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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911.
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ItccittiHt- right Is right, to fullnn right
Were wlidum In (lie scorn of riinsc
fiui-nrr. Alfred T'iniu.
Blessed lire tliey tlmt keep Judgment,
ami lir Unit dortli righteousness tit nil
times. IN. tcL, 3.
Whether they win or Jose doesn't
make so very much difference. What
the people like about the Kelo series
thus fur la that tlrst-eluss baseball Is
One of the questions of the; hour Is
whether the Carnegie libraries should
contain copies of the Congressional
reports containing all the details of
the hearings in the Steel Trust utfalr.
President Castro must be In perfect
condition again. Willi one thoupsand
followers he Is ublo to make the news
associations of the world sit up and
Investigating commissions are be
coming so thick In Washington as to
make It appear that the new members
are Improving the opportunity tc
learn all they can about their coun
try while they are on the Job. '
One of England's satirists wrltei
scornfully that even the popular crj
"Cod Save the King" Is rehearsed foi
the coronation. Hut dqostS the
bloomln' crunk think It would sound
uny better if the people shouted Ir
the wrong place7
The charge Is made that the peti
tion asking Senator La Kolletle'to be
come a candidate for President wai
prepared iu the Senator's office. Thlt
ought not to make any one feel badly
The real problem 3 whether the sign
ers will vole In accordance with thcli
No question need be rulsed regurd
lug the popularity In Hawaii of th
arbitration idea us betwen the Unitec
States, Great Hrltaln und ull the othei
nations that cun be brought In. Ha
wail objects only to free trade and r
cessation of the construction of fortf
and other means of defense.
Gradually the men who made theli
fortunes In Hawaii nnd in so doln,
made Hawaii, are dropping out. There
Is as much, anuj tevprt'morei develop'
ment work to be done. The mat
question the young men have to solvt
is whether they have the nerve anf
the ambition to go ahead as did the
original builders of Hawaii's great In
dustries. It Delegate Kttlilo hag lost an)
friends through his open declaration)
against the Governor, he will certain
ly gain many more by the studied at
tempts of the Advertiser to mlsrepre
sent him. The discovery, through Sen
ator Fulrchlld, that, Kuhlo was him
self a candidate for the Governorshli
Is a find made up of whole cloth. Mr
Falrchlld knows better than to be
lieve any such yurns about the Dele
gate being a candidate for Governot
either at this time or during the leg
islative session. Consequently the ef
fort to disclose the Delegate's rea
motives through the Senator is a
farce. Indeed It carries the sugges
tion that there Is more behind tin
Delegate's campaign than appears or
thij surface and the friends of the
Governor have become so afraid ol
him that they must needs fake silly
yams and think they are playing the
game of politics.
"t mislaid $50 last night."
"Hard lines! Cun't you think
where you put It?"
"Oli, yes, I put It on the wrong
She Cun you tell mo of a good wuy
to keep my liutr from fulling out?"
He Yes; put it on tighter.
"Ho married her for her "money." .
"How do you know?"" .
PerSliMontm a ,m
Per Veer, anywhere lu US l.oo
Per Year anywhere n Canada, I, Bo
Pet Veer poatpa'd, fouitu a.rxi
Untried al tbe Poatorhce at llonoioltt
aa aecond-claia matter.
.JULY 10, 1911
The ridiculous part of the whole
thing Is for the morning paper to
charge Knhlo with Injuring the party.
At worst he could not be doing more
than follow the example set before
him by that nest of discredited as well
us disgruntled- political mistakes.
Use the few moments of suspension
of the day's buslnessvln honor of tli
late II. 1'. Ualdwin, to contemplate
what you ure doing for the general
welfare und upbuilding of Hawaii ut
a tlmo In Its history when us never
before men of aggressive and practical
patriotism are deeded.
Mayor (laynor of New York Cltv'
has made one recent declaration that
will meet with the' unhesitating np
provul of the neoiile of Honolulu re
gardless of the way It may strike
.New York. The citizens of the me
tropolis are discussing the wuter
meter question. Mayor Gaynor ad
dressed u letter to the secretory of a
taxpayers' alliance on the Bubject. "If
heads of houses had to pay for-water
according to meter," he writes, "they
would be uneasy when their wives
and children took baths, for such Is
human nature. The result would be
ilscomfort and uncleanliness. Every
one would hesitate to- take a. bath
sooner thun udd to the household ex
pense. This would be particularly so
among the poor und people of moder
ate means. I hclleie It wiling un In
exhaustible source nf water mi mil v
and letting- i-u-ry one usi nil the wu-
;rr no or she mints for washing und
bathing nnd domestic purposes. That
li necessary to keep tin loiiiiiiuulty
clean und In u' good simitar condi
tion." THE LATE HJP. BALDWIN.
