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EVHNINCJ ritfM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T It.. WEDNESDAY, AUO. 24, 1910,
This car will add
an honorable name
HE most valuable asset the
good name a good name
popular caprice, but has
done and wnat it lias been.
Fcr 1911, therefoie, our first thought our one and only thought
in fact has been to satisfy that widespread and implicit confidence
which always expects the exceptional from a Cadillac.
You are receiving now, we verily believe, the most advanced type
of exact and scientifV- motor car manufacture which the industry has
Please co-operate with your Cadillac representative by the earliest
TonrliiK Cur, Deinl-Toiinenu and
1 3Hiii i I'rlrrx Include tliu following -iiilpini'iit IIohcIi iii.iuikIii iiiiiI DvIcd
system, mi pair kiih lutnpM nnd geni'mtur One pair Kl.lt oil lumps nml
lull lainii, one liorn und net of limU, pump and repair kit for lire CO iulU
icaKn and trip Standard opi-eiloinctiT. Ilol-i' rail, full fool rail In tun
mail nod liulf foot rull In front Tire liolilcm
Local Association May Adopt Canons
Taken by American Bar Two
II Ik believed that at the next meet-
lllx of Hawaiian liar Association. I
wlUch vvllllm held un August 31. can-
oils of ethics for thenar will bo p'ro -
inn.il for adoption.
Tho matter was called to llio alien -
iron of tho bar association by Attor-
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nolo that tie sanio stanilanls of con-'
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duct w II bo adop ed ns those submit-
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Nidation nt Seattle In lltos and which, Trnde.
weio retried to tbr association liyl "wl',n ''''I Bore ushe,i, f"r tIlc
now Secretary of War DIrkliiMin. wolk' Mr leW"r bad bis chance
1). I.. WithliiKion as president of wltl1 olher' u,It " c,!llmt'1 lh''1 "
the local bar aisnclallnn npprows of l"ul,i "ot ,,e doIH! un,k'r t,,e "I'eclllca
n.n ,,.t,.i,ii. ..r ii. ,-,., r ii.iou tlons for the amount bid, and be
prnjHised and It Is likely that they
will he adopted unanimously by Hie
MeiuherK of tho committee which
proxented the code to American liar
Association were amopg the most pro
minent lu Hie legal nuM in tho United
Tin) canons state In ono part that
mcmlx-rs of the bar should use over)
influciico to keep moil frntii bring ap
poiiiUd lo the bench for merely poll
Ileal rearon, and' nlso set forth the
attitude of an ad meat p toward a jury
lu which It Is Mated that attempts -to-
enrry favor by flattery or pretended
hollcltudo thu comfort of Jurymen
tdiould not bo considered
In Humming up, a lawyer's duty If
set forth In the canons with thes
".N'o client, corporate or Individual
howexer isiwcrful, nor nny cause, civil
or iHilltlcul, however lmiHirtnnt. Is en
tilled to receive, n-ir should any law
yer render, any service or iidvlco In
xolxlug disloyally to the law whose
ministers wo are or dlsiespect of the
Judicial olllce, which we nro bound In
uphold, or corruption of any person or
persons exercltlng a public offlcn or
prlvattt trmt. or deception or betrayal
of thu public. When rendering mix
Biieh Improper service or ndvlco. the
l.i wj or luxltcs and merits stern nnd
Just condemnation. CortcsponilltKily
ho advances thn honor of tils prnfes.
don nnd I ho best Interests of his
client when he rcndeis service or
gives ndvlrc tending lo luipress upon
the client and his uudei taking exact
compliance with the strictest princi
ples of moral law. Ho must also oh.
.servo and iidvlse Ids client to observe
Hie Htalnlo law though unlit n sin
luln shall have been conntrued and
Infrpreled by competent udjudlcitlon
lu. Ik free und Is entitled to advhio as
In Its validity nnd ns lo what he on
M.'leiilloiisly believes (o ho Its Just
meaning unit extent Hut above all u
lawyer will llud Ills highest honor In
n ijiyirxud reputation for fidelity In
prlvnlu Iruit and In public duty, ns un
honest mnn mid ns n pit riot lo atijl Id
yal Hllxfii "
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1111,0, AUK H TlMU Him Hon id of
TWjl' In iMslllK up III" IIOIHllll lllsl-
lie m iMHivly idIiih In 'In MIIIyh
llMl It Miilm Hi illwiHH lli IhMiil
0l tumtitmr, ku ititi, wiiii uw
new luster to
Cadillac Company pcsscsses is its
which is not merely the tesult or
been earned by what the car lias
llondter (('otipp Sl'SIO, I.tinntixlt..'
