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KVBN1N0 mnXETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. FRIDAY. OCT. 19. 1908.
W MASONIC TEMPLE ?
Hf Honolulu Chanter Regular RHRWKmMMRH iTI )
VBr& G p. m. I -lill. U2Z2Z T W
Hjf, i-iihmv EThi OIJ.4 I O K
Vv Hawaiian Thlrrl Degree. jTJJggJI v u TtJ "
K, Aloha Tempk-Regular- EjjP'E,? S
KT Alt visiting tnembors of ths 'TrC3iyi r-J i
h i order nro cordially Invited to at- ! 7-fSEKt LJ c!)
' tend meetings of local lodges. ; - mimi2MMr ZL J7
,;-- I1 -.Kir.'K.fes hv J4
Kr -! .,&'5. fr"-
Hb H MONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F. JiHVL'yiX "N
Rjjjr JtOHlTlt2i I
Rf( "Icets every Monday evening at 7:30 T """iJi '.iSj "I"'
S IB I O. O F. Unn, Tort iitreet. mjiZLm JLc
fig- E. It. Kc-retnry "H
' All vlsttlrg bro'lu-ru cry cordially
H MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of f. ,
Meets uvory Tuesday rvenlng nt
?:3n n'chictc In K nt P. Hall, ICiiy
ttreft. Visiting brother ronllally In
Titer-. In nllcm'.
o. j. wniTciiKAn, o.c.
F. WAMMON. K.ll.3.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets v'r7 Friday Kvenlrt; at
K. I', llnll, King street, nt 7:110. Meat
beta of Myrtle I.mUe, No. 2, Win, Mc
Klnley Lodge, No, 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. 1) HONn, C. C.
A 8. KKNWAY. K.R..
HONOLULU LODGE 81B, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 6, n. P. 0. B..
will meet In their bnll, 'in Miller
and Ueretnnla etreeta, v,ry Friday
By order of the I. It.
HARRY It. BIMI'SOH,
n. K. MUHHAT, n.R.
Wnu M'KINLEY LODGE No. S, K.sf P.
Meets "very Snturday evening it
T:V) o'clock In K. of P. Hull, King
treat. Visiting brother cordially lo
nit to ntlcuil.
;.T. M. JOHNSON, t:.c.
K. A. JAC011SON, K.H.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
UertB on the 2nd and 4th WRHNi:H
DAY evenlnRn of cr.di month at 7:30
rrlock In K. of 1'. Hall. Kins lrc-t.
Vloltlng I"ai;k'.i arn Invited tr tt
0AM MoKnAOJK. W.P.
II. T. .MOOni:. V. Socy
HAWAIIAN TRICIE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Mfote every accond and fourth
rill DAY of each month In I. O. 0. F
Vlaltlns brothen cordially Invited Lu
W. F. linAKR. Sachem.
A. K. MUltPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL Ho. 563, Y. M. I.
McctB ovory icrnml and fourth Wod
nPHilay of raih month at San Antonio
Hall. VlfiltluR hrothom cordially In
llbj to attend.
T. F. McTlflHR. l'rci.
K. V TODI). Socy.
A Superior Light to all othcra.
Aceytlene Gna la superior In quality,
nrd cheapness radlatea leaa heat, vltl--"
the air leaa nd has no Injurious
.ti::ta on the eves.
ror .orther partl-r.lara Inquire at
tl - office.
Mso Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
. jms and small cans, for Generatora
u ,J Automobile Ltrnpa and all alzes
d grades of Cas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFAHLANE. Manager,
telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant RL
That's the chief thing to bo occured
when you buy a delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed co that It Is
the most convenient vehicle for the
purpose It was built.
That's the way we build them Tell
us how you want yours we'll huild It
that way and .it the right pi Ice, too.
W QUEKN ST. TEL. MAIN 17.
P. 0. DOX 193.
C, W, ZEIGLCi Manager
Illr.tili IkkiKs of all Anrtu, Mbum
i'Ic. iniiiiiifiirliirsd by Itio llullrlln I'uli
Chootinn, paint should he n matter
of careful conalderatlon.
After examining tho merlta of the
r.cver.it Undo ynu will he almost cer
tain to orclrr W. P. PULLER'S
IT IS UEST ron ALL PRACTICAL
Lewers & Cooke,
177 G. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
nn nccn ur'i inr over hixiv
VHAltrt I'V Ult.MOKH of MMhera
IN'O, wlili perfect' auccow. IT
hOUTIIKH til Cltll.TJ, SOKTHNS
tlm (IUMS, ALt.AVS all pale,
i:UUi: WlMTJ COI.IC, and h tlio
EH ly DruKitUta la every part of tho
E3 vnrlil. Ila sura antl iiftlc fur ltrc
3maucr klad. 31 Ctuta a Bottle. Ea
Tel. Main 198.
