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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 190.
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at ISO Kins street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
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SEI'T 21. r.HMi.
THE KD1TURS EDITION
The rc-sul.ir Mnn of tin- lliillntln 11
pleuucl) t Ill II' hIiiiu- r uullnl-il
pRilm- tthlili the tnun Ins Riven the
FJieclil i-iliiinu nf tin- II11II1-1I11 Himl
by thu ini-ntl tm of the C.iliriirul.i IMi
tnrlal Ahh latum.
gatfil'iiy .liilinwnl pionilsi-il that It
lYoilllljiif .1 "liilinwo.-" If the nii'li 11111I
Worni n from the -ninth nine linik hiild.
IHh piiillitiou w.is fiilfllleit In the let
In iiititlf Itin to the excellent e uf tho
lunduet luiiu-'l mil. which In riiunlui:
.!..... . I 4 ! ulll.Ul.n . nhiiill.iiimli. f.o. t I ..
- wall Oiat will k'i ln-ouli-asl thriiuglmiit
I llin rjTiiutry. the lllillitiu inn testily
I In 'the Hiiperioilty uf tho Callfnrul.i
I lit u IT art liiinllwx iilnl oHIi e workers. It
was by fur tho lieu edition of the II11I-
irun eer put out nnu we nre niciiiicii
tn bellee,l nnuilu r Item In the list
of pIc.-iMiies that will he rei-lled by tho
lirlulit linwupapi r woibern.
Nil piiper or iiioniotlon pamphlet
ever Kiif oiil fiiini II.IWIIII will al tract
wider ntlentlon. The novelty of the
I r, 1 1 1 1 1 u wrliei'H I.iMiib lomuiunil ot n
lienspal.ir In Hawaii will nssuie the
Isjuri firm pl.ice on dm of the exchuuge
pile.iiiid the pleasing wanner lit wlildi
Mho expeilruteh while here nre told
will put every line lu tho Hchedule ot
good copy. Every m.ui nnu woman
who reads the Hlnry us mir fili'liiW ImVe
told It will be filled with tin umhlllou
to tome to Hawaii nml shurn In the
Rolnl tlfliiKH l() which the truthful C.ll
ifornliiis mnlte 11llld.1v It.
The llulli-tln Is to well sallslleil with
the ic8ult thai It will inula- 11 Ktnnil
Ilig offer to the 1'iomiHloii ronimllle
to turn tills miner oxer for one ihy to
r"tiio ineiiilieiti of evei) eilflnrlal iiv'l-
nt ion 1l1.1t ionics tills m)-- nlwny:)
ipifeiibl) Ihu k'imhI fellowH and III-triieim-
lulled -of tlio t-'oiithein Cali
fornia IMIiiirl.il AnMirl.iiioii.
LOVE ONE" ANOTHER.
The California edllnrs have sue-
e-tlid Hi making tho llutletln. for
one day ill least, a very readable pa-
, per Tlfrp I n professional air iibout
the publication whli h we do nm re
nni'iiihci In havo oliseived before, and
thh opinions ute broad ami sensible.
Tlio nppiciiniiiui shown tun Adver
Uht. by numerous quotations lioni It,
IH-Miinctliliig vc wish to loidlally ac
l.iowledge. It Is 11 matter of regret
to this loiiinal. wlili li desires even Its
e'liinpctitnix to reflect thu Intellectual
mid moral piogresH of Ihu communi
ty', tb.it the California management of
thi Ilulliiln Is not to continue IM
cljlu Commercial Aiheitlser editorial.
Jt Is 11 !i!naiiie to havo caused the
AUVerilncr jl.ippincMl nil Ulli- ih,-iiiiiii,
'btlt Its lommrnt nlso suggests the
giunt of 11 pig when 11111 oxer hy nu
uiw willing ran tho frnnchlso of
l'nir our voier.4 would (nun- the wild
c$t uproar Imaginable. Yet ihu llg
li cH of tho Keglslratloii lluaid for the
(utility or Oahn hliow that Icbs tliun
liilf of our citizens entitled to vuto
Ijivo taken btiinclent interest In tlu
inatler to eiiloll thlr namus.
i'l'liu record-of thu bool.ti Is herlous.
'i ho period of 1 egls ration is inplilly
11 ipruachlng Its eloso. Tlio canvass
li ,b been Indifferent un.l tho voters
ii jparcntly lgnonint of Ihu necessities
ii Hie, situation.
