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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 23, 1912.
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KDAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory ot Hawaii.
Wallacp R. Farkinoton, - Editor
tr Month nuiMhcrt lu U S ....41 ?n
Quarter anywheft n U S J.tMi
' e Vnr, ftnvhnc liU S ... M.m
f Vm po'Uaid. (orcicti. . I3.m
',A Min;; for our ImiiiiitI 'I In- vwitdi
AUitrli ciio- the ri'uhlle ln-r -lallon :
Tnltiil Mi' Maml divided mc fall;"
II iiimli' mill irririi" us u iiiiIIoii!
Jin1 union nf hikes- the iiiilnu of
', liiml -
i, The union of Matc nunc can sever
The iiiilnu of hi'urto the union uf
Ami tlic iIhk of our t'nloii forever!
fG. V Morris, "The Flag of Our
Tnft admirers iiik .inking for a nec-
onil helping of the same.
Alaska Is tho next place to hear
' from on the eoal question
1 " ' I
t Madcro may lie a ureal President '
but he has not created that Impression
1 unanimously lu Mexico
' No blushing debutante Is more 'j
J than the vviuild-be Territorial dele
- gates to the Chicago convention.
How can women who break the laws
by disorderly and riotous conduct ex
pect to be git en the right to make
f It will take some time to teach the
Chinese mobs the danger of killing
' the subjects of other nations, but they
JjCIII learn. "
Kveryone is satislled with tho ap
pointment of Knglneer Whltehousc as
city engineer. It doesn't require any
yTho two greatest nations on tho
earth would like to interview tho In
xentor of the substitute for coal, and
get a line on tho supply he has on
Hawaii has more money In oil than
In coal ventures. m Its sympathy will
bo with the strikers, not the rtletiuV
who Bave a lot of promises and didn't
For politics as a dishonest and cor
rupting gume you can sometimes Hud
the best examples among those who
howl the loudest and pray In public
places for the protection of the purity
of tho ballot.
Judging from the II 11 1 1 e 1 1 it cor
respondent's cable of yesterday. Sec
retary Fisher Is In a mood to pos
sibly change) his mind about taking a
trip to Hawaii. Perhaps we'l1 get the
busy secretary alter all
Increaso In the valuations nf prop
erty within the Territory miiBt be con
sidered very conservative ut tL'S.O'io,
000, when 0110 stops to deliberate 0.1
tho values of propeily In Honolulu 113
shown by somo of tho testimony in the
Honolulu should by all means hate
a Chamber of Commerce building, hiu
don't place It lu a section of the town
no longer to bo classed as til" busi
ness center and certain to he dall
further distant from that constantly
Honolulu's sanitation campaign will
always lag as long as the "xpouscs ot
tho sewer system 1110 charged against
tho water bureau If theio Is mm
"A man should strlvo to be satislled
. with his lot."
.'"Thnt's a hard thing to do when his
lot happens to llo under a suburban
Jnrk: Fred, lias n. snao. hut bo's
foollsi to continue nbuslug his privi
Tom; Thais so! It takes mighty
Ilttlo to make a sluccuio Insecure
' Scribbler' It took mo nearly ten!
'years to learn that I could not wrlto
Friend: Gavo It up then, did you?
Scribbler: Oh. no. Hy Hint tlmo I
had n reputation. I
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
WIIliKl.Y MUUI.IM irs
tei Sl Mcmtnt ,ao
Per Veai tnywhuc la U.S. . .. I.vmi
Pel Year nywhT n Canada. 110
Pel Vemf (ostald, foicijtn .. .. 3.rM
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m iccourfrUt mitiirr
MARCH 23, 1912
thing that Bhoulit ho charged against
general revenues It la tho eipetiso of
Hawaii believes that President Tuft
la entitled to re-nomlnutlon. llolli Mr.
Tn ft iitnl Mr. ltoocvelt hao declared
that they do not Intend to mnko this
u personal controversy. Klther man,
If nomlnnted, will receive the hearty
support of the other.
Who Is going to push the button
that will start the "doings" at Sail
Francisco In 1011,? Why, the Presi
dent, of course.
Hut who Is It going to be?- Say,
who has been touching the button for
the last three eiirs?
Honolulu has nagged throiich one
tourist season without oven a threat
of the port being tied up with quar
antine Don't ou believe It worth
while anil wouldn't It be If the amur
nliie of a clean hill of health coil
double the money that has been spent
In cleaning up .
