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tii , uiuiti hip ii.iner un Harry .Mur-
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Hti, IjUH llfHIl Rl) HIKCCBBflll 111 lipSCt-
if iik tlio nlliR"d idatrsmen of Now
Vrk tiAt it In clinii' time the hl?li and
h ?nW'ty "n1'' r'all.cd that making
fjiciw ut a iiinu whti docs things has
inlulilv lllll.. pfTdt nn ttm niMinlp.
' OH'cfru and men of friendly natlonn
,' nro nlv,nyn olfTiii.j la this port of
JTnw.ttl. It Ik ' ti hoped that the
. .fnp,iiiL"i ictci imi will enjoy Ihem-
mv.i. and tli.it cvrry Incident of their
, Miy will net to in .10 permanently co
' nifeiil tlit filoudrliiii existing between
the tliihPd Ktuti's i America and tha
Itmntui nf Jan.m
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If an iutplli;ent citizen of I lie
t County of Oiihu needs an argument
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JxtL i M,r " lnr llM nvuiijiii ui'imuiiiun
hV !. 1: f li.i alum!.! llml nitmlp mnlprlnl
ia lin illKplay of treachery Incident to
..)- the alt(gid pniclilng up of tlio Demo-
1'lin niinouurcmpnt Is iniule that the
DymocraU will place on their ticket
OliuiTc.! llmad, ho participated In
' Ibe Jlrpuldlcnn prlmnries nnd would
lave lakpii u nomination from the Ho
j.nlillnui (oiiventlon. '"1'liey will aluu
l:ll(o inlo ilii'li'Jold Joo Kern, who nut
J f.i.ltf funk ii:ill In thp Ilptiiihtlpnn lirl.
im.iiIoh, hut .a.s n member of tlio ltc-
Iti pnhlli.iM toiiM'iitlon that named tlio
A. lUpiiblUnn tlcktt for tlio Lcgislntnro
nijtl tlm fViinty olllces.
T Tlio itlthdrawitl of theao men from
tlii Ht'iiiililkaii lanks does not repre
ut any prlutlple, largo or small.
I.iicl: of principle Is plaMured all mcr
It, Kank polltltr:! treaihery Is tlio
Bialnxpilug. To foster such political
piracy Is to promote political dlshon
rat) mid put disloyalty on a pedestal.
Thn opportunity offers for tho
ItHouglitrul citizens of this County nnd
of oilier CmintliM wlicru similar nrac-
;S)iii uirt In fvldeneo to ilcmonstrato
iV tlutlr NlialRln voto that thev stand
Sfl.lHn, IV... 1... ..II.. n .nnt. nn.l In ... In.
'I.lj.i. IUI ,.IJ..IIJ. I.f 1IIU.I ami LU IMIli1
I Vii'lo as nr,nlns Individuals who are all
P&jIjIiikh In .ill nun and nn thing for po
'f.'ifllloal ulici'. that while thev mav illf
Mhjla In Inilivlililttla nnlv nnn nninlf.n
JiifWnttfc na try nm print etntpsmpn nnrl
W'M'fi1 nwlalf i
wvlppriBBii. pnirniwn citv
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"ino piiljlieinillillug Rlio la a llo is
'Mid with the t'ltv of Honolulu. Kn
rullv h If that no errors of enthusiasm
' ifWHlq Ullov ci ntcntlpii to kill It.
Out iiogjilr slujiild t.UiO a lino from
llii nxM.rk'tiM of utheru and endcuror.
I&" If kfii.a.lil, If nut rnln tlia nm.ptit
y'Fy good piosppct by Indulging In n
p tit'iuruti HCIJJ11111U14U uier u iuuu'.t
.Mliiri is cil or siitiiiiu oti jcu ia 1110
nuthoiltiog in V.i8hlngtun.
