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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
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THE FIRST AMERICAN PRINCIPLE.
One of the recent magazine articles on the political situation made llic
comment that the political orcanuations of (lie country arc framed on llic old
battles of the Civil War. whereas the rcil ksucs arc nsw
I here is a great deal of truth in tins when vvc consider llic geographical
distribution of the strength of the great controlling political organisations.
The Democrats still hold control of the South and the Republicans of llic
Noilli. But this is an evidence of the wonderful power of a partizan name
to hold men from generation to generation.
1 h Iruth is that the issue in lis broadest scnc is llic same today that it
was in the Ciil War the freedom and independence of the individual.
lhe division of our citizens however is no longer sectional, as shown by
the "insurgent" movement in the Democratic ranks as well as the Republi
can, the South as well as the North.
1 he issue today is the Individual ai against the Corpo.alion. vvh.c'i has
come to be snonymcui with monopoly, and sometimes with criminal monop
oly Flic hold of partisan allegiance u so strong that the Democrats of the
South and the Republicans of the North prefer to carry on their reform
work "within their own organization" rather than break away in a move
ment planned to assemble all the so-called Progressives in one parly and the
so-called stand-palters in another.
'I he influence of the Civil War is evident in llic effort of each of the lead
in? candidates in both parlies to prove that be best represents the Individual.
No one comes to the front and appeals to the people for support on the
ground that be represents the corporation.
Lojal Americans about whose graves the people of the Nation are today
assembled settled the principle that every form of slavery is contrary to all
American tenets of faith If Money, if Corporate Greed, if any intention
or invention of man rises up to strik? down or is schemed lo undermine
lhe freedom of the individual, it vicla'cs the spirit of American institutions
proclnmed and defended in I 776 and reaffirmed by a baptism of the blood
of brothers in the sixties.
Not while the memory of the struggle of the Sixties remains will there be
an shadow of turning from the sound American principle that the highest
duty of the citizen is to perform his share in every struggle to the purpose
that "government of, by and for the p:ople shall not perish."
HAWAII'S DUTY IS PLAIN
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111 thin outpot of the Pnclllc wo
need Men; Just such whole-souled,
fmiloss Americans us went to tho
front In llic sixties, nml In tho nine
ties. Wo need linn, and women, with
murage of (iiink Him nnd capacity to
Hiii)ort that conviction In n crisis.
'I hero arc today In tho imhllc
Mliimla of (his Tcrrllorj twcnt-thrco
thousand bojs and girls, many of
whom arc, from homo environment,
alien In thought and teaching. Their
only edntntlon flu Americanism Is In'
(ho public schools and what they oh'
Servo In tliplr rnnlnrl ulth Amnrl, ,m
Aliens and the Flag.
Thcro nrc In our midst aliens whose
nnl Interest In mir country nnd theso
Islands Is what (hoy can make out or;
It. Thoy havo neither sympathy for
our Institutions nor respect for ouri
puhllc mtii. tlioush their lip-sorvko
may ho friendly and hland. No sweet I
cr music greets these allon cars than
I hn diseonl created hy tnrplng crltl (
tlsm of nur country or spoors for tho
sentiment that prompts tho loyal man
to dolT his hat to tho flag.
It would not no surprising If youths
growing up In iillon surroundings do
not know whether thoy want lo ho
Amci leans or nut. Jt Is not to ho won
dered, If Bomo should feel that thoy
havo no other responsibility than to
look oit for a solflsh Number Ono,
when Amorlcnns, busy with dollar.
KUlhciliig, havo no tlmo for public, du
t and urgo that tho civilian glvo way
to tho mllltnry administration In tlmo
"Why wouldn't you put out your
Inngiio for tho doctor this morning,
"Oh Hinmy, I louldn't. 1 don't know
111 nt well enough '
"I'm going off on a hunting trip with
Rinks, Dawson und Illldad," sulci Hick
cnloopcr. "Fine!" said Wlgloy. I11k gamo or
"Oh, wo never go beyond tho 10 cent
limit," said Hlckenloopcr.
