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Itcatitif ul in uu exiMTience that exteiuhnl fniii
the famous lauty HKts of the Atlantic Coast
to Naples and other noted resorts. lie did not
win t he nn: hut he was t'ohiix'iisufcil hv a trip
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UP TO THE HOUSE
William Koriineiv lriler, was not ousted
from the I'nitetl States stniite last Saturday as
the result of M'liate investigation.
The vote in the senate declaring Lorimer not
entitled to a seat was a vote upon rejMrt of the
iiivestipitiii committee, it is true. Hut back
of the committee's reiort there wen the sordid
facts of bribery ami corruption uncovered
through the initiative and the effort of the ( "hi
cao Tribune. I f ever there was a victory U r
clean and aressive journalism rightly direct
ed, that victory was in the senate last Saturday.
More than two years ago the notorious Illi
nois legislative ''jackpot", a slush fund for the
corruption, of the legislature, was stripped of
its coverings by the Tribune. .
o complete was the Tribune's case, so over
whelming the proof of corruption it thundered
forth day by day, that the senate investigations
since have added but little. On the other hand,
not an essential charge made by this newspaper
has been disproved. '
To the cmlit of journalism be it said that
most of the other Chicago papers- have joined in
FOR YEAR TOTALS
Decrease in Quantity Is Partly
Made Up by Higher
i '-; - : 'Mwr-y
F Ho(seveIts determination to carry forwanl
he yih(LKrJy" movement makes it very pos
sible indeed thft the selection of the next prcsj
dent may devoid- upon the national house of
Suppose that Tiftj!Wolrov Wilson aud the
nuuime of the tlnj!" party convention all got
' " - k y till VA J m. ma as v l JIIIIJU1
ilj the constitutional provision throwing the
elect ion into the would become operative.
. ... J 1 i'ii i 'j. , j l Illr lliZIl l ill! 1 1 UvJIRTl Illilrvt; IL I III; 11 IM II. JJUIltll
here is the I r' miv of intei-estin"" )oss'b'l t' s a"tT-mon"-w"lC:-"9''111 Lorimei- by
,' . -ln!i'1 li i- i 7 , rS' M 1 l'i politics or business interests refused to go to
Hepublican nni Deinwratic parties in the
House, each Having twenty-two votes. .
Tlie I5ostJ' Herald, commenting, on the sit
Tkre are twenty-two states in the
Hoye having a Democratic majority
among their representatives, and twenty
two with a Hepublican majority, and four'
states in which the repisentation of the
two parties is equal. And to the present
House the task would fall; not to the one
to be electwl in NovemlMT.- Here is the list :
"Democratic Alabama, Arizona, Ar
kansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia. In
diana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland.
Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey N w
York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma,
Houth Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Viruinia,
AVcst Virginia 22 ;
"Hepublican California. Connect lent,
Delaware, Maho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mou- "
tana, Nevada, New Haiupsliire Nmth Da
kota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South I )ako(
Utah, Vermont, Washington. AVisronsin,
Wyoming 2'2. . '
Tiel- 3Iaine, Nebraska New M-'wIeo,
uThe twelfth .nnendment to the consti
tution, whi )t now governs ibis"" subject,
provides that if n candjdatc rt-c ives a nui
jority in 1 lie. electoral college, the Ho:is(k
of Hepn seutfives slill choose iiirniliate
ly by 1 ml h t, Uie Presid enfj ' In: t i u ch os i ug
the President -: he. Vote shall be taken' bv
states- tiit v repneniati)n 'fru!!i eaclj state
'II i.; .prejuatnif to di us tlie chances
iK' vel t a nd Tafi as candidates
cYi'iU tf a i via ngula i- contest. Much
t dtp: mJ on tin nnn in which the
R. D. MEAD Forty-five Russians
more on the Shinyo? I don't see
where the plantations can take tbera. I
A. FRANK COOKE The old mots- f
stone fences on Uhue plantation make
a feature very pleasing to a Kaimuki
man. . ..
