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I1VK.NI.-Stl UUl-l tITIfS WHHKI.V IIULUtlTIN I
r rt Motilh. anywh- tn U 3 . ..fl .71 lti Sla Mojtn. m .no J
PetUu.rtti mhri'uUS 2. no Pet Vm in,beif In U S I.oo
Pti Ymr, anvheit lnU-S n.ihi Pi Yev anywhlM n Canada, I. Ho
Pei Wai. r"i-Aid. mielKii la.oo Pet Year poitpaM, toitutn 3,cw
't'yG I I ticlitorlttl Rooms,
I Wl.lBuslneftH? Office,
II It n iu:ilm with me lh.il no iii.nt
vlii nir written mil of reputation
bill IjJ lllllKlif. -Mtlllk.
l'miiieno can hold u water car
nival :iml keep It h fiu'p straight, tint
Slicrlir Jnrictt wants twenty upw
ind Icemen. Another sign of an ap
proaching rtrrtlun jpur!
Now that they propose In "linllil
the inosipiltn mil nf IIiiiiiiIiiIii" will
siiiiio yap liollcr "Wlmt'H tlio use?"
Don't Btop llio clean-up wagons till
every Inst fno or a I In can perching
I enldt; llio mail lias been dlspoeil nf.
Though Princeton Iiiih not jet found
a President, its fomliall course ap
pears to Ijo meeting with groat SUC
eCSS. Prosperity Is in the air for ihln
I'hrlslin.is fii'asoii ami best of nil II
bills fair to carry through till next
jcir without let up.
If you cloiiht tln Mituci of n pruli'c
tlo tarirf In building up nn Infant In
dustry, tnko u near view of pineapple
farming In these Islands.
That Ituosovolt srnrn could not mir
vivo thu holiday season; not unless
the l l'olloUc campaign is anolht'i
nipiiiis for boosting Toddy.
Lahnlnn cleaned up wllliout a mur
mur. Score another for U'llialnu
ourp Known us tho dirtiest town nloiif
the route from Honolulu lo Ililo.
Qtinr.iMIno tho dogs. It won't in.
J tcrfcro with thp kamaainas anil will
mako more illlllcult tlio endeavor n
tho in.illhltii to Beenre a residence.
Hawaii may booii get one of those
Mexican oarthiuako that Jolts boiih
but docs no serious damage, tlio ren
ter of the vlbrntlou bcliiR at. Wash
ington. That Norgaaid-Hhinrhard Incident
could prohably Im best nettled bj
going- out behind the barn and havlnr
It out, If further cUscuMdnn worn nee.
ftp, - "
Dr. Wliey sas mo country wouiu
bo better oil If the women studied the
.cook" stove Instead of llio piano
tiomo of them nro c.ip.ihlo of maklnr
n.' mes3 of both.
w County Supervisors must think
' wisely nnu act wun groat uiscrciinu
Joii.tho plans for 1012. That's an cleo-
Ijllon year and tho llepiihlicnn part)
LIiiih something of a problem nn III
Gororamont, ihiiilry Into tho ox-
press business brlngB out tho fact
that It earns anminlly forty-Beveu poi
cp'nt on Its capital. Then they toll in
that our dividend rates in Hawaii air
oxcosslvo. " f jj
' Commissioner Wakellold In show
ing vvhat one Independent tirur-he.id
, ed man on n public board inn do fur
tho protection of llm people's inter-
ii-'sts. Ho can bo neither bluffed noi
, JIobI all Hawaii wonders Whether
jVyi'wsldyit Taft spout Riiuday night
' ' "t K(. iiinL Ihev .'lie making art!-
' :fllnl lumber iow nut of M por cent
vvjsln paper nud .-13 por cent snw
'tM..i 4 1, a a n'u tin tnlllllf liny TI1IU1V
W! up my pooina may nppviir later on iih
V-f VlilunkH unci HlilimlcH?"
t J '
fl'ho forgotten illnio that you Hint hi
jnur overcoat pocket looks asblg as
"a troll of twenties.
An heirloom, my son,"-oxplnlnc(l
fcnierfO lit the Pcwtoftu. at Honolulu
a MtnfHl-dA matter
DECEMBER 18, 1011
thinking oer the flvvcrnorshlp of
Hawaii, In the exclusion, of Kimlrr
and the vvholo Jcwisli-Amcrlc.in Mite
in thu next campaign.
Is thero anything in tho develop-
nii'iil of events In connection with
tho Illto wharf to Indicate that thu
Department of Public Works as most
closely tn touch with the executive
of the Territory, Is cordially repie
sentlng the Interests of the people.
