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OCT 12, WOO.
aNTI SALOON LEAGUE'S INTENTION
Member., ol the Antl-.S.ilomi League
Lave pajsed a resolution lu which
Ihcy state tba' the Lcai;u has failed
to receive from the ' present pollco
admlnlitratlon the co operation which
it has a right to expert In the enforco
meiit of the present liquor laws,"
therefore they appeal to the otern of
Oahu In the fPinliiR etcrtlun to east
'heir balloU In fat or of n "leform ud
ministration." Thcro Is no doubt thai .hcBe Kentlc
liicn mean well Ami for that uason
It U luipuislblo lu toneludc that they,
as some may Infer. Intend arklng -tera
of this County to toto fur the
Democratic landldate for Sheriff or
any other onire. i
Gentlemen who make, up the Autl
Caloon I.cnRiio would plead guilty to i
the charge that they are earnest and
lllteltis ' iiiijj, They also Intend to
Lfe honest, 'lhey ate men who, almost
vl'liout except Ion, oted lu tho Hepub
''can primaries, or If nut, then they
t'rtilnty did not partlelpal" In the
Democratic iinnilmitlut; jirlmarlej. ,
As Ltlzeu partlctpatlui; In public
Ellilrs, mid striving alw.ix lo b lion-
tst vlth tlicinsflWH mi. i the people, '
these Autl-Saluou l.vaRuu workvrM
knew that tho honest nrthoil, tho
American method, of torrcctlns error I
was to begin at iiiu primary. They
knew that the uprlnht man In ever on
Euard to light wic-ir. They know
that tho way was oi en to thont nnd
ihe public was ready to turn a listen
!ng car to their complaint during tho
Thereforo it they had any complaint
ngalnst the present pollco department
which would warrant thu votcra of
llio Republican party refusing to cast i
their ballot for the prcetit cjudldato
lor Shetlll, tho ntembcra of -lie Autl
Baloon League as honorabh men and
men who believe their moth-jj to be
jure, would have made a vigorous con
test araltiit tho renomlnatlon of the
present candidate on the Itcpuhlliau '
As Christian gentlemen they could i
i o do other than voice thc-lr ptoltst
Imm first to last and particularly ut
the time, the appropriate time for
prutcH i lo li mado In order that the
Icadlni; party might gocrn I'self at
lordlnsly. In (jidnu over the history of tho re
ent jmllilcal events, there In nothing
ru Hie records which shown that the
nu s,iloon League offered especial
i upo'ltlon to the candidacy of :he
pij stui head of the Pollco Depart
wo'it. or placed a candldato In the
held aijalust him.
t'lu --rfully srantlng that the mem
lr of tho Lcaguo possesa a higher
lrini nverago degree of honor ami a
Sirnier hold upon the rlgh'eotiiinesa
i every-day lilc as exemplified In
'iflit living and right thinking and
lent action, It la Impossible, in view
of tho record, that tho resolution pass.
J by them at tho meeting Thursday
ia a ' all for Ihc election of tho Demo-ti-hui
candldato for Sheriff.
Ir buch wero tho rnso It would lie
an exhibition of thu practises that
(M'Jglnato with mid uto es.iouecd by
the most thuughtlcua an woll oh tho
eiy lowest element In political life.
)'o honest man, no' man of sterllug
character, no mnn who nlmB. to lend
others In the way of right thing and
I right thinking nnd rlRlit nctlun can
'ally himself with, imirh 1cm openly
1 rulvotato n program which In In i-lfi-ct
an cnilutBuiuviil of Hint which U
I .rcnchcroiu nnd debased hi polities
Such n perron would no, attempt
i to salvo 111 s conscience, with the
I thought that Ilia Indifference at the
I time of the prlmarlcR nnd the noml
' hating eonventlotis can be excused.
He would no; present the argument
that he did not have time or illspol-
Hon on that occasion to attend to civic
iIulU'H and const quoiUy because of
hi own negligence he Is now Juttlllcd
'ti nttnehlng the party from which he
made. The llepuhllcan pattj does not
iieelnr. - fnU.-li. nml K l,n t...m it
In tbe matte, of the liquet law, Ihc
il"l "" I'ceii thnioughly honowblo
land Htinlshttnnvaid I'inetlse hat
, prowd that the law pa-ned h the lail
I Legislature iloet not legulalo Ihc
j liquor Itartlc ni it should be regulated.
l'otthwlth the arty has promNed to
change the law for the better. This
It will do. If Ha candidates arc sup-
r"rted and elected. This cannot by
I done If ptrkotm or good Intention are
misled Into breaking up tho party nnd
defeating Us candidates whether for
legislative oi executive olllce.
