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'' in the Territory of Hawaii.
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entered at the Ptntofhct At Ifonoiilu
u lecontl-class matter
' Manners are the hnnpy ways of
doinps thmRs. If they are superfi
cial, so ore the dewdrops, which Rive
'such a depth to the morninp; mead
' ows. Emerson.
AN11REWISM IN 1904.
11 In noi tin- tlrst Unto Ilia' l-nrrln
.Andrew, by misdirected nrtlvlly In
lucnl pulltii'i. designed solel) to fur
'tlicr lili own Ideas or a personal 111:1
.tltlnc, has esttunged thoughtful clt
' Ileus In tho Republic-mi party.
t Thu Andrew policy wan shown In
tli yenr I'.iOl when ho was Atlor
'noy (letierul anil I he name problem of
threatened AiulroWB hosslsm In n dlf
I'forolit form then nrnust-d tin- prolixin
1 of thoso with tlio bunt Interests of the
Republican pnrty nt heart- .U Jhal
time Andrew was ende.itorlng to op
'ernlo the Attorney Ccm-nil's utile e at
n cog In n pet scheme for a little priv
ate bureaui racy now lie Is nllempt
Iiib to build up a political dfctator
Blilp of 111 own while working foi
the Territorial Cehttal Committee n
-an oreanlier of precinct clubs.
, Ono of the strongest attacks on An
tlrowlsm In li'tft wan voiced by Col
onel Sopor, who. in the Dili lot In
of August 13, IW4, had Ilia foUOwlng
to sn)- about the plans of tlio thci.
Attorney (icnerul .
C11I. .1. II. Sniir, spuiklng of (lie
sllnalliiii prcM-iiti'it li) Alliirnr) ('cu-'i-nil
11dnns remaining In ufllce ami
M-'rilm: us thiilrmuii of the i'liurlh
IllMrlct Cniiiiiilllie suld tnda) :
l'Irst- In Hi) opiiitiui II N ilcroiT'
'iitorj (0 the dtiriill) of lih oi'ilcc fin
(lie i-lilif Inn ofllrer f the Cutt-rii.
tm t-11 1 to inTMiiiiillj cim-airc In filial
might he called Hard pollUc.
I .Seen ml Midi actlnii on hN Karl
-.strikes Ihc kc mile for his entire Mcr
piirtmciit, and, in a certain extent, foi
the uhole Vduiliilstratloii, liy riic-our-'nglug
c.irli -.iilmrdliintc 111 (lie belief
that political actltlt) a4 an nfllclnl
(not as a cltlciil N the surest mi) t(.
Increase his liiinirlum-c In the pari)
mid thus sreiii:lheii his hold nn his
posllluii, tiltliiuit nirard in the effect
It nut) luir on the pari) h) estrang
Int; luileiuiiilcut Miters nho are op.
Jiosed lo siiih iiKlhnds and billet e
that the cltll sen Ice niotcaicnt In the
Vnllcil Slates was a inoicinciit In tin
'Ihlrd-I bcllctc that the political
urtttli) of oi'IIcI.iIh In the tnrlmis 111 11
nlrlialltlcs of the Culteil Slates l
inalnl) responsible fur the iiultcrsiil
cnrrupllitu cxlstliitr ut the irt'scnt
time. I hate not read that Joseph V.
I'olk of SI. Louis tried to Increase lil-
polllhiil strcimth by usiui; the toto
and Iiillaciire of bis siilionlliintrs to
.-M'cure his personal doniliiaiiro otct
1 nil) p.irlt ulsir political ork'tililatluti
' hut his strenuous uctlill) In perform-
liic the dulles of Ms ofllce conipcllcil
(his nouiluatliin fur the ol'llce of (lot-
rriinr of the SUite.
I bate hvard mail)" cprcssims of
'iijilnlon from (oncrtnlltc hiislucsh
men In support of the forcirolin; t;cii-
MERE MAN IN FICTION,
Mrs. Chnrlotta 1'crklUB Oilman com-
plnliiH that tlio Hotel In principal!)
