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r Evening Bttjjjstin
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) Daily every day except Sunday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Fakrington, ... Editor
BVUININO. 'tsUI-l UTIfV H'BUKI.V lllll.lHl IN
ri Month, iinlic!tlu U8, .... ,7H IctSilMtmtm .rto
PnQutncr, nnywtitrl'nUa . . 3.ihi Pet Vnt, anywheic In U S . .. I.txt
Pei Ym, tnvhtie1nUS M.oo Pet Yrar hnrwtier o CtnatU. I.Uti
Pr Veni.r"!,"'!, lofclin l3.to Pfl Ver frtttpn'tl. tomt.il ., .. 3.u
Tp i LEditorltul Rooms,
1 v5Il Business Office,
He was n mail who Mole (lie llicrj i Hawaii knows from experience that
of the rotirt of lieauu In MTU' the the Democrats of the South aro slow
(In II In. l'olloli, i I to meddle with the sugar schedule.
The new phase suggested by Mr. Al-
Thu pioposltlon to gl'c thlmcs tliclr,licrt Is that under the working pro
cholco of going to Jail or Joining tho gram laid out for tho regular session
Miinvj Is an aliomlnatlon. It tnkes hon
orable nun to run a imvy such as this
j country needs to maintain
jj i:ennor Scars, who lum dime tome
T spcitacular things In rec.cnt.yc.ir., Is
J about to undertake tho greatest Imr-
nrd she has Jet encouiitcrod. She Is
to marry ono of the Vanderbllt boys
After lhlng Ifi Arkansas H'cars,
two pet blow snakes wriggled their
way hack to a Missouri farm, whera
they wero hatched and raised Now
-Mlst-ouri has it on Arkansas.
Now that I'olnnt I Astor has glen
flMndclliie IVrco $.',000,000, sho 'had
better qultn tho iiialrlinoiil.il game.
fcyThat Is probably more motley than
tlio courts will allow hor If fcho ocr
Vsues for iillmon.v
?T After being stung by :i bee-Ueorge
jMl'utncy, of Unltj, N 11 , remained un
Jconsclous for ncvcriil days, Homo of
:Mlin ullllnf n.itiill.l.ilna Tmf flmnrnni'
of Hawaii bsvvo apiarently been 'lit by I
the samo sort of a critter.
j. , . .
i Xue" ""I. Ueguni o( Jtboputarlctl
I homo from the coronation sho took
t5 ' with tier 213 trunks In which -were
it - packed 4022 gold 'watches and CO
, , gramophones. That's tho Influence
i tho famine. In India bad on Uinlleguni
I .Admiral Togo mlsbcd a good tiling
fiwhen be'pasbcd up the frontier l)i,
VCclebratlo'n' at. Chejcnno, but then he
Jcoulijn't see cmt thing in 17 days
fThe cowboys would never have ishon
lilm the (It of Indignation that ho en
"joyed while visiting Boston.
When good essels llko tho Kllnuea
nro added to tho Inter-Island licet
through tho policy of piotectlon to
American shipping, that polity Is cer
tainly worth while and should iom-
t'mcnil Itself to the people of Hawaii
uuu'qecuru lueil t'liuiilHluniiu Mippoil.
With Drr-Hlicplierd taking the posi
tion vaulted by Or Pratt, and an ex
pert coming from ran. una to look
'over tho situation tho Hoard of Health
hotil(l not lack for snrittarlans. And
that's what Is needed to put Ilono
r.& lulu In u sanitary condition .mid keep
f It there.
Queen Lllluokalanl has never done
a mom gracious act or one thatiwlll
do moio for beautifying Honolulu
than Hint with which sho celebrated
, her scvcnty-tblrd birthday, and mado
Viiposstblo a public park nt tho Wall.a
hahulii falls In Niiuanu. Tho Queon
I'-J'enjoys n most unique nnd huppy po-
'sltlon among tho peoplo or the Tor
rltory, and It Is most gratifying to all
citizens nnd residents that advancing
)ears find her In continued good
,?, health and taking a lively Interest In
r',,J,rnnttors that hnvo as much or innro
IV to do with tho welfaro of tho citizens
of Hnwnll than politics nnd what
1 might bo termed tho affairs of State.
It BRIGHT SL'G if PROSPECTS.
v The Infnrmatlnii contained In to-
." day's letter from tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n's
fWashliigtnti correspondent Is mighty
Wnleasimt for tho Territory of Hawaii.
. - -
K' ' tied up as Hh proaporlty Is lo the
biigar schcduln and tho policy of pro
! Corresnondcnt Albeit Is In n nosl
tlon to gain Insldo Information re-
gardlng tho plnns of tho party man
agcrs In Congress, nnd ho Is In dally
.(touch with tho executive and leglsla
'live departments of tho government.
