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E PRESS and
the PEOPLE
TT I ference between the richest man In
WJLL,TAKE VOTES FROM WILSON the country today and the poorest
The Colonel may be running lnde-1 man "i enormous and pathetic" It
pendentl on the "anything to beat' Roe on to say that rthis was not so
Taft" principle. But political Judges' In tne beginning. The .richest Amer
of all artles are already pointing out. fcn ot today and the poorest are many
that,)! such be the case, his candidacy Asocial leagues further apart than
Is likely to beat Its own purpose by George Washington! and Lincoln's fa
drawing far more hearfly from the j tber." All of which, frankly speak
Democratic than from the Republican i log, is sheer nonsense. ' " i
vote. " For example, -the Labor Social I ' In the time of Washington and eVen
1st candidate for president shrewdly 'In the earlier days of the nineteenth
said the other night that Roosevelt
will be a factor In the campaign that
Ih underestimated now, "for he will
KetJnany votes away from WIlson.
lilwiukee Sentinel. '
Will
IY NOT. A
FOURTH TERM?
V!:t Question presented by the Roos
LA.
eve) candidacy Is really 'bot one of a
third' term, but rather one of a per
petua presidency. The case is really
very uple.- Here we have a man
who 'att three or four times that he
.would .no. be a candidate for a third
term, He nt further than that and
said hat he vould not be a candidate
this year. 11 spoke of the proposed
movement in Ls behalf In 1912 as a
"qalamlfy.- And his friend,' Dr. Ab
bott, compared the taking of a third
term with the taking of a "cup of cof
fc-yindianapolis N ws. .-'
GOLDEN RULE S.N 4PPED.
?vfOur whole movement." said the
tnira-term . -cjaimani - in jbsion, v -is
iQira-ierm . -cjaunani - in jbsion, v
.iK- .,.ni-i
life is worthlllving'if it is not based tJ? Tnlnt V
nn th Tn Commandm.nU and the - far greater, than today.
Ooldep .Rule,-; JWdeU.o
the, "Ten Commandmenu reads:
third term began- has the jtlairaanU
T -r - " . I
refrained from bearing false witness
against his neighbor? - Hartford
CoiiranL .
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SIMPLTCITV lU WRITING. ' .
TTi faft In.f vftft Vnits nhal "aiinA.
you know whatlsuDe-.
relation" meansta no excuse for us-'
lng Vthe word. , The effect Js .never.
what you expect It to be. The writer w:bore ft f trlklng : similarity . to
-i who usessimple and direct terms of tnoge deyelopel Dyane Merriam com
expresslon, who uses words within mIssIon that inrestigated condiUons in
& Pulart comprehen-j tne cU gorernment.' Now .'another
sion,is less likely to excite his read-con Cern,,the :Unitad States Express
r ersjto acts o violence than one. who company." has deemed it'necessary to
mates a heavy draft on the dictionary 0.rriinB, !,,, A
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the ( subject under. , discussion. Ne
braika State Jodmal.
; : C BULL MOOSE COLOR LINEVV
V-The Progressive Split In Georgia
' Immediately rals3 the negro quesUon j
: forjtho Roosevelt party to deal with,
ana one.is-oouna to say it is,an lm-j i n is not alonein he pollUcal" field
v portani and critical tissue. ; Shall the that there Is 'need for higher" stand
ev party;tt a whlte.mans, party.?Jards V ;ofv ; conducts-Chicago'. Daily
inf ioiocci proposes 10 oreaa xneiews.'
sona, soum jtnTougn me action or me;
wnce vortr&iV, now can ne oo it un
: : les he sires the cold shoulder to the
nerj-oes. But, on the .other hand,
V hould social justice follow the color
linT-Springfleld Republican.; ;, :
5 ' I IIALbAKAlI ROAD.