- Young Co.,
reptlon, lluvvnlhina, because they had
not consulted the business men, is thu
attitude taken by Supervisor Norman
K. I.yman, who last vveik gue tho .
Tribune the following written state
ment expressing his opinions:
"Ever since the dajs of tho Mon
archy It bus not been found possible
to construct tho llonolll road Estl
nuites mado when the Territory had
control of the road gave n cihI of
CO,U0(l, and there was never avail
able cash. Two County Hoards hare
come and gone, former Itoad Hoards
bate puised and nothing was done.
Tho pieseut Hoard of Supervhsom
h11,'1'"1 "I'10 try," .' 0" M,lUtk,
"ml ,m"" "iV"", " . "i "' n".'.?1
the Hoard of Trade to vvoik a II lu
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"orf m ,tlw t"un1 y h"f!T u l
real object was to discredit tho Hoard
of Supervisors, which Is controlled by
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Huvvu inns, for undertaking such a
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larK Jb without lirst consulting the
made v protest Instead of bidding.
Since then, however, the work has
goue ahead, and now show a signs of
being nearly finished. So tliu next
movement of thu Hoard of Trade was
to say that we are spending too much
money on It nnd to claim that we can
not now complete It. This is simply
nn effort to try to discredit the pres
ent Hoard of Supervisors, und do a lit
tle political stunt fur their own ben
efit We should be glnd If tliu whole
Hoard of Trade would go Into thu bus
iness of road building nnd do better
Auto roads cannot be made by kick
ing, but they can be helped by coop-
EARL GREY. GOVERNOR GENERAL
GOING WITH MOUNTED POLICE
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I'm lliu piiipu'ju or lllvi':ilKulllii III"
.'Illinium or ii. inniiiiii'il I iiiiiiilliin
wllila Hi Mid i. iiiii or lludniili buy
ICuil Hint, Hie IIiiwiiiiiii (Imiuijil u
Him Dominion, lift irt oiimwD rui
M'liinliwjf, liimi wlilidi Mm In will
Iwvn fur i lin luiihlnml himIhi iim
tmiHltv lit WVIb4i of Hmj ikchI
On what was considered
Cylinder turn Inert used from Hi In
clu'S to 4',i Inches Tills, wltli inuip
cfriclciit rarlmrrlor, (Slohihler)
which In vviiter-Jnckeli-d, effects n
material llicreiixe in power Piston
ntroke, 4 '4 Inched
Tliu four cyllndcrx nro cnio (dimly,
Willi topper Jackets applied, rutnln
Iiik Hie uxtlimlvo Ciidilluc featmes
Wheel base Increased from llll lo I1G
InclieH, making the car easier thai,
Double chop frame, 2',4 in drop, which
makes ear net lower, and this with
the larger hood nnd more roomy
tonneaii Kieally improves the ap
pearance I, UK.'i: ItAllIA'IOH.
The radiator Ik Kllghtly lurger, hence
has greater coollnt: capacity Thin
l notwitliHlandlnK the fact that the
Cadillac n novor deficient In that
I'nll floating type. Tlmken roller
bearing rear uxlu. Thin In thu hmiio
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, MICHIOAN
. , Licensed under Selden Patent
cratlou nnd assistance. Had such n
contract ax that for thu llonolll Itoad
been awarded to n member of the'
lionrd of Trade, there never would
have been n kick, n protest, or even u
murmur can led by the wind.
"I admit that tills Is a largo con
tract, because it has three largo con
crete culverts and several cuts in the
banks from CO to GO feet deep. This
being the case, all-the more credit In
the present Hoard of Supervisors com
posed, with one exception, of Hawaii
I.yman added that If tho Hoard o'f
Trade wished lilin to do si(, he would
take up thu committee report on the
llonolll contracts Hem by item.
Forester Ilosnier left limt evening
in company with Frank Thompson for
I.inul, whvra he will plan .a complete
reforesting Idui for the Island.
The lessees of the inland plan to
bring lh.) Island up to Its full source
of fertility nnd as a means to this end
reforesting and planting will he done
lu a thoiough manner.
