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EVENING nULl.ETIN, HONOLULU T II, SATt'MJAY, Arn. 23. 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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"In the next place, the Rood man)
should be both a strong and a brave
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fiBht he .hould be able to serve his
country as a soldier if the need
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arisen mere arc wcu-racnning pm- sllo ot lho i, bulldlns clearly
losophers who dec aim against the dcmoMlril,ei lhBt lll0 Governor, ot
unrighteousness of war. They are .,, Tcrrll0 llIld Ulc superintend
right only if they lay all their cm.0Ill , ,, M Work8 aro ,,,,, thcII1.
phasis upon the unrighteousness,, wl , dret , Jemaujs
War s a dreadful th ng and unjust, whel, , t tliem8elve8 er80nay
war is a crime against humanity. or onlcaI on tho Blde ot a cnang((
But it is such a crime because it is la lh B0 or couulcnanco Eucn
unjust, not because it is war. The a irop(wUlon
choice must ever be in favor of right., wl)lle u , truc that tl3 , not
eousness, and this whether the alter, cx onn, (oc a omcla, f UloTor.
native peace or whether tho alterna- tt f Iawa , unJustUial)In ..
tive be war. The question must not ., of lhcse offlcerg ovldent
be merely, Is there to be. peace or continued ounosltlon on their nart
war I The quesicn must-bJs-the,,,,.,,,,. noth, bui j., , ,he con.
nghUo prevail! Are the tfctan 8tructlon ot tho building. Since the
of nghteoiisncss onto more to bfcfll- a,B(:i0,ures ot ttfesinst few das, wo
AllArf ? Ami Inn nnwiflT'fTnTil a f jwin ,m . . - l " .. . . ...
ot ngnieoiisncss onto more 10 D.gi.
filled! And the nnrmerfcom as tWg
and virile people rmutsbe 'Yes,'
v whatever the cost."i Thcottoro-
Roosevelt. -. . U;hcr personal or ofllclal opinions
t-m. i ik. t ni iint..T;.l-wlll not bo allowed to defeat tho
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luitil hi -c autuiv vmwiuk.
Anderfcon Grnco haaj.jirojcili'ljrit
the Island or Onhu Is 4.f:iS'ly4iil
place for a murderer to hide
Croakers never did axt?Wlng for
the, upbuilding inf'a ci'tyor" pro
motion of tho general welfare.
Should tho next Congressional
election' be .won by tho Republican
HearBt,woud claim that "Me, and
Money, after all. Is not every
thing. Mark Twain's rrpututlriUjWi
a millionaire will hardly'last YhVough
a generation, Hi'.'ili, H
Ttoosevclt was talking-J-oer
heads of his Paris audience to the
. great body of his fellow countryinc;i
across the sen. ' "
Demderac) believes In Vta'rilt' for
rcvenuo so there Is no occasion for
the most enthusiastic Democrat to at
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tack the tariff on sugar,
Predictions of a strike may be
traced to the same old Bource,4bat lends himself to such a program falls
,cHti never prove such a comple'to alibi to understand his duty, besldoj sur
as Maklno, Nogoro and Tusaka have Tendering a high Ideal for u mess ot
Suspension of a law for the pur
pose ot Increasing business for n for
eign steamship docs not nppeal to
the United States Congress. And why
Our Prohibition friends have un
dertaken the task of palming off on I
the people something thaU Is not
wanted, and they seem to pin their
sole. hope on Woolley us prcstlgitator
to Japanese on strlko did themselves
and their couutrymen in business
'.;i here great damage financially and
l'fqtherwlso. Thoy should be too
bright a people to kick themselves
Here's hoping that Honolulu will
k make as much out of the Atlantic
City traveling public as Atlantic
City Is sure to make from the liberal
il . ilAtrnla.. Tlnnnlnln nHsqnlA.I fKt
.1 V1IUTQIB 11UU1 IH'III'IUIU HIS I Ut.l'vU "i
fthe Hawaiian booth.
Should increased taxation through
advance of the water rates securo
the sanction oven of the Governor,
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ft vkunk Will UUI WUIIUbD uiu uwuua
&M ot homes.. Taxation by executive of-
, flclals'has gone far enough.
" r fXli'the party men are tryln'g to
forget their party allegiance while
the Prohibition campaign lb on, but
V there'll be no forgetting tho Prohi
bition alliances when, the party cam
v .palgn of the Full Is in full swing.
" If It were truo that the Nlppu JIJI
is)tpromoUng a strlko among the
Japanese, Us old friend the morn
ing paper that furnished aid 'and
cpmfojt during the Inst groat mis,
t'aVt' might well bo expected to be
ound;lii,pu the deal.
t'cr Sti Mmitni.
