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HONOLULU STAK-BULLETiN, SATURDAY, SEPT. II, 1012:
-A maldeni)oi1 A-! Ica 4-- S
ArT rostling in SeptemHrV. breeze f r . v I
r - i " s ."':'-..: ViilM -TT - - .'
RILEY H. ALLEN
Saturday; September n, 1112
jjf the trutft hurt you, it ix a i that you
tiuuv uvvn puiyniif irun a nr. iu. iiuc v
i"" A WORD TO KUHIO AND HIS FOLLOWERS
;:Jn view of the uppjtKicliiiig Republican run
volition and the caucus which ia Kcheduled to
take place this . cmiitiff. it is well worth while
4 V '
1V consider a few plaiii'factH.
; Kuhio has antagonized aItfrge uuiiiIkt of the
citizens of this territory' by his attack on the
governor and the responsible busintes interests.
Kb much so that it is a well-known fact that
many who in past years have consist eiitly voted
the straight Republican "ticket openly declare
that they arelliinking serjpusly of voting for the
Democratic nominee for delegate. clJesides these
there are many intelligent votei-s-who believe so
strongly that Mr. Wilson will be elected presi
dent, and at lesist the bousp and possibly the sen
ate; will be in control oI,ihc Democratic party,
that Hawaii can .expect to receive much more
attention and assistance ly having a Democratic
delegate in Congress than a Republican.
rrrThe; combination 1 of these two classes of
. voters will probably vitally affect the final re
. siilt of the vote for delegate. ' ; -There
is one sure way . iVr Kuhio and his fol
lowers to bring about the foregoing result That
is jo follow the course that many. of his advisers
ai e laying outlind urging hiuiand others to fol-
Inrt 'V 1 i'' -'J- . . , v -'i r" -V ' ' J
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iThe only other alternative is. to come out fair
ly and .squarely for representative, efficient men
' f 6'r t lie territorial and county Strong,
reliable men for. senators, representatives : and
Fupcrvisors are the only kind that can help tlie
Republican cause anc) lieal the t breaches that
v have liceii made' in the party. Unless, such ineii
are named, the defeat of Kuhio andmany Re;
.publican candidates as not bard to predictv;';
- Just to cite one; prominent . off ice-that of
inavor : If John Lane is forced through the con
vt ation for nia3or, after Jhaving been twice; tie;
fca cd when the party jsin stronger position
than it is today,-we pmlict tliat instead ot Lane
Iping. to elect Kuhio and Kuhio helping to
lect Lane, both will be repudiated'byf many good
I publicans, and other candidates; will suffer
v.ith them. .v . r.4 ;r;. ::;:
It is going to be a very difficult matter to ad1
vocate and ork" for a straight ticket if there are
any undesirable and dead weights to be packed
alonp:,-and weak men arc dead weights. ; '
Ix't us not f 6rgethat the electorate of these
islands is largely a discriminating and discern
ing electorate, and is very touch inclined to pick
, and choose, v AYe believe: the majority is Repub
lican, but it will not vtitc a st raight ticket that
carries the, names of undesirables. ; There will
then be only one resultvitlisuch a ticket; A
Fcratcluxl ticket means defeat for more 'than the
weak; it nieans that ther ;Veak pull' down witli
them some of the strongv ' "Jj-
Wc Iwlievc it is well worth while to ause a
moment and think seriously along the foregoing
lines. What are we seeking in this coming con
vention and elwtion? ' . To ratify, the personal
a nihil ion s a ud spi tes of a f e w ca ndidaf es or sel f -ish
politicians, or to! unite and elect a : body of
reliable and efficient men who will work for the
good of this territory and city ? ' ; " ' '
Gentlemen oX the caucus and convention,-this
V is a timeforsobiT thought and hard work. 11a
'waii netnls niore than ever before the best that
It is for just this reason' that Honolulu mer-
By C. S. ALBERT.
