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CTEirma bulletin, Honolulu, t. h., Tuesday, june u, mo.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry; j J Editorial Rooms, - 185
.1 ei.lBuslness Office, - 256
It ycu want knowledge, you mustTI"y see the harm done by low Fa
toil for it: if food, you must toil for i Iooiia an.t intemperance nml tlicn
. m m .... i i.li l.u! Iiimli In nvl Pflriind
it: ana u pleasure, you musr. ion iorj
it. ToiMs the lav. Pleasure comes
through toil, and not by tclf-lndul-
,' ' gence and indolence. John Ruskin.
FOR Till; VOTER
"The question for tho voter to con
Klilrr when marking hit) ballot mi
lull- "fi lu Wlilpli ubnll WA fflve
H-j, "" -" ..- - ---
'M Hint (lliluor) liiisltiesH In llawntl. no-
tlco to quit, or a cheer?" Thurs
ton's Advei titer.
Tlio qiipstlon for the voter Is
. whother'he will uto "Yes" nntl sup-i
nnrt tlin t-amiinlcli of Woolley In
I V 11',.,.UI J..... .... .....II .... .1 T,..r.l.ll.lllni1
UBIIIIIKIiiii, I' ,t( tin 1 . wiiiij.kw..
of which Thurston's Advertiser says,
''Prohibition Is l.ot nml In the nntnro
of tho Liu con Id not lie limnrdl
nfcly nml absolutely successful."'"
Vote "No," nml tints defend tlin
right of the people, to govern them
selves In their own way. nml uphold
the protein law for ndoquatc anil' ef
ficient control of tho Manor traffic; ,
SOME VIEWS ON INTEMPERANCE.
i ' '
"Hut. It U not true that 'hieii'
will drink.' Debauched men
will If they can, and Ignorant,
reckless youths ami weak men
In temptation. " Ili'tt, vpcnkly
broadly, men do what tfioy aro
taught to do; ami whero strong
men act n good example, nml tho
calonn censes or becomes a crlm-.
lnnf hole In-thu-wnll, the ton-"
deney Is for men not to drink. '
Tho saloon Is a public school of
tlio drink habit." TMiraton's
From .Just what experience Thurs-
1 ton's Advertiser speaks we nre not
JV informed, hut wo hnidly believe that
IA Thurston learned to nualf cocktails
nt o banquet, or drink beer when
on an outing, as a result of the odu
eating Influence of the saloon.
It la hardly probable also that tho
people of Hawaii will tnko this bald
declaration against the high license
, saloon as anything mora than the
illd claim of a fanatic with a pollt-i-
leal axe to grind.
Tho Into Kplscopnl lllshop Henry
C. Potter, whoso moral stamina Is
Foldom Impeached, does not agiee
with this local Prohibition view. He
"The usual good tenui of our pco
ole will ho forced Into n state of
bewilderment by tho ceaseless ngltn;
a tlons of, tho Prohibitionist party. If
tho latter Imagines that nn entire
,nntlon can bo tlirned upside down
nt ono blow It Is 'greatly mistaken.
There Is no freedom In Prohibition,
and the trying of It wilt servo to
icrcnto hyposjltes. ' You enn not 10I1
tho peoplo of Its right of amusement,
nml It Is useless to make the toller
belluvo that drinking Is a crime, be
cause ho will not admit It, but piovo
to you that moderately taken It lias
Jtcvercnd Dr. Parkhurst, the Prcs-
(Uyiorian niviiiu 01 .uw mm, out
Tbnid: "Whllu I will not say that
.' Prohibition by statute Is impossible,
Vl do know that no Prohibition stnt-
itto enacted in tho past has actually
prohibited tho tralllc of liquor " And
In closing his remarks said of the
pltv or New Vork: "If the nconlo
iiienlnnd'lt, saloons should be allowed
': to soil liquor on Sundnjs." This In
preference to the-attempt In cosmo
,! jiolltnn New York to prohibit the sale
i uf liquor on ono day of the week.
At the 1808 conference of tho Lu-
thcrnn plnlrch, tho following resolu
tion was unanimously passed: "In
temperance Is a fearful damnable
sin, destroying tlio body nnd soul.
Hut modern fnnntlclsm, which would
make sin whnt Clod has sanctioned,
nnd bind man's consilence where God
woUld hnvo it free, Is oven more dan-
'fccorous and pernicious than the sin
'fof Intenineranro and all tlio ovlla
fb therefrom resulting."