'1 Hvt'iy citizen ol tlio Tenllory
1 r 1011I1I lemeiuber that in older to vuto
1, tho onilng election ho. must regls
I r. H nutl-i'S no dllTerenro Hint he
) glHlcti'il ' fast year 'nuil bus not
i langcil bin icsldence.
ICarh votei must bo registered
A few botira of today yet leiualu
for reglstratlbri. Those" who can get
to the headquarters of the Hoard
should do no. Others should take
special notice of the date of the
Hoard's return from the country and
f,i'o to It that their names nre on the
register nt tho earliest possible' date.
Don't let your Interest In the nomi
nees uf the party so district your at
tention that you will forget to satisfy
the demands of the election law.
Your ote will he needed at the
Figures Show That Rush
Next Month Will
Tomorrow the Hoard of Registra
tion will ttnr. on Its tour nround tho
Island to register the uiterB In the
f.utside districts. It will return on
Oi tolicr 1 nml will sit until October 9
Inclusive, which will give eight act
ual session das. In which to register
I bo Honolulu (iters who hao not ill
teady done so.
It Is certain that the work during
I !iei;e last eight dnjs will bao lo be
done with n rush. If nil the voters an
te be leglstered. The folluwlug fig
tires show the numbers of voters In
the I'ltlh who bavu registered com
lured willi the number uf voters who
leghleied last year!
I'reelnetB. Thlsjear. Last year.
T 227 304
S 1.14 473
9 -'15 402
10 104 488
II U.7. 27R
Total 12C0 2002
While the nhovo flguren, on account
of the rearrangement of -tho prei
cluets, do not give a fully accurate
iiinriarlHon, the totals show- that al
most ouMialf of the voters in tho
city prccluttH of the I'lfth have yet
lo leglsler. lb-sides the city voters,
twenty-threo County illstrlit vuteis
have already registered, taking the
iluinio of doing so during visits lu
lu the rourth the situation Is still
nidi peilous than lu the KICIIi, only
1,7.. volerB liavlng registered so far.
as against IM-I who registered last
The Cniinly Committee of the
I'muili will UiIh evening .meet Hie
l.iesldentR nml secretaries of the va
lions preclne'H lu the Fourth in order
lo dlKeuss nunbiires to relieve tho
Deputy Attorney (leneral Mllvcrton
left for Hawaii today to light tho i'e
peekeo boundary case. The (loveru
ment claims that the I'epeekco Sugar
Co. has taken over 870 acres of guv-tinmt-ut
Jaml on a faint) boundary.
The visiting editors took u drive up
Tantalus in stages this afternoon,
flailing at I p. in. This afternoon they
will In- entertained by xarlous private
p.irties, wlille tomorrow will bo dewil-
cd lu jut king and shopping.
AlexacJer Young Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
H. HERTSCHE MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
Maklkl District, Klnau St. Lot
50 x 90, Six Rooms, Price $1900
Puunul Tract, near Country Club,
magnificent building site $1500
Kalihl, cor. Lot at good eleva
tion, 105x150 $700
Kalmukl, half acre, Just one block
from Car line $800
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT 8ts.
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co,. Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
la going to be the leader
In attractions at Halelwa,
Roomi are In demand and
there will not be accom
modation! for all who
would go, Reeerve now.
St, Clair Bidgood.
kifVi; i M klMTB
All tho way down King street from
the Courthouse this noon tho people
on the sidewalks strained their necks
and wondered what kind uf a raid had
been made by the police. Tho pattol
wagon, with a nuVnber of the most
piouilucut liusiuejs men In Honolulu,
was hurrying In the direction of tne
polio iitatlun, Women were making
comments of nil kinds such as. "What
can Cupt. Houlc have done to be tak
en down town In the patrol wagon?"
"Johnnie Soper must have got him
self Iut6 voinn nice scrape to be taken
through the streets like that." "Why
there's S. Allen Walker, t should
think that If he were tinder arrest he
might get the policeman to take him
down lu a hack and publish all about
It, by going through the streets In the
. 'lheru was a string of lawyers'head-
ed for the police station on tho dead
run, sceullug a chance fur fut tees,
l'olltlclaus, thinking that their aid
would bu needed to hush mutters up,
tumbled uver tl'cmsetvcs In their rush
for Merchant street.
