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Uttr'' 10 ili J' V '-,-" IIVI'N'INO I1ULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1909. '
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i &SSS&i IN PUBLIC VIEW JAPAN DECREASING.
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i. JrIsPkWalik m-Vl lsiaaiiil a.1 Outrage at Chicago college may Government Records Show Few Ori-
i,1''- r-!X&tS pyVl llLIMiA Can,e Abolition of Class Rushes entals Landing in the United
&, fftlllt CM If WmSfwkCSWt iiHPPW Anti-Rating Causes Strike in Stateir-Pacifio Coast Has Noth-
! licMSinaffJvlViM fHJLVFr- University of Maine. ing to Fear.
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an antiseptic tonic for the gums and mouth. It removes the harmful acids and permeates
and invigorates the membrane of the mouth, its effect lasting for hours after use. The
liquid, at night, the powder or paste in the morning, wilHoon remove all such tartarous
adhesions and leave the teeth clean and white, imparting a refreshing feeling to tho
mouth. Sozodont in three forms: liquid powder paste.
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Itobuit Hacon, ax-Soiii-tary of S ale, whii Is now In Kn,glnii(l, inatti
tnli!3 Billot bIIoiicu will le.trd In tji0 repoj-t that ho Is to succeed lien
ly Wlilt,u 113 Ameikln Anilussndo, In Pmnro. It 1b tiiidentiui!, Iitiw"
ter, Hint iiflcr 11 lah to Scotland Mr. Il.ii on will go to I'nrls to con
ilmlH uimiiKcmcntB for tho tukltiR o,or of the lejldencc now oicupled
by Mr. Whlto.iiid tliitt litf" expects t mine In on January 1. Setli Low,
fofmci major of Now York City, albo la sllcut upon tho jiorststcnt anil
iippuiently wgll-foumled iiimor that ho Is to succeed Whltelnw Hold at
tho court of 81 Junioa it la Known that President Tnfthns hcen look
ing for a good unn .for the post over bIiicu Dr. llllot declined to nccept
it. it 'is generally believed In Washington thnt Mr. Low will accept
nnd thutjlfo will Walt the I'tr-sldeni at IJoveily soon to discuss tho inat
Tied to a Ilea by lobbers, unem-
-Idiiyo of the luginm-Diy Lumlior
Cumpniij Buffeted tortuic3 for tlueg
Ways near Nugent, Miss, ills mouth
"wis i Bluffed with paper nnd lags and
f1) he 'was without fQod. whllo nii)sul-
tee were iui lining mm,
.;. ' ,
J Miuiy bogus rmrtn r notes found . Oig.iiilzntlon of u surioidinatc di-
Jjy fcvcrctjservlce ofllclals me said to iMnii of the Comniuielnl Telegiaph
''huve. been made in Itnly, and 'blink em' I'nlou for wireless operators Is
'. li.iuil'Unicnill.ll'Inu nrojdnmod for pmposed bj S J. KnneiiUaiup, piesl
l tliciii.;;T- dent of thu C. T. U.
If you like it sweet, well-flavored and light
If you like it fine in texture, without a hard crust, use
Eccausc it contains such a high percentage of buttenfat (8V2 per
cent), Carnation Milk will make voir baking wholesome and nutritious,
with a rich, nutty flavor, such as you taste in ordinary bread once in a
'- A Baker told us he had been using it in his baking for a month, and
there had been a very perceptible increase in the volume of his businss
during that time. . , I I 1
' Use Carnation Milk for baking Bread, Doughnuts, Bolls, Cookies '
and all kinds of Cakes. They'll be dzlicious. ,, 1 '.,:J
f I'ROBABIE NEW AMBASSADORS.
