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I line iltfH" bi'IiitohIIj III Ihe deIfii,
liiiiiiiinll) In tin exictitlon, n nd mud-
I initio li In suicfts. lllsmurck.
Cundless left tlio Republican part)
I.'ntertnln the tourists? Certainly, hecuuse he felt that Rome of the He
Start them off tlirmiRli tho hills with publicans weru "phiylng him fnlsely."
Alexander Hume I'ard.
San Francisco Is In no greater need
of a flrxt class man for Mayor dining
the next four yeurs, than Honolulu.
According to all reports the Alnskn
cinders are trying to nuiko the users
of canned siilmun pay the expense of
the unsuccessful ruhls on Hawaii's
Prepare for a bus Kail und it rush
Inc Winter In Honolulu The home
turning and climate seeking popula
' Hon will do what the sugar market
Ambassador O'llrlen Is willing to
say a whole lot In mighty few words
when It tomes to talking about nuit-
tcrs that hue to do with Hawaii's do
Tutting Its on u Interpretation on a
public matter In preference to staling
the plain fucts Is an old dodge of the
morning paper thut may fool some of
the people part of the time.
' That art gift to l'unubaii should be
the signal for other friends of the in
stitution to match it with large mat
erial endowments to meet tho
practical needs of the growing school
0er In St Louis they are legislat
ing against the smoking automublle
Here In Honolulu an automobile man
j Is supposed to risk exceeding tho
speed limit In order to get out of the
way of his own smoke, and the people
help snuff it up
No one doubted thut Astor und Miss
Force would securo someone to mar
r them, once they had mud up their
minds. Though the whole affair Is n
disgrace and an abomination, "line
will laugh at locksmiths" till the
world Is much older und belter.
Chnlrmnn Ilnnirs mioht to be u irrcat
i , success us u promoter. As a member
jjof the Legislature, his bill to hold
'back the wuves on un islund beach
Lt.HA.it.ltf Itnnr.liilit Intn nrnmltianoA .ill
tvKvover the world, und no doubt caused
TfiirrAnr itinnv npnnln In (urn to the
I nini ati.l illa.Al.. tlia fkltmn
ISInce tho public seems little Inter
pested In tho prlco of sugar It is time'
ly-to turn uttentlon to the next J ear's
tourist crop that should bo the lurg'
est on record, and will continue to
break records for numbers if the peo-
pie 'of Honolulu do their share In
keeping the town so (.lean that port
quarantines will not be threatened.
I It-Is apparent that the enemies of
Kuhlo have a candidate they Intend
to spring somewhat later in the game.
Otherwise there could be no good rea
son for tho wholesale attack on It.
r (Br B",nB0' wllu s quoted as saying
--f'JSthut' should Kuhlo refuse to run next
jyear, no vvoulu be willing to make tliu
flight for the Dileguteshlp. The re
ef ifsat has never been presented.
?For some reason not yet mado mib-
lllc all the Democratic ussoclutes of
IBS' McCundless are busy taking a
I!ow did Congressman Womlmf
fncquU himself In tho congressional
11 le struck out twice, and then got
lleuvejto print n base hit."
rdlllko to go down on tho farm und
mlimlu with the boys
LfjfTlfco'uld hae as big u time as thut
, luiuuy Ul JUD.
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rr Eu Monto.. MiMit Au
Per Ycat, aoywhciit la VjA I.uo
PtrYrar anywher d Canada. I.Ho
Pet Vtar potpm!d, fontto , 3.o
Sneered at lb Postoltic. el lloMiitla
a. feroml-rlaii. matter
, SEPTEMBER 11, 1911
whack at li tut Homo declare that ho
shall nut IlKuro prominently In tho
li.irty, und others explain why hu c.in-
nut. If luemur. serves currcctly Mc-
If his Democratic friends are not
sticking a knlfo In eery bone of his
political body, they ure dece'lving an
Refusal to delay tin! nailing of the
warships In order for them to take
part in n celebration, Is the best proof
hut the ships of the United States
navy are being handled witli un Idea
of making our navy efficient In some
thing mote useful than dinner parties
und street parades. Wo ure Borry for
Sun Krunclsco, but bellcvo thut our
neighbors and most nil other Anierl
cans will agree thut It would hate
been n joku to postpono a practice
cruise, Just to make u spectacular
showing when the President turns the
sod for a Kulr grounds.
