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EVBNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNE8DAY, AUQ.I23, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER QF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
j in the Territory ot Hawaii.
Wali,aci; R. Fakrington, - Editor
v SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
nMnnlli, anjhteln OS ,711
I ti Uiiaitai.aiijmlKta'u U.S 3.1X1
fit WarlativhelnU.S M.tto
In rai.i,Aid,lntcljtn O.oo
npi ( auditorial Rooms,
1 cl,IBu8lnes Office,
lint' nf Hit' Mtrri'il duties uf it lio),
nrxl In I lir mif lie nwvs Ills father ami
mellier, Ih Hint nf ilefeinlliii. Itl rniui
trj in lime nf need. I liellete Hint
rltle ilitintlni; slinnlil lit' tuiiu'lil In (lit'
pulillc rliiiil, anil lli.it In llih vii)
defenders should lie made fur Hit'
ruuiilrj. 'Ilic man eiuilujliii: la rue
immlMTs nf turn ouulit In Imliiie them
with tlir neeessllt nf muliitiiliini:; a
I I'lllete tie out-lit In half a leu
j ears' enlistment Instead nf Hit' pres
ent three iears. Mltli sneli mi nr
rmiKi'iiii'iil Hit' suliller nniiltt serte
(href joan nrtlii sortlri- nntl kmpii
j ram In reiiilliifss. ,Fttr tlicap orti'ii
.Tears lit- unnlil In- under mi olilliru
linn t'rrit In lit' snhjeet In rail In
Hit' rii'iil lie wit iii'i'ilril. (icn. I.rnn
aril Htmil, Chief nf Staff nf the Army
of the I'lilttil States.
THE SHRINERJND HIS DRUM.
JT' Tliu excitement of Mils allowed tu
f Jhcat (Im bass drum In tlio shrlner b
i band. In IloclicHtcr, New Ytnk, was
ton much for Simon Ilcrnliclmcr, mil
lionaire brewer, and lie dropped dead
on the realisation tif Ilia loiiR-chcr-Ishcil
. Others liao nxiilretl to "wnku tti
cehtacy the living lyre," to win melody
from (he harpulchortl anil the lluto, A
' recognizable tiino linn been blown
from Iho deep-mouthed tuba.
.. lint the abKorbiliK pabslon for (lie
IjIk li.iaa ill tun, wblcli for years had
leeiuan otmcHxIon with llui'nlicllicr;
lands tinlnuc. Itoliic a wealthy man
-he bad In jearn past nrKiinlzpil nn en
tire, band, and kept It going at n cost
of iw,0W) ilyctr. Just for the prlvlknu
of pluvlng the drum. '
In twenty-seven years, wbllo he wnt
fonneeteil with various amateur bands,
,ho bad nuver missed but three re
hearsals, llu looked upon the hulls-
w'Mnpnu.,i.in t,,., uiilfivi'lv tiiHlriiitifiit.
vj. ' . . "'
with Its Kitmiit of one full note, with
all the ardor of childhood.
OwIiik to Iho nhsenco of the ruRiilitr
drummer In tbo'Shrlnors' band, Hern-
hclmcr was called upon to perforin.
At Iho apex of bis Joy and prldn some
thing snapped ami the man with the
stranKU passion was mi mo're.
Whether It was a mmlvnl of the
heart of childhood or a born talent
for (ho bites drum, such its another
miiHlelan might have for a violin, It
Is Impossible! tn say.
The, fact remains that tlio drum,
ever since It was Introduced into
western Europe by the Cnisadera, lias
hail a strnngo Influence over man
kind. One of tlio heresies of a reforming
age bits been the proposition to do
nwny with (ho drum,
Napoleon, according to bis own tes
timony, would have sncrillced n bat
talion llrst. His "drummer boy of
Marengo" saved tbo day and von
Tlio drummer, In a celebrated paint
Ing, is one of the embodiments of "Tlio
Spirit of '"ft."
Tim drum has borne Its part In
spells and Incantations, without which
(he charm could not work.
TIo deadly cnbia dunces before it;
spirits romo at Its call. It bents tlma
for nnllva dancers.
