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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 19)1.
At Manufacturers' Prices
See Our Window Display
L. B. Kerr & Co.
..Theodore Richards lus written niii
'.V-nrtlclp warmly Muring tho policy of I
I" tiic United Hlulci In fortlflng Hn-
Ywll, und this urtlde lljurrd s u n
'tnrc of thu recent "history imifereiico"
;nt Chirk Uiilcrslly, nciordlng t tho
I'osloii Transcript f .Vox ciiilwr iZ.
'Mr. Milliards' p-iper, which wusrend
ntlti" meeting, whs entitled "Tim Jap-
' nViese In Ilmwill," nnd tho following
' 'quotations uro made:
't8"It must be ndmllled that. In gen-
iml, tlio effect of plantation life upon
yithe Japanese In Hawaii bus not been
jtieneilclnl to lliem In matters of mornls
l nl manners.
blf'aW'TliP wngej, of tlio ordinary laborer
jtJinvi' ariei soinnwimi, nut mo present
Fto Is fairly suggestive of what has
1..a.. (I.. .....It........ In...fl rit n t.LAM-
k. J'TT " ' . '.'1,1111. ,,L"III., w . ..." ,,-
,'CiJy-slx working day basis, with n ma'tl-
uiuum piy tin ipius ponus), ii n
Mho iixemgn Income, considering tlio
,rw .... 1. 1 i,.
IM-" (Mill ny (I'M ninn itiu lull (well-
yjyjsK days. Out of this, It Is llgured
l jrouiilily that It eots 7 for board per
f1louth und nil exhibit furnished by tho
Iighrr Wnge' chnniplniis In tho case
tY lli lnl.i HfrlLf htwiivfwl tlint nllmr
m: "" " " -
rtietine4 liroitlit lh, totnl un In nliotlt
,, -Ji-K' "
u.' iJU'.r0 for tho nvenigo man, having n
ffJ'Avery small marglii for net Income. It
n "jJ'ns linn .ahiiwn In the report of the
JSjyfJriminlssloncr of Labor that although
Rytjominlssloncr of Labor that i
5 Jllie wages, liavn ml vu nerd In
P&i'iVn years a matter of 11.1 p
ff' ?('' incrense In cost of living
. el-.ru 150 tier pent
-.ji".H to race feeling, there might be
H'Wild (n bo nlnioiit pone In Hnwifll as
ft , tvenlnst very extreme sensitiveness on
.'.tho Western ("oast. One reason for
ttils lies In Hie fuel that the Japanese
p'oplo In Hawaii caino almost cxcltl-
giyA GOING ON THE STAGE
No: Too Cheap-
f ' oning," Says Freed Slayer.
k' DKNVKir. Coin. Dec. 4. Mil.
fc jleitriulo I'attoixin, who wnH, ac-
her husband, Charles A. I'atterson,
"opects tn go on tho stngo as a en-
icer, pnivldlng somebody )nl give
jlier a start In that lino,
flr"I have got In onru my own llv-
;," she snld, "nnd I Imvo iilvvflJ
POLICY IN HAWAII
sivtly to engage In unskilled labor in
which they displaced no American lu-i
bor. It must bo admitted, however,
that In the last three jears skilled
American lubor has been displaced by,
Oriental 'labor, though tho net number .
effected lias been much less In propor-1
linn Thn unmul illlYrrnnnn lir.tw,.fn
tho conditions on tho Coast nnd J In-
ivnll lies In the fact that as yet'in
Aimrlcn tliero has been no (hue for nny
appreciable number of children of tho
'antagonistic races' to grow up togeth
er. In Hawaii It has been shown be
yond pcrmlvcnturn that n distinction of
canto und race feeling Is far less llko
ly to exist where there Is an lntcrmln-.
gllng of tho children of different races.
Tills Is our ninjor proposition; and the
proudest of Hawaii's boosts Is that she
Is tlio 'melting pot' of tho nations.
"Tlio Immense Bums of money that,
tho United States Is spending In Hn-
wall for defense can not havo any but
'unpleasant effects upon tlio Japanese
population In Hawaii, as well its In Ja-i
inn. Tim menace of this fortl'lcatlon,
contemplating In n shadowy way Kii-I
ropean nggresslon, as well as tlint of'
Asia, Is clearly addressed toward Ja
pan, nnd npnrt from trio sentiment ofj
thn 'situation, it would appear to tho
'lay mind ns though tho expenditure
was an enormous natlonnl wasto, In
part support of this fact It should bo
said that this expensive outlay Is nindn
on territory where thero nro nn over
whelmingly greater number of Japan
ese nllens thnn of United Btntes cit
izens. Kxtenslvo systems of forts nnd
mines. against Japan would bo far more
effectively replaced by n friendly ap
peal to them on educational and social
had a lunging for tho stnge, so that
Is what I am going to try If pos
"Will nu follow a vntidovlllo nr
jegiilar, she was asked,
I "No, not vniidovlllo," alio said,
raising her ces and lifting licr
bands. "That Is so cheapening., I
mil going tn ask Mr, Ilelascn tn glvo
mo a start and I feel sure that ho
wl iln so.''