J. CUYT6x NICHOI of the Thil
ipiines Manila was mighty hot when
I left, and I won't mind the New York
the Democratic nomination for sheriff
ia.gojnK to be the hottest in the Oahu j
convention this fall.
CAPT. FREEMAN ( boss stevedore) ! Hawaii's coffee crop year closed on
If you are in doubt as to when Ves- June 15, and the quantity of the old
sels are due, ask me. I am the per-1 crop shipped since that date has been
ambulating shipping schedule. inconsequent lar. icrobably the new
E. H. PARIS tThere will be a meet-' crop will begin coming in by the next
Ing shortly of the ceneral committee ' steamer from Kona,
to consider the report of the subcom-! For the year ended June 15, 1912
mittee on the romniercial buildinc- the exports of coffee amounted to 20.-
question. jf-31 hundred-pound bags, or about two
.'' ' ' ' . nu" . t .
utORGE A. DAVIS Spreckels has mimon nna ninety-three thousand
gone over to Wilson. That is where pounds, the Invoice value of which
the Progressives bolting the party of was 1337,726.
progress are going into the camp oli Tho l)rev,OUS 8ea80"is crop, which
the enemv was a little later, some'having been
GEORGE P. COOKE, . manager ?h,Pl,e(I in July, was 7.12S bags at
-American Sugar Co. We had a little f" .fnvofcu.; value of. $f7M97. Thus
rain on Mnlnkai last week, but it's a ine ' conee year just passed shows a
Pretty hard year for the ranch with ! Z J1 ;An
w i iV7 T monV tMno rr,,r voice value. . The decrease in value
happen in the Presidential race before WId haVe
?cnvmh fi,n ara:nmnu.1ba(' - the price been 4 he same last
-eml..l me thatl 9fh.:jW, ion
. T 4 rtT Vr- I the average invoice value was 12.83
.. v.xc rt u cents a poundwhile that for the sea
dark vesterdav mnrnine when thp. Kl-; i
.. - " i 7 t " Nun msi paai u was a iraciion apove
uu came in iroiu ivauai. uul captain i6 cents, or an advance of nearly 23
"icfeui uuc&t'u iicr su iicaw iiiai lue - per Cent
passengers ... did not Know sne was
alongside the wharf until told.
the bottom of the evidence offered, the press of
Chicago and other cities has called for the truth.
And the truth could Hot be controverted.
Lorimer' speech in his own defense last: week
teeiiKHl with attacks on the press. He said the
editors of the Chicago papers should be jailed.
How about the man whose paid agents held
gold before the eyes of poor country legislators
until they weakened and sold their vote? Is
jail toq good for him ? ; .j t . 7 .
Sometimes results arc long in coining. The
newsiapei-s' who fought against Lorimer often
saw the light going against them, and heard the
shirs of people who said, "Oh, that's just news
jiaj.rr talk V - -7y; ; '':.-,,
. P.nt i? was "newspaier talk" hy papers; that
j ivi)-v v.bi't Hev were talking about htliat him
sv vi ih tvenatr clean of a nauseous inember.
MISS IRMAV WODEllOUSE is re
ported to be III with pneumonia. She.
in at present in the MaluIanL hospijtal.
- J3R. WILLIAM OSMERS leaves by
"Thia year we are going to have a
bumper crop," said J. W. McChesney
on giving out the foregoing statistics
Saturday, "and it is goinc to be
early. I think it will be larger than
that of season before last, and prob-
aoiy the largest we have ever had."
Asked what was the reason for the
falling off last year, Mr. McChcsney
"It has always run heavy and light,
t ut why it should be so light have
heard several reasons given and am
. A H:iety lviaucr; of Stamford, Conn., says
tbiM one sign of the rapidly developing financial
j gen in.--, in women is that they are going through
tlieir hnslraiids pockets for loose change. It
ma v be remavked that one sign of rapidly devel
oping i jna ucial genius in men is that thejr are
not keeping their loose change in their pockets
auv more. ':'Yry '-7'rr::y:'. -
the Wilhelmina Wednesday for the not able to say Just what the cause
Coast. He expects to be- absent a 'was. High winds that blow the bios
month. "':-;C :.-
MISS DOROTHY JORDAN, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrsv-George Jordan, is
soms off may partly account for it
"This year the price will probably
rule about the same as last year, al-
snendine her vacation in Hil as the i though Just now they are a trifle
w ii i ... .
lower man at tne beginning or las
guest of Mrs. W. Weight.