P. 0. Box 102.
Lord end Belser,
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Dlack and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH &. KmWAIAHAO 8T8.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
DOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
can be obtained by teltphonlng
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN Y7.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1310 TORT STREET.
C FAR I A
FINr. SUITS FROM flfi UP,
mode In up !"
(lit w style,
HOTEL epi, BISHOP 8Ti
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
One man and a Bulletin Want ad.
will sell a house while another man
li wondering whether an ad, will pa.
The (Hole sells li cheaper.
Autos for hire nt Tcr. Stables.
Your grocer fpII.1 t'ol Hreal:fant Food.
Uittrcncc II. IK'e la hillllT to tho Fed
eral Grand Jury.
lletit cup of tolTco In tho city. Mevr
A draft dr.T.Mt In favor of Sarnli V.
IMrfcs, h nihcrtlscit na lot.
A co'tngp, nl'o liontckccpltiK rooms,
ari' for (it at Cottacc drove.
Neatly furnished rooms nt the l'op
ular. $1, J 1.50 nnd 12 per week. 1243
Uihu LodKe. No 1. K. of P.. will
meet tonlKht nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ol I
P. Hall. King ntn-et.
Tomorrow Is last day for barcalnl
In ladles' chlrts. Jaikcts nnd loin;
coats nt A. Ilium's, Model llloclc,
A Rentlenian desires hoard for his
wlfo and n tool, (pilot double room for
relf mid wife. Sec ml. this Issue.
Carborundum la made of the hardest
rtul fastest cutting n brash e. Ceu. II.
l.amont. room I, Walty bttlldlnc. U tha
The iccord of contaglo't dlscascn In
Honolulu for tho lint of October was
iincii cares of tttherculo3l3 and one of
Ccat ottr Iron rooM with "Arabic"
You will hn xurprlncd at Its coollns and
pruborvutlvo prupcrllcs. California
Fui d Co.. neotiU.
N I'. Iilani'li. ccncr.il agent of Cool:
K Sni' fi,r China nnd Japan, vent
iliroui'h on (he Nippon M.trit, nccom
paiih-d by his wlfo.
Ausui'iH hao been filed In the rase
of Hackfi'ld s, Mansarrat for fuie
(loiiire In tcpl.v to tho ctoss hill of the
riut N.itlimal Haul:.
.Saiku, the iuag.i7lne Illustrator, a
laUnled nttlst, who lslted the Islands
Minn time nxn, li reHirli'd to be con
leniplMtlni; u tcttirn.
Walhllil Inn Is now owned by W. U.
UctkIii. Accouimodatlons, supplies
and attendance absolutely firm cluba.
t'lnust b.'ithlui; on tho beach.
Dr. I. V. Dudley, a Covernmrnt pliy
l.lcl.111. Is reliiniliiK to Manila after 1
Jear's le.nn Of ut"i nee. Hn Went
tlnoii;h on the Nippon Mam.
'Hie Rapid Trunnlt Co.'n lax appc.il
may he catrled to Wanhliir.toii. It lu
clri tho niiiiiial m-.i:ea.inenl of thn
coinpiny'n fiiiuchlKo ut J.Mm uotir-
A number o( Invited frleiuhi were ( u
terlalned with whlr.l last nlnlit hy Mm.
J .in MiQmru. The c.ilhcrlui; wai 111
honor of the hoste.sa' nephew, Kuci'in
The llonidulii Scolllrh Thistle Club
will hohl n reuul.ir monthly rocl.il thiu
freuliiK lu Ihc society's room In the
Oregon block. Kntiuiice on llnluti
Sirs. II. II. IMrl.cr. wife of the Ken-
etal maiiacer of the flhuuRliul Life In-
. malice Cotiipauy, In on the Nippon
Mat ii, eu unite to Shanithiil lu Join her
Tho Promotion Committee met je
terd.iy afternoon, but ndjoiiriiecl niter
illnnissluc u li w tliuitkliil ni'ioiiiilu.
there liolnc no nued-il hiislneiia to bu
Hr. A. I). Wilkinson, n pinnilncut
idijtlclan of Lincoln, Neh who Ik
iiiaklur; a tour of the world, Is n pa'
reiiaer on tho Nippon M.nii, eu iiiiiIi.
