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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 28, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
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inp J Edltorltil Rooms,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
A. F. Judd,
HOUSE OF REPRESENT
, Uohn K. Kamanoulu,
j E. A. C. Long,
I A. Q. Marcallino,
; Ed Towse,
I Norman Watkins,
I William Williamson,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
I S. P. Correa,
! Edwin Fernandez,
' 'John C. Lane.
-" Andrew Cox.
' CITY ATTORNEY
John Cathcart. .
V Robert W. Shingle
i D. Kalauokalani, Jr. --"
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoc C. Amana, ,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low.
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1 James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
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Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Every noble acquisition is attend
ed with its risks, and he who fears
to obtain the one must not expect to
obtain the other. Metastasio.
For good looks no one ran bent tlio
Democratic campaign manager.
Hasn't Doss McCandless helped
himself to Hawaii's lands more gen-
erully llinn lie lias helped Hnwallans
to olitnln Inndfi?
Fourth District men who talk of
Bpllttlug tho municipal ticket nre
strengthening tho campaign of the
Carry IJosst IllcCuudless' views, to
u .logical conclusion nnd (lovernment
by Coinmlsslou will he a reality In
this' Territory wltlilu live years.
Iilsiirguut Kepubllcaulsm Is win
ning tho light everywhere within tho
party, and It will UnUli up the Job
by sweeping tho country on olection
Mayor Claynor Ib a wise man. Ho'
knows whero ho can do tho greatest
good for his round y. Ily the bauie
token McCantlleutf should remain at
Dobs McCandless likens himself to
tho Hawaiian leader Wilcox. Honest,
now, what personal sacrifices has the
Democratic candidate over mudo for
the people of Hawaii?
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.SEPT. 28. 1010
On what does McCundtcas think tho
prosperity of Hawaii is to depend, If
he Is successful In his political as
plratlonst Kverjone ought to know by this
time that Honolulu Is to be a great
naval nnd mtlttnry center Hut
mighty few seem to liae really tak
en It In.
When the market goes a little lowor
be prepared to buy. Nothing that you
can find In all tho propositions of
fored from abroad will equal that op
portunity. Progressiva Republicanism is tho
winning political card this year. Has
tho Democratic Hobs of Hawaii spok
en for a Blngle progressive Idea since
he started out?
l'rivnto Secretary Itlvenburgh ap
proacbeo hls'ilutles as Democratic
Campaign manager In much the same
spirit astho'fellow ordered to carry
a red hot stove.
Doss 'McCandless is making tin)
most of one line of nttack that Is be
ing niado on him by saying "It's
.Thurston." That works pretty well
ordinarily, but Thurston Is not the
Honolulu can assist San Diego in
Its campaign for a I'aclllc bnttlesblp
.loct, by incessantly campaigning for
x navy big enough to keep a battle
ship lleet In both oceans and then
liavo a few to spare.
All business men who take tho
troublo to lest It, lint that the Evon
I n g Hu II e 1 1 n reaches more busi
ness men and moro women buyors
and more people of all classes, than
any other newspaper published In the
'SuvixSrtersof Government by Com
mission offer a.8 their strongest argu
ment, their belief thut the voters can
be misled by Just such, political talk
as tho Democratic. Doss Is muklng A
Vote for Mc'Cundlcss Is a vote to help
the Government by Commission
Young and up-to-date Hawaiian
Americans casting their first voto this
year, have enough numerical strength
to decide the election this Full. These,
young men are fresh from the public
schools. Their votes should bo cast
for progressive candidates and the.
party that espouses progressiva and
practical plans for the public educa
If tho leaders of vested interests
have their wits about them they will
realize that the present situation is
not unlike thut of the strike agita
tion when there existed an under
ground and not frequently expressed
sympathy .for those who were oppos'
ing the planters. It Is well to oecn
slonully consider bed rock facts, es
pcclully in a political campaign that
will be won or lost on a secret 1ml
SELLING OUT THE TERRITORY
FOR A PERSONAL FAVOR.
"I shall voto for McCandless be
cause bo did me u favor, was kind to
me and I want to return It."
Thut Is one of the expressions that
is reported us coming from a Hawaiian-American
Are we then to nssume that Dele
gate Kuhlo has dono this gentleman
no personal favor that should not be
given any great weight? Shall the
Territory be sacrificed that a person
al faormay purchaso a voto?
Delegate Kuhlo is the man through
whom tho city of .IJonolulu and Its
working people and merchants se
cured the large appropriations .fur
I'eurl Harbor. Ceitululy this is u per
sonal favor to -every man, woman und
child of Honolulu who is deendent
ou the prosperity of tho Isluuds. Mc
Candless can't duplicate it.
