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RVENINd HUL.LRTIN, HONOLULU, T II . WL'DNHSDAY, NOV 30,1010
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
j At, 120 Kin Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE
Wallac R. Parrlngton,
ftf Month, anywhere In U.S .78
Pet Yr, tirhet loO.S. II, 00
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
TTy 1 Editorial Rooms,
The highest of characters is his
who is as ready to pardon the moral
errors of mankind as if he were ev
ery day guilty of the same himself,
and ,at the same time as cautious of
committing a fault as if he never
forgave one. Pliny the Younger.
Shop early resolutions arc always
Everything Hint' comes (rom Itooso
velt savors ot "Oh, don't talk lo tno
now," ' '
, Everything will be doubly bright
InVHonolulu now that Sunny Jh)i Is
In promoting new sources ot
amusement for Honolulu there Beems
1N0 better directory for Christmas
shopping can bo found In Honolulu
than, the advertising columns of tho
Straightforward Interpretation of
the Jaw Is whnt Is wanted from tho
coilFt of review, In connection with
the last election.
Better Investment for sugar stock
dividends Is not offered the buying
pulillc than the Hawaiian sugar
stocks at present prices and real es
tate In tho prospective Hundred Thou
"Condoirinatlon proceedings can't
start too soon, If tho Treasury De
partment will bo good enough to hos
TeriMts condemnation orders.
This cold weather sends the mos
quitoes to their hiding places, but
the only satisfactory mosquito for Ho
nolulu is' the dead mosquito.
Score one for the Fort street pav-
" ing.Now jelear up the list with the
building ordinance and the old Board
, wljl 'finish its career with n splendid
1 record pt progressive results.
...Chief Justice Hartwcll's announce
N . t .... ....
nient that no will let the public Know
when he intends to resign will not
stop ( tho erection ot lightning rods by
the aspirants for high office.
' Perusal of the resolutions passed
by the Pacific Coast Congress Indi
cates that the members of the body
were Americans working to promote
American, 'not foreign, shipping.
Hawaii's Supreme Court Justices
will' some day start out to mako a
record ot remaining In oflko more
than a year without ono ot the num
ber talking ot his Intention to quit.
When Honolulu gets as many small
farmers as there are theatrical peo
ple arriving by each steamer from
the Coast, tho heart of tho man-thc-
landtonictal should be happy Indeed.
To obtain what it most needs from
Congress, Hawaii' has only to presont
a 'United front of citizens who put
aside 'personality and partlznnshlp
when working for tho common good.
jUvejyjjna'p .should try to act as If
ne realized ;tnat wncn no gives time
and. money for,1a bigger and better
Honolulu -he is making tho best pos
sible Investment for 'the improvement
of1 rds- own--selfish interests.
IMf . ' ' . ... j
'jOoverhor-elcct Johntson of Callfor
talj'js coupling Jeffersonlan simplic
ity With the' cause of Progressive tlo
pUbllcanlsm, Tho people will be glad
tcMsec a turn of officials to plain
Americanisms in ceremonies as well a
GoVornor-elect Woodrow Wilson Is
, the J Harpers- Weekly candidate for
President In 1912. This means that
'Wilson Is either a man who will meet
tliVdemand's'pf 0)e.,jpteresja, pr ho Is
regarded by, them as the least of nil I
tho progressiva, evils now In sight.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
fflSliMontoi a .n
Pet Ye.r, njrwhtielnU.S I.00
Pet Ycir, anywhere n Canada.. I. Mo
Per Year postpaid, fottlitn 3.io
Intert at the rootoffict l II-noii.la
u tecow1ln matter,
..NOVEMBER 30, 1010
Dr. Cook hits decided that It Is
greater to bo crazy than a confessed
This weather while, reminding one
"Snowy Slopes" wns on the grill of
of the approaching Christmas alto
recalls the. season when "Snowy
Slopes" was on the grill of Honolulu
Portuguese-Americans would not
be out of touch with the spirit of tho
homeland If they celebrated their In
dependence day by lauding tho He
public. Clll service for tho Honolulu po
lice dcparlmcnt Is ono of the pro
gressive 'items on the Republican pro
gram, and It should bo made certain,
notwithstanding It was not men
tioned in the platform.
It tho repeal of the Tantalus auto
mobile ordinance rest whero It Is.
