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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T,-ll SATURDAY, MAY 7, lDlO.
MlIT and WEEKLY Published by
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
i Editorial Wooms, - 185
I Business Office, - 256
Chriitianity is the good man's,
text: his life is the illustration. How
- 1. L. f ... If " 1.1 I
admirable is that religion which.
while it seems to have in view only
the felicity of another world, is at
the same time the highest happiness
of this. Montesquieu.
- It Is to tho credit of tho Russian
people that somo of . them really
wake up when hit In the head with)
Few things are safer than a bet
that Agent Woo. ley .doesn't know
how to carry on a teniperato Prohi
JVhy shouldn't all the proposed
land deals be closed up in a nurry
just because the amended:. Organic
Act will loon go Into effect?..
Judging from t ti-lr commen'Cl.iohio
of the Prohibitionists thlakilur .am
fighting saloons al d can best do It
with Windmills and blind JjE3-"3
A splendid gintleman and .a bravo
fighter loved by the menb7'trie'hiiry
passed out of the ranks when vAd
mlial McCatla answered tho deinTi
summons. n . J
Since Congress has nrmsnded"'thb
land law of Porto Illco, jthsrc- will
bo steadily Increasing oppoVHron'Yn
this Territory to being classed"-' its' a
'.'Money will bo tighter yet when
taxes arc paid, If the Prohibitionists
have 'thblr Way and wipe out somo
two hundred thousand dollars of the
Territory's present income.
iit'-JJuclo Joo. Cannon will MffhSiA'
that tioiiKjfhlug has occurrejn lgt-FvE done t5yr,dijty' weie character-
nohi'that' may, for" the tlifio AWgSstft 0f hlsrlllfc'Ho sougl t bis plain
dlstruel attention from the Conzres
slonul district centering! In Danville,
W. O. Smithview, the lldjfltGrilji
loin from Its practical Blde.SCiTfSie?s"
that it. Is better to work with what
you have, when muklng good lfeau"
"way, rather than tly to a lat of ,CHs
you 'know riot, of. fill
You are always gate In conclud
lug that Honolulu real esiutOs ft
pr.ctty good buy. Mighty fow'-fo'wns
In t)ils vorld have their future -so
certainly guaranteed by the United
Stuugt That la what tho Hawaii
Herald presents as the huul reward
for the ilrosperous man of Hawaii
who tends his money abroad becauso
he thinks his own town is gottlng;
i altogether too prosperous and every
' thing' Is too high.
Nlne-tonths of tho ProhlbltlonlHts
satisfy themselves that It Is all right
becauso they can get all tho Intoxi
cating medicinal beverages at any
time, (hey. feel like, it, but they aro
conyluced that the "vile stuff" bliould
be kept from the other follow.
' Should three weeks ot education
"0 necessary for all Russians, It
Would bo the part of wisdom to pro'
vide a corral within which the Rus
sians might spend their probation
days fighting among themselves till
sit ' 1
Perhaps It is Just as well for The
odore Roosevelt that something did
happen to tono the plana for his
finishing up Europo in a blazo of
glory. Ho .can accomplish quite as
much for his country In a qulot way,
,If he Is willing to go about In that
' Haying heard of Superintendent
Uarstan Campbell's arbitrary In
!creitsi,Cof Honolulu householders'
taxes, Hllo people nro awaiting tho
arDroach of the Duke of Kakeack
wlth bated breath, wondering what
' form of royal displeasure thoy have
MWhen peoplo drink themselves to
death under Prohibition, the Prohibi
tionists declare, It serves them right.
If the same thing happens under high
license, tho Prohibitionists announce
that It was all duo to a league with
tho DevI.' So thcro Isn't any abso
lute right about Prohibition. It Is
"simply a prejudiced point of view.
