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M M 1
Women nrc self denying and un-t
candid; men are self-indulgent and
outspoken; and this is the key to a
thousand double misunderstandings,
for good women are just as stupid in
misunderstanding men as good men
hre in misunderstanding women.
Should the ynclit Hawaii lack for
a live-cent piece on this year's tour
to victory, ii real disgrace will rest
Members ot tlio (Ira ml Jury can
well nttord to work ovortlme on auto
speed regulation. Tins situation calls
for sotting high pressure brakes.
Now the time ban arrived when
money should be plentiful in Ilono.
lulu, mid -only lack of confluence, en
gendered by the demand for freak
legislation, can check prosperity.
Prlvato railroad bills seem to get
through Congress more rapidly than
tlio ordinary legislation for the pub
lic, welfare. Is It because the prl
vntn Interests know exactly what
they want and go after It? - -
China's' ability to borrow thirty
.millions from tho Powers for rallroa'd
purposes exemplifies weakness rather
than strength. Such a hulk ot a na
tion going about and practically sac
rificing its territory for such n pit
tance, presents a pitiable plight.
Ever" ninii who votes for Prohibi
tion In Hawaii puts a premium on
the practise of sending secret emis
saries to Washington for tho pur-
pouo ot working through laws, by
the dark lantern route, for the gov
ernment of those Islands by u few,
It is quite proper to. put the Pohu
kaina School In Kokaako, where the
majority of Its children live. Hut
to place the public library way our
to Punchbowl Btreet will reduce the
patronage' of that valuable Institu
tion a hundred per cent., more or
A. A. Young, who speaks of the
' evils of Prohibition and the injury
it would do this city, Is a mighty
good citizen. And yet Agent "Wool
ley. spokesman for, the Prohibition
ists, declared In his opening key
noto address: "Against us are only
the guerillas of ovll nnd timidity
Every day lends Its quotn to the
mass ot evidence that the Prohlbt-
tlonlsts base their hope ot success
- on vicious assertions and flagrant
Unslnsss men havo a special In
herent In. securing a citizen. labor
. clause in tho contracts to bo let for
Pearl Harbqr construction, but we
doubt that they will gain any di
rect results by agitating tho matter
' in Washington. Tho United States
Government Is not likely to take ac
tion that "will cause tiny unpleasant
ness with n friendly nation. Tho
Sliest guarnnteo our local business
melt huve Is tho fact Hint they have
t not had reason to complain of tho
t labor employed on Federal work thus
THEIR PERNICIOUS PLAN.
"Tho State of Maine has
built up n tourist trade of won
derful proportions, although tho
' Stnto Is nnd tins been for halt a
century In tho prohibition col
r umn. What's tho matter with
'Hawaii trying the same klnd.ot
tourist promotion work? Then
tho Moaim Hotel and a dozen
more like It can 'all flu big bus
Maine's principal hotels sell liquor
fllllcltly. 'They pre forced to, violate
gthe law In order to retain business.
Tlio tourist business, of Maine nnd
ivtvlng indttstry brought about tho
condition of non-enforcement of the
Prohibition law and help make of It
i .,' Tourist Jmslness In Maine has cre-
llie conuiuon mat rresmem
might well hnve had in mind
wben he said to Yale students:
"In cases where the sale of
liquor can not be prohibited in
fact, it is far better to, regulate
and diminish the evil than to
' attempt to stamp it out, By the
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sit Mootni.., , 0 .no
Per Vm, injrirbete la VS. ,. .. I.oo
Per Ver. enywbere n CnU,., I. Bo
PerYetr IxxIpiM, lentigo 3,ua
Knitted it lh PottofEct tt tlooolalo
u tcondlui matter.
MAY 25, 1910
enactment of a drastic law and
the failure to enforce it, there
is injected into the public mind
the idea that laws are to be ob
served or violated according to
the wiu of those affected, I
n'eed not say how altogether
pernicious such a loose theory
Prohibitionists of this Territory
know very well that tho average
tourists coming to this city expect
to have placed nt their disposal the
usual list of alcoholic beverages.