tin iii-r-nnnt nf m.in'ti liurRllIt nf wn-
;rjncn, ending with thu accomplishment
nt lila iloslrn in inurrv thn Indv of ht
Pr,elinlro. In thn nrefncu to "Man and
Buporman," on tlio other hand, Mr
.'fycrnnrd Slinw oxplnina that there Is
' .no such thing as a pursuit of woman
",by man; tliut thu chase Is really the
other way about, but bo artfully con-
iiucted ns tn inaKo ctery h-i Juan
1. 'Xnncy himself tho pursuer
i It Is u delicnto iiuurrel Into which
. ,to enter, but the Irish satirist at least
Jhasjead life. We tire drltcn 10 won-
line li' ft-o sltltnii litio pntrl tlt'n1o
lll.i IV HB iiltlin ( t yM MI'IB
U'or nuvtl mint le fotindvii ui on ilfo,
r!t. ii.A. ,ni .. i.. .....i .. ti'.. ,,-u
wR-I uivy Jtumu iiu iijijit.-iu, uf uiv tm-
JLO illlU II1U I IB 13 Ul U1741 OUlllH'l tillilU
ua; nnd lo Mr. Shaw, as well c to
f giealor ilillosopl.r'unil to po-u nnU
rs ltlrtArtftl,atla i taiaiaf niM9 tttla II f M II-
tilQiui iuho ut liiuu "bui una nit; uj-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ItT 51 Montfll . .Ho
Cn Vnr, anywtui t in U 3, l.no
Pet Year aajrwrtiert n Canada l.fto
Per Year loatpald, toieiftn 3.cwi
.AUGUST 11. 1910
pcnrit clearly to centre nbnut the
Eternal Woniuti. Where has Mr
(lllninn fonnd her llctloit which Is
nubvcrslvo not only of the universal
order but of the scheme of publish'
ers' prolltsf Can she Rite us a list of
f.torlte books In which, however os
luntallously the hem ma) lli:urc, It
Is unnecessary to seek the ImtoIiii-
Wo fear that Mrs Cllin.ili hat been
hlKh-tcliool-essalliK her stinraRlsl
friends; that she hat attained rhetor
ical sound at the expense of n slate
of things If novels were ns sho rep
icscnts them, her sox In general would
sooner go eternally without votes
(ban read them
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
President Taft Is entitled to much
credit for the steady- persistence with
which ho demanded that Congress
pass 11 good postal-snvlngs-bank bill
Without Ills eftorls nothing would
have been nccompllshed at this time
toward providing I ho American people
wltli government depositories for
Until tho President took nn nctive
taml In the matter the Important
vorlc of extending Federal aid to
ose who now lack- banking facile
.en was making little or no progress,
'ho Semite had passed an exceedingly
..ttilty bill, but tho Houso was not dis
posed to Improto IL Through Mr.
Tuft's efforts a new bill wits framed
In the House Committee on 1'ostof-
llces and Post Itn.uls, with the aid of
the TrciiMiy authorities. It wns re
viled In eat cut nnd ndopled as a par
ti mc,ti . -.
Thank? to Mr. Taft's watchful care,
and the relit Ity of treasury experts In
pecurln 1-t.cfiil features In tho bill,
It has come through Congress In 11
form thai foreshadows complete suc
cess for thu long-desired postal sav
ings system, llecittisu of tlio aid
which tho system will glvo tlio gov
ernment's Ilscal processes there Is
ood reason lo expect that constitu
tional objections will not Inlluence the
Supreme Court against It. Tho dan
ger of unconstitutionality was nvold-i
ed only by persistent efforts on the
President's part. In general, tho sys
tem, which will be put In operation
Ktr-.dimlly, In order that mistakes ma)
bo avoided, promises Important bene
fits tn the peoplo and the government.
It Is well thtt tho mcasuro per
mits large discretion on the part of
tho board ol trustees which is to nd
minister tho law. Tills board will
consist of thu Postmaster-General,
tlio Steretsiry of tho Treasury and tlio
Attorney-dtneral. I'tider tho binatl
terms of tho new law tho Hoard
vould bo ablo within a comparative
ly brief time to extend thu benefits
of got eminent depositories to all
communities wheio they nru needed.
That tho results will bo good not only
to tie. pcop'o i(rd tho govetnment but
also to the legitimate banking Inter
ests of the tountrv is undoubted.
MI'lHis of doll-irt now in hiding
111 coire Into circulation. Millions
that otherwise would havo gono
abroad for deposit In government
banks of other countries will remain
nt homo. Wildcat banking will inn-,
gulsh when coincident depositories
with tho guaranty of tlio got eminent
behind litem aro placed within tho
reach of all. Meunuhllo those, who
now deposit their monoy with Intelli
gent discrimination in sound pritnto
banks will continue to do so.
Tlio Ilepubllcan party and tho Na
tional administration aro greatly
strengthened before tho peoplo of tho
United States by tho passage of tho
PORTO RICAN TROUBLES.