Nn wonder that Its enchantment has
fnllon upon childhood slnco the very
beginning of things.
Why should wo wemder Hint the
Tho Dad My son, I want tn toll you,
'Hint tho secret of my success, ns It
must bu ot any man's, Is hard work.
The Son Sit! dad, I don't caio tu
Jiear other peopju's secrets, and I am
,"too much of a gentleman to tnko nd-t
f'vantngo of Information gained In that
way. Say no inoro.
"A party platform Is nn Important
rnnslderiitlmi." said ono statesman
VI "Yds," replied (he other, "u pnrty
i'fl Kit Moilos a .,,
Per Year, anrwhtie hi U.S I.ott
Pf-r Year anrwhera n Canada. l,ni
Pel Vtar Mli'd,loutD... ... 3.txt
emererl at the Poatnrtice at llrmomla
aa etnut-clas matter
AUGUST 23, 19)1
charm remained with Ilcriihclmcr un
til after his (hrec-scoie cars?
It Is given to but few men to enter
tain a life-long ambition and In tho
end to attain It. Such was the fato
of the millionaire brewer, whoso
wealth might hno bought all that
licai t desired, but whose ambition was
bounded by a drum,
THE TAFT CHALLENGE
Under the uboo title an Hnglisli
paper, printed in London, says:
"The gtcatest and most useful Lent
discourse ccr given wns given by Sir
l.dwartl Grey u few days ago In tho
Ilouso ot Commons; ami tho subject
comes within the senpo of our study
or the usages and uses of Ia-iiI, bo
causo it turned upon a proposal In
volving the finest act of sclf-itbnega
(Ion ever suggested to any nation, and
because thank Hem en! It Involves
it' risk; and it is precisely tlio cle
ment of risk that gives it Its value:
for Ideals aro notor truly followed
until they Involve risks.
"What Is the actual proposal? I,cl
incro lie no mistake about It. Mr,
Tnjt challenged some great nation
any great nation to make with
America a compact neer (o go to
war for any cause, not even when
territory and 'honor' wore concerned;
but to submit every difference, if
necessary, to arbitration. And It was
this, challenge, that Sir Kdward Orcy
And this is what Mr. Ilalfour said
when be endorsed tho challenge:
"Ccrtnlnly I do not seo'winy tlim-
culty In carrying out, as between par
tlculnr nations, tho llrst ot President
Tuft's suggestions. I hopo wo may
accept tho suggestion of President
Tuft us meaning In this respect that
not merely Iho Cabinet and tlio Amor,
lean (lovornment, but they that repro.
sent the general feeling In tho United
States that tho time has conic when
these two great nations, who. what
ever other countries may do, nt all
ovonts recognlo so far as thoy aro
concerned that peace Is Jho greatest
of their Interests, and that the (line
has come when (hey may nt least bo
bound tn some, mutual obligation by
treaty to rofer all questions (hat can
possibly produce anything so horrible
ns war between them to somo arbitra
"I can itssuro the right linnornblo
gentleman that If ho and tho (Jov
eminent seo their way to carry out
any arrangement ot that kind ho will
find no heartier friends of tho policy
thnn wo who sit on theso bonches."
Of a prayer composed by tbo clergy
of (he dloceso of Oxford, a brother
"Thero hao boen millions of such
l'eaco prayers, but tlio disheartening
thing has nlways been that those who
havo offorcd them liavo never secmctl
to bo aware that they hud tlio power
to answer them. To tell tho honest
truth, tlio Church Itself reminds one
of the story of tho observant lltllo
girl, who, returning from a visit to
her uncle, told her father all tho
news; and this was among tho rest
That Wllllo wits learning to sny his
prayers, and to say, 'Ond mako mo a
good hoy.' 'That Is oxcollent,' said
her father. Hut then, nfter it mo
ment's reflection, she added, 'Hut ho
hasn't done it yet.' Let us hopo Hint
both the Church nnd Wllllo will soon
And an answer to tholr prayers."