Agent Woolley has .said that the
tourists will be amply supplied with
nil the liquor they want. This must
mean that ho expects the hotel men
of this city to follow the example of
Maine hotel men, and sell liquor to
their guests despite the law.
To use the words of President Taf t
and declare such n situation perni
cious is to put it mildly. .
HOLDING DOWN THE SPEED.
!, -V.L' -4" '.
Most- every citizen ot Honolulu
..t.' ''3 " '
every citizen of
grtlflcd to icarn
will lie grtlflcd to learn that the
CUV .Attorney'. Is, bringing the recent
"automobile speeding' cases before tho
Territorial Grand Jury for n thor
ough review nnd searching Investi
gation. Judge Robertson, in a recent
charge to the Grand Jury of his
iiurt, spoke ot that organization as
representing the conscience of the
((immunity. There can not he any
doubt of the sentiment prevailing on
tho matter ot automobile speeding.
The evil has gTown to such propor
tions that community conscience has
beelfajmost lost; the speeders defy
thu law- on- tho one hand, and the
tlsajjy liiw.nbldluy citizens and res-
-Meuts are so stirred up that, they
are. liable, at any time to take the
law Into their own hands.
t.Wititsuch a situation existing, it
Is Tmost fitting that the prosecuting
officers ot the city government
thould" 'bring the Grand Jury Into
the matter for the moral effect on
the thoughtless automobilo fools who
:flfifjr"ilhe; law;; -as .well ns the per
fwiJiSJU'c of public duty in dealing
ytlOiir those who have sacrificed or,
jeopardized hupian lire.
The City Attorney and the Grand
Jury may be certain that they will
have the enthusiastic support of the
people, of this city In the work thcyj
nave apparently undertaken .In cltbci
checking the speed o( the criminally
negligent and tho careless aiito driv
er, or knowing tho reason why.
One line o! comment on automo
bile speedings appears tb be volun
teering excuses for Sheriff Jarrctt
The claim Is set forth that he has
not enough men ou his forc'o to
watch, the auto speeders.
wo do, not, know whether Sheriff
Jarrett Is responsible for this or not.
Wo hope that he Is not. '
Sheriff Jarrett had a sufficient
force to land somo eighteen automot
bile speeders and thus, remind rtuto.
drivers in general that hp,,was rfn,
tho watch. He. should keep pp. the
same ilno of work, not slump nnd
whine that he hasn't chough men, .
Officials who get results, even
under n dlsadyantnge, are the men
Whp ga(n public confidence. )P
Of course, it is recognized that as
the clecU'yi. lime is Hearing, 'the,
coalition to keep Jarrett In office and
put up a Hepubllcan figurehead
against him, may .call for somo ex
cuse to add more men to the pollco
4 It will bo far better to cut odt tho
factional political necessities of the
hour until the speeders are. brought.
to.nccount and Grace. Is, .jcaught., ,
Hold the watch on nuto drivers,
and .don't mnicoi whining excuses.
STUDENT PHYsTqUE IMPROVES
The American undergraduate Is
making marked advance physically.
This can be proved by the .record
kept by the physical instructors.
It Is hoped that he Is also grow
ing mentally and morally, The
physical director and Roosevelt hold
that the man with, n sound body has
a bctlcf chance than tho weakling
for belog sound morally,
kii reals' et tr.e fcail ot thynn.
measurement dlijejose a notable lm-
povement ip student pnynique dur
ing a generation. The gain In
height has been negligible, but In
weight amdonta to sixteen pounds,
while' there, has been a distinct In
crease In tho girth of neck and
chest. The present senior class Is
generally taller, heavier and strong
er than the wartime clais,
The gain In physique ban been at
tained in splte of cigarettes and In
me inco or inoe rsxeesees iioin m
luxury and of nthlotlcs which have
occasioned concern among educators
and made tho modern college youth
tho despair ot the moralist. As re
spects physlqun at least ho appears
to have triumphed over the demoral
ising tendencies of undergraduate
life. Having tho sound body, tho
Now York World expresses the be
lief that there Is hope for his mind
David U Wlthlngton will bo tho new
president of tho Hawaiian Dar Asso
ciation, according to tho opinion held
by many local attorneys. Wlthlngton
is now vlco president of tho liar As
sociation, W. A, Kinney being tho
Tho election of tho new officers of
tho Association, which will bo dono nt
tho regular annual meeting held nt 4
o'clock this afternoon, may produce,
some surprise, however, firmer As
sociate Justice of the Supremo Court
8. M. Ilaltou Is also mentioned as suc
cessor to W. A. Kinney ns president of
tlio liar Association. It Is stated that,
ho would .receive' a great many votes
If he expressed deslro to hold tho of-
TO DROP OUT
Still In hopes of financing Hawaii's
entry In tho trans-1'acltle race, the,
committoo In charge df securing funds
is hard at work, hoping to secure tho
Tho time Is now getting very short,
and something must be dono within
the next few days.