Th.it wireless telegram lo llllo wns
n Irlck. If that weru not the ostl
mntp put ' upon It, Commissioner
Wakollcld would never have Issued
tlio iiosltlvo statement nppenrlng In
Sattmlay's Ilullotln, Immediately
on receipt of the news of how thu
gnmo was going.
Ocorgo W. Perkins says, "In Ivven-ty-llvo
jears wo shall be laughing at
the slro of the corporations and for
tunes that vvp Ihltik big today." That
means a competitor for John I), is
budding somewhere mid Andy Car
negie will bo only remembered by tho
llhinrics that arc kept In repair. Hut
what of tho cost' of living, Is what tho
poor man wants to know.
WAKE IIP BOY, WAKE IIP.
Tliero are many young men who
U.tvu no special trade, and only mus
ics nud eight or ten hours to sell for
heir living. When off duty, or out
jf wiiil;, you may spc these men In
:rnups, talking small talk. And In
hose groups, at idlu liourii, the crlm
tml recruiting nlllcer mores.
Sometimes tho social upllfter moves
liming thpsu joung men, too. Gonor
illy" hu does not get hold of them.
Would j on, Mr. Suclnl Upllfter, like
o do some uplifting that Is worth
v lillo? Ask the laborer on jour
grounds to come Into your library,
mil thero tell him Abraham Lincoln's
dory. It Is a startling fart that tho
oung fellow never heard how Lincoln
'pnrnpil to rpad.
Tho treagedy nf history, for pen
uries, was that men never discerned
imt they inulil bo freo. T.icn thny
legnu tn nvvtikc, as Russia and now
"hiua urn awakening.
It Is tragic oven now, our ilenso Ig
mranco of thn well-nigh equal mon
al power of all men, ocept tho ills
'used and Insane. It Is tho awaken
'ng nlunu that Is ueeiled. Hnrely can
i mind bo awakened past tvvciity-flvo
'caifl of ago. Hut up to that time,
raro Is tlio brain that cannot ho start
'ed into Biich artlvity as would result
t you flung Its ovvnar into a now
vorlil. It would bo as if you kicked
llm i) IT this dull old planet, and ho
"iud landed on n star.
That is nil that happened when tho
icctlon hand got his jolt and went
m and up to bo picshlent of tho rail
'oad. Tho crudest Immlago of tho world
s, thin falsehood about a v.ist illlfor
ncoj fn gift of tho powers of mind,
ictweon men. You aro as "smart" as
our brother, tho family's prldo, If
on will awake. You vvero born with
veil nvor jour eyes. Snatch It
iwny. Keo your opportunity.
Ily and hy wo shall acknowledge
his fact nf biology, Wo shnll claim
hat men really aro born froo and
Wo Bhall Justify tho Declara
thn farmpr's wlfo to her 12-)ear-old
boy, "Is something handed down from
father to sou, and In most cases Is
"I'd prio thesn heirlooms I got on
a good deal ninro," replied thn young
ster, "If they wasn't so long In thn
"I want to learn tn mako Jelly,"
tho newly installed housewife said.
"Ib It hard?"
"Oh, no, mum!'' tho cook roplled,
with supremo pity. "It's Boft."
tion Mcniiw hllo questions of prece
dent and honors and earthly advant
age, with all the, social unrest, nro of
small account to you. boy Your duty
Is to wako up. It is In you.
AMERICAN JEWS AND RUSSIA
How thoroughly and seriously tho
.lews nf Ameilea nro aroused by tho
Insult constantly olTereil them by llus
sl.i's, refusal of passports Is brought
to general notice by tho activity lit
Congress to abrngalo tho llusslati
ticaty.. The .lews nro a growing po
litical power In tho country and they
aro determined to obtain lecognltlon.
Jacob Sthlft recently puivrd how
much In earnest ho is by taking a
fall out or Minister Itockhlll for his
Indifference and dilatory method.
This created such widespread sar
in Iso that tho peopto nf the country
wanted to know what It as all about.
Tho it suit was a slalrnicnt by Di.
Herbert Krlcdomvuld, secretary of the
Anicijcan Jewish cinsnii"co or vvhlcu
Mr t-'eilff is a mcu.bei.
The ho-cnlleil Russian passport
question Is nf long standing, hut has
become ai lite only for tho past decade
with the Increabo oMhat portion of
tho American people who profess the
Jewish faith. It will not bo denied
that, of the various elements compris
ing the population of tho United
States, nono are more intense In their
njtaiiuucnt to their country, none
prouder nf their citizenship, than the
.low lull, people.
Is It surprising then, Hint Ameri
can Jews aro Indignant when rights
and privileges, which nro theirs und
er the fundamental laws of tho land,
and which overy other American cit
izen enjoys, nro withheld frnm tlirm
by a foreign power In llio face of def
inite treaty stipulations, and when
their own government takes no ade
quate steps to afford relief?