Automobiles should bo barred from
the Tantalus road until good fortune,
private philanthropy or a share of the
belt road appropriation gives the auto
n road of Its own around Round Top.
The plain duty of tho Honolulu Y.
M. C. A. Is to keep right on doing
good and thus retain tho enthusiastic
support of nil Honolulu. Nothing' Is
gained by haggling over questions al
ready settled. There's too much to
be done today and tomorrow. Don't
worry about yesterday. '
Continued consolidations arc Inter
esting features of business llfo In Ho
nolulu. It Is hard to say at this time
whether the result will be a more
genernl centralization of trade, or to
make the field more attractive for out
siders to come In and try to develop
tho field In their own peculiar way.
Correspondent Millard, who dis
pensed war talk In Honolulu tho
other day, Is the man who travelled
with Would-Ile Minister Crane, and
whose presence In the entourage of
tho American Minister to China was
known to bo most distasteful to Ja
pan. Millard's special mission In life
appears to be brow-beating Japan.
One of the first thoughts expressed
In connection with the Hall & Son
deal Is hope that tho now arrange
ment will not add to tho forces cred
ited with a desire to head off tho erec
tion ot a first class Federal building
on a first class site, big enough to
satisfy the demands ot Honolulu when
It. reaches tho Hundred Thousand
mark In 1915.
CONGRESS ANDJUGAR TARIrF.
United States Senator Halo reiter
ates ono of tho lessons of history
when ho predicts that there will bo
no tariff legislation resulting from
tho Democratic control ot tho House
As has been remarked In theso col
umns slnco tho election, tho Sixty
Second Congress will bo prolific 'In
bills but barren of results In legisla
tion. This samo view Is taken by tho
leading sugar authorities ot tho coun
try, as witness tho following para
graph from tho circular letter of Wil
lett & Cray sent out two days after
"Tho special Intcrost of tho sugar
trado In tho result of tho election Is In
tho defeat of many Republican mem
bers of Congress, Insuring a small
Democratic majority In the Houso or
Representatives, taking ofllco March
i, 1911, but not meeting In Congress
until December 1911, unless sooner
called by the President; In the mean
time no action on tho sugar tariff Is
llkoly to bo taken. In December
1911, the Democrats may Introduce
bills to largely reduee duties on sug
ar, which they will probably find dif
ficult to pass."
If a man speaks of auburn locks
when n girl hnH red hair she know
he hns poetry in his soul.
No. Bedrooms. Price.
Aica t 3 $50.00
Knimuki, 7th ' 0 45.00
Kamchamcha IV Rd...- 4 25.00
Lcwcrs Road i 3 30.00
Kamehamcha IV Rd. ... 4 25.00
Waipio 3 12.00
Bates Street 4 50.00
Kamehameha IV Rd. 2 15.00
Kinau Street 3 30.00
Beretania Street 3 30.00
Waialae Road 3 32.50
School S'reet 3 40.00
Beretania Street 4 37.50
Kinau Street 4 32.50
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The office of the
is now in the Telephone Building on
Adams Lane. A telephone call will
bring a boy for your message.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
will bo no pioflt mndo from (ho res
taurant. Our reading rooms will be
furnished with tho latest magazines,
particularly thoso that will Interest
"Wo linvo held several meetings al
ready, and tho men aro taking well
lo tho movement."
(Hiwlal nil Mr tin Ccrrospomloiic)
I II IX), Nov. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Schoen last Friday colehrated their
golden wedding. During tho day a
number of callers visited tho vencr
ablo couple, extending their congrat
ulations, and many beautiful and valu
able presents were received from both
Real Estate for Sale
Just what you have been waiting
Building lots within walking dis
tance of business district at a reason
able price. i
King Street. Lots 50x150,
$000 to $1,200.
There arc only 12 of these .lots,
all beautifully planted in shrubs
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
Wc use the same crafts
manlike methods in making
our frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
Hlio pcoplo and others.
In tho evening the event wns cele
brated by a family dinner at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. V.. K. Richards,
thoso present being Mr. and Mrs.
tawls Schoen, II. F. Schoen and fam
ily, i:. 10. Richards and family and L.
Mr. and .Mrs. Schoen wero married
In California oil November 25, 1SG0.
Tho marriage was blessed with seven
children, six of whom aro now living.
