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" HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1912.
IN GREAT SKECH
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Black Velvet, Black Satin, Patent, Dull
Calf , Tan' Calf - - $3.50 a Pair
IlclEiePEiy Shoe Store
"If vou have confidence In me, then The celebration of the second anal
vote for a straight Republican ticket, vertarv of the overthrow of the Bra-
These men,' pointing at Colonel Sam ggnza dynasty, the fall of the Poiu- j
Parxer. tieoree F. Kenton, J. M. Dow- e.iese monarchy, and the establish-
sett, Robert IJ. Waipa, Andrew Cox. ment of the Republic of Portugal, is
A. i.... Castle and Geoige E. Smithies, telng observed today by the Portu
"are men whom you can trust The eues of Honolulu.
other Republican nominees, who. on in response to the invitation of A. j
account of their business engage- Canavarro. consul general or tne
merits, could not come here todav. are Fnrtnp-tieup renublio. several hundred!
equally as good men as those who are Portuguese will attend a dance to
soliciting your votes today. . jntsjht at Lusitana hall, Alapai and
"I can not do anything for you, po-; Lcnaliio, and several hundred other
I lltically. w ithout the election and co-' people, who do not dance, and as
J operation of the regular Republican many children, will be entertained
nominees. I ask you one and all to wth motion pictures and short talks
Tote for a Btralght Republican ticket cd ,he spacious grounds of the popu-
t Opening with the above words,
Prince Kunlo, Delegate to Congress,
made one of toe best and most con
vincing speeches of his life in Kane
Qhe yesterday afternoon. He, in corn
ier society. Major Carnara and G.. if.
AfTonso Wll lattend Jo the dance pro
grtjra, and refreshments will be served
during the evening. , ..
; Two years ago. today Manuel,. wow,
ex-King, ass driven from Portugal,
and, under the leadership- of . Theop-
a provincial., republican
rovernment was set up. . Some months
later a 00ns111u110u1u .evnvea4.1u11 niet j.
end decreed the establishment ,of the !
Republic ot Portugal, which, is today j
recognized by all world powers. -Oct
of the oldest republicans in the coua-j.
-si. Wm Olemcrjai him
To General Booth
: A- (Under th Auspice Of th rnterCrKirth Fdtrttion)
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J BIJOl) THEATE i
Ut ADDRESS BY C0i.0NECH9LANCHE .CCX
COLrBLANCHE'BCOX Sr.: ,
Commander of the Salvation Army in MUS,C BY CENTRAU UNIO CHOIR
' Hawaii ' . . ' ' ';' - vj- " - - - - -'-" t
d'Arriaga, was elected J
pany with others, and headed by Ror
!ert W. Shlnsle. conntv -treflaiirer. who hilo Braga,
went down tso Kaneohe to rpay oR the
roadmen, took the trip yesterday aft
ernoon and talked to the men there as
they received their wages X rem the
county treasurer. ''Bob" Sbjngje, act
ing as paymaster of the. cotmty and
chairman of the' open-air political
meeting, introduced Prince Kuhio and
the other candidates' 4o the electorate
Of Kaneohe.. . r,-.
Kuhio, according to those wfto we'nt
i along in the. party, delivered a strong
and most , convincing speech to the
voters mere, ana at we conclusion or Te following Uyhopi!?. of aig&eea
iai. 6ivu ruutoiug aim Dy prof. jagger on the Kilauea nation-
UlUSiaStiC Cheers. ..s t i ,-Trw AaUvaraA at iha Mllo
LARGER fARK SCHEME
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as far as the Hawaiians were concern
ed was as follows: r i
nourished it, until it bore fruit, and
now t&e fruit is, ripe and you ' are eat
ing It. i?,Why should you nOW wish,, to
cut down the tree?' ,ThJs brought a
storm of kokuaa, and the tree in ques
tion yr III, probably, bear a number of
Republican jvotes as . a consequence.
