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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, AUG. 20. 110.
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CHITFON CLOTH In Black, White, Pink, Old Rfl3c,
Navy, Reseda, Copenhagen and Light. Blue.
WOOLEN SUlXINQS In Copenhagen, Brown, Tan, WU
tatia and Greys. All in Suit or Skiit lengths.
BROAD CLOTH For Evening- Cnpcs: an extra fine
quality with a silk finish. Come in Old Rose, 1'ftwn,
Grtien,. Blue and Grey.sfT
ORIENTAL REPPA new fabric for Coast Suits. Come?
in White and all the fashionable colois. 05o per yaid.
EMBROIDERED SWISS FLOUHCINGS Willi Bands to
match. Some exquisite designs are shown here.
NEMO CORSETS New styles to suit all figures. This
corset is noted for its comfort.
LACE, CURTAINS Direct from the Eastern mills; in
Arabian and White, with plain net centers and richly-designed
borders. Splendid value; $2.25, $2.75 and $3.75
TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS In Green and Brown
effects. $3.25 to $5.
PILLOW TOPS We are showing a pretty new line of
Pillow Tops, in addition to the many other artistic show
ings of our Ait Department.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner' Tort and Bcrctanin Streets Opposite Fire Station
Everybody Is Now Using
The demand for oar improved appliances ,has taken
such a Jump that ws need mere worn,
New commodious premises are now being remodeled,
and we move nbout the mitjdle of August corner Alakc.i
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea,, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
CONSERVATION IS THE WORD
WOULD ACT NOW AND WAIT POR BETTER LAWS.
ey Carry Their Own Proofs
I Klrst. Shall thn remaining natural
resomcos belonging In tho !o em
inent, that Ih to tho Peoplo of- tho
I United States, lie administered In no.
rnnlanco with the licit modern
I thought. In tho Interest or llio Nation.
or xlinll tlicy continue as In tho ji.iHt.
j to bo exploited uuilcr laws thnt ad
mittedly work to the benefit of spo-
' dilators mid adventurers nnd often
I lend tr sollntlon ind graft. The ne
cessary corollary to nil effective nt
tempt In handle the natural losources
' for the licncflL of Iho iio"ili Is that
where tile existing laws me iiurulted
or InsuHlclent to secure the desired
ends, new legislation must lie enact-
ed by Coiirices that ttliall enable such
icsults to bo attained. This Is tho
question now before Congress.
I Second. OrantliiK that It Is deslr-
' nblo thnt the lomnlnlni; natural re-
1 sources bo Iiuinlled In ti moro system-
' ntle mid lean wasteful manner than
tboy havo been In the past, or thnn
they can bo under existing lawn, shall
tin ntlltudo of tho executive officer
charged wtlh Ibclr administration bo
Tlilnl. And thin l.i t-f ,ill the Mr
question, for pubtlo opinion lint now
1ioc.ii ho nrouscd (hat ftw thinking
men nro willing to ho rkmieil ns
countenancing tlm eonlliiued waste of
our tiiitiiful ichoiiicor anil Hie Keeoild
iliiestlou Is 111 tho last anal) sis, nftur
all but n phaso of this larger quos
lion this third question Is then. 'Tor
whom nrc the natural resnuices to be
oxplollecl?" 'Aru they for Hie crmnti
enl benefit mid coulluued use of nil
the people, or tiro the to go to swell
the private fortunes of n few greedy
corisirntlnns? On the ronliol of the
rcmnljilng natural resources, more es
pecially of tho coal mil iho water
powers, la going to depend pretty
largely tho outcoroo of the question,
who Is to determine the future dvel
opniont of (ho country? Is the control
to rest with llio pcopie or with n
merciless monopoly? This question
theieforo really resolves Itself Into
the still greater Isstio, Is this nation
to bo managed by nu n Tor liutiian
welfare, ur by money for profit?
Certainly if we can show
you a line of garments that
cannot be surpassed in the
market for the price you
will want to see it, won't
We've established our
claims proven to the buying
public that we have the right
kind of clothing at the right
kind of prices.
If- you are wise in your
time you will put us to the
test make us prove it.
Prices range from $20 to
The ideal non-grcasc, non
Makes copies as clear as
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
that Of tho strict constructionist, who) Re"nl Events.
nays In effect "la there nny express
and specific law authorizing or direct
ing such action?'' nnrl who having
found nono, docs nothing; or tho nt
lltudo advocated by tho law otrtctis
of the lloosovclt administration who
To return now to the events of re
cent history. Just prior to going out
of olllco Stcretury tlarllold set apaii
under an order of temporary with
drawal some 3,(170.000 acres of public
l.ind controlling water powers
I When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
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LXATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re
moves thu cause. Used tho world over
to euro' a' cold in one day. 15. W.