Slmc tho Sacramento Chamber of
Commerie has been heard from on tho
ftce sugir question, Is It not timely
for the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce to Duplicate Its campaign for
Pearl Harbor by passing a resolution
of Its own and unking other cities tn
como along' and support. - tho" 'good
Governor Frcar says tho Idea of
meters Is to stop tho waste, not utaji
the water. It Is the general belief that
tho tiuvcrntnent wastes 113 much or
more than anyone else so why not
start the experiment by tacking tho
miters onto all Government watei
pipes, and allow tho water rate payer
to wait till the possible worst olTcndor
Is heard from. Tho taxpajer lias no
desire to pay for governmental ex
Iriivagnnce In even water.
Two letters written by Theodore
Kooscvclt In I!M1. In which ho said hu
would not be a candidate In 1912, were
made public In Washington recently.
One, written June 27, to li A. Van
Vnlkenbtirg. editor of the Philadelphia
North American, contains this state
ment: "I have said always that I would
not be it candidate In 1912 myself, and
that I had no Intention of taking any
part In tho nomination for or agalnBt
any candidate "
Tho other, wilttcn Aug. IS, to A. P.
Moore, publisher of tho Pittsburg
I must ask not only you but every
friend I have to see that no movement
whatever Is made to bring mo forward
for the nomination In 1912. I
ihould esteem It a genuine calamity
,f such a inmement were undertaken "
OVSTCIl HAY, March li Col
Roosevelt said enterday It was per
fectly true he had said he would not
bo 11 cundhlate In 1912. Ho had made
that statement tn many persons, ho
mid, hut had not declared ho would
not accept tho nomination If It wcro
tendered to him Ho drow it dlstine-
icin between becoming n rninlldute
anil being willing to accept the nouiln
"Which political party do you be
"I doesn't actually belong to no par
ty," replied I'uclo Itasbcrry, "but 'ca
slonally I hires out to ary ono of
"Ulxby should bo nrreslcd for cruel
ly to mechanism."
"Khl What did ho do?"
"Hid a dictagraph In tho mooting
place of an afternoon brldgo club."
"You must not talk all tho tlmo,
i:thcl," said tho mother who had been
"When will I bo old enough to, inn'
11111?" asked tho Ilttlo girl.
Hull clin leaders will recall that,
in the year 1907, I'ougicss passed an
Act creating an Immigration Commis
sion. The net empowered tho Vice
President to appoint threo distin
guished Senators, the Speaker of the
House three members of the House,
nniV the President the power to ap
point tluee distinguished publicists,
thus constituting a Commission of
nine members. The function of this
Commission vvns to examine Into the
whole subject of Immigration Into the
t'nlled States The Commission was
to report to Congress on the xnrlous
effects of immigrants on the unlive
Americans as to vice, crime, diseases,
economic effects, standard of living,
and Ideals The Commission recently
made n report, nml Congress embodied
It In forty volumes.
Professor Jcnks, the distinguished
publicist of Cornell University, chair
man of the three publicists, has con
densed the substance of the forty xol
umcs Into one oelnxo volume of some
eight hundred pages. The findings of
tho Commission are numerous. This
hook Is well worth tho perusal of all
Americans who lia'o the present and
future welfare of their country at
heart. It Is dllllrult, een Impossible,
to glc anything like a resume ot the
findings of the Commission In one
brief newspaper article. We shall,
therefore, endeaxor to touch upon only
three or four of tho most Important
First, as to the effect thnt the Im
migrants lime on the xlces of Amer
icans. Second, ns to the ptobahlc In
creaso of crime, caused by the new
Immigration. Third, as to the eco
nomic effectx, standards of living and
Ideals on the American population.
The Commission Is of tho opinion
thnt the Immigrants have no percept
ible effect on the Increase of vice. The
Commission also Is unanimous lu the
opinion that crime, other than small
xlolatlon of ordinances, nf which they
nro not Informed, Is not Increased.
The llndlngs In gainful crimes that
Is In the shady transactions of getting
money tho native Amerlcnns are
morn criminal than the Immigrants,
liven In the bringing of diseases, such
care Is now taken by Inspection 11 1 the
places of lauding that, practically no
diseased persons come Into the coun
try. The effect most noted and regret
ted by tho Commission Ih an economic
:'' For tho most part, the vast number
of eastern and Southern Huropeans
that hate come Into the United Slates,
are unskilled, agricultural peasants.