Tho coffeo Industry of Porto Rico
Is In n bud way, according to it cor
respondent of tho New York World,
wha writes us follows-
"No longer has tho planter's dream
n silver lining ns ho sips his homo
grown coffee, for things tiro neither
Learn To Swim
You will never learn tn swim by
Blttlnfl on the shore, and )6ti will
never own a home If yott continue!
tho linbit of piylng fcnt Try to
swim. Hero aro opportunities:
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REACH FRIENDS BY
THREE OR FOUR DAYS AFTER
THEY HAVE SAILED I
Office Open Sundays, 8 to 10 A. M.I
what onco they were nor what ho '
hoped them to be. Jlo has thu samo
coffee and there's the trouble, lie has
loo much of It.
"Tho coffeo industry of this Islnnd
possession of tho United States Is In
a sad way. Monopoly of tlio Spanish
market In the days bcfon the Amer
icans tool: possession hero brought
great riches to tho coffi-o growers,
who fell xlctlms to their prosperity.
They Indulged In Itltirl( and ex1
trictagnnces at tho expiinso of thu soil,
nnd when thn Spunlsli. protection
ceased both the plantors 11 3d tho plan
tations weio poorly propuivd for com
petition with other cofleo-growlng
countries. At present tho most anti
quated methods are In use.
"Itccently tlio Nntlonstl Coffeo
drawers' Association sought to estab
lish nn agricultural bank, tvhlch was
to lend money to planters, so they
might pay thqlr debts und gnt modern
C arri.' ut
The only available Beach Prop
erty on tho. car line.
We havo for sale at Waikiki 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
veH improved with a large and com
Wo anc authorized to offe'r this
property as a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-oot strips to sut the pur
chasers. Fartfccvflars and terms ut our of-,
U l?Jrt aud
cxccll in quality of work
manship. Our prices will be found to
be the lowest in the city.
Examine them and compare
them with others.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
equipment foi their vast ncres, but
the si heme lias not protcd uttractlto.
Tlio promoters haW) sold only $100,0l0
.. ..ti. ..- ...... V. il.v ti.nl iiliitim-il tn
null,. III l.li, nivj ...... k......... ...
sell Sl.OOO.OO'j. It nt least tir.O.OOO
more In not obtained within a month
tho undertaking will bo abandoned.
"In tho ine.intlmo younger men arc
acquiring colteo plantations nt bank
rupt prices nnd converting them Into
fruit farms and sugar plantations,
whllo many tin old tlmo planter of
wenllh Is working In tho Ileitis that
once he owned.
"From 1&3.778 ncres, tlio Island of
Porto Illco last yenr producba 28,189,
230 pounds of coffeo, which tlio Porto
lllcnii thinks Is tho best that grows.
It was 7,000,000 pounds less thnn tho
preceding year's crop. Most ft It
still goes It HpnlJi, for only J20.1U
pounds was taken ' by tho United
Slates last year.
'"From Dariclonn comes tho dls-
l heartening Inttlllgvitce that Ucalers
Merchant Strcrti H
go 1 Ak9U
there aro tarof '.Is? crTs? 'rcn o'.h?r
latid' ar.4 ". "'t? :t STotz 'r. "jr o
tUru " An Srv ' TTOi " Ul "M'
of l.fo'i.Yi, i,(, 1 : 4 : : . . t
other South nnd Central American
countries have enormous yields it
would Beem that the Barcelona mer
chanth were not belnfj put lo hard
clilps In working their trick
"Earlier In their troubles tho Portb
means appealed to tho United fitaton
to put n protecting tariff on roffee,
ns had been onlnjed under Spanish
rule, but this wns refused. llx-Pres-Ident
Uoosevelt was pievalled upon
to Klyn n boost to Porto lllcnii cnlfcn
by using It nt tho Wliltn House, but
eten this did not turn tho bends of
coffca drinking Americans. Then,
when the Insular (lovernment de
clined to lend trensttiy funds fo the
planters, their cup of bitterness oVf
Ilowed. "Porlo nienn coffen fetches from 12
tn II cents 11 pound, but the grower
gets only from eight to ten cents."