'I'Jmro l $lS0,do0. In tho National
'I'lVilauiy to lio applied to tho pur-
llirilici .if n P.lilf pnl fiiillillnr. Kiln In flila
k ttlti'. TemlciH Jmvo been called and
;fi "iUb ciwiifi of nvallablo sites havo put
Uislr iiruiuisals beforo tho department
In.iniipcr lorni. It Is now up to tho
Ripitin In W.ishlngtdn to select. It will
)? tlio. p.tit of wisdom for tho people
Delegate to Congress
i, K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourtl) District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
C. W. QUINN
W. T, RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
.tnufci a uimucQ
Rcpretentatlvca Fifth District
8. P. CORRCA
A. S. KALEIOPU
It. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRI8
3. C. DWIQHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HU8TACE, JR.
S. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
IILNRV C. VIOA
L. B. NAINOA
M. K. LELEO
if Honolulu to withhold from nn at
tempt tu Interfere with tho Judges.
The United Htuteg tliivcrumcnt nev
er moies with grent speed, nnd before
tho money for tho site is paid ocr to
nny of thoko offering tenders a com
mission or coinmlsjloner Is likely to
bo sent to Ilondliilu to report.
For good rcni-on or no rcaiOn the ilc
partment might dnldo that it Is not
cxpodlpnt to expend the appropriation.
One dctnll of n good reason for refusal
to go ahead Mould be a 'war In llono
lulu over which site should bo Inkcn.
Wo all know that the ipilckcst way
to start this row Is to have one of our
business organizations take the mat
ter up for formal discussion, beforo
the department's wishes or plans are
It is not itnpossiblo for separato or
ganizations to select different sites. In
any event, tlio defeated ones would not
l.csltnto to Immediately storm the cit
adel nf tho department and attempt to
prove tho unrepresentative character
of tlio opinion handed In.
Knch combination offering bids has
Its friends nnd its friends friends.
What Honolulu wants Is n l'cdiial
building site not a KUI.enuy cat-row.
No; not cen n gentlemanly row Hint
will postpone the day nf actual pur
chase. It Is therefore tlio part of wisdom
to await suggestions from the men
who hold the money and will do tho
Alexander young Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, flntst
oulstno, elegantly furnished
and the beet of service. :: ::
J. H. HERT8CHE MANAQER
HONOLULU, T. H.
One of the Greatest
Offered For Sale
A beautiful country residence on
which has been expended $22,500.,
consisting In part of a large bunga
low in perfect repair 100x00 ft, con
taining entrance lanal 30x40 ft., liv
ing room and 28x40 ft, dining-room,
kitchen, pintry, eight sleeping rooms
and two bath-rooms, with all conve
niences; also, Guest Cottage and ser
vants' quarters, all situated on large
lot by sea-shore, set with fino trees
and plants. Tho owner has told us
to oil I for $7,500. as he has no fur.
ther use for the property. Terms
Henu Waforhouse Trust Go,. Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
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v'Af V V'jff. 9
THAT SERIOUS CHARGE
Tho degree of pergonal splto In the nttneks on Bhcrlff Drown aro Illu
mined In 4no better way than the effort his most malicious opponents nro
making to make the peoplo think Curtis Inukea has undergone a chango for
the better since they were last smattering him with mud.
The latest exhibit In this morning', paper Is Just n little, more ridiculous
than one previously noted Wo glvo hcicwlth for tho edification of tlio
peoplo the product of n crowd that claims morality while practising tho
I From Hawaiian Gazette (scml-weekly
edition of tho Advertiser) of Nov.
"laukoa Is nn unstable, meditating
ninn who has belonged to all three
pnrtles In a year nnd cannot ho de
pended upon to move In nny given po
litical direction If the w'ln.l ilmnges.