They are engaged by the great manu
facturing, mining uml railroad com
panics. They work for wages that no
native American, Scotchman, Kngllsh
man. Irishman, German, or Scandlna
xlan could subsist on. The Intention
of labor-saving machinery, and the
mechanical dexlces Invented, enable
the unskilled Slavs, Slnvnk, or south
ern Italian, to do the work necessary
In nil tho manufacturing processes at
n pitiful, low wage. Thus thoy hnvo
displaced or run out, tho higher class
old Immigrants thnt have made our
country great, iintl nsslmllated so well
with tho native Amerlcnns. Until
1884, approximately ninety per cent of
our Immigrants were Kngllsh, Irish,
German, Scandlnaxlan, and French.
Since 188t, the reverse Is true. From
that time until tho present, about
ninety per cent of our Immigrants are
eastern and Boutbern Kuropean peo
ple. These people nssemblo and live
With the coming of hot
weather and Hi attendant
danger to children, par
ticular attention should bo
given to the quality of the
milk used. Ve supply a
perfectly pure, rich milk
from codified healthy
cows. This milk Is also
electrically treated at our
depot before delivery to
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 Hungalovv, modern. ". 1 ns, Kaliuukl J.tSOO
12 Huiigiilow, modern, C looms. City ROUO
10. House, modern, 7 room. Mntiua 1 noon
18. Cottnge, modern, 0 rooms. Matio.i l!7f.O
21. House, 2-story, modern, 10 rooms. City 4000
31 lliiugitlnvv, 0 rooms. City 2'M
4 Lot, 2 1-100 ceres J2000
:t. Lot, 7&X200, I'llii ti 11 1 x, ll'.'.O
0 i-ot, M-100, Kniiiii .inn
25 Lot, tiOxttiO, Knliiiukl tf,0
IK Three Lots, Ocean View Trail litSO
02 Lot, l.uso Street ..'. 1000
together, around our gtent lion, steel,
ami textile centers, and around rail
way centers, lu some of the manu
facturing towns, the Commission not
ed its many, as from eight to fifteen
thousand Bulgarians, Slnxs, Slovenes,
living together. In the cmuo manner
as they did In their old home
There seems In be un possibility of
assimilation with native Americans, at
least for the piescnt generation.
The Commission most legietted,
the effect nf this vast horde of immi
grants on the American standard of
living. They mnko unanimous rec
ommendations that Congress enact
laws, decidedly restricting the number
nf Immigrants coming Into the coun
try. In this, they all agree, but there
is one dissenting voice its to the meth
od or manner of the restrictive regu
SAYS IN LETTER
HAS SAVED ill
Stirred by lied. Hollers Hinging
and to the talk given by llev. H. K.
Smith on "Has the Hlblo Hun Out?",
ono ninu hits decided to onto more
lead the kind of lifo he used to lend
nnd to follow out the. tenets taught
him In tho old das at tho ltoii
An open letter found on a desk at
the Y. M. C. A. tellH tho story. It
rends: "The two hymns enclosed In
this envelope wero composed after
getting homo fioiu listening to Fred.
Ilullcr singing nml a soul-stirring ser
mon by It. i;. Smith ot tho .Methodist
Church. 'Has tho Gospel Hun Out?
It matters not how low it man bo,
steeped in sin, set there nro times
when one has listened to a soul-stir-
ling appenl to turn to Christ ns our
onlv salvation, thnt ho llecillS to real-
Izo thnt ho Is Indeed n sinner, more
so If lu his youth ho was brought up
under tho lultlon nf religious men
nnd women (us In my easo).
"I was brought up under tho tuition
7 acres Land In Munoa Valley
less than a mile from end of
cor line $3000
Lots on Palolo Hill $600 arfd up
New Bungalow at Kaimuki $2000
Houses for Rent
14th and Palolo Aves. 2 D. ft. $40.00
Keeaumoku and Dominis
Sis 2 " 60.00
Oth and Pahoa Aves 2 " 40.00
Manoa Valley 2 " 50.00
Kalakaua Ave 4 " 45.00
Kinau 8t 4 " 37.00
Lunalilo St 3 " 35.00
Lunalilo St 3 " 32.50
1266 Matlock Av 2 " 27.50
Deretanla St 3 " 27.50
Pawaa, near King St. ..2 " 25.00
Kalakaua Ave 3 " 20.00
10th and Palolo Aves. ..2 " 25.00
NOT A MINUTC LOST WHEN THE
Otllce Is open on wick days from 7
11 m to n :in p m and 011 Sunday
mornings from s to 10. Ships' mes
sages, received until 11 ever- night.
