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.Few thinns in American history!
are more impressive than the devo-,
4ion of the American people to edu-,
j cation, ana tneir sincere uenei in us
., efficacy as nn agency of moral anil
intellectual regeneration. This devo
tibn and this belief are at times al
most heroio and at times almost pa
thetic. The sacrifices made both by
communities nnd individuals on be-!
half of education in the United!
States arc literally incalculable. To.
enter the teachlntr profession as a1
(life career is, in a vast majority of
cases, consciously to devote one's self
to a missionary undertaking without
hope of adequate material reward.
This spirit of sacrifice, public and
private, gives to American education
much of its ilnest quality, and Has
thus far kept it elevated above and
out of the mire of a blind material
ism. Nicholas Murrary Butler.
sU. Arrange uiir omot parties for 1
In. in., order i-lear weather, mill oil
twill tin rowjinled
Prohibition might prove nbout ns
imuch of n sitreoss for tho Tcrrllory
of Hawaii nn the Illusions.
Death has tnkon two lanilmnrks
fnmong IIonolulu'H oldtlmers, In call
Jing Da Id Dayton nnd Oapt. Cluney'.
Keep gambling out of tho game ns
well ns thu grounds nnd tho base
hall nenson will he n success. Other-
fwlse. It will fall.
I .liven tho reform covcrntnont can
not check tho Turks from indulging
IliV' their annual pastime of slaughter
ling tho innocents.
Ar - -
("Honolulu is nulct as a result of
Itho summer exodus, Imt-thnt ussures
In, bigger rush when our people re-
turn nccompnnlcii uy tna tourists.
!Tho comiileto destruction of tho
rorphoiim block In. such short order
llSnn nrgumciit against flimsy frame
thttlldings In or near the htislness
nicctlon of tho town.
No ono thinks jfhow of putting
(Roosevelt In tho SeaSto or anywhero
else to sidetrack li'lm. Thoy hnvo
(learned that wherever he goes he
hvlll bo tho whole ihnw.
Should llnlllngcr havo to choosa
Bliolwomi ll.'iwnll' Russian nrohlem
nnd tho Congressional. Investigation,
Vive, hnc no iiouui mat me inner
Evould bo much more desirable.
Pr : - r -
i'lltenhrintg niniilnir wild In the
homo town of Uncle' Joe Cannon will
furnlkh tho cartoonists nnd para
fi'rnphcrH with nmmunltlnn till the
iiext oullireak of tlo Insurgents.
Public onlnloii will annrovo the
faction of I'reslilcnt Taft In remov
ing Alaskan official!), according to the
degree of Intimacy that is found to
flitivo existed noiweon uie ueposeu oi
jfclulu nnd tho GiiKBonhelms,
A llltlo boy hustled Into n grocery
one day with u memorandum In his
Hollo, Mr. Smith." ho said. "I want
thirteen pounds of coffeo at 32 cents."
"Very good." said tho grocer, and
lie- noted down (ho sale, nnd put his
clerk to packing the coffee. "Any
thing else, Chnrllq?" I
"Yes twenty-hoven pounds or sugar
at ,9 cents."
'Tho loaf, flit And what olsot
'Seven nnd ;i half pounds ot bacon
nt 20 cents." 2g
mars mo Arrow urnnu, uo on.
C" "I.'lvn iinnmln of ton nt 90 cents;
eleven nnd n half quarts of molasses
iit 8-cents n pint;' two eight-pound
hams at 21 1-1 cents, unil llo dozen
jars of pickled walnuts at -1 cents .i
Tho clerk bustlqd nbout and the groc
er mudo out tho hill.
"It's a big ouler," ho said. "Did
your mother tell you (o pay for it, or
is It to ho charged?;''
"My mother," said tho boy, as ho
pocketed tho neat and nccurnto bill,
has nothing to ilo.witn tins business.
1 1 my mlthmctlc lesson and I had to
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
WBBKLV DULUOl IN
ftrSUMontu a .Bo
?n Yfif, tnywheielnUS l.o
Ptr Yir tnyntitrr n CiniJt., I. Bo
Per Year ttpll, loittgn 3.uo
Entered t the Fontoflice at HoDolala
u lecottd-clus matter
.APRIL 28, 1910
11 Ik n piece nt good fortune that
the Orplicum Theater Inirned wlicn
It wan nnt lllloil with women anil
children. Willi the passing of (lie
Htriictiirn ono danger zone for those
attending thcntrlrnl performances
linn licen removed.