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MAY 7, 1010
Speaking of news: tho Kl.g died
l" London nt midnight nnd Hull c
. I .. I ... ... - I. .-,
tl ii readers were Inrotmcd it It at
three o'clock of the afternoon bo
foie; the II u 1 I e 1 1 n published thu
Hews of the resignation of tho Ha
wallan Electric Company's nanager;,
and Its coiitempornilcs, declaring
that the announcement wai nrrniri-
i turt, published the tame thing about
three dn)s later,
All of which goes
to prove that, let your prejudices he
wuat they may, jou must have tho
li u 1 1 e 1 1 n It you want the news.
Kveryone wants news.
King I'dward tho Seventh will un
doubtedly go down In history aa the
greatest peacemaker of his time.
Tlilb seems to have been the great
Mtotk. for which his good fellowship,
during all tho jeara he was waiting
to cojno. to tho throne, was Ilttlng
hint. Tnn few unes nf his mini
v.'ero notable Tor hfsjulng the lounds
of Europe and preparing thb way!
Id? a'lherlcs of arbitration treaties.
which, although they did not and
-ilo-hot Guarantee- tho peaco of tho
world, go n long way toward that
.'lend. f ; ji
r. r . -. s. ..-' .
' Conipured with many of the, world
lenucrs, King Kdward wbb decidedly
rctli'lng. So fnr as nieuipiy lecalls,
he Is not crcdltedwllha single hom
hastlc, plcturesquo act that Btlrred
tho world politics to tho depths, or
set everyone, by tho cars. Ills have
been the Victories of unbstentntlon."
He might properly'be said to have
marked his career ns the filer of
(treat llrltnlu by quietly gllrg about
Bis last jvords, "Well, It's nil over;
duty and went quietly lo work to
do It. He did not plgheadcdly com-
. Ml. tlS prej'ulllmr tendencies of his
tUnr -that uilght teem to threaten
IrV-verj- iiruiiuatioli of royalty
Was shown In his attitude during the
ftTeiil' bliltie oer tlio llou.'e ot
Lx-oj.ds'j. iulngittlvM and the famous
L'ijlVdt(iejl)gur;'budgel. Dignllled ae
quiesen.0 witnout sucrlllce of self
respect gulned for the undent cus
touis and institutions of Ilrltaln u
co'nsiacratiuu fioni the ludlcul cle
ment thafTmlght huvo been stirred
to tho limit of burning prejudices
by a less cven-teiupeicd man.
Americans wilt always huo n
kindly leeling toward Klnj; Edward,
us throughout his ycaiu of inaturu
muiihood und Until ueccSSIon to tho
throue ho proved hluibclf friendly to
our country und In sympathy with
the common alms ot 'tho so-called
hen King Hdward assumed tho
duties of his great office, many fear
ed for his country on account of tho
icpututlun ho had gained in many
quarters for frivolity. His career
has been such Hint tho world 'and
his countrymen will bo content it
bis successor, King George, makes
us good a ruler.
REV. SNYDER ON PROHIBITION.
. Rev. Dr.
Cincinnati, widely known as "the
Children's Minister," has recently1
been making an extensive (our ot'
observation In Oklahoma, as to con-1
dltlous prevailing In regard to pro
hibition. Rev. Mr. Snyder has fre
quently been spoken ot us tho Hen
Llndsey ot Cincinnati. He gets,
among tho people and deals with
practical facts. Ill) declares that,
after visiting several cities In Okla
homa and carefully Investigating tho
results of prohibition, "I have to
stato. that the plan of suppression U
a lurco. iiooueggers and speak
easies and all sorts ot 'Q-T's' are
lliusy handling and selling Intoxicat
ing liquors, nnd drunkenness nnd
crime hava vustly increased since
prohibition was adopted, and I hnvo
been Informed by prominent citizens
of Oklahoma City, (luthrlo and Ard
nioro that they aro tired bf such rad
icalism, which has not only proven
a total failure, but an Injt ry to law
Mr. Snyder does not herltate-to
speak his mind from tho pit1 pit. In
ono ot hlg uttbrances on the Rlhlo
and Prohibition, he said!
