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RILEY H. ALLEN
. . . .8EPTEMHHK 'X VJV2i various countries am sinmvlv devoted to the
r 7--- ; : . . , splend id . principle o arbitration, and ;op-
ratify uUtml: but it i the duty of all to be firing 'f that the time is- not yet here when the
i iriic; they certainly know i right for truly stnmg menthe men who are in.pbweror
M PROGRESS OF TIIE llK
tfiwtary. Fisher's Invest Ration Uias 'not, yet
ieaVhel a. point where comment upon jt ntj-iiiate-sultH
hin Ie made .with any breadth of
jnstiee, It may Ik mud, however, that the, jres-
filiation of the delegate eae7, by Attorney (J.
W. Ashfoi-d tin's morning did not show thatjvii
hio, if his niokivniaii fairly represents him. .ha
who. may be in power toinprroware u nequi vo
cally on the sider of reason and humanity as op
loed td the sword and savagery." ;
. : - ..a
. ,.31 a i ne s election today carries more than
usnal sign if icajice and interest, not only because
of the fact that ;the' rock-ribbed commonwealth
where, it norma Jly ; belong; but becauscr of the
factional strife withm the Republican party. It
is not true, as one local comment lias said; that
the fighjtf lies squarely between the Republican
and. Democratic tickets. ' It Jhis were ';;;th&Rc
puiicafs would; be j; more optimistic than ' they
nave.neen. . .... ;, .v .,,,.:v .;v;sc,:
; In nMaine, a weakened : and r clisorinizetl Re
publi,c.air electorate is ai: war. internally, wliile a
strong , and aggressye ,Dem.9ctic, ;machine is
buiicliii up. a ; wejl-handled ' minority. f-.: Going
Democratic in 1910, the firsttime ,in jifty.years,
Maine swung into 1tlie; Bourbon column witha
Democratic 1 governor and IegislaUire,. Xlien
came a remarkal)e series of events helping, to
Imild up;the' Demwrjaticina
Plaisted. A Democratic senator; succeeded the
veteran Hale. , otlier ;, Republican veteran,
liemocrat v tot succeea uim !un tlie supreme
brach where :one Democratic nieml?er out of
se'tmi waih the, rwor
the Republican majority has been lost Demo
cratic jutlosj haye supplanted Republican and
everjveounry uud two is ruieu oyvjj,eniocraiic oi
XlceThoJders. Tlie, result is ; tlie creation of . an
exceptionally strorigj Bour.n machihe; in the
unprecedented time, of two years, '-p-i ''ifijlM
.'AVhile this machine haV been getting, into run
n in g order, ..dissension ba visited . the.: Repub
licansJ vThq real Progressives, .sojimpartial ob
servers maintain,' haVe never beeii- allied- with
the Bull Moose. action, largely; ot discreditetl
apU bo(rwdrk. IpoHticians, whicli w Chi
cago.' Xt Chicago uie,Mainede
awav from. Roosevelt bv frantic appeals from the
people back home? tostay with ,Taft orrisk
AvrecKing ine liepuuiicau.jKuay iu ijuc muic uuu
thus assure two years more ;6f...D6crittiCv dbmy
: B ull Moose: leaders f rom v the state, rafter ja,
talk with Roosevelt statedlUiat he prbmid
to ke;hands' of jf until; after; today's; electron 'si;
ed. J At any. rate, the recent Portland convention
paed-reeolutions- pledgingits nomine suh
port the regular Republican, party In the state.
. iiiis lias nobi exiieii; tue civii;: ufin-, .
real Progressives of the state claini that the Bull
Moosers will iipt ,supik)rt JJie Republican,, ticket
next ; Xdyember; hps fit' might, happen ; that ;
31 aine "would goRepubl ican in; tay ieio ,
ich jiS jftait f iciSii4.
in Conssjandlin ;NonbeV; the Republican
voters - would split bet ween Taftism and . Roose
yeltismj and Wilson, wou
Democratic majority hercforev wliile a
for Democracy ,;in otlay: s election; Wf 11 almost
(jertainly mean ; a Deinlocratic victory; next Nq
vember,. a, Republican victory .ay may; iiot
mean fa Taf t triumph two months f roni: no
This is the state of affairs that is worrying the
political ' prophets . y .'
