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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
tin the Territory of Hawaii.
T I Editorial Rooms,
2 eit) Business Office,
People seem not to see that their
opinion of the world is also a con
fession of character. Emerson.
Not tlio least of Hawaii's blessings,
this seaton la rain at tha tlmo and
Iilaca must needed.
George I'.ilrclilM has written n
p-conimtinlciitloii to tlio morning paper
mi Russians. Ho says In effect tliut
It reminds lit m of old times.
Whether Clifford I'lnchot got his
Information first-hand or not Is be
ing featured in tlio news stories
with nit obvious purpose. What the
people want tu know is whether Glf
ford I'lncliofs charges aro support
ed by fads.
If tlicro Is n disgruntled Russian
nnywhero in the Territory, you can
lmnk on tlio representative of the
morning paper searching him out,
wlillo falling to flntV. the good nuni-,
bcr of families well content nnd en
t Joying their work. ,
What the Russians need Is tlio
truth told them by mon of their
own nationality who came here to
work nnd have established them-
- selves in comfortablo homes. There
nro black sheep in every flock, nnd
they always show up first.
rhilndclphln Is being brought to
, n condition where n tight must bo
mndo against government by the
mob, but in tho last analysis a pow-
crful clement exists among the
v American peoplo that approves the
contention of the laboring man and
hag mighty little sympathy with the
2 methods of tho corporations.
i No saloons and sixty "blind nigs"
a? Is reported as satisfying thp temper
ance views of Kaua: county citi
zens. Without noting the fact that
thero aro on Kauai ninety-four hold
ers of Federal liquor licenses and
only eight Territorial licenses, It Is
nt once apparent that the practical
result of Kauai's method of dealing
Z with tho liquor traffic is an Increase
In tho number of low dives.
Alexander Young Is one of the
men who has niado his fortune In
llniL'nll mill I ma fni Mil lirniVt nnd
- w itl uiiu una iuuiiu 1'iuiiv linu
pleasure In reinvestment for tho fur
thor progress of this city nnd Ter
ritory, He's tho kind of man all
loyal residents of Honolulu should
OCilelight to honor, nnd on this fiftieth
anniversary of his marriago it is
propor to rocnll that about nlnety
nlno per cent, of any man's value to
tho community and tho world in
general Is due to the Influence of bis
A Mr. Brown reached homo earlier
than usual nnd found n note which his
wlfo had left on tho table. lie picked
It up carelessly, but as ho reud his
fnco blunched, and grabbing his coat
and hat ho rushed to tho nearest hos
pital. Hurrying to a nurso, he said:
'I want to seo Mrs-Brown, my Wife,
boforo bho Is placed under chloro
form." 'But thero Is no Mrs, Brown here,"
tho nurso ropllcd.
'No -Mrs. Brown horo! Whero cun
Bho havo gono?" ho gasped, "Hero
is n note slto loft for mo.
1 Tito nurse rend: "Dear Husband
S&l havo gono to havo my kimono cut
fA good story Is told of a ladles' aid
society, whoso members werorcach to
Jkearn a dollar .for tho church, and nt
?tho next meeting thoy wore each to
SJtall how they earned It.
& Ono lady simply said that hor hus-
baud gavo tt to her. "nut," .another
f5mo oxclalmed: "That's not earning
Sit." Tho lady replied: "You don't
know my husbalid "
WB Ho was Jint 3 ycats old, iunf'lio llvod
Swllh his father and mother In 'the
ypropeiest Buburb of Chicago. Most ot
Jitlio Inhabitants, whoso chief happl-
llicbtt consisted lit going to church.
looked with suspicion upon tho set to
.which tho IIuutciH belonged, whoso
I Sla Mniilas 0 ,Ho
Fr Ytar, aurwhciein U.S I.uo
Pet Year anyivherf n Canada,. I.Ro
Per Year sttalJ, foreign. .. 3.oo
Entered at the Poatoffice at Honolulu
u aecond-claia matter.
MARCH 7, 1910
THE CONSPIRACY DECISION
Technicalities of law are little
understood by the (uyman, nnd ho
has no tlmo to study them out.