Per Six Months $ .JO
Per Year. nnhero In V S 1.(10
Per Year anywhere In Canada 1.811
Per ear, postiald, foreign . 2.00
Inttrea tf ib PontnDcv tl llnuointn
m icronit-ellis matter
MAY 30, 1912
might, and m that faith Id in do our
Love of country Is tho foundation
principle of civil and military clllclen-
An Efficient Unit.
Willi patriotism thoro must bo asso
ciated self reliance and sclfinntiol.
Tho average American citizens of
llirso Islands should iUo havo such a
highly dcvolopcd senso of rosponslbll
lly thnt Instead of calllni; for help In'
tho duties of civil administration, tlioyl
will lio self-sulllclcnt and an aid and'
support In tho organization of nn plll-l
cicnt unit, capablo of Hiving a perfect
accounting ir thrown upon Its wn ro-!
sources. To do this tho fiospol of i:f
llcicncy must prevail In civil liro as
well ns military practises and training.1
When Hawaii first entered tho Un-.
Ion as a Territory, lis peoplo vvoro
prono lo ask much from tho Pedcral
(lovernment. Tho frequent rcsponso
was, "Why don't you look out fori
J,.,., duiiudi wui ii'i!uw(-ounirymou
frowned on our luck of self rellonco
and pitied us perhaps for our want of'
Civilian and Soldier.
Just now wo nro met with tho wcl
lomo problem of adjusting tho rein
tlons or tho civilian and tho soldier. In
this Instanco tho sword is not laid
nsldo ror tho plowsharo hut thoy must
bo used togothcr In promoting nnd
prosorvlng Notional oniciency.
Lo) al Americans who mnko this
outpost their homo must bo as thor
oughly prepared and as well equipped
for emergency as over you votorans
woro on tho ovo of bnttlo. Our coun
try's wclfaro nnd our country's honor
thould bo tho mensuro hy which ovory
question Is sottlcd. Wo Bervo our
country best whon wo administer our
"Going to trot nut horn nrwl utrnlnh
your legB?" asked tho (ravelman of
ins companion, ns tho (rain slopped.
"What placo Is It?" inquired tho oth
"No; I had ono leg stretched hero
"Pn Wlm fa nn .. 1 . la.
, ...tut . Mil VI'UIIMDb.
"An optimist, my hoy, Is a woman
who thinks that ovorjthlng is for the
best, and that she is tho best."
civil government with the best possi
ble cfllcloncy. Wo protect our coun
try's good name when wo cordially
respond In tho performance of civic
duties thnt help to mako this not onlyl
tho most perfect placo In which to llvo!
In times of peace but also capable of
being turned Into nn oltlclent nnd povv j
crful military camp and naval rendez
vous at tho first unto of war's nlarm.l
1 lio manhood and womanhood of
Hawaii must bo steeped In the prlii-l
elples of praclical clllclency. They I
must llrst love their home. They must
bo loynl, nlert, and determined to
tnko no backward steps.
They must be trained with as pa
tlent enrc ns Washington's men at
Thcj must go forward as did Far
ragut's men. tlie must march on ns
did (Irnnt's men .and Sherman's men
and Sheridan's men, as did every man
in tho I'nion army whose word or
deed counted on the side of liberty.
They must do the duty of today. Un
coin once said that ho didn't caro so
much about Richmond it was I.ceN
arm) that should be given attention.
That token core of, tho "On to Illch
inond" would core for Itself.
Hawaii Is no place for American In
action Wo cannot linvo McClellnn
bod) guards though wo must havo
trained nml lojal men who hove prof
ited by the discipline of tho drlllmas
tcr nnd organber.
These nre some of tho lessons thnt
ma) he drawn from the lives nnd
deeds of tho men who fought tho hat
tie for tho Union fifty oars ago. You
1 rtllirll t 114 to clvo tlin IipkI tlinl la In
iis nnd. If need be, our lives for our!
(ouiilrj. Wo learn from )ou thnt to
light (ho bnltlo for freedom nnd No
tional Integrity nnd honor Is a com
mon tint) of the plain American which
gives a certnln claim to undjliig fame.
