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.AUGUST 9 1010
r listen to calumnies, be
ll hey nre untrue, I run the
f bfinjc deceived, and if they
nte of hating persons not
tltiuking about. Montesquieu.
(tiling of tlio magnitude of the
f iliihl lulling n postnUhank KyH.
it tlio United Htnlos ciin ho
ill from conclusions reached liy
ininlsslon nppolnted li) l'ostmas
noral Hitchcock Id picpare
ami regulations for Its ndmlnls-
l, They estimate (lint tlieni will
. (") than 10,000,0(111 depositor
i Untied Slnlos postal banks
tlmy urn In full operation, mill
w(ll tnko from SO.OliU to 10(1,1)00
ft to keep tlio accounts These
s nlono will require tlio services
10 additional bookkeepers
ST AND COMPETENT MEN
nr Ca nor nos been vir fin
I In piiiiittulng man. nf .the
lite tin ropri notifd In Mirlul
m of governmental fninis Hint
it forwnrd as contain,: nil the
t ki eminent
of tlic best things lie h is raid
roitght out by tho great "ntli'is
bnt bns been stirred up for" Xho
anion government plan for cit
was In u tetter to Mnor Ilnnn.t
Moines that Mayor Clajnor
mttslon to ny Ills ,rpeclh to
guwiriiimnt by loninilsslo.i,
so much bus bi en irndo.
Goinor falls to find noveliy In
tn? In Now York, ns hn shows,
Ty' ticket carries but lliifn
AhTlic flvo Ilorough Presidents
lie, n commission of ohlit 1 en
iTmost unlimited powers Nor,
IJ nblo to entertain tho cct
iy possessed by some tlmtT
method tho commission
' does away with all fraud
"rascullly In city government
ti future The most nliMilule
riiinciit l) riimiuNsliin mis
'under wliltli 'I nidi mid Ills
e, associate t'miiinlilancrl.
iiillleil tlulr iislminilliig
ll. ( r
y dear Mr Major, the Kreat
g nfter nil Is to get lioiitst
.conipoldit men Into oflluy
t will Ret nlonK nnd give good
irnmont under any laws, and
I in spite of bad laws You
lot !ino good govorninent
sr nny s stent with dishonest
iuls, however competent, nor
$r honest but Incompetent of-1s.
nest nnd competent men" will
good government under any sys
from tho small commission of
olncs mid Oulvoston to the large
ow'crful council which still does
irk well In foreign cities, And
a about till there Is to bo wild
I I m II "
VESE AND JAPANESE COM-
m Is threatening to repeat what
cn dono In .la pun tn the way of
'acWlng for export. Shanghai
ight largo cotton mills In which
inp'lnjed over 30,000 Chlneso ut
lig and weaving In ono mill
persons are employed In day and
'Sifts, the children earning
(four cents a day, and the wages
liti averaging no higher titan 20
a'day. Modern mnchlnery is
Imported from foreign coun
pnd Chinese, operators nro said
quick to learn. Tho Chlneso will
limko a good deal of their own
Pgoods, as, In fact, thoy do now
tk United States has lost n good
jAits Chinese trade n3 n result
laneso competition Knglnnd Is
Ing to n less extent In tho sama
Kim Chlneso ura sending pig
oTtho Pacific co.itt, and will no
Sbb, sending cotton and other
ctson time if not kgpt out by ef
liprotnctlon to Industries In tutu
mt American workfhgn cannot
Kn'polnt of wages1 with either
i,or Chinese. Jupancco work
men produco largo quantities of rugs
that lire now sold In the United
Slates, the work on which costs In
lapan only two or three tents n day
This takes bread out of the mouths of
American iniikmcli, but that Is Die
kind of competition the Democrats
want to subject American workmen to
by tho redtiillon or renioial of tariff
MANHOOD COUNTS IN POLITICS
Scholars In politics are not all of
the type of Wooilrow Wilson or I'rof.