According trf n letter published In
tho London Standard from Its St
Petersburg correspondent, tho Husso
Jnpaiiese contention Is welcomed by
tho Hitsshiu press. In tho courso of
an Interview with n high nlllri.il. the
hitter said that tho contention merely
put on reiord tlio situation which luid
been arrived' nt In tho course of
friendly negotiations between Japan
nnd Itussln. "Japan," ho laid, "Is
satisfied that wo have no Intention of
undertaking n rcvniicho; wo nro satis
lied that Japan does not deslro to ex
tend bur ncittIsltlons nny further
I'.'ich of us, however, lit determined to
maintain what etch has gained Our
Interests lire, thctefore, Identical In
Manchuria, nnd this Instrument i- tho
outcnino of our Joint deslro to main
tain tho stntus quo now existing ac
cording to treaties and ugrcements
of Ilussla with Jitian, and of both
powers with China regulating the
status of this part Of the world. The
convention Is not aimed ut anyone
else, and merely secures the continu
ance of tranquility and peace. It was,
of course, communicated to the nlllcs
' of tho two contracting parties, France
nnd England, nnd It may be taken as
another guarantee of the peace of the
Referring to tho American propos
als of Mr. Knox ho said that tho Hus
slati government considered that they
had the right to bo consulted, "If not
Ilrst. at any rate not last, on the prop
osition to neutralise Manchurlan
railways" He further pointed out
tint 1' ' I ml ipcrlml tu-biir.inces
l.-o 1 1 1 Stutea that the dIJ
1 r-. sec
illtnl objects, but tire
... , ,
' -erely Intt.iuled In thu commercial
un -ono.-: .2 problems in tnai pari 01
tie .ilii. He considered, however,
that ui tar ns Ilussla was concerned,
tho proposed lino train Chln-Choit to
Algttn would merely become of eco
nomic vuluo If Jollied up to tho nusso
Manchtulan line, n courte which they
found Imposslldo to nllow because
Ilussla would thereby ho thicntcncd
both politically and strategically, not
only In Manchuria but possibly to the
north of the Amur river, In Russian
territory. With rcgurd to China's as
pirations nfter economic development,
ho declared that Russia wns In sym
pathy with her, but they were unable
to recognlzo tho economic vuluo of
this lino to China unless It Joined
their lino. Further, ho declared, that
ho was ttnablo lo understand why
China wns so eager to build Just In
this direction slncu according to the
treaty sho has tho right to purchase
tho Manchurlnn lino In 3.r, years, while
tho b.tmo would, becoiuo her property
without puiclinso In 70 years time.
lie pointed out also Unit Russia had
consented to China building a lino
from Peking via Kitlgmi und Urgst, to
Join their great Siberian lino cast ot
Uiko Uulkul, which was teally not In
tho Intoicsts of Russia "Hut," ho
said, "wo aro willing to make somo
concessions to our filendshlp with
China In this mitttor."
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" AT THE
True to Its nnmo, tho Novelty Tho
ntor will olTei- a most novel art to
night. In fifteen pilnules tho Wlse
Milton team will glvo "Uncle Tom's
Cabin," with nil tho leading tharac.
ters portrayed. Tlio cuts will bo
made In tho dialogue. If for no
other reason than to see how this
drnmatlo play can bo rendered In tha
time, the Novelty should be worth
visiting somo time during tho' rest
ot this week. Two popular songs
will bo sung. Miss Milton will sins
"I'm Ruga About You," nnd Wlso
will ting for tho first tlmo "Mini
Your Own Iluslness and Let Other
Peoplo's Iluslness Alono."
Tho ultimate consumer has it
stomach for tho fight between thu
Reef Trust and butchers, nil right.
"fllood will tell," said tho roan who
shaved himself and didn't want peo
plo to know It. Boston Transcript.
yjafBULlXTIN ADS PAV2
LOEB HAS TWO O. KS
NOW SEF-KING A THIRD
NP.W YOIIK, Aug 2 William I.oeb, Jr , has hnd tho O. K of Presi
dent Taft mid Colonel Itoosotelt for tho
All Mr !.oel needs now Is the O K of
ami it mnjorlt) of tho Kmplre Suite
lliiglies"job That Mr lieb Is going to hate mhiio trouble getting the
Indorsement of tin- Uepilbllcuil state committee is giuiianleed by some of
the nlitl-Taft-Hnosetelt Iteptihllcnn innchlni- leaders. In the meantime Mr.
Uieb has had conferences with the President mid tormer Prosldcnt und Is
busy collecting duties nt tho Now York custom house, searching return
travelers' trunks nnd getting himself unpopulur with various society folks
who object strenuously to dlsplu)lng their garments over 11 ten-acro steam
LOSES BRIDE ON
Dr. 0. B. Bowlby of Los Angeles
Searches Vainly for Her for the
' Past Tour Days.