. M RS.. S. N AG AI, wife of the Japan-
iso ponxi'il nornl ut San KVnnoJsr-n ' Is I' iauuiifi n.wcwiug IlBnL ttions.
.,c.; u, i from what I -can hear. I have no
a jmooviihri .111 uic cinuju ;uai u iu
Join her husband on- the Coast.
M ISS E. DAN BY and M iss M. Dean,
members of the Great Raymond Corn-
doubt we will have high prices for
years to come People are safe in
planting coffee for high prices. The
; consumption has been gradually over-
pany, were arrivals In the Japanese taking the production for some years,
liner' Shin'vo-.Maru this mornimr. i Thpro t nn nuontinn
W. S. AVISE of the Hllo District 1 striding production in Brazil. They
Court will make a-n extended tour j had to do it to finance that valoriza-
through the State of Washington, leav- J tion scheme.
.ing Wednesday on the Wilhelmina.
LIEUT. .COM DR. Z. E. BRIGGS of
Little Land Available.
'No, there is not much. land yet
Tlie New York Sun complains' that Baltimore
did hot rise to the occasion of its great conven
i ion: Probably what displeases the Sun is' that
Baltimore rose to the occasion far enough to
nominate Governor Wilsoni
p. o. i
Member nen 5.o ai'V Ur-jHrbliians had rcceiveil
resp?ctiv4 nominations..' While
. is iinli i n,tl!y stronger than
jfgreat IkmU tf Kepublicau states,
" Kooseveit says he really started the Lorimer
ousting by refusing to sit at the same table with
the Illinois' boss. Apparently the colonel's an-
J tipathy to bosses doesn't extend to those from
Pennsylvania. - i
The Kansas state board of health is now car
rying on experiments to determine what the
KUnsan should' be allowed to' eat. Nebraska
should have taken this question up sixteen
irimary balloting has shown, he
lac F l stnuor as the candidate of
; 7r5 faction. Experience previa the
i f in , ieople strikingly 'lingular' on
IIP vi ma i
57 K.lv flatten out.
i' i .
T 1110VMHllt. !1lllinST.
Contests which be-
viansular rarclv remain so.
warring iJejmblicaus at Chicago
iter jnake peace, since it is the can-
tth; the regular Republican label
' STOCK Iir(i rial -competitor 'in "Xo'-
, .M an aggressive and confident De-
Meiulicrs II 00
-TJfACHT RACE AS ADVERTISING,
: Impoiu : , , ,
t 'Ast attractions have been s1uut-
T Or gmit intrtesrin the volcano,
3M we n i. 'Sjinil : fft& is easilv recoir-
cht race the islands
that we have just received, byt HrHHlS developing.
loat from the Coast, a largo shic - acl,ts, from its
of the lst PANAMA HATS. , 'l; - . .
Special inspection fnvittd. to s;xw before 111111 SUCH
Crane of Chicago is not a Wilson man. He
is pimply out after revenge n Taft for that hu
miliating recall after Crane had started for
China as minister some years ago.
Oscar Ilammerstein, the famous iinpressario,
has insured a talking dog for 5(),(M)0, upsetting
the dictum that speech is silver but silence is
golden. T: : ' - b
The bull moose party will at least give a new
lease of life Ut hie cartoonists who have gone
stale on the donkey and the elephant.
The American athletes are carrying on" al
most everything except the stadium, and
Sweden has spiked that down.
Must Honolulu have another fatal auto acci
dent before the speeders are stopped?
Honolulu has no objection to the steam-roller,
but we want it on the streets.
(iood morning. Have you helped along the
and sea aud! Duke Kaluuiamoku fund .vet?
THE LEADING HAT CLEA ' ' ' . . ' .. : - :,'-'-"-;,
passenger In the Japanese liner Shinyo
Maru. He is en route to Los Angeles,
Cal on vacation.