Mr. an, I Mis. Ilenjamln It. Ilitrrour.iil
niiiiiniiiie the iiiarrlagn of llirlr daur.li
ler. Nora Judy, to Mr. Isaac Know 1)11
HiiKhaiii, Jr.. Wednewlay, Odnber li.
llM'i, at IMw:irdHllle, III.
Ueuiiimhir u delicious dinner nt the
popular price of one dollar Is serc;
oery tivenliiK on the icreal leinl-clr-cuhir
luual of tliu Scunldo Hotel. Ilett
Taluu for tlm money and coolest place
lu town to dlue.
A leleiiio of dower In Ihn matter of
the rale of the Parker ranch was filed
jejteiduy by Mrn. A. K. Campbell
Parker, linolvliiy Jir.o.nuo, in i.im.
jeiise up to Mils time, of the total
limdinsn jirlco of fnou.tiuo.
1'ulltlchiiiH should meet thn ladles
next Friday pwiiIiii;, Odnher lltlli, ul
lb" Alameda dame i;leu at the Itojnl
Ilauall.iu hotel, (let busy and Kct
iicipialiiled. .Mih, Al.ipal will situ: dut
IliK the dinner hour. The ladles me
"It" In politics. Many n politician
baa won lil.t light tliioiiKh the aid or
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would hnc been for Hlltn tu tho lie
Charlie Chllllnisworth inadn tho
spiech of the ewuliiK and thoiiRh ho
was hooted by tho KlUalles when ho
went on tho platform the eluerH which
Kicclcd him when he was tlniiiiKli
miiio than counterbalanced that. lie
(ailed for support for Castro and tho
"Fowl me not," or "Mai poliiu no lau,"
wlib b was done. (Applatiho.)
.las. Illckliell, seekliiK Ills re-elec lloi
fur the nllli n ol County Auditor, wan
Rlwu ioiisIiik ibi'i'iH n lie tti'liped on
the stand, lie tsild hn was nut u mull
hllil as home nt the pcnplo were sa)lng,
Ills iniillier was botu bete, mid he uUo,
He hud t.cncd his term In olllin nnd
has helped u good many llawallans who
needed help III time of tioilhle. Ill
nuked for Hid Liippoil of tbu lUial'jht
S. P. Corie.l, Itcpiesentatlvo Fifth
District, linked tho people In oto for
Ihn Itepuhlldiii paily, im It was n party
inr surresH and pioipuilly. Ho do
nuuiued tho Democratic patty for pul
ling up MU'l.iuulutii an llelegalo to
I'oilljlcsii. If tlieeesHful the Iteimbll
i.iii paity would ralw hal.iilcs of the
reliuol leirher.(, tm u tlio fees ileiUed
fioiu the lleeifeH, icists of i mills, water
lates, ( Ic , over In in I'oiiuly. A a tu
the liiaihluo piopoiillloii, lie luild tll.lt
euiy paily, Dcliidrialli', lloiuu Itulu
mid Hie llcpiihlli'uu, had u liliiihlue, for
II II uric not no, the paily would not
Muloiiiou M.ilu loua went li.lo the na
lltllcal ill'ililliulloii of tlm CouiilJ
filiids iiluen tlm Couiiiy was begun llu
aid the Counly heg.iu without iiioiiiy
hut u law piiiWiIIiik Unit I i-ii per im;
of I l.o Tcrrlluilill inU'llile hi) KlVill !'i
ihv l.'nunly, I'liiililml II n Mail Willi
1.15.103 on n Hie iiiouih of July, mil of
which I bu (JKpeiiiM ut Hid load wmk,
Do I IN'ttdd
1 No, uon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glaoies
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford, '
DOSTON DLOCK. t
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Ilro ilepattnient and (lie electric llgliU
wern pair. Liter on the County not
?JU,H)U n nioiiih for rlx montliH nnd
JL'.'i.liOD for the other six months. Ho
asked the niidleiiie to vole for I'riniu
Kiihlo, ns he tin ery will acquainted
with the eoiigii-. Iciual iinain and well
liked by lit fellow Cougiessmeu, lie
told the niidleiiie not In rend a new
man lu the llnuxc. "Pntolcl." from the
Solomon lC.lPlnpii. who Is ritiinlui:
ngaln for the lloiee. nald that polling
were mil li pljjthlng but a very Im
poitnnt mailer. He did lint (Dine there