Special Officer Chester Doyle and
two other olllcers were evidently In
charge of the party as they Bat at the
cud of 1 lie wagon unit guarded their
prltonorH, As tho Bulletin ofllco was
passed every man In thu wagon turned
round und tried tu keep out uf sight,
but it was 110 use mid a snap shut was
taken ami would bo used for publica
tion but fur the fact that the lllm wns
Inuulry nt tho Sheriffs office has re-
Milled lu the claim that the men were
not under arrest and that they were
t-eftlng on 11 jury at the court bouse
and that they lode down on tho patrol
"wagon simply In order to keep out uf
the rain. Doyle refuses to say any
thing, but It Is thought that he knows
the entire truth uf the matter
The ship .Marlon Chllcott left this
morning nt 9:1i for Monterey under
her own sail. I he oil steamer Hose-
craus was tu linve towed her, but the
Pacific Mall hud been negotiating with
the Meaincr's owners to send the vessel
to .Midway to the assistance of tho
.Mongulla, No Instructions to proceed
lo Hie wreck lad been I (Helved, but
her captain bail been ordered tu turn
over Ills towing apparatus to Captain
alctralf, and lo wait fur further orders.
Ho wns Hill valtlng when the news
was leeched that tho Mongolia hud
The transport .Sherman departed nt
II o'clock this morning for tho Coast,
taking with her a lurge number of tiid
passengers of the stranded transport
Sheildau, who have been for several
weekH awaiting nu opportunity to get
nwny. She bad 11 luige passenger list
iromf the Orient, most uf whom con
tinued on their way to San Francisco.
Socrates Lived in a Tab
It was his own. He understood the
pleasure of ownership.
fie Owned His Home
Many unthinkingly pay rent year after
year. Let ua tell you a home or a lot,
so that you may
Own a Home Yourself
and not pay tribute to a landlord. If
one can build a house and afford to
rent It to you it certainly looks as tho'
It were cheaper to build or buy and
pay rent to yourself.
RENT and company
938 FORT 8T.
M a A alBatV
little udor I
Boys and Girls
come as near be
ing; perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Are Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
Little Tudor Rompers
g;tye, a pleasing variety to
wearers of the Play Suits.
We have just received a new
shipment of all three.
AGES: 1 fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
Dissentions in the Repub
lican Camp Are
MATTER IS NOW ADJUSTER
FIFTH DISTRICT CONCEDES TO
THE FOURTH THIRTEEN REP
RESENTATIVES ON THE
reace and harmony, which aeemed
for a lime to have deserted the Kc-,
publlcnn camps of the Kourth and
Filth Districts, havo returned once
more. Tlio differences that threat
ened early In tho week to cause trou
ble hae been adjusted and the, con-
lendlnc factions have cot together
and renewed their nlcdiiei to work
for thu good of tho party and tho
RiiccoM of Its efforts in tho cam
The matter of the representation
from the two districts was the bono
of contention oer which tho oppos
ing factions wcro growling. This has
been tettled to tho satisfaction of all
(oucerned, and the County Commit-'
lee appointed at tho recent conven
tion Is now ready to take up the real
work uf the campaign. Tho troublo
wns settled yesterday afternoon at
tho meeting of tho Joint committee
from tho two districts, appointed to
find a solution uf tho difficulties. This
committee, consisting of Messrs.
Cook, (Jorman, Zlegler. Iloyd, Castro
and Jones for the Fourth District,
und Waterhouse, Vldo, Kaletopu, Fer
nandez. Kanepnii and McCnudlcss for
the Filth, met at Hepubllcan head
quarters at li o'clock yesterday after-
liuon to talk matters over and endeav
or to arrive at somo compromise on
the differences existing lu regard to
the membership of the County Com
unuirniau iioncnson eaucd tno
meeting to order 'and asked for sug
gestions as lo Koine niunner of get
ting together 'on 'the rkurimlttce ques
tion, tie said , lie understood that
both districts had held luucuses on
the matter. Hijaskcd It tho Filth
District members ''would oppojo any
objection' tu iia amendment to tho
mica uf the varjy. equalizing tho
number of representatives In the two
Mr. McCundlegs stated that the
t-Tllh District hud held a meeting and
decided that It would not bo just tu
reduce tho number In that district.