Men lam or Governor Hughes It lias
been suld that there never was u pleie
of clever political deviltry perpetrated
but that n Harvard man was nt tho
bottom of It. The witticism carries nn
element of truth , While college
trained men nre In tho lend of -the
movement for better government. In
many cases the forces' of pi jvllegu anil
machine misrule are dlricled by men
of shall ir training
l'rohibly no man tn this count o
lakes more pride In the title of schol
ar In politics thnn does Senator Iodge
of Massachusetts, Harvard graduate
ami tnnn of letters. Yet the. Chicago
Dally News says It cannot be rightly
contended that tiia Influenco In pot
tles exercised by tho Senator from
'nssachusettH Is entirely good. Tnt
rom It. .Senator Lodgo Is a, skillful
midline politician unit tho mtthods.of
his machine lmo called forth much
deserved criticism. The Senator him
self Is n Btnnd-patter, sis the .t'ews,
and nn ally yf tho privileged Interests.
The power which education nnd
wealth glvo to Senator I-odgo Is used
noltliw-for-tho promotion of good gov
ernment nor for the advancement of
the jiopujar welfare, accofdlng to the
tlepew of Ynlcla another exnmplo of
tiro gentteinan'of cdircutlon nnd cul
ture whoso Intluenco on tho political
llfo. tr Jils BtaU) nnd of the nation has
been anything but wholesome The
most disgraceful political boss whose
misdeeds hnvo yet been brought to
light, Abe Uuef of San rrnnclsco, Is it
graduate of tho university of tho stato
whoso chief city ho helped to plunder.
todge, Pepqw nnd Uuef represent
different varieties of the col logo man
tn politics Although his Inlluonco In
many respects Is harmful, It would bo
au outrage, of course, to Imputb to
Senator I-odgo tho moral turpttudo of
Tlucf Yet each In his own way dem
onstrates that education nlono fur
nUlies, no guaranty of Improvement In
The scholar In politics Is to bo wel
comedprovided ho Is tho right kind
of man It is the manhood, not tho
scholarship, test that counts
WHAT CARE OF TUBERCULOSIS
PATIENTSJOSTS ' '
In a preliminary bulletin on the
cost of maintaining a tuberculosis (san
atorium, the National Association for
tlio Study nnd Prevention of Tuber
culosis nunoimces that tho nvera(,o
cost per patient per dny In thlilj
seml-charltuble sanatoria scattered tn
all p.irts of tio United States malm
land Is il.CC'J.
Theso lustitutlons'ropresont tin an
nunl expenditure of over $1,300,000
and over 81&.000 days of treatment
given each year. The bulletin, 'which
Is part of un cxtenslvo study tho Na
tional Association Is making for Its
bureau of Information, points out how
tho country cquld save, annually ut
least ltO,000,OQQ, If tho Indigent con
sumptives wcro properly segregated,
It wag found that the food cost in
most institutions represented one
third of tho nnnunl expenditure. The
uvorngo dally food cost per patient
was $01141 Tho expenditures for sal
aries und wuges represented nearly
another third, being q 181 per day per
patient out of a total or SI CG9 Tho
fuel, oil and light cost was S0 20C per
capita per Ulem or about one-eighth
of . the total cost. ",
Tho dally cost In tho sevornl Insti
tutions ranged all lliq way from
10.010 per patient to ?2 055. In tho
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the nnblt of pajlng rtnt. Try to
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Homes for Sale
B-Room Home, Kalmuki $2000
5-Room Home, City 2500
8-Room Home, Kalmuki .... 3800
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Seven acres. House wilh
large living room, two- bed
room., garoge,' servant' quar
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All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
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cxcell in quality of work
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be the lowest in the city.
Examine them and compare
them with others.
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& Co.. Ltd.,
The office is open from 8 until 10!
on. Sunday mornings.
tvscd faffactSTlU'Mtirn, tt? chatcM
nrt'th-.t frJv-:M 3U ttlr Kct-RStl
ttnplemvnH for th t".nnj oT"i; In
in? Hi the'laM o. tiiclr o.lih tT'rtkt.
can bo no dodbt tlHl tho agricultural
Opportunities In the far west of Can
aJa line been greatly overrated
America still la Iho land nt hpportlin;
lty The men who had on Idea tint
they might become rich through pio
neering Ih a new country have hid
thflr oxperleiicn. They have pild tho
price Now they nre -willing tn get
hack to n land which has becomo dear
er to them through separation nnd
hard luck. While tho stny-rtt-homos
may feel Inclined to, berate the dls
lojal onei for leaving tho United
States, nevertheless thero Mil bo n
feeling of gratitude rivur the thought
that n number of bravo but misguided
citizens have been brought back to n
country which needs them.