Henry 1'. Ualdwin was In every
sense one of the builders of Hawaii.
nd If he wus not chief among them,
.t Is becnuse he wus not self-usseitlve
or in nny sense bumptious; he sought
results by co-operation und by enlist
ing the good will of Ills associates
md found his greatest pleasure In the
work rather than the glorification
that comes of "getting the credit."
No man in these Islands was a
Harder worker thun Mr. Baldwin and
vhllo this habit no doubt carried him
earlier to the gruve. It Is certain that
'io wus happiest when enguged In the
usks of un uctlvo man.
Mr. Ualdwin did a tremendous
amount of creative work, and pioneer
ing that took courage as well us
ability. Of ull the men In the islands
who are ranked with him In the de
velopment of Industries, It may be
jald with absolute truth that he work-
3d his way up. He was first a sugar
enne plunter. He gained ull the ex
perience of a farmer who plods ulong
with poor return for hard physical
lubor. This experience he put to
good account. He had confidence In
'ilmself and confidence in the Industry
with which he was associated, pro
Ided proper conditions were brought
ilout, nnd he set himself to the task
of Improving the conditions with en
thusiasm und determination.
Though he was a thorough expert in
business, his eurly home missionary
training was such as to give him a
broader view of life than the mere
grinding out of dollars. He took a
live Interest In those about him. He
realized that ho hud responsibilities
In his relation to general community
welfare. He did not forget, either In
the days of prosperity or Hie hard
"I've seen her.'
Undertaker Are you ono of tho
l'ut Shuro I am that. The de
ceased owed me five dollars.
Jones We huve missed you at the
club. You haven't been In the place
since your wife died, you know.
Smith I know, but don't woriy. I
shall marry ugaln.
Homes on Gulick Ave.
1 $1500 Five room
2. $2200 Five room modern house,
near King street carllne.
House is about stx years old
lot Is Improved with fine
plants and trees, size 60x190.
Near Wyllle St.... 30 per month
Maklkl District. . . . J7G per month
Upper Fort St., one
block from Nuu
unu car ICO per month
All very desirable residence!
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
PINEAPPLESI BANANAS! I
A Crt of 8lx 8lect.d Pln.t or a
Largt Bunch of Banana.
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells. Forgo Express Company)
days of threatening adversity when It
became necessary to fight to retain
that which he hud won, that there are
others and a man cannot succeed or
full for himself alone.
This brought him Into public life,
und there he served his fellow coun
trymen with absolute integrity. He
was klndheurted. He understood the
kindly character of the Hawallans.
He was born of American parents and
trained in the best American Ideals.
He had the confidence of the Ameri
can und the Hawaiian, und wus
blessed with excellent Judgment In
dealing with situations where conflicts
between the old und the new gave
rise to much bitterness, Mr, Ualdwin
did not seek political preferment. He
LAND OF PUUPUEO
8lnc. w. began lllng lot. in till, land we hav. learn.d a
thing or twoi
Fir.t That tho rtal d.nand Is for medium-size houso lot.)
and in accordance with our sugga.tlon th. owner ha. aubdivid.d
th. two larg lot. into twelve .mailer on.., containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 aquaro feet. Still good-.lz.d lot.I
Second That the lot. in this land coma pretty near telling
them.elve.. The raa.on? Becau.e the lot. are not remnant, nor
unde.lrable. left over after the pick, but are the real choice lo
cation.. Thi. I. easily proved by a vi.lt to the land. Let' u.
FORT AND MERCHANT STBEETI HONOLULU. T. H.
new, ehout six
AT CATALOG PRICES
wn.i. iu-ciivn snii's' mhssaof.s
up to r.i.nvn.v o'clock kvkhy
was ready, however, ut ull times to do
his share. In his political activities
he worked hard for the success of
those whom he believed best suited
for public ofllce. If the, people decided
otherwise, Mr. Ualdwin was willing
to work with the material ut bund,
doing his utmost to assure "better
luck next tlmo." He did not com
plain. He worked.