Ter Yttt, nrhieinUS .. .
Pel Year tnynhere n Ctnadi.
Per Yeki: poitpald, toteiKD.....
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butt-red at ilit Puvtofhcc at Honolulu
.APRIL 23, 1010
FEDERAL BUILDING SITE
canvass of Honolulu business mn
h IluMetlll ,n COancctl9n
, h SUEg-Bt-(l c,mnso of ,-
aisclosurcs of thV-iaSt
&Ua6 tn ,; jjjihe.
.Ibe8 of tllC QltUcnS Of HolHllUlU
ihowetcr, and ought not to bo allow-
,V( IU ItUIIU L1IV II Mi l U
on tho build-
'Khmilil tlier lid nnv mmn In
Lliango the redcrnl building site, tho'
pcopje of thlSjClty iwlll go to courts
and to' Congress, should such radical
steps be necessary for bringing to
naught secretly-devised schemes foV
defeating the pnpulut will.
If ,the Governor nnd the Superin
tendent of . Public Works want to
Mork-onf some of their surplus ener
gies in gaining wnai iney inuiK is a
great civic lctory for the city of
Honolulu, the thing for them to do Is
Liu .get out of ollke anil throw them-
en into the scrimmage created by
.their, bobbles to their heart's con
tent. Hut to use their official posi
tion. If; lo Nu upon this city some
thing lhati Is not wanted, Is a misuse
ofthelr-,poslt,op. If not n betrnjal of
ihu commence placed in mem as ser-
l.vantH nf thn tiHOnle
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that applies to iipcratftinii cuuducteil
lu 'pilviile rapadiles.
Cfjunke ff the public building site
Is a vlohitiiln ot good faith, and any
public, ofll tut who in auy capacity
Some people In Honolulu1 are never
happy unless they can predict n fu
ture with business depressed and
prosperity on tho wane. Their croak'
! lugs bene as reminders that every
new j ear lu Honolulu has been bet
ter than the lust.
Plantation stores selling necessi
ties of llfo ut cost will eventually
drive tho Independent trader out ot
buslines. A moro equitable systopi
would be a cooperative s) stem under
which the deserving laboror shares
in tho store profits.
After Hoarst left his conrerenco
with the President he talked for Taft
and against Roosevelt. Dryau hasn't
opeued his mouth since his seance In
the Presidential chambers. Are we
to presume that Bryan stays with
Roosovelt when It comei tn a Bhow
down? ROOSEVELT'S MASTERPIECE
Theodoro Roosevelt has addressed
millions ot citizens today on the
lr.nl. I'rHI I Bneh l lh n 1TA,.i.liltA '
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-TI.A A...IIAHA.. HA ll.l.-.J ,n Vtt'
uiu ituuiuiiiu luai uaicucu lu ma
spoken words In, Paris constitute n
mere handful compared with tho
numbers In every part of the Eng-.
iioii-rcuuiu vYuim una miliums un
thoEuropcan continent that his
ringing sentences reached through
Advanco copies of tho Roosevelt
address were mailed to every mem
ber ot tho Associated Press and prob
ably every other press association of
any Importance throughout tho1
wm la III limn til innliln thn tinwnn.1-V
pars to publish tho principal fea
tures of his remarks on tho samu day
that he spoke to tho Purls audience.
Some may call this Roosevelt ad
vertising, but when they i read tho
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address and appreciate how true the
Hoosevell idea rings to the needs ot 1
the hour In Krnnce, In our own coun
try and In every lountry where self
government exists, they should gle
thanks that modem enterprise puts
this document before the Intelligent
pub.lc at a time when the wldiv
spiead Interest In the speaker us
sures careful reading!
The tetni "Hoosevelt Idea" Is hard
ly correct. The tiuths expounded
i Mr, Hoosevell are the plain, old
fashioned American Metis. They
are Hbuseeltlhn onl) In so far as he
has made himself n powerful spol.es
mail nnd ndtniite agent for expound
ing cWlc truths nnd bringing the
thoughts ot the people back from
wandering after false Idenls.
A J car's rest and the time taken
for careful preparation hao allowed
Kooeocll to ireate u umstei piece on
citizenship that will live through the
century. He has said nothing es
pecially new. Ho lias not evolved
h,' new solution for tho grrnt prob
lems of setf-goernmcnt and good
government. Hu Is preaching tho
came doctllne that furnished tho
text fur his notable speeches madoj
dining his I'lesldcntlnl tours.
Ao a matter of fact, tho power-1
ful part of this address, nsldo from
what is gained from Mulshed prep-,
nrntlon, U tho lojnlty to llrst prlncl-.
pics with which It teems.