; R. W. HILLS, a prominent coffee
and tea Importer, with headquarters at
San Franc isco is reurning from an
Oriental tour as a passenger In the
Japanese liner Shinyo Maru.
H. E. MAN WARRING, manager of
the Grand Hotel at Yokohama, Japan,
is a through passenger in the Shinyo
Maru, en route to the United States
on a business tour. He is accompanied
by Mrs. Manwarring.
: H. R-47ARKER and wife of Shang
hai, China, are traveling In the Shinyo
Maru, en , route to the United States
on vacation. Mr. Parker is associated
with a Shanghai life insurance com
pany. 5 . ' . ..
GEO. T. WEAVER, who has ' been
here some months representing ' the
Conservative Rubber Production Co.,
will leave in the Wilhelmina to repre
sent the Ralston Copper Mine in Santa
Barbara and Ventura counties, Cal.
REV. M. G. SANTOS of the Paia
Portuguese church is suhstituting for
Rev. A. V. Soares at the Portuguese
Evangelical church, Miller and Punch
bowl streets. Mr. Soares is now on
the Coast on a three months vacation.
R." R. YOUNG, formerly business
manager and advance man for viator
Atwater, is proceeding to the United
States as a through passenger in the
Shinyo Maru. Atwater will remain in
Japan and China for an extended sea
SUN FO. M isses Sun On and Sun
Yuen, son and daughters of the fa
mous Dr. Sun Yat Sen, Chinese pa
triot, are visitors, at Honolulu today,
en route to the Pacific Coast. The
appearance of the party of young peo
ple at the arrival of the CThiyo Maru
was the occasion for a warm reception
at the hands qt local Chinese.
J. W; PRATT, real estate agent, is
going to San Francisco in the Wilhel
mina, making 'the round trip, on an
important business matter. In his ab
sence of twenty days W. G. Ashley
will represent him in affairs requiring
immediate attention. A portion of Mr.
Pratt's office will be occupied Hy Mr.
Moore, representing the Mascot Min
ing Company. .
; ' " . , ' . V . -;
KILLS AN ELOPING GIRL
Dixie Woman Slays ChHd She
U Says Was Running Away
the. United States Navy is a through ! available for coffee growing In Ha
wan at least not in large tracts
There is some suitable land, of course,
but no very large ' areas in single
tracts. Kona is the best coffee re
gion on account, simply of the ab
sence of the trade wind there.
"It is hard to say whether the land
on the higher -levels would be favor
able to coffee, but It Is certain that
when you go to the lower levels there
is but little ground not covered with
"Possibly the export may Increase
to a million dollars with the mainte
nance of good prices
There are no definite figures extant
regarding the home consumption. A
couple of years ago It was estimated
at 10,000 bags, and from that basis,
would probably be 15,000 bags now. -The
recent ; Army contract to H.
Hackfeld & Co., of -30,000 pounds, of
which part, goes to the Philippines,
will be that much off the exports by
custom house this year, although up
till lately Hackfeld's supplied a good
deal of coffee to the Army on monthly
bids. . ' -':, -
CHILDREN OF DR. SUM
(Continued from g 1)
trio left the big Shinyo and met with
the reception committee of local Chi
nese who anxiously awaited the home
corfling of the young people. - ' ,
Sun Fo and his sisters are said will
continue the journey to San Francisco
in the Shinyo, leaving for the coast
port on the next boat Sun Fo will
enter the University of California and
his sisters will- also attend school, in
At the time that Sun Fo, left south
China, the. general situation there wap
reported as quiet, with an occasional
disturbance in widely separated Dis
tricts. The claim is made that in a
country so vast aa China it is ex
tremely difficult to establish a full and,
complete understanding between the
peoples of varying dialects and senti
ments especially in ay short space of
time. It is the general belief that the
Chinese will reap good fruit from the
recent revolution, if only some yeara
be given to theni for; their undertak
ing. ::,;..-: : '.'.. ':'. ";:', ,
Problem of GoTernmenL
It is still a matter; under investiga
tion whether the new Government of
China should he formed after the
American type or the French or wheth
er it should be a new system com
bining these two. The question is very
important and the Chinese cesire to
get that system which is best suited
On board the Shinyo Maru this
mornine the prediction was freely
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 2. Hi- made by well-posted Chinese business-
teen-year-old Osia Plumlee, pursued ; men en route to San Francisco that
from the home in which she had beenjT)r. Sun Yet Sen would not be elected
a guest by Mrs. Fred. Parker, who was
at. once the girl's hostess and cousin,
and wile of the man with whom it is
said the girl was eloping, was over
taken, shot and killed near Hestand,
Ky'., Sunday, according to mail reports
received, here from that remote sec
tion of the state.