How lone would tliu community
mill the authorities allow citizens
nnd Ihelr families to n&scmble nbout
t ho Capitol nnd make mich a mess
of It ns the UiisslaiiH nre dolnR? It
Is about time to apply the prncticnl
principles of morngo Justice to the
One of the illinciiltles Regulars
hnvo in rending Insurgents out of
the Ilepubllcnn nnrty Is tho deter
mined refusal of the latter to go.
The time has not arrived when men
ran bo put out of a political party
If the people espouse' the principles
for which they slnnd.
'Honolulu will not ho tho same to
old residents now Hint D.ivld Hay
ton linn passed away. lie was n
gentleman of the old-fashioned typo
respected by ceryonc, nnd people
returning to tho city after an ab
sence of tomo years wcro nccustom
cd to find most everything changed
except good old Uncle David. Mr,
Dajton did n tremendous amount ot
fi od work ns a member and officer
or ninny fraternal organizations In
w'llch ho was a pioneer. This was
done without orientation nnd with
nn extreme deliberation that occa
stoned good-natured comment. Ho
had the kind heart nnd bounteous
good will that gave him n special
place in the affections of the younger
.generation, who were pleased to
honor h member of the old guard.
.. -PRACTICAL PROHIBITION
Ono of the prncticnl results ot
Prohibition Is presented In tho fol
lowing news dispatch published In
the New York livening Telegram of
WKSTKIILY, 11. I., Vcdnes
dny. Federal nld Is being
sought by tho olllcluls ot this
Stnto and Connecticut for the
suppression of the socret man
ufacture of whlskoy because of
the sudden deaths of seven per
sons from a brand ot tho con
coction that Is supi oaed to
hnvo contained wood ulCohol,
Druggists are known to have
made preparations of whiskey
for their customers, the prohi
bition law, being in existence,
making it impossible to get it
The local authorities arc said
to hnvo been so lax In tho sup
pression of tho whiskey making
and Helling that .the citizens
hnvo nppenled to tho higher of
ficials of tho tftato and then In
lum to tho roderal Govern
ment on tho ground that whis
key Is illicitly made. Several of
the persons who died lived
across tho border In Connecti
get It done somehow.""
Minor Dunno of Chicago Is not with
out witty moments between worries
over traction matters and nn incarnpo-
tcnt pollco force. Ho recently visited
n strange barber shop, whero tho bar
ber, falling to recognize him, was
"Have jou over been hero beforoT"
"Oneo" snld tho mayor.
"Strnngo I don't recall your face,"
sain mo Darner.
"Not nt nil," replied tho mayor. "It
altered greatly ns It healed."
An Englishman was onco visiting In
tho southern part of tho United States.
and seeing n great deal of com hq
asked a friend what thoy did with nil
Iho corn. His friends answered! "Wo
eat all we can, o sell nil wo can nnd
what wo can't wo can."
So when tho Englishman got homo
ho told his pcoplo he thought the
Americans were very odd 'pcoplo, be
cause, on asking them what thoy did
with tho corn thoy said: "Thoy ato
what thoy could, they sold what thoy
could and what thoy couldn't they
Tlw .,' cf :tnr.frj
thlt piice save rl's to it.t ra
tacr that the eoverr.rr.er.t cfil
clala had acted on their ovn ini
tiative upon learning of the
seven deaths, nnd nre reeking
evidence against I ho druggists
alleged In have been engaged In
the manufacture ot whlfkey
Prohibition sends the llipinr traf
fic from the licensed plneeg Hint limy
be controlled to tho dlsreputnhlo
druggist nnd the Illicit manu
facturer." This happening In IuiihIp
Island, where Prohibition Is local,
what might ou expect In Hawaii if
liquors wcro not to be ohlnlued Ihli
sldo of San l'ranclsco?
It anyone thinks that such In
cidents will not ho repeated In
Hawaii under, nn attempt nt Pro
hibition, let him recall that dur
ing tho recent stay of tho Pacific
fleet In port, tho enforcement of tno
Sunday law ngninst restaurants sup
plying nlcohollc beverages tn their
guests resulted in the purchase of
quantities of pure nlcohnl from local
drug stores. The empty alcohol lioU
tics decorated the waterfront, where
the contents had distributed "cheap
Jags" along the wny.
Prohibition merely turns the trndo
In alcoholic beverages from the reg
ularly licensed places (o tho drug
storey the dirty Mind pigs nnd tho
pocket peddlers who concoct a
"drink" that Is-a" "quick drunk" and
a rank poison.