Mr. Ilosmpr will spend somu time
on the Island going Into tho detail
work of the proposed planting scheme
thoroughly before returning to Ho
nolulu. Ono thousand splendid books. Gf.c.
llrowu and I.von Co. Until xvo moTe.rioin San Francisco. This vessel will
Hindus nro now replacing the Jap-tn
unese us laborers In many of the t'al-
BULLETIN n PV
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a perfect Car in the:
xlo m ured mi' a number tif Amor
cu'h hltiheAt prlieil earn.
i.iiiiiKii iiii vki: minis.
More powerful broke, moie easily Rl
piled nml eie.iily lurn-nsoil elllel
ency. Continetlng and expniidlnc'
double nttlug brakes both equal
ized, TWO HlMTIO.N S STUMS.
Two complete, and Independent Igni
tion systems, each with Its own set
of Hpark plugs The two Ignition
system consist of Hojeh high tens
ion magneto ntid tiie new nnd Im
proved Dell (i system Willi slnglf
unit coll, high lelislou distribute!
und eonlrolllng relay Klthur sys
tem ulone Is elliclent for operating
All electrical wiring inclosed In cop
Copper manifolds aie used for water
inlets and outlets In the circulating
Catch may be removed In a ery few
minutes without disturbing other
MAY BE SHELVED
Supervisor Quinn Would Retire the
Present Band Leader on $100
Per Month Pension.
It la just possible that Captain
Hergpr of the Hawaiian band will
bo retired In n short whllo, If a
couplii of members of the Hoard of
Supervisors nave their way Super
visor Quinn Is credited with mak
ing the InlMal move toward the re
tirement of the man who has beaten
time tor tho bandboyB for ov'er
Hut it Is not nil so bad ns It looks
nn tha face of It. Althougb (h
drop which the captain seems t6 be
In for Is rather sudden, a mice soft
spot, in the shape of n $100 per
month pension, Is to bo prepared for
him to land on.
Supervisor Quinn bel'ovcs that tha
time bus come, for n ounger mnn
to take charge of the band.
MONDAY M0IIN1N0 should seo the
otilval of tho l'aclflc .Mali liner Korea
in all probability bo dlBpalched for
'Japan ports and Hongkong tho oven-
id the samo day. Tho Korea will
bring some cargo nnd n mainland
II mall The vessel will berth at Ala
ken wharf. Tho vessel sailed from
San Francisco yesterday afternoon.
OF CANADA? - .1
TO HUDSON BAy
niouiilcil pollen roilowiiiK ii lung
ip (ivi'ilnnd. Dim ilclnrliinent will
I'liiimrk In ciiiniDii fnr it i,ihi miiu trip
down ii Hidps nml nllmi' rlti'is llnw
ihk lulu Iim buy imidu l.imous by Hie
mippvrti ill nit 1 1 ' iMm Dim of Urn
lihniiw nIhiw ii iirlviiln if Hip inyiil
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1'AIIK Till:. TO.
l(,Is n Rood clean vaudeville bill
that Is being offered patrons, of vlie
eiieii nlr I'nik Theater this week
I'loiu Austinllnn thealilcnl clreult
comes tho talent that IMailnger Cong-
don has captured fur u btM seuson ii
Connie Marlnn Is n comedian ol
more tlinn nvernge merit, ills wit and
songs have caught on. Marina Is sooi
to lenvo here lor n tour of the States
He has made ninny friends during lib
brief stay In Hawaii nel. '
Miss Alum Lyndon (s duplicating
her rucccss achieved In the famou,
Itlckard circuit of Australia and New
Zealand. Her songs nnd chnrncto!
stunts nre greatly enjoyed,
In Ilanvard und Franklyn, thu l'ark
has n pair of clever people' who un
presenting not only acrobatic turni
but delve Into tb" realm of clean nnd
wholesome comedy-'iis iwcll. Ilanvard
comes from u louglltiQ of lllusjilouf
acrobats. The Hu'nvnrdh nro n by
word In the Far Hast and It Is theli
turns that proved the lifu of such
stnhdurd circus organizations at the
titzgerilld Viowh, lliirmstromu Unlt,ed
Circuses und the Flying Jurduns.
These companies have toured the Hasl
for years past and u visit without u
Uanvard would provo ubout us much
of a failure as ut'tmpllng lo give n
ifit-'coiirso dinner without seivlng do
spit Mnnaper Congdon mliiht enforce a
rule requiring his lady patrons to re
move their huts during tho icrform
mice. I.asl evening a number of three
und four-foot millinery lunnsirnnll'cs
served to almost completely block the
view of spectators who attended the
theater to view the pictures und turns,
and not the latest v-rlnkles In straw
nnd Imltntlon adornments. A kindly
tip or sugiipstlou thrown upon thu
scivi n would work wruders nnd serve
ns n reminder to the thoughtless or
suiii'iusi: at xvi:i,TV.
