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EVENING BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUHDAY, APR. 8, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace U. Fakrinoton, - - - - Editor
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Tp -1 i Editorial Rooms,
I !Bua!ness Office,
intcrea at ihe Pmtoftice tl HoiMibla
a nc'nn1',laM mutter
APRIL 8, 191"
Sinceiity is the way to Heaven; to think how to be sin
cere is the way of man, Menicus.
WHAT DOES IT PROFIT A MAN IF HE SAVES TWO
DOLLARS in taxes and thereby lends his influence to keep
TWO THOUSAND CHILDREN out of school and hand them
over to the TUTELAGE OF HOODLUMS?
Members of the House of Representatives who arc hold
ing, up the School bill are the men to be held responsible for
any violation of the personal and party pledge on public
. HOLDING UP THE SCHOOL BILL
' Education of the youth of Hawaii should have TIRST
CLAIM upon the REVENUES of the Territory. Republican
party platform pledge, September 1910.
The School bill is now being held up "on account of the
In all legislative reason and partizan honor there is no
competent justification for this.
The pledge of the Republican party, of each individual
Republican member of the Legislature is that the "educa
tion.of the youth of Hawaii shall have first claim uponthe
revenues of the Territory." The school bill now before the
.. House for third reading satisfies that pledge. The bill can
not be improved by holding it for the tax bill; it can only.be
injured by such 'a cour'sc'ahfl the only problem of moment is
whether the secret enenics of the measure dare to strike.
So far as the revenues of this Territory are concerned the
men elected by the people last Fall have one and only one
definite pledge to fulfill; that pledge is represented in the
school plank and the school bill.
Pass the school bill and cut your financial cloth accord
ingly. THAT IS THE PROMISE.
That is what must be done if the representatives of the
people elected on the Republican platform are to uphold
any reputation for partizan honor.
To hesitate, to delay, to trade and to barter on the basis
of this promise, is an indication of weakness or treachery,
and at least furnishes an opportunity for the mean and the
treacherous on the outside of the Legislature to get in their
work of STABBING IN THE BACK THE CHILDREN, THE
FUTURE CITIZENS OF HAWAII.
There' is no sound excuse for further delay in the final en
actment of the school bill. You can't qualify on that party
promise and retain a reputation as a person whose word in
-public affairs is worth anything.
Of COLLEGE HILL LOTS
. Particulars at Office
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Ucalty Auction lo , Mil )
w ore prepared to manage your
estate nnd look after yuur InU'r
psIh In iv. You will llnil It great
ly to your udvautiige to pljce
the iiuiiiiiKi'inciit or your iilTulr
with u cupahle untl reipoinlldo
Come unci t.eo us as to terms.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS WITH
(Continued (ram Potjo 1)
P'l mil on final rending The hill pro
iiiliiis nhy cinifriiut iigcnt from cutler
Inst limnlKrnntH mwiy from the TVrrl
tori wllhlti thirty days uflcr their ur
rlul In the Tirrlloiy.
The ll'inxo h:ul it ininiher of WIN on
the ortler of the ility for thlnl re.iillnic,
hut imiliiiNKil the lunlorlty of them
until next week. The lloue. was cvl-
iletitlN In n hurry to get Kit htninem
nvir iiml out to luiuh lieforn the leg
Miitl-JuclIoIiiry hall gnmo.
II 1) 217 (iy Coney)-- All net to
flirt In r provide, for cure of leperi.
II II IMS (hy Wllllnniuin) An act
relating to Inherence tnx.
Passed Third Reading.
It It. 23? -An net regulating the re
cruiting nf etnlKrntili. Ayei. 24; noes,
1 (Alfonso. Knumnoulii.vMiiri'iillIno)
Ux. used. Ilnle,v Kellhiol. Ahxent, 1'er
nanilez II It 222 Relating to deposition of
linen, "niHtH nnil hull moneys. Ayes. 27;
M It 1i ttntinftllnir Plifntlpr 7i nf
Itevlseil I-au-s I elating to flro llpills of
nonoiiuii )ves. is; noes, i ii.oiie).
ft It. TO Itclntlnir to wclchts nnil
measures; regulation hy county sher-
iuh Ayes, so; noes. n.
THE OFFICE OF THE,
10 OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO i30 P. M.
ON WEEK DAYS AND ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM 8 TO 10
If you with to send your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE.
'APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, Kurgo Express Co.)
"You say tlin 1oieiiH'iit was sort of
forced upon you?" "Yes; after the
oamo down tlrtj rope ladder her dad
pulled II up." Louisville Courier
J :: u ts :: n t: :: n t: a a u m :j
like the planters or who has a grudge to work off in some
other direction can make it otherwise.
A crisis calls for citizens and officials to stand toticthcr.
The present is a labor crisis that must be met by the loyal-
cmzens ana me loyai oniccrs ot our local government.
There can be no straddle on the issue.
