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BVENlNd BfJLLBTIN. ITONOLtJLD, T. II , MONDAT, AUGUST '2, lbOO. . 1 H ! r'i Iw t. r (I ill pi Wttt, 't, t J Evening Bulletin OAUT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHTHG CO., LTD. At 120 King Street, Honjlulu, Territory of Hawaii. Daily tTcry day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. VV .line K. Parrlnuton, SUBSCRIPTION RATES tlVUrslNO UULX.UTIN l Month, aujwherf In I) S 4 ,7A 'T Qaantr, anywhere In U 3 .... 3.oo ef Year, arivtrherc InOS H.oo 'cr Yat, pManl, fortixn I3.oo CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED in the Territory of Hawaii. I Editorial Rooms, - 185 Tel. Business MONDAY . v . . . -.-.-- The mortal law is written on the tablets of eternity. For every false word or unrighteous deed, for cruelty and oppression- for lust or vanity, the price has to be paid at last J. A. Fronde. Japanese patriots can fnr better afford to Bend their surplus funds to Qsaka to relievo real distress than Invest money In a moemcnt to In jure an Industry In Hawaii. While the Supervisors aro creat ing new laws for the city to Becure pure food for the people, they should tnke care that tho best modern Ideals are followed and applied as proeil to be most satisfactory in the progressive communities of the mainland. Secret con lae of the Japanese delegates I i other islands docs not Increase ihc confidence that sec tion of oui icldents enJos nmong law-abiding people To reinstate themselves, tho bo cotters or strik ers or whatever they ma be. havo only to cease living on the contribu tions of friends nnd go to work. There is one way to get Russian Immigrants nnd get them right. Follow the example set In tho Euro pean and Klllptno immigration. I'm men on the job who are known and who know what Is needed in Ha waii. A good prospect of failure facet every project tho agent of which knows nothing of Unwnll. and tho principal qualification of the man uccompan) ing him la that he is a good fellow nnd would en Joy the trip. REFORM IN WaSgTON. Reform has struck Washington, D. C. Not the ordinary reform with a large R, but a real wnvc of sweep ing proportions. No doubt It will bo cited as com plete proof of tho superiority of Government b) Commission In tho District of Columbia. First, United States Treasurer Me Veagh has saved 08 a )ear by or dering that the first assistant jani tor of the Treasury building shall set the clocks of that bee-hive of In dustry. The work has hitherto been done b) n city jeweler. This has no direct connection with the Commission Government, but shows what a splendid example tho Fed eral Government sets. Second, the Judgo of the District Police Court has acquitted a man for Bwcarlng at n neighbor who playing the piano after midnight. He told tho man arrested that ho didn't blame him for swearing. Third, tho District Commission ers have resolved that (hey would prefer to have their criminals put to death by electricity than by tho rope and havo asked Congress to pur chase the chair. Fourth, the District Commission ers enforced n safe and sane celebra tion of the Fourth of July. These are the compensations of life In the city governed by a com mission, In whoso organization the people have no voice, and whoso government Is qulto tho most expen sive of any ttty of tho Bame slzo. EDUCATING THE IMMIGRANT. What is Hawaii doing to put Its, Immigrants in tho way they should go toward American citizenship, or respect for tho law on the part ofi residents unable to becomo Anicrl- j can citizens? I The responso to this query from ' nine out of ten of our people might be that wo don't want tho Immi- rants to know too much; It spoils them for work. This Is the Indict ment brought against tho children of the Immigrants In many In stances. I Yet tho progressive citizens of tho Territory kno wthat the best results In community development nro to bo obtained by bringing tho Immlgiaut to a decent realization of what ho owes tho country from which he Is gaining his livelihood. To