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Sidel:ghts on Big Politics Giv-
en in Letter from M. C.
i By M. C PACHECO.
4 A. M. (Daylight).
CHICAGO. 111., Junc 22. 1912. This
has been an exciting lav It . has -IWt-n
excitement, rush, alarm, pandemonium
and pleasure. -Mr. . Efflnger and my
self arrived in Chicago at 9. 15 this
morning, after v a ' tiresome journey
across imx States via the Southern Pa
cific. Mr. Waller went straight on
from Omaha, "Neb., to Baltimore, while
2tlr. Efflnger and myself decided to have
Pa look at the G. O. P, circus. In ses
sion since the 18th InsL ; And Mr. Ef
flnger and myself are now congratu
lating ourselves that we came on to
Chicago, for we have had the experi
ence of our lives here. The first thing
we did upon our arrival was to get into
a taxlcab and make a bee-line for a
good hotel. We went tothe Hotel La
SaHe, and were ' very agreeably sur
prised when we learned that Governor
Ftear and the rest of the Republican
bunch had rooms on the same floor
the, -tenth with us.
We were literally and figuratively
members of the "great unwashed," for
we had on us .three days and nights'
accumulation of alkali, dust and soot
of ( the States of California, Nevada,
Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa and; Illinois.
Headaches Are Unnecessary Why
' . Endure Them ?
TJo one endurei a headache willingly, but merely through a dislike to
take medicine, for fear It may be harmful.
J rid It Is vise to be careful about the medicine one takes, for health la
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For utcrlr twenty years millions of people hare been relying on
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they are made today from the same pure, simple Ingredients as at first; and
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Hawaiian Demorutle Delegates on their way From left to right, Gil-
I)ert J. Waller, M. I
Pacheco, John Efiingcr.
How the big' Chicago scrap looked to a Hawaiian Democrat is told in
terestingly by M. C4 Pacheco of the Star Bulletin mechanical department,
who is a; member ofj the Hawaiian delegation to the Bourbon conclave at
Baltimore. Pacheco,iih the following letter to the Star-Bulletin, gives, many
sidelights on Big Politics as he saw it in Chicago. He writes the members
of the Hawaii defegition say Taft carr not be elected.
assimilate in the coriing election. The
The day's excitement started as soon people: are tired : to death of boss rule
on the one hand ana, hesitate on the
other to encourage , the establishment
Of a Caesarism which would: destroy
the usef ulness of the constitution 'and
nullify the Declaration of Independ
ence.';';"". v . . ;.'';;;'"
The Big Show. .
Halving secured a ticket to visit the
as. we had washed up a bit. We heard
a band down .in the street',- and, look
ing down from the dizzy height of the
tenth story we saw the insurgent Cal
ifornia delegation parading on its way
to the . Coliseum, which ' is 'fourteen
blocks away from the La Salle. The
Johnson-Heney bunch have a band of
their own, and every man jack of them
wears a beaver .' hat and a frock coat.
They cut quite an Impressive figure,
We left our cards for the Hawaiian
Republican contingent and started
down to the lobby, where-1 separated
rom Efflnger, who went to see some
Spot Local Fecple.
Looking around among the many ately pound upon hfi
people in the lobby,;! saw John Wise ' enormous .gavel for o
the way Efflnger missed his pocket
book and immediately got excited. And
he had good reason for getting alarm
ed, for the pocketbook held about
eighty dollars In currency.". After sat
isfying himself that the pocketbook
was gone, we decided to go back to
the theater to see if . it. had dropped
out of his' pocket during the time we
sat there. When we got to the theater
r for Infants and Children
i; on't Poipon Baby.- -
COrXTY TEARS AGO almost every mother thought her chIM must hxf
' paregoric or laudanum to make it sleep, ThcsodrugTi will produce sIcct",1
and a f cat drops too' many will produce the sleep fro a which tlicro U
Do imkln;. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health haj
been ruined for life by rjaregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Ls a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either cf tha
narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody, without lobellr j th:m
"poison. The definition of narcotic is : "A ewdWns tehkh rtlitve paj.i
and produce tleep, but vhich in poisonoui doses produces stupor, coma, ecnm
sions and deaths The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops, "Cordials, "Soothicj Syrups,
etc. ' You should not permit any medicine to be givca to your children without
you or your physician know of what it is composed. . Castorla docs not ccn
.The - ylJ.JyMm cuarantccs ccnnlzD
signature of WuzfyA 4cJUU Castorla .
Physlcianc Recommend Cactorln.
, "Ibav freqiiently prescribed Caatoria for com
moo sHiaenU of cLUdreo wIU pxxl rcjulta. '-
W. A. CSAstsliL, M. D.
V.. -;- .;. DuCala, N. Y.
Is the father of thirteen chl'dren I certainly
know something a boot yoor great medicine and,
aside from my own family experience, I have, la
mf years of practice, found Castorla s popular and
ancient remedy ia almost every home." , ,
Wk. J. UcCxaxs, iL D., '
. - '. ' . Omaha, Neb.