Here Is a nun who has been hon
ored bj his own countrymen, (latter-1
cd by foreign potentates, nnd sur-
rounded with all the 'blandishments
that humanity can think of: ho
knows the difficulties, he knowirtho
faults; he is acquainted with alt tho
freak theories tor correcting evils. .
Hut after allMiao been said and done,
he finds no other ptnacea for tho
correction of dUc error' than Is to
be 'found In the average citizen do
ing his plain duty.
How can jmi wonder that the
plain American peoplo "go wild'
CITIZENSHIP HIS THEME.
("Continued from Pace 1.)
Ilfo lar gteater than conies to tho
majority of your follows. To ou
and jour kind much has been given,
and from ou much should bo ex
pected. "it Is not tho critic who counts;
net the man who lolnts out huw
the strring ninn stumbles, or where
the doer ot deeds could hnvo dono
them better. Tho credit belongs to
the man who Is tictunlh- In the arena.
whose face Is marled by dust nndj
sweat nnd Mood; who strives vnlt-j
alitly' who errs, and conies shoitl
again nnd again, because there is no
effort without error ami flwtcom-
lug; but who dot's uctuilly stil;e to
do the deeds; Who knows the great
enthusiasm, tho gieat devotions; who
spends himself In a worthy cause;
who ut the best knows lu the end
the trlumphvf high achievement,
mill who nt, th) worst, If ho fnlls, at
least rails Willi u.iiiug greatly, so
that hli place shall l.ever be with
those cold and timid souls who know
neither victory nor defeat. Shame
nn the man ol cultivated taste who
penults refinement to develop tit n
fastidiousness Hint unfits him for do
ing the lougli work of a workaday
world. Among tho free peoples who
govern 'themselves there Ik but n
small field of usefulness open for the
men of clolstoied Ufo who shrink
from contact with their fellows.
Still less room Is there for thoso-who
dcrldo or slight what Is done by
those who actually bear the brunt of
the day; nor et for those others
who ahvajs profess that thoy would
llko to take action. If only the con
ditions of llfo, were not what they
MAN.OA VALLEY Hew three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation v ,.., $1000
MANOA VALLEY Two story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
em, grounds well improved ....i $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites $050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
' , $3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished r to lease
for a term of years, Good, opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for neriods of four to six
months. Rentals ,.$C0 to $100 per month
Xrent Trust Co.. Iitd.
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
THREE FINE LOTS
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PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
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"I pa Jill linmnRd to'lntellccl, nnd
to elaborate nnd specialized training
of the Intellect, and jet I know I
shall havp tho arscnt ot all ot ou
present when 1 add that moie Im
portant stjll mo tno commonplace,
evcry-duy minlltles and virtue.
such qrumary. everj-uny nuan
Ilea Includu the will and tho power
to work, tonight ut need, and to have
plenty of healthy children. There
are ii few1 people In every country
to born that they din lead lives or
'ulsiiie. There lilt a useful function
If they nuke It evident that leisure
does not mean Idleness. Hut the av
erage man must enrn his own liveli
hood. He should be trained to do
so, nnd he should be trained to feel
that he hcmples n contemptible po
sition If ho does not do so; that lu)
Is not an object ut envj If ho Is Idle,
at whichever ond of tho social scale v.i The Miestlon must not be mere
i,. A,nau 1...1 nn Ai.i-t nf -.mt-'niiit. ly. Is tlierrt to ho pe.nt e or war? The
an objut of derision.
"In the next place, the good man
should be both n strong and a brave
man; that Is, ho bhould be able to
fight, he should be able to serve his
inuiitry us n'boldler If the need nrls
. There nra well-meaning philoso
phies who declaim against tho un
ilehteousncss of war. They nro light
only If they lay all trietr emphasis
upon the unrlghteoubucssN War Is a
dreudtul thing, and unjust war Is a
crime against humanity. Hut It U
such a crime because it Is unjust, not
because It Is war, Tho choice must
ever bo In favor of righteousness.
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Lot 60x130; well
kept. House has 0-
roomsj 2 bed- ,,l'
rooms. l 'V '
Plumbing modern. --"- .
Electric light, gas, ,,,.
Etc. - '
I will help your business. Office
open Sundays from 8 to 10 in the
WICHMAN & CO.'make n,
specialty of fine copper plate
and die work. , " ,
Orders for Wedding and
Reception Invitations may
safely be left with Wichman
& Co., with the assurance
that tho order will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd,
and this whether tho alternative bo
pearc or whether the alternative be
question must be- Is there are right
'' Piv? Are the great laws of
Diirinj; business hours a Ladies'
room has been opened for our clients
and wc cou'!ally invite them to
make use of the facilities provided,
such'na desks, writing material, tele
This room wc trust will be usrd
by ladies visiting the city on bust
rcss or pleasure ns a place where
they may rest, or meet their acquain
tances and transact business of vari
ous kinds, We will endeavor to as
sist them in any way should they so
Bishop Trust Co.,:
fjf U JlvJlCxJ JL ftd JjtcL9
righteousness once more to be ful
IllliC? And the answer Iioni n strong
and virile people must be, 'Yes,
whatever the cost.