Ho has (onfessed to bnvlng Indelible
spots on his record. Hut his most se
rious fault as n Delegate In Congress
would be his blind, unreasoning bailed
of white men arid white men's mcas
tiles." rff-t-tttt ---
People and Things I
. CRANE SCORES NATIVE X
K PLAYWRIGHTS. K
III an Interview published In tha
Theatre Magazine for August, Wil
liam II. Crane, the well known come
dian, declares tbnl the crying need f
tho Amcrlinn stage Is not actors, but
plays. Ho says In part:
"The need of the stage Is lint play
ers, but plays. There must be plays
to give the players a chame. Thero
must bo plays with n story nnd bu
imnlty. What makes 'Tliu Lion and
tho Mouse' the biggest success In
.in.... in.Mf t -I..-.. ...! I, 1... -.. '
....J jlHin, 41 dllllji ,11111 IIP milium
Interest. I waul to play good Amcrl
inn types, but where can I get them?
In my present vchlclo the authors
hao miserably missed a magnificent
oppoitunlly. An American, John
Dniester, doesn't want to bo a lord.
Tho prospect of nn annual Income nf
J375.0UO for his son makes him decldo
to ncccpt, for ho decides to Introduio
American customs nnd Institutions In
England. There Is n magnificent op-
liuriiiiuiy lur cunirnsi niui in iiiiuui; .
able. They get John Dniester on his '
estntn in Kngland, and what does ho
do? Not a thing but talk and maka
love to a widow. A half dozen llnrs
that give a faint glimmering notion of
whnt ha wants to do I interpolated
myself. The lino nbout tho chowder
party was mine. 1 would1 havo gone
on playing 'David Hnrum' nil my Ufa 1
new S-roonv house, 30
minutes from Kort and
King St. New. Lot 77x208
High elevation. Great
opportunity to get a splen
did home for fractional '
part of original cost.
"THERE'S A REASON"
and, that Is this--they will
wear just twice as long as the
Ladies Guazc Cotton, blk, 35c
Ladies Plain Lisle, black, 50c
Ladles Silk Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Lisle Guazc, black 50c
I From Advertiser 8cpt. 25, 'OGJ
"Nobody ever made any serious
charge against Curtis Inukcn but bin..
self and he couldn't prove It.
From Advertiser of Sept. 18, 0B
"Mr, Inukea has tho respect of tho
community, has filled positions of
trust In tho Government, to the sat
isfaction of everyone, and has had In
tde past soma very Important missions
If It had been a good piny. Instead, It
wn a bad olio."
w IN THE 8AME FAMILY YET
n STRANGERS X
This Is the title of nn article by l)r
Sunderland of Toronto in the "Chris
tian Itcgistcr" for August V1C. which 1
wish I could quote in full, it is so good.
l'ciliaps if I quo.c a little tho reader
will like it well enough to get the rest
"It is one of tho most startling factu
connected with human llfo that men
and women and children In their
deepest experiences arc so much Isolr.t
There arc many perton whom we
havo met every dny for years, mid jet
wo do not know llicni. Wo suppose wu
do, but wc nro quite mistaken. It Is
only tho external that wc know, not
tho real persons. Indeed there nro
HioKO who hao llcd for years under
our own roofs Into tho worlds of whose
deeper llcs very likely wo hae ncer
once entered or cicn looked, who in
spirit arc ns much strangers us if our
homes were on different continents.
There arc brothers nnd sisters who
grow up together, but who never know
each other except In tha most super
ficial way, lucre arc nusuanus auu
whes who always remain strangers.
Head Thomas Ctirlylcx pathetic, u.
moht heart-breaking confessions coii
ccrnlng his wlfe,,niado after her dcitb
In his Intense absorption In Ills lit'
crary work he llcd u self-centered
n ml Isolated life. This left her to live.
also an Isolated life en Isolated and
lonely that her heart almost broke.
It 'wc would know bow bitterly he ia
pented, wo must go nnd natch him na
In ngo nnd Indrinlty ho makes his reg
ular pllgrlmagej to her grave, and
there, in the qlilct village churchyard,
kneels with his hands clutching tho
grass in tho passion of his grief, and
kisses ngaln and again tho spot where
she sleeps. Thero arc parents who
ncicr beconio acquainted with their
children, and children who never at
all deeply know their parents. Oh, the
pity of that! and the loss to both,
greater than words can tell!