'This nssurcs accuracy In tho state -
tniiTit nt nrpHpnt Hnv fnr R. unil lililltlv
..... - ,.. --... -.., .-..-, ..-. -...-,
aio urnw reunuiu conclusions tin tuu
probabilities for tho future.
Weekly issued on Tuesday.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Intneo si the Fwitortii. ii llniMiiblu
m unoml-rlant tnittler
SEPTEMBER 2, 1911
next winter, Congress will bno c
haiisted Its time limit before teaching
the sugar schedule
Tho future I. Indeed bright for the
jiroducer of sug ir whoso, property! Is
outside the area that has been struck
with weather disaster, that Is bcynnd
human power to control. .
CHICAGO'S VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS.
C'hldigo's Hoard of IMucntlon has
recently adopted n courso of stud)
for the (ilrls' High School of Mechan
ic Arts, an Institution to bo opened
In September. The school is Intend
ed to supply instruction for girls who
need trji",'- for Imiui'dlato Rolf-siip
port and w i arc not sulllclcntly ad
valued to enter ono of tho regular
high schools. Girls from tho fourth,
fifth, shth and nevciitli grades of tho
elementary schools will bo udmlltcd
in courses, oxicnuing over ppnoua.oi
six months, u year, and n year arid a
half. Such practical subjects .as
cooking, needlework and machine
sowing, and other trade work ns ro-
Jiulrcd, and Instruction lu. Ungllsh,
arithmetic and Other ' academic
Tho school board has accepted a
lecommcndatlon of Superintendent
nila F. Young that no girl bo admit
ted from tho fourth ntid.-Jlfth grades
who is less than fourteen years of
ago, and no girl from tho sixth and
seventh grades ,vvho Is less than fif
teen years oage, and thai udmisslon
from the fourth, fifth, sixth nnd sov
enth grades lo determined on tho
basis of exumtnallnu.
For girls who can nfford tho time,
a four-year and a two-year course
hnvo been prepared, embracing the
(A) A font -year course, embrac
ing: 1 (icneral household science (In
cluding cooking, laundry work, house
sanitation and management, and
household accounts); Intensilled
(ruining to be given to those vyho wish
to becomo Institutional workers, man
agers of kitchens and lunch lootns, In
valid nnd diet workers, nnd emerg
2. Household Arts (Including plain
sewing, dressmaking, inlllliiory, em
broidery, laco making. Infants' and
children's clothing, euro of hospital
and hotel linen, nnd Intorlor decorat
ing); Intensified training to bo given
to thoso who wish (o fit thcmsolves
for supervising nnd for special work;
machines run by electricity and foot
power to bo used.
3. Srlenco (Including chemistry and
biology, taught with a view to under
standing, nnd nxporlenco In needs of
dally lire, as well ns with tho Idea of
gaining nn Insight Into scientific
method and theory).
i. ah, wiui specialized work In
costumo, mllllnory, nnd embroidery
. i.ngiisu, both iiiiiitnrlaii nnd
6 Applied mnthenmtles.
7. Geography, history, nnd civics,
with special rcforenco to tho needs of
women In Chicago.
8, Physical tduintlon and physlol
ogy with tho Idea of Improving health
and of giving recreation and training
in social requirements
0 Music as a recicallvn and ctiltur-r
al study (H) A two-year course, bin
shaped to fit students for industrial
employment by tho end nt tho second
Courses In salesmanship, typeset'
ling, bnxmnklng, and other Indus,
tries to bo organoid as needed
Tho school will contain a fully
, equipped lunch room
I Tlil, la tl.n nli..,n.t.. r ,....il.ni
. ...... . ,u iMutuill-l Ji IJIUtllKU
euucanon tnnt 19 needed throughout
I Hawaii, nnd If onco adopted would
(II) KoMmrriinr (Iro. II. Curler.)
One vv.iy t cncoiunRo botiieHteivd
era la to mnke every (Inciting tlenii
unit licit 1 1
A dlversMed Imlimlry Hint In woitli
while la raising healthy human beings
mid keeping them nllvc.
If ltr. McOciriiuick Is rnniervittlvo
Vvbeii lie stiitert that iiiio-tlilrd tho
deitlm fan be brovented hurt tiiic-liiiU
(he de.ithH nre due trl lack of circ,
fiiil ii.OSS dentlis occurred In 1!)t,
tlien why not encourage Health arjil
Hospitals tin well as Immlgrnllon?
make nhort work of tho old cry that
''schooling" educates children
PLANNING NIGHT LIFE IN .THE
The Commercial Club of Independ
ent c, Illinois, Is having some dlfflcultv
In llndlng a convenient night for Its
meetings, llctvvcen lodge meetings
nnd prnjcr meetings tho Commercial
Club Is up against n difficult problem
to select the night In tho week best
suited to a ninjorlty of lis members.