Just whnt virtues of legal techni
cality thero may be in tho decision
of the Supreme Court confirming tho
sentence of the Japanese higher
wage conspirators, the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
will not attempt to pass upon.
As to tho full Justice coutalncd In
the conclusion of the court, not tho
slightest doubt exists. The nets of
the convicted men Indicated that
they wore banded together to not
only control an Industry, but to visit
physical violence on persons who
might opposo them or refuse to do
their bidding, Such n condition as
they sought to create could not pre
vail In an enlightened community.
Their program was nn assault upon,
the law of this country and a bold
attempt to abridge 'tho freedom of
residents whom our' authorities aro
bound to protect.
This decision should convince
people who plan to 'control 'labor
situations by force tnat.government
by Intimidation nnd .assassination
enn not prevail In 'this 'country or
In these 'Islands, though it may for
a time look promising nnd tho ordi
nary methods of juBtlco, appear to
be incompetent to deal with situa
tions created by persons defying tho
lrw and the authorities.
Law 'may delay, but Justice al
ways wins In the long run. ,
One must confess to a feeling of
deep regret that our fellow citizens
Of tbejniainland have alhablt of'bo
comlng so wrapped up In their own
private ntfalrs of gaining dollars as
to make It necessary to raise a war
cry for no other reason than to
nrouso thorn to a eenso of their pub-'
lie duty; In many lines of national
The 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n does not regard
the remarks of Jacob Schlff on the
possibilities of war with Japan-as
anything more Berlous than the Jolt
deemed necessary' Just at tho present
AveroBo Americans-are letting the
possibilities of futuro greatness In
tho Pacific slip away from them.
They are all so busy In their inland
towns and along tho Atlantic and
Gulf coasts that they don't know
much about tho Pacific and don't
know as they want to know. They
are readyto let the other fellow look
nfter It, anyway, and are quick to
forget their own responsibilities. So
someone has to Jar them, and one
could not 'lmaglno a man better ca
pable of doing this effectively tnau
Jacob Schlff In tho roloof a Jingo.
Wo hope that the peoplo will re
spond to the alarm sounded by Mr.
Schlff. We hope they 'will support
or force Congress to vote the money
members delighted In card playing,
dancing and having a general good
Ono day Mr. Hunter proposed that
little Silas bo taken to Sunday school.
"Well then, you tako him," said' Mrs
Hunter With a shrug of tho shoulders.
"Mrs. Snow is tho superintendent of,
tho Infant class, and speaks to ,me
with such a superior air when I 'meet'
hor that I avoid her as much as'pos-
So tho following Sunday, Silas,
dressed In his best, was taken to Sun
day school by his proud father, 'Mrs.'
Snow welcomed them with a pleased
but surprised Bmllo, and 'wont right on
with 'tho lesson. "Now," sho said, "l'
draw a heart on tho blackboard. And
hero Is another. Can any llttlo child'
tell mo what thoso hearts stand for?
Not a child stirred.
"Doesn't any ono know what that
picture 'moans?" pursued tho teacher.
Sllns moved uneasily,
"If you know raise your hands,"
and up shot Silas' hand.
"Now thoro Is tSllas 'Hunter," said
Mrs. Snow, "tho only now child In tlio
room, and yet'tho only ono who knows:
anything about tho lesson. Silas, dear,
stand up on tins desK-and tell us witat
(his ptctuto stands for. Say It loud,
And hllo Wr, Hunter Btood, tho pie
turo of parental pride, Sllns tdioutcd
out, "It's tho two thpot of hearts!"
for such n navy ns wc must havo It
we nro to hold our position on tho.
wnterg of tho world nnd control tho
Panama Canal after having gono to
till the oxponso of building It. Wo
hope they will 'also drive Congress
to pass laws that Will glvo our coun
try tho merchant marine It must
have If It Is to mako tho slightest
pretotico of holding its position -In
tho commerce of the Pacific.)