O, fathers, spnro somo tlmo from
the rush nnd drlvo of jour work, to
get acquainted with your children, to
walk with them, to piny with them
O, mothers, spare some 1 1 mo from
jour murli serving in outward things,
from your social llfo much of which
Is so barren."
X M X K K.X X X X X X X X X X X K
X "THE HAWAIIAN FORE8TER "
tl AND AGRICULTURALIST" ;
For August copies from n recent Is
sue of "I'ark and Cemetery" Clini.
Mulford llobluton's paper ou bis visit
to Hawaii. .
As will bo remembered, ho Is tho
great city Infitjscapcr or "civic beau
tiller," as Americans have It.
Tho contribution is unusually well
written, original and accurate. H is
uu article that will pleaso residents ot
llnnitlt which few-writing aboit Ha
waii do, for It does not offervesco or
flatter while, 'it says somo things wo
like to hear.
X A STUDY OF ALFRED RU8-
u 8EL WALLACE. X
There Is a long "Book Study" of Mr.
Wallace's "Ky Llfo: A Record of
Events and Opinions," In tho Arena
for August. It' js very Interesting, be
ing largely inacia up of quotation.
Thern aro other readable papers,
but an evident attempt to uso no mat
ter but that prepared by Bo-called spo
rlalltts is making tlio magazine lath
er tli't'homo In spots.
A piper entitled "Tho Virgin Illrth"
by Mif. Tniblt, is bosh, nnd Its prcs
npo hbows either carelessness of,
editorial supervision or Inck of ills
(iliiilnatlon. Hut "Picturesque Roth-on'-urg,"
by Mr. Buckmnn, Is good.
HONOtULUS DCSIGN8 ON "JIM"'
General Jim Smith should come nut
of the. Manchiiila wicck with added
glory but mi far tlio cublcd illspiiUlics
hae totally ignored tho aciniir-0.oii-eral-elect
and his connection with tlio
late of tho Pacific Mall liner. This Is
probably ery largely duo to Jealousy
on tho part of Honolulu and thn acci
dent to tho Manchuria may yd dovelnp
Into a (.aicfullv jircpnrod conspiracy to
keep Gcm-ial .Smith from reaching tho
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MRS. LUKE MORRIS,
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
HAD SEVEN DOCTORS.
PE-RU-NA SAVED HER.
Mrs. Luko A- Morris, Jacksonville,
"I'eruna hat done me more good
than any other medicine I have ever
taken, and that h saying a good deal,
at I have had ieven doctors treating
me la the past two j ears.
"I only Winn I had begun taking
your wondorful medlclno somo time
ago, and I would havo raved so many
" waa completely run down, and
given up to die, but Peruna braced ma
up and gave me a good appetite.
"I hsvo taken not quite. Mx bottles ot
1'eruna nnd would not glvo It tip for all
tho other medicines in tho world.
" thank you (or all the good you
have done me. I hope every sick
woman who reads my name will give
the medicine a trial.'
Mrs. Luke Morris.
Address Dr. llarlinnu, PrcMdcnt of
the llartman baulUrlum, Columbus,
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for eale by tha following drug
flirts and will supply tho retail trado
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, 8mllh
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Island:). What would be luoio natur
al tli.in a covetous desire uu (he pail ot
the people of Hawaii In Kidnap a tiov-
ciuor uu tlio way to the I'hlllpplucs?
And Hill would bo especially, trup ot
"Jim" Smith. All tho Unvernors ot
Hawaii slme the Jiar ouu might dtop
diinu In Sim Kinnelseu .mil they would
be furluu.itc it they got their names
published In the pnixcngcr list, but
when "Jim" S-mlth trie) tu xm-nl:
thiougli tho tioldcu tlato mid uu tu
UloYirdalu, tha catlro tliy of San 1'rnn
clsio turns tint and u special c.trtli
qunku is put on tho hoards to celebrate
tho cccuzlon. No w under, then, that
Honolulu' "Wants Smith" and Is will
ing to stou;i tu any liieuns to get bliu.