start the Immigrant right Is tho work that has been Inaugur ated by tho Civic League for Imml-i grants among tho Immigrants land- (Editor PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. WI1IXKL.Y Ulil.l.BTIN Per Si a Motrin .Su Per Vear, anywhere In U S I.oo Pl Year anjr-iliere In Canada.. .Ro torear poatpaM, foteiga 3.oo Office, - 256 fcntered at the Pottofficr at Honolulu u ttrcotid tliH tntttcr AUGUST 2, 1909 liiB at Huston. Tho experiment Is tald by the Outlook to be successful and will be extended to other cities. uiui win uc cxienueu 10 oincr chics. . The spirit nnd the al mot the leaguo V -....,. . . 1I""V UlllIIIIVt" nlthmich niin nf tho 1 en tier a hn ono of tho lenders has epitomized its object as being solely to sco that tho Immigrant lenrns tho English langunge nnd the duties of citizenship. At the outset the new comer Is thus ndvlcscd: "lie truo to tho associations of the past and elect the best nssocl itlons for the future." The character of tho Unit ed Slates Government, tho responsi bility placed upen tho cltlxcn, tho fart thnt tho laws aro mado by men chosen l the people, tho duty of the citizen to think scrlousfly about what is right and wrong, and simi lar Injunctions are put Into plain language. Furthermore, such sensi ble advice is given as that the Immi grant should take out at once a cer tificate of intention to becomo a citizen; that he should not carry weapons; that bo should protect himself from disease by keeping his person, home and street clean and iwect; thnt ho should not permit his -hlldicn under fourteen yenr of ago to work In n factory or Bhop; that he should send all children between teven and fourteen to school. A sec ond message follows In the same pamphlet an the need of learning English and tho advantages of an education; a third contains a simple outline history of the United States; a fourth Is a familiar talk about Ab rnham Lincoln. It would be Im possible to crowd Into a llttlo slx-toen-pago pamphlet moro that Is of good cheer an dsound encourage ment for a stranger who has just entered the gates of America. Among tho supporters of the movement aro such men of national repute ns Jacob A. Rlls, Frank A. Vnnderlip, Robert Watchorn and . Felix Wnrburg, whoso example Is ' alwajs worthy of emulation Ability of the Immigrant to read his own lnngu.'gc is the basis of tho pamphlet propignnda. Hut the Idea may well be adapted to the Ig norant nnd tho resident not eliglblo to citizenship, with whom we of I!n wall havo principally to do ut the present time. Having hnd such n recent exnm- ne of tho ovll that can bo done by . , ,,i ,,.. ,j, acalnst th law nf the land In which he lives Hawaii should be In a no - .... .... . . at it Inn t r n mtrnnl atn thn walitA ari' w i every movement that has respect for tho law as Its objective. CHALLENGES GOOD FAITH. (Continued from Paze 1) admit that picketing was Indulged In, hut state that It was only for tho pur pose of keeping tabs on the strikers whom tho Walpahu and Honolulu Higher Wngo Associations had to feed. In r gard to the affidavit of Tanabo Toshlno, the) claim that It was, ob tained by Intimidation. When Tosh I no was arrested nnd brought up to bo Investigated by Kinney and Chester Doylo in tho prison Kinney Is assert ed to havo stated that ho thought that Toshlno know moro than ho said. Thereupon Doyle Bolzcd him by tho arm nnd thook him and Kinney told him that ho would bo sent back to Jail If ho did not tell what ho knew. Thu affidavit that Toshlno signed Is claimed by the answer to havo been signed by him without knowing that lie was making a awor nstntement or what wns In It as ho cannot rend Kng llth. 1 CIVILIANS MAKE. (Continued from ?aze 1) put thirty men to work this morn Ing, nnd turned away about twelvo or fourteen. They nro nearly all Ilawallans and some Portuguese, Tonight tho first section of tho heavy asphalt work will be complet ed on Km in a streot und will bo thrown open to henv ytrafllc. Mr. Wilson sa)B the new asphalt is n grcnt siu cess, nnd as soon as com plelwl ran be uied, whereas the oth- ci had to dry out nnd harden for two weeks or more, somotlmes a I month, before It would stand heavy traGlc, Bulletin Businest Office Phone 250 Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189 ATTENTION! Fort St 2B.R..J) 8.00.Waialae Road 2B.R. Rose and Middle Sts3B.R.. 18.00,1245 Lunalilo St....3B.R 1068 Xaili Ave. . 