However, tlio Fifth would have no ob
JCctloii tu Hie I'ourth rpctltlonhiK the
Central Cpminlttee t havo tho rep
resentatlnu "of h llwurth raised to
13. Tho Fifth tinly'vcauted tho rules
of the party followed. Jones asked
If the Fifth would sceond a motion In
creasing Iho representation from the
Fourth to 13. t' McCandless repllod
that they would. They were willing
to eonceed 13 representatives to the
Fourth, following tho rules of the
Jonea mad 3 a statement In behalf
of Cook, whoso proxy ho held to rep
resent the Kecond I'rccinct of tho
Fourth. Mr. Cook, he said, thinks the
proposition made ought to bo an ac
ceptable one, und If It were adopted,
he would use his best endeavors to
get down to business and work for
harmony. Kveryonu ought to get bo
hlud 'the .candidates slid lose no more
1 1 1110. Someone should Immediately
bo elected treasurer In whom tho
community has full confidence, tn'gct
out after funds for tho campaign. It
will be a bard Job lo get them, and
tho work should be taken up at once.
Cook Rays that If Mr. Watorhouse
will take tho treasiirershlp, he will
assist Watcrhouso In every respect.
There wns 0110 objection lo Water
house for 'he position, said Mr.
Jones, and Hint la that ho Is not a
member of the County Committee
from the Fifth, only holding a .proxy.
Iloweyer, ho thought that one mem
ber was rendy to step aside ami allow
Waterhouse to became a member of
tho committee. Waterhouse holds
(loodalo's proxy. If someone makes
room for Waterhouse, (loodalo would
glvo his proxy to tho man who step
ped aside, thus allowing him a seat
lu Iho committee. ,
McCandless suggested that Water
house get Mr. l'ilanala to withdraw
temporarily in favor of tho former
At this point Iloyd called the meet
ing hack to tho original proposition
and was supported by tho Chair, 1
Chairman Hobartsoh.', asked Lane If
he would support a proposition to In
treaso the representation of the
Fourth District to 13. Lano replied
In tho affirmative. Thu Chairman
said that ho understood, then, that
tio proposition , was ngrceoble to all
concerned. 'TfiefH"waii'no dissent,
and (larman rnoved that ,tho commit
tee recommend to Iho Central Com
mittee to change the rules so as to
allow the Fourth the- sauio represen
tation as thu Filth. , The 'motion was
seconded and cuirled without opposi
tion. The Chnlr suggested that It was not
necessary, for the present, to lake up
Iho matter of tho treasurcrstilp, as
that could be Buttled ill the County
Jones offered a suggestion in the
Hue of harmony, that at all meetings
of the County Committee representa
tive leaders of tho Fourth and Fifth
Districts should come In and usslst
tho County Committee. This, he
said, would greatly strengthen that
body and expedite matters. Tho
Chairman said ho thought the mem
bers of the Central Committee were
leudy at ull tlmea to assist In every
Boyd refened lo tho matter of rog-
Democrats Will Have
Rose In Ticket For
As the time la growing closer to the
Democratic convention next Monday,
a regular Democratic ticket Is grad
ually formlnlg out of tho chnotf of un
certainty and supposition which has
enveloped tho possibilities heretofore.
A eouiilc of new and Important can
didates have finally been found, who
are willing to plaro their names on
the ticket. These are Wade Warren
Thayer. Charles U. Uone nnd Col. Mc
Carthy. The latter was offered the
nomination for Henntorf a few dayt
ago. He did not accept It, however.
until this morning, when ho delldcd to
announce himself formally as being In
Thayer will undoubtedly be the can
didate for Coonty Attorney. Tho nom
ination wns first offered to E, M. Wat
son, who, becauso he ran for the sariie
office last year and made an excellent
showing, was considered as haVhiif
sort of an option thereon. Watson
dl not ncccpt It, as he felt It would In
terfere too much with Ids nrcvate
practice. The nomination wag (hen
offered to Thayer, who accepted.
Charlie Hoso has been offered the
nomination for County Auditor, and
has alto been spoken of as a cundldate
for Supervisor. While it Is probable
that he will be placed 011 the ticket
for Auditor, Hose himself, when seen
this forenoon, did not state any pier
crence. Ho was tn the hands of Ills'
friends. Hose has for years been In
the employ of the Wilder, nnd later the
Inter-Island Steamship Co. lie Is a
prominent member of the St. Luuls
College Alumni Association and sev
eral other organizations, nnd is ex
pected to be able to Rive Jimmy Melt
noil a run for his money.