Tho Greek church In. Russia re
talim Its position In th country
largely uu the strength of tho Ignor
aiiTO uuil cicdullty of tho Itusslnri
people. Tho cduciited classes li.ivo
revolted from It, for tho sclentlllc re
action has passed in or Russia us over
the other countries of Kuropo, shak
ing tho old claims mid iIokiiihs lo
their fiiiniilutloiiK. "Unitarian Sun
day School (Jimrtorly" (London)
The ministry of religion Is still ti
live profession, appealing to live men.
Never hefore was thero so much el
how room for the thinker mid us wldu
u rungo fur tho helper of humanity In
tho ministry uu now, and wo" know of
no school where this range Intellco
tuully mid socially, Is more adequate
ly emphasized than at tho ileadvllle
(I'a.) Unitarian Theological School.
(Continued from Page 1)
Hint this hill will come up Tiierilav
I'm tired of this constant iKistpone
inent. If there's going to ho n light,
let's hate it!"
Hack of tho split In tho finance
committee ner the tax hill and Its
lelatloii It) Iho school hill, theio Is
the story of renewed effort of thu
liimliifhs meu'B organizations of Ho
nolulu to limit the ta-rato, accord
ing to uiiiruei'liinalric Information the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii liar secured It Is staled
that 1.'. K. I'.ilou, chairman of the
Joint eglslutlo cnmuiltlec of the
Chamher of Comineico, Meiclriuts'
Association mid Planters' ASMiclation,
lias liuiile a deiuaud. us lepresentlng
these uiganlz.itloiis. that the lax-rato
he limited to (iio mid one-eighth por
cent And Ihe nilnoilty memherH of
Iho coinmlttoo it Is holleved will io
poit along these lines
Tim minority ippoit'.was drafted, it
Is salil, to he liuiidifil) lulu thu House
this morning, hut the minority lac
lion found lltilf In ilanger of lining
hea'en on u thiiw-dow.li. Kelilnol, of
Maul, who Is counted Usm as hclug
nhlc to Rwiiur the Maui hunch, and
whu Is wanted to snpiiort the minor
It y xi'lHirt, was ahseul from thu Huubo
nnd Ihe roiort did not appear.
Strenuous efforts will ho made ov
er Sunday lo inuiter enough strength
lu pans Mm mliHult rcioit at Mou
iljy'B jeshlou. Monday will 'sliow
whether Iho sticnglh was or was nut
Tho light will not end, however.
wllli Monday. If tlm minority repoil
Is not in throttling hy that lime, or
l it pl.irci n limit of ntio nuij one
clElith per cent on Hie lax rate, tliem
are likely lo ho unue dioworks let
off in tho U-gHlJthn cliainher.
The Amcrlcnn miMIit III the Philip
pines Is mi neat In military Nttlre and
fio xildliily hi ilepurliiieiit that his fal
low cnuiitrynieu should feel proud of
him This Is the Hiilistiinco of n report
fiotii MuJ -Ceil .1 I'liinlillu Hell, lu
Vimiiiiund of the I'lillliiplnes.t
Weekly II u 1 1 c 1 1 Ii SI per year.
FOR HAWAII OR AGAINST
Of course'excuses are being made for a negligent police
'department that failed at a critical time. Of course it is the
' apologists for the City and County police department who
are complaining of the alleged lack of cooperation of the
City and County Attorney's office, when events show that
it became necessary to keep from the knowledge of the po-
fice, plans for dealing with the emigration law violators bc-
cause of the remarkable frequency with which the labor pir-
sating force appeared to gain advance information most use-
iui lor meir own protection.
I The fact of the matter is that the police department of
this city has been lamentably inefficient to say the least in
dealing with the labor snatchers, openly and scornfully de
fying the law. The result has been so advantageous to the
labor oirates that they could hardly ask for more, and we
have it on the authority of the deputy sheriff Jiimself that
he should not be blamed for being "friendly toward a rela
tive." Friends of the labor pirates who assist them in their cam
paign of transporting the labor population of this island are
enemies of Hawaii's prosperity. There are no two ways
!;about that. And they are no friends of the people who are
ibeing recruited to work in a veritable hell-hole of climate
and home surroundings.
JWhen this town is entered by friend or foe with the pur
Jpose of .pirating it by fair means or foul, the duty of the po
Illce is to present a solid and vigilant fighting front to uphold
the law and cooperate with those who are working for the
"interests of Honolulu and Hawaii.
L No man in' this city in the present crisis can be a friend
Hf the ,Alaska cannery expedition and loyal to the interests
bl this city and the Territory. No copperhead who may not
Real Estate for Sale
Lit us show you n harguln on Mat
loilc iiveiiue. New n!x-toout home, (on
tiiluhiK flout mid Imt'k l.nials, living
room, draw lug mom, kltihen. etc. Hot
mid cohl walir. llullt-ln Hldehcurd,
liooki'iif h mid window neat. Thla hi
an alisoliii.ly new house uiul a liar
Cash or installmsnls
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS H0N0LULC, T. H.
We have received from Dr. Polo of
lloston ii most excellent little hook
entitled "Choice Verses"., edited hy
himself. It contains appropriate H'l
eclionH of poetry and "oilier mutter
tin he committed to memory or for
reading. For use in the Sunilav
School and the Home."