There can be no etfeetlve reform ad
ministration by the election of a mix.
ed crowd of partlzans always working
rt cross purposes. This would be the
nine with a llepttbllcnn Hoard of Su
pet visor and Democratic Shprlff or
There Ins been much talk of "ma
chine" politics and the "control" of
the contentions. Much of this Is bun
tomb but taking It at Its worst repre
sentation, where does the Republican
Ono of the leading platform decla
rations Is for tho passage of a pil
mary law which guarantees nomina
tion direct by the people. That Is cer
tainly a reform measure and a pro
tection against the weakness of some
human characters to be of one party
ono day, and another the next.
N'o Kitrh law will bo passed If oppo
nent of the llepuhllcan party are
And as for the "machine" does any
man of average Intelligence believe
that tho Democratic candidate for
Sheriff will do otherwise than turn
the whole police establishment Into
n workhouse for Democratic politics
H0VOI II II
J. H. HERTSCHt; ..General Manager
7 STnCX ... HOM& aROKiRl.
7H Prospect St $30.00
Cor. Haekleld A Procpect 35.00
Nuuanu St 60.00
King St 35.00
Aloha Lane 18,00
Oerctanla St 40.00
cretanla St 35.00
Kaplolanl St 2625
Lunalllo St 50 00
Young St 50 00
llanrjr Watof house Trust Co,, Ltil..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
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nnd the advancement of his party tit
the next following election?
Taking all the facts Into considera
tion the llulletln Is satisfied that the
Anti-Saloon League In seeking reform
ndmlitlstrntlon ennnot If It is honest,
and we nsstitno It Is, go liejond tho
llepttbllcnn candidates, the straight
Republican ticket, In obtaining what
the members lire nfter.
Governor Cnrlcr signed this liquor
law which Is generally conceded to re
quire radical revision. It would lie
as effective lor good government to
request that voters enst their ballot
for nny or nil Democratic officers na a
piotest ngalnst the signing of that
law, as It would be to put n Democrat
In the place or nny Republican to ad
minister tin) law. It would be folly.
It would li" dishonest.
The Autl-Saloon League does not
Intend lu be dishonest or stand an an
uMimple of a civic mistake. Its mem
bcra uhoitld see that their Intentions
tire nut misguided In the practical pn
lltiiul wonting out of their ambitious.
Oh, nay, Humidity,
Uo soalc joursclf!
You're soaked nlrtady
Until wo wish
That we were built
In Ihe style of u llsh,
So we could swim out of you,
Or breathe, easier
With you In the air,
You're nil slosh,
mojw. ; ; i prji.n
And we smoke
In steamy prespiration,
And get so stlcl.y we
Are moved to eqilauatlou
Of warm profanity.
Can't you get n frnppe?
Till we're tiled.
And, by heck.
We'll all go to wreck
11 you don't dry up, or cct
In out of the wet,
W. J. I.AMPTON.
MILLER In llrlsbaue, Queensland.
Australia, September in, lDOfi. or
paralysis, Tobias Miller, father of
Mrs. K. H. V. Woller, In tho 70th
ear of his nge.
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Moving and Paying
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938 FORT 8T.
SEC OUR WINDOWS
FOR THE PARTICULARS OF OUR
' Monday, the 15th"
o OF o
As the Name Suggests, This Sate will
MONDAY, OCT. 15TH, AT 8 A. M.
GOOD GOODS IN VARIETY
WILL BE SOLD
AT THE LOW PRICES
that have made EHLERS' 8ALE8
Delegate to Congress
J, K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINQWORTH
L. L. McCANDLESS
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. S. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORREA
A. S. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELLIWI
JOHN L. PAOO
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATCRHOUOC
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRIS
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. GEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
O. W. LOGAN
Walanae and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LCLEO
QOOD SfRVIGE DON
Revenue' Boat May Be
Captain I'cabody of tho transport
Sheridan yesterday made an uflliinl
Ilt to thnnlc Captain Juynes of Ihu
revenue cutter Manning, and thu
commander of 'the tug .Iroquois, for
tho services rendered by them In
KCttlns the Kherldan off the reef at
Thanks lire tho only reward that
tho ofllccra and cicwh of these ves
hcls rcI for their arduous labors. Cup
tain renbody expresses rejjrets that
under thu regulations ho Is allowed to
do nothing better than express his ap
preciation of the faithful work done.