jfngineer. Ifarvey, who 4a' well
itaqwn on Maul, ind who ranks -very
high as a civil engineer, has express
ed, the opinion that for a sum of $300,
000, a road could be built to Haleaka-
la, .through the crater, out ' through
the 'caD.'and down to the coast Such
a scheme would do a tremendous
amount of .good lor, Maul, and Hale-
akala .would . become the world's big
gest attraction. ;The road as suggest
ed by Harvey, would enable people to
make a most Interesting trip. Tour
ists could'.aflto from Lahaina to Wal
luku, visit Jao Valley, call at Kahului
and Puuaene and then make the great
ir::
i ;'. The modern "Caloric" is a' compleie Cookstoye and will cook pra:ti
.;callj everything that can be cooked In n ordinary stove. ; '
M.iore man 7i or
besides a wonderful amount of time, labor and discomfort.
vlAII nutriment and delicious flavors.ai preserved. - No, scorching
burning.-. Meals are ready to serve at your own convenience ;
prices range from $11.50 to $280..'
XI 17. DIttOND & Co.,
Mm
apsiEiese Bazaar
Fort, near the Convent
trip up to and through Hateakala'and
' down to .. liana, where the steamer
' could be taken. Maul News. 3
THE POOROF THE PAST.
Collier's Weekly says", that the dif-
ceniury we, gun Deiween me ncn ana
the poor was wider than It Is today.
The suppdsed democracy of that time
was nonexistent The poor were far
poorer in that day than they, are now,
even if the rich are-richer today; than
the. rich were then.. ;; ; . , :
"At the time when Abraham Lincoln
was born the poor "of the United States
and the . poor included , mechanics
and laboring men lived on a; scale
which only the J recently-arrived Im
migrants' from - Europe, -'.Jntent on
making the greatest possible taaving,
would consent to accept today. The
wages which they received were only
a small fraction of the wages paid to
day,' the hours' were ,very : much lon
ger, and everything which they pie or
wore cost as much or-more than they
do today.- :'- y,l::y,":ti ''
And the. weal tbymaryof that day en
joyed every luxury which was then
known Jo the world" The rich men
and the , professional men of each
community ' constituted -a ' social xtris-
4W.D,W . a'A v- u Vw-
tocracyr and were lotked up to by the
M,u' 7
uiuie iuau Bttiue ciovb erer eujuy-
Seattle
- i fsT? llrT llN RTTkT VlrCQ v
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. V" " i CQ Sf i? - US"
?ff fi dl;hS?e8l,aC"
.tices. In fact, much of . the dishon-
festy'tn publlc life la traceable to the
I Influence of profit-seeking private In-
tflraofa
T I
n.. -.iAj.V- "IiiiL i.L
management the " tlilnols Central
r.Ilroi.d. th-t m& mnnth.
beinr robbld by some of
f Tbeaueged -JrregtrtartUes In -this
case, too, are much, like those charged
against officials and employes - In the;
public serv. The grafts if It exists,:
growipatffitthepcchse: 4t supplies,
nd eniiiTift&Bf;
tra hofses afidagohslind-paymenU
to employes for extra servicdit-f ; ;
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BAkEtf1 APPLE DtTMPLiNGS ;
" For- the x apple dumplings and ' tart
you make .the dough the same as for
biscuit and shortcake;- roll out-Vs the
dough; 4 inch - thick; "; cut into $
pieces, .Wash, ' pareV . .quarter. v and
core,' LDi3lesi' placed W ll'; Quarters
oh piece . dough; mdd 1 ; table-
spoon sugar to each one; as the
apples are still very sour. Brush the
edges- with milk and bring the dough
around the apples; put Into dakedlsh,
which has been brushed with butter;
brush the tops .with milk and sprinkle
with. sugar. Cover and place in mod
erate oven:;-20 minutes; 'remove ;th'e
cover and ' bake ' 2fT minutes more.