The Beit Wo Have Ever Had
of nut li godly men ns Father Green,
Hlslinp llcckwltli nml A. S. Cooko of
tho old Hoynl School. When listen,
lug to the singing nnd sermon at the
I-'mplio the other evening, memories
of those dava of tho past while under
their tuition onmo forcibly tn my
mind, nml its by Inspiration when I
got homo thnt night I composed Me
nus Can Save" before I turned In, nml
tho next night composod 'Mighty
Uock of Ages.'
"And now In conclusion I will
henceforth, with God's help, lend 11 so
lier and a religious life, I leave tho
poems enclosed in an envelope In tho
hope that some may rend them, and,
Inspired by doing so, nnd by fnllovvlng
up tho meetings nightly at the Km
plre, sinners llko myself will bo In
spired also, 11S It did me."
Tho hymns mny be' sung by Ilutler
at ono nf tho meetings through next
Tomorrow afternoon nt I o'clock a
great mass meeting will be held for
men nt tho Kinplro theater, when
Cllve Davles will deliver a stirring
address. At night tho meeting will
bo held tn the HIJoii theater.
which lay off tho harbor veslerday.
nml that xessel has gone to sea and
h well oil her way to lliuekn. Tho
Alexander cnlled lu here from Hawaii
mvlnir It, n nliTirlntro In tier rrmv. Tim
ciiptnlii also wauled to secure some
supplies necessary to mako repairs to
his donkev boiler. Tho vessel limurjV
down a shipment of lumber from thu
Sound ports. r
I KICKIN AR0UN'
l:cry lime I luuie to town
1 lui 11 II 11 1 lull 11 an sit down
To mid about Unit pesk) lionn'
'Hint I'Wi'junu sieiiis to bu Kick
,'o.ipluK Dan 011 Is goin' iirnun' '
'Itlllli' bis friends Ftiulghl up im'ihmii,
'lli.it because Fcrn'M 111,1 01 of the town,
lie can not, kick Ills Jaw nrouir.
McO. mill MiC would soon mine down
To which wus to wear the candidate
I 1 low 11,
If tliex'd ionic out lu lliu open giuuu'
An' start klcklu' cnili olhir'n dog
1 My waterfioiit plans are iluuo up
The lommlssloii on my llgurcH frown.
Hill this Jul) Is kii'io uoilli holding
!o they gotta quit kicking my dog
The won't havo meters in the town,
Ha lawns would MilTir uml get
Another bright echemu uf mine thrown
Tb gottu ipill Kicking by dog urouu'.
'I hut I'liiikhuiHt woman made pome
SiiiiihIiIu' winders In I.on'on town;
She'd In Iter reform nil' ipilet down.
All' lilt her lilcl.ln' the men around'.
Now, I live quite 11 wnn from town,
An' I don't go very much around',
An' nil to lovu that I have found'
Is 11 Miro-li ggi d, mum;, scravvney
The say I ke, p in temper down,
An' I liarill ever show 11 frown,
Hot If .vol I'd see the ulr nil brown,
Jus' st irt to klcklu' my dog 11101111'
The examination fur lt health In
hpeetors Is to lie lit It Monday after
lioon next at the College of Hawaii,
when, us fur as Is known now, M'Vtll
teen men will present themselves.
I The examination starts at 2 o'clock
'mill will last the ii"iial time. It I"
J thought that the poltlou vacant will
be Mllcl up out of tills number of ap
plicants WATER CHIEF FOR COAST;
TO PUBLISH REPORT
Willi r Chief Mm tin Is lu u quau
ilniy. lie mo leave for thu Coast
unit Ibeii again he ma' wait for lb"
Wllbelmliia next week It all depend
mi whctlur he tan git a berth or not.
Mr Mllltlll Km to the Coast In hii-
1 ier,iiit 11,1 mi' iMiiiiiniitiiK 01 me nipt
rcKirt nil the water rcmitcc of the
llerrltiiM. lie expects to lie avv.l'
iiliuiit tluee muiiths.
Dm lug llic wiek tho Governor In
form, d Martin that another tll'im hid
lucn M't uslde by the allotment coni-
mllli.e t,ii IiIm ilett.irl tot.til l, titaler t,i
buv the id tails uirrieil nut that are
livi',"N.ir lor llie reporis
fWllltrt. IIKIV flffttl'tln li nuiru lull illii
...... r. j iiiiiiiuii ii!n I r riia.
II li I let I n Is iiilinllted In have Hie
Seven-Inch Top, FourtecifDut
ton, Spanish Toe, In
White and Black
Tan and Black
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