Tho Hawaii was supposed to havo
sailed on Wednesday, but as the ex
penaes'were not In sight, tho date of
possible sailing was postponed Until
If tho-rncht cannot cot nwav verv
shortly, the race will havo to bo given
up. ns far as tho Hawaii Is concerned,
To draw out of this event for lack
of funds would certainly bo a rcllec-
.tlon, on tho prldo mid jmtilollsm of
"Hawaii Nel," and tho oilglntttors of
this yachting event of tho .Pacific. It
wpuld bo a reflection to havo Hawaii
drop out with, a magnificent yacht,
anchored In tho bay and with every
thing but the paltry bill of expense.
Surely wo havo some nloha, some
spirit, somo ilcgrco of patriotic prldo,
. Help now: lend your mite, ba ldcit-
tided with tho land you call home, In
a purely "clean sporting, event.
MtujiuBo uiusu irau uru trying in
make this a success and bo a party tb
tho glory' of seeing tho dear old, nine-
barred, red-crossed flag of Hawaii on
tho starting line nt San I'cdro on July
Send In your donation to w. ir. Mr.
The up-to-date method of commu-,
nftatinft with business assdeiates'
and friends ,
. . i ' 1 1-
Office open Sunday from 8 to
ai m , t . f
Manoa Valley 3 $40
ifatlock .Avenue 2 ' 25 '
Matlock Avehde 3 ' 30
Alexander 'Strict 5 GO
Lunalilo Street 3 25
Nuuanu Street .7 60'
Manoa Valley 3 50 ,
Young Street 2 30.
Improved and unimproved prooer-,
ty in Manoa, Kaimuki,- Palolo and
insidp dUtricts..,; ,,
To buy a small house and lot in
k ft ' T
Fort and Merchant Street JA..
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Wahiawa ,...-. ...2 Bedrooms $20.00
Pearl Harbor 3 " 60.00
Xalmnki 0 " 45.00
Thurston Avenue 4 " 40.00
Kameha'meba IV. Road -.4 " SJ5.00
Anapunl Street ..,..., 2, " 00.00
Kalmuki, 12th Avenue 3 " 35.00
leweri Road 3 " 30.00
Kinau and Pensacola 2 " 25.00
Manoa Valley .!... 2 " 35.00
Call at our office, 910 Fort street, for further informa
tion, and ask. to see our list, of Furnished Houses.
"' -' ' -' -
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in Best of
Large Grounds (4fi,000 q.
ft.), Growing Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc.
Entire grounds all fonced
nnd well Improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Anna C. Sprockets who died on Feb
ruary 10 last left two' hits ofilnndln
her own light nnd her' Interest In 'tho
"::.; '""," -u"".... n" i. ...
ta,nl"R 7.34 arres )n 10 southeast-cor-
ner Of Piinahpu street nnd another
nn hn nmo 'street rontnlnlnc B.D05
ncres both being' valued at JtS.SOO.
There Is furniture and personal prop
erty In tho house on tho property es
timated ns valued aUll.GOO.
Under tho will of tho widow John
D. nnd Adolph II., sons, are cut out
entirely the same as In their father's
THE MANUKA, one of tho flno llll
em iiwmto,l l.v th nnudln.nAnstra-
llan Steamship Company brought less
than ono hundred tons of Australian
cargo to tins .port, ine vl-bbui (
od at the Alakea wharf shortly bo,'
fore eight o'clock InBt evening, A doz-
en passengers left tho vessel nt Ho-
nolnlu. Tho officers report a flno pas-
sage up from 8ydnoy. Tho Manuka
wob dispatched for Vancouver at three
o'clock this afternoon , taking nbont
twenty passengers. inu xi-uuxim. to hnf what he had uguaUy deyour
band played tho vessel off,, i d re(,ucea hg wh0 to ,Uo m,n,.