to make any peroujl nllncks on hij
fellow politicians, but In i elate uoth
IliK but tbu fait .. He nald the Itcpuh
lb-all party nude the County Ad, ru
that the Count) i;o $";,,iiihi :i moiith
Tient i:of the nioiiey fiom thn Teirl
lorlal Treusiner mid Paid it out lie
101 dill'! In tb' dlrl.illon uf the Itmnl
of Hupirvlron! In lllii',. be DemoeriilaJ
nnd Home ItuleiH fie-ed, hill on dic
tion day the while lleiniK lain pulled
liiKether nnd Hie luitlve llawallans r.uti
lell. lie told the iiudleuie that If lliey
wauled a bllRlit fiitiue tliey limit vote
for the Iteiiitlillcun ll'-ket 'Ihn llcm
oeratx c on tit not amend the County Ait
because (hey did not know liuw. As to
l.iukc'i. he was xiippnrleil by Thurston
mid Hi" AdveitUer. lie vigorously nl
lai'ltiil the Ailreilber for oiijiirilto;
llmwn and Vlda wlllioul ginuuiks. If It
was llu.iii'.lit Dial llrntvu and Vld.t wete
mi h.ul why did It not l, lace (haiuc.ior
cciiupUiliitH aipilnst them 7 "Nonsuiiu, '
laid one Hum thn i rowd. j
In ibi.ini; he asked the audlcmc lo
vole lor Ill-own nnd Vlil.i and all tho
I'cM of the Kepuhllcan ticket, Ap
plauie.) I.. I.. McCnudlc30 thanked Ihc peo
ple for the voles he bad icielvvd lu tho
cnr liiUL. Ho told of how tho Tertl
tiny got Into n llnauclal plllkia In l'JOJ
mill how It got Its help ul thn hands uf
the Republican members of the Legis
lature. Uf course the bank:! wcie ((im
pelled tu charge pcicentugu on the wal
nuts Issued by I bo 'leirllory nnd tho
people Buffered lltianilally. Thn Ho
publican parly had given the pcnplo
good mads and good water, lu tlm
l.eglstaluio tho Republicans rut f."0
e.iicli f i oin the hiilailes of the Terillor
la I Treasurer nnd I .a ml Commissioner
and raised proportionately tho salailm
Of tho Hilboidlmite nlllelals. Ho nskuj
the audlenin to stand solid for the Re
publican paily. Hero the speaker
turned his attention to his building ou
King mill IJethel streets ami said that
he was employing Iliiwullnns as rnr
peiiteis unit I'liittigueso us Ktouo iut-
tcis, and In fact nil Ulilled States ill-1
ueiiri. lu asking for support he said,
II elected, ho would woil; for and In
the Interest of the HiiwiiII.iuh. He at
tacked Supervisors II. T. Mooiu for
iuiptisslng upon tho minds of the Ha
wiiIIiiiis that hu (.MiCanilleiis) was em
llo)lng nothing hut .laiiani'se laboiers
for his building, and said that Mooie
was no good beiauso hn iniild nut ji.iy
lila pull tax of $.. lu closing be ntked
the audleuiu ugiiiu to voto lor the Re
publican ticket with Prltieu Cupid nt
Hlieiirr Iliiiwii wao ciithitsl.istlially
elicited iik the chuh man tiuuounied
him as the next speaker. Hn utkeil for
tho same loyal hitppait of tho peoplo
on thn tlth day of Novimher as he re
ceived nt the last elerllir.t. "I glvo you
two tickets," raid one of thn rintut.
Iaukca was appcallm; for hiipport he
ciuse he was u Hawaiian. Ah for bliu-ki-II
ho wiih uppciillng for their supsii
lieriiutn he has Blood for nnd by tbu
Hawaiian. Covet nor Cutler had
cliatged him with keeping Ion many
llawalkinu In the pollic (one, II, C.
Vlda had hy his round tho last cli;li
lieil mouths, ptoved lilliiHelf a iniiipi
tc lit nlllii-r uuil was iiIwiijh teady In
Ii form his duty when railed upon, I In
uiiuinoiidcil W. 0, lltiilth for hiivlui;
titood for llawallap piillieiiien when hn
was Allortiey flenei ul, nnd prulsed I. Ink
lUI'aiiillrsii fur his guod wuilt when he
Vt'iut In tbu Kiuiiiln. Ili highly nun
im tilled llui Hpletiilld irliuil, iildllt)
mid brinny of Clius, ('IiIIIIiiiumuIIi.