i Tho postal iiuthorltles of Hneland
paid n high compliment to the stamn
collector of tho world when they
provided a special camelling Btamp
for use In Manihesler on tho thrco
dijs of the stamp exposition in that
BEET BLIGHT IS
IIErtKELKY. Sept. 21. What Is
the sugar beet blight? Is it anlmnl,
cKetnblc oi mineral? This Is tho
question on which the scientists of
the Mirloua departments of tho unt
erslty aro working, so far without
success. Tho various depurtmi nts
lime e.nh endeavored to discover tho
elements of" tho beet bllghjt, und one
by oiio tho problem has passed on to
it wilt bring fume nnd fortuno to
the discoverer of tho elements of tho
blight nnd its prevention, and these
Incentives hnvo proved attractive for
a number of research graduate stud
ents working under tho direction of
Prof. Charles W. Woodworth, head
of tho departmcnUof entoihplogy.
Sugnr beet culture Is onfi of the
laigo Industries of the state, and
tho blight 801HO j ears threatens to
ruin the crop. It Is generally only
discovered when tho crop Is to ha
harvested, and takes the form of
black rings which encircle tho veg
ctnblc, rendering tho fiber stringy
nnd lough nnd reducing the propor
tion of sugar in the beet.
The blight, although it abounds
lu Oxniiid, whore nro located the
ni ot t oxtcnslvo fields of sugar beets,
Is found In nil sections of tho stnte,
nnd It'ls not unique In any single ol
When tho blight was flist discov
ered the chemists thought that it of
feied an opportunity for research
work In that deimrtment. They
Foon gave up the pioblem when the!
blight failed to answer to arlousl
chemicals tried on It.
Then the bacteriologists took a'
hnnd at solving tho scientific riddle,
but not n 'trace of a single bacteria
was found. Then the phjslologistsl
turned to the blight. Their work
wus ns fruitless ns that of their pie
decessors, and now Piuf, Womlwinth
bus assigned the blight to ntneial of
his graduate students for solution.
"I don't bellove that the blight
(nines under the department of en
toiuoloKJ," declined I'uif, Wood
urn III when the students stinted In
wik, "hut that Ih for )ou to dis
co ci ,"
.COLOIIADO SPRINGS, Sept. 18.
Indignant at the climax of the an
nunl clnu rush between the fresh
men and sophomort! classed at tho
Colorado college, when n freshman
wns stripped of his clothing piece at
a time In full view of hundreds of
spectators estorday, Mrs.'E. C. God
dard, social leader and president of
the county humane society, declares
that she will tako steps to see that
class rushes are abolished,
Ycstorday's Incident was the cul
mination of a series of amazing tun
ings. Thursday night two freshmen
were bound hand nnd foot, gagged
ami left l)tng In a barn all night.
The next morning they wero
stripped of their clothing and car
ried a mile- to n creek and ducked.
The same night the president of the
freshmen .class was left bound nnd
gagged In North Cheyenne can) on
Anti-Haiing Causes Strike.
OllONO, Me., Sept. 18. Ufctwecu
BOO nnd 600 students of both sexes,
comprising the three upper classes
of (lie ynl entity of Maine, wont on
strlko yesterday against the now
nntl-hnzlng regulations. Recitations
were suspended pending tho result
uf a conference between the students
and tho faculty.
When tho term opened each stud
ent was handed a card to sign con
taining a pledge against hazing.
Tho upper clnssmcn refused to sign,
even tho girls revolting.
Tho faculty having decided, that
no student might enter the college
wli did not sign the pledge, a scrt
oub situation presented Itself.,
Near Death From Hazing.
TOLEDO, Ohio, Sept. 18. Harry
Kirk, n freshman In trio Coshocton
High School, Is near dca'tli with a
fracture of the skull sustained In an
effort to savo his hair from being
clipped by sophomhre hnzcrs.s In
running away from tho hazers Kirk
fell Into an open ccllarway, striking
the basement floor on hlB head.
Surgeons removed part of his skull.