It was through Delegate Kuhlo thut
tho exceptionally largo appropriations
for other Island harbors were ob
tained. U tbis,great'worMo be out-
Six-room, threc-bedroom house .mod
ern conveniences j elcctrlo 'lights,
gas, city water; sewer connection.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Very desirable home, corner
Peniacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at onr office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
.terms. oan be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
To Your Friends at Sea -a
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from ieht to ten. '
classed In the esteem of tho voter by
what he puts down as a personal
favor. The Democratic Doss cannot
secure the support of tho Federal de
partments for such appropriations.
Again, Delegute Kuhlo Is tho rep
resentative of tho Hawaiian people
who obtained the appropriation under
which the bacteriological experiments
have been carried on that will, before
many years have claimed, coniruor tho
scourge of leprosy.
Shull a real or Imaginary personal
favor extended by his opponent, be
the means of robbing tho Territory of
tho sorvlces of a man who had worked
so effectively for tho good of all?
Does this man who exchanges his
oto for the price of a personal fuvor
realize thut ho Is feeding tho bund
that must eventually smite him, be
cause that hand Is now stretched forth
with the threat nnd the promlxa of In
tention to smlto the prosperity of tho
WHAT ALL SCHOOLS NEED.
Hvoryono taking tho slightest In
terest In tho public schools Is seeking
for better results. Tho opinions on
how to gain tho desired end are varied
and sometimes picturesque but all
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
' MAKIKI .DISTRICT, KEWALO
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price. ...$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
00 .feet, frontage. Two or
three left at $7800
P ,,ort and Merchant Btrtts !, ,l
A good Fountain Pen
makes writing a
Wc carry in sto;k a com
plete line of
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finally come to tho samo conclusion,
that tho public schools must have
suinclent funds with which to work.
We And this thought vigorously set
forth In tho Declaration of the Na
tional Hducatton' Association. This
"declaration" Is to nil intents nnd
purposes thu educational platform of
the educators of the whole country
and epltomlr.es tho best thoughts ami
tho latest conclusions of the men and
women ou whom the people depend
for tho direction of their youth.
Two plunks In this plntform are of
especial value und Interest In this
Territory where the lack of funds,
nnd Insulllclcnt equipment of teach
ing stuff nnd material constitute one
of the serious handicaps. Tho plunks
nre us follows:
"Whllo the members: of this Asso
ciation nre of the opinion that the old
courses of stuily, which hud us their
chief object tho giving of culture to
tho lndlldunl.nnd of transmitting to
htm thu best Ideas und Ideals of tho
past. Should In no milliner be weak
ened, wc, nevertheless, very sincerely
endorso tho movement to make the
courM's of stud) offered In our school
more democratic, mat nicy inn) men
the riindltluus of, our modern com
mercial und Industrial life. However,
to meet adequately these now do-
on the instal- ?
Special Sale of Men's.
Shoes this Week
Our Strong' $4.50 arid' $5.00 Shoe Lines on .
Sale for $3.50. ' ,'
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes now $3.00
Prices are cut on all other shoes. The prices vary
from $1.25 ' up. This is not a clearance saltvof old
shoes, but the giving of special low prices on standard
Yee Chan & Co. Kinfe
mands Imposes upon tho schools of
the country additional financial re
sponsibilities, and this Association
appeals to the Nation nnd In the
Slntes for more liberal iipproirl.illons
for educational purpoc In order that
tlili nildlllniiiil vtork In Aurlciillure, In
Hip trades unit Iiuliis) rI-, mid In
Home Kconomtc may he effectively
"No country that Is physically weak
or physically diseased can attain its
posslblo greatness. All efforts, there
fore, to make the condition of our ed
ucational plants more sanitary ntfd to
Impress upon the minds of the chil
dren nnd tho citizens of the N'ntlon
the importance of thu proper observ
ance of the laws of health public hud
Individual should receive the support
and hearty co-operation of American
MAINLAND APPRECIATION OF
HAWAII'S SCIENTIFIC WORK.
Tho llrst victories thut scientists
stationed In Hawaii are gaining over
leprosy ha n attracted attention
throng' " " " civilized world Al
ii.o, t wli xceptlon, the no.v-j from
Honolulu l, 'nterprcted to nie.-in thn
tr.e ' 3 nt far distance wher, us u
it if t .0 recent succcasoi tills
dieaj uirous" will bo conquered us
other scourges have been.