Mr. Tnft has not only tho principles,
but tlio Initiative necessary for, (ho
It, but you show your skill In avoid
Shopkeeper Want n situation ns it
rand-boy, do you? Well, ran you tell
mo low far Iho moon Is frpm Iho
Hoy Well, guvnor, I don't know;
but I reckon It ain't near onough to
Interfere with mo running errands.
He got the Job.
Mrs. Knlrknr Will your furniture
go la tlio new flat?
Large Attractive House
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown District
IF YOU have any attractive
Investment In view ana
require funds to enable
you to take It up, call
and tee ui. We may be
able to help you.
We havo money to loan on
Sugar Stocks or Real Estate.
We buy end sell Stocks and
Bonds. ' '
' , ii,
Bishop trust Co.. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your ordtr we do the
I3LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
fiirtboranco of theso principles. Ho
has the tact, too, required In ono who
wishes to Influence great bodlos Ilka
legislatures. In tho arbitration un
reciprocity treaties he bus won tho
support of Congress. Who vouli
havo believed It n 'few months ago?
Firmly, but cautiously, tho Presi
dent Is. urging tho wisdom of estab
lishing a Department of Health, and
now ho cumes nut In a scathing de
nunciation of quack cures and nos
trums. Mr. Tuft Is tho llrst Presi
dent who hits taken a stuntl against
this crying evil.
'This mcBsncu was Insulred by the
recent decision of tho United States
Supreme Court, which hold 'that "the
Land of Puupueo
WHJ5N, rt man huys something useful
which nt the same time is steadily in
creasing in, value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little oyer ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
inade his Jiome there. Then there were
none of the niany conveniences required by
he exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas. for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
a itooM without PioTtmns is
1.1KU A ttOOM WITHOUT WIN
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5i30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ships'
Pure Food and Drugs I.-iw docs not
forbid (he knowingly false labeling of
nostrums with regard to their cura
tive effect or physical action. i
"In other words, tho manufacturer
of tho worst patont-mcdlclnc fraud In
the world can boldly claim It to bo
an unfailing euro for dlseuso which
every physician knows to bo incur
able, and yet remain unpunished
This decision swings tho door wldo
open to unscrupulous persons, who,
under Its protection, cun prey upon
Iho health of (ho pcoplo without fear
Tho President points (his out clear
ly In (ho message, in which ho urges
upon Congress (ho passngo of. laws
which will prevent fraudulent mis
representations as tn tho curatlvo
values ot tho medicines sold to tho
Aro wo surprised nt our President's
firm and insistent stand for natlnnnl
righteousness? Wo should not bo, for
It Is tho logical outcoino of his atti
tude Inwards (lot! and his fellow
man. 11c believes In tho salvation of
tho race by right living and doing.
Wo might liuva known that ho would
bo what ho Is when ho stood for his
religious convictions before olortlon;
when ho took pains to let it bo known
Hint ho was it Unitarian, although
oven his managers feared that it
might defeat him. Shortly before his
election ho addressed n meeting ot
Ills ro-rcllglonlsts, to whom ho said:
"It is tlma (ho pcoplo know what
our religion Is, for a fow days ago
I received n telegram asking mo (o
telegraph a denial of (ho outrageous
statement Hint 1 wns a Unitarian."
Tho pcoplo of tho United States are
beginning to llnd out, not only what
n good President is, but what a good
Unltnrlnp may be.
(Continued from Page 1)
Democrats to "come up to tho rack."
Hn said It looked bad for them to put
farm products on tho free list nnd low
er the duties on wool and Its maliu
factures, mid then have u lit when It
was suggested tn do tbo same tiling
for tliu cotton schedule. Ills scorching
repr(iimiid wns received tn sullen si
lence, but did not prevent Senators
(Herman ami Simmons from continu
ing their opposition to cotton revision.
Tlio regular Republicans were much
delighted nt tlio attltudo In which tho
Democrats were placed. They will
mako polltlrul capital of It 111 tho next
campaign, seeking to demonstrates that
(ho Democrats will do nothing moro
for tho people thnn tlio 'Republicans
when It comes to a matter of shoc
plnchlng. They, wlll.tell bow the Dem
ocrats wrrii anxious to save money
for the plain people, by reducing all the
opprcsslvo rates oC existing law, but
balked when It como to thoso affecting
tho Southern States.