NEGRO PROPERTY OWNERS
i i , - -
Ho"- rip'd h been 'he r'" of 'he
ii-Slo i i!i ' .n- , i - i fir
nn n prnpiii) otrnmfi en i ill the
South Is shown In mpubllcatlon of the
Atlanta Unlveritlty edlled by- Prof V
li nhrgh-irdt nn Hols.
'Ill l'JOO the total property lilted by
nefern cltlrenn In North Carolina
Amounted to 11,178,519; b 100S It hid
Increased tn fl.SSJMX, a ealn of 122
llil 1000 the total Assessed v'aluo nf
real cstnto und personal prnpcti)
owned by1 negroes In Vlrgtnln was
$li1,S.(l.70; In 190S It wns $4-.,C2S,3SC,
nn Inarcaso of nearly "C! per c'ont
In 1900 the nsneflsed value of prop
erty owned by negroes In Georgia wns
H,1IS,7.0: In 1903 It wns 127,042.072,
n gain nf ovei !)1 per cent
According to tho estimates of tho
American llconnmlc Association, "the
c.iirttln.?d ws.V.h of '.t" csfo,mcs '
ii U VitUd 3.. In AtCl?r.1 ''
:To"T-.'.e-v Vf'VY."', 1
'Jul ne'c"Tor; ltft -trp
.f ji.c thu utj r,..ctiii lii'.t tho
total property Owned tby nnegr,oefl in
190S wan mot loss than' JMa.900,000.
Thh In a relatively umal amount of
property In the aggregate, conslder
ln& the nnmbnra of the negro popula
tion, hut the rate, at which It haa been
'acquired nhdMhe condition of oteady
progress whlrti It Illustrates are of
pre.it significance, ,i n v'f'
' 1 p-
'Alexander-, Rntlierlnnd nykn., sfor
thrt'slx lyearii nearclBy,,rtrHini Ca
nadian Methodist foreign x mission
board, died In Toronto on the last
day of Juno
lames C. Ilrown, nrresled by tho
pollco nf Pnlrfleld, Colo., tconfessed
ho was nno of tlio two mon who held
up nnd robbed the Chln.vnml .Tnpin
fnst mnll near llenlcln, April 17.
-. . !
far West and Southwest, ns In Colo
rado nod Now Mexico and California,
tho cost was higher than In tho Uitst
In Now York und New England, being
$2 025 per patient as against 51-74S.
The total expenditures of tho thirty
Institutions wcro 11,303,953 28, whllo
the total receipts from nil sources
wero 11,548,525.74. Mora than 70 per
cent, of tho recolptu wero received
from fupds nnd prlvato benefactions,
only 28 8 per cont being from pa
tients States in another way, only t
35 per cent of tho total oxiiendltures
wero received from patients, tho re
mainder being m ado up from othor
Computing Hint thero nro In the
United States at least 300,000 Indigent
consumptives who should be cared for
In charltublo or seml-charltnblc senn-
torla and hospitals, tho National As
sociation estimates that tlio nnnunl
cost to the country for tho treatment
of theso persons would bo S'0,000,000
nt tho rajo of ll.COD per ilsy; per pa
tient At tho lowest posslbliiicstlmnto,
thu coiuit,ry loses IJOO.oOO.uoo it year
from tho Incapacity of theso Indigent
victims nf tuberculosis This would
meiiri a net saving of 1150,000,000 u
year to tho United States If all cn3os
of consuptlon who nro too poor to af
ford propor treatment In expcnsM
nsnatorla wero eartd for at tho ex
pense of tho municipality, county or
jlUtte. And tho nnnunl gain docs i.ot
Includo the. enormous saving that
would nccruo from tho lessened Infec
tion duo to thO soi'rogntoln of tho dan
gerous consumptive.) In Institutions.
Ilecnuso of drouth and failure of
crops, thousands of American farmers
nro leaving western Cnnada for the
United States. Whllo tho dominion of
ficials huvo nu Idea tbnt tho dlscour-
hi Jul J.ilil
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for sale at Waikiki 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved with a large and com
We nre authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur
chasers. Particulars and terms at our office.
