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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II. SATURDAY. NOV. 19, 1910.
Evening Bulletin i
City Property for Sale
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The really devout nyw has a hor.
Tor of evil, but he has a still greater
love of that which is good; he is
more set on doing what is r p,ht than
avoiding wliat is wrong;. Jean Nich
Murder la u clinic, but-jour plain
duty In to help kill tlie inuKiiulto.
An oven break between Ynlo mid
llancrd. Tlmt Is about nit It bhotlld
Tii tie a Shriller Novitiate Is to be
the so.it for one diiy and ride It iih
Of course It will bo n Hundred
Thousand Honolulu, If Honolulu kills
Kor, ono day Shrlnors miiku kuIh
of their fiitmo brethren, and add
something to the community fund of
Joy und gladness.
W'hllo the Federal government con
tinues to send soldiers and scientists
to Honolulu there can bo no Just
caute for complaint.
Footbull Isn't what It used to be for
the wild ejed rooters. There uro fu
qucnt tie scores and a smaller num
ber of dead nntl Injured.
Citizens of the .Mexican Itepubllc
liavo begun to discount the demlsu of
President Diaz. Tlicy havo become
tired of waiting for him to die.
neprcsentatlvo-elect Kelllnol Is
springing enough propouls on the
public to stir up a lively opposition
that may include a determination to
end his aspirations for the speaker
ship. Already the Democrat of tho House
of Itepresentatlves aro beginning to
fight over what sort of a tariff plan
they shall support. This Is a guaran
tee of many tariff bills and no new
If they Increase at the present rate
.Congresses will bu so numerous that
Governors will rcipilro either pay
for overtime or a special stall of Con
Hawaii Itcpubl leans cannot evade
, the direct primary law without being
found out and tugged by tho elector
. ate. There Is the horrible example
txpforo them of what happened to New
York Itepubllcans for failuro to keep
the direct primary promises.
Tp refrain from contesting an elec
tion tho result of which was obvious
ly changed by the Iriegularlties of
ono precinct is to put a piemlum on
violations of tho law. The contest
on tho mayoralty election should be
Tmado to secure an Interpretation of
the law, if for no other icason.
Our friends of tho I'aelllc Coast
Congress have started In the tight
direction when demanding national
action for tho upbuilding of the
' American merchant marine. Hut not
.much headway can be mitde for' the
boneflt of American ships by turning
the coastwise trade ocr to foreign
Bliipplng companies alieady dominat
ing tho sltiintton.
FEEDING SCHOOL CHILDREN,
CHICAGO, Now 10. Tho llrst
step towurd Bolvlng the problem
of feeding the thousands of school
children from the poorer districts
of Chicago was taken by tho
school management committee
today, when It decided to estab
lish, lunchrooms In six of the
lurgost schools. Two of theso
rooms will bo in the "foretell ill,
trlrls" of tlie notth, south and
It Is the plan of the committee
to limit, tho lunch to soup and
bread and butter. It Is proposed
to charge 1 penny for (ho lunch
or breakfast. If a child Is hun
gry, huu'ur, und it without a
fei Su Montns. .Ho
Pet Yef. ittjrwheie In U.S .. .. I.m
Pa Vent aiiywhert n Onidfc l.ffo
Per Year intiatd, loituo ..... 3.w
Gtilcred ai the Postothce i llououlu
as tecond-clasa matler
NOVEMBER 19, 1010
pcuii) II vt III lie fed. Tho chil
dren will be given all the suup
and bread and butter they want
The girl pupils will be taught
to set the tables and to sen e the
food. The committee' was told
that the ph) sleal and mental
progre-u of thousands of children
was being retarded by lack of
"It Is a step in the right ill lec
tion," said .Mrs. i:ita l'lngg Young,
supeilnteudent of Chicago
schools "We have tried giving
these children bread and milk,
but they do not like milk, and
the experiment failed. They will
get the best soup t tin t can
be made and there Is no doubt
but that they will like It and It
will be as nourishing as any
food that could be given them "
Tills dispatch Is called to the es
pecial attention of tho men of this
Territory who claim that the Terri
tory docs too much for Its school
children and particularly for the
children of foreign birth.