. Itov. T. 11. Ilemensnyder of the
Oernian Lutheran church of hew
York City raid of,- tho . Prohibition
inoveineut and 'the saloons: "I am
na much displeased as you are with
the tStal abstlnonco fanatics. Some
of 'then! hre frauds (possibly ho had
In mind some of the committee of
. - Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
fcrttt.d at the PmtofTire al Honolulu
aa arcond data matter.
.JUNE 14, 1010
Ho It seems Iniprn'.innln that the
lor.il exponent of Prohibition for tho
other fellow nud total abstinence, tor
iin)otid but JilniK'lf Is In n position
to nass flnnl Judgment on thn regu
lation of thn quantity nml nielhoil
of consumption of Intoxicating bev
WAS AYLETT THREATENED.
City nfllclats will take the proper
nctlou In connection with tho state
ments of Supervisor A)lctt, Hint ho
Kits' been offered a bribe of $1C00 to
vote for tho hltulllhlc pavement roil-
trnct, If they carry the matter Im
mediately before the Territorial
Grand Jury. .
'-tr.rnn.illfn of. briber; In.ronuoc
tldn3vltli'lhli rnutrart hnvo been go
ing tho rounds eer rlhro It was
found (bat one vole wn needed lo
oveirhle tlin Major's ote. Tew out-
ldo the .Mayor's ollloc have taken
tlirin seriously liecnuso n rnntrnet
thnt'hd such nn overwhelming sup
port of large taxpayers as was shown
In the bltulltlilc pavement petition
jireented to hto Major of tho city
bught not to need oven the sugges
tion of a bribe to pull It through,
.'ny man who would offer or suggest
a bribe when having-in Ills posscs
e on or nt his command such n re
quest from the taxpayers Is n proper
M.bject for thn sanity romnilhsloii.
Thn It u I 1 n t I n has followed the
trail of Rnnervlsor Aletl for homo
weeks 'ililii found that ho has been
going tlio IoiiiiMh of tho largest tax
pajers of thatipctitlon nml excusing
lilnheir for iit' voting for tho con
tract because "ho had been offered a
bribe of $1C00." So far as known,
he has riot hurried to first present
the facts of this alleged offer to
tho prosecuting ofllcers of tho city
or Terrltorj-, Judging from the con
versations rorforlcd, he merely con
sidered the "offer" nh Item of his ex
cuse, and possibly a factor In the
game of factional politics that is be
ing played day nfter day In tho Ite
Aylctt for some reason or other
has' paid more attention to the -alleged
ofrcr of the bribe than to llie
merits 0 tho bltulltlilc nutation. And
If the Incident Involved nuy other
than Aylett, whoso honor has nover
been successfully nseniled, but who
does not always show good Judg
ment, the' circumstances as now pre
sented would have all the appear
ance of a man cither walking nnd
talking In his sleep, or on n fishing
expedition for n good thing that fail
ed to como through.
When tho Grand Jury takes, tho
matter up, It Is to be hoped and as
sinned that polltUs will be eliminated
and the whole proposition brought
down to the brass tacks of intelli
DOES COLLEGE EDUCATION FAY?
Speaker Cannon recently told a
young collego man that he ought to
cheer up; he might llvo down his
college education. Speaker Cannon
Is no longer authority.
This Is the tlmo of year that thn
youpg graduates aro declaiming on.
now tlio world should ho 11111, nml
the old folks nre discussing whother
an adyanced education Is worth
while, And It Is a very important
period In the lite of the young peo
pie of the land.
In the estimation of thU paper the
collego education always pa)
Should tho youth provo slow In hs
studies and come through the course
mapped out with Indifferent nca
dcmlc honors, ho would even then
have gained n great deal lu tho per
sonnl college associations, nnd expe
rlcnco In dealing with his fellows In
honorahlo sportsmnnllka spirit, that
should bo of lasting benefit to him In
meeting the serious problems and
tho dally struggles of life.
I'reiUlont llrown of tho Now York
Central Itallroad Company not long
ngo made tho statement Hint the
joutig man Just out of college starts
with a handicap as against tho bdy
who started on tils' !"e career' from
the High School.
Ho compotes the casu of two joung
HOME FOR SALE
TI1I3 property consists of a mod.
cm 5 loom bungalow, on car line.