The entlro inntler of attempted tariff
revision was' nothing but a gnmo of
politics from beginning to end. It wns
well understood p.t nil stages of tho
legislative program that President Tnft
would promptly veto nny mensuro low
ering duties. Ho had but one reuson to
olTcr and furnished It In advance. It
was that the Tariff Hoard would not
bo ready to report on any proposed
inodlllcstlon of duties lieCoro December
i, when tbo regular session of Con
gress will begin. Ho Insisted that tho
data collected by tlio Tnrltl Hoard
should be available for uso before re
ductions wcro undertaken.
REAL eSTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record August 22, 19)1.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
M Yoshlokn to D Kngulanl CM
Mnry Kennedy nnd hsb to Cblng
Klla (k) by Kiln id Nn welii (k).... h
Ko'it Kitullll ct ul to Mrs Kawenu
Kaullll A D
("bnrles N .Mnrkuci, tr, to IMali R
Von 1 latum-Young Co Ltd to John
Von Hainin-Youiig Co to Jonah
Jonah ruinmlngs. to von Ilamm-
Youug Co Ltd IiS
I'nrker R Cuminlngs et ill to von
Humm-Young On Ltd CM
Mutual Itldg &. Loan Assn of 11 Ltd
to Mnry H Aridrndo Rcl
Mary H Andrudn and bsti to San
Ant Port Dent Kticy of 11 M
Seely I Shaw nnd wf to First Am
Suvs & Tr Co of II Ltd M
Entered for Record August 23, 1911.
From 830 a. mfl to 10i30 a, m.
Nnkiin Islinnlsii tn llllo Kmporluin
Ltd . . . .- - CM
l.otilmt W Ptiaitloa nnd hsb to
Jumch L l-'utifata D
Jesse l'Vrnandes tn H Cllllcsplo ....CM
Thomas Plnonppto Co Ltd to K T
Hnrliichl ct ill ......; Rcl
MILK that Is PURE, MILK
that Is RICH, MILK that
Is WHOLESOME, MILK
that Is FOOD in health and
M E O I C I N E In sickness,
MILK that Is from abso
lutely sanitary dairies,
where conditions are open
to all who care to investi
gate. That's the kind WE sell.
Call at our Sheridan street
depot and see the new
electrical purifying process
smart and dnappy
All sorts of stylish
shapes in the new
Crpssetts. Models in
gun metalf black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with scallops and
perforation. Fit the
toot snugly; give the
height of comfort.
Look them over.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lewis A. Crosiett, Inc., leaker
North AbioitoB. Mast.
105 1 Fort Street.
SIX ROOMS and BATH M'
Electric Lights Modern Plumbing
Cheap for; Cash Apply J. J., Bulletin Office
Stwnach, Urn, KMiwy and
NO THIS fICTU.t MUST
fit eMcvrav pacaaec
a. ea.jaH. sa,i.f c.
.fa u .. pat ...tea
Honolulu Drug to.
OaM luBtMtins. Dwiaia. Saw S-fv
ack Lack af Ana". 79J'.ltlP'i!l. ??
acta? Dumw. Ceand Toaava, BAoiiaMia,
Malana, BMaUawa, . lj" '"JUi.
fSaCfc nBSiXtoTy miTarffi;
Tim" Kcaaam Warn, CatH Cos
aawfca. Aaaawc CmkIm..
A Cm) Taw laf Woass.
II jM ear krMel I tie M. kw MM
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1 782
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
I l'liim jour IiiiiiiI tin I lit' ihiIsc tit
, Honolulu's liusliifss ltorld lij IicIiik
I n tonstiiiit rt'iiilrr nf tlio Want Ad
I Section of tli Ilu I to tin.
Mrs. Ilockcr It will after It's
"A U UUUttOf I KUIl. 1UU IUIUB ICU.UIIO
fsplntform In politics Is a good deal like