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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published
lC0 LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
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uauy eveiy uuy cxucpi ouuuay. vveeKiy issuuu un luesaay.
MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
i CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory ot Hawaii.
Wallace R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
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"Ti i tidltorltti Rooms,
1 CI.Busnea8 Of flee,
Kxprrlt'iict-N llit tcirut t-t uf truth
nnd Is roniliiiill) contniillrllnt; (lie
throrle-s of iiicii. r. JoIiiihoii.
Knockers and naggers exercise the
Bumo I nil tie n cij on the town.
Klllclency must lie the utamlnrtt of
the muiilclMl government of Hono
lulu If It expects tu I he
. " "
With close to a thousand niilomo-
biles In town, at least one hundred
Bhould be In the Floral 1'nrade.
t .Don't let the enthusiasm over Pearl
llnrbor wane llko the Fourth of July
celebrations of the present day.
Rev. Doremus Scudder Is talking
and writing to some purpose when
he discusses the divorce problem.
Someone, suggests an Independent
party for the next municipal cum
pulgn. Another, that the fools mc
not all dead yet.
Honolulu Is the last place on earth
to refuse to put the municipality on
a sound sanitary footing, "because it
hasn't the money"
Ily all odds the best gift n citizen
.ran, present his city nt this time is a
promise fullllled by his dully ucts to
help, not hinder Its progress.
Really now, 52CO.OOO paid for the
'control of Kukalau plantation doesn't
i spell pessimism when applied tu the
future of the sugar industry of Ha
waii. ( The sugur trust has sold out Its
holdings In the beet sugar factories
'of the mainland. That may account
for 'the Trust enthusiasm for free raw
' sugar. . ..
W Coke for Delegate tu Congress and
OTMcCandless for llunr of Honolulu
wouiuu i ue u uau cuiuuiiiiitiou tu kiii
off any independent movement In the
; i JUIIIU1 CUIIIIUl Ul UIU PUllllUlllll,
Itlllk. -..! ,1... B..tln..
work and military control of the po
lice, are natural results of a commun
ity Lthat for one reason or another re
fuses to care for Itself olficlently.
Judging by contraries, something
jl awiui uugiu tu uuppt'ii nexv year, tor
prospect Is so brilliant. No other pus-
Bible argument can be hatched for
'worrying tho public Into a feur for
V irmijr t-vi'i; nivn u(,uiiint Ilia fiu-
M......I.. .......... t.ll. ...... I.. .. .!. ..t.
llc school mnnngeincnt can be traced
' to the failure of someone's wife's sis
ter or more distant relative tu get
an appointment on which tho Coin-
KJmlsslonerB were not agreed,
If Congress will stop talking a few
t, moments and act on the Federal build-
lug site by way of settling It again,
asonw, of our othorwlse progressive
j people may appreciate the folly of
(standing in their own light.
, s --.!
In giving the public the' news ot
the fleet and the army and navy gen
lerally, the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u leads as r
tall other things that go to make n
rilivu uunBjilcr wmtll iLpieviiii iiict
h nrmrriwniva hpiitlnifttit it the (own.
" Some claim that tills Is the day
fwheti the Uovornor's term expires.
'.That's a mutter thut rosts entirely
;,Are you the man who was married
b cage of tigers?"
(I'm, the man."
iDld'lt Becm exciting?'
'Ml HIil then. It wouldn't now."
f! '.'Henry, do you remember how you
iustd to promise to lavish wealth up
.I'r'milfl vnil tnvtali ti III, lri.1 fnt. n
epalr of shoe strings?"
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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Sntrtl tl tbc rv.tottit at HniMoiItt
u vcondlut mallrr
DECEMBER 11, 1911
ultli thu President of the United
mutes, mi mi uiio out me uuvernor
himself linn to wiiBto uny tlinu worry
ing Tim Uoernor remains until Ills
successor Is appointed.
This Is the week when the Itepubll
ouit Natlonul Committee meets hi
Washington and the President con
fessedly devotes unite an amount of
his undivided attention to the ilelegu-
Uom that ttm uUl,m t,. Ilt.xt i,,..
Iiubcan national convention
I Hay Stannard Haker appears to
hastl 8(t.ned to evnrjotie and then
llmw i,s conclusions, lie wus
I . ri.Klliar i,mc, RHoclate of Senator
Iralrclilld during the llrjht over the
"land reitolutlon" and in his latest
the resolve good and
According to the record of the port
of llllo, the Inter-Islnnd steamship
company handles almost doublo the
Inward and outwurd frights of all
the other companies put together.