When he apples are very ' sour; you
do not cover with milk. Yoa use the
other; half of v dough;"to cover- pletln
for - the :".apple tartrPhlladelphla
North-American. ';'-".,,. .-o C- ii ,.'
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Special SLar-BuIIcUn Qorrespondcncv)
WAHINGTONrSepL 3. TEe.Ruii
sian ambassador and Mme. Bakhme
teff attended the moonlight . fete at
Eastons Point, a resort for the multi
tude at Newport, at which Mrs. Ollie
Belmont enff rtained all her friends id
smart society. It was gotten up as
an Incident of the visit to Marble
House; Mrs. Belmont's palatial home,
of. Miss Ine M Who! land. the sutfrag-
etter.; AJI the simple enjoymeiits of
4the beach for Its. everyday patrons
were at the pleasure of last night's
guests merry-go-rounds and -'wooden
horses, etc, and dancingrin the pavi
4ion, -where a beautiful arrangement
of : planu m and flowers ' changed ; Its
usual appearance. The women wore
handsome' evening dresses, C' though
less formal , atUre was also seen.
Supper was a simple; affair, hot
sausage- being one .item en the menu,
but there was champagne as well as
beer. Waitresses . In smart outfits
served instead of men, as a conces
sion to the feminine prowess prevail
Nng. . After the recent gorgeous enter-
tainments 'among the villa folk,- In
which both Oriental, and Louis i XVI'
splendors lirere . Imitated, ' Mrs. Bel-:
'raont scored a, great, hit with the
marked simplicity of her party. ' .
Mrs. Stlmcrfh i with the Secretary
Qt' War on his western -tour 'of. In
spection. The jr were in Chicago yes-
There was a. lively movement in lo
cal, real - estate this . morningi follow
ing: the visitation of MujuU an enter
prising Japanese who was brought be
fore the Mpnsarrat tribunal or -justice
facing the s charge of "making away
with one or ' more .wagon . loads ; of
earth dug from Kamebameha 'school
premises.-. . ' - v, ; '' r ('- '
' The police claim' that the Japanese
was in , line ; to derive" a profitable in
: oome . from hla, realty venture. The
. dirt was to be sold to i local contracts
ors. . -' . - ;-:...;
Police - Magistrate Monsarrat . sen
tenced the Japanese ' to spend,, thirty
days with Mine Host JAsch. . ; , f . ;.
A marked ! increase in Inebriety was
noted ; In : the calling., of police court
1 nmnrn ihln mnmfnC . Seven Victims
of xe vigilance were gathered in
the drag net yesterday, upon a charge
D. intemi)eran'ce,Three dollar fin ei
.ere inflicted in each" case -save one
exception: wher? a suspended .sen
tence of ? thirteen ;moths, was; given.
I , TBirn nrpinco
OLD-FASHIONED CURRANT; BUNS.
;OnWaiid bne-hall tuw warm; sweet
ll'IWnillsaiu' I4me:-;uft..yiaat-o
, one yeast; cake; '(If 'yeast 'cawe1 Is
ncoff dlRRhlVe ' fn irn ' 'of', lukewarm
water.'ojie-half 7 cup 'butter,- one cuprf
currants. Mafce '-a', fitut oauef . , li
rise over ntghti J in thermoralng stir
Irk as .much: Tlour aa ' you . ca?. with a
; sfobn ; "Let it - rise again,1 then knead
in enough flour to jnaae-out m smau
cakes," letlrise again and baker; In
qhlck bvenT ' Two eggs may Te, useid
in the morning! It Jlked. . r
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OLIVE AND WALNUT SAND.;
. . .; v: --WICHES. rfr.j:
Put!.EnglishwalnuJt8 through; the
meat chopper,' using , a' rather coarse
blade. Drain, thoroughly and chop an
equal; bulk of Oliver "stuffed with pi
merttoes using a chopping knife and
bowl, as the meat chopper squeezes
hese too dry. ; ? Mx. and add enough
mayonnaise; dressing --to mafie' a soft
Vaste. -.. Spread ;k between 'white or en
tirte wheat bread,; ;; .y , ; , ?; .