(Special Star-Bulletin Corrojoondrfic
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Sept 2.
chants need not fear the oieration of the parcels Goyernor Walter F. Frear win not be
post,. Which aims to nrdch lKH)ple so isolated that to officials of the Whit6 House. No
they Cannot shop in the ordinary sense of the acUon wUl be taken in his case until
' i, . . , , . i C3ongre88 reconvenes jiext winter,
term. Moreover, the ersonal relation betwmij, jjy pursuing this course the presi-
the store and its mtrous Js so strong and so deDt will follow precedents and at
. . . , ! . ..'the same time keep his word to pete-
pleasant in Honolulu and other towns of Hawaii gate. Kaianiariaoie. The White House
that the parceis post cannot uproot the firmly , authorities say that a recess appoint-
istablishei trade, secured through fair dealing " nation has been sent m and is await.
ana un-to-fiare srK'ics. . s wnuu vj iu
Home-buying is a practical ideal; it is prac-
t ical liecause it is. economical and ef f icient;vTt .is
ideal because there depends;vn it the kindly co
ojeraiion wiiu ana personal interest or a:conv
munity in its stores and other business estab
.V ; t , , - .
"Buy at 1106 is a good motto lor any city,
and; in Honolulu it is particularly appropriate.
ROOSEVELT 'BORROWS FROU SOCIAUSM'
- Now that, Senator Penrose is quiet for a mo
ment '.or two,; the, "Socialists have begun a lively
attack on Col. Koosevelt, taking as their cue the
fact that the Progressive platform adopted at
Chicago in very, many parts bears a remarkable
resemblance to the platforms that the Socialists
have been advocating for several years. . v V
W. J Ghent; secretary to Congressman Ber
ger, the Milwaukee socialist, has maoe out a
pivtty good case against Koosevelt, not only de-J
gress adjourns. In , such case a re
cess commission is issued and tbe ap
pointee genres until lh"e conclusion -of
the next sessici. If the senate ' has
not had, an opportunltj to pass on a
selection no recess appointment is an
nounced," ;,!, V '."
Acting . on this- basis tho president
could not again name Governor Frear
because his nomination was not sent
to the 'senate during the last session.
The president is supposed to have
promised1 Delegate Kalanianaole that
no person would be appointed Gov
ernor until after Secretary Fisher vis
ited Hawaii and investigated the
charges preferred by the delegate
against Governor Frear. In. addition,
the secretary will Inquire into alleged
maladministration of , -the land laws
and possibly .other - features connect
ed with bis service. In keeping his
promise there is no -action available
for the president until after Secretary
Fisher returns' jn October..: and sub
mits a report.. . -
It is well understood here . that Mr.
Fisher . was favorable to the -immediate
reappointment tf Governor Frear.
but the president desired him to make
the Journey to Hawaii to make an In
vestigation on, the ground
; It Is believed here that the secre
tary will submit a report favorable to
Governor Frear. .The reappointment
will thus ."be delayedy'until after" Con.
gress reassembles on December But
the inquiry will have the effect of pre
venting a recess commission. The en
tire matter; according to White Hduse
officials... with float along , until Con
gress is again in jBeion-i;;: ; '
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' ,:i(CnUnned frlfinj fuse 1). ?
mnm fntPA mi lrnannrfaffrtn" n4 fn
the Tariff Question? Are. the"; me-'
chanicc and ; laborers in ' favbf' of tha
eigni-oour system . ana: maximum
the 2sho Is loo, narrow iind a' greater
width is necessary." ' '
Care of the Feet. ;4
v'And here Is where' the captain will
qualify, as a.. chiropodist , Note; that
only serious cases are to be sent to
the surgeon, so that by" inference,; it's
up to the officer to perform such trlfl
ing Utile jobs as removing painful
bunions, or manicuring toe nails:
'Company commanders, by trequent
t . I I A
vm" i1" 1U, l..4v51B?ci maintain the feet of their Inen in con-
nlatform were onirinallv Socialistdoetrines. hiiti dition for proper marching. They win
proving it by giving the deadly parallels between
the two platforms. " . - ; AK
- ; 3Ir. Ghent,; pointing -put tliat "after all his
swashbuckling and rant against the Socialists,
Social ist ; i n3ic t men t against capitalist - siKiety,
arid is further forced to promise sbinp at. least of
the bocialist measures of relief then lists in
parallel- columris no fewer than eighteen planks
f rom 'the Bu 1 1 Moose platform arid eighteen from
that of the party ofpebs and Seidel. - ; ' ;
;;.-Like the Socialists.' first, it, appears Roose-
she has to guide her, in the onward march. She
ltteds men from all walks and stations in life,
Ivpmscntativo men of llawaiiau,TAmerican and
Portuguese blood who will sink race differences
and unite for the welfare of all. in this territory
and its progress and advancement. ,'
; The nomination of such men we believe will
bring onlcr out of chaos and victory instead of
defeat, and the nomination" of only such men
will-bring this greatly to; lie desired result
'Home-buying is the ideal of every, community,
; and an ideal to 'be made inwsible only by hearty
cooperation letween the local buyer and the lo
' "cal st ller. Underuch conditions hon
is easilv the most economical, and it carries be-
i sides the cpiiiplete. satisfaction that can only.. lie
secured ny personal inspecuon oi ginxis aim n-i
i sonal? relations with the seller.