3B.R. 1800 Union Lane and Garden , 3B.R. 20.00 21.00 2200 25.00 27.00 Pawaa Jct. Alex, and KingSts 2B.R., Kaimuki, Serenth Av2B.R. , Waikiki (Camp Mc Kinley) 4B.R., Magazine and Spences Sti 2B.R.. FOR Beautiful Bungalow in Hakiki District; 7 rooms; 2 bed rooms; porcelain modern plumbing; bath, sink, toilet, basin, etc; gas for cook ing; mosquito proof. Lot 50x90 feet. Rent every month for $25.00. - ff JtPIG J5UO rpip HTpcf f isissssasiswssVMSiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWkisBisisissssssssi The Best is Where the Crowd Goes and that's the ALEXANDER Y0UNO Open I from 6 a. in. 'to 11:30 p.m. A Wireless Message Are you sending one today! VINEYARD ST: GANG STEAL CUCOAMUTS Depredations of tho Vlnc.vard St. No. 2 Camp gang are again to tho fore, and this time It is for stealing It will be remembered thnt last week Charlie. Dllllngworth put up a most strenuous defense on the lines certain members, of tho gang were accused of gambling and restraining Leal In tho execution of his duty. I.nto on Saturday evening sovernl bo) wero detected by Officer Abrcu In the act of stealing coconnuts on Vineyard street, but immediately lu" R'" "'" u",,:Br rtureu, wu" 'successful In arresting ono. and nos- Blulr tho wor8t nf ,ho BnnB who U :nt l)rcsent traveling under tho name nf Phnrlln Khnlrlnn Tndnv .Inn T.nl Today Joo Leal was successful In effecting tho arrest of John Kahoc, and by this evening he Is in hopes of landing tho other three. 185 adltorlil rooms 25G busl nets office. Thi ire the Ultprint ...!. 4k B,. !, .M. ........c. w ... in, BH'ipiin mi.cr- uaie Waterhouse Trust REAL .monir, our "For Salea" we have opportunities for the small in vestor as well as the one of large means. By woy of example, we have a $1,200 property consisting of two (2) flve-room cottages" in a locality readily rented. We can sell this as an investment or tell the houses singly for homes. KAALAWAI BEACH. An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Road to.ljcach, with 100 foot frontage on beach. Price $3,500. ' r ' J t We have for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x80, Waianuenue Street, Hilo. Size of building 20x36. Best business location in Hilo. FOE Property at Pearl Citv, near Depot. Tantalus home for one year term, Waterhouse Trust '4 Cor, Fort and YE RENTERS 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 40.00 lo.oo Manoa Valley Bates St ...3B.R., ...2B.R. Elsie Ave and Young St , 4B.R., 1288 Beretania St..'.8B.R, ., FURNISHED. 1257XinauSt SB.R., $55.00 1428 Alexander St..3B.R.. 1475 Thunton Ave..4B.R.. 60.00 60.00 SALE mgm vaj XjeELST J, PUIS Trent Trust Co., Ltd. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. I Member Stock and Honolulu Bond Ex- change'. and sell we Duy Stocks and Bonds. We have money to loan on listed sugar stocks. Bishop Trusc Co., Ltd. BethelSt. Honolulu Bank . of. Hawaii, " Limited. Capital and Surplus $1,000,000 NAHROWJSCAPE On Saturday last there wns n mar vcIohs cscnpo from Instant death l) a party of three Chlneso who wero (Journc)lng to WUImannlo with a cart load of vegetables Tho Chlneso had a two-horse ve hicle, and when about half way up tho Pali ono horso took fright and tho team dashed against tho rail ings. Tho fenco was broken nnd one horse, getting free from tho har ness, dropped over the bluff. Ono of the Chlneso also fell, hut fortu ""'P1 escaped without serious In JUry. Tho other two Chlneso Jump ' cd clear of the wreck and wero un- .! r.1 Injured. Tho horse that went over tho pall was instantly killed, but the one that remained on tho road was only slightly scratched. Alexander Hume Ford writes that ho teaves? tNcw York