They aro as follows: Mrs. F. W. Bur
rough, of Charleston, Wash.; tho Into
Mrs. 10. 10. Richards, of Hlio; B. F.
Schoen, of Hlio; A. P. Schoen, of Sac
ramento, who wns formerly the pro
prietor of tho Palm restaurant of this
city; Mrs. I.. S. Aungst, of Holunloa,
Kona; living 11. Schoen, of Spokane,
Wash., and Mrs. C. L. Smith, of Spo
kone, Wash. Al of tho children have
boon In the Islands either engaged In
business or on visits. Thero aro
fourteon grandchildren, of which tho
oldest Is Ralph B. Richards, who Is
now it student at Stanford University
If you could hnvo what jou want,
would ou want It?
Avoid Xmas Rush
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
Orders Received Show Sev
eral Changes In
Orders received )esloiday show
that Ihvio will be secrnl Important
changes In tho officers of Uncle Sam's
1 loons now stationed at Honolulu,
some of tho older olllccis returning to
Iho mainland for duty and othcis com
lug out to relievo them.
Colonel Schuyler of tho Fifth goo
to San Kinuclsco on- the next trans'
port to report to Brigadier Ocncral
IUIbs commanding department of Call
fomla for staff duty. Until the, ar
rival of (leneral McCoinu. who as'
slimes command In Hawaii In Jnuu
aiy Lieutenant Colonel Wheeler of
tho Fifth will bo In command of all
Major Alexander Davis sails for Ho
nolulu In February and will rellovo
Major Hart as commissary officer
hero, tho latter going to San Fran
Cisco anil from thero to tho Philip
pines icllevlng Colonel Ilralnard ns
chief commissary of Iho division, Col
oncl Brnlunid going to Washington
Next March tho Second Infantry
romes to Honolulu to relievo the
Twentieth, tho latter organization go
ing to Fort Douglas, Utah, for Bta
BE IN THE LINE
(Continued from Pace I)
Matson liner "Wllhclmlna" will leave
San Francisco on February IDth with
every berth she possesses occupied by
n Shrlncr or member of his family.
The charter of tho vessel puts every
bit of space In tho hnnds of tho
Shrlners absolutely for the round
trip, and none but Shrlners will have
tho privilege ot buying tickets The
crowd will probably number about
IKO, and Is due to arrive In Honolulu
on tho 21st of February tho day be
fore tho big parado and carnival. loit
er tho liner will carry tho visitors and
probably a large contingent of local
Shrlners to Hlio, from whence tho
Journey across tho hot sands ot tho
Volcano of Kllauea will bo begun,
ending with n fearful climax for the
big crowd of noWtintcs who will bo
Director Wall of tho Floral Parado
Committee, has written to tho man
agement of both tho Paget Sound and
tho Portland excursions, Inviting them
to hnvo their parties represented in
tho parndo In snmu sultablo manner.
Tho Portland people especially
should ho able to mako a good show
ing, having hail experience In such
linos for a number of cars past In
the btautiful Portland Roso Festival.
It Is posslhlo that they may bring
with them 11 float, or tho equipment of
a float, similar to somo of tho moro
iiiaguuiccnt iieslgns ot lust ye.irtj
Rose Festival Parade.
Again wc call your atten
tion to the wonderful time
keeping qualities of (lie How
Nearly every day the How
ard gains a life long friend
in a new purchaser, Howard
watches ate built on busi
ness principles. Constructed
to stand the test of years and
keen accurate time.
Come into our store and
let us talk "Howard Watch"
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
WHAT SHALL" I GET FOR
PRESENTS THIS YEAR?
'What fhall I give Will for Christ-1
mas?" That's Iho question you hear J
on every side these dajs, only tho
name may not bo Will.
It seems Mo bo ns superfluous, audi
one might sny, as silly as the question
"Is It hot enough for otiT vvlien n
person walk, up and down tho princi
pal sheets of Honolulu and views the
wonderful display of oveiy thing Im
aginable that a person might wish for
In this world or In tho next for that
matter, most temptingly nrrnuged In
tho Btore windows. If a person falls
to gather a suggestion for a present
to a friend fiom Iho exhibits now bo
lug made ho or she ought to look
about for some means to obtain tho
moon as that seems to be about the
.inly thing not on display behind tho
Theio Is one feature of the dlsplav
of Christmas goods by the merchants
of this city that is worthy of men
tion, especially so, to a mallhinl who
Is familiar with similar displays In
tho status, and Unit Is tho fact that
shoddy stuff Is eliminated from th"
goods offered to tho public, and what
you get Is of tlfo best that can bo
procured In the markets of the world.