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wanted;
Reliable, experienced rock crusher en-
j glneer. ; Honolulu Iron v Works, Nu
f .iianu St. t Srr Af.-5341-3t
TO RENT.
Furnished room, ' with, or without
board. 904 Lunalllo, TeL 3267. . On
car: line. 4 r ' . 5341-3t
modiste:
Miss Nellie Johnson, 1119 Union St
; Evening gowns, lingerie dresses.
y ! : -" k-S341-3m ; V . ;
AUTO SERVICE.
- SELF-STARTERS. : . .
Ever-Ready Co.'; M. 1 C. King., man-
'f ager. Agents for Ever-Ready eif
:' starter. Autg repairing Richards
; and Queen Ste.; Phone 3636.
i,. 258-tf: - . v. c.
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D1RTFLY
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ALBERT.)
terday, and tne journey ja? arranged
will cover; a- month, y Becretary and
Mrs. Stim8on accompanied also
by their niece. Gen. Crozier and MaJ.
William "Lasslter.
The American, minister and Mrs.
Egan have returned, to Copenhagen
from a visit to the new king and
queen of. Denmark at d Marsalisberg
castle. Mrs. Egah'-has presented to
Queen Alexanuribe'a set ; of ; gilded
porcelain made In; Washington 'as art
example of ' wbat; American artistic
women can do. The new ; queen fa
keenly Interested in women's Work
and is a great patron of the famous
Danish hedebo ena(broidery.
Miss Therese Iselin, elder daughter
of Adrian Iselin,- Jr., and Irwin B.
Laughlin, first secretary' of the Unit- ;
ed States embassy: at Berlin, will be
married at noon Wednesday, Septenvl
Rochelle. There will be no attend
ants save that Mr Laughlin will have
his brother,. George M. Laughlin, as
his best man. iir.iseiin--wm give nis
daughter In marriage. Mr. and Mrs.
Laughlin will sail October 1 for Eu-
rope.
Miss " Iselin, with her father, her
sister. Miss booise iseun, ana Air.
Laughlin, will next week leave New
port, where they have been at Pinard
cottage No. 2, for New Jtochelle.-
T
COYIWPAI
; An Illustration of how' one new in;
dustry begets another; lsbeihggiven
by the Coyne Furniture Company,- Ltd.
This is' 7i windowldisplay of Hawaiian
cotton felt mattresses . and, of the coM
ton flayers of which they' are compos
ed. In the company's store, Alexander
Young-building.-: Bishop; street' '; ;
;;An etra fine," gfade of cotton, is
used; which' Is grown' by thp Kaneohe
Ranch Company -on the windward side
of this-island. vTbe. raw cotton, ; is
shipped to Seattle, where it is convert
ed into layers by .il process, that ; en
sures It against - . becoming . lumpy.
President Arthur Coyne ; of the comr
pany bearing his. name, who concelv.
ed . the idea of this -use- of natiyeqot-
ton, claims that the. new;mattress. hasJ
never bad . an equal in .anything,... he
has seen In his long, experience Jnvth
business.' . ' S'&fi:--?f-
; With Hawaiian xton titllizedTInJ
this- and other ..Jonal .industries, - as
ot hers will probab jy be. .created, ,af ter
this example, this territory, -will ; be
largely , independentt.of j-ihe-K.putslde
market for; the protabIe.dispJsairf
its cotton vcropaj 7. The fact that cotton
is .being; successfully?) raided., and turned-
Into ' manufactured' igoods I proves
that there is no reason fWhy the handi-
-eajpS'-of pestsiHndfailef ea "tietVintt
there should' stifle the Infant cotton-
growing indu8try.:'rWhat'wlththe aid
of the ; federal ' e'xperlmetft ; station
nothing is heeded to1 establish -it upoh
a firm, basis but a modicum of the
grit and perseverance; that have ;built
up the sugar Industry of these? islands
and has in later yea'rs made the bine-
apple'. Industry- the teaUst: auxiliary1
source of prisprity I
CARD OF thanks; '
The .family of the late John Wright
beg to thank their many friends for
kindness, sympathy-and 'J lowers' ; in
their ', late bereavement'- It
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WILSON To Mr. wd .Mrs. W.Wnsoh
of - .Paauhau -plantation,' :: Hamakua,
iHawail, .on Sept. 8,'i912, alaughter.