; To! make matter worse, ;thQ Mainel Republic:
ans havQfnot been ! able, to : kelp out their; cam
paign by tlie strengtn oi'naiionai issues oauFr,
it is thernationat fight that is dividing ;teliir
forces : They ; have been forced to restrict their
utterances io statef a t local- issues; whn; tlie
Democrats" have charged. do-n the Jine. on their
national w'ardiorseswwit effect ;Ithas
been' va;matte of Jcq
Haines, the, Republican noniiuee rf or .goyenior,
has steered away from national issues in his
V-.-'' ' ::"'' ' -;" ... ': '.;":'.'' '" V -'.
SpeeCuCS;. :(-- !';.-- ri ;, '.. wi.v ..." .. v"-'.-; ..
it; So it is that respectable; cquservative careful
old Maine is as uncertain: today: as uneryotis
, anvMlfinitey detaij ed, authoritative remeclies for
tho evils .he is .freely charging.. Again and again
Mr. Afdiford professed !himelt unable 1 j(o find
aiit.'s for the il o( Hawaii, upon which hejelabr
orated;; and tliere was certaiply inuclt vagueness
in his suggwtions as to "change. in the land laws.
Mr Ashfonl was not physical I y fit: today,: anil
something of Jiis, lack. pf " Jear-cut rejoinder , to
31 r. Fisher's ' qucistions was undoubtedly due to
this.. - ,, : v,-. r v ' -
4if the outfit ;Ir Fishep is confronted with
fundamental diffennct of opinion among wit
' nesses as to the wisdom of cutting up large hold
ingH intoFimUl; holdings, and. hi? will probaliily
find Ijese djfferences of opinioiij quite generals
- The striking, thing of this morning's heai'ing
was the secretary's definite, statement that he be
: lievts in cooperation with the governor in i6liti
i. i a 1 a pjkm n t men ts d i reef) y afect i tig Hawaii, and
that he shall certainly give such recognition to
the chief executive of this territory, and. the fur
thcr definite statement th.at so far as Itejs await?
' there is not now,' nor has there been, any. lack of
. support in; "Washington for this administration.
Tlie secretary: is evidently a good friend for Ha
waii to havcl . ...
; In; an :unuju.ally.'jnteres'tjug mid well-consid
iTcd article on Pacific, coninierc and its; future
, wit . wh icn to! 1 lawaii, W ritten for the Hawaii
edit.ioii xjf the ..San'.'. Fnincisco "y Call; ,and ri'rih
duml iiLthe tar-iuilletin last Saturday; Mr. E:
K. Paxtuii points out; Himolulu., as the logical
t focus for t he oasm trade between' tlie Panama
canal and the Orii nt. On jthis subjecttnere has
Ikh'ii uiucli difputtv ,and::,!Mr. Paxton's conclu-
, shmv hacknl. l
direct interest, to tlfc: people of this territory.
After t j uo ting figures ujm)ii, comparative 5 dis;
tances k'tween Pacific ports, he says that "the
logicataud commercial route will be via Pacific
Coast ports nnd;thc;ljawaiian Islands .
Xo other ioVnt in Vmid-Pacific can bein to: af
ford; the-facilities which ;wiljl)Q'affore4iai:'Jl9-.
" noluhi and otJierMsland. ports for docking steam-
. .;. ers n'nd plenishing fuel and' otlier suppIies.T
In the art icle as published, an error was made
bvf tlie omission of ;a line, 'of type which shoiiltl
be rectified,;as it apparently makes Mr. Paxton
say jiist? the opposite of what he did say. . A puth
lislied paranpVisjn part; Tli conclusion
; is tlHTcCorc inevitable tliat Hawaii niust be tlie
f n n'Uous for tjamp steamers, audi sailing Ves-
selsrafriug.full cargoes which would probably
taker the shortest possible joute to destination'
whereas, as originally wriiten by Mr ;Paxton, his
statement wiis that 'Hawaii must be the rendez?
vousi for N-aci; comincw.; except ' for
DR. ELIOrS CONCLUSIONS
t 'yi 'i .,
; Since Drt; El iota return tpthe mainland, his
-: : conclusions j as to the prospects ffir world-peace
;A S"f" ' have aroused wide. comment as his ideas received
; pubiicity. ;Pei:haps the most widely quoted
' . statement ho has made is tlie following, which,
' ' f it wiil le noticed, is along exactly the line of his
f J V interview inUbis paiKr when he passed through
v y 'v ; , VI .would not be willing to come out and state
v- ; ' broadly that the nations are taking seriously the
f -hb; idea of universal peace Th a ptrong nti:
tinent for it revery where, cf ; course but sueh
i-i sentiment is as old as the hills, and has-been
. ; " found more or less in all iimes and climes. . . .
y vIen individually all over tlie world do less fight
i v ing today thaii . at any other time in; the; history
- of "the world, and they s have a greajter. and niore
' ' " t : abiding res)cct for the institutions of peace,' the
? " courts and legislative lodies;than they. ever had.