The complaint Is made by some of
our citizens that some of the country
schools arc turned Into crltablo kin
dergartens and nurseries to caie for
tlie little chlldien of the women la
boring In tho sugar llelds. Tho peo
ple who allow themselves to make
tills "complaint" do not appear to rea
lize that these women white working
in the llelds are adding their share
to the general wealth of tho Islands,
and they of all persons on earth ato
entitled to havo their children cared
for, during their absence, at public
expense.' Tho fact Is however that
tho complaint is not Justified, as the
number of children "cared for" In
this Territory on that basis is very
Hut assuming the criticism did
havo the merit of being supported by
facts, how far short Is Hawaii of the
city of Chicago in looking after Its
Chicago, a progressive American
municipality, not only socs that Its
children aro taught but It feeds them
us well. And the center of tho city's
icthlly In this lino Is among tho
"foreign" clement, tho element which
some of our othcnvlsn good citizens
In Hawaii declare Is least entitled to
Tlie Chicago spirit Is tho spirit of
progiessito America with exceptions
that merely prove tho rule.
Chicago taxpayers as well as edu
cators realize that they aro provid
ing for tho future wclfaro of tho city
by giving tho children of the "for
eign" residents good education and
Plough fooil to put them In u physical
roudltlou to accept mental nourish
Hawaii should follow Chicago's ex
Itather than sttivlng to eliminate
children from tho public schools, tho
people thiough the government should
date more children, hut, If necessary,
supply the funds to not only accniuo
furnish u light lunch for those that
come a long distance fiom poverty
If tho people of this Territory in
tend to move forwaid on traditional
American lines they will not make
their economics by taking It out of
the children who attend tho schools
THIS GAME COCK RIVAL
OF BEST AVIATORS
C1I1CO. Nov. !. I.. 1 Sulllvun
to eutly puu-liusc-d a pilo gamecock
to keep chicken hawks fiom his poul
try yaid. Noticing that tho lock
fieriueutly made vain attempts to II j
In pursuit of tho birds of prey when
It had frightened them away, Sul
livan constiiiLted a small motorlcss
iieroplaue und attached It to the
fighter in such a manner that the
plane.-! did not intcrfcro with its
wing a' Hon. '
After his little daughter had chrls-j
toned the appaiatus Dywyk. lirenK
lug a fiesh egg over It as she gpoke(
the word, ho launched tho strango
craft fiom the roof of his bam.
Djwjk Btmck out with his wings
122 feet by 2li" feet 26,7150 rqtiare
ftet of land. Large hrl.k building
on pi opei t. Property Is near to
center of town.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A FLASH AND YOUR MESSAGE IS
THERE IF YOU USE THE
Avoid Xmas Rush
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King" Street
and sailed awn).
A little wobbly at llrst, tho cock
toon got the hang of the thing and
swung through the air as gracefully
as a pigeon. He mounted skyward,
and when ,'(Mi feet up saw a chi ken
hawk. Dyujk stinted In wild pur
suit ot his old enemy. Tho hawk
caught sight of tho strange contrl
vanco and lied in terror. Soon tho
two weio but speel.s on the horizon.
Today Sullivan is looking for Dywyk
by long-dlit.'inco telephone.
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice home
in KAIMUKI nt a discount of 10
on its actual cost, owing- to the fact
that the owner has left the country
and wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash' or instalments. Particulars at
We have also a
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
I , DrVTJTim 4 A P'!-J'lnP, rc I ' I
I ; I mnnn .SUPPLIES 1 1 I
A Full Display of
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:30
Any Scat in the House, 25c
LAST I'lmrait.MANcns Ob'
"Other People's Money"
"Funnier Than 'Charley's Aunt'"
Can You Beat That ?