Hawaiian :For.-Him. . :
After;, his speech, the... -Hawaiians
present promised to urge others to
ote a stralghi Republican. ticket They
said after the meeting that the Prince
nas done well while a Delegate -in
V'ongress. They-Jklso declared " they
would i, listen - to the - advice of their
alii' and vote for a straight Republican
ticket in November. t r -
t Whn the. people in Waiajiole, Link
McCandless'. stronghold, heard that
KuhJo and the, other candidates of the
Republican party;-bai arrived in Ka
neohe, they immediately mounted their
horses an -came to the meeting place,
i Col. Parker, candidate for mayor,
was. - next introduced by "Shingle.
Standing, befofe the electorate, majes
tically,, and. .extending his . rjgti arm
like that of the statue of Kamehame-
Jlia the Great which ttands in front ol
;the Judiciary Building, he spoke out
j loud and clear. He. said that he was.
reauy 10. aamimster tne a u ties pi tne
office ot. mayor, andrifthat ;if .'elected
he 1 would' .welcome them in his office
The Hawaiians, cheered ;cand applaud
ed, as they, heard oM "Kamuela Pa
kJt." Some - of the bid natives, who
have worked for the Colonel in Vai-
Lntea declared that: bet iteajnostvbosir
taoie and Kind to his worklngmen rv
the ranch. .
Not -Hookano" He Said. ,
'Those who call me "hookano"
proud, can not substantiate that
statement," said Parker. "Over in
Waimea, I have fed hundreds and hun
dreds of the Hawaiians who worked
on the ranch. I have ea ten-together
with them" be concluded. .
.George E.f Smithies, candidate for
(treasurer, made his maiden speech in
f George F.,Rentpn, spirant ;fotf sen
ator, find known by the Haranas as
Ttteokabi" also wadecWs .saluation
to n the..electorate. v He said.uthac it
electeU;he will do.iwhat iiSi'rigbt, and.
jUSt. its -Vr .vftl t-
v J. Dowsetit, also Tunning-' for ienr
otor, was next introduced to the audi
ence, y Do wsett, well known to the
Hawaiians as the Vkiki hanau o ka
aina," son . of the soil-rjreferred to
ki? record, while a senator .tn.the past.
He assured his hearers to-do what
1 i pololei. He, too, was given pro
Wm. H. Crawford, who went along
with the party, ably acted as Hawai-
ion Interpreter; Today he went along
with the Republican party to Hauula,
where a large and interesting congrer
gation of (the Mormons is being held.
The party'ill return this evening.
Those who went down to Kaneohe
yesterday afternoon beside the can
didates were R. W. Shingle, Wm. H.
Crawford and John H. Wise. They
returned in the evening.
AT PALAMA TONIGHT
-. in .
Ar Palama Settlement this evening
another entertainment in the way of
a moving picture show will be held
in the gymnasium at seven-thirty. Sev
eral interesting films of travel and
i industry will be shown, and a gen-
Arol invitflH-.ri Viae hoon ic?ciiH trt 11
the people of the district to attend.
The past week has been a busyohe
for the settlement. On last Monday
the boys and girls were given instruc
tions in first aid to the injured. On
Tuesday a class in clay modeling was
held, and on Wednesday all the boys
went on a scout game up in the hills.
Thursday lessons in dancing were
given and on Friday a sketching class
was held. Great Interest is being
taken in tliese classes by both the
boys and the girls. The swimming
I tank continues to be a great favorite.
and Hip classes in the well equipped
gymnasium are in full swing.
i One of Kuhio's most telling remarks comJuerciaI convention, is from the
J. A. Balch delivered an address
'on the sunject of wireless telegiaph 1
a f 1
which was very mteresung ana wnigji
was followed by the talk, of the e.ven-1
tng, by Professor Ja?car, from the Kll
ai'ea observatory. The main subject
which be took up, was -the proposed
Hawaii National Park. He,.8ppke very
8trpngly; . against , the present, plan,
which was too small to be of any use,
according to bis view. He e-tated that
J there appeared to be a gener' mi-
apprehenson Qf. tne effect oi , a nation
al park upon those owning-or- holding
property within its -bounds. Such prop
eity. Prof. Jaggar Stated, would not be
affected in any -way but would cbn-
vtlnue in its present status, save Tor
certain lines drawn on the map. He
gave as an Instance' ipf. tMs the fact
there were ranches -Within the limits
or Yosemlte which -were conducted
without any interference 'by the Fed
eral authorities and r that the gredn
Sequoia Grove -was wned by a iprtv
ate individuals who 'might If be rsaW
fit, cht down arnthe Wonderful trees.'