The choice of tho Democrats for
Deputy Sheriff Is uncertain, Harry
QJuen nnd William Jarrctt being both
mentioned as likely candidates. Cur
tis laukea Is the undoubted choice for
Sheriff and Trent for Treasurer.
Abraham Fernandez, Frank Harvey
nuil II. T. Moore are out for senatorial
honors, but It has pot been decided
which of tho two former shall run
at large. The fourth Superaisor hag
hoc yet ucen ueciueu.
Regardlul the nomination far Dele
gate opinions are divided. The most
popular Idea Is (o leave Ihut place
vacant on tho ticket, but some want to
nominate someone, althouglult Is gen
erally conceded that CuplU will have
it watlc-over, while nt ill others' want to
endorso Notify. Tho latter course will
probably not bo taken' aa, there Is
strenuous opposition by most of the
prominent Democrats tp anything that
eaors.' of fusion wltlf.,Uie;llorao uul
crs. The ItcprcaentatlveS will prob
ably nil be Hawaiian; - , ., '
will contain a cartoon lUageited to
the Bulletin artist by the California
Editors Taking Potaettlon. ' - '
A decree granting William McDer
mott a divorce from Kuhaleone Mr
Dermott. on the grounds of habitual
Intemperance was filed this morning.
The decree wns granted by Judge Do
The Democrats will bold a caucux
tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Wavortcy
Istratlon, saying that the voters have
lip to the present time been very
slurl; about registering.
Jones at this point offered the sug
gestion that the three members who
will eventually bu appointed from the
Fourth bo allowed to sit with the
County Committee so as to familiar
ize themselves with tho work. This
would give the commltteo threu
nioro activo workers, who, while they
would have no authority, would bo
enveloping Into workers.
McCandless said the Fifth would
lur no objection to that.
Iho Chair said he thought the mat
ter of registration was ono to be tak
en up by tho Central Committee.'
This concluded the business of the
meeting, and the Joint committee ad
join ncd. ' t
TO MOVE TO THE STORE
AT THE COR. OF FORT
will be In action at the old
store until the last minute,
& Co., Ltd.
CREMi PURE Rl
Rich and Mellow ?
902-004 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN SOS. ;,
A IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES HQUORJi-
I Always bring
othatr daatilur cloua not Have- TMa
time t!ir will be un ubundane
1 of tfood thin km frori? the coaot,
Better look Into it for your Sun- .'
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 44.'
If you can get your cloth.es made to your individual measurt for.
the same price as yu pay for ready-to-wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge the same aa the ready-to-wear
people, but we give satisfaction.
Our suits for $25. are beyond comparison In thtsT town. '' ' '
Geo-Ai. Martin; lf5SSBT'
Home, of Good Things
Don't that soundfdfooj
r of denial,, we believe
? There Is
fear of denial,, we believe we can claim our candles are 'near perfection.
The candymaker here Is an exoert and Is always furnished with first.
class supplies. .. ,. ,,, . .- . , . ,
You can get any kind at The Palm, Including Chocolates, Creams, Taf
fies, Etc. 1 v a I . ,
If you prefer Imported candy and want the best ask for LOWNEY'S
or QUNTHER'S. We sell them.
Ludwigseif & JuriKclaus,
Just Received, a new Stock, among -which
will be found many new designs. A
uarge selection at all Prices at
H. F. WICHMAN & Co., Ltd,
T ItJaU T T .1 7Tf 1
tHW1 1 . V t-a '
Y.'SUGA SHOTEN, -
Wlioluaule und Retull Liquor Dealer,
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquor. Banzai Saloon In connection,
., IWILEI AND KINQ 8TREET8.
POSTOFFICE BOX BOG. TELEPHONE MAIN 12.
uh jMimathfriB tha
Ice Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
" ' Bakery and Lunch Room
perfection In all things and without
A Modern Business
has revolutionized his methods of. fif
ing correspondence, bllls'and, mfmo
randa. The Modern Business Man,
Merchant or Manufacturer It rie'raljy
spprieed of the very complete stock
we. always keep on hand of i
villi LETTER AND BILL FILES1'
-! -CABINETS. ETC..
.lettered to meet all requirement.
Special Attention Given to Country
Orders by Mall, -- - . f
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC
Wall, Nichols Co,, Lid.