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I'MUS ItEDIClNIS CO, Sulnt Lui, U. S. A.
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Bald "Is tboro any Justification In law; inroiiKiioui 1110 esi. iiciiik a uiuiik
for dolns this deslraldo thlnK?" and orucr uio ioiui ureu necessuriiy m
havliiB soiiRht and found n letral JitEtl- eluded many small areas of private
ncatlon. does what the public Kood de- land, which hcln;; owned In fee slm-
mands bo done. As. Mr. lMnchot ej-ple nv inmviuuais oiiwousiy coum not
pressed It In his Now Orleans Bpccch 1 be ftffcclul by tho willulrnwnl, al
last Nm ember, It Is "tho first duty Ihnur.h ombniccd within tho total area
or a public olllcer to obey tho law covered by the order. Soon after
but It Is his second duty, and a closo conilns Into olllco Secretary Uallluiwr
second, to do ovorjthhu; Iho law will revoked this order nnd turned back
lot him do for tho public flood." I Into llio class or land open for entr
It Is on this jiolut that tho differ- a considerable part of tho nroi that
enccs or opinion between .Mr. nuchal had been withdrawn. This led to pro
aml Secretary linlllngcr chiefly hlnse.' tests rrom the Torest Service and oth
nirtirt of courso from any porsonal con-1 crs, as the result of which, nrter some
slderallons that may Im'v come In on delay, a portion or the orlslnat nroi
pinr side. Sir. llalllnKer Is a stilct waB asaln withdrawn. One of tho eon
1 constructionist, who whllo ho declares, tonllons mado in reunrd to Bccretarj
1 Iilnihrlf to bo stronffly In favor of llalllnKer Is that the opcnhiB up of
Conservation, holds that until tlic.ru menu innus sine unnecessurj- opiwr
is npecinc law so to direct him. ho tunlty to certain corporations to make
may not IcRally tako action, desirable IllliiKs on land controlling streams
thoiiRh such action nilRlit bu. wr.'irom which ujuruoienm-.u iwisi
nnchot lakhiff tho oilier Bland, RayHicim he doeloped. About this llmo
that unles3 tho present laws Hpecltl- too. pecrcl-iry IlullIiiKcr .rmokctl nn
cally forbid ilnliiK thin dcslrablo thine. urranKcniont between tho llureau of
which la ndmlttedly fbr tho public! Indian Affairs and Iho I'oi est Service
Kood let us, whllo worklnB to bcI ne-v whereby tch forest lands bcIouRlnt? to
and belter laws enacted. lalct suih certain tribes were helm; inanuRcd for
...,.i,... .. it. linn with tho irener.il1 the bi nelU of the Indians by tho train
i..tnr i.r tl'm wholo body of llio luw.'cil men of thoTorest Service, under
as will saroRiianl the public liiteicsts I forest leRulatlona. Thq Secretarj
., ,., i .innenr. Ofti It ban-1 claimed that this transler of authority
-pans that to be effective Hitch action I was not permlasible. nlthoiiKh It 'had
must bo taken without delay. Whllo proWnusly bein approved by Iho Boo-
wo mo wnltliiK lor new laws to bo rctnries or Asricuiuiro anu oi uio in
enacted the land. Iho coal or the water teller. This nt lion led In moro III
powers may be permanently lout to1 feellUK beteeu tho Depirtmtnts
tho People, beyond rewcry. Are we which was still further added to b
not Justllled then, in uhiir such umiiu'uu- "wih ......... ... ....n.. .., ....
as we now have presidential orders.. 1. It. Ulavls, Chief of the Kleld Olvl
temiiornry withdrawals and tho like. , slon. of the l.nnd Olllcp, that tho high
until wo can itet better, inovlded al-'olllelals of tho Interior Department
I..,. .1... MUm inki-ii Is in lino' were unduly favoilnsMho rlaliiunli. of
Vm. tlw. Hnirit of the law and Is for certain iiliiabl c-oul ijnds In Alaska
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1111' V IL.11III!,1!UI1I I luiiun.
I'lnchot Hecrotary llalllnRer and Jlr.
I'iuchot havlni; crossed swords a few
dajs en tlt-r ut Iho IrrlRallon Con
gress at Spokane, nnd at other mcet-Iurs.
tho public Rood.