TRYING TO TRICK KAHN.
That's tho headline.
"'For a city which can obtuin tho
necessary lund without too much ex
pense, the civic center Ideu Is the only
one, said Congressman Julius Knhn at
the Young lust evening."
Thut Is the beginning of the story.
Then way down at the bottom of the
article the following appears:
In regard to Honolulu's fight for
a civic center the congressman
said thathe could not oxprcss an
opinion as to the advisability of
the ideu here, us he had not looked
over the ground, and for that mat
ter he would not like to express
his levs of such a question
All of which proves thut Congress
man Kiilin Is keen, enough to not mix
In local uffulrs on which he Is not
fully Informed, though the Interview
Is headlined In u manner to misrep
resent him to the Honolulu reader
who does not follow the whole article
CIGARETTES ANDJHE BAD BOY.
Cigarettes ure held responsible for
must nil tho sins In the cutegory, so
it Is not surprising thut the papers of
the East are Indulging In u summer
discussion of whether cigarettes had
anything to do with making a mur
der of fieldel, a bell boy now und
er Indictment for killing n broker who
was a guest at the hotel where this
seventeen-yeut-old youth worked.
Oeldel smoked cigarettes. Most bell
boys du. Hut he Is so nearly normal
In all other things that tho cigarette
hublt has been held responsible for
sending him to the bud.
It Is a funny thing nbout cigarettes.
In many parts of the Stutes they aro
thought very badly of, but In Hurope
and In Asia they are by far the most
popular form of using tobacco. Mil
lions und millions of them are used In
Western Kurope, by the small people
and the great people, by tho men who
muko und enforce the laws as well us
by thoso who sometimes violate tho
laws. If cigarettes as such, wero an
"How Is our garden coining along?"
"Why do you usk thut question?
demanded the other half of the sketch.
"Merely out of politeness."
"(Hud to heart it. 1 thought maybo
1 lud piomlsed you some early vtge
If our wife listens to your baseball
nub, you ought to pay some attention
lo her fashion news.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.
Incentive to crime, and particularly to
crime of u capital nature, Western
l.'urope ought to produco a hundred
murderers to America's one, whereas
wo hold our own veiy well with Ku
rope In this mutter.
It la the sumo In Europo with cig
arettes as It Is with what is culled tho
"European Sunday." Tho nations a(
Continental Kuropo get along well
with both, with no more disturbances
of the peace1, fi6 more violations of the
moral law, nor more crimes ugalnst
the person, than we have. Kurope Is
no more stationary than we ure In tho
way of Improving things, at least to
the extent of Increasing organized ef
fort In that direction, and n good deal
of this organized effort in Kurope pro
ceeds under the direct Influence of tho
cigarette. It Is their wuy of lulng to
bacco tho majority way Just as It Is
their wuy of observing Sunday; and
although both are different from our
wny In these two respects, tho peace
and decencies of life are as llrmly und
successfully cherished there us they
To un American or an Englishman
who has been brought up to smoke to
bacco lu u pipe, the clgurette is un ef
feminate und exasperating substitute.
Its combination of tobacco mid paper
conveys, when burning, tv rank odor
which not only clings to the curtains,
but to all parts of tlio houso which
are open, while us un nsh-scntterlng
nud llre-jciitterlng contrivance, tho
cigarette has no superior in the tobacco-consuming
line. 'Cheap and
nasty would be a broad dellnltlun of
the little mixed rolls. In comparison
with the fragrant und evanescent odor
of pure tobacco; und probably tljelr
cheapness, together; vjltli the fact that
they can bo smoked quickly without
waste, is the foundation stone of their
wide und Increasing popularity.
ltut tho Hartford Courunt Is able
nevertheless to Unci u relation between
tho cigarettes Geldel smoked und the
murder he committed. It shuutd be
remembered thut tho Courunt cir
culates largely among the tobacco
growing farmers of Connecticut.