"Hnaliy, en moro Important
than ablllt) lo work, even more Im
portant than ublllly to tight nl need,
Is It to remember Hint the chief of
blessings fur any nation Is that It
shnfi lcte Its seed to Inherit th
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land. It was the crown of blessings best test ot hm i ......v, . .
lu lllbllcaii times; mid It Is thoerownlnni .ountrj is the way in whlrti
of blessings uuw. Tho greatest of minorities tr(,nlcl ,l",1t ,m,n
all curses 1s the curse of sterllllyj try. JS'ot only should thcro bo com
nnd the severest of all condemnations pletc liberty In mutters of re gloil
should lie that visited upon wilful nnd opinion, but complete! liberty
sterility. The hrfU essential liiaiiy for each man to lead his 1 fo ns ho
chlllzatlon Is that the man and the desires, provided only Unit lu so ilo
woimm shall bo father and mother lug he does not wrong his neighbor,
of healthy children, so 'tluft the raco ' T
shall Increiiso ai.d not decrease. If De a Dooster for Hawaii and attend
this is not so, If through no fault " ?'""$ ffVSXhL
.,, il. u,!nfv n,rl. failure tn In- EmPlre 0n Hawsll Yacht nlghU
crease, It Is n gicat misfortune. If
the rnlluro is due lo deliberate and
wilful fault, then It Is not merely u
misfortune, It Is olio of tljso crlmM
of esse and sclf-lndulgcncc, of
shrinking from pain and effort 'and
rUklt, which In tho long run Nnturu
punishes more heavily than any
other. If wo of tho great republics,
If we, the free people who elalm to
hove emancipated ourselves from tho
the thraldom of wrong and error,
bring down on our heads tho curse
that loues up.fi tho wilfully barren,
then It will bo nn Idle waste of
breath to prattle of our a hlevo
ments, lo boast of all that wo have
done. No refinement of life, no deli
cacy ot taste, no mntcrlal progress,
no sordid heaplm; up of riches, no
censuous development of art and
literature, can in any way compen
jato for tho los, of t.ie great funda
mental virtue? , nnd of these grctt
fundamental virtues, tho greatest is
tho race's prvver to perpetuate tho
'in short, tho good citizen In a re
public must realize that ho ought to
possess two sets ot qualities, and
that neither avails without tho oth
er. Ho must have those qualities
which make for efficiency; nnd he
must also hara those qualities which
direct the efficiency- lilto channels for
tho public good. Ho Is useless If ho
Is Inefllclci.t. Thcro Is nothing to
bo done with that tjpo ot citizen of
whom all that can ho said Is that
ho is harmless. Virtue which Is de
pendent upon n sluggTsh circulation
Is not Impressive. Thero Is ilttlo
place In active life for tho tmld
good man. The man who Is saved
by weakness from robust wicked
ness Is llkevvlso rendered Immuno
from tho robuster virtues. Tho good
clli.on In n republic must llrst of
nil be aide to hold his own. He is
no good iltlzon uolesH lie has the
ability (whlch will mako him work
hard and which nt need will make
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him light hard, Tho good citizen
Is not n good citizen unless he Is an
"There are plenty of men calling
thomselvcs Socialists with whom, up
-lo a time point. It Is qulto possible
to work. It the next step Is one
which both wo nnd they wish to
take, why of joiirsa take It, without
any regard to the fact that our views
ns to the next stop may differ. Hut.
on the other hand. Keep clearly In
Balanced, Richer, Softer
mind that, though It has been worth
while to take one step, this does not
In tho least mean'thnt It may not'bo
highly disadvantageous lo take ..tho,
next. , .
"The good iltfsen "will, demand
llbeity for hluuelf, nnd as n matter
itt pihlc he will lee to It that others
lccolve Hip liberty which he fhua
e'nlms as his own. fipoamy -me
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CMS-'Tor Halo" rards nl llullrtln.
Made in Patent Colt
and Gun Metal Kid
The Comfortable Shapes
and Pretty Styles they
come in, as well as the
Long'Sctvicc they give,
make them popular.
12 TO 2
8i2 to 11V.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
It's not what you
But what you
Rear that in mind and do
not delay openiii" n - -SAVINGS
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