I flndyonf Castorla Is tery benclcU ta L
treatment of cluldrva'a ailmea :. w
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t object to what are eaJled ratctt tsei'.c!;i3,1
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iuose la proper casoa. IJudeittj baa rtrj tcJ
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STATEMENT O F CO N Dl T 1 0 K JlJJSI e3t5. 1 9 O H A
5, - "Assets. ". . .
Cash on arlfind In 4an1c.:Utn,t:51
. Real estaje .7. . .."1 i5,?53.58
Stocks and other investments 51.5U0.30
Mortgages iectired b'real
estatq ..'. fji,
Loans, demand nnd tlme.:.- 4S7.022.20
Purnltiir4 and fiTtnrra
!ccrtied Interest receivable.
Capital?; ;V ift i
4ulwribed 'i?. J200,000.T)0
50 paid in..
r i,i;iMlity.x .H JOO',000.00
U n d i v ifl od . proli t s .........
Trust aYid agency accounts.
Other liabilities ... ........
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Territorj' of Hawaii, City and County of Honolulu s k
I, A; N. Campbell, Treasurer of the Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. " Ltd.,
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. . ' " ,
- ' . X CAMPBELL.
Subscribed and sworn to. before rhe this 1st day 'or July, 19;?. "
J NO. GUILD.
. Notary rublic, First Judicial Circuit.
.5278 July 2, 6. 13, 20; Aug 17, 24
llepublican convention, through, the it was already darkened, but upon ap-
courtesy of Mr. Homer, Mr. Efflnger pealing to someone in the office, the
and myself started for the Coliseum lights were turned on and we went up
early, in the afternoon. I obtained ad- to. the balcony to search for: Efflnger's
mission without difficulty, and was In wealth, and, miracle of miracles the
time to see Allen of Kansas address pocketbook was lying very snugly un-
the. convention. , Durfrig the course of der the f.eat. With effusive thanks to
Mr, Allen's address Ithere was - some the obliging attendants who had shown
lively cheering from the delegates and us the, way, we went out on Michigan
the galleries, but Root would Immedl- avenue to shout. our joy. But, lo!
table with an what's this big mob lining: the beau
er." Once a del-'.' tiful boulevard?' They are waiting for
and Albert Horner sitting ,sjde by egate got obstrepros . and "Root or- Teddy. Ther, insurgents are holding a
each" and looking rather gloomy. Judge dered a cop to sit on him: ; Mr." Fair- rump convention In : Orchestra Hall and
tance away. After exchanging alohas was received very coolly; byjthe" gal- ; any; minute. ; ; ' v
with the kamaalnas, we engaged in a leries. There was. a ripple iof laughter . Here Comes Teddy.
general political ; discussion of Mr. throughout the vast auditorium when. In a few. minutes cheering was heard
Taffs chances for the nomination and some fellow shouted lout , to the'1 Vice up the avenue, and it swept! towards
reelection, and both Mr. Horner and President something About buttermilk, us with tho coming of an automobile
Mrr Wie were of the opinion that Taft An elderly gentleraarf la little ahead; of i in which Tumbo the Lion Slayer fctood
has no earthly sh"bw at the polls In me shouted "What's jhe matter' with' up and very graciously waved his grajLi.
pypri 1 WUn ri.HunMit .Jri 1 .,1 Ml I ,.H ij . ii l' Tiui 1 w ilii cries Teit Hat. at. the, multitude -About .12
the ' way J the1' national" fJbmrriittee hd,. of -.VCut Jt ouU'.'v- There was absolutely o'clock '.'Teddy, the,.. Fearless . ajid ; his
a . . . . j ..'Hi'-.J. j'JliKtL - fl ' - ii. s m ,'.m . '. 1 : rv n. : j.T J tZ .4 ' a. a a ;.'
surrounding him and - guarding ; hint
jealously. The immense .crowd rushed
towards . the automobile with . Roose
velt's' party and vociferated'! for a
speech:" Roosevelt stood up In the ma
chine j a nd waving his cowboy - ,hat,
commanded silence. W'hlle the restless
crowd quieted down Roosevelt's lips
twitched convulsively, exposing his fa
mous teeth. He then ' addressed the
multitude, commencing with ' these
words: "Friends and fellow citizens,, I
thank you for the reception you have
accorded me." He then -went on to
speak briefly of the principles he stands
for and made mention of the "tainted
trickery'' used by the Taft faction, con
cluding With these words: "We are In,
this fight to fight it to a finish."
In the crowd outside Orchestra Hall
I met Jack Atkinson and V. E. St.