If j on think there Is nnythlngto
laugh nt In tho Independence story It
morel) shows that, you aro not ac
quainted with life In small towns. Ono
of the big civic nnd social problems
In every country town ls to find
enough nights In itlio'wCck fdr tho
things tho peoplo want to tlo.
First of nil conies prayer meeting
night Wednesday v pveryb,ody 'take's
note of that factlln,Hrro'nglng-,datc8
for any gathering or function of nhy
Und. Tho society lenders, the local
"lectin o biirenu," tho "opera house"
iimnngor they never speak of them
us theaters In small towns no ono
thinks of planning to ho1daiiny sort -of
n meeting on Wednesday night, it they
want the peoplo to attend. Tho pray
er meeting has tho excluslvo rlght-nt-wny
by vlrtuo of a mutual under
standing between tho Church 'and tho
Many years ago thero wero at least
two prayer meeting nights In cvory
town. Tho Methodists always, met on
Thursday night nnd tho I'r'fsliytcrlans
on Wednesday night. It was found
that two nights out of tho week In tho
country town was somewhat burden
some and It was finally agreed, to unite
on Wednesday evening ns belonging
to tho church people as religious right.
That, contract between tho Church
nnd "the world" has been observed ns
one of tho unwritten laws of tho toun
try town code. It Is not tn bo nccept
ed, of course, that everybody In tho
town goes to prayer meeting. Hut
nearly everybody In tho nterngo toun
try town "belongs" to some ono of the
denominations. cn if they don't go
to prnjcr meeting they would not llko
to. patronize any "worldly entertain
mont" on that night to tho neglect of
their church duty.
Next to tho prnyor meeting In ln(
pnrtnnco conio tho Masons and tho
Odd Fellows. Their lodgo meetings
must bo bold on different nights be
cnuso many belong to both lodges.
Formerly these three orders wero rec
ognized ns tho Institutions of tho
small towns entitled to consideration
In making up tho list of social func
tions or "dating" a theater attraction
Hut now there aro ns many lodges-lo
bo reckoned with as thero nro com
binations of Icttors In tho alphabet,
and nil of them hnvo a following In
every country town not to mention
tho fact that ono night must bo jlven
up to tho brass baud rchcnrsnl and
nnnthcr to "choir practice" for nil tho
EXPORTS OF PATENTING
Nearly 7 million dollars' worth of
"patent medicines" wero exported
from tho United States In tho past
year, and for tho past decade tho ag
gregate amounta to uioro than GO mil
lion dollars. These figures, as com
piled from tho official records or tho
Hurcait or Statistics, Department or
Commorco and I-ulior, Include only
that class or exports designated as
"medicines, patent and proprietary,"
or which tho oxports in Hill wero
$G,783,b20. .to foielgnJcountVles and
more than a qunitcr of n million dol
lars' win th to tho noncontiguous tor
ritorivu of tho United -Klntcs; ambdo
not include tho numerous articles ox
ported for uso in the prepnintlon of
medicines, such ns ginseng, which
amounts to mora than n million dol
lars annually, mots, balks and hcibs,
and other tu titles of tills character.
In tho ten months ending with April
lOtl, Hnwnll bought from tho main
land proprietary medicines valued at
$111,130. Purchases for tho month of
April iilnno wore over $.'000.
Tho popularity of American medi
cines seems to hnvo grown with their
uso. Fifteen years ago the value of
tho exports of "patent or proprietary
Large Attractive House
f -i i
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown Distiict
IF YOU ,hv any sttractlv.
invcitmtnt In view ana
rtquir funds to enabU
you to tako it up, call
and at ua. We may bo
able to help you.
Wo have money to loan on
Sugar Blocki or Real Estate.
We buy and sell Stocks and
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of 8lx Selected Pinei or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave jour order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wolls, Forgo Express Company)
medicines" amounted to loss than 2
i i,tt i i .
million dollars, ppr, annum; In 1900
tho total was but 3 millions; In 1905,
fi mlllion;i nnd In 1911, practically 7
million, the totnl for that year being
larger than that of any othor year.
All tho world, It seems, takes Amer
ican medicines, for tho countries and
colonics tn which tlio 7 million dollars'
worth of "medicines, patent or pio
prlctary," wuo ont last year mint-.
bored 80, heultered over every grand
division and throughout (he islands of
tho sea. One would, perhaps, scarce
ly expect to sen h largo dcniaiid In
Kiirono for this class of merchandise.
yot the exports to Knglnnd alone av-
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which, at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten .years ago since the
pioneer settler ,on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were '
none of the 'many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. f Nowill thead
vantages thatsican possibly be "asked for arc
procurable: Mountain. spring water, tele
phoijCtffiilectritj lighf and Rapid 'Transit
service, and gasTor eppking.