3lanager George B. Curtis of Jordans hit the
nail on the head in a talk to the Ad Club last
Thursday in which he said: "The local stores
today are so', thorough'iy rto-date arid 'so well
equipped that they are able successfully to meet
' mainland mpetition ;;; -1 :
velt demands "a more easy arid "expeditious way
oi ariierid fng the federal constitution." 'tike the
Social ists, second, i pooseyeir.ur
vatiori pf huiriati ionrces?rf-i bbthJ)ljitforriis
use the identical phrase arid both follow:; it
1 'it:'-'' Ais-tf'll: '"-'-i: V''' 'rmi-i '' 'Ti:
wiui a jisi oi meais lo. inisenu. v inese lists are
strikingly parallel.-'; That of the Socialists' in-
ciuues ; uore eiiecuve inspection oi worKsnops,
factories, and mines ; 'forbiddingemplbynient of
children under sixteen, minimum Wage, rest of
a day and one-half per Week 'tot w-orker, shorten
ing the work day, abolishing convict labor, crea
tion of a bureau - of health,1 creation of a depart
ment of labor, graduated income laxy and exten
sion of ' inm?ri tance taxes, equal suffrag;e, aboli
tioii of iinbn()))olyf ownership of patentsi. initia;
tive, referendum, and recall ; extension of pub
lic domain toinclude mines, quarries,; oirwells,
forests and water-power ; development of high
yiy. and -waterway system;, collective owe
aiid deiiiwratic management of the banking and
currency system ; curbing of the power of the
courts to issue injunctions.
Tht Kimrvmo 1htv nf flio nntinn Vuiva Vlii xsause -'Mr. Bartlett?is in the Brwim
. . , .business Is no, reason why he as super
Kooseveltpiatform, is the conservation of human ? vit?or should work In the Interests o
i-esoiirces through an enlarged measuiv of social yrem
i . , - .-. , T .. J5 Al x . , ' . firtt day of the Kuhio-Fisher Investlga
and industrial justice and the party is pledged flr8t day of the Kuhio-iFrear investga,
to work for this end by means of a series of tion. when ,the subject of ontract ;
. . . . , - -t-i- . .. : A1 , - for cane between independent planter:
planks almost exactly similar to those adopted and the mills-was under discussion;
at Iridianapolis: "Effective legislation lookiygl' TheuesUvvas asked. t"Are;i
. V ..- , , , fthe independent planters at the mere?
to the prevention of industrial accidents, etc;," j0f, the; mills when it came to the re
matches the first "demand of the Socialists! jne , of u planting' contractsr
,X ' ... ... Tx . . , . .. . , . . .The reply from Mr. Swanzy was, No
Hoosevelt, like Debs, would prohibit child labor ;' necessarily." Mr. Fisher .then aske-'
the eight-liour day and one day's rest in severij men difrerent in Honolulu f roir
. , . - v. . . J . A1 Vhose in the United States and elsr
is advocated by the Progressive party; so is the'Vherar if they, being in a positior
abolition of the-convict-contract labor svstemj'to dictate their own terms or let the
-. . . , - - cane rot ra. - the ground, would no
so IS the establishment of a national liealth Ser-'naturally make terms leaving a mini
viee "without discrimination against or for anyVnm p?i :t0 f. .planter and a max'
. .. , .... imum to the mill."
set of therapeutic methods, a phrase which per- Are the Agents and Managers of v
fectlv matches the Socialists' "with such restrie-! Sugar Esfes interested m immigra
nn ant . T9-ilatinn fAVoranle to tn
tions as well secure the full liberty of all schools industry? Are the merchants. interest
e!, in .legislation ravoraoie to me mini
cause the proper . trimming , of .nails.