Mrs. Patterson expects Ka leaio
Denver within tho next thioo diys
fur Hnndnval, 111., her former homo,
where 'she will' puss tho next threo
months with her p.iicuts.
Tho illsmUiul of V. Morgan SIiiih
tcr, nil Amcriciin, ftom tlio position
of Trcasurcr-Ocncrnl of I'crsla, at tho
liiHtnneo of tho, Ititislan govornmont
ih told In tho cables received by tho
II u lie tin Is generally bellowed will
vork n Kcrlons linrdBhlp to u niinibcl
(if Americans, who hnd ntrendy nr
ilvcd nt Tchcrnn or were oil route to
tho rerelnn capital, to assist Sinister
!ii euro lug forward his plans.
A number who wore vitally Inter
ested In tho retention of Sinister, tho
former Phlllpplno commissioner, arc
moio or less well kfipwn to Honolulu,
raving passed through the port on
several occasions, whllo In tho scr
vtco of tho Philippine government.
Among them might bo mentioned
Turin II. Doolie, formerly a steno
grapher In the Mnnlla custom house;
It. .1, Htzslinmoiis, actinic disbursing
ofllccr of thu Manila municipal board;
V. J. O'Donnrnn, n survejor In tho
liiucau of pulille works, and Captain
John (Irccn, formerly of tho Mnnlla
pnllco ilcpnrtmcnt. lloono salted mi
Nmeinhur 11, for Persia, expecting to
join tho party cnniKicd of tho Int
tor tluoc nnpolntces.
Krnnk 8. Calms, a deputy surveyor
of customs with the Philippine, gov
ernment passed through tlonnlulii Inst
July en route to. tho land of tho Shah.
Ho Is snld to havo resigned his post
lion In Persia and to ho on his way
homo. Charles I, 'McCaskey, wlio
wna acting deputy surveyor of cus
toms In the Now York custom houso
when ho went to Persia with Shustcr,
Is believed still In his position there.
Mr. McCaskey was at one time dep
uty surveyor of customs In tho Ma-J
nun custom nousc, mil was transferr
ed to Now York.
Another of Booster's present (depu
ties is IJruco 0. Dickey, formerly as
sistant cashier In tho Manila custom
SEE WHARF PLAN
After the somewhat ruffled gathering
of the harbor commissioners, yester-'surveyors for tho department arc now
day's meeting wns very quiet There 'running llncfc and getting data on tho
wns only u small amount of business district.
to be transacted, und although the llllo; The sewer system Is to bo hooked
wliurf mutter cuine up. It was passed n(n the Walpllopllu system when that
over without uny trouble. j completed, nccoiiflrig to present
1 A. Thurston wrote stating that pluns. und It seems -that the Territory
tho iigrecmcnt as adopted by tho com-f hi finally going ahead with the work.
iiiIksIoii would be forwurded to tho ill- n Is expected that the funds available
rectors of tho railroad, as would also -wilt not be sufficient to muko tho sys
tho regulations for running tho wharf.' irm ery extensive, but enough will
Tho results of the directors' conference ho done to make It fairly sanitary.
would ba forwarded to the board at tho
Although advised by tho nttorney
gencrnl Hint It would be better policy
not to do so, tho commissioners havo
decided that ohln block pavement on
tho Hackfcld wharf may be charged to
loan fund nccount Instead of being puid drops of n soothing, cleansing wash
for out of tho current fund. Accord-1 would glvo ou Instant relief. It would
Ing to a report banded In, 40 per cent.Lcem too good; to be true, wouldn't It?
of tlio paving on tho Hlchnrds street. nut It Is true, every .word. Wo keep
wharf has been completed nnd tho
chairman was authorized to pay tho
contractor half his money.
Mrntlon of tho disaster to tho mn-
rlnn railway brought up tho mutter of)BTrPIli Thymol and other Ingredients
n floating dock for tho harbor. During actually does wash nwuy Eczema anil
the general talk It was mentioned that ll other skin Impurities that It clears
this may bo put In at Pearl Harborti,,, complexion over1 night nnd leaves
Instead of here, owing to tlio fuct tlint ( the skin us healthy nd smooth as that
inu ucui imruor whs noi uroagcci ueep
enough und that largo boats could not
Tho matter had not been heard of
Ilclnlly, however.' und was only what
had been snld to various members
during casual conversations on the
HOPE TQ REACH
City and County Clerk KalaunUalanl
would be a mighty plcused official If
twenty-one voters of the city nnd
county of Honolulu would find their
wuy to his olllco between 'this date
und lioxt Saturday morning nnd tnka
steps for tho registration of their
names on tho mil of voters.