It is said- both Parker and his wife
president of the new republic. The
declaration was made that, his popu
larity is decreasing day by day. Sun
Yet Sen is a revolutionary and has no
constructive ability, which is essen
tial for the President of.a Republic.
It is true that China has been convert
ed into a republfc, but even the new
China cannot comply with such social-
are tinder arrest at Celfna, Tenn. Dry Istic principles as those advocated "by
Ridges, Tenn., home of the girl, ana ; Sun Yat Sen. I believe in, Republican
the other two places named, are near 'ism, but not in Socialism. ;
the line between the two. states. General Li Popular. -
FELIX TURRO, Sptvlu
TAKING A TRIP
O. A. Steven, fecruIUng ajicnt in the
Philippine for the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association, arrived from tho
Orient this morning on the Shinyo
Maru and thereby gave hit Essoclates
here a little surprise party. V
At least it waa a surprise party yes
terday when Director Mead of the
planters labor bureau got a wireless
from Steven stating that he was com
ing on the Shinyo. Mead thought Ste
ven wsa recuperating somewhere up In
Japan, but it seems that Steven 1s tak
ing an o?ean voyage Instead. It was
stated today that he will go on to the
coast in a few days and then return
here, and that he Is taking the trip
for his heclth.
Mr. Steven expressed himself as
glad to see Hawaii again. He has
spent comparatively little time In the
f f f ' !
General IJ is very popular because
of his scholarship and far-sightetl
views, so It Is declared. His party ia
now gaining more and more influence,
and is strongly supported ty the sol-,
diers. The latter are being gradually
disbanded, and the work is not prav-
tng so mmcuiL tiaraesi oi an is me
task of dismissing the officers.
The Chinese are. opposing the for
eign loan because1 they, believe that
they can secure, better terms than
those offered by the Powers at pres-
ent. The movement for patriotic con
tributions has shown some promise of
success. . Huang-Hsing has already
collected and. sent to Peking 5.800.000
yuan by way of patriotic contribu
Wt" havt among many ctr
lints, tht products tf tht fmocT
factory of ;
Establishtd 1833 and winntrs of
gold rntdalt t many inttrnt
Plain and . complicated
moveinnts, and in hand
some and heavy cases.
We will be rlai to
explain the merits of these
watches to you.
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Kinau Street .................. 60.00
Kalakaua Avenue .............. 32.50
Pacfilc Heights 777.......$ 20.00. 100.00
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College Hills, 75.00
Wahiawa .. 35.00
Puunul Avenue ............... 25.00
Cor. Hackfeld and Lunalllo Sta.. 125.00
Kaimuki .... $25.00, $35.00, $40.00. 65.00
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Kaimuki. 7.,.. $30, $15, $20. $25, $27.50
;; Judd Tract 20.00
Wilder Avenue ................. 50.00
Matlock Avenue .............. 27J0
King Street. $20, $22.50, $25, 40.00
Kalll Avenue ...i 18.00
Pawaa Iane .................. 18,00
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f.lakea Street .......7......... -60.00
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Young Street ; $30, 30.00
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vesting in Kaimuki. Nearly evtrybody
in Honolulu rides to Kaimuki in tht
evening or on Sunday. What for? To
see the beauties of tht place and to .get
the fresh air. - :
They are all doing It, doing it;
I'll tell you: the reason why.
Getting lots at Kaimuki
Means big money bye-and-bye.
Furnished and unfurnished houses
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