"Tho claim of the prohibitionist
that his political program Is based
upon Hie teachings of the ll'ble Is
preposteious. Piohlbltlon at d the
lllli. e, are' poles apart. T' ore Is not
i-one word In the Oldi Teslnim nt or
the "New Testament that glvis a
shaduw of foundation lo the 'lalin.
When a minister slnuds In hU pul
lt and preaches piohlbltlon In the
name of the lllblo he cither Is Ig
norant of the Hlble or v llfiilly try
ing to deceive lis hearers. Through
out the Old a id New TosiVmont
drunkenness Is condimned, Men nre
warned against Intemperance, hut
there Is no condemnation of the
tnddernte use of liquor. Certain or
ders nnd classis were forbidden lo
uso wine Just fie salno ns one tribe
was forbidden to build Iiousps or
plant vineyards, not because these,
things were considered sinful, but
for special leusoiig of rJiurch disci
pline. Hut the very fact that these
few classes wero forbidden Is the
strongest possible cvldcnco that the
uso of wine was considered permis
sible and projior for tho peoplo gen
liinu iriuuii-.f j
in iiuiiuiinii uiey iiuvu uecn Qtuiiy
Ing nnothcr general row over tho Fed
eral building Bllo, and If this kind nt
business Is kept up long enough they
chances are that Hllo will, after nlf,
luitd a Federal building befoo the
capital city gets' one..
It seems almost Inconceivable that
any official, even Mar-ston Campbell,
would have the temerity to attempt to
force throunh his own Judgment', no
matter how much superior he may
know it to be to that of the hoi polls!,
when he knew full well that In doing
Leo he was acting In the face of the
almost unanimous opposition of
The building slto trouble, however,
appears to be only ono of several with
which tho Land Commissioner Super
intendent of Public Works, etc., etc.,
has to contend, thcro being, for In
stance, tho general howl raised on no.
r"""1 r tho ulf aho of tho Ho-
'''""- ' " miiaiit-r
klc8 n ' alK lho, ln1' ,
, M,nrs .n ?"" hn nwn,y8 n
'"S"1" V " . "TT 1 , "
that as Superintendent of Public
Works his official actions, and not his
personality, however pleasing, aro
what tho public Is Interested In. Camp
bell has it tendency to get pcovlsh
when criticized, as Hllo has koo4 rea
son to know. For a long time past
this town has suffered from the dis
pleasure of the much-titled official,
presumably caused by the cnt'clsm
whlCh"thls community -had o:c:ilonal
ly ventured to send in his direction.
Now, however, Honolulu seems to ho
mucji, nioro on the warpath after
Campnell than rfllo has over been
and' It is barely "possible, that Hllo
may, fpr this reason havu a chanco to
b.fsk In the sunshlno of his pleasiirn.
That wilt be tho Oolden Ago when
Campbell will bo "Doing things for
Hllof without first having been prod
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES.
(Continued from Pa?e 4)
which wero advertised for last
month. The Itrst of these was for
tho building of now llonoll mud.
Three, bids were submitted, of which
tho lowost was Unit of Arlolo Ilros.,
In the sum of 1!9,200. . John T.
Urowu bid $:I2,59, und William Ko.
nlnnul $:i 1,500. '
For the election of a schoolhouso
at Pohukupuka, thoro wero hut two
bids, that of W. A. Clark, for $3r.00,
and that of J. W. Ahlna, fdr a300,
Tho lust set ot bids was for tho con-
structlon of sldewulk6 an King street
MANOA VALLEY Now threc-bedroora "bungalow in
process of construction, near car-lin.e. Choice ele
vation . $4000
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and' marine view! House mod
ern, grounds well improved t. ...$5500
MANOA VALLEY Buildinc; lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites '..",$950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes .'
..i $3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
FOR RENT -
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $C0 to $100 15cr month
Trent Trust, Co., !Ltd.
Consult us for Furnished Houses.
We have a long list.