In fact, we sincerely hope thnt
Jacob Schlff will be entirely .suc
cessful In what wo Judge he is driv
Hut we can not rcfnrln front ex
pressing regret thnt about onco lit so
often the situation rails Tor soma
flash In the pat! like that bf Shaw's
and of Schlff's, which sets soma of .
tho Honolulu knees shaking nnd
ioino of the spines shivering, nnd
furnishes mnterlnl for the cheerful
Idiots to run about town wondering
what will happen to Hawaii.
It ought not to be necessary to
remind people who havo resided In
the Islands more than five years, or
possibly less, that nbout onco in
three months "something awful"
threatens, some It.dellnlto calamity
that Is guaranteed to put everyono
out of business, ruin tha industries
and start that grass growing In the
streets of which tho lato Claus
Sprockets talked. Yet each threo
months business hns been better than
tho previous threo months; prosper
ity never enmo In larger bunches,
nnd the future has never been
Hmnrlnnfa lino urnvml thnt thnsn
frlEhtened bv tho war talk will do I
well to run nnd hide. Their advlco
Is not needed, nnd there Is nbout as
much danger bf war as thero Is that
Punchbowl will break out and give
the city n 'free show in the back
Tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n has bean re
quested to call tho attention of the
authorities to tho largo number of
flshormon who nssemblo each day at
tho outfall of tho city sower. Thla
suggestion was mado previous to tho
nrrival of a ship with cholera cases
on board. As the ship must remain
in quarantine within a comporn
tlvcly short distance from the sewer
outfall, It would seem very proper
for tho authorities to draw a line
about a wlje area off the harbor
within which no fish may be taken.
It Is very obvious that the morn
ing paper wants the 'Russian Immi
gration difficulties settled by, some
one other than those now assoclnted
with the work. ' This attitude is
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Real Estate for Sale
,;Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with .two-bedroom 'house,, stable, Mr-
vents' .quarters,ietc.,AlUnKOod' con-
fdition,,k0n the tar line. sPrice $4760.
'Story'an'd a half house.-mbdenrin
'everyparticular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for -an investment. Price S3250.
Acreage property' in Palolo 'Valley,
'Manoa Talley and Kaimuki.
r -TOR TtENT
Five-bedroom house, on Thurston
avenue. Price '$60.
Fort and Merchant StreetslGi
Live in College Hills
These lots are large; 100x150 feet
or'larfrer. Prices vary from about 3
cents' a square foot to8 cents per
square foot, or a trifle more. Build
inc restrictions assure purchasers of
Rood neighbors. Many of the streets
are already 'curbed- water, jjas-and
electric lights arc right at hand;1 ab
solutely no pioneering.
11 lot, curbed, on car-line,
100x150; water at sidewalk, gas,
tjf. fine valley view. .Price $1200.
21 lot, 100x266; beautiful view
of mountains and valley .Price
31 lot, 12,500 sq. ft. $640.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two-bedroom house near Emma
Square. Ga, electricity,-and mod
era plumbing. Completely furnish'
RENT '$25 MONTH
Four-bedroom house on Kewalo
street. Modern and very well fur
nished. Ready for occupancy the
15th. BENT $55 MONTH
I Unfurnished house on Beretania
street. Large 'and pretty grounds,
.servants' quarters and garage.
RENT $40 MONTH
Bishop Trust Company.
WITH NO FAVOR
Portland "Educators Do Not Agree
Sexes Are Benefited By
Portland Telegram, Feb. 10: Local
cductttors do not agrao with Job Wood,
statistician, of Public Educations Cal
Ifomla.kwho Is strong for sex segrega'
tlon In high .schools and who was
quoted recently as advancing tho arguJ
ment that tho co-educatlonal method
Induced many boys to leavo school be
causo their work was not given 'the
same credits as that of tho girls, .who
wcro naturally neater and mado a bet
ter showing with tho teachers.
"Put boys by themselves," ho Is cred
ited with saying, "and thoy will work
to oxcol their,,, classmates. In that
way j on will tiring out what Is In
Assistant City Superintendent D. A.