With this number lidded to tho
(treat Registers, thero would bo an
even two thousand names to start tho
As It is, registrations are coming In
l very slowly. Jt Is estimated that the,
completed registration for the city nnd
county will show nearly eight thou
sand voters, and but n smalt percentage
have thus far attended to this Im
Tho Onhu Young People's Union
will give an entertainment In the Par
ish House of Central Union church
tomorrow evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tickets can be had at tlio door, 25
rents each. There will be an Inter
esting program. 'All nro cnrdlnlly in
Uted, especially the men of the fleet.
K. P. HALL FOR
ORDER OF MOOSE
New and Growing Lodge Plans
to Establish Headquart
K. of 1. Hall will prol.nbly be made
linidqunrttTa for tho I.oynl Order of
Moose, und ncRollutlons nro nlmosi
closed now, it was shited by n prom
inent Mouse yesterday, whereby the
hnll on llcrctniiln street will be taken
over by the antlcred herd within n
short time. .
The Knights o rythlas hove nlenso
which still has llvo und n half years
to run, but tho Mouse nro nnxlous to
get liriuUiuiirtcrH settled. It was ut
tlrit planned u secure n part of the
Kcr building on Alakcii street, but
neiiiitlutlonH weio not consummated.
The K. of P. Hull will bo somewhat
changed, although It Is now admirably
ndnptcd fur tho purposes. Eventually
the Moose will erect their own. building
Thero lire nearly n thousand Mooso
already In Honolulu, although tho or
der 1ms been established hero but a few
months. I-iist night the strength of tho
lodge was shown when tho Mooso took
ocr tho UIJou Theater for tho even
ing. Tickets hnd been sold right nnd
left nnd tho houso wits' crowded. The
decoration" wero emblematic nnd taste
ful, eacli member of tho Hughes com
pany wearing n Moose1 pennant. Among
tho features was the Mooso quartet
from the snllors of tho West Virginia.
There nro said to bo fifteen hundred
Moose ninong the men of the licet. Af
ter the Miow last night tho Mooso lodgo
entertained members of tho Hughes
company, ottlcers nnd prominent Moose
of tho licet at a dinner at tho Union
Work hns licen started by tho De
partment of Public Works on surveys
I for tho much-needed und long-discuss.
P,l .ewernue for the Iwllcl district. and
WASH THAT ITCH AWAY
If our druggist told ou Hint you
could simply wash nway that awful
tc,y Kcicuia es thu't tho very first
oll iaj upply of such n liquor
known us tho D.D.D. Prescription for
Bczoma. because wo know that tills
wonderful cnhipound of Oil of Winter
of u child
Wo could not recommend D.D.D. so
positively unless we knew of tho won
derful cures wroimht by this remedy.
vVo ouch for tho merits of D.DD. nnd
know positively that It takes away the
tr, Instantly. When your own drug-
I cist fiiM itIi'a ii fiertntti .relief frnm
that awful Itch, you don't need to suf
fer another day.
Wash away all your skin troubles
with J) 1)1). and then keep your skin
In perfect condition with D.D.D. Hoop.
l.ct us tell )ou moro about this won'
llenson, Hmlth & Co, Ltd.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record December 37, 1911.
From 10(30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Kaholo lialna and list) to Paaullo
Agrctl Co Ltd D
Hunk of Hawaii Ltd to Yea Yap..Rel
Dlunu I) M Ityun und hsb to Yee
Yul ,.,, D
Yeo Yap und wf to First Ainer
Huns ii Tr Co of II Ltd M
Kou Klu to Mano.i Pol Co Ltd. ...US
Kulllil Turo & Lund Co Ltd to Kou
Klu .....,.., .Consent
Knnna A Dcfries und hsb to Chung
Cliuu , M
Dank of Hawaii Ltd to John D
Alfred W Curler, tr, to John D
John D McVeigh und wf to Hank
of Honolulu Ltd .., ,. M
Llbann de Nobrlga to Antone P
draco ,, , D
A N Campbell, tr, to Toyo Nlshl
() VMHr I-
I'lure four hand on Hie pnlse'ol
Honolulu's business world by being
n constant render of the Wuil Ad
Section ol tlio II u I let la.
DON'T MISS THIS SHOW TONIGHT!
Will 13o Presented In
"Two Men From Japan"
FRITZIE GUV, COMEDIANS AND
"The Flying Dutchman
Monday Wednesday Friday
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Frances and Bence
Singers and Impersonators
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Box .Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - 9 13.50
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Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
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A flexible pad heated by electricity. Require, no
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All lZH XVEEYWEZRE
JACOB COERPER, Promoter,
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