Last Three Days Men's $S.OO Shoe Sale
Though the sizes are somewhat broken after the heavy
selling of past few daysmany of the best styles and
sizes are still here. Ijt will pay you to step in
and try to be fitted. $4, $4.50, and $5 values
in Men's Hign Grade Shoes at $3.00
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
Tho Rlst of this matter W that within
the boundaries of ono of Iho National
forests In Ahiska nro hlkhly valuable
coal fluids Many of tho entries made
on these lands aro suspected to hnvo
fraudulent. throuRh dummy entrymen
and tho like, but thu claimants wero
prcsslm; for tho Issuauco of patuits,
Subsequent to his reslRnallo iiur Land
Commissioner and lulor to Ills up-
1 polutmeiit lis Hecretury. Mr. nhllliiRer
had lv" rotalnod as tuuusel for the
CiiuiilnRham Interests. llrieny liinMs
chaiRcs aro that on his retain to of
flco the Secretary unduly faorcd
those cljlmiints. Mi-, lllavls submit-l.-d
his tbarRes directly to tho I'n-sl-dent,
who In a Ioiir and curefnllj
woidnl letter. Issued hi Seideuibui.
htiiu 1 thai he failed to flinl Hit
ilmittea Bubbtanllaied. AccnidliiBl
lie i Miner atel Sosrotary Uulliuger of
nil blarao. Oluvls was. theieupon ills
misBeii fiom tho mibllc etrvlce. At
tlie sain lime 1'n-i.ldetit Tuft IsBiied
a inter enUorsliiB thu policy of Mi.
liver slnco the early summer Col
liers Weekly, In company with two
or threo other maRar.nes, hud Useu
wiiRlnt; u campalRit of Increasing hos
tility iiRalust Secrctar) llalllnRer.
This apparently culminated In nu nr
ilclo by Olnvls, puhlUhod diirliiR tho
iiilutnu. In which ho reiterated his
clnirccH tiRalnst tha hlehcr ofllclals of
tho Interior Department, when for n
i tvhllo IhliiRS eeeincd to unlet down
In December Secretary llalllnRer Is
Mtcd his annual iqxirt In which he
recommends far rcachliiK leRU'iitUm
iu faor of Coui.eratlou. Indeed his
macestlons nro ' In practical neeird
with tho' most advanced utterances
ur tho extreme cons$rvatlnnlslg. the
essential points recommended being
thn systematic classification of the
public domain, now coul laud laws
tho repeal of tho 'Tlinorr and Hlnno
Acts," Iho amendment of tl.o CireJ-
ct, and a coiuprehenslvn outline of
i law for tho control and admlnlstra
lion of water power sites.
Hut tho stream thoiiRh c.ilni on tho
uirfaco was trnublotl. Criticism Mf
.ho Interior Dapartinent did not ccasO,
and flnal'y in December tamo tho de
mand for an InteatlRiiilou. After r
Irqious debate In Consress tho scoio
of this invHllK'lon was widened tii
includi t'jo I'oicst Service In tho ARrl-
tultiir.il Department as well as llio
Department of the Interior. Whllo
ihe ppliolntinciit of tho liivestliialliiB
comnilttco was under dlscnsslou u
roncress. a letltr from Mr. I'lnchot
vas read n Iho floor of tho Semite
by Senator Dolllier of Iowa In which
Mr. I'lnchot In defeudlUK two of his
subordinate officers III tho Koiest Hc
lce, Mr. Overton W. 1'ilce, Assocl
uto forester, nnd Mr. A. C. ShnW,
Law Olllcer, both of whom had beli
active In UeeplliK U tho llRht for tjio
retention by tho tiovernment of tho
CunniiiRlium claims, openly champion
ed OlavU as a "most viRorous do-
fender of tho peoplo's Interests." This
letter led rrcsldent 'init, on January
7. to dismiss Mr. I'lnchot. together
with Messrs. I'rlco nnd Shuw. from
tho Forest Service on llio ground of
A fow ilnya later tho President tran
smitted to ConKi-ess n slioilK message
In faior of Conservation, recommend
Inir that the suRKestlon In Secielury
llalllnger'i. iusirl bo irrled out SI
miiltaneousU bills prepared under the
'lliectlun of tho 1'rCbldenl wero In
troduced Into Congress Theso hills
aru now awaiting action, being Items
mi Iho progrnm ot legislation adiooat
ed by thoidmlnlstratlou. Tho moro
Important bills meet with tho approv
al of tho leadliiB exponents of Con
servation and whatever tho outcome
of tho present Investigation of tho
Interior Department, ought to bi;
enacted Into law. As has alroady licen
pointed out the revision and nmeiul
nunt ot tho existing mws relating tn
the natural lesouices is of ihoitiuiiit
Importance mid must not be lost
high I of In tho' dust raised by 'iho
fddo Issues of this controversy.