Certainly the suggestions of a com
pany doing the lurgest trade of the
port Is entitled to more than passing
Konu with Its new steamer should
bo In u mighty hnppy stute of mind.
It Is In line with Honolulu, happy
over I'earl Harbor; llllo happy uver
Its railroad and breakwater; Kahulul
happy over Its transportation im
provements, nnd Kauai happy because
It Is allowed to mind Its own business
and go it alone.
SHARING THE PROFITS.
Prollt sharing Is in the nlr. It Is
Is also too much up in the air and
too little, on ii Bolld footing.
Theoretically It Is of great value,
but In many instances is not up
proved by the employers and the labor
unions It Is supposed to benellt.
Tho unions oppose It as tending to
make peace and satisfy the workers;
employers oppose it as n partnership
of Irresponsible men. The opposition
Is duo' entirely to Ignorance. There
ire thousands of employers, banks,
manufacturers and railroads who, in
a perfectly well meaning spirit, pay
or give something besides wages to
some portion of their employes. They
call it profit sharing for want of a
better name. I'rollt sharing has a
well defined meaning. Tho plans vary
from Christinas gifts of turkeys or
money to snles of stock on easy terms
or pensions, saa u writer In the In
lepeudent. None of these is profit
ihurlng us Impllod in the composite
word or us used in the books and the
itandard cases of practice.
I'rollt means the net gain utter ull
upenses are paid, including Interest
on the money, which In this going
Aorld Is worth Its wages, and
lepreclatlon of property. Shar
ing means on equal terras to
ill. The essential conditions ot
profit sharing Is that Its terms be an
lounced In udvance, leaving nothing
'o the eniplojer's caprlco at tho end;
'hat it apply to ull permanent em
ployes of all classes; that It bo rated i
in the wages of each man, his wages
being the measure of his value or con
tribution; that it bo paid In manner
ir distribution customary with tho
unploycr concern, whether us stock
'o Increase tho capital or In cash. It
must recognize two reasons for Its
"Aro you out of gasolene?"
"No, I'm waiting here for King
George to bring me a herring omelet
with leu cream dressing and ten gal
lons of mushrut soup for breakfast."
"I urn going to blow out my
"If you ure n good enough shot to
do that you can do better by leaving
your brains where they aro und going
being; Unit It is fair to let every one J
who performs u share In producing
the prullt have u proportionate share ,
of It, that men who have a share In
thu outcome, will use mure cure nnd
do more effective work and thus con
tribute mole or less of th(j shnru they
get. Not many employers will grant
the truth of these, claims, but only
those who do will adapt any legitimate
or valuable plan of profit sharing.
Profit shnrlng has u tlear moral
basis and ii still clearer economic qr
business basis. No mnn's duty Is end
ed when he lias douo what he Is paid
fur. He Is still n citizen, neighbor,
f I lend. Ho scorns tho Imputation
that money Is the price of his man
hood. Ily the same logic his work is
not fully paid for In his wages. The
full Milue of u man's wurk can not be
told In advance; the product may
bring more or less; the expenses und
losses depeud on many circumstances.
An employer could not safely pay as
wages nil the expected net proceeds.
He must await the periodical Inven
tory to lenm the prollt or loss. When
he has paid the customary wages und
paid thu other charges and wiped out
variable risks he ran then award tu
each employe his share of the surplus,
If uny. In proportion to his wages, his
It Is fair nnd it pays. It unites
capital, ability and labor. The par
ticular proportion of the prollt that
labor shall get, the division between
capital and wnges Is elastic; It will
depend ninth on the condition of tho
business, tho motive and disposition
of the owner and thu qttltudo of the
emplojes. Usually If not given up In
a year or two the share of labor Is
Increased; in soino notable cases It
has resulted In true co-operation, the
employes paying off the original cap
ital and becoming the owners and
Let no one suppose there Is any
magic In the system; men ure human,
not economic skeletons. It Is an in
fluence, not n conversion. "The, slow
accumulation of an income Investment
Is not conclusive to a man or a class
used tu nothing but wages and cash.
Hut semi-annual cash dividends are
educative, the sense of partnership Is
dignifying, tho motive gets under
stood, and thu moral tone Is raised.