Orout said that horo In Portland thero
had been no blrcumstanco or set of
circumstances (hat would seem to urgo
such a radical step,
"It Is true." said bo, "that thero IS
such segregation In England, on tho
continent -and In somo of our largo
cities In tho East, notably New York
land Boston, but I am Inclined 'to think
that It has been 'deemed necessary be-'
causo of tho great slto of tho schools;
Thoy becomo unwlcldywhcn too largo,
and of courso such careful supervision
' t r
i t, i
The way to communicate instant
ly. Office open i Sunday mornings
from -eight until ten.
as wo glvo hero In Portland, and &s Is
wiso and necessary to, glvo. Is difficult
tu maintain. .
"1'crconully I believe In co-education.
It Is the natural method. Wo havo
tho mother and 'father In tho home.
Ihe men and women out in tho world.
and why not boys and girls In tho
fcliool? The board carries out tho idea
still further and alms to havo an
equalization of men and women teach
ers In tho high schools, so far1 as It
Is possible. It Is thought wiso to have
tho boys come under tho In'fluenco of
tho women teachers and tha girls to
meet with tho dlsclpllno of tho men
Mrs. Charles E. Sltton, tho only
woman member of the BChool, board, -1b
also an advocate of co-education and
thouglit tho argument advanced by tho
California statistician a weak one.
"Boys, particularly at tho high
rchool age," she Bald, "aro ofton awk
ward, diffident and careless In their
personal appearance and habits, but
thnt very fact 'Is an -argument
for co-cducallon. Segregating ,them
would not trnd to 'do away with
llfSdcnco nor Incrcaso their ease of
manner. On tho contrary, It would
mako them even more self-conscious,
when 'they 'are finally thrown into tho
society of women."
Principal T.'T. Davis ot tho Lincoln
High School said ho believed tho boys
needed tho refining Influence of tho
girls nnd thai so 'far as his obeerva
tlonihad etui l him 'the co-education-nl
system vrhun properly managed,
wad the Ideal one. Miss Barnes, who
has been an Instructor In mathematics
for 16 yoirs, said:
"I havo for. years made a study of
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H. F. Wichman
$ Co..: Ltd.,
The best Developing -and Pointing ;in lie
Territory. Why? Because -every -or-den-gets
individual attention, .which is the 'formula for'
RAIN REPORTS ARE
GOOD FOR STOCK
Hutchinson and McBryde
Are Among Favored
ltnln wlicro It'ls needed matte wcti
come news for tho dcnlors In 'sugar
securities thin morning.
J. P. Cooko and -John Waterhoiue
rcturnod Sunday from n trip to 'Mc
Bryde. HMn Is reported In tho higher
levels of that plantation and the res
crVolrs aro In good 'condition. '
'A wireless telegram from Nnalchu
also reported thnt (wo inches of rain'
liaB fallen nt HUtchlnnon plantation,
which Is mighty good r.ows for the
holders of that stock. ,
'In'the market gonorally thoro was a
very lively' demand for stocks nnd
good business On tho board, particu
larly for a Monday morning when
trado is usually tho quietest. Ono of
tho features of tho day 'Was- tho nc
tlvo bidding ror Olaa. Buyers nro
looking for this stock In good sized
blocks but they are not bidding up,
rapidly, evidently hoping to get bold
of somo of tho stock that was bought
In at Jour and flvo dollars, earlier In
the season. Many of theso buyers or
ders are from men on the ground. The,
oports from tho plantation aro that lt!rt
was never In bolter condition and tho
Although this stocki closed this mom.
Ing nt-7 bid nnd 7,125 askw. Hid mar-
ket Is rctiorted to have been Uracil
rally cleaned up of all tho Bovcn-and-eighth
Other than'Olan, Paauhau led 'in the
number of shares handled. Six hun
dred shares sold oh tho exchnngo to
day nt' prices ranging from 30,'l2S to
30.25 and tho stock Is reported as held
nt 30.G0. ,
Onomca sagged to 53.7S after havi
Ing sold at '54 for many weeks. Ha
wnllnn Commercial Is still strong at
'41.50 and reached 41.C25 on tho board'
today. Bids for Walalua have advanc
ed to 13C with no stock coming out.