Modern plumbing; finishing is in
natural wood. Lot contains about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear
trees, mango trees and orange'trees
were planted some years ago and are
now bearing. Artesian water is se
cured in abundance and at a nom
inal rate from private artesian well
in adjoining lot. This bargain is
only for a short time.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in Best of
Large Grounds (45,000 trj.
ft.), Growing Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc.
Entire grounds all fenced
and well Improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
school Rraduntps, nud equals In na
tive ability. Ono enters business, the
other enters college.
At 2.2 thp ono who went Ihtq bus
iness will have beon promoted sever
al gr.idcn If he Is capable. flic
other will have Just graduated from
college, nml if bo enters business life
will take a subordinate place. His
old clanimato is four years ahead of
The real test of the rollege-bied
joilllg tn.lli. -Mr. llrown hold, (ome3
nt this point. Will ho rut tho bread
of humility and begin nt tlio lowest
round of tho ladder, or will ho feel
that because he' Is 11 college graduate
ho will demean himself to begin nt
tho bottom? Unless willing to work
up from the bottom, Mr. Ill own
makc3 It clear that the college
training will hamper tho young man
who hns It. Ho holds tho employer
ran not give preference to tho col
lego man until ho has shown that his
college training has added value to
' Mr. llrown then covers tho whole
problem of success, whether the man
graduates from n college or n boot
black stand, when he savs the thor
oughbred will win, through his lani
trnlnliig, even If handicapped, befpro
the homo stretch. Is reached. That
Is, providing ho Is n thoroughbred
and hns tho right training.
Another. Intcicstlng uVcrnnco In
FOR RENT:' ' "'
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Avenue 2 25
Matlock Avenue 3 30
Alexander Street 5 CO
, Lunalilo Street 3 25
Nuuanu Street 7 "-CO
Manoa Valley 3 SO
Young Street 2 30
FOR SALE: ; -
Improved and unimproved proper
ty in Manoa, Kaimuki, Palolo and
To buy a small house and lot in
this connection wni nn address by
Prof. Nnthanlol Kchmldt nt ttiU
jear's fmhquot of the Cornell Uhlver
Utj t-plslni-H. Prof. Schmidt took Tor
his topic, "Hamlng n Living."
He Rlnrted In wlllt thn declaration
that "No man can earn n living nut
of rollegn who has not earned one
whllo lu college." Ho paid ho was
not referring to the sjudonts who
worked their wny through college,
but tho rank nnd lllo. ''Those whoso
well manicured nails proclaim thai
they toll not, neither do they spin,
yet Solomon In nil hla glory was not
nrrnyed In such lints and In such
rolled up trousors as 0110 of these.
"It Is .1 very common Iden but 11
very mistaken ono that during iour
j curs of collego jou nro n parasite,
This Is 11 heresy nnd n bad one."
Prof. Schmidt urged tlio men to
rend. Ho snld: "There nro four
kinds of books tho books you hnvo
to rend, the books Jim ought to
rend, tho hooks you ought not to
read, and tho books jou might as
well let tho other fellow read, My
ndvlco Is, read tho classics and mng
nzlnea and bookB qf tho day. If I
wcro asked to choose between the
five-foot shelf nnd u bag of modern
noveU I would bo In n quandary.
I am afraid I might lot the live-foot
tholf go. Divide jo,ur time between
Milton nnd magazines.
"A man In college earns his living
in tho souse I mean by tho thiee
It's reading, rubbering nml rang
Hug. "Shnrpenliig your tools ns you
hn've been doing hern at collego Is
earning you n living; achieving
something Is cnrnlng a living; tho
coiilidonce Inspired by character I
the bnsU of cnrnlm;fo llvli.g. Wor!:
is partly bending over your books
nnd partly playing football."
IMItor Bvoalhg nulle tin:
I nm n Chinese subject nnd pro
hibited from landing In the United
Stntes or these Islands. I nrrlvcd
hero on February. 10, 1910, as a
steward on tho 8. S. Mongolia, when
I was arrested, on the ship, and
lodged lu Odhu prison on n chargo
of Importing smoking opium. 1 rc
mnlncd thero until 1 was acquitted
beforo tho U. S- District Court horo
on May 31, 19i0,
The law under which I was charg
ed provided, If' I was found guilty,,
the opium, t-hcul'l bef?ffeKd ntd 1
alwii Is fh.'i r,r.. inrn-'r.-i Vtsr.