removal or, paring of corns and cal-
louses,, relief of paininl minions, treat
ment; of.; ingrpwjng , nails,: and ' other
defects, sending serious cases to the
surgeon, v .; " ; v-
, "Before a march" Is "undertaken by
fo6t troops company commanders will
personallylnspect the bare., feet of
their men. .' While .on; the march: they
will persoriatly see each day that tHeir
meniwash' their feet aa soon as pos
sible: after reaching camp, prick; and
Evacuate I blister;? ahd dover v such
blisters fcbr u excorUltions with ' line
bride plaster? supplied by :.the. Medical
Department, applied 'hot; dust thev feet
With the foot twder' supplied by the
Medical- Department;! and, put on clean
socks. Hereafter n undue amount
of, loot -injury ? ,and i disability ; from
shoes will herregarded as evidence
ineCHjiency) nJ4heipaitL0l.;the oft'
cers-concerried .aadtM;'Cause;fot inr
Yestigation!r$: aHi ?,,"iVv' n'.i
Officer Sugget:j5orps.. .' . ; .
- "Can you beat it'l . asked; a dapper
raptaln. gazingi ruefullyvit. the order
,-which is. embellished with a diverting
cut illustrating, the proper method of
measurement "J v i , haven't a: doubt
about: it all being Medically correct,
but why; in thundei don't tey form
a chiropodist corps, Vand make .it a
four. ; year ; detail i ior f officers.: We
might get to like it, and become ex
pert file slingers and scientific bun
ion cutters ;!xi'; time. An: ornamentat
and useful collar V device for the
corps would, be an.ear of cornr super
imposed on a-bunion plaster. But I
expect we'll get used to It in timei
and that we'll be saying after trying
on a' soldierts , shoe. Will you takf
these with you. sir, or shall I - take
them, and by the way; can't I ; show
you something new in a dress pump
that we only operied up this morn-
ingr," V v - - '
: LETTERS ON TIMELY T0PJC8,"
THE POLITICAL' SITUATION.
The argument may be used that be
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SAPPH 1 RE M tha birth stonfc
for September. You will find in
;hevva n d graccfu I set- "
show fo visitors.
wages? ; . ; v;.'
.What would .the agents say. of a su.
pertlsof ejected t represent their In
terest who voted for br used his influ
ence, toward rrff $Erf - What would
thev merchants' say of. a man elected
through their efforts . who used his in
fl uence in . tinkering with the tariff, so
las, to admit of an; open ( competition
with the cheaper markets f foreign
countrtca? . What would the artlsail s
of our country do to a manwbo - was
elected - to : represent5 them and Voted
for - the reneal of Iheeteht-hoti fat
and minimum tvaes? 1" ' :
;? Now I- feel like' asking Mr: Fisner's'!
question again?-"Are men different 1n
Honolulu. - It is argued that v Mr,
Bartlett is .in for a businesslike admin-
istratiofrof affairs. The Good' Book
that takes no notice of fame. or polL"
Una ihUk ; Kna - ll.kt : - .. t
.i,a, ,nuau uao wcu A iiguk.ttiiu. a
guide in; the world for -thousands " of.
years, , says, " Where a man's treasure
isthere will hia heartAbe"als9.V Is
that true, today?;1; And ln Honolulu?.
Then where will a man's .heart be who
has his capital' invested inbreweries
and saloons; who himself .' and asso
ciates have their names on the appllr
cations ; fdr " licenses for saloons .29
times," ahd,i once as . bondsman 'for A a
sake; company " y'
v ; A saloohkeeper cannot gain Vadmit
tance within the 'sacred walls of Pre
Masonry. Odd ; Fellowshipor ' Ooodf
Templars. ; How" abpttl 4 tiwti men who
make - it possible for the saloonkeep
er to continue the'lrwork-ot imlseryr
degradation, and crinie? f iWho: backs
Uienirup? ?;Db ythey: r present tire, fees! .
.-Tours for Civic Righteousness tr, H
v;- iy:-: f -A UBSCRlBgluj
INTER-CHURCH4 PLANS' i?