To sum up Mr. Baldwin's career by
suylng that he wus an' all-round good
man may seem commonplace, but that
expresses the deep sincere kindly feel
ing for him umong all classes, the
iivernge men of Hawaii. Ills kind
acts und philanthropies are more
thun uny one person knows. He has
left behind him monuments In tho
form of kind deeds that make life
worth while, us well us great enter
prises. And wo ure Inclined to be
lieve that In the former he snllsfled
his ambitious, us the lutter satisfied
his love of work.
Prank O Jones, former bend of the
Muskegon, Mich, Chamber of Com
incrce, was arrested on u charge of
forgery, $720,000 being Involved.
The Uiliro Line, which inndo u sail
IliK for Mediterranean ports from 1'iov
Idenco last mouth, has booked sailings
tor that port until October,
C. A Hngnrdim, for years the world'
champion rllle shot, died nt Sprlugtleld,
THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION
Much Sickness Due to Bowel
A doctor's first question when con
sulted by a patient Is, "ure your
bowels regular?" He knows that
ninety-eight per cent, of llltlcus. Is!
nttended with Inactive bowels and
torpid liver, und that this condition
must bo, removed gently und thor
oughly before health can he restored
Itcxull Orderlies arc it iiositlve,
pleasant and snfe remedy for consti
pation and bowel disorders In general.
We nro so certuln of their great cura
tive value that wn promise to' rutilrm
the purchaser's money In every cage
when they fall to produce entire satis
faction, llexull Orderlies nro oaten like candy,
they net quietly, und huve a soothing,
strengthening, healing Influence on the
entire Intestinal tiuct. They do not
purge, grip, cause nausea, flatulence,
excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other
annoying effect. They ure cspeclully
good for children, wcuk persons or old
folks. Two sires, 2fic. und r,Ur. Hold
only nt our store The llexull Store.
llenson, Smith & Co. Ltd.
ABOUT GOSSIPING IN COURT
Kdltor Kvenlng Hullo tin:
I don't thing much of gossip in court
or out of It. Bcundnl-mongerlng,
buck-bltlug, malicious Insinuation,
wholesale condemnation nil ure no
more manly on the witness stand than
ut un afternoon ten.
I notice that women are not tin
And I want to tell you, Hlr, thai
when we set ourselves up to Judge
a brother mini In order to give him
u bud character In tho eyes of the
public, we ure In damnable business,
no matter who we are. We're not
half so good as we ought to be.
And whether this contemptible de
famation of character Is hutched Ir
n neighbor's parlor or In n lawyer"
slop-room It's nil one. As Llncnli
said, "law olllces which levy n form
of blackmail ought to be denlth will
according to law."
What does uuyone really know ol
the Intimate life or character of n
neighbor whether he Is Intrinslcullj
moral or not?
How do we know that even oui
visual and auditory Impressions an
Are we sure wo nro not mistaken'
Must we ALWAYS accept the de
rogutory conclusion? Why not glv
peoplu und things the benefit of tin
doubt? Why be cock-sure It's tin
dark side of the shield, und not i'
mere flitting shudown upon It? I
wouldn't testify In court that I knew
nnybody wus a drunkard or immorn
or otherwise blumeable, unless I hai
lived with him for years and hai
Indubitable evidence to corroboruti
my statements and then I'd keep tin
dirty matter to myself und go to Jal'
for contempt of court, If necessary.
Uecuuse such evidence given in pub
He does no good, but a great ileal o'
harm to tho party Involved, und to th)
It'u self damnging.
No, I'd not lie about It, but I vvnuli
say that I didn't hack-bite In cour
or anywhere else, so help me Uod.
To bo called expressly to hurt t
man's character by my tulk, to knov
that I am railed for that purpose b;
u purtlan side who wishes to gull
by the derogutlon, nnd to stand up a
their witness, and to say what wn
expected of me,- Is small enough ti
make me subject to microscopical ex
To speak good of a neighbor harm!
no one. If It Isn't so, or It Is ex
nggeruted, no one will suffer. It I
un error on the right side. Hut ti
err on the other side, to give cvl
denre ugnlnst your neighbor, Is a dan
gerous thing to do.