"Nn ono can look nt tho wrinkled,
battle scarred faces and bent forms of
Hie vetcrnus as today they placo upon
the graves of departed heroes Iho
flowers nt remembrance, without re I
fleeting thnt men give high price for!
their w real lis of fnme.
"The candidate for immortal honors'
sits on ono sldo of a table and tho.
Goddess of Tamo sits on tho other I
tTnullllnirlv Hops ulin rntnnsn linr tmlil '
upon tho chnplct of honor
'"Can )ou wear rogs? Can you cot
crusts? Can jou enduro bitter cold?
Can )ou know sleepless nights? Will
ou glvo In exchange jour vouth, jour
health, and all you lovo? If not. this
wrcoth and tills niche In my tctnplo'
or rnmo Is not for jou. "
Tlicro Is no primrose pntli to con
West nnd honors. Tho fields of In
fluence nro reached b) steep hills of
dlfllculty. Tho eager aspirant must
how nut each step ns ho climbs. Often
tho step Is used by tho next asplront
following after, whllo tho first toller
leaves hli body lying on the hilltop
ho has just surmounted.
Not nlono Is this true of Iho soldier
who gnvo tils life-blood that tho slnvo
might ho free, hut truo It Is also thnt
tho (earlier gives the best of Ills llfo
that Iho pupil may bo wise; the physi
cian wears himself out that tho sick
may recover; tho scientist burns him-
i elf up hy overstudy that ho mny find
tho clow- to tho unknown; tho mother
dies that tho babe mny live.
"Universal tho sacrifice, for the law
of life through death Is n law of na
tmo Tho lonr falls that tho shrub
mo) ho stronger; tho treo fnlls that
tho soil may be deeper; Iho bco dies
that Iho hive may hold honey, hut
theso sacrifices oro unconscious, nnd
"The mnn or woman, (ho hoy or girl
who deliberately turns from tho pnth
of ease nntl chooses tho pnlh or sncrl
flic, following It where II lends, Is tho
glorious hero of tho world and tho
mainspring or progress.
"Tho jouth or today Is Inspired by
tho great deeds or yesterdny. For this
reason it no other seir-sntrlflco and
heroism aro renlly worth whllo.
Milk forms k most im
portant Item In the dietary
of children, and tho utmost
cars thould bo exercised
In providing an absolutely
pure milk and yet a milk
rich in food value.
It Is such a milk as this
that we are furnishing our
customers. Our cowa are
n perfect health, they aro
fed on rich alfa'fa, and
every care Is used to as
iuro perfect cleanliness.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Wo have Jut received nnd Installed
In nur burglar and llre.pi oof sufo de
limit vault nn additional supply of
double-none, private key steel boxes
which wo uffir
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
according- to size
Juki the placo for tho safe sloinfe
of Valuable Tapirs, Documents, In
surnnco Policies, Jewelry, Silver, ic.
Call and Let Us Show You
the vnult nnd the boxes; thev will in
terest jou, whether jou wish to rent
House on Green St.,
$45' per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
"Men aro moved hy talcs of success
and sweetened and Inspired by talcs
of love, but they nro transformed and
redeemed by tales of heroism, '
"Tho stories of heroism that crowd
our memories ns tho rapidlj'-lpsscnltiK
ranks of tho boys of tho slxtips match
by us to their goal, tho little mound In
(ho soft bosom of Mother Knrth,
should bo retold agnln nnd ngaln to
our children. I
"Not that they may bo wnrllke, but'
Hint they mny bo brave, honest ond
Bvjl Sec the Display of
III Hand -Colored Platinums ffi
Muklkl St 2 llrdrooms ?DO0O
Knlmukl Olh nnd
I'uhou AveH ,.,,J " 40 00
llerilunlu St 3Ilcdrooms 12S.00
I.uiiulllo St 3 35 (jo
l.uiinlllo St 3 " 30 00
Mntloih Ave J " 27 CO
Judil fit i " CO 00
Kalukaua Avo ....i " 40 00
Muklkl SI I " as 00
Klillhl ltd and link-
Icy St " 35 00
IMIolo IIIII (t mos.