Osorio of Hilo. KAHUNANUI.
rofcbedRoosavelt of he'con'te'sted' 'del-' ; .heen": cr.ushed-'i)yvhls:''bwni"steamv'iHer j plosion " In.Vfrpnt . t Teddy I tho
egItes.ii'4!:Thesfe ; eJrptessio'ns' of Taftst he ! is , dead- politicaH.J-J -The uhlnter- I tjat someone bad shot the hero of
poutloal' weakness aid 'strong-arm esting proceedings reoen ig but.it was .only a reporter
i methods Coincided . exactly with the.ex-, nen'es, . ana J came out and gave my ia nasnngnt picture;or Teddy and th
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K ! i 3 H. apretsions H ! heard "all 'the" way from ticket to Efflnger, ,whii was oirtsfde On
lL.t nT MaHfornia o.1hteairo.,!li !uUX " " sixteenth street watching a -uniort deni-
u;A Uu-T. D.,'lkli.iiii.'yl ! ' nnctrutlnn rt soverat tdnfisand' rnVn ' A i
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. E. A. Tracy, 70 years old, a Civil I While driving logs in the Kennebec
War veteran, was burned to death in liver three miles below Bingham, Me.,
N'orwich, N. Y.. while trying to rescue Everett Savage, 24, fell backward into
a woman. the water and was drowned.
wefy . willing to 'talk "on the political
situjntlon.rand ' they ' either said that If
nominated Taft did not have the ghost
of a chance, or that they would Ajote
for either one or the other. Ameri
cans, both Republicans and Democrats,
feel that both Taft and Roosevelt have
lowered the prestige and dignity of the
nation by their mutual recriminations,
vituperation and their appeals to the
prejudice and violent emotions of the
common rabble. Instead of appealing to
the judgment and Intellect of the
thinking classes. It is the misfortune
of the Republican party to- find Its
leadership In strong-arm methods,
one time, I thought there .t would he a
rot; between' the, parading union men
hd the. mounted police; but the cops
soon quelled the incipient disturbance
without bloodshed. -
Going back to my room at the hotel
I was visited by John Wise, young
Achi and Johnny Wilson, who is here
buying machinery for his Heeia belt
road contract. John Wise, Charles A.
Rice and "Doc" Monsarrat leave for
After supper Efflnger and myself
went to the Studebaker" Theater to see
Elsie James In "The, Slim Princess."
and this is where our Jreal adventures'
for the day started. After the show
trickery and knavery a combination we started for. the Wellington Hotel,
that AvilP be found vPry difficult to where Johnny Wilson is staying. On
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tuBumm am Cnxu.
SAYS FEW KNOW
Has Noted Much Stumbling in
Singing. of Star-Spangled
BOSTON Mass., J"une 15. Practical
patriotism, as shown by actually learn
ing the " national hymn, "The Star
words are more easily memorized. In
the second place, 'The Star Spangled
Banner' is not found in the. hymn
book, and I am sure if I wanted to
get a copy of the song, 1 would have
a very hard time finding one,
"People of other countries are well
trained In .their national hymns. For
Instance, English people are very de
monstrative when their national hymn,
God Save the King, is being aung.
In France and Italy the spirit Is Lbc
same, and even the most' Ignorant are
able to sing the national hymns. Am
ericans should be as familiar; with
their oyn patriotic music -
"School children should be obliged
to learn the fun significance of the
hymn. ' ':".;,- .
"It i discouraging to note in how
few homes are 'pictures of Geo.'ge
Washington and Martha Washington,
Few homes seem to have a flag. Wuy
this is so I do not know, except,' per
haps, that patriotism is not in vdue.
"Just .what I can do to help cause
general interest in the singing of the
'Star Spangled Banner I do not know,
for college girls are only a Email pro
portion of, the number who ate Un
familiar with it. ; : V' :
"As much as I reverence the !lag,
I doubt if I sang that song in chapel
without making mistakes. The rea-
son I did so was because I have nt
aaaaaiaaaaMaaaaaMaaMaaaaMaMaMaMaaaM. been where the SOng ha8 been SUQ..
t .i4 . . t . 1 That is one of the great difficulties;
she has written about It in the coxlege. it ig not sung often enough. Bands
paper. .. ; - I do not play it as frequently as tl'ey
She admits, however; Mhat "The ' should. The singer is rare- who has
Star Spangled Banner'" is difficult of it in her repertoire. This lack of po-
Child ron Cry for Flotchc r'c C a c t o rl
In Uoe Fo r Oyer 3 0 Yoaro.1
TMt StaTkU . Tt MUMT ataiCT, IW
AND PACKED Ifl A
1 y 1
C.Q.YEE HOP COMPAIIY
memorization. To a Boston Post re
porter she said: ;
"Only about one person in five hun
dred really knows the 'Star Spangled
Banner.' v : ...:v:'.' ;
"Here at Wellesley College when
pularity is due, I think, to the fact
that it has not a catchy air.
"Perhaps teachers might play an ac
tive part In awakening the interest
of thevchjldren. ; Auout the only way
one can bring it to the attention of
Spangled Banner," has been advocate J J stumbled over the words
we sang this national hymn in chapel older persons is by publishing it more
on Washington's Birthday, it was dis- often In pamphlets or In hymn books."
couragmg to nouce me way tue gms a a e
in no uncertain terms by Miss Kath-
erine K. Davis, of the
class at Wellesley.
Miss Davis, whose home is in St.
Joseph, Mo., has been so much im
pressed by the need of greater fami
liarity with the national hymn that
In one way folk cannot be blamed
sophomore ,for not memorizing 'The" Star Span
gled. Banner. The music is so dim
cult that the words slip from one's
mind;. In the : first place, I think J
'America' should be recognize'd as the
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