LIKE A BIO
Oct to the telephone light away
and in dor our scats. Theic uie
only a handful of good seats left
DO IT NOW!
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
and Thanksgiving Day Ma'Jncc:
The Man from Mexico
Do Yon Know of Anything- Funnier t
EVENING PRICES... Z5c, 35c, 50c
$2000 bargain on
From your pay envelope will keep
you well dressed and looking right.
We give you the clothes to wear
when you make your first pay
ment. Prices range from $10.00
to $25.00. We also make clothes
to order the guaranteed kind.
Outfitting Co., Ltd.,
Specialists in Good Clothes and notliiiug else
Your Fine Watch
Many wulclics aiu mined
thiough lack of cue and at.
teullon. Appoint us tho caro
lakeis of jour timepiece.
Twenty ears' oxpeiloneo us
practl.nl waUhmukurs plates
us In a position to guarantee
good, honest work In the ro
palilng of lino watches.
Wo chui go no inoio for
llist-rluss wuik than you may
pay lor poor.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Let Us Advise You
About Your Holiday Advertising
The Clias. R. Frazier Co.,
122 South King Strcot
SACHS' BLDG., FORT STREET
Story of Wedding Ritlc
Tacoma of a Hono
Tho llrbl teal newt, of tho niuiilage
of Sunny Jim McCnndlcss icccutly on
Iho coast Is contained In tho Tacoma
Ledger 7if November S, whcli iloi
eilbus tho tilp of thu now- man lei
hcinolulan anil his hildo Miss l.llllan
llaigcur, to the station in Tacoma In
mi iiuliiiuobllo ili'i-oialed with illibous
und old bhoes, of whlfh decorations
they wcio blissfully unconscious.
Ah dcseiibeil in tho Ledger the
I.edgor tho tiiumphal tour follows:
"Where Ignorance Is Biles."
Delighted crowds watched tho pin
mess of a plain looking automobile
down I'flclfin iiNcnuu jesleiday after
noon mi automobllo which sped along
at a tlceoious inlo ami. from thofiout
view at least, had nothing out of thu
oidlnai) to commend It to the Inter
est of the public. Ah It turned tho
eoiucr of Oth street shoitly nftor 12
o'clock and swung Into tho straight
Mictch to the btatlon tho knot of cltl
zeus ahvnis waiting for a car at
corner turned tin ono uiiiii lowaida It.
ml. as one man, a gilu, good Immur
ed, but none of the less with a kind
of "Ve'o all been thoio" malicious-
, ness. about it, spioud over uveiy face.
Duiig'lug gaily fiom tho back of thu
car was a magulllcent rosette of whlto
ilbboii. and like cow bells trailing af
ter a cur full of football cnthusluuM,
fiom Its tliittcilug ends, humped at
leabt u hair a tliueii shoes nil In dir
leiout degicbs of woriwiutnobH. On
tho i ear seat of the car a very pin
per and suspiciously ' uulutciostcd
man and woman sit, happiness btiug
gllng with fin red stoicism on their
I'ues. They wcio Mr. and Mrs. .lamea
KnMon McCandless, who had Just
been man led at (he homo of Iho
bible's mother. Ml H . Klleu Adelaide
llaigear. anil who wcio starting on
Ihelr honeymoon, llueonscloui nflliu
fluttering loll-tnlo ilbbons and dangl
ing old shoes thuy dccolu'd them
selves Into the comfoit of thinking
that no ono suspected such n mutter
of fact looking pair having Jiut com
An I veil at tho dopot. they at onrn
bought their I'ullmiiu still smiling nl
their clover deception or the piililln.
blissfully iiuroiisclomi of tho mile or
moro of siulles they hud left behind
them on their way downtown.
'"Miss Smith Is going away," said
ono of the stenographers to another.
"Is sho leaving for good?" "No, for
thatbottcr or for woibo." llrooklyu Life.
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