It is hardly necessary to recount
hero tho many efforts mndo for years
past tn Induce our government to
compel Itussla to live up tn Its treaty
obligations and to cease Its discrim
ination against ln American pass
port when In Jewish hands. Prom
ises followed promises on tho part of
thoto In charge of tho administration
of tho government, lesoliitlon after
resolution passed in Congress, but
year followed year without anything
In ttios this situation had reached
tho point where all political parties
felt thu necessity of giving nssurancn,
by Inserting planks In their plat
forms, that tho Intolerable conditions
must bo speedily remedied. Tho Ho
piiMlean parly in Its platform, and its
piesideutlul candldato in lotters and
public utterances, wpro particularly
outspoken In their pledges that noth
ing should bo left undone to secure
from Russia tho enforcement of Its
With the election of President Taft
and tho success nf his party In 19ns
American Jews thereforo had overy
right to expect speedy action on tho
passpoit question. Nothing occurred
tn encourago this hope, however, un
til In tho Bprlng or 1010. Then Pres
ident Tnrt took advantage of a visit
to tho White llniiiit) nf leading Jevva
In nssuro them that ho was fully
tillvo tn his pro-election pledges, and
that ho was already making aetlvo ef
Torts to obtain from Russia an equal
iccognltlnn of the rights nf all Amor-
leans under tho treatay nf 183-', and
Hint ho had every hopo of a suc
"Use only mil K
that is known
to be absol
An important practical
truth itiited by a phyil
clan. We are supplying our cue
tamers with a milk that is
known to be perfectly pure
and very rich milk that
ha I the endorsement of the
Matron of the Kauikeolanl
is Clogged up
That's Why Yeu'r Tlrd-Ort of
SorU Ht No AtpttH.
will put you right
Is In day,
. I hey do
iMMtli, laJigtitiM, ! Sick HtlJicU.
SHALL rttt, SHALL DOSE. SHALL MCI
Genuine nunbai Signature)
During' tho ensuing months1 many
conferences weio had at tlio Whltn
llouso between tho Pitsldcnt and
leading Jowish citizens, the President
constantly reiterating that tho Amer
ican ambassador, .Mr. itockhlll, had
distinct instructions lo leave nothing
undone tn Insure upeedy and favor
able action upon tho part of Russia.
Hut tho Jewish lepresentatlvcs
grew tired of these assurances wlilfch
experience had taught them would
have no result, and strongly urged,
on their part, that steps ho taken to
denounro it treaty which was being
violated almost il.i ll In a flagrant
and humiliating manner, as has been
thn cnc for more than folly yenis.
The President nskeil further tlmo to
loiisiiler tho situation, ami for a while
It loukcilor at least the Jewish rep
resentatives gained that Impression
as If something effective was going to
ho ilnuo by tho administration.
On February U of this ear tlio
President Invited a number of icp
rescntatlvo Jews from various partB
of tho country to a luncheon and con
ference at tho Whlto llnusc. At that
conforenci! tho Presldoui was again
strongly urged lo abrogate tho treaty
with Russia, and the argument's In
favor of this ruurt-o weio presented
anew', lliltiorln theie has been no
In tho meantime -and this Is what
Mr. Hch I IT called aUentlo'n to In his
remarks before Senators Knot and
O'tlorman Ambassador Itockhlll,
who, tlio President had declared with
out reserve, was making every effort,
under his positive Instructions, to ob
tain a satisfactory solution of the
passport question, u a lengthy con
vernation with . a j-ollable American
Journalist liij. Sjt. j'tyntlmrk did not
liPBltato to state that he considered
tho passport question of; little Import
ance, and by inference led to the Im
pression that its solution was not of
material consequence, to liltn.
Nor did (ho Russian government re
main Idle. Kmploylng its usual cor
rupting tactics, It pent nn ngent to
this country to offer arrangements to
leading commercial and Industrial In
terests for advantageous trado Inter
course with Russia, very apparently
thus to endeavor tn stem tho rising
tide of American public: opinion.
Hy tho admission of Russia's own
agent, tho man who wus to represent
tho American Interests In tlio pro
posed arrangements was to bo Mr.
John Hays, Hammond, "because," as
the Russian agent avnrrod, "of tho In
fluence ho was supposed to possess
with tho President."
In vlow of these farta is it possible
to claim that promises mndo during
election time have been fulflllcd, es
pecially when Mr. Itockhlll, who was
Intrusted with Instruction to obtain
a solution of tho passport question,
was belittling tho whofo matter as ir
of no consequence to tho American
Is it to bo woudnred at If solf-ru-speetlng
Amerluuis, bo they of tho
Jewish or or nther faltliB, nro becom
ing Indignant at tho dilatory and pur
poseless tactics of their government
when tho most sacred cunstltutloiial
rights of Aineiltan citizenship aro at
stake? Anil run tho .low bo blamed
for becoming tlrt-il of bplng mado tho
spoil of parlies and their candidates
dining election times, of being fed
on plodfioB and URSiirancoB, evidently
made with tho niontal rosorvatlon
that they will bo disregarded after
they hiivo served their purposes?