Hev. Frniicln Wutry, minister of the.
Santa Ami (Calif.) Unitarian Church
nnd for many eais a Human Catholic
priest, preached n powerful Kcrnion
on the "Prophet of Nazareth" 111
which lie Etliowcd that the human side,
of .lesuii Is the side which uppc.iln to
real men. Cod Is a spirit nnd wo
give him our reierenco and ttornhlp
hut Jesus we love us u hrnther and
admit e an one who was aide measur
ably to live up to Ills Ideals.
lle A. M. Smith. Ph. I), formerly
of Puiiahou, who Is now minister of
the Pomona Unitarian church, is as
sisted hy ltev. Paul M. Mcltnynolils.
The church Is very prosperous.
Next to communion with Clod Is
communion with Nature. There Is
rest for tho weary not only In cash
ing one's cares upon mi Infinite; pov-.
er, hut In dropping upon tho grassy
slope and looking up Into the BlXr
Such U tho rest ohtulned In Iho Sid
ney I.miler Camp, tit Kllot, Maine, for
tired men, women nnd children who
go there. Vo have, received, from
Mrs. Ijinlcr n llttlo pocirt hy 'James
nppeiihelm entitled "Plscutamiu"
which expresses that religion of test
We have a new lino of Imported ,
Excellent tlmekeepera and se
lected especially for the pleating
tones of the striking.
The prices are moderate.
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
IT -kt -1X5 i-n
Wo are now showing a big
purchase of NEW WHITE
DRESS GOODS. Beautiful
Designs in Parisian Styles,
See our Window Display
Also, all qualities in the
famous SHERETTE," a suh
stitue for pure Linen at less
than half linen's cost.
Exclusive Creations in Im
ported Hats, "a somewhat
different style' at a price
that will please every xnrse.
THE STORE OF VALUES
:: - n
There Is nothing that will kill
n stoio's tade so quick ui mis-
! rniuesnntlilloll of uoods. I haC V
known homelhlng of thu follow- !"
Ing nature to happen, unit us far
lis that ciislumer was concerned
Hint store might us well hae
gone out of huslness:
! The ciistomer'K attention was
altiacled hy a display of ties In
the window, which also display-
ed the ilibCllptloli "TIIUIJI! Or"
TIIICSH llllAUTII'T'li THIS l'Oll
He entered the store nnd tisk-
ed lo ho shown honui of the tics
? that were 111 tlio Window. A
clerk produced'' some ties hut
S they were not like those in thu
window, and lhe0custoiner said
Ml. The elelK ilenieii ms Slate- v
8" ment. Thou tho customer said:
"Why can't ou take three lies
! for me from tho window dls-
"Oil, no; I ctm't do that," ho
replied; "Ihey tiro put In theiu
for advertising purnses and ,
! must not he hioken."
! "Then why don't you hao 1
! duplicates In quality if not in I
! design, In the sturo? If I fceo
something In that window that
Butts mo why not sell It to mo? t
HVlmt's the good of advertising !
lu your window If you do not
iimkp good Inside the store?" !
Tho customer considered that ! '
S his money was too good for that !
I- store mid lie left without making !
! n purchase. Further down the !
fr street ho entered another store
and asked the clerk: -
"Oo you ever sell u customer '!
! anything Unit Is displayed in
! nlir U'llldnw?" !
"Wo sure do. What is there !
In the window that you would
like to sen?" ,
They hoth stepped outsldo tlio !
door mid tho customer1 pointed
'! out u half dtuen ties that suit- '
ed him; thri clork got Into tho
window nnd hrouglit tliem nut
' and (lie sjiW wan made.
! This customer, whom some
might think was overparticular
or u crank, was notlilng of the
kind. He was an ndvei Using
inun nnd was mnklig u tei,t for
ills oWn heneflt. The first stom
that ho entered, where the cleik
refused lo lake an article out of
tho window, did not advertise lu !
tho newspapers. That store re-
j lied on u man coming Into thu I
store in u hurry mid taking any- 4
thing that was handed out to
! him. They, never expected to ,
! see him nguln and did not care !
If ho waB hunkoed. The oilier
! Ktoie, where tlicy were willing to !
! take goods from the window
and make good, carried n dally
ad. lu the newspapers, uiid hack-
! ed up their Hlnte.iuelits with the
! goods us represented.
Thero is no need of ti moral
to tills story hut I will udd one. '
! liny of tho merchant who ad-
M-itlses lu the Kvenlng Ilul-
let I u and gives you u square
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"l"lve htuidied itollars a night for
ino nlglils" was an olTer telegrjphe.l
from a western lycciim huritiii to
Itcpreseutiillve J. (i Cannon of Il
linois. "Too Iniay," wns the leply
telegraphed hack hy Mr. Cannon.
Some new lines at spe
cially low prices.
FOR DPXSS WEAR
Sizes 8'2 to 11... $2. 50
Size, 1t2 to 2... $3.00
FOR SCHOOL WEAR
Broad, comfortable toes.
Light and strong.
Sizes 83 to 11... $2 .25
8ixe, 11!;. to 2.. .$2.50
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
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