaiian Trust Co. Ltd to Theresa
Est of Ida Schooler by Exor'to The
resa Thocno D
Theresa Thoene and hsb to Henry
Waterhouso Tr Co. Ltd.. Tr M
Don't, forgot that Now Year's res
olutions nro good every day In the
FIGHT ON CANNON
New England Representatives Assert
That the Speaker Must Go
Congress Wants to Oo Home.
WASHINOTON, Jan. 2C Deadly
dull starts tho Halilngcr .nves'tlgntlun'.
Tho Incident that wrapped tho capital,
ltka flamo thrco weeks ngn has sim
mered to a spark. ,
Interpreted by tho. letter nnd spirit
of tho first day theru.'Is neither any
particular zru' '" prosecution nor any
csprclnl apprehension In defense Pin
chot has been lionized by his friends,
applauded by two national conven
tions, flattered liy tho appointment of
his illsclplo to succeed him nnd nbund
antly s'llvejf'ns to" his awn wounds by
Iho prnsljltncy of tho National Con
Everbody Is glad of theso things,
but everybody thinks thoy nro enough
to satisfy any man nnd any mans
And for tho rest. Congress will bo
fllad to bo through, with tho Halllnger
investigation, becauso Congress Is ijcr
vadlugly nnx(ou3 to go home.
Tho picture of personal Interest nnd
of almost drnmnttc pathos In Con
gress Is that of old Joo Cannon, fight
ing (tenant, yet hcpolcss against his
lu'cvltablo fate. Today Fowler of Now
Jersey, a Republican of tho S ;aker's
own householddf faith Introduced u.
bill to reorganlzo tho Commlttco an
Kulcs by leaving off tho Speaker, en
tirely, adding' four Republicans nnd
ono Democrat- Instead ot two Demo
crat b and two Republicans with the
Speaker, as, It Is, turn'. This would
make lt'cunelst'bt'Eix members ot the
domtnnnt party to three of tho mi
nority, apparently, hut It would bo at
least tho rulo of an elected majority
against tho patent atilocrujja rulo ot
a Czar. Fowler Is not popular, and
his bill will liardly iri3H, but some
similar bill of tho r.nir.u p-'.rpozo w:il
undoubtedly go through t,t an .early
Tho on Incxorablo requirement of
any bill will bo to eliminate Joo Can
non and "Joo Cannoulcm" from tho
futuro ot tho IIoueo of Represents-j
lives. 1 no uomunn is universal, i.vcn
frfMty I tirt rXTnitr 1nclnrir1 nittino nnmna
'. . : l. ..'..!" .
1110 worn to iow Kiignnd rcpreBojua
lives bat If Cannon should bo perpet
uated they will eurcly bo nllmlnatcd
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URGES STUDENT8 TO
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Febru
ary 5. riccauso of tho fact that sev
eral student organizations havo set
Sunday morning as a data upon which
to havo pictures taken for tho Quad,
tho yqar book that Is published by the
Junior class of tho university, a storm
of protest hns been raised by various
members of tho faculty. Hov. D. C.
Oardneri chaplain of tho college In a
communication to tho university dally,
attributes tho oxlsttng small number
of, churchgoers in tho student body
to tho spirit of' materialism that ex-
lets among tho students.
Hov. Gardner deplores tho fact that
Sunday Is not observed to a greater
extent by ptudents. In his protest Dr.
Gardnor expresses himself In part as
follows: "I plead with Stanford men
to throw off tho habit ot Sunday study.
I' dread tho materialism that hangs
lfkc,n blight over many n student's
Professor A. T. Murray, head of tho
Latin ahd Greek departments, also
crltlclsou tho action ot tho student or
ganizations upon tho ground that thoy
havo interfered with tho personal right
of tho Individual hudcntH to attend
Sunday bcrvlco If they bo wished.
New arrivals of many
pretty exclusive patterns.
' Styles that have distinctive
"The SUNBURST TEE," a
pretty open work design,
made of Dull Kid, handsome
ly jet-bended, on a dainty
high-arched last. ,
Our Price, $4.50
Others in Patent Kid-Ooze.
Calf and fine Glace Kid.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Streets J u R-S. i. !
The name that stands for good framing.
Prints, French Mirrors,
Fort Street near Hotel Street " V