10. Wahiawa ,. 2 $ 20.00
11. Aiea . .., .' 3 50.00
13. Seventh Avenue 0 45.00
18. Thurston Avonuc . 4 40.00
lOKamchameha Road; . 4 25.00
317 Anapunl Street 2 30.00
35. Kaimuki ,... 3 35.00
30. Matlock Avenue 2 25.00
37. Lewers Road 3 30.00
38. Beretania Street ...... G 37.50
39. Lcmoh Road. Waikiki 3 20.00
40. Twelfth Avenue, Kaimuki , $ 20.00
Trent Trust Co., X,td.
THREE FINE LOTS
HIOH AND SIGHTLY
If you are lookintr for something
GOOD, here's a bargain.
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Bishop Trusty Company,
. , .
nnd m Pitman street In thla city,
) ,5,r V m,
for I1707.15. The other bid, , wero
those , of Wll him Keolanul, $2169.
Olid H. J. ArlolO, 1940.
,., n tf)i-ir "' ''
Tho self-denial cclebiatltiu ff Ic
torv too. placo at till) Kilritlim A'li-y
hrll last 'iilng. Bis-v't ' eie
made by tho members who had taken
i. ictho ,1.11,1 nnd fie idilppir of self
jc ifil slji'-.flili' "Cp'iat.n' iis no-
t'td tho iif y In .l, oonli-ii. Tin
I.' i.i tuklnsJi of the "DiiV.tlii'.-'" -in I
livi- crew wi, 1 teate,- nf'-H tho iiin
tovi was mi', tc thlTJ v.or-1 lei-iv-iigs
j)'i Willi sidc-i.
Tho total amount tnken was thu-f
iimdrcd and fifty dollars.
Sunday evening Mr. . .1. Day will
make tin. address of tlijh .'vonlliR and
thoro will bo special singing. Meet
iiiks io nciu -11108011. iiinrsuay ami
Saturday evenings of each week he-
sines tno muni aumiay services hi ji
and '8 o'clock?
Today the will of thu lutu Kdward
I' Patten was llled lor .robalo an.l
lit.. .l.ln ii rn 1. a r.puie letter nf !.- I -
the dalo set for tho 'proving of tho In
striiment being June 13. The Ilawi'l
in Trust Company, '.td.Ttls named as
e.rrulor of lho will tho estate con.
listing of ii house mid lot In P.ilo'o
Valley valued af SI 125 und 2U0 worth
of household effects.
i Get your prices to the other is
lands by '
Office open Sunday mornings from
May Be Deported And
The Men Be Pro
secuted "Wo don't know )gt what Ib goltu
'to bo dono against these women," t,n'd
Prosecutor Ureckons, Speaking this
morning about tho Russian women
0,m"1 3nry- "'H't oc 1ms been nr-
,ei ,, iM morninK , an, ,,H.
lnlR tho caB0 aKallllll ,10r ,, nl.
Ilnv.lnir her In irn f rn.. lio rnnllnnnl
This girl is Alexandra Kudlnnin, who
was arrested three days ago charged
with having committed nn offense
with Phoney Davis,
In discussing tho situation further
Mr. I! reckons said that some of tho
women might bo deported' btitithat so
far he was undecided because tho In
vestigation liad not proceeded fai
Alexandra wan up before the prose
cntnr,thls mointug again for n hearing
ami ho put a number of questions to
her through the medium of Interpreter
flrunn. Booking to get more Inform,!
Hon about the Honolulu men mixed up
In the rotten business
I .i in KK,l.inil,U UIUI ,,.,11, UICIJ
1 ., ,10 ,, ,,,, ,.,. nn nvpi,ti
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it is understood that from every
u.itsuii rtiiiiii-iiii iiil nun i uiiii nun ii iiii
vueatPtl 0I1(, nP two if t mor r
HouoIuIh'r citizens and If those men
CBCl)0 ,, ,, prl)l,,.c.Hiion It wU )0
,nilp0I BtrrmK(,f cC6rdlnK to tho cil
, vow ,,r 0 fart tIl,u nmy of ,
RiiHsluns urn accepting work, on tho
plantations und ollieis aio hooked for
the coast In seek-work there, piosecu
r ,ho m)t ri)lll)w f
they mo leuvlng lho o'ty for either the
plantations or the co-ist.