One of tho lntci cstlnK references
to the work dono locally comes to the
II ill let in from the cdlwirial col
umns of tho Tampa (Flu.) Morning
Tribune. Tho writer of the article Is
n llttlo off on the location of tho head
quarters vtheie tho scientific study Is
KolnR on. It it- hard tor the people
of tho mainland to realize that fin
wall Is anytnlnK bi't n collection ol
coral Islands and tho .leper station
located on tho most barren unit un
happy Inland of tho lot. Hut tho gen
eral comment is all right and we rIo
It In full lis follows:
Three surgeons of the 1'nlled
Stntes public health and marine hos
pital service, stntloned at tho Corn!
Island leper prison, Hawaiian Islands,
hne Fuccecdcd in isolating tho bacil
lus of leprosy and In growing cul
tin en of it oitstdo tho human body.
In their laboratory they'oro low
ing thriving colonics of theso serms
In glass tubes, some of the growths
having reached thn third generation
Tho wonderful thing that bii.i been
done by theso United States surgeons;
I)r Donald 11. Currlo, Dr. Walter II.
Ilrlnckcrhoff and Dr. II. T. Hollmann,
lies u their demonstration of tho fact
thut the germs can be urtlllclally re
produced; for this Is looked upon by
bacteriologists tho world over ns the
next step toward finding u euro for
this dlseaso thut bus been the
scourgo of nations for centuries.
The nrtlllclal culture of thu diph
theria und the tetanus bacilli was
soon followed by the discovery of an
titoxins or serums for thoso discuses,
which now ninkn certain their euro in
most cases. And the llnJIug of a lep
rosy antitoxin Is expected toon lo fol
low tho Isolation of tho cultures nt
The history of the American med
ical profession Is u gtorloui one. Its
heroes and martyrs nre numbered by
the hundreds. Among them never
lmq there been any liner examples of
thu spirit of willingness to sacrifice
lllo for the good of humanity Hvory
great medical discovery tnkca Its toll
of human lives.
In fact, our medical r.icn have
played the most glorious p. rt in the
government of our Islam) 'possessions.
Our occupation of 1'orto l.lco und
Cuba put upon them tho problem of
tho yellow feer scourge. It was
solved, and now this Jlseasa Is no
longer n scourgo, but nieiely n sub
ject for sanitation and hygiene
Tho Atlanta Journal thinks our an
nexation of tho Hawaiian, Islands put
upon our medical men the finding of a
cure for leprosy tho rl.ldlo of tho
centuries und they nro now ,'pclllng
out the llrst words of the ccrrec an
swer. If our Imperial policy shall have
dono nothing clso except to give the
world, through our medlcul men, Uiese
prlres of tho nges, It will not have
EVEN THE INDIAN IS WORRIED.
Lo, th poor Indian, who untutored mind
& arafUrs on both sldti. bsforo. bthlnd.
boon In vain.
And If only It had produced ni 'ben
efit hit results, politically ami commer
cially, to ourselvoH nnditrTthoworld
t large, wo would not sometimes re
gret that we had entered upon It.
(Continued from Page 1)
on Uignn nnd Alott being absent
when Iho loll was called. Iog.in com
ing In when tho meeting had been in
session for ten minutes.
Minutes of two previous mo3ttngs
wqro read before tho Hoard flnnlly
go down to business n little nfter
Payrolls from Hie, liferent depart
mints for tho month were npprovod
vv'llbout question or discussion.
Treasurer ieirt for tho month of
August showed receipts of $1G8,273.1D
ami disbursements of J5S,200.3fi leav
ing a balanco ou hand of $10f),003.S3
Communication from Union Feed
Co. was read to Iho effect that one
half the contract for furnishing rolled
barle' .to tho cliy and county for tho
month wns awarded Ui'em hut Hint
they had reeolcd no orders from, sta
bles I and "i. nnd that on enquiry they
found that another company was fur
nishing tho feed at tho samo flgjiro.
Other matters of a routine nnturo
worn Inken iib before adjournment nt
12: HO to Octobcr.4 nt 7:,in In tho even
ing. . v
"Tho thermometer wob n hundred
it noon yesterday," said tho man who
watches the weather. "Today It Is
down to nlncty-clght." "My!" re
joined his wife, "Isn't that u bar
gnln?" Washington Stnr.
if n mnu were what he'd IIKj every
other man lo he, what u lino oid "vii'l
wud be IK I. e In!
A man doesn't mind being nbusod
becuuso of his wealth.