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.
Choice Metal and
Hand - Carved prames
Tho office houri of the
are from 7 a. m. to Si 30 p. m. on week
days and on 8unday from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ship.'
craged 2 million dollars per annum
during tho past three years, whllo
smaller values went to other Hnro
pc.in countries, many or them being
communities In which tho chemlc.il
industry has attained a high drgico or
development, such as Germany,
Franco and Austria. The lurggr ex
ports or American mcdlclnos of the
cl.ias under discussion In tho flswil
year 1910 Included England, over IT)
million dollars; Germany, C4 thou
sand; Spain, Ii!i thousand; France, -16
thousand; and Hclgluni, 32 thousand
dollars. To North America tho ex
ports of American-made patent nnd
proprietory medicines nvcrago about
l'A million dollars per annum, Cuba,
Can Ida, Mexico, Panama, and the
Hrltlsh West Indies being tho best
cuslomersi To Cubi tho exports last
year amounted to 422 thousand dol
lars; to Canada, 2.11 thousand; tn
Mexico, 190 thousand; tn l'aiiiiuia, 11(1
thousand, and to tho Hrltlsh West In
dies, I0J thousand dollars
South America, whore tho cheniltal
manufacturing Industry has not yot
iiKsuined Impoitunce, offers n steady
market for American medicines, tho
ovports thereto exceeding I million.
and frequently approximating t V6
million dollars per annum. To Argen
tina Inst sear's exports of Alilnllcnn
medicines amounted tn 411 thousand
lollai'Mj-.thof'o to Hrazll, 277 thousand;
Venezuela, l"40 thousand, nnd" thoso to
Chllo mid Colombia, each about 131 !
nr llm Auliil i. rnnnlrlna. Ilin III II.
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Ish Hist Indies nro tho only commun
ities whoro patent medicines of Amer
ican manufacture seem to have gained
n foothold, To India tho exports In
tho llscal year HMO amounted to 160
thousand dollars; to the Straits Set
tlements, over 10 thousand dollars,
and to other Hrltlsh Fust Indies, l
thousand dollars; while to the Chin
cie Umpire tho total was but 30 thou
sand dollars, to Japan less than 30
thousand, mfd to such largo commun
ities ns l'cislu, Asiatic Turkcyj and
Slam, the shipments nro relatively
Nearly every section of Africa If
represented in tho list of countries tt
.which America!) patent' and proprie
tary medicines nr exported, the val
ues ranging from $S,3rl In the case
or Hrltlsh South Africa to $1,007 Ir
that or Fgypt, $1,108 to tho Canary
Islands, and $100 to Spanish Afrlcn
the llgurcs being In enili case those
or the flscnl year IU10.
Of tho countries clnsscd tindci
"Oceania," Australia and Tasmania I
tho Inrgest market for American med
Iclncs, being credited In 1910 vlth 30."
thousand dollars worth, compare!
with 107 thousand to tho Philippine?
no thousand to Now Zealand, nnd les
thnn $1000 worth to French Oceania
Tuberculosis still leads the way Ii
connection with tho number of con
lagloiis diseases icportcd for tho tils
diet of Honolulu during tho slxtcoi
days ended August 31, tn tho presl
dent of the Hoard or Health, Dr. J. S
Nino cases or tuberculosis havi
been reported to tho department nnd
two cases or diphtheria. ,
Congressman Thomas f Hellly nn
nouiites that his month's notary at
major of Mcildcu, amounting to ?S.'.S0
bus been traiif( mil to tho account ni
liixpictor of foods.
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model for
the young man.
With the popular high heel
And all the Crossctt com
"Mg&s iXs fibA Earf
$4 to $6 everywhere.
Lewta A. Crotaett, Inc. , Maker
North AUaiton, Mm.
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
StjU m 9$ IK l&ffi
Liberal Installment Payments
Sfftnd Ten Vtltrs-ktlievtJ in Ihree
" I....L. ril., IaWK.K11.NA.
" have Buffered with kidney mni
bladder trouble tor ten yean past.
"Last Mnrrlv I ''commenced Using
1'eruna and continued for three months.
t havo not used It since, nor have I folt
Tho oldest member of tho Vermont
lar, Augustus 1. Hiintonn, died at his
ome nt Ilcthel, V., nged 115 years.
The government s'f Canada hns ijinilo
n addition to tho transportation fn
lllllcs of tho country In the form'ot
Hlnisbury. Conn, has voted to erect
HO.OOO grammar school.
TO AN "
You might say this about
tie after a visit to -our
Sheridcn ttreet milk depot.
But it It all necessary If
you want to bo 'assured of
absolutely pure milk.
Comparo our scientific
methods with the ordinary
(J t I
barnyard and you'll , see
why it is to your Interest
to buy milk from
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
it P. WICHMAN & CO.