I should hate to bo Judged upon tin
evidence of some persons who though
ho und so about me, particularly I
they didn't like me, nnd had hud bus
luess misunderstandings with me,
Ilesides, it's ho bard to be positive
even about what you sec, und, as ti
hearing what is more uncertain?
I heard a caterwauling one nigh
which for ull the world sounded like
one of Dcasoti Jones' prayers nftur In
got warmed up to the subject. Am
once when I wus coming home on in;
horse, feeling like u boy for a fov
moments In tho clear, sweet night, 1
fell to singing n comic song (It wu
very dreadful, no doubt), und tho nex
day bomo Jiipnneso along the roai
suld that I cume homo drunk!
Some men get drunk on deep sot
row und keen grief us well as on Joy
However, supposing a man -wn'
drunk Is that uny reason why hi
neighbor should bo summoned twi
bundled miles to say so?
Isn't It u thing to pity a man fo'
that lie drinks to love him tho bettei
for? 1 feel that wuy.
Some of the dearest, most gennr
oils, best Intentloned men t ever know
got drunk (Juki help them!
I knew u Baptist minister win
went on a spree every few months
He struggled hard to give up the hnbl
but simply could not. He was worthy
he wus good nnd kind und honest
hut ho got drunk, und after, ope '
his sprees he sat down In his Borrow
und wioto, "Ho Leadeth Mo Oh Mess
Yes sir, ho wns a drunkard!
Sins are relative, und don't you foi
u moment believe that this man wll'
not be considered u better Chrlstiun
than nine-tenths of those cold, ex
emplary professors of All-Thut In-
Uood who point the linger of scorn
nt such us lie Is.
Those Pharisees who appear up
right, who do not drink, but who are
uncharitable towards the brother
hood; who are so shrunken In their
sympathies Hint they can't see any
good In any one who does wrong.
Grunt also other lapses In a brother
aro thoy material for courts? Who
ure we thut wo set ourselves up as
Judges of conduct? What Jury Is en
lightened by such evidence? Are our
houses so built that we may with
sufety reveal the private matters of
our neighbor's life, spooking them
from the Towers of our Loftiness?
Aro we honest, nro wo square ure
wo above bourd In our dealings? If
we mo not, we better keep still about
those who get drunk nnd do tho one
thing we don't do.
Tho worst rascals ure not Uioro who
are known to bo offenders against
the moral law. Often tho wretch In
the gutter Is more of a MAN thun the I
Respectable Person who Is dencon In t
Soul's Church, who Presides over the
utomattc Righteousness Association.
Ills yielding to his Particular weak
ness Is the result of n struggle, which '
Hie Respectable Person never exer-1
clses In giving In to his secret sins.
ud the balance will bo on the poor
wretch's side don't doubt It. Don't
Tor u moment think Hint I defend
drunkenness I do not, I stand for
TOTAL ADSTINKNCK, Sir, but I love
Hie drunkard. Ho not Infer, either,
'hat I wink nt Immorality nnd other
wrongs. I condemn them und say
hat wo must fight them to the bit
er end, and so live ourselves that we
nay be able to stand against them
tut I love the ofrender.innd. I know
lint telling his sins on the house-tops
is not the right wuy to help him or
he community I llui In. I wish we
could ull be more like Jesus nnd
Lincoln "with malice towurds none
ind charity for all."
A This. Earth Religion.
What wo need moie than all else
oduy Is n religion that will be of sei
Ice iu this lire. The fact Hint it Is
iiippobcd or guaranteed to give hup
iiy entrance Into the noxt life Is not
if Itself sufficient. Fifty eara may
.'lapse before the coming of that time.
.Vo need u religion that will fill the
nteryenlug period spent on tills, eat tli
vlth happiness as well as with hope.
md that will give in strength and sti
mulus for the dully tasks of life.
Vhat wo want now are happiness
.ml soiil-stiength, and that icllglon
s best that gives them most.
The Divinity of Msn.
Without hesitation anil wlllimit
nuking nny exceptions whatsoever,
l declare that all men ure divine.
The lowest und most degraded soul
hat ever trod tho mud-paths of vice
H Iu nosfcossion of that irerm of illv-
nlty wheieby It may grow up Into
no iiKeness oi us lion, it pus (lie
,'eini. the snurk the Inherent fanulrv
o become. Just us Iu the lump of
lay tliero lies tho Intent possibility
f u wealth or grass and llowers und
leauty, so In the clay of every hiiin
in Hie theie Ho tho seedlings or the
lowers ol the life dlvlno. Religion
Jeals vvllli the development or tho
The Wider Revelation.