McBrydo sold today at 7.26 and that
prlco is 'bid for it under tho Influ
ence of tho good water reports front.
ura I'iuijuiij. i
Some largo bond dealing was done!
between boards "$80,000 of Hawaiian
Irrigation Cs selling at 102. Hllo Rail
way 6s' also' sold nt'101 on tho board'
and $2,000 Olaa 6s went at 94,75,
SHERIFF tE'Ert'ES !
P H H HO HESS
Sheriff Jarrett received a wireless
from tho Korea this morning and It
read ns follows: "Arrange forgunrl
for prisoner wlillo in Honolulu." The
thn mipntlnn nliRprvlnir vnrv rlnitnlv
tho trend of thp masculine and fern-
lnlno mind which popular opinion, or
tradition, -has separated. I havo con
cluded it is a falso separation. The
girls in my classes havo just as keen
minds as "tho hoys and rank evenly,
with thorn. They even scoro one ahead
'of tho boys, In that the boys wlllhavo
their athletics, whether they get 'their1
lessons or not, while tho girls aro
more conscientious about studying. 'I
havo watched them for years grouped
together in 'the 'classroom and. whllo I
am quite aware that thoy are conscious
that thoy are boys and girls while out
ot school when they meet socially, I
think that that Is entirely Obliterated
when they get together as students)
They are simply iall 'working toward
tho same end and forget that thero '1b
puch a thing as sex. I think girls should
havo.overy posslblo advantage of 'Con
tact with boys for the breadth of
mind, tho domocracy it gives them, and j
I certainly bellevo that tho boys aro
Improved, it in nothing mora than tho I
small courtesies, by dally contact wall j
fnatrM(.tm-rhnmri(inn nf tha TTWf,Mah
department, said ho belloved In co-
education from ;tho girls' standpoint,
but not from tho boy's.
"In a mixed class of iboys'and girls,")
no saiu, a icacnor, say oi ungnsn, is
conscious ot having really 'to teach
two classes, for tho attitude of mind.
ot tlfoiboy and tho. girl Is so different..-
Tho girl has tho cultured and artistic,
temperament and you have to make an,
entirely different appeal to secure 'thq.
boy's Interest In the Bamo, study."
message was signed. i'Viney" and the
Sheriff thinks that the sender Is a
United States Marshal Wio is taking
somo prisoner back to tho Coasts
Deputy Itoso and two officers have
l-een instructed to meet, the Korea.
nnd to net as tho sender of 'the w'lro-
Icss desires. Vlncy probably wants
to hand his prisoner oor while ha Is
in port so that ho will be free from
responsibility for n wlilte.
Other siirmlsos are" that some one
of tho passengers has committed a
crime, and that tho capture Wishes to
hand him or her. over to tho)author1
tics. MAY -MEAN CONFLICT
, , BET5EEN,U A, LAWS
" , :Jl l
, '(Continued from Page.l)
Incident 'to tho orflerof (deportation
directed Against' the Japanese.
By-n'declslon that was handed down
litis morning by United Statts Judge
Dole It is believed that thoro wilt bo
a conflict between tho Interpretation
placed by the courts upon the'exlstlng
laws governing deportation and immi
gration and the United States, statute
passed at 'the present session, of Con
gress and directed against the so-called
white slave traffic." '
Judgo Dole's decision was b.Bed
upon n petition for a writ of habeas
x ' MFpR PHEpDENT
NEW YOMC, ""Feb. 10. -f Mayor
Gaynor Is 'likely' Presidential tim
ber In the eyes of some Missouri
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, Sprlngflcl(,( M on A 10 th.
-,,, .,.' ,.... .T,.?.l '
,inf m. "thrlt' ' i. tonu. ,Wi
Missouri as the national leader of
Democracy for 191(2.
'lt u suggested .thateienia aflrH
aak .tho1 .Honolulu ibr oix. IMtrt
streot,f this city, what report h tt
getting. frvm the patiioti wko hava
used the ''oil of wlntergrb Udtald
oompound.'D. D. 'D., ProscripUoo.
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LAIRD SCH0BER 4,C0. '
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Suede Oxgonds and Pumpf.
Russia Calf ( and 'Brown
Vici Kid,, RibbonTies land
'Tumps j eWi'tTBht
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Sale Price, -65
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