Father Richard Bell of Santa CUra
College Reported to Have Per
k Santa Clara,kSopt, 18. That Kalhcr
Richard Hell of Santa Clara collego
has, after nocrat years of experiment
ing, perfected the "tuning" process In
wireless talcgraphy and thereby mado
Iho most Important strldo In (his !-!
enc,o since Marconi conquered the
Hcrtzlnn waves. Is lh,o common rumor
going the rounds of this community.
Whllono definite statement regarding
tho dlscoverey is-forthcoming tho rum
or will not be stilled.
Knther Hell has (looted himself to
wireless research for tho last 11 years
and he uus among tho first scientists
to prove that wireless telegraphy could
bo delmniHtrateil in a practical man
ner and that It had pissed out of the
realms of dreams. Tho great draw
back and handicap to wireless teleg
raphy, under oxlstlng circumstances.
is mo hick or a sulnclontly perfected
"tuning process, tho absence of which
makes all nipssaccs common In nil In.
Ktrumrnts within reach. Father Hell,
llko ccores ofolhor (.dentists, bus
worked toward lhet perfection of 'tho
"tuning" process, and It Is now said
that lie has dlscocrcd n means where
by mcAmgrs sent by ono Instrument
will bo received solely by thoso tuned
tit tho name pitch. If this is so he will
bo hnled as ono of tho most eminent
Inventors of Iho day. "
LITTLE TIN. CAN
UPSETS IflCE PLAN.
(Continued iron Pace' 1 J
Chliiiiman went right through tho win
dow, taking tho twenty-foot jump to
Iho ground without a moment's hesi
tation, Ills pursuers wero less willing
to risk their neck with nuch n small
murgln for escape from Injuries and
turning, tumbled down the stulrs lu-
The fleeing man wns lajlng a
straight eourre for the cano fields with
(ill sail spread and.Apann and l.ml
ttartcd after him. A pan a was almost
on top of tho man. leading his chief
by a few fc.'t and bad Just reached
out his hdiid to grasp his man when
(he llttlo tin call entered tho scene and
Aram made a graceful exit from tho
pursuit, Leal, so clo'so behind him,
took u lieudi't ovor him amllio escap
ing ColuMlal stuck his hands over his
head und dove Into the cane am free
dom. llou the man got lo Maul In tho first
place Is nut known but Lenl has made
Mire of him evenliinlfy where little tin
cjms ire not so haudv. Ills nriest li
evpecled (.liorlly row.tlut the pollen
h)e a line rn Mm,
1 JSTn eJitorlil rooms 250 bull
net office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
WA8!IINaTON, Sept. 18. Tho
United States government has 'mado
good" with the Pacific const gener
ally nnd California In particular In
the matter of Japanese Immigration.
When n jear or two ago the people
of the Pacific slope, notably San
Francisco, grew restless over tho
Japanese question and uneasy over
the pronounced and Increasing Im
migration from the yellow Islands,
they voiced a strong protest to the.
authorities at Washington,
The govornment promised 'to Bee
thnt such provision was mado as
would bo satisfactory. Andlts of-,
clals went to work to bring nbou'
such an arrangement as would suit
the citizens beyond the Sierras.
Thbre wero negotiations and counter
negotiations, proposals and counter
proposals between tho cxccutlvo de
partments of the two nations, with
tho result that an arrangement was
finally struck upon satisfactory to
Under tho agreement reached no
passiKirts wero to be Issued to Japan
ese' laborers, skilled or unskilled, ex
ce)t to settled agriculturalists, to
those having a previous domicile In
tho United States or tho Immediate
blood kin of thoso having such domi
cile. It wns alsoy understood that
American consuls In Japanese ports
should guard closely against the is
suance of passports lo any Japanese
liable td become a laborer after ar
rival In American territory.
Tho favorablo results of this
agreement arc evidenced by tho lat
est reports Just received from tho
department of commerce. nnd labor.