To the observant ejo, truth gleams
'rom every object. Tho commonest
lilng has u divine significance. ICv
irylhing In nature le veals a spiritual
act. God is clearly revealed In tho
miversal Illble the Ulble or nature,
fheio aii) sermons In every leaf nnd
lower and sunbeam und lalnbow. God
ipeukii In every wind nnd snillos In
ivery sunbeam and looks out ut you
loin every human eye And yet you
ire blindly groping amid the dust of
he dead past to find some truce or
lod or the living God? Why do jou
lot look ubout you here?
i'he Illble llasN.
We cun no more wisely base our re
Iglon upon tho Ulblo than we can
jase our food supply upon the fulling
if mnnnu In the wilderness. For tho
utter, wu must look to tho modern
vheut llelds and ranch ranges. Life
mist reed upon tho living. Religion
mist be bused upon the lire or to
lay, und the revolution nnd resources
if toduy. The Ulble Is a record or
last life and experience. It stlmu
utes by its expressions of utroug
'tilth, by Its disclosure of the springs
hut red the river or religion In the
lays gone. Hut for todny wo need,
md we huve, u dully revelation, a
uodern spring, a world-wide, truth
ivldo, lire-wide basis.
lellk'lon und Tills World.
Real religion Is for tills world. It
ins little or nothing to do with any
othor. It Is only a farce und a sham
If It does not make this world better.
It has to do with clean streets und
nire politics. It declures vvur upon ev
2ry Goliath of Graft. It fearlessly
'aces the drink problem, und en-
leuvors to solve. It seeks out the
poor, nnd supplies their wants. It
finds utterance In the public press in
favor of every good und liumnnltui Ian
Movement. It concerns Itself with
pine food. It champions every good
fr jr f S
NOT only mu.t every
Individual dairy be
longing to thl. As
aoclation be absolutely
clean and .anltary, but, a.
an additional precaution to
provide the purest and
safest milk, every drop I.
treated by a new electrio
The publlo I. cordially
Invited to call at our milk
depot, on Sheridan atreet,
near King, any day be
tween 9 and 11 a. m. to see
the new electrio purifying
proce.. In operation.
You will find our depot
an example of cleanliness
Xi 'M,r !'! " .''."..p.
cause. It finds Uod here, , and seeks
to mukq tlils word worthyj or Ills
presence. Is It thus with your re
Individualism Is one of the
most uttructlve feat urea of the
present day, no mutter In vvliut
4- form It Is used. Statements made
In a natural wuy ure much more
4 uttructlve thun announcements
1- which ure formal und common-
placo. It is the same wuy with
advertising; the magnetic word
or sentence Impresses the read-
er with the fuct that the state-
4 ment In your ad Is or more ad-
4- vantage to him than It Is to
lluyers In these days rend ad-
vertlsements ns much as you
rend the news In the dally pu-
peri. They ure on the lookout
It Is up to the buslnes.1 man
4 to tell the public the honest
4 facts ubout his goods, und how
ho cun offer them nt bucIi ut-
tractive prices. This he must
do In u HO.Mi; newspaper; u
newspaper thut goes Into the
homo when the family is at home
and Is read by every member.
There Is a dllferenco In talk-
Ing to u few people In nn of-
llco where n morning paper Is
5 tuken und thrown down on' a
desk; where ull hands uro too
busy to tuke u second look nt
it, und talking to three or four
! thousand families through the
evening paper whore everybody
bus tlmo und does read It ull
tho difference In the world to
fourteen Indictments were returned
by ii grand Jury ut Chicago against
Maurice Knrlght and other men whom
the police characterized us labor slug
gers. Malcolm Htrauss, the Illustrator, und
Miss Kntherlne Agnevv McDonald, a
chorus girl at the Winter Garden. New
York, wire married.'
. 1-V.irri are felt for-the safety of a
parly or live aboard tho yacht Vuyu,
missing since tjiejsloop wus caught In
a blow off Sandy Hook.
Many diamonds havo been lost
by neglecting to have worn-out1
ring claws repaired snon'enough.
dur prices for reclawlng and
remounting are quite moderate,
tho service prompt, und the
workmanship tho best.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,