The Courunt says that the relation
between the cigarette and the murder
Is not cnusative but indicative. "For
n boy of his uge to smoke clgniettes is
u bud sign, not because ho smokes
cigarettes, but because he spiokes to
bacco. Tobacco Is a line weed, und to
many a wholesome weed, when prop
erly prepaied, but It should not be
used by man or woman during the
jears of growth and Immaturity. It
Is not so much that the tobacco inay
Injure the body although It may do
so in some cases. It is that th6 pre
mature use of tobacco Is .tolerably
sure to pervert the mind.
"Tobacco Is a man's comfort and
pleasure, llut vwhen a boy uses to
bacco he Imagines .Htrulghtwuy thut
he Is u man, and begins forthwith to
plity that he Is a man. He Is only u
boy after all, and his play thut he is a
man is mere farce; but It Is pretty
suro to spoil him ull the same. Par
ticularly Is this so when his social
environment Is not very good, und his
Imitative efforts run downward Instead
of upward. Ho Is only a boy In fuct,
with no balance-wheel acquired by
experience, with no reul knowledgo
worth speaking of, and with not much
more discriminative powers than those
of a puppy, llut he swells himself up
with his fifteen oV1 twenty years, he
uses tobacco und swears like those
models whom he bus chosen to fol
low, Und unless he bus remarkable
luck he is well-nigh bound to tnako
a mistake In this or that direction. It
Is not really the tobucco thut does all
this, but the prematura effort of the
boy to bo a man.
Probably there are many street
boys ranging up to twenty years of
ago who know more of life of the
wajs of men when they are packed to
gether In close quarters than George
Washington did when hu took com
mand of the armies of what is now the
United States. This Is a fast age. In
llostou they ure breeding bos to do
the hardest vvotk of the ripest men ul
most before they reach their teens
American children ripen early lu ro
spect to self-assurance and be f -confidence".
It Is not their habit to bo
abashed or to lose their norvo. They
get themselves into equality with their
'parents at u very early age. These
joungsters uro of good stuff, and pos
sess qualities thut go to tho making
of capable und trustworthy men. llut
they are boys ufter ull, und, like colts
of the best blood, need to be trained
and guided by n firm hand. When
they undertake to go It alone, as many
of them aro disposed to do, they aro
in danger of going wrong, and now
and then some of tho rest of us aro
In danger bacause of them.
"Oeldel did not get into his present
plight because ho smokos cigarettes
that is a mere surface sign; hu got
wheio he Is because ho was trying to
play the man and u bud man, at that
vvhllo howus still a child."
A dispatch from Dawson, Y. T, says
that- Hubert D irrell, nil Arctic ex
plorer, bus been lost.
46,810 square feot In areai 170-fool
. frontauo on Kukul street. Two dwell
ing hotitea on land and several -email
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Large Bunch of Bananas,
Simply leave your order we do the
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(With Wells. Fargo Express Company)
GREATEST' WARSHIP IN
WORLD IS LAUNCHED
QUINCY, Mass, Aug 20 The
world's greatest battleship, tho lllva
ravla of the Argentine .iv, was
launched hero toduy. Scnoia Do Nit
on, wife of the Argentina minister to
tho United Stutes, broke u bottlo of
champagne over the hdw of tho vessel. I
(lathered nbout her vveie n score of
representatives of Argentina, us well
us representative men of tho United
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business office. These ure the tele
phone oambrrs of Um Bull tin.
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 he many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for ate
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.
3EPT. 11, 1911.
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. in. to 6s30 p. m. on week
days and on Sunday! from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for tjiipe'
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
li. F. WICliM AN & CO.
7 n RF MS ffciy
run nwn. ouu, i "
A ' special meeting of stockholders
of the Hawaiian Sugar Company was
held this morning at 10 o'clock at tho
olllccs of the company In tho Stangcn
vi aid building, which lesulted. In n
chungo In tho by-laws vto provide for
seven Instead of live members uf the
Hoard of Directors. This .action was
foreriml by the II u 1 1 u 1 1 n lust Hat
unlay, und the change was mado us
planned. A. 1'. .Inilil and (!. 11. Cooke
wcie elected to muko up tho uddl
tloual membern of tho directorate at
nmcctlug of the directors held Im
mediately after tho stockholders'
The sugar market. wus unusually
quiet today, with little movement al
though tho price Is the highest iccord--d
lu modern days. However, 11 wan
' blue Monday" and the u'pwaiil move
ment in stocks which hns been going
mi fur more than a week almost with
out cessation has prnhiihly slowed u
little until another chungo comes in
(lie sugar quotations.