this month'' for I ,,.. -I. '(...' .. v . i iiunuu, uy way oi ciirupo anu Anil. ESTATE LEASE. " Merchant Streets. POLICE COURT I sss HASJBUSY TIME Large Number of Y.buhg Gamblers Av rested And Fined 'I After tho nuitliv which existed hi the Police Court last week, this morn ing's calendar looked as thotlgh an epidemic of crime had broken .out) In tho city, no fewer than Uhlrtv. ono cases appearing on tho roll. Of theso tho majority consisted of gambling charges, tho police bi caking in sev eral crop bunches throughout tho city. worm nn nazer, Kawolo, Kalorpa hula nnd Kapulnni, Young Kwal Chas Kahalln, Ah Sam, llona,. Chin nil pleaded guilty to charges of shooting craps nnd were each fined 19 and routs. Hong Ing forfeited his ball and C, S. Kino and Thos , Malkul, were re manded to the Juvt-nllo Court on sim ilar charges, Kaneta, a Jnnpneso, was fined $25 and costs for driving an nutomobllo without a license. , IIIh only defense was that l.o Jiad ..made application foi a llccnso but bed not vol received same. f t , l.nu Choy was fined $15 and costs for an assault on Mrs. Amo)'. For riding n blcvclo without,, -a light, S, Sumlda, a Jnpancso, was fined $5 and costs. ' - . . Joo Haposn and Keawo were each fined $3 and costs for drunkenness. Moses Kahalo and loano Pookela were each fined $4 and costs and Thos. Kott, Shlmlzu ami Minora forfeited ball of $6 on similar charges. ' ( Other cvscs of a minor naturo worn continued till tomorrow. ,t$ttttittstnnnnnnnst a B a a n RECREATIONS ttttttuuttrtuattttttaKrititt THE OEM. Tint talking pictures aro flilJIng fivor with Honolulu audlencvh Is vhnwn nnd proved hy tho exceptional 1 largo nmlkncta which aro stream ing In and out of the Gem Theater Mncc the Inception of that marvcloux Artophone. Tho program, whelhlwlll h" changed cntlrel) this ovcnlng, con tains such gems as: The well known qunrtet from Verdi's charming operv Illgolctto": tho VllJa song rwllli churn from the "Merry', Widow") tho peasants' march from the ntwra )Tho jony l'.irnior, ami last nut tiot'icast, Lnnrtnn't latest hit son;;. ''IIojh land Olrls," rendered bv Illlly Wlllhimi. This is nn exceptionally strong' nnd pleasing pitigrom nnd Ono that lovers of good mutdc cannot well nfford to miss. PARK THEATER. The leiJliiK film at tho Park tonight Is ColonlM Vlrglnli. nn cducatloiiil Kiibjoct showing Icirtlhg events In tho founding vt old Jamestown. Tho S?iv pentlno d.uico shown bomo time ago, will be repeated by request. This by man) Is tousldeieJ tho prettiest film ever shown hero. Mr James Carlisle a vaudeville artist of some note,, will Introduce, mimical specialties and a few good stories Tho UBiial good songs nnd native orchestra. No In creano I upilccs ORPHEUM. Tho Orphcum gives nn entire chnngo of bill tonight. Chop fluey the clover skit that tickled over thrco thousand people tho lattor part ofdast week, will give woy to another equally as funny. There will bo new songs, dances and choruses, in addition to four reels of now pictures, each and every ono a fcaturo film. Ordor your soatB in ndvanco ami secure good ' ones. For a moderato prlco show this Is tho best over seen in Honolulu BAND CONCERT. There will bo a public moonlight and concert this evening at 7:30 at Kmma Square. Kolovvlng Is tho program: V PART I. March Aalo ..,,., ..Dcrgcr Overture Lodolska (now) ...... Chcrablni Intermezzo Klzz (now) . ..yisham Hemlnlsccnccs of Ilosslnl. . . .Godfrey PART IF. Vocal Hawaiian Bongs Mr. by Ilcrger Selection The Gold Mlno. .Williams Waltz Tho Morry Widow. . . .Lehar Klnalo-7-Llo Kamalll , -, .fiercer Tho Star Spangled Ilanner. . MT- BULLETIN ADS PAY REMNANTS i COTTONS, LINENS, etc. on sale , Monday, Aug. 2nd And following days till all are Sold, See our windows, 22X1X4 j2RS r ' r J Wisdom May be credited to the dealer who showa a disposition to buy what his customers want. Segal Pumps are what the women are asking for. Every thade and site to fit all.' Made 'of the ttntsf materials. Pat. Kins; Colt Beam less Pump. The Lindsev Pump is the season's latest hit. tan, Black, Blue, fink, Grey. Green, Lavender, White Champagne, Kid, White Satin. Price $4.00. Regal Shoe Store, McCandless Bldg. Cor. King ano Bethel Sts. 1118 IHHjq Theo. H. Dayies fc Co., Ltd.. ' Hardware Department. , FREIGHT HAULING Honolulu Construction' fc Draying Co t i Office Fort Street. 