A certlllcuto of stock In ft reputable
concern Is h matter of somo pride,
nnd when It counts into hundreds and
thouBunds the dividend counts in the
The American spirit Is original and
Independent, from making a workable
new national constitution, which Cur
lyle suys is Impossible, down to the
Morgnnlzlng of railroads nnd fac
tories. It has undertaken somo thou
sands of co-operative und profit shar
ing ventures, but throttled or Inval
idated almost ull of them by Inventing
novel features, Instead of following
the simple nnd tried plans. Thcro Is
nothing abstract, complex or dlfllcult
In profit sharing. It needs nothing
but a prollt making business, good
I will nnd common sense.
It has not Bpread greatly, llko co
operation, but It is well accredited by
abundant success, and It nppcals to
ull employers who want tu share their
ability with tho less fortunnto and
raise labor to the dignity of partner
ship. Public spirited men und women are
planning to decorate automobiles (or
(lie Floral Parade. It re )ou one o(
Every dairy belonging to
this Association I kept in
a perfect sanitary condi
tion, and the cows (recer
tified as healthy by the
and absolute cleanliness Is
enforced In all handling.
But we do not stop there.
After the milk has reach
ed our Depot on Shirlden
Street it is treated by an
advanced electric process.
Our customer receive a
rich milk absolutely pure.
") A modern tropical C-rooin liununlow.
i-'(".Three beilrounn; gnu, ckctrlc HkIiIs;
nl h:" i city water; orniiinentnl rimiln nnd
..v Irits In yard I'rlie. IfitCO
,i,.CM - r.v 6000
-y. ". -lUirge spreading bungalow', Colli go
', v, llllln. Thoroughly modern; beautiful
grounds; on car line. Price.... IC0UO
-.?( , $3750
Fine new cottage of live rooms In
iuU' Course lllll All modern convenl-
i tnees. Lot Is nil In line lawn. Prion
- $2200 '
.' rive-room new cottage, very nttrnc-
' tlve, seven minutes' walk froirt ' 5th
avenue, Wnlalao road. Lot is III lawn
nnd gnnliii; no rocks. Price. ...J2200
en HtUJ stacks or on Improved
Wo buy and toll Stock, and
Bonds, and mako invtttmtnts for
othors In approved Trust 8curl
tlos. W13 SHALT. BR TLUASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethol Strut
Wireless Office Hours
Dally 7 a. m. to 5s 30 p. m.
8undaya 6 to 1Q a. m.
HI! . DAY SKIIVICKS (IX KL.W1S1IIP
Through tho courtesy of Llcut.-
Comdr. It, S. Duuglns, executive olll
cer 3f tho flagship California of the
First Division, service was conducted
on the ijuurterdeck at 9:30 a. m. yes
terday. Illshop Ketdarick of St. An
drew's Cathedral outdated. Several
girls from St. Andrew's Priory
formed tho choir under the direction
of Mrs. Pnscoo, who played the or
gan. The Illshop uddrcssed u largo
(lathering of the olllcers and men, who
formed the congregation. .His subject,
wus tuken from I Cor. 10-13, "Flgh(
ye like men, bo strong," und those
present showed great tntorest and
weru Impressed by the words Bpokeu.
Tho service closed with tho hymn,
Tdy Country TIs of Thco." These
Real Estate for Sale
Bulldlryj lot Proipect St. ..,.12100 00
Building lot Manoa Valley,... 135000
Building lot Kaimukl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave., 200000
Furnlshe'l house 6
December 1, 1911
Jfoung Street .'.
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
Be On Time!
MANCHURIA is the last boat to
reach the Coast before Christmas.
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
services ure arranged under the aus
pices of thu Seamen's Institute. Tho
next service Is tn be held on tho
"Maryland, also lantern lectures will
he given on each ship.
Sheep for .the Slaughter.
Sheep 'for tho slaushler as well as
other animals wcio Included In tlu
livestock shipments which have Just
left tho Inter-m.uul stoumor jviiku
haln an arrival from Maul, Molokal
and I.annl ioits. This vessel return
ed tu port with 51 sheep, 79 pigs, 2rt
ci ales chickens, G boxes eggs, IIS
empty barrels, 30 b.igi coin and 113
packages of sundries.
Passengers arriving numbered bcv
enteen In tho rnhlii nnd thlitecii on
$ $m ' j
months fsom,','. ,'
i.,M00) '. .
Manoa Vl- ,
(Continued from Paqe 1)
Rcneral community sentiment. "I
doubt very much If uny community
would be readier to respond tu the
cull in time of need than this," he
said.' "Honolulu inrtaluly has the
ability to inert an emergency."