Miss Arncmann returned to her """" .t that time tobacco had
home In Kona yesterday, sailing on
tho, Manna Loa.
M. Paulhan's name reminds us of
Mark -Twain's remark that foreign-!
crs spell much belter than they pro
nounce. . i
rjt.vr 2, lho
i i I'm iliil 4
ON WHAT LIFE IS
.During a recent birthday banquet
tendered to Chnuncy Dcjiow by the
Montntik Club, that noted afler-dln-ner
speaker cntertnlncd those pres
ent with bno of his characteristic
talks. Incorporated In his speech
was the following, entitled "What
Llfo Amounts To":
"I read ah account the other day
of n Ilusslnn named Ivan Kusman,
who was admitted to the hospital In
St. Petersburg at the age ot 138. He
remembered .Napoleon's burning of
Moscow and the few Incidents that
occur In tho career of a Itiihslnn
peasant.. Ho was an agricultural la
borer fpr a mere pittance during this
Whole period, nnd could neither read
nor write. That Is not nn experi
ence to bo envied. It enforces
Tennyson's lines, 'Ilctter fifty years
of Europo than a cycle of Cathay.'
Hut, on tho contrary, when you
think of Auber composing his best
operas nt 89 and Manual Oarcla still
an Instructor in vocal culture .at
100, and Whlttier singing immortal
songs at 85, yqa nre.ln contnet with
men who have tlvod and who know
'what It all amounts to,'
"There, Is nn Eastern maxim that
every man at 40 is ciiner n rooi or n
,h'B'c,a,n" U " " J"a'
0,d Italian, Carnado, who found all
bf his asioclales In 'Venice dying nt
to, mnli' u, ills mind that those
trilgnilliM w? duo to excesses. He
bad the turngtli of will to adopt a
veiy severe but frugal regimen both
In ratlins nnd drinking. ,At 80 ho
publl'he fhU experiences for the ben
efit of those who were still dying
or likely to die, at 40. At. 90 and
nt 100 he repeated tho publication
nnd enforced the lesson of the han
pincss which had coma to him with
health and longevity, doclaring tho
mht lie shared hv everv mnn
W ?"iyD """
nl" plan waa et B'mi"'" . ,le B.
"ted out of the .many things, he
liked a few for ins. tamo, maBiicatcu
thoroughly, long befor.o Kletch,erlsni
-urns known, and limited the nuan-
iy i,y measurement upon the scales
not been uiseovercu.
! m PINE JUICE
' It has been nnnounccd that nlans
have been practically .completed for
tho organization of a' subsidiary cor
poration to tho Hawaiian. Pineapple
Company capitalized at $600,000, to
undertake tho preparations and mar
keting of pineapple, Juice.
Tho now corporation, It Is declar
ed, will davoto practically all of Its
resources toward tho waglni; of nn ex
tensive, and cffcctlvp advertising. cam
pnlgn ot Its product throughout the
mainland, ho promising territory Will
bo left untouched ' n attempting to
forco tho snlo ot tho now product of
It Is believed 'that there will bo a
largo market for plneapplo Juice
which can .bo used for n number fit
purposes nnd tio man features of
tho advertising campaign 'that will be
undertaken by tho now corporation
wl)l soon bo decided upon.
REAL .ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered, for Record .May 24, ,1910,
Ocorge Klpapa.ct al.to 13, C. Win
ston .,.,.,.,,..: , ,,r;
David Kukallanl to Mrs. Annlo
Thompson , , .1)
W. 'O, Irwin et nl Trs to Hawaiian
Bugnr Co , nel
Sing Hop Sing Co. to Honolillu
Plantu Co. , . 1) s.
Kalnoa, tear' and hsb to S, M. Da-
mon .,..,....,...., ,,D
Jacob Kaulaa, Est of by Admr to W.