Aineilcan .lows would not bo worthy
or their lill.oiishfp ir thuy did not
seek, with every lacaus In their pow
er, tn end a Btato or nffulrB that linn
FIRST OF YEAR'S
i Tho Anioiifan. Hawaiian freighter
ihthmiiiu'H big cargo, 5100 tons, got
In at market last Saturday, and tho
pilco was 1.S0.
.aaaaaaaaaaaB I IUI IUI
will greatly enhance values of real es
tate. Why not buy a lot and build a
home beforo prices rite?
are stild unsold. Thirty-four choice
lots remain. As we desire to close this
tract at once, prices have not been
raised. You can buy at 20 discount
on list price. Termsi 13 cash, 1-3 in
one year and 1-3 In two years; Interest
at 6. '
Nurnburg Iron Graft
Paintings in Oil and Water
Be On Time!
MANCHURIA is the last boat to
reach the Coast before Christmas. I
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
It wob tho drat of tho 1912 crop,
and tho prlco la nearly a cent hotter
than tho opening of tho Iflll crop. I
The first of tlio mil augur going1
lo market by Tcliuintcpcc brought
3.81. This Is another evidence nf tho
good BUg.tr prospects for 1!I2. Still
another Is that early 'cargoes 'Mils
year will bo full. Of tho 1911 crop
iho first full cargo wns on I-'clirunr)
12, whereas this year tho Mexican
will lcavo hero nn December 20 or
1 with n full load of 12.000 toni.
Tho Mexican will bo hero tomorrow
'miiii Maul, huving got a full load at
Inoldetitnllv. It would have initio
about $1,000 difference lo Hawaii If
iho Isthmian had not been a trlflo
Blow getting her cargo In nniket.
Tho Isthmian took 30 dnvs. If sho
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St 1210000
Building, lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Duildlnu lot Kalmukl 700.00
Modern bungalow Colleoe Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kala'xaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $60.00
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Streot 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue 20.00
TO REACH PEOPLE ON THE
OTHER ISLANDS AND ON
SHIP8 AT SEA
had got In on tlmo, tho prlco would
have been I.R37Ei
Soveial city and enmity boIoiis par
ticipated In a lido around thn Island
calling at points of Interest nn wind
ward Oatiu. Included In tho part
wcro Supervisors Murray and Kruno.,
C. II. Clark, C. A. Wilson. C. A. Wide
n inn and Charles Wilson of the Ho
nolulu road department.
Tlio baud of nineteen gypslen who
sailed for tho coast 111 tho l'aclllc Mall
Manchuria aro reported to have been
generously supplied with money,
fiolden coin to tlio amount of thou
sands of dollars is believed tn have
fallen to tho lot of tho fortuno tellers
In their expedition through Australia,
which country they visited beforo
coming to Hawaii.
on lsted atecke or on Improved
We buy and tell SAocki and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WK HIIALU lilt PI.KASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
2J Bethel Street ,
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
GOVERNOR STILL HOLDS
DOWN LID ON OFFICE
Nothing had been heard by Iho Gov
ernor ut noon today as to Ids rcup-
polutuunt, his term having expired to
Asked about tho matter ho merely
ststpil that he had nothing to say and
that' ho was "stilt1 holding down the po
sition." DAVIS-ALMEIDA WEDDING.
V unlet wedding was celebrated H.it
urday night List over Bishop's parlors,
when father Htcvens Joined tn tho
bonds of matrimony Thomas II, Davis
mid Chrlstllm Almeida. Doth the par
ties have licen employed In tlio firm nf
I.. II, Kerr & Co., on Atakea street, hut
never told anyone of their Intentions
until tho ceremony vvils over.
Olllcers In tho German training ship
llcrzngln Cccllle laugh at tho state
ment that at olio tlmo nn tho voyage
a second class cadet wns In tho least
danger nf drowning ut Bea. Tho re
port Is contained In a talo In which
one seaman is alleged to havo been
swept over tho sldo of tlio vessel Just
lifter leaving Hamburg, for tho Ha
waiian Islands. Tho seaman In ques
tion Is hero with his vessel and very
fur from being reckoned ns a "dead
Our cases are full ef Bright,
New, Up-to-date Goods.
XA stroll through our store will
offer many'suggostlons for Xmas
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
in eopi.nv rniNTS
PACIFIC PICTURC FRAMiriQ CO,
17 Hotel Street