"The llnwulluu Surprise Party," a
Bbort sketch put on by Wise and Mil
ton tit the Novelty1 Theutcr proved u
delightful' surprise!" When singed for
the llrst tlnhV. Thcy"WerH assisted lu
tills" sk6teh by Oruce Thornton und
some Hawaiian singing boys. The
openlng'soilg "Sweet AlHnoa," is sung
by Kutu Mllltin. Following this the
audience (s treated to a view of the
ever beautiful Slurs nnd Stripes
blended together with tho flag of Ha
waii, llciu'atli the Hags nnd In the
center'Vtoo'd tirnce Thornton In the
renowned 'stilt of Undo Sani, Hen
'lse In 'uillforuY nnd 'Katie Milton
waving 'tho"lliiw-dllun' ling with the
chords sfiigfng titrd Waving their ban
ners" to the tune' of the Slurs nnd
Stripes. 'This: made Wise and Milton's
"Hiiwullun.Hurprlfa I'arty" one of the
grandest and most spectacular shows
ever attempted on n vaudeville stage.
.'receding this act nnd n thrilling
picture, 'Life Across the l'Inlns,"
Clarence Tlsdale, the wonderful ten
or, sung "Walt Till thu Clouds Pass
Ily." The singing of Mr. Tlsdale ex
cites the admiration of his hearers
and the huole part of tho Novelty
audiences Is greutly Increased during
A well balanced orchestra Is now n
feature that serves to udd much to the
program presented each evening by
Munager Overend, at the Hmplro The
uler. The organization Is under the
able direction of Mr. Hurry Well, who
for several seusons conducted the
'musical destinies of the great Hand
man Opera Company, Including some
, The Growing Demand for
attests its popularity
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
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their touts throughout tho Hast.
Thompson and tin: Desmond HlsleU
appealed In u new turn lust evening
Hint made' n bit with the audience.
The Indian costume worn by theje
clever nrtlsts greatly enhanced the
production. As usual the i.uiigs we.e
An n marked departure along the
Hue of late Alms, Manager Overdid
"i this week presenting n picture de
ilctlng the lumber Industrv In the
Ireat Canadian northwest Tl.o pro
pss of' converting huge trees Into
narketable lumber Is swern In Its en
tirety, the picture being both Inter
istlng ns well ns Instinctive
Tho opening of Oahu College will
je mi September 12. Tills innvo of
naklnj the opening ono week later
than usual has been- brought about
ay the fact that wllh such an arrange
ment will make tho Onhu College year
fit better, as regard examinations of
students with tho opening terms of
Hie 'colleges otT'tho Const.i
rrcslilenl Griffiths has been a busy
man for some tlmo past getting all In
readiness for the opening dnyr und It
would apiiear from the enrollment, of
Mudents that there will bo about all
tho,c6llegi) can' haudlu forithe coming
term when tho ojienlug day came
The! presidents In,liW.o'ffl$o 'evqry
Jny from 9 'to' 11 Ut ihe'.'ror&noon,
where parents may make arrange
ments for the admission of students,
Appointments may bo madu (or other
An addition to the faculty has been
mndo In the director of tha boarding
department. This teacher will have
direct chargo of the students In tho
dormitories and wlli"be coordinate In
power to tho principals, With tho
careful personal oversight of this tea
cher, the boarding department at the'
college will have an even moro efll
clent administration than before, Hm
est T. Chase, n graduate of Dpston
University, and n teacher with long
experience In Worcester Polytechnic
Institute, Milton Academy and Nichols
Academy, of which he was head mas
ter, comes this year to take the hsI
Hon. As 'Mr. Chase- Is .athletic ntid
lias had oxperlenco -In Y. M. C. A.
work, ho will bo valuable In the iKiys'
club work of the collego nnd In other
outsldo activities on tho campus nnd
In 'the community.
The following musical program
will' be glvnn nt Anln Ifark, com
mencing nt 7: SO o'clo.'k tills even
ing! March Ah'l We'.a Hergcr
SelectionThe Old Town (now)..
I , l.uders.
Selection Old Dutch (new)....
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by Ilergor
Selection Tho Arcadlaim (new)
Selection The Chocolate Soldier
(new) ... .'f Strauss
Finale Molokama Ilergor
The Stnr Spangled Manner.
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