We :nu LCilnlii Hut when the-true
t-tory of tho wreck of the Manehuilit u
told It will bo found that the Hawaii
mis went out bejoud the harbor uu.1
lolled u reef Into tho channel mid
when Hie big .Miuk'liiirl.i struck, what
then? Huo not tho details been sup
pi cared 7 Well if wo know uiiythlug
about tho fultiio (lover nor Ocncr.il til
their Islands, they ucic. Had tlio peo
ple of Ilonuluhi -felt ns friendly tu
wants tho l'hlllppluc.1 nnd tho Klllpluos
us Judd for instniice. wu might have
been In 'receipt of details that run
"When tho big ship struck, ull was
excitement on board. The Munchuiiu
Hhlictcil f mm stem tu stern. So did
everybody on board. Then u panic
tliieatcucd tu m.-iko mutters worse..
Kverybody but the ofllccrs nppcarcd to
lo.se their heads. All but one,
"Thai cool-headed Individual was
Gcneiul Jamw V, Smltli, Oovernor-(lentr.il-elett
of the Philippine lulaiids,
uu old veteran of the Spanish war and
of tho Philippine Insurrection, whoso
Lipid rise to prominence Is chainctcr
istlc of tlio growth of everything In iho
"The General was taking his usual
exciclso in the hold of tlio ship wieel
ling wltli big tacks of potatoes when
tho incident happened, Ho bad six
mote sacks to to. through the hatch
way and ho deliberately picked tlem
up ouo by one us if nothing unusual
"lie then climbed bluwly nut ot tho
hold where nil was excitement and
niH'ceeded In t alining thclicuzlcd turn-
,Bcngrrs. He explained In tbcin qultl-
ly mat over in mo Philippines ren
drills wern iudulcid In fur exercise
when time diagged mid that It looked
goud tu him and reminded him ut old
lime:). He then told tlio story of Geu
inl O.iiK tiip tu Palestine ou the
Sumner mid mi nbMuhcl did tlio t.as
sungcrs become in the interesting yarn
that tho tillleers of 'tho ship wcro
obliged to coa the passengers on their
kiicp.i tu (Jlmli into the hints.
"When It wan Gcneiul JIiii'h turn t"
leiun the ship he refused In mtivo un
til everybody wan safely ashoic. Kveu
tlio r.iptalii was obliged to step lulu
tho life boat ahead of tho fuluro fiitv
cinor (lcncr.it. "Vourco, captain,"
ii.iid Jim, "tbla Is tlio only i banco l
inny cier bao of KCttlug wieckrd. You
rnu Indulge any old-time. And 'If tin)
l"lllilno:i found out that I had aband
oned the Mai. chin la befoio felto wns
Finely wrecked, they' might dlftrint
mo when I toqk eliargo of the helm ot
tho phlllnplnps ship."
Thejo, wo believe, nro a few of tho
details now being suppi cased in HO'
Weekly Bulletin gl per year.
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the same price as you pay for ready-to-wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge the same as the ready-to wear
people, but we give satisfaction. . . ,
Our suits for $25. are beyond comparison In this town. '
Geo. A. Martin, opp.unien. 'I
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Agents for Hawaiian Islands j
Just Received, a new Stock, among whidi
will be found many new designs. A
uargc selection at all Prices at
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Home of Good Things
P A I IUI ,C8 Cream ParlorSi CaniIy Fac,orjf'
I MLIfl Bakery and Luficli Room ,
Frozen Delicacies for Summer
You will enjoy your meals thess hot summer days If you have a frozen
Most every one can afford to have these delicacies and fall to do M
only because it is lots of trouble ordering the Ice, milk, and other Ingredi
ents. Then the making disarranges the kitchen's usual routine. But this
is not necessary. THE PALM sells Ice cream, sundaes, water Ices, and froz
en puddings to families. It will cost you less to buy the cold dessert from
us and it will be as good as you would make and likely much better than
your Oriental servant could.
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