"' The Jordan dress .goods sale will
continue, until the wboie stock is clps,
ed oui-1 ' T -
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'V. Special :sale i of . lace curtains., at
Whitney. & Marsh. . ; ? 5:.
The' Best " Collection of Hawaiian
Poetry Ever Published -v ,
THREE EDITIONS
; De Luxe ' .
Limited to 100 Copies '
Bound in limp art leather, silk lined,
deckle edge paper, illustrated, with
. photographs
A Dainty Gift Edition, $5.00
Tapa . ,.
Bound in Hawaiian Tapa, boards
A Souvenir Edition, $1.50 '
Paper
Bound in rough cover paper
A Pocket Edition, $1.00
FOR SALE AT
Crossroads Book 5hoc
; ALEXANDER YOllNG BLDG.
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WELCOME
LocaJ ajumnt ;and : former; students
planning ; -:a' welcoine to u pr : H erbert J
Lbckwood Willett, one of the prpml.l
nent .members of the Chicago taculty,
when he ) arrirves here on- the Teny o i
through. .' , vv'-.-'':..;s'-;
There are half a doztn formed Chi
cagoans . already, listed" fori the . wel
come,1 which will probably be' in the
nature ' of a -luncheont Dr. S.D.
BaTnes, 280 Beretania street, is . In
charge of the arrangements and '-. the '
committee asks all alumni or former j
students to communicate with him at'
an early date.. : It la believed that
there are a number of Chicagoans who
have-not been reached. v ' ' ; : v
JDr Willett, is a 'noted educator, be
ing' a'mamber ofVthe departnSent of!
Semitic languages and ! literature. : He I
Is a' well-known orientalist. -' and a
popular, platform speaker. In a letter
to: Dr. 'Barnes he tells of hisjntended
vislt as follows: v ': V . '
' "I have jjust receded aluotd! fromi
MrvDignan saying that you mentioned,
stop ' In -Honolulu.;-: I , am; feure that
would be very, pleasant, provided, that
In the shortness of the time I have ' at
toy -disposal' it wllPn6t' interfere;'.with
niydutles to the. m,embers .ofmy Rar-.t-
A ; now-seems-'probabl-WeshaTl
reach? Honolulu oh the morning' : of
October, 3 and have just; the. one day
there.' 'Our ship. Is the TenyosMaru.
If a gathering: such: as you "speak- of
could be got at the " noon.hour, which
would .not involve Vthe spending ' of
very much, time on. my part, I should
(1e delififhted "to " meet" the ' group- of
.which you sp'eak." . ; ,': V
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' ; PEACH SHORTCAKE y
- Two and . a'haf cupa flour, 1 tea
spoons baking powder; teaspoon
salt, . BW tablespons - shortening, -
cup milk, s Sift the - flour, baking
powder and salt' into" bowl; add short
ening" and rub in very lightly then
add milk slowly until you have formed
a dough. v Dust t he , bake board wi th
flour and take half; for the " biscuit;
the other half is put on pie tin
inches thick. ' Brush both the biscuit
'and shortcake - -with; . milk , and, .bake
thf -bfscult"lS,to. 20 minutesarid' the
shortcake ,20 Ao 25 minutesi iffhef'-bis
cult; are split .for. the -.pucklberryi
float'' at luncheon and the shortcake
is .split and the ' peaches put on, the
bottom layer; .cover and dust with
iugar,. ' Twdlcnps "?of Soft peaches are
washed, ;parbd f and crushed; add
cup, sugar. This -can - be served with
whipped ;cifeahiJ ' over the " top' arid
.peach '-Julde- around the sides.