It would seem to bo nn exhaustive
task to attempt to name over tho ill!
fercnt articles that ale on display.
It wou'd also bo n difficult task
to pick out the firms that nro making
tho finest dliiplajs. Of courso the
"little fairy In tho homo" must re
ceive tho first consideration and
whero In tho woild could )ou find a
placo that offers a hotter selection of
lolls, nt any price jou want to pay
than nro on display In Jordan's big
window. Whera could you find a better
present for tho little girl than Iho beau
tlful doll outfit In Ohltncy & Marsh's
window. Now tnko n Jump to tho
other extrcmo nnd have a look at tho
iii-tn-datc clothing In the windows of
"The Toggery," "Tho Clarion," "The
Leader" and several other firms thai
do not mako a specialty of clothing
but at th" samo tlmo carry nn up-to-
dato stock In that line.
U II. Kerr, on Alakca street; Sachs
Co. on corner of Beretania nnd Fort
streets; A. Blom. Whitney & Mnrsli,
Yeo Chan & Co., Wall HlngChnngCo.
nnd a number of other firms have put
forth extra endeavors thin jenr to
make their stock so complete, so en
tlclng, so fascinating to tho falrdaugh
tors of Kvo that thero Is many n lato
dinner In consequence.
And tho toy shop. Well, what about
It? Nothing nt nil. only that Hono
lulu never witnessed such a display
of child heart gladdcncrs as Is at pro-
sent manifest In tills city. Santa
CInus has several agencies here
whero ho has placed largo deposits
from his Inexhaustible sack. Among
Santa Clans' depots may be mentioned
Arlclgh & Co., on Hotel street, Kerr's
on Alakca street, Wall, Nichols Co,
on King street where you fall over
life-sized lions, sheep and dogs that
will not bite when you pull their tails,
How about Hint girl friend, who hns
recently persuaded her mother to let
her dress down lo her shoctops?
Well, If you can't find something for
her in tho display mado by Benson,
Smith & Co., you had better go Jump
off tho wharf and sny hero goes noth
lug. Then thero Is thnt enmora flend
friend of yours. Well, you ccrlnlnly
know what to do In a caso of that
kind. If you don't. Just tako a pointer
and step Into tho Photo Supply Com
pany nnd seo if they haven't got some
now rontrlvanco In tho photogrnphlc
lino that camera fiend friend of yours
has not seen yet, Tho chances arc
that jou will get it. For all homo.
mado art Qui ley's offers (ho most
clalmrato combination of tho printer's
and photographoi's ability that has
been seen In Honolulu for many) oars.
Hats for tho ladles. Now I am go
ing to tell ou about somothlng that
I don't know anything about, hut Iho
lady who cooks my meals says thero
nro "pel feet dreams" of lints In Dunn'ii
Hat Shop, and thero Is no haggling
with jour ronsclenco nnd pockethook
over tho prlco for )ou can tako your
pick for $!i. Of courso, I would not
wear 0110 of Ihoso "dicains" but I will
admit that I know sovcrnl "sweet
things" that look stunning under n
Dunn creation. You certainly would
not bo chump enough to attempt to
buy one of Ihoso hats but you can
nrinngo for n five-dollar order and let
IIIOU pick it out.
When I got Into Ynt Illng's hat
stnro I know whnt I am doing (boforo
I go In), bit tho splondld array of
st)les and shapes In straw and folt
hula for men Is so howildcrlng that for
n time )Oiir head swims but you are
soon set straight and feel perfectly
satisfied when you try It on at homo
before your own glass.
Don't think that because n storo Is
n hardware store that It has no place
In the Christmas season. Just tako a
look nt tho millions of things Hnll &
Sons have on display that will mako
a most delightful and useful pres
ent. Tho Honolulu Hardware Com
pany also Is making an exhibit Hint
would gladden the heart of any one
who uses tools and such nrtlcles.