0pp. W. ROBERTS SAVED LIVES r (!F THREE JAPANESE WAIMJKU. Maul, (July 31. last Sunday about 4 o'clock tlueo Jap- nnevo r.ipslzo I t hoi r llttlo boat lu tho channel. Captain Itobcrts, whoso manly form-oftcn iidornslhe water front, seeing thp mon stiug Rllng to refh tholr boat and at the same time being carried farther nwn') by n strong current, Jumped in his ci nop, which is uhvujs ready foi saving., llfo. proporty nnd clearing the'cliannel-of sharks, etc, and In twenty minutes or so had tho Japan ese In his good boat. One of tho men wns bctomlng unconscious, hnving too much of the Pacific In his stom ach. Captain Iloberts poured thfs water back into the ocean by hold- j Ing tho man up by tho heels. Ilclng power i hi nnu nn excellent swim mer, tho heroic captain has perform ed many similar deeds during tho last few vcars, Kven when a boy he was noted for making big hauls of flBh nnd lassoing sharks. It Is said that he can sec a school of fish a mile from shoro nnd glvo tho num- ,ber and nnmo Maul News. Tho following nra registered at tho Young: John Hind of Kohala; Mrs John Watt, of Olna, Hawaii, accom. panlod by her sons; Mosul h. Uluott. J. K. Oniinon. H. R, Elgin and C. D. Hofgaard. Iitn of Ilonoltnn plantation storo, who ciiinu In on tho Maitna Kca. m s The Conklin Self-Filling Fountain . Pen Drinks Ink like a camel. Buy one at WICHMAN'S We carry all styles and sizes- ?250 upwards. II. F. Wichman & Co. ItMITED, 'lEADINfi'jEWEEEB8." ' m ,i i The n Refrigerator Easiest to. clean. No trouble with doors. Uses leifst ice.. We get the bulk of this-work he cause of onr superior facilities for handling! it and our reasonable prices. We do all kinds of hauling;, however, and are looking for more Vbnsiness. t J G. Irwin & Co. Phone'281. i " I FIRST? SiTAOL OF .TRIAL PAU Prosecuti n RUs Its . .Ca e ard Negoro Takes S.and , The conspiracy trial today entered Into ills third ,woek und Its tenth day of actual proceedings., Tho prosecution Inaugurated tho week by resting Its caso ut 10:30 this morning, and Llghtfoot, for the de fense, put Negoro ou tho stand as .he first witness, Tho pyrotechnics began ut onco. Shcba was put on the Btand again early this morning, by tho prosecu tion and more articles from the JIJI offered In evidence. Their tcnuru was about tho sama us thoso which havo gone before, advising tho "extermination" of, sundry sycoph ants who" wero named with all their titles and a few Invented hy .Iho HlghcrWngo sspclatlun.rLlght foot cntcicd tho samo7 objection as beforo and the safrio 'overrflllng wjs mudc. Tlio" next witness "for tho prosecu tion was Bhlmldtu, for manypears Interpreter at Walpahu, bu who naked -for an (Interpreter whllo giv ing his testimony. -v He testified to having; left tho plantation at tho last moment for fear of being ostracised after hear ing remarks ofUhe leaders of tho Honolulu 'Higher "Wngo Association aW to his ultlmato disposal. Prof. Donning was then put on and "more ,nrt(ces entered, This com pleted the prosecution's case. Negoro was put on tho stand Im mediately afterwards. During tho course of his .testimony ho stated that ul though Shoba belonged to tho opposition, ho udmlrcd his couraga rind tho manner In which ho had stuck by his convictions when ho wns all ulono In tho world. After throwing (his boquot Negoro lapsed Into sllonco as far as Important tes timony went. ( Ho stated, however, that tho cir cular that had; called, tho meeting' at tho Asahl Theater, so long dlsulbsed at tho opening ,of tho trlul, hnd been drawn up by, TnBaka uud 'sent 6ut unsigned. - ' CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. rha Kind Yon Have Always BongH Ag.iauiro of CGt7jif Eddy &, .iMdHHmtiaa 1 &,!M.M,t .J, .a.irt'-fc-K ..,..