Tho sales today noted are fiO shnros
of Onliu at 3.1 2ri, 45 Kwn nt 32S7'4,
und 100 O.ihli lit 31 2", together with
two sales of Mcllijile six per cent
bonds, $1000 each, at 100. Tlio bond
sales weru the mil) uctivltv recorded
nt the morning session uf the Stock
Kvchnnge. x '
THIS MAN WILL GET A
SLEEP FOR TWO DAYS
Avnsha und Harnett continue lu de
light I irgo ouiIImh.i'm at the Sivoj.
While 1 1 v r.m ( onstniill IntmdiK hu
n vv fiatnriH, Hntiird iv' night's crowd
broke all luorils for tfin house, and
Maudlin," rojiii only Is gem rally .the
rule hi tlio time Hie show stalls.
Tonight a maii will bo put to shep
for two di)S and lilghts. He will he
phvriel III n store window, where he
will ho imdir constant observation of
n iiiiiiiiiHIiii mid will ho uvv ikcned on
the( etngo Wrdiusdiy night
Ijilel In the rtick the hypnotists
promise to bury miollur man alive lie
will reinnln iiiiilerKiouml fur twinty
fnur hoiiis, v.hcii he will ho dug up
Tim performances will ho continued
tlnoiiKhout the wok.
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 tho Crossett comfort-kinks.
AfaAes Life's fVaA Easy'
S4 to $6 everywhere.
Lewie A.vCroett, Inc, Maker
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.'
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
Rati Roach Paste
to exterminate rats, mice, cock-
roaches, waterbugs, etc
Ready for use. Better than traps.
Money back if it fail.
2Se and $1.00. Sold everywhere.
TURKS' MCTP.IC MtTI CO., Cklufa, UL
SYSTEM FAR OFF
l'iee gnrhige for the city Is very fir
frum being a prohihlllty, nceiirdlng to
tho best Information obtainable from
tho Hoard o.' Huperv Isurs, hut, on the.
nihil hind, the clly garkigo dipart
mupj hns Ihiii put lulu u condition
where lt Is nady tV handle all Iho
rfnilmgo th it needs to he moved mid
lint Is Ixnunht to Its attention
t-'o niitiiuiiiiid Hurry Murray of lbs
loud this moiiilng. IIo sajs that the
li piirtinetit will tee that no girlnge
31'eiiiuulales It Ihq Hoard of Health in-
4pi iora vv 1 1 1 iioiiiieir nut duly. '
uiunr ino'ciiiiugn tint ban been
uifde, the Iliurd of Health Inspectors
lhi gnrlmgn lupectorR, and tin
Hoard of Hilei visors Is really spend
ing live bundled dollars u month for
Inspection by tho Tnrllory.
'If these lnHttora wlll'sio Hint ull
Iirlmge needed to hu removed It re-
pmliil to thu, department, them will
l,ei mi ruison for complaints that tar-
ago Is accumulating. Charley Cost.i
has put the dc'imtnicnt vvhiro II will
lnl!o euro of thu garbage.
"IhoTlii'irtmciit mjvv is handling nil
Iho Mirhuge II at is reported, mid tho
I'oanl of Supervisors will sea tint thu
h'partinent h kept vvhiro It can coiir
tlnue to do so. If Knrb.igii nieiiiiiu
'nles, t Is not tile fault of thu de
li ntnieiit, but; liecutaq) thu tliupve tors
have not notllkd. the dcpartinc lit', 'ami'
tlie,poiln to bliino are the Inspectors.
'Trip garbage Is not by uny minus
sure Vc are not cirtaln that wo cm
;et the additional tas to ji.iy for tlit
xpi lists of a Kent'rul ree sistijiii."
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business nflirr. These nro the tele
ilicme numbers of Hie Jtu 1 1 1 1 n.
in your milk. We atk
nothing better than to have
you visit our milk depot
on Sheridan street and tee
how wo handle the milk
supply for our customers.
Compare our methods and
cleanliness with tho ordi
nary "jarnyard variety of
dairying and you'll under
stand why it la safer and
better lo buy milk from, us.
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