AMUSEMENTS.
II
T H E A T It R
Here are Four Feature Films that
you've never seen before and you've
oniy got lonignt ana Tomorrow Night
to view. them: -
No. 1 -M W ANTE D A WIFE"
No. 2. OIL"
No. 3-MON KENTUCKY SOIL"
No. 4. Comes on today's boat. Title
unknown, but sure to be a
; winner.
s
IF YOU'LL NOTICE The Films
that are usually featured as headlin
es on the Theatrical Menu are, with
this Theater, a steady diet. And it's
a diet that appeals to. those who-are
ill from seeing not-so-good pictures.
We know of ' many cures.
PRIME PICTURES PLEASE PEOPLE
Admission, 10c and 15c
FRED NOYES, Manager
Silva's Toggery,
Limited
THE STORE FOR GOOD
CLOTHES"
Elks'. Building
King Street'.
14.
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GHICAOOlSTfl::
Tn nn i
;m m W1LLLI I
MAW A
Patterns " rh, . .
Ladies CSS ; , - Chamois !
Joumai MaraMXilidl. '
Mm
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AT
New Fall
n
sets
and
AMUSEMENTS.
MJjOUTHEATRE
R. Kipling, Manager
AMATEURS
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OTHER ACTS CHANCED
Jugglers In Thrilling Drawing-room
. '-''''.'"-Act '- ;';" y ,--';
; ROBINSON BROS, and WILSON
"The Cabaret Boys'." -A Little Rag
t .v. Please" V(- - " .'
ALL NEW-RUN MOTION PICTURES
'-;i! Special . ' Photo Play -:
Two Performances Nightly 7:15 and
. ;- 8:45 " -.
PRICES: 10c, 20c, 30c v'' 1r
R. Kipling, Manager
, ..... I -' -
if
Ktfip Your Eye Open for John Bunny
4 Films
.COMPLETE CHANGE MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
PRICES: 10c and 15c
Vaudeville Matinee every Saturday
and Wednesday. 10c and 20c
Picture Matinee,
Daily 2:15
ATHLETIC PARK
Baseball for Sunday-
c
SEPTEMBER 15
HAWAIIS vs. STARS
ASAHIS vs. P. A. C.
First Game, 1:30 Second Game, 3:30
Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand and wings can be booked at 3B.
O. Hall & Son's -Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p. m.
at M. A. Gunst & Co,
King and Fort
edferh
and
tor
Toniwit
Eifl!re
Notion
nciures
Daily
Mil
of
Models of
Brascbres-
AMUSEMENTS.
a.frembnt
FIRST APPEARANCE
-;; ;'v. . j i' .'
SHORT SEASON '
The Art of O
ace by Poetry, of Moton
viiercereaa;
I
CLASSIC DANCER
Eng
Extraordinary
Late-Premiere Danseuse, Royal Onera .'
Co r St. - Petersburg; Principal Djn
seuse, Hammersteln's London Grand
Opera . Co Etc.'"
Sublime to Ridiculous
Monarchs of Animation
COMEDY COMEDY COMEDY
PROGRAM OF CLASS
A PROGRAM OF MERIT
Usual Excellent Pictures
Beautiful Carved Ivory
and Sandalwood Fan.
HAWAII "eV SOUTH SEAS
CURIO CO., -
' Vaung- Building
The Suititoriuoi
Only establishment on the
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
PHONE 3350
Island
ETerythJnff In the'prlntinsr Un9 at.
Star-BalleUn, Alakea . street Draacli, ;
Mcrcliant street
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