Tho immigration from the Japanese
Islands has decreased more than 500
per cent since the agrtment wns en
tered Into between the two govern
ments. While 10,536 Japanese wero
admitted Into the continental Unit
ed Slates and 10,016 Into the Ha
waiian Islands during the twelve
months ending April 30, 1908, only
3,074 were admitted to Uncle Sam'a
mainland and 2,263 to the flawallan
Islands during the yenr ending
April 30, 1909.
Furthermore, the records of tho
Immigration bureau show that dur
ing the jear ending April 30, 1909,
tho Japanese population In the con
tinental United States had during
hat period decreased by 1,853. Dur
ing the month of April, 1909, the
latest period for which statistics are
available, 242 Japanese were ad
mitted to the mainland and' 42 to
Hawaii, a failing off of more thnn
300 per cent from the record of two
year ago. ltutpvon these arrivals
wero more than offset by the depart
ures of resident Japanese for their
former homes. From tho United
States thcro sailedfor Japan during
that month 253; from tho Hawaiian
jt can thus bo seen that Uncle
Sam Is clearing away any cloud of
dangre duo to an inllux of Japanese
"It Is also to bo noted," said link
er, chief of tho bureau of far east
ern affairs, "that thosejnpancso who
ure.Ocnvlng for their homes aro of
the unskilled labor class, while,
from our records, we find that those
now coming to this cquntry aro of
tho highest type; loung men of
.wealth and position, coming to ob
tain an education at our universi
ties, students of engineering, wfto
wish to study our national improve
ments, and men of means, who come
to ongngq In business. Tho Pnflflc
coast has nothing to fear from Jap
anese Immigration h'orcaftor."
Tom "Did you come In contact wth
aqy stngo robbers during yodr travels
through tho far west?"
Jack "Only onco. During my stay
In Denver I Invited a couple of chorus
girls to dlno with mo.""
"Tlio man who wins." remarked thn
morallzer "la credited with having
rnfnulfrht " v
, "Ycb," rejoined tho demoralizer, "and
llyj man who loses Is given a chanco
tb (jcvolop his hindsight."
' T.he Hoard of License Commission
ers for tho City and County of Ho
nolulu will hold a meeting at tlje
Executive)' Ilulldtng on yedneuday,
November 10th, 1909, at 4 i in, to
consider the application of the Toyo
Sake Hrewlng Co., Ltd., for a flfth
class liquor license to'sell Intoxicat
ing liquors afkallhl, Honolulu, un
der the pinvislons of Act 'll 9, 'Session
Luws of 1907. , '
All protests or objections ngainst
the Issuanco of n license under snbl
apiillcatlon should be filed with the
seeretnr) of the Hoard 'nut later thnn
the time act for said healing,.
CAIILOS A. I.ONO,
Seeielnry Hoard of License '
41111 Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28.
fieeken of excellent
'-full of novel conceits from
Our ads cannot bet;in to describe oil of our many nov
elties, but they aid us in calling many 'interesting items to
your attention. , . .
We have been anointed sole agents for the Hall-Borchert
which we will sell at New
A few novelties in
including the "Folding" ones which pack into your suit
case, for ladies' and gents. '.
DIRECTOIRE UMBRELLAS, very nobby for ladies.
Then some with an extra leather handle, to slip over
your wrist, so yon cannot misolace. them.
A most beautiful line of
in Crepe and Silks, many'oPthese are most exclusive in
design and' style, of which we have only one of each.
NEW SKIRTS, 'NEW LINGERIES, NEW RAIN COATS.
i i s
Let 'us' show you. 250
' kinds of n iron beds at
specially reduced prices.
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
Complete outfits for the amateur or - professional.
Films, plates and supplies of all kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing and printing a specialty.
Photo Supply Co.,
J t A". -I Ll
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort Stf . .Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
merchandise will find our store
the world of fashion.
York price of $15.00 plus
Fort, below Hotel.
Qe' our "K""8 rr Ruling freight.
Also for steam rolling and plowing.
S. E. LUCAS,
Misonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
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