Ho comments Very favorably also
on llllo's activity In health mutters, i
Buying that the lecliiiu.itlou plans urn
very Important und will be curried .
nut as soon ns tnu ncceis.iry iiiniis
run bo urrnnged.
WILL ASK 0. S.
Dredging Improve mints hi llllo hnr-
Lor, made iKcmsmy by the tentative
location of tho llllo wharf, should be
iinilei taken by the ldeial govi mint ill
in thn legntir course of Its rlv'er nnd
luirlor liuiiroviiui uts, believes tho
harbor cointnlidnii, nnd accordingly n
request will lie'liinile that nil Item be
Inserted In the river und harbor bill
for tho wink,
Two "hallow' Hpnti III Uiu harbor nro
to he dredged If the i oiiiiiiImmIoii vv Ishe-c
to rimy out Its id in of. ii I ton, font
tvhirf, toented ns has bleu diclU.tl
''oiumlsidniKr WiiKellehl naldithls
morning th.lt after tho iigrepinmt with
the llllo rnllroid Ii hcttlcd, I he board
wlll'lilie up .the dredging milter
n'Not only Is It il legitimate IVilirnl
Improvi iiient, but It vv'lll save IhuTir-
rltorv $to,000 or $12,000," nald Com.
iiiNrlnnir Wnkelleld tliU morning. "II
Is highly iiceeesiiry to the plant for
the use of the wlnrf that thu shallow
rpots be. iliidgrd out mid tho mate-
rill used ror Hie wliiirr Inukhenillng
Judge A. S. Hurtwcll, former chief
Justliy, wlio has been absent from tho
leriltory Tor u number of months,
will return on tho Siberia tomorrow
morning, much Improved In healtli.
With Judgn Hartwell Is his sister,
Miss Juliette Hartwell. The former
Justice! has been lit thn extreme, east
for soma months recently.
ricncinl Mncnmh, accompanied by
his ulil Lieutenant Frank Audicvvs,
will conduct tho inmti'il tot idle of
tho field olllcers of tho dopntment,
commencing tomnriovv morning. Tl o
party will make .Fort Shatter hcad
qii.ir(crn. nnd will ride 20 miles n day
for three surrcsslvo days. Major Tlin
hcrlnko Is o only omcer nbovo tho
grade of captain who will not lake tho
tldo. Ho bus elected tu mako tho test
The membership committee of the
Y. M C. A. met ut noun today nnd
elected twenty-six now members. Tho
report on tho membership showed a
totul of 900 members on December 1,
tho largest In the association's his
tory. The committee voted unanim
ously to Increase tho membeislilp to
luOll by January 31.
lit nr' Vim l))kn's "The First Christ
mas Tiro" has been tlruinatlwd liy ,
MIxh l'mut-eH Dillingham und will be
usid us tho nucleus of the annual
Christinas entertainment of thu Cen
tral Union church this year. I
CulnSutUrtKiuJ nrmiM. TUt trained
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CARTER'S LITTLE .
RirJv.taU Aa A
tkk HmtuU nt lilT.si.. u ifc'hwr.
Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price
''Genuine nutu Siguaturo
We maie fine
post: card por
traits for ,
$1.25 a Doz.
Lowest Prices for
Printing ahd De
tetirs. Henry's Studio
67 HOTEL STREET '
m uovncvn usinei arm ron m
Our cases are (ull of Bright,
New, Up-to-dato Goods.
' t '
A stroll through our storo will
offer innnjr suggoMiont for Xmas
Coyne Furniture; Co.
There Is but one abto
lutely scratchless carter
These casters and tip,
beeaute of their Fcltold
construction, do not, can
not harden,. scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
For sale by
J. Hopp & Co.
OAHU fLHSiTL'RC '".O.
lnp Ctrert. oipe;u Yk" j r'l
I' O llMV llll 1 j ,V
Q. M. UUNCAN
253 Qeretanla St., opp. ftoyal Hawaiian
See the Nine Layers of
Mattress De Luxe (991
iv-litrirmattrrsi In the 9V Jr I
wJtUt. Noothff $15.00 VvJBfiV I
W cell Carman's Mattress H
Da Luie Ucaus tha maker jfH
hacks with an abiolute M
urSQtrt latlntactloQe jH
Try It for 30 nights trur
cpertl but Letter M
thin w cUIra we itiurn eHH
your mnpey In full. lut 1