ViIii ii h-iiIiik us llcpuly Hbrilir iiiulir
Itllil III I'liiiliiH lie luln'il Hi" llllhllMK
(uu'iilli to Unlit uuil uulii vKluiy (ur
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMEG,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard University.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm, G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
8AFE3, IRON FENCE.
the Republican party.
"Sire, kela," said olio of tho audi
ence while rousing eheera were being
V. O. Smith said that he would say
very little a-t there were many i.peak
rra prcont. When Hob Wilcox was lit
Wasblnglou he was not doing well be
causo he was i Home Ruler and partly
because he wan not welt, hut when ho
(.Smith) wn'i last nt Washington, In
February, Match uuil May, he saw
Delegate l'llnco Cupid Kalanlauaole.
Ills fellow Congressmen praised him
hecnusn hn iiilr-d like a gentleman ami
knew how lo keep up the dignity of
hl.i olltce. If Prince Ktihlo had thought
that Dcmoeincy wan best ho certainly
would liavn heiome n Democrat. He
asked the audience to pull together lu
order to tic(oiupllsh something. "Polo
lei" from the ironil. (Applause.)
II. . VIdi. riimlldaln for Deputy
Sheriff, said that If eleded he would
tieat the people ns In thn past. As u
lamlhlatu for Deputy Sheriff he had
nothing to promhe them, but thought
that be hail n right In nsk them fur
their votes, lie had nothing to say
against the Home Killers or the Demo
i rati, but asked them to votn for
lit own ns he nail rtooit up for tbcm lu
Hie pant, laukea had criticized Hiown
nnd himself fur Olsclmrglug Ihn driiuks
without trial nnd that they had no bus
iness to do so. As has been lu tho
past they will, If elected t ill li tho com
mon drunks loose for the sake uf their
family. He asked tho audience to vote
for the strulg'it Republican ticket and
not to forcet tho boy of Halemaiimau.
Joseph U Pnoo, or Kwa district, and
n iinmluee for the llouso of lteprescu-lative-t,
asked tho aiidlcncn to give him
a trial In thn House mid to voto for
Ihc straight Republican ticket.
Cbas. F. Clilllliigwoith received tha
warmest reiomilthiu of tho eheerlng
rmwil. Hn said In hcglnulug that lie
wan not thcin to oppose the Democrats
or the Hume Ruin party or tu say that
there are old men with big mouths ami
(lizs'llng slllver lu thn Home Rule parly,
ar laukea had paid In thn past. He huil
mine there tu say that If elected hu
would work for tho good of tho lla
nallaitK and haoles alike and lu fuel for
(ill the people. Ho was running fur
tho Senate at tho Instuuce of Jnu. I-uno
nnd Rome few haolo friends. Ho told
the uuillencn not to senitc.li, but tu voto
for a straight Republican ticket on thft
l.th day of November. If elected tlm
Republicans, ' among other things,
would provide appropriation for tho
(Jueeu. laukea said that ho loved
them but ChllllugV'ortli said H simply
meant "alului I kn lelielohn" 'Uivn out
win illy and not fiom tho heart). He
told tho mullein o tu t-ompaio llrown
uuil laukea and asked them to supiiort
llrown. "Hire, kola," said ouo front
the uiidlMtctt. Ho asked tho audience
to vote for him ns well as his haolo
candidates, and said ho bad bettor not
go to tho Senate if W. 0. Smith uuil
Link MoOnuillc.is did not get elected.
If elected they could ncioinpllsli hoine
tliiug. Hn therefiue advised tho ninll
rncn (it voto for tho straight Republi
can ticket. Here tho speaker sabl that
hn wiih opposed In thn hurrying olt of
Hid leper suspects -without proper In
vestigation unit said if elected ho
would, with the help of his Republican
friends lu the .Senate, try to ainciid
the laws ns In the leper suspects. He
commended very hlshly the effort in
which V. W, Hants, when a member
of the llouso of Iteptesriilatlves, had
liiadn towauls bettering Hie law of
leper suspects, mid asked that lliurls
hn tent hack again. Thn Republican
purly gave thn llawallans Ihn fiau
ihlsu and the Itcpiihlhun parly ro.iht
do and would iicruiupllsli uiuin goon
than the Deiiincrallc. Hn cloaed hy
UHkliiK Hi" iiiidlmiie not lu forget the
"l.ell.l o kn K 11 1 li iiiiiuoii" (hoy of a fulr
tuldiilglil).. (Apidaune.) Ilia lemiuks
wete lepenledly npplauilml mid tlm
liiulluiicn wua iiieatly iiiuvid with hlu
tlillvety of ihn Hawaiian language,