Hawaii's morals can not ho Im
proved by nn) thing of that sort.
DISGRACE OF GRACE
Having made such nn Ignominious
fnlluro of Uniting tho escaped mur
derer Grace, the combined police
force of the city, Territory and Unit
ed States might do well to consider
offering $200 to Grace It he will
catch .one of the sleuths and bring
him to tho police station while sur
rendering to the nuthorltles.
It Is to lie hoped that the long nnd
futllo search will ho brought In an
end by sonio delecllvo ot one of the
vnrloiis police bureaus accomplishing
tho now unexpected. Meanwhile,
thcro Is nothing' In tho wliolc nffalr.
nt least on thu surface, that reflects
credit on any branch of police nu-
thorlty located on this Island.
A not uncommon remark is, that
thcro is no placo on earth where It
Is easier to commit murder with
out, being found out thuu In Hawaii.
Whether this Is true or not. It Is ob
vious up to tho present writing that
tho latest person to lib convicted ot
murder Is making a very easy time
of it in keeping clear ot tho prison.
where ho belongs.
Jealousy nmong tho members ot
tho different police h menus of the
city Is offered as one explanation
wny mis man nas not uecn urougni
Ih. This seems Impossible, but some
times tho petty things of life control
If it Is true, wo beg to remind the
pollco authorities that the record is
fast approaching tho status of a com
munlty disgrace, with the responsl
blllty resting on the pollco depart
SCHOOL TO BE HELD
(Continued from Fage 1.)
building in this city, and for which
thoro will he no tuition or other ex
penses. Tho work will bo especially planned
to give tno most benent to hoso teach-
ors who wish primary and grammar
school certificates, ami nil those who
obtnln a 'passing grade, each tfeek in
tho work of tho summer session will
bo granted certificates without nn ex
amination. I-'or the coming year teachers will
bo appointed early in July but their
appointments will ho conditioned upon
MANOA VALLEYi-New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain nnd marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved -. .$5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
$3000 and $3500.
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for wriods of four to six
months. Rentals...., $00 to $100 per month
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Houses, Hats, Shoes,
Me unnecessary, tiut
ns they INSURE -
COMFORT nnd HEALTH
we prefer to carry
this kind of protection.
It is just ns necessary '
to protect yourself by:
Insure Before the'
It costs but a com
paratively small sum
to be assured against
loss. We issue policies.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
THREE FINE LOTS
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
If you are looking for something
GOOD, here's a bargain.
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Bishop Trust Company,
gaining certificates by examination or
by work at tho summer schwt.
Threo days in August, tho 17, 18 and
19, nro tho days set for holding exam
inations for teachers who wish to havo
new certificates, or who plan to ob
tain n certificate for higher grndo work
thnn they nre now doing.
In addition to tho general work for
primary and grnmmnr school tenchcrs
there will ho special lecture, courses
upon subjects of general Interest, nnd
If opportunity permits, nny prominent
school men or scholars who may ha
passing through Honolulu during the
session will bo nsked to nddress the
members of tho school.
After tho closo ot tho school and the
examinations for certificates thcro will
hn.a full threo weeks Vncatlon for the
teachers heforo thy enter upon th du
ties of another year, tho datn for tho
opening session of 1910-1911 being Sep
Cheap stocks experienced a revival
this morning, with McBrydo much in
demand and selling on tho hoard nt
SC.7C. Olaa also recovered on tho
auotullnn and no sellers wcro found at
Othcrwlso tho market remained In
lis usual condition. Olan hands sold
nt JS1.50. Honokaa dropped oft an
eighth on a sale of ten shnrcs. i:wa
and llutchlnsun held up to tho prices
that havo provalled of late.
Olaa and Hawaiian Plncapplo sup-'
piled tho only Hems of tho between
boards business, the former nt C und
the latter at 28.
Quotations havo nnt changed mater,
ially. No ono Is nblc to explain the
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
fulling off In the bidding for Oahn,'
nnd Wolnlua Is weak with few bids In'
tho vicinity of tho asking price.
(Continued from Page 1.1
lfornlan, leaving the AtlantU Coast
port on March Sj
The Alaskan called nt San Diego
nnd Snn Francisco en route to tho'
Sound nnd the Islands. j
Included In the shipment which
arrived this morning U a quantity!
ot Kteol for bridges on tho Illlo and!
Kohnla Hnllwny. i
Tho Alaskan will bo tilled nn her
enrgo Is removed nt tho railway'
wharf, nnd the new propeller will
be fitted to the steamer.