" This is- perhaps largely becjiuse of a natural
V growth toward a better civilisation and, a higher'
peace : pPil"u,u r v
" The ;clty? and. county officers nave
beeninricafed to - tne tne of several
hunlred doUara through the successful
efforts ' of ' Chief of Detectives McDuf-
fie. and Sergeant Kellett who rajued
a number of gambling games Sunday
evening; and; landed , the participants
before ;Polfce Judge MonsarratrrJ '
... A batch of ten Japanese charged
with .gambling entered a plea of guilty
and paid over fines ranging five to ten
debars; ,;One. alleged participant ? at
the game was sent to the hospital ow-
iugto the desire upon his part to leave
the premises without first having; re
ceived a personal introduction ' to , the
vitlting police In leaping from an
tipper wmdow. the Japanese sprained
an anklet The fact that the' broad
back of Kellett: broke thVfail of the
Japanese saved that C individual' from
what -might ; have been; a few more
Bcriods Injury. ;'":.'-.'? 1,-; ' - -:
Ten Filipinos were ; also brought In
by the detective; department it. being
claimed that they were playing a game
where money was won and lost; 1 , with
one exception the' little Brown broth
ers from the Philippines drew a: five
collar fine,; with court, trimmings.
w. hstone-:Sr:; dies
; : AT HIS nuuanu Hor.re
, f ; : '
l 'iW.'l Hi S tone, St., died at his.: Nuu-
anu residence at i half-past 9 o'clock
last evening. Mr. Stone was 65 years
bid and was well known In Honolulu.
He leaves a" widow, five sons and two
daughters, William, Hawley, j Frank,
Samuel and David Stone and Joseph
ine and Sarah Stone, f The funeral will
take place- from the Nuuanu r ; street
residence tomorrow forenoon : at 10
bClOCk. '; -v'.' . . . '..'.:.;
MRS. HARRTICLUOEL of Hilo is
stopping at 1 the Moana HoteL ' She
comes , to place . her son in Punahou
College. H V '. - - '
ELMER L. SCHWAR2BER0, mana
ger of the real estate department of
James F, Morgan Co.,' LtdJ, ia. forty
years old today. He has. been, in Ha.
wail about thirteen years and holds an
established place among Honolulu's
Sheriff Jarrett and his (cohorts made practically a clean sweep of the
opposition in the Democratic primaries on Saturday, and ; it- Is believed
. will control the county convention as a result In order to solidify the
party' machine there were compromise tickets in most of the precincts
with the Jarrett men tn the majority, and in the few where there was op-
: position the Sheriffjwon hands down, save tn . the twelfth of the fourth,
whete Ben Kahalepuna, ex-police sergeant, holds the delegation for the
Antls. ''vr,A fv;--f v-;.'-
(In that troublesome precinct of the first oC the fourth , the voters
- settled the Qulnn-Pringle controversy by cutting both off the ticket. One
man out of the delegation of ten is supposed , to be Anti-JarretL . ;
i .The same was the case in tbe.seccmd of the fourjth where the opposi
tiori got one out of eleven. Manoa, the. third of the fourth, went solid for
Jarfett.' Following were the results :.! . . ..;;.;i: -, 'r:' C
First' of Fourth.
County and district convention A.
M. Farta, S. C. Hardesty. S. Kauai. J.
A. . Keia, Charles Kahulu, .D.- K. Mar
tin, S. Meheulaf I. Nahihalau, J. S.
Osnter, and R. B. Reedy.
Third of Fourth. !.
w Julius Aschv'Joseph Wghtfoot, Archie
S. Rdbertson, Chai :es H. Rose, Abra
ham iKawaihoa and David Hao.
Fourth of Fourth.
?Conty-Dr. John ' Cowes, W. Kame
konaj -:-A.V E." Carter; P. N. Nuoli.VJ.