SAN ritA.NClSOO, Aug. 2. -l!c-wildcringly
nnno)lng nro tho piunkh
1 hat lillle Dan Cupid has plaved
upon Dr. (leoiito II. Ilowlhy of l.oa
Angeles und Ills bildti slnco then- a'"
rival licit! last Friday on 11' honey
moon trip. So upset Is tho urldo as
the result of their cxpcileneu that
shu Is under the care of n physician
In her apartments at tho P.tlaea
Hotel, and It Is doubtful whether
tho couple will bo nblu tn continue
their Journey to Honolulu today.
Mrs. Ilowlhy was lost on Monday
night, acconliiig to her husband, and
fit was not titiill esteiday inorulns
that ho wns ablu to llud her. The
services of strangers wero necessary
to discover her, ho says. Duilnglicr
uhsenco he continued 11 vain search
thiough the night, pacing tlio street j
and driving In tnxlcalis hither und
thither in the hope ot finding her
Tho bride of four days meantime
wns searching for him, ho says, fran
tically using telephones, messengers
and taxlcahs to lo-nto her husband,
front whom she becamo separated ac
cidentally In a downtown cafe. Yes
terday morning both enlisted tho aid
of others, and wero reunited. Tho
bride Ik on tho verge of 11 cnllapso
us the result of tho trying ordo.il
whllo thu bridegroom s.tju that
never was ho so distracted.
Her Fifth Exncrience.
.Mrs. Ilowlhy, until her innirlag'
In Oakland last Friday, was Mis
Ida A. McNIsli or l.os Angeles. l)r
Ilowlhy Is 11 phji Icl.tti, and nlso rc
tldes In tho tuuthcru city, lie nr
rlted In I.os Angeles soveii months
ngo from Alaska, and for n few
months was employed ns surgeon on
tho aqueduct. Tho last niarrlago Is
Bald to ho Mis, HuwIlD's (Iflh mat
ilmoulnl expei liihio.
As a result of tho next to lli hist
one, by thu death of tho lat-5 '..
inented McNtsh, sho Is said to hate
Inherited 11 fortune of' something
over ?100,000. Tho uinulngo license
that was issued In Oakland shows
thu groom to bo CO yojrs of ngi
and tho bride two years his Junior.
Thoy nrrlved nt tho Palace llolel
last Fifday, soon after tho wedding
ceremony. On Monday ovcnlng I bey
wont to dlnnor to tlio Raj Sta'o les
taurnnt on OTurroll street, between
Mitbon und Powoll streets. Aftor
dinner they became beparnted In
somo Inexplicable way, lu-cordlng to
Dr. Ilowlhy, and lost each other.
They had 1 pa lined to sail this
morning for Honolulu,1 whero they
Intended to remain for several weeks
before letuililng to I is Angeles. Hut
It la doubtful If Mis. Ilowlhy will
havo recovered sulllciently lo permit
her to attempt Iho Journey. She
was commanded by her physician
jesteuloy to lcnialn In her npurt-
goteinorshlii of Now York State.
tho Itepuhlieali Blate coilVClitlon
(iters Thin ho can hao (lovernor
I incntrt and, until n
' night, iter condition '
lato hour last
Immediately after tho dinner lit
the ll.ty Slate. It Is said. Dr. Ilowlby
cxcusedilmsoir for n moment. In
stead of letuililng Immediately ha
met 11 friend. It Is said, who pre
vented I1I111 from doing to. His
bride, ho ilei tared 6stcrday, waltel
for him nml, thinking ho undoubted
ly would go to the Pnluco us soon
as ho had attended to tlio business
that detained him. stmted for (ho
hotel. Shu was unacquainted with
tho streets, however, nnd, accord
ing to her husband, becamo l03t In
the mnzo of lighted thoroughfares.
Sho continued tin; search, ns ho did.
hut It was not until jestcidny morn
ing, ho s.ijs, thai they weio re
united. ROOSEVELT'S DROTHEn.
IN-LAW FOR GOVERNOR
WINSTF.D, Conn., July 30. Rear
Admiral Cuwics, retired, of Farming,
ton, hiotlicr-ln-Inw of Colonol Roose
telt. Is now prominently mentioned
us u possible candidate for gotornor
011 tho Republican ticket this fall. His
naiiio beams on tin political horizon
slnco Ilia fact hecumo generally
known that Clmilcs A. (loodwln ot
llaitford, who is seeking tlio nomina
tion, is a near iclnllto of J. Plcrpont
Mm gun and n illtcctor of tho Now
Yaik, New Hitteit und Hartford rail
road. Kveiol.. J, l.aku of Hartford,
who wiib it football player nt liar
void, Is also making a determined ef
fort to laud the nomination.
It takes n woman 11 long tlmo to
make up her face, because sho must
Ilrst make up her' mind ubout It.
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