The vessel is to gather up a largo
iiunntlty of sugar at Island ports nnd
Is expected to leave here for Hlio
on Monday or Tuesday evening.
From UrothOr Dutton of tho Settle
ment. In today's mail comes word that
the kind old matt Is halo and hearty
nnd "nip' uitr seventy." To a friend
In Mono.,. . n writes:
. " jur b.. .. ,ay postnl camo within
threo daya t my own, April 27th, G7
tt wlr' i.
WICHMAN & CO. make a
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 the order will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,'
LEADING JEWELERS .
To get the
The most fashion
able of all low shoes
this season is the
PLAIN PUMP with
either Ribbon or
IN 'NEW YORK
this particular style
isvworn by the Swell
est and Most Fastidi
ous Dressers, Scarcely
a strap pump is to be
seen on Fifth Avenue.
The plain pump with
out straps is so popu-"
lar, because it is so
difficult to make with
out gaping on the
sides, that only good
shoemakers can get
them right, and mak
ers of cheap shoes have
to give up the attempt.
In consequence you can
not rind plain pumps
in stores that cater to
the inexpensive grades.
We have Just received
for this season
NEW PUMPS FOR
$4.50 AND $5
That absolutely cling
to the foot without
slipping or gaping, and
when yon buy a' pair,
vou may rest assured
that you are shod cor
reotly by a style not
worn by the multitude.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
NOTED OSTEOPATH I
WILL LOCATE HERE
Dr. Allison Comes From Los Angeles
to Introduce Practise of Oste
opathy. Among the arrivals on tho steamer
China was Dr. J. S. Allison, an oste
opathlst of note, who comes to the is
lands to spread tho new science of
therapeutics. Osteopathy has come to
tho front In recent years ns tho sane
and natural science of healing- nnd is
gaining converts with wonderful ra
padlty. Tho use or drugs In nil branches of
healing Is growing more and moro In
to disuse as Its evil effects nro becom
ing better understood nnd most physi
cians, no matter of what school, pro
scribe them less and less. In oste
opathy the use of druss is entirely
eliminated, except in cases ot emer
gency. In those rnro cases where
treatment with drugs is n temporary
necessity tho ostcopathlst does not
hesitate to recommend his patient to
the old-time practitioner any loss than
tho medical practitioner hesitates to
send his patents to a surgeon or eye
specialist whenever tho occasion war
rants. Dr. Allison has opened offices at
rooms 37-38 Aloxnnder Young building
and will be ready for patients next
Monday. He Is a graduate of tho,
American School of Osteopathy under
Dr,. A.T. Still, discoverer of the sci
ence and founder ot tho school. After
graduation served on tho faculty of
tho College and was placed In charge
of practlco nt tho college In Dcs
Moines, Iowa. I.nter ho came to tho
Pacific Coast, nnd served four years on
tho faculty of tho Paclflo College at
I.os Angeles ns professor ot practlco
and three cnrs ns clinical superinten
dent. As Is the requirement ot all regular
osteopathy colleges Dr. Allison has
received tho full college, medical
courso necessary for all physicians,
giving speclnl attention to nnatomy
nnd physiology, Tho point of dlvcrg
enco from tho practlco of (he old
bchool Is In tho treatment. However,
this difference is very Important. Al
though osteopathy has been practiced
only sixteen years, thoro nro now ovor
flvo thousand regular licensed practi
tioners In IIiIh sclcnco.
best results from your films and
them for developing and printing
We have just receiv
ed a number of the
new lin.es in
VAMPS, High Arched
Lasts, Cuban Heels,
WHITE BUCK, and
$4.50 and $5
in our Savings Department,
and this interest is com
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital1 and Surplus:
(Continued from Page5 1.)'
ty admitted that for tho past thieo
weeks thero had been llttlo doing In
tho gathering of succulent fish from
tho depths of tho briny. Thoy had
been awaiting for something to turn up
and tho fish market appeared o ho
a real nice place to await the swat or
knock of Old Opportunity.
"I wnnt you all to appear before mo
on Saturday morning," declared Judgo
Andrado, "and each must show mo a
goodly collection of coin. If you fall
to deliver tho goods It will go hard
Tho flvo youths nro also advised to
cnltlvnto a few callouses on their
hands It they would convince the cqurt
that they nro entitled to becomo en
rolled ns hard working raon instead
'Otggcntlemen who beek a livelihood by
Count that day lost, If lost days
yon are after, that Bees In Pittsburg
no new branded grafter. natavln
o 4 fw t i