I A. Kinney D
1,15. D. Baldwin and wf to C. Mc
Entered for Record May 25, 1910,
A. J CampboM. to. Mail fling Will
Co ....,:.,,. ,,...f..Agrmt
F. R. Clark to Wong Juck Lung,.Rel
Wong Juck I.ung to Chlng Shco.,,,D
China Rhco and hsb lo,F 13 Clark.. M
I Ow, JI, Falrchlld hnd wf to Itufus
1 I'. SpahHng ,.,,d
It was a banner outpouring ot
the people 'at tlio Matson wharf this
morning; Tho sailing of tho Mat
son Navlgitlnn steamer Wllbelinlnii
for San Francisco at 10 o'clock drow,
out nearly a thousind people.
7'hd most of tbli crowd wanted to
n the decks of the liner. Many
succeeded In breasting the crush
Wi(lch thronged ,th.e passagewnyn.nnd
tho large gapEPlanl..
f)thers who pined t'mt for n barn-counter
rush, contented them
selves with remaining on the wljar!
anjl watching the scramble , of t pas
sengers and, spectators.
The vessel departed on lime. Tier-get-
and his band of musicians had a
surprlso In store for the assembled
miltltU(lo. Tho-band blossomed forth
In a now repertoire of tuneful mel
ody. There was a conspicuous ab
sence of "My Wife's Gono to tho
Country," "The Irish Washerwo
man" anil "tltngs on My Fingers nnd
Dells on My Toes."
Tho let ladles suro did reap a
harvest of silver. The man who
could get n corner on thq flower
market on Wllholrolua sailing day
will not have to worry over a reluct
ant stock market.
The Wllheliiil'i.i sailed with n hold
filled with sugar', tinned- pineapples,
nnd other lines of Hawaiian prod
ucts. The first and second-cabin passen
ger capacity' of the liner was well
taxed. Tho Wilhelmlna has about
cleaned up tho rcgulnr and transient
passenger bustner ot the port.
Tho liner Is expected to arrive at
San Francisco ou Tuesday morning.
SUGAR STOCKS SLOW
'BUT M FIRM
Sugar stoclcB havo yet to display
through (ho stock exchango quotations
that tho market has exoerienced any
especial now llfc.In conscqucnco of
tno reporicu casing up oi tno money
Between boards business was fairly
frond but: thn snips 'on tlin hoard thin
morning were confined to twenty flvo
shares or Hawaiian Commercial at
4K7r, and fifteen Qlaa nt 6.S0, Theso
represent advances over tho last pre
vious Bales. ' '
fJrowery continues strong at 1B.C0
fifty shares being reKrtcd.eold be
tween bonids at ll(4l flgurd. Flvo Wai
alim sold at 134.., Oalm Sugar that
gavo promise yesterday of advancing
holds nt 34, foity i.liarcs selling nt
thtit price. Fifty sbaics. of McUo'do
sold at C which' represents a shading
of ono eighth. Ono hundred nnd fifty
four Hawaiian Pineapple sold nt 28.00;
an advnnco and thirty Tanjon'g Olok
assessable at 350.,
Generally speaking, tho market Is
fairly firm. It Is still Influenced how
ever by the belief that quite n num
ber aro nhxlous to realize oh their
holdings In order to go into specula
tions abroad. Consequently tho buy
ers nro waiting for tlio bedrock fig
ures. : ,.
,THELMA JONES PASSES AWAY.
, Thelnltt Kalpuala Jones, the two.
year-old daughter of John II. Jones
of the Mclnerny Shoe Company, pass?
d away this forenoon nt the home
of Mrs. CPcdersen.
The little girl, who hnd been tho
prldo nnd joy ot the neighborhood,
was sick but a short time. The best
dellcal skill and trained nurses In
tlio city were culled In by the anx,
Ipus father, but were of no avail.
. .Little Thelma's mother died less
than a. year ago. Mr, Jones has an
other Ihlld, a llttlb son n year and
a' halt old.
Notice of the funeral will be given
HEN you purchase a fine
Watch, you want one
that will last for
.years; one that will,
give satisfaction , under all
conditions. Howard watches
have the reputation of bein"
accurate timekeepers, and,
with the proper care, will
last a lifetime or longer.