: lr REGULAR 'MEETINGS,
..t The ; council of i the;, . Intef.Churcb:
Federation of. Honolulu met : ;ati ,
b'clock, yesterday afternoon to discuss ,
plans for continuing the Sunday night
services In the Bijou theater.- Bishop
Re8tarick, president C of the . council,,
was in the chair, and RevEbersoIe re-1
ported that, the ezpensear of the Sun-1
day night services had been : over $350 !
for the six meetings, and that the col,
lections had exceeded the expenses byj
Just ninety cents. The expenses in-
Mexican rebels' i have . "surfndedf CaJifornIa'a 'corpbrttioa jlctase re-
Cananea."' hete ; are.; located ;maajr ceipu are 20,co noro than th pre;
uananea, woere . loaiieu i" i -t4f
American - copper' miners. . " -1 'o year,'
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of prat tice." " And so the parallelism continues
down to the anti-injunction plank.
eluded rent, advertising, y etc.; Dr. ,
Goodspeed 'giving his iime without re-
muneration, ,1 and .a ' ; resolution of,
thanks- was passed expressing the ap.j
preciation of his services. ; : :; .' ' ,
v After discussing -various 7 plans 'f or i
the cdntinuatiotf of tliese Meetings, rit
was decide to, adopt a general rule ;
f having a jneeting. on the -first Sun-;
tay, oi eactr mouiu. iu iuc mjuu ,iuc
ttre, if it is available. anT-!t'wa also
decided toask : the ; Christian - Extett
sion Committee to hold a : memorial
service- to the late General Booth for
Sunday night October 6. ""'t A
. On j Wednesday, : October 2,. the
Inter-Church: Tederatlon will hola its
annual meeting at "which time reports
will be read ' and officers elected for
, 'Jie next twelve months. r -r,
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Miss Power has on display at her
Millinery Parlors in the Boston Block,
v number - of unusually attractive
trimmed hats. .
-Ud83Jd aaA 8t3uiJd aoa uum5 raata
miN m3iu iff8i ;2uHaaui snoiuoui
. iBq pu iqttaoad ;sora piaq trunojL
ui jo isjm etn jo sisJDOtnaa tjX
F. Klamp, of H. Hackfeld & Co.,
stated today that the negotiators for;
water riehts on the other side of the
'sland have not yet received . an off ef
in black and white from L. L Mq
landless. There" is therefore a poss
bility that the deal may again faa
'hroueh. as a similar one did lat
year when everything had been cos.;
sidejed. ,asgoodvas settled.. 3
v HVr; ouarant that ' "1$33 Hi, VAL-.
:;LACE . SILVER PLATE THATRE- :
I; Stirs' WEAR, will olvt abioluts txvi-
''i- XL '"'vV' rt-: ; fiction, and wt a;res t stand bhl?id
&"'k'ty yVyund' replace very:plece cf coed fctar- J
"7 ty - -- :ln3 'the1S35!R;WalJacew,tradmar
, that dees not flive ultfactory tervlca
VTEIRA5 jEVELRY CO., LTD., .
ie Popular Jewelers
COLLEQE HILLS Several choice Building Lots::
Modern Bunea ow. Lot l&.uuu sq. i.
.Secretary Fisher, will have an opportunity
tonight to see the results of entirely sincere and
vigorous effort to carry practical philanthropy !p0NAH0U D1STRICTYoung st, BMM uv-;v
into the nearest approach to slums in tins city.i Young -st: House and Lot .. a
Palania Settlement is and has been doingulh
stantial work in this community and only lack
of funds has prevented it from doing a gmit deal
. Price reasonable. ;
Oeu. Yogi's method of mourning his emperor
is spectacular, hut it is not likely to prove pop
ular in this country.
' Might as well begin to get ready; to .intervene
in Honduras, San Salvador and Costa Rica, too.
1-story Modern House
KAIMUKI Ocean View: Modern Home ...
Ocean -View: Furnished Bungalow
Waialae Heights: Modern Home .......
PA LA M A Auld' Lane: House and Lot
NUUANU Liliha St: Seven Cottages
Puunui: Building Lot, 30,000 sq. ft. .
TANTALUS On Ridge: Fine Building Lot
GUAKJ)IAN TRUST CO, .. Ltd.,
' ,l8ECOND FLOOR," JUDD BUILDINO
TlSv Till ' v
Puts you in the home-owners class, will malce
you and your family happy. $26ioo to 556:00
per mouth just like Tent takes care qf prin-:
cipa!, interest, taxes, and ;even: iwiifaiice there- "
afterr For this small sum you may ouy a nome
with all modern conveniences.
tots in KaimiiM
See our list of furnished and unfurnished houses.
Henry . Watcrhdnss Trust ICo.',
AND MERCHANT 8TREET8