MANY GAMBLING CASES
! AT POLICE COURT
I Much of tiio time nt the police
(oiirl this 'morning was t taken tin
witu a long-tirawii-oui alleged gum
lillug case in which eight Chinese
wrro charged wjtli having pLied "a
g.tnio of chance in u cellar below a
iSmith' street store. Tho detectives
raided the pluco after a lot ot trou
bio, und scciircd a number ot doml
jmicv buttons, cards, etc., wjilch
wero un a table.
Senator 0. I''. Chlllingworlh np
poarcd for tho dqfense, and he raised
n novel point that took soma time
to decide. The prosecution, when
tho case was half way through, de
cided to nolln pros tho chargo
ugainst ono ot the- defendants and
th'cu to put htm on tho wltncso stand
ns n witness foe tho prosecution
Chllllngworth maintained that this
could not he done, hut tho Court
Another" point raised by Chilling-
worth was that tho allegations did
not stato the nnmo of tho gamo that
wan bolng plajpti. Judge Andrado
took the mattor under advisement
and wljl glvo his decision on Tuc.i
i nirty two other chnrges were
nolle prosspil, us there wits no ovl
dpneo that money changed hands In
tho games that wero being played.
Chlof McDufhe stated this morning
that ho knew of ton different places
where gambling was going on, but
tutu tno gamblers used chips, hut
tons and other articles Instead of
coins, and no ovldonco that money
wiih lost or wiin cntilil ho (ml hofnro
s ' i
Professor Jernegan Is A
Tho author, ot one of tho most
complete histories of the Philippine
Islands who has essii)ed the task
since American occupation ts ut. pres.
ent In Honolulu, In the person of
rrofessor Prebcott 1-'. Jernegnn, In-
sttuctor of history, Philippines Nor
mal School, at Manila.
Professor Jernegnn Is a-passonger
by tliS Pacific Mnll liner Mongolia,
luid is pausing through here cu route
lo me suues, wncro no win pruuuuiy
remain Indefinitely, having resign
ed from the insular government ser
Professor Jcriiegnu was among the
Inrgo number ot passengers who
came nshorn Hils murnliig, and ho
was shown tho interesting points In
und about Honolulu. Ho cxpcctB to
settle down In Southern CnliforuV,
and will probably purchaso a roi.ii
try place In Hint bcctlon of tho State,
unit there carry on his extensive lit
Among Professor Jcrnegnn's books,
somo of which nro texts throughout
tlio' schools of the archipelago, aio;
"Philippine Geography," "History o:
the Philippines," "The Philippine
Citizen," and a very useful pam
phlet. "110 Questions and Answers
About the Philippines." v
Modern colonial history has been
Professor Jcrnegan's specialty to
such an extent that he Is recognized
as an authority thereon. His lec
tures 'before tho llagulu Teachers
Assembly of l'JOD nnd the Hnlvcr-
Blly-tKxteiiblon Instltuto rlassesv of
this )ear aro tho most authentic nii.l
Interesting extant In the Philippines.
A discriminating compilation ct
theso lectures, dealing with tin
modern colonization methods ot Eng
land, Holland, Franco nnd tho Unit
ed States, will compose ono of thQ
two books which Professor Jorno
gau expects to write In tho near fu
ture. The other .will he a sti night'
forward analysis of the administra
tion of the Philippines by the Unit
It has been soine years since Pro
fessor 'Jernegnn first visited Hono
lulu, lie passed through hero In the
early days of American occipatlon
of the Philippine Islands. Ho mado
a trip out to the Hast, with tho first
lot of Amerlcun school teaches, and
preceded tho famous transport
Thomas party, which nchle.vcd con
siderable fame In Honolulu, by only
n few mouths.