They cost a little more .than
other makes of watches, but
they are worth more. We sell
Howards at the factory price,
and have a large stock on
hand at all times,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Liti.1 JLiijjIOfi i.
keeps the country,
ment. It is' a fact.
I, i Nearly evSryfgrocer
sells Ivory Soapi Nearly
' every well-toidd'" Afneri
can family uses it; for
the -bath; for? i'the toilet
or in trie laundry for
,, the finer things. f
The work of the parly of U. S.
government topographic engineers
who have been located on this Is
land since the first of the year Is
gradually ncarlng completion, nnd
Its members nro beginning io talk
of their return trip to tho Coast,
says tno Qardcn Island.
Their flnnl efforts on tho survey
have been to run n primary traverso
line nbout seven miles lopg;-4n--an
nlr line, across Napall frpm Puji o
ka Pele penk, 3CC1 foot' hlghf near
Ilalemanu, to Kllohana, 4024 foct
high, the point on the north, sldo of
tlio district which lies at the top
or the (rail down .Into Wainlha Val
ley. Tho purpose ot this traverse lino
Is to servo as a means or control for
the topographers In that section, nnd
It tins flags placed ninng Its, course,
every' mile or so,, which will enable
tho line to be Used ns n basis of ral
culatlqn. ' , , 4 .'
Mr. Dlggs has been working In
that country for over four( weeks,
and his party has met, with, somo se
rious obstacles In tho way ot their
operations, which mado the work
much slower than It might have
There woro only twodnvs of clear.
weather during the-wlihlo oftltB
iour wccks wnicu .uiggi- party spent
In tho highlands, nnd this, with tho
rnln whlhh fell' nearly, every day, de
laud thorn considerably.
Tlio other topographic, parties nro
protty well scattered' around tho Is- .
land just at present nil along the
coastline nnd In, the interior.
According to n cable received by
Judge Dole, tho mandate of the
United States Supreme Court in the
Wynne caso was mailed nt .Washing
ton on May 23. and po will, nrrlvo
In Honolulu In irbout two weeks.
Wynne wna sentenced .to pay the
death penalty for murder committed
on the high seas, and upon appeal
to the United States Snnremn Pnnrt.
that body Upheld the docslon ofjtho
lower court. , ,, .
He will probably pay wltti his llfo
for the crime before the monih of
WHAT COCA-COLA CONTAINS.
For tho past several weeks we 'havo
published In this paper letters from
analytical chemists showing what'
COCA-COLA, tho popular tempcrunca
drliik, contains and what It docs licit'
No Intelligent person can read" theso
letters from tho leading chemlstB of
the country without being convinced
that COCA-COLA Is what It, claims to
bo; a .pure, haiml03s, delicious, re
freshing, temperance ' drink. TUB
COCA-CQLA 90., Atlnntn, Oa., will
glndly send freo to nny reader of this
Paper a booklet entitled 'Tho Truth
About COCO-COLA," containing num
erous lottors from analytical chem
ists showing tho trim composition of
this great national drink. Bolow" find
nocKFortn man school. ,
Philcs and Chomlstry,
nockford. III. July 31st, 1907.
'Mr. M. N. Nelln. '
Hear Sirs: In roply to 'your letter
or July 27th, 1 hnve this to. say: In
our High. School Chomlstry Class, I
have had, my pupils analyio' COCO
COLA tor tho last two. years. Wo
havo never been able to find oven a
tr,aco of alcohol, pnd wo nppllod evory
delicate tost for It: nolther did wo
find any cocnlno. As to caffclno, wo
mado a clip of coffoo nnd got n bettor
test In tho coffee than In tho COCA
COLA. According to our, findings, pint for
plnt,COCA-COLA u less, harmful than
strong tea or coffoo, but neither 'Is
harmful If used In moderation.
' A. C. Norrls,
Instructor In Chemistry, nockford
Chemist for tho City Health De
For freo booklet of chemical anaiy-
"i .i-uuivi-uijA, nuureM. the
.COCA-COLA CO.,, Atlanta,, Qu, '