"Don't Need To" Theory
IN A RECENT DEBATE AT BENO, MR. JAMES J. JEFFRIES
TAILED TO CONVINCE JACK JOHNSON. "
SOME SEVEN OR EIGHT YEARS AGO MR. JEFFRIES WAS THE
LEADING MAN IN IHS LINE OF WORK. BySINESS WAS;G00D AND
HIS PltOFIT? WERE BIG. ' ' " ' " '"
(HAVING ALL THE MONEY HE COULD HANDLE AT THE TIME,
HE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A REST.
TO BE SURE. HE PLANNED TO OET INTO THE HELD AGAIN
AT THE TROPER TlME.
BUT EVERYTHING WAS ROSY AND THERE REALLY SEEMED
NO GOOD AND SUFFICIENT REASONS WHY HE SHOULD SEEND SO
MANY HOURS A DAY KEEPING HIS MUSCLES LITHE AND"STRONG
AND HIS WIND GOOD AND HIS HEART AND NERVES IN TRIM.
EVENTUALLY THE MEETING OF JOHNSON WAS ARRANGED.
MR. JEFFRIES WAS STILL TOLERABLY 'CONTENT 'WITH WHAT HE
HAD DONE. " '
(BROTHER, A HAS-D0NE IS ABOUT AS BAD AS A HAS-BEEN.)
MR. JEFFRIES DID NOT CARE TO STAND UP IN THE TRAIN
ING RING AND PUNCH AND TAKE PUNCHES. HE DID NOT SEE
ANY NECESSITY OF PRACTISING SIDESTEPS AND TEINTS AND
RUSHES. ' ,h
HE XNEW ALL ABOUT THEM WHY, SEVEN YEARS AGO HE
HAD DONE ALL OF THAT HE EVER NEEDED TO DO.
JOHNSON DID NOT OVERLpOK THE BOXING AND THE WRES
TLING AND THE CLINCHING AND THE SIDESTEPPING, ETC.
AS A RESULT, JEFFRIES RECEIVED JOHNSON'S COMPLIMENTS
ON THE POINT-OF THE JAW AND HIS BUSINESS, CAREER CLOSED
ADVERTISING A BUSINESS IS THE TRAINING OF THAT BUSI
NESS. ADVERTISING KEEPS A BUSINESS HEALTHY.
IT TONES UP ITS LIVER, STRENGTHENS ITS BICEPS, STEADIES
ITSllEART AND KEEPS ITS NERVES IN ORDER. v ' ' '
ONCE IN A WHILE A MAN DECIDES THAT HE IS DOING SO
MUCH BUSINESS THAT HE CAN STOP ADVERTISING FOR A WHILE
AND RUN ON MOMENTUM.
MOMENTUM IS THE GRADUAL PROCESS TOWARD A FULL STOP.
THE MOMENTUM BUSINESS IS USUALLY PREMATURELY FULL
STOPPED BY'THE STRAIGHT LEFT JAB QF THE WELT- TRAINED
COMPETITOR WHO FINDS HIS OPENING IN THE 15TH'R0UND.
IF YOU WANT TO-STAY IN BUSINESS, STAY IN THE 'ADVER
TISING FIELD. '
NO MATTER HOW MUCH BUSINESS YOU ARE DOING, KEEP UP
ENERGY' THAT MAKES IT. '
YOU MIGHT AS WELL CUT OTF YOUR LEGS BECAUSE YOU ARE
RUNNING WELL IN A FOOT RACE AS TO CUT OFF YOUR ADVER
TISING BECAUSE YOUR BUSINESS IS TOO GOOD.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL TELL THE INSURANCE MAN THAT YOU
ARE SO'HEALTHY YOU WILL DROP THE POLICY FOR A FEW YEARS
AS TO STOP ADVERTISING BECAUSE THE ORDERS ARETILING UP.
"DON'T NEED TO" IS THE EVENTUAL PRELIMINARY TO
"CAN'T DO IT."
THE ONLY MAN WHO DOESN'T NEED TO ADVERTISE IS THE
MAN WHO HAS RETIRED TROM BUSINESS. ' "'
THE ONLY POLICY-HOLDER WHO DOESN'T NEED TO PAY HIS
PREMIUMS IS DEAD. ' . '
- MR. JEFFRIES DOESN'T NEED TO TRAIN ANY MORE. HE IS
LICKED, ' I ,
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