At 9:30 n m. this morning, an ex
citing game of baseball wits played
upon tho Oahu College campus. Tho
Saint's fcccdnd loam vs, lho Puliation's
second team. "Tho features of thu
game wero Anderson of Puliation, un
assisted doublu play and Kliucr Con
ant of St. Louis, long drlvo. The
Saint's ncre-lctorlouii with a scoro
of 13 tu-7.
CMS-BULLETIN ADS PAY
Expert Testimony on COCA-COLA.
Tho readers of this paper will bo In
terested In tho following letters from
expert chemists who hnvo mado care
ful unnlysls of COCA-COLA syrup from
which tho popular tenipeninco drink Is
prepared. Our object In publishing
thoso letters Is to correct nn erroneous
Impression which hns been fostered by
homo of our unscrupulous competitor's
to tho effect that COCA-COLA contain
Injurious material. Wo bcllovo that In
telligent, fair-minded Christian peoplo
everywhere ore Interested In knowing
tho truth about ,COCA-COLA and wo
feci suro that when they know tho
truth they will sllcnco the muck-rakers
nnd scandal-mongers. Wo huvo rJun
erous letters from professional chcin
IstB, but space limits us to giving only
a fow samples below. If jou would
llko to sco others, wrlto for u free copy
or a booklot entitled "Tho Truth
About COCACOLO.1' ' Address THU
COGACOI.O COMPANY, Atlanta. Ua.
Austin, Toxas, January Ifith
Mr. J. 8. Newcilmb, Manager.
Coca Cola Ilottllng Co.,
San Antonio, Texas,
In uccordnnco with your rcqiicst nf
lho 12th Instant, I secured In tho open
market, a quart, of COCA-COLA syrup
and carefully analyzed sumo for tho
presence of cocaine Tho snmplo con
tained no cocnlno.
O. II. PALM,
Asst. Chemist to tho University of Tex.
Report if Georgia Chemist.
I havo purchased n tho open market
a sample of COCA-COLA syrup and
subjected sama to chemical analysis.
I find therein no Ira'co of tho nlkalold
cocnlno. for which I mado special
search, and nothing of u nature any
nioro Injurious than would ho derived
fiom di Inking an ordinary cup of tea
' Yoiirs truly,
JOHN M. McOAN'ni.nsS.
Stato Chemist (Jcorgliu
LIED BT PEHUHBL-
MRS. F. CaRR.
MRH. P. CARR, Vlnelaad, Onu,
"For several years 1 wfts afflicted with
csliirrh, wh'kh msde 'life a burden.
Tho coughing anl hacking which ae
companlod thodlco was .crrlhle.
"The complaint finally oxtended o
the stomach and I was In a wretched
"I tried dlttercnl remedies and the
beat professional treatment all n vain.
"Finally, ns a last resort, t tried Pc
tvna upon tho recommendation of my
sitter in Hamilton.
"I could see steady Improvement and
after uilng four buttles of that precious
medicine I was feeling well again, my
old trouble being completely a thing of
the past. ,
"To-rTay I would not lako ono thous
and dollars for what this grand medi
cine has done for me."
reruns Is a unlvomslly recognised
catarrh remedy. It will rellovs catarrh
InlU most obstinate form.
The following wholesale druggist
s will supply tho retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO.. Honolulu, Ha
mmm wr , T4
The acme of perfection in a
pocket timepiece is found in
a Howard Watch.
WICHMAN & CO. are agents
for Howard Watches in Ho
nolulu, and carry a complete
stock of these celebrated
Howard Watches are sold
by Wichman & Co. at factory
prices, which are placed on
the watches by the manufac
turers. Wichman & Co.'s guaran
tee, in addition to the How
ard guarantee, goes with each
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Tho Pair $1.00
Made in. one and two-cyelct
tic .effects. Stylish, comfort
able toe shapes, with exten
Sizes 5 to 11
FORMER TRIOE $1.50
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1501 FORT STREET