The past six weeks has been n strenu
ous lime for both tho vessels mention
ed, and the oflleers and creWH of both
are pretty well worn out and fully
nlilo to appreciate n rest,
Tho .Manning wns on duly almost
constantly for forty-eight dnys, and
It Is largely duo to her efforts that thu
Sheridan in now In tho harbor. At
llarhcr's l'olut, during much of tho
lime that tho Kherldan wan aground
there, thu Manning had out from DUO
to 1800 feet of cable. At tlna-H sho
wns so ernmped for room that it seem
ed almost certain that she would col
lide, with fcimo of tho other vessels,
und, tied up ns sho was, shu was prac
tically helpless. At times Captain
JoyncB had his boats rigged In to pre
vent their being crushed.
Tho Manning Is now lying nt the
Navy dock, dirty from her hard
work. Bho Is at present coaling, and
Captain Joyuca la anxious to get ovcr
to tho reef, where he can have a
chanco to clean his vcbscl up and get
her Into shupe ngaln,
It seems pi tillable that tho good
work done by tho Manning may aid
largely In having a revenue cutter
stationed heto permanently. At thu
last session of Congress a bill was In
deduced pioUdlug for a revenue, cut
ter for this port, bin it did not go
through, Tho icecnt accidents In Ihc
Inlands, und tho almiblo aid to tho
wrecked vessels extended by the Man.
li I n B, have pi lived thu value of having
Hiich a vessel hero nil tho time, and
It seems more than probable that nt
thu next session of Congress provision
will bo made to that cud,
It Is probable, that tho Manning will
icmalu horu until next March, at least.
Her movements after 'that time are
uncertain, hut' It Is possible that she
mny bo ordered to Retiring Sea to
guatd against seal-poaching, which
has recently become very prevalent
on tho part of the Japanese.
DAVIS ROASTS CARTER
(Continued from Pago 3)
out, boarding tho steamer by means
ut a sampan. As toou as tho rcpoiter
arrived on Hawaiian soil ha went to
Judge Dolo to take out naturalization
papers, but tho, Wiibkliigtoii authori
ties had lu thu meantime Icuincd that
he had left Shanghai under n ilnttd,
nnd Judga Dole consequently refused
lo naturalize him. This reporter was
thus still n llrltlsh subject nnd not
ever n otcr.
(leo. Mnrnkelrm of Wnlauac ended up
inc meeting with n speech lu Hawaii, in.
THE LIAR AnVtHE THIEF
The best lino President Hooscvclt ut
leied In his "tniiek-rnkc-" speech was
"1 ho liar Is no whit better than the
It was worth more lhnn n thousand
platitudes. If he, had said nothing
more than that, It was worth while.
l'rculdcnt Hooscvnlt bad In mind
nnrtlcijtarly tho wilful liar who assaults
public chnraileis without regard fot
laet. "If his mendacity takes the form
of slander," ho added, "ho may bo
wortcthan moil thieves."
Uetnecn vigor nnd euiim there Is nil
(he dllfeiencc in tho world, As the
President lays: "The soul of cciy
scoundrel Is gladdened whenever an
honeiit man Is assailed, or ccn when
ii nroundrel Is untruthfully assaulted.
Nuv York World.
CHINESE INCREASE BELOW
(Continued from Page 1)
bus, however, Increased by ovcr Iwo
bundled, thcro being I'M! this year as
against lr.iil at Ihu I act election,
Tho number of 1'orluguexe In these
same prcclndx has Increased fcouic
what, there being now Kti against 101
last election. Tho number of Japanese
is (lie K.ilno ut then. There nro only
two registered, namely Dr. Kalsuiimna
nnd Tomn Abe, the police officer.
Beef Scandal Does
Good For The Poor
New York, Sept. '.'3. A cable In UK
Herald from lindon hih: Tho re
volt against Chicago canned meat Is n
lem.irl.ablo liiJtnnto of how nut of evil
boiuctliiici tonieth good. A Ilovstieet
police missionary says poor people lu
tho east end oX iiiiilun arn being bet.
ler fed now than they ever were. (I roe
cm who weio unable to get rid of their
i tores of canned meat sent them to thu
ICnst ICnd to ho sold nt n reduced price.
Tho majority of tho poor people them
seldom, if ever, lead the newspaper,
or If they have known nti llilng about
the scare thoy havo shown that they
do not trouble about It, for they have
been able to buy up tabooed canned
meat ut about one-fourth of the original
Not a. slnglo ease of Illness has re
sulted, says this police missionary. In
laet, he unys, an Improvement lu thu
iippeniiiuce of these Kast Knd poor is
surety n testimonial to tho w holer iiiiki
I. ess of tho food they nro enjoying.
Thu only matter ut concern Is ns to
whether these people will bo able to
get more food nt such cheap prices
when the present stock Is exhausted.
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