Professor .Jaggar washed to see the
entire section of Kllauea,' Mauna Loa
and Hualalal, Included in ;fhe 'boundar
ies, and was especially strong for ttie
taking of . tbe last nained. mountain,
which he stated was one of : the most
interesting in the worid. He also -wished
to see a tf&tionil park at Haleaka-
la. Vhen the canal is nnisned, ne
At the Price
cf an Americam.Pffcihict t
On lehaTf of "the" 5011 Rexalt drug stores, th. United Drug Co. of Boston t has. contracted for ths outpat'
Soap Factory, near Paris.
FreVich soaps, at a
This enables us to offer you a tp list soap, equal ifi every resptct to the exptntlve
The Harmony Savon linens rpade in four.dtrt: .
VIOLETTE DES B.OIS - HELIOTROPE - ROSE OE MAI
It makes a creamy lather and leaves the skin aoft and velvety. The odor Is d&lcate and fasting.
75c a boix of
it?- . , , . , . Sold .only lat our store. Come In and let us show you. K
T n i iid'il ' - 1 1 i i - if
stated - that unr the plan that he
Park would be better nown and parti
cularly to f oreignets than" any harfon
al park in thu interior of the United
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The dedication of 'the now: Japanese
church on ' Nuuanu street' will take
place ' Sunday afternoon at two-thirty.
The dedication will be .presided over
by Rev. P. S. Scudder. and amusical
program has been arranged for the
occasion. The address for the , occa
sion will be made by Rev. D.. Scud
der,' and following this short, talks
will be made by Hon. F. .W. Frear, S.
Kurusu, Rev. W. B. Oleson Rev. "W
K; Poai, Rev. S. Nakamura and Rev.
W. D. Westervelt
. The Newcomers Club will hold It
second meeting tomorrow afternoon
at the Of JtIG.A, Jeginnlttf at- f otrH
o'ploclTrpm foulr Jo if our f qrty.-nvei
Anderson's orchestra will play In tbe
lobby and will render the following
Vrogram: ' " .
i Funiculi-Funiculi ....... .. . . . Denza
Violin Solo . . . . . ..Oregorio Domingo
Cello Solo,; selection)! front the;
I "Chocolate Soldier" . . . .. .Anderson
ThnA.Pno-rnTfn9 of hfeiiMi tmdt I Cavalliera , Rusticana. .. .... .Mascagnl
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had laid out, ; the Haivali ' Natldnal !FhotA.EBfirroTinie PSant
ean be secured from the Star. Bulletin ' Hungarian Dance Ko. 5 ,. . . .. ; Brahms
,: fJi Following the codbrt . a tneting
will be held In CqoXe Hall and the
discussion will be liTby. Ed.. Towse.
At fhtettbirty afellowsalp supper will
be held in the cafeteria, after which
!Revfc .Dean Rockwell WIckes will ad
dress ;the.tnetaber3,qf. the jaeetln.
Mr. A. Blom 4eaves on the next AV11
helmina for the mainland on a gen
eral buying trip preliminary, to plac
ing the latest la dry goods ?.t tha
disposal. of. Honolala .pec;: fr the
Christmas season. Mr. Blon will go
-East and take In all the princl;al cea
ters where the best bargains and the
latest styles, are available. . .
AflSert Keawekase received slight
injuries yesterday. by,la!3 run over
by a laundry wacca while ri his
wheet,on Krs street The d. rer of
the wagon, & H.rCarvln, paid ;r the
damage to Ho bl ;-cle.
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The Coolest and Most Attractive
Wmt Mo Advaee"nirl"
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A varied table d'hote
and a la carte service
1 '- in f.
Patrons of the old Palm will find the same comfort
and the same prices in the new restaurant