Markham, Cbas. Girdler, D. Kana-lnlu??v;-..'
r-".0:- . . "
Elflhthof Fburth. " -
Dr, R. M. Birch, TL AV. Gray,
W. R. Chilton, J. R. 'Amorin, J. S.
Nobrlga,' John Nascimento, Leonard
Mitchell,; D. -K Kaanohi; Antoae Fa-
ria, John : Hills, A. Jungclaoxs, H. Mar
tinez Jack McFadden, Wm. Sampson,
Abel KIa, :J. K, LewaL :
:? Ninth of Fourth. -:
! ; CoantyWm. ;H.; McClellan, Dvid
Kamiuoha, ' Abraham Opunui, : Charles
Barrqn. W. 3. Eddings, Martin Christ
nsen, JoeL Phillips, Sam Liftee, Jr
John; Huihul, Edward Bj Friel;; Q.: K.
Macfarlane, . Harry ..A. Juen; Akoni
Ahaii A:i V. Gear, Stephen .Gumpher,
J.1 JJ Smiddy, Awa Wilson, Adam
Ahalj i'; H ?A:J?:i -;' .. ' j - :
Ninth'of ? Fifthi X-. ; '
::. Coanty-r-J. '.? K. Mokumaia," A. K.
WilliainsVMahinak Sniff en, .William
Kao,1 Mi; DsAbreu, Alex Tripp; ; Geo;
K; ' Kahananui, Robert, , Ahuna, A. G.
Gomts, Charles v Kaulukukui, - Obeda
Kikala William Ayah, James Pakele,
Moses - Kawaiapo, ; David C Kupihea,
Hugq Kanae, J. J. Fern, Joseph Ka
Iana William Kaai, John G. Lewis,
D. -Kahaleaahu,'i Thomas .Aukai, . J: K.
Kauair Manuel - OlsenT
Tenth of : Fifth. , : ; " ;
County-WilHaro AKerman,' K. F
Chong, John Claney, Husto De la
Cruz,; Manuel Espjmda,1 E. J. Gay;;M.
J. ; Consalves, .Wm' E.; Miles, r Manuel
Moses. Ohulenui, M. C. Pacheco, Wm.
B.S Rice,, John R. Silvia, Manuel
UTOl-l INTERVIEW I
VVc t arc particularly pleased toV
sell these sets, because they: are' 1
made of finest Equality surgeons'
steel, anil every; purrhaser is sure
to get the best service frorxi them.
They are among-thW 'man hew "
. J' : ' WieMMA&lS."
tL' i Leading Jewclcrt-4
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CHAS. HOPKINS I find that hail
iffing during .this sortf weather is
rather hard on the linen collars, don't
jwu- juiw -. . - , . v ...1 ,j , -I
; GEORGE. P, :;C00KE, manager
American Sugar Co.'s .ranch . High
winds with mucli dust have been pre
vailing on Molokai-, When I left there
on Friday the. indicaUons were good
for rain. :.0ur stock has. not. suffered
from; lack of . water, u -; ; - -, ;
i"; E. i B. - BLANCHARDr-r was asked
the other day . why . it j was thajt. I" al
ways went-after the . Orientals .more
than . I .do after i the' other merchants
during an .investigation in regard .to
the pure food ; laws. : The, reason :for
this is that the other jnercbants com.
plyat once with .the. la wv while r- the
Orientals 4o. not They,, have , to. be
warned time .and again : before they ;
finally do comply with it. s , v
."' Thp' Valley 'school, corner; of Nun
ana and Kuakini, will .open on Mon
day. September 9. Owing to la.ck tcf
12 0.2 a- 14 r:
elderly lady in front of a streetcar.
And it was Wvoniin that sutmlied the real
sensation of the local Republican primariest last
Saturday. r. : : -.. ' : ' v ' ' '
'? Kaimuki ought; to advertise its boxing con
tests in advance.
The Oahu Democrats still-have the .Jarrett
Tbe Zimmerman. and his family had
a fierce fight with a mad bulldog at
Racine, Wis., while: automobile riding.
The dogwas in the machine -with the
party, andsuddenly went mad and at
tacked the occupants. 1 1 was finally
killed. -.j i.' fii y :-. . ' .iwjpfciKi'.',,'.-.'' N
steameN difficulty . .
for the hilo trip
Messrs.- Gartley ; and ; Swift repre-
senting the Chamber of -Commerce
and the .Merchants' 'Association -respectively
on the Hilo conference
matter; waited on-President James" A.