1 a a-cjn'tt'l ;t rii-etrj. ;aB'ljir,-i
ltlei fc'"ei to nMtn v.. innwtli
fruf hundre.t ih'mt'' vMrth. of
opltini, which Ihr-y had fctfeiV oil
board the steamer, and which the.
Jury hAd found I was not guilty or
Importing. Tho niifborltles had no
mote right In Keep this opium, 'after
I was ncnultleil. than they had to
flnn and Imprison me, nnd jet theyl
nre not MtlMlcd vlth keeping fVe In
priron more man tinee mourns, bin
must nlso, without color nf rlcht, re
tain my properly. '' ,-:
Thn pc,nplc of J'nur great rnnnlry
boast thai Its administration of Jus-,
lire Is fair; and that they deprlve'lio
man tlf nrnnertv without duo nroress
of Inw, nnd, furtheimorc, llml,lioj
uilllliiruiuH 111 no larn iuiiuii uhj .
man'B property nfter they nro, nil-'
Judged not entitled thorctn. Whllo I
It Is considered n specially hellions
nffehso for those Administering Hie
laW to nrcept or I plain pioperlj (if-
any kind that belongs to litigants
or persons ncriised nf crime. I
i:Ven in China, If a tnnii Is tried
for wrongfully having properly, such
property Is restored to him If he Is
foulid not guilty; and yet, In this
coulitrj', which professes to hnVe an
administration of Justice less corrupt
than China, I nm dragged nuhnfe.
nearly ?inn worth of Viy property
taken from the ship nu which I 'nm
traveling, nnd nfjer nearly foilr
months' linprlwu. merit I nm sent
awny 10 China without my propel t'
beliig returned to me, while, theio Is
n law that keeps mo front conilug
hark to claim It,
IMItor Hvonlng II till ft In:
In connection with tho nppolntmont
of the Public Land Hoard by tlio Gov-
ernor. It may bo Interesting to nntu
that tho Supremo Court of tho Unit
ed States has vory recently decided
that rules n- ' regulations promul
gated by an executive olllccr,- even
though nuthoiized by net of Con
gress nro "laws resulting fiom nu Im
proper delegnlton by Congtcss of Its
proper legislative power, and hence
There Is n urovlslnn In the bill
lately ' Congress to amend
t'io 0,;.i -t. rending as follows:
' The Col -ilssloucr Is hereby nu-tlTt'-l
10 irfoini nny nnd all nets,
pre 'illo forms of oaths, and, with
tho iii-i.icjvul of tho Governor and
snld Hoard, imiku subh rules nnd reg
ulations rc3 may bo necesjurv nnd
proper for tho purpose of carrying
tho provisions of this section and tho
land laws or Hawaii Into full force
Of course, tho Commissioner, Gov
ernor, nnd Hoard, Jointly or sov or
ally can not legally nnd constitu
tionally do any bucIi thing nnd will
bo held up in court ns soon as1 they
attempt It. .
It would tnko but llttlo more to
obliterate nil the recommendations
of tho special session of the Legis
lature so far ns they relate to sec
tion 73 of tho Orgnnlc Ait (Utnd
Laws), It Is clearly evident that
tho epeclnl session of tho Qeglstaturo'
lnndo n sorry Job on tho land law
T. J. UYAN.
Honolulu, Juno 9, '10. r
If you nre looking for a
suitable gift for a lady, we
would call your attention to
our large stock of rich CUT
GLASS and ROOK CRYSTAL.
We particularly mention our
elegant line of VASES of all
sizes and shapes, and of beau
tiful design. '
In CUT' GLASS we handle
Hawkcs' it's known to be
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
LEADING JEWELERS .
The Bootoi6 Says
OOOD FOR TUB AWUTITE
A SpatMing Temperance Drink, having the onto prop.
cities of Gentian, Calamus nnd Angustltta.
Its dally use will benefit the entire digestive tract. The
flavor is odd, ljut agreeable. You will .learn to likeit,. t ,
'5c IN B0TTLES-5C. '. '!