Don't you think that Mn might And
a place for a now diesser or a new
locking chair or 11 t.et of new curtains
for the fionl room? Take a look
ainiiml the house nnd seo If there Is
not somo ploco of furnllmo that needs
rci lacing with n new article. Now Is
the lime to gel It arid Coyne Furnlturo
Co. or Hopp & Co.'wlll.flll any oidor
thai jou place with them, nnd will boo
to It Hint the articles get to the houso
on time lo surprise Ma. J,
I came near forgetting to moiitlon
tho fact that wo eat, but If, I did
Henry May & Co. will not let you
forget It. Wo have to cat to llvo so
that wo can buy fprpsents for thoso
wo love, and If you nte charitably
Inclined, for those whom we do nyt
love for the reason that you have not
secni lliem. If you do not find what
)ou want nt May & Co.'s It Is tlmo
for you to ho 111 ranging for passage lo
It Is quite n Jump from "cat lo art"
but It enn lie mado without dlro re
sults, nnd a visit to Oilrrey's or tljo
Arts nnd CraftB -shop will taKc )our
mind off fiom cheese nnd brenkfaht
Of com so in the Jewelry line, which
will figure largely In Christmas gifts
Wlchman's, Vlerrn's nnd Counter's
will satisfy the most exacting de
mand. HAWAII WELL
Dr. Pratt Impressed With
Local Progress After Trip
The methods of sanitation and
general administrative work of tho
public health service In Hawaii 1110
well up to tho standard of piogress
on tho malnlnml is tho opinion of
Dr. J. S, II. Pratt, .who has returned
from an extensive trip on tho main
land, searching for new Ideas for
tho benefit of tho Territory.
"I hnvo learned a number of things
Hint will bo of benefit to us," said
Dr. Pratt this morning," but I was
pleased to find that many of .tho
most progressive Ideas on tho main
land hnvo their counterpart! in tho
Territory. Inline; my'jiojjjjl visited
the health dcpartuuitB arid officials
of many of the large, cities and stud
ied tho methods In vogue. In tho
state of Massachusetts for Instance)
tho use of public drinking cups or
glnsses Is prohibited by law. Tills
applies to oven tho diners on tho
train. When the Massachusetts lino
is crossed nil tho cups nnd glass-cs
on the train nro locked up and n
prepared paper cup Is the only drink
ing receptacle that can bo obtained
for any purpose."
Dr. Pratt visited tho Canal zono
and was struck by tho remarkablu
progress thnt Is being made In tho
construction of tho great artificial
waterway. Ho met Cof. (lorgas, tho
director of sanitation work, at tho
Isthmus nnd pureed over the line of
tho canal three times.
Dr. Pratt was not Impressed with'
tho nntl .mosquito work nt Now Or
leans, stating thnt It seemed to con
sist solely of screening tnnKs.
During tho nbsenco from tho Ter
ritory of K. A. Mott-Smllh. Dr. Pratt
will tako ovor much of the work of
the president of tho Board of Health.
BENEFIT WILL BE
FOR WORTHY CAUSE
Castle Homo In Manoa Valley
Not to Bo Confused With
Tomorrow p. mtnt Chas, It. Bishop
Hall, Pumihou, a beueflt will ho giv
en for tho Castlo hnnio In Manoa
Valloj-. A harmfng piogram hns
beon prepared, Including n reading
of literary classics by Miss Mo
Dougall, who brings to Honolulu a
Tho association has emphasized tho
fact that tho Castle homo has no
connection with tho Castle kinder
garten on King "street, which Is :i
memorial Institution, Tho uxplauu.
tlon Is made to lomovn tho misunder
standing that tho benefit lo'iiouovv
nftornoon Is to go towards tho sup
port of u family memorial.
ONE PLANTATION HAS
CUT OFF DIVIDENDS
Announcement was mado this
morning that tho dividends of tho
I'aauhau Sugar Company havo boon
suspended until further notlro. The
announcement nmo from tho San
Fmnclseo office of the tompauy, hpt
had been expected heio for somo
time. Tho plantation Is on tho Isl
and of Hawaii and C. lliower & Co.,
Ltd., nro tho locnl ngonts.
The action of P.tnuhuii Is believed
to piesage 11 cut In dividends to bo
announced by several plantations
about tho (list of the jear, following
tho steadily dropping price nt sugar
und sugar ttocl;s. Locally Iho mar
ket Is a illtlc at I linger thafi" il'lins
been, with Hiiwnllnn cAiumei'ilf.il
Soiling ut .12.50 this morning.