to Oct. 1) 1 7500
The Office of the
it open on week dayi from 7 a. m. to
5:30 p. m. and on Sunday mornings
from 8 to 10. Messages lor ships at
sea received up lo 11 every night
truo lo their fellow men nnd to them
selves. '"Ihoso Immortal few who aro cheer
ed nnd crowned by tho onlookers of
today will, with thoso who hnvo pre
ceded thorn Into eternity, bo held In
ovcrlastlnp; rememhranco by th03u
who llvo on tho morrow's morrow."
'lhe observance of Memorial Daj this
morning was without uicldent, so far
its the pnllic wire concerned Hhcrlff
Jurrett mrlj this morning Instructed
bis policemen mounted, foot and bl-
Oile olllcers to station themselves ut
places where thcro were likely to bo
irowds Ailing Chief of DeUctlvcs
Kellett and his men wero likewise kept
liusy during the parade Tho detec
tives scattered themselves In tho Cap
itol grounds pnrly this morning, and
at noon they reported overj thing O K
HIkHIT Jnrrett exprcssid himself as
blghlv pleased with tho policing of
the streets during the parade Ho said
that his force, though mm li smaller
than In times past, nudered splendid
For news nnd the Iruth about It .ill
pioplo bur tho llulletln.
ACHI OUT WITH
VON DIM PLAN
OoihirliiB that the cIuiiircs proponed
(bj II von Dimiii in the present mu
nicipal net nro designed to kIvp the
nnll-Kuhlo forces the control for the
I purpose of electing von Damm to the
llonrd of Supervisors, W C Aclil and
I other llflh District Itcpubllcnn lenders
have begun n light to prevent thepartj
(munition this fait from Indorsing: tho
ihanges nnd asking the Legislature to
enact them Into Invv by nmendlng the
city nnd county net
Mr Achl nld this morning- that von
IMinm's proposal that the Hoard of
Supervisors shall be clcited by dis
tricts Instead of nt large Is rctrogres
slonal, not no advance, and thnt It
mentis disuster to the Interests of tho
louiitj- ns a whole He says that tho
Immedlitc result of electing supervis
ors bj districts Is thnt the supervisors
will pull for their own districts nnd
whichever side gets control will trj
to 'hog" the appropriations
The municipal net, which I drew
up nnd which took the phico of tho
county net of 190S, expressly provided
n means of getting nwnj' from tills dis
trict plan of election," said Achl to
dnj "The first county net, ns Is well
known, lind tho supervisors elected by
district In the two Jenrs from l!0"i
to ISO" there wns n combination of
supervisors which got through what It
wanted, nnd the two thousand voters
of the riftli District got practically
'Since th chnnge has been made,
nil the county has been treated alike
nnd pitch district has hud Us share of
tho monej spent on public Improve
ments 'Tlip reason for tho changes Mr von
Dtinm proposis Is thnt he knows that
the nntl-Kuhtn forces will bo beaten
nt the next election If the supervisors
nre elected nt large If the 1'ourth
District votes for Its own supervisors,
von D.tmm hopes thnt he and two of
his friends will be elected, for he can
get the following there
' If this proposition Is brought before
tho ((invention this fall, It will be beat
en. Their only hopo of getting II
through Is to work In the Legislature
next spring We will be on the nlert
It Is thought In Ilerlln that the Itev
Dr I, telie, who was found poisoned In
Ills rooms. In which wero $173,000 worth
of Jewels, was connected with tho ca
thedral Jewel robbers in IVeiitcchown,
I'olnnd, In 1910
Furnished house on Wilder Ave,
Furnished house on Wilder Ave., near
Oahu College) $45.
Furnished house on Hastings St.)
four bedrooms) J 100.
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
Properly in all parti of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor. Judd Building
You havo many negatives
worthy of enlarging.
Let us havo them. The ex
pense of enlarging is not great.
Dlack and White or Sepia.
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