RycroftV Fountain Soda Works,
Attorney Chester Hoylo Is general
ly conceded to knownioro about tho
.Inpnneso on theso Islands than nny
other tthlto mnn, nnd, for this reason,
tho Illlo Trlbuno has asked him to
give his Iden of the effect which pro
hibition would hnvo on tho local Jnp-
nncse, as this phaso of the question
has often beon brought up. Mr.
Doyle nnsners ns follows:
., Illlo, Hawaii. .May .10, 1'jlii.
My Dear Mr. IMItor:
You nsk 1110 for nn expression on
tho subject of prohibition nnd Its ef
fects, If nny. Upon thn Japanese lnb-
orcrs on tho various plantations, i
"' endeavor to nnswor your good
self from tho standpoint of my Jap
anese clientele, rnthcr thnn from
that of tho sugar plantors. I nm
somewhat handicapped In arriving nt
n conclusion by tho nttltudo of the
Japanese on tho subject, owing to
tho fact that 11 movement to prevent
people from exercising the thtrst hub
It In their own wny Is unknown to
Japan or nny olhor Orlentnl country
Hint 1 have visited The Japanese re
gar dtho wholo prohibition movement
as n Joke, used only to eenre tho
Hnvvallniis, nnd If prohibition became
an accomplished fact from n legls
latlvo standpoint, I, witl? twenty
years' experience In the pollco de
partment of Hnvvnll from Special Of
ficer to Deputy High Sheriff of tho
Territory, suy that with tho Inde
pendent sheriffs, etc,, on tho various
Islands, tho luw could not bo on-j
forced, cspeclully against tho Jnp-1
anese, who regard self-Indulgence nsi
nn Inalienable right of manhood. j
The Boventy-olght thousniid Japan
ese you havo In tho Territory are
- . -
This is the expression wc liave from all who have viewed our
new arrivals'in the NEW, SMART SPRING STYLES. Newness
and beauty in footwear were never more evident. '
In the new short-vamp patterns. Pat
ent leather vamp3 and cloth tops:
others of dull kid with kid tops; still
others made of all Cravpnette cloth.
Style 'ust like cut. Price .;
$4.50 and $5.00
Without straps; "no bulging," "no
slipping." Made in Black or White
Suede, slightly extended soles, Cuban
,heels. They fit the arch and cliner
nt the heel. Style just as cut, The
pair .. .., ,
Made of Bright Patent Colt Skin,
Black Suede and Sea Island Duck;
plain dress toes, Cuban heels. Just
enough trimming -to show class;
walking weights. Priced exception
ally low, The pair , , , . ,
' (A!&k Him)
peoplo who live best where, tho en
vironment Is not strange nhd the- re
striction of life nnd pleasure not 'too
uuveie. A vviirm bath, nnd a nip of
Bnkl Is to the plantation laborer af
ter his day's work what tlio cockt'nll
Is to tjio educated -nndj liberal -minded
American, and nny Inw which per
mits the liitoto to have his cocktull In
his own house, nnd denies,- It to tho
Japanese Held laborer, elthor by di
rect prohibition or because .of the
difficulty to obtain u will not bo re
spected, nhd with each arretd, for any
cnuso the Japanese, with their strong
"stlck-togothcr" sentiment,, will bo
como restive, discontented, mid tinni
er to manage. '"'
It Is always best to leave well
enough alone, Wo have n good liquor
law, and, could It ho enforced morn
rigorously, It would ho nothing short
of Idiotic to foicu nny change In thn
mndo of llfo of our laborers, which,
even may, 'leave alone, must, break
up tho newly created spirit of satis
faction nnd harmony existing ninnng
them throughout tho Territory with
, ' Yours trulj
CHUSTCtt A. DOYLG.
NEW PASTOR HERE.
Ilov, Fmnk Whlln whols to occupy
the Central Union church dining tho
vacation nnlved on the Wllhelmlnn,
nnd with his family Is comfortably
lociiled nt the Muellnnald. Mr Whlto
Is thn pastor of tho Union Parle Con
Krccnllniinl church or- Chicago, Ho
menUnM Sunday on board (liu Hit-am-er
nnd his niidlencn was greatly
pleased with his address.
ADAMS In Honolulu, June 14, to the
.wife of Howard Adams a daughter,
WILL HELP YOU IN BUSINESS.
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 TO 10
aH alalalalHalW '
Co., Ltd;, 1051 Fort St.
Fort and Merchant' Streets
One Hundred), hut many are honest, men, each 18 years old, both high)