President Tnft has repeatedly
shown his belief In tho principles qf
Coust-rvntlon. A further ovldcnco of
his nttltndu wna the. nprolntmeut (ti)
succeed Mr. I'lnchot) ns Torester of
tho Agricultural Department, of Henry
S. Graves, Director of tho Yalo Pur
est School. Umiuestlonably next Ui
Mr. I'lnchot Pi of. Univt'ii is Iho mo-it
prominent forester In tho United
States. Prom his training, experi
ence nnd long and Intlmato associa
tion with Mr. I'lnchot In foiest work,
tho Nation may rest assured that un
der Mr. drnveg not only will tho Na
tional foicMs bo.unnely nnd efficiently
administered but ulso that tho poli
cies inaugurated by Glfford I'lnchot
r.iu no cmiuiiie-ii Mini ciirrieil tun,
This brings thn mailer down to
dale, lor tho investigation of tlu In
tel lor Department now going on In
Wiihhlugton does not fall within the
scopo of this paper. The questions
Hide luvolied nro bit incidental to
tho main problem that now watts t'o
bo settled; thry coiuiUtulo only a
small part of tho Conservation con
troversy, Until llio ImcBtlgallou of
Iho Interior Department Is completed
tho conservative thing Is obviously
(o susMind judgment on tho Secretnr)
of tho Interior, for before the Investi
gation Is over there should bo ample
opporttmlt) for nil tlm facts to In
mado known. It ought however t
bo said thnt to gel at tho Irmh il
tho matter oiio hhoulu rely on u htudy
of tho full report of tho hearings and
not on tho faulty uipl often garblejl
accounts that app:m .i the newspaper.
It cannot too often bo said (hat Iho
real questions ul Isnio aro llieso:
Plrst- Shall tho remaining natural re,
soluceg l-o conserved? And tccrtniP,
If to, shall tlity not bo administered
for the benefit of nil Iho people rather
than for Ihe hbo and profit of grood
monopolies? These nro the questions
that are b'foro Congress; the' Issues
that confront the Nation. Unlets nc,
lion Is taken, uud that speedily, dani
age will bo douo that will bo (rro
luiable. Unlebs new laws me enacted
tho coal, phosiihuto deposits, iiihu'r.iU,
oil and water powers remaining In
public ownership will pass Into priv
ate control and bo lost forever to tho
peoplo as a wholo. Tho lssuo Is one
that touches tho u'ry Ufa or tho Na
tion. Tho time for action Is now.
It Is tho duly of overy man to bp
uwukv and lu do his pa it. ,
THE WRITING OF
Correct spacing In writing a for
mal Invitation or acknowledging obo
bespeaks good breeding. Tor exam
pie, in rormni communications no
word may be divided. If all sylla
bles can not go oil one line, the word
must be begun on tho lino below.)
This Is a rigid and Inflexible rule. "
tho only creator solecism:-being -to
divide a proper name. To do this-'
Is absolutely unpardonable.
Thereroro to havo Invitation or
acknowledgment, be it regret or ac
ceptance, look na It should, caro
miibt bo given lo spacing, formar
glni uu both. loft, n lid right 'sides
must bo conformed to, although that
on tho right may bo a trifle ragged
In line. Yet tho more perpendicular
this can be mado tho better, and; by
writing n draught nrst tho commu
nication, when copied and Boat, J(M
Another point to bo adhered to Is
that proper names shall bo on Unea
by themselves. Just aa'ln encracd
invitations, although there Is mora
latitude In this. Tho word "accept"
or "regret" may bo on the ffrst lino
with tho namo or names of- tho&o.
writing or sanding, but under -no
circumstances ni.iv a word nrfiili4
n namo on a Hue. Whatever Is writ-l
tun Jictoro must go on the line above.!
No lino of a formal communli-a-'.!
tlon may begin with the. word "and," J
or, Indeed, any conjunction or prepo- i
sltlon. When wording; requires' the, 4
lit-o of Biirli, spacing Is always
arranged wj tho small word wl
the last on tho line above, and
fort should bu mado to make each .
lino read na a phraco unbroken, i9
"accept with pleasuro," Instead ot
"accept with," on one lino, "pleai.
uro" neginning tne lino bciovy,
Also It In Imperative that an llif
vltatlDii or acknowledgment written:
In tho third person shall ho keptjOiv
the front page. Etiquette does not
npprove of carrying it, over to thai1
fourth, nnd with planning this can.
always bo, done. UetUr use a large
t-hect, limiting tho phrases to.thjv,
first page, than a smaller ono, andA
turn tho nace for the finish. "' IB
Pormal communications alwrtys
havo tho dato written la lull at thoi"
lower Icft-hund corner. ''"j
i to bo--2
Palmer Wood Is mentioned as a pis
slblllty for the offlco ot county trva'
surer ot Hawaii. Ho Is looked uikuT9
as Iho only man who can give IjalivfS
sea me present incumocnt a narairoisi
for tho office. As a Democrat, 'Wood
Is considered a bli-ong mun for tho:
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