Kennedy : of ; the winter-Island - Com
pany this morning to ' negotiate" for
transportation. ; Not ; much progress
was made, as the committee was not
prepared to 'give definite information
regarding the number likely to go' to
the conference. V r - r ; !
Another difficulty is the desire to
procure a special 'steamer; for the jex-
cursion,' because s'ome ,of the Hono
lulu j people do not want to stay lu
Hilo j all ; the time between the arrtyal
and departure of the . Mfouna Kea ! on
her regular :: trip, and -the special
week-end excursion trip; is . too . shorL
for -the occasion. '.v:; ! . ; ;r
V It lis ' impossible-' for the , Hilo ; pas
penger liner to . work in a trip . be
tween ' the two., trips just mentioned,
and ; the "company, has v ;not Y another
suitable Bteamer: to ; spare- for. a spe
cial ;trip.iiThere-i would be- no diffi
culty ..about -accommodation for the
business; vmen's excursion orf the
Mauna Kea's : regular trip; Mr. Ken
nedy said to. a Star-Bulletin reporter
this .morning.-. : ;,.;.,-" .. ;-v .
Pacific HaI:Mi V......
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Pivvaa tans ;.,....... . . . ..;., .
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- ; WANTED.. t
Two ladies who know how to sew.
. . Apply P. ' L. On Tai, 1190 Nuuanu
St.,nr Beretania.- ;: 5336-1 m
Partner with $850 capital to invest in
; good 1 business; Open for investiga
tion. Address MJ. J" Bulletin of
fice. : Ov 5336-6t
Between , Cassjdy's and? car line last
night, pursei Reward if returned to
- thi office;- ; ; "-. ; 5338-3t
Attention," school children! ; New tab-
lets; composition books, beautiful de
sigds. - 'The; Fern," Emma and Vlne-
; yard.- .' , k-5330-3m
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: LACZ," CILVZn PLAT- 7.i, .
'facti;,-), zr.l vs r . - ij -
and nr:z2 tv.t '-r'..' il
ina t.1: r... v;::-: t.-; .
that does not s'va salxfr:t:ry.t:r".!:3
In any houssholi. ; . ' -,
VIEmA j77EL?.Y CO.', L'
t ': The Popular Jewelers
Mrs. 3V. LL Hcrwell, modiste, 1333.Pen-i
sacola SL; Tel.-'264$. Dressmaking
.,: of j every description. , . ..k-SSVm.
ANAPUNI STREET 2-Bedroom House .........
ANAPUNJ STREET 2-Bedroom f CotUge ..... . . .
BERETANIA "STREET Building? Lot. 2.7 Acres .
HARBQTTLELANE 2-Bedroom Cottage
KAIMUKt -Modern 4-Bedroom - House
KAIMUKI New 2-Bedroom Cettage, furnished
KING-STREET New. 2-Bedroom Cottage ..
PHKOI STREET S-Bedroom Hous
RUUNUM.Residnc:LoL 30,000 sq. ft
TANTALUS Lot. for Country Home.. .
WAIALAE TRACT Several Choice Lots
YOUNG STREET Residence Lot, 12,981 sq. fL
X. ........... 4750
! .... ' .- . .,- - 'f t : : . .
KINAU STREET 3-Bedroom Furnished House
MAK1KI STREET 2-Bedroom, Cottage, furnished
TANTALUS Country ; Home . . . .V ..........
YOU NG STR EET 2-Bedroom Cottage
MAKIKI STREET 3-Bedroom. House.
GUSKDIATTRUCT CO Ltd.,
? . , SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
i . ., -
.. 55 ;
. . .45
. . 40
;vs: v ; 4
rii.X-' '- i ' - . . . "!.'''.
; you'and'you familV" happyir- $2(r.'d&io'Z J
X per; mod thrj usts like-renttakes rare or prinii
; cipl; in Wrest, taxes,' and evenhinsurajice-thjrc
after For this
- with all mbdefn tonVchlcriceVr - ;
See ou r .' tlatl of Jurnlaha Vnd "uWuliheVhujif
;;'".;; ; :-;;;;iLin:c3ry; :'rr v. ;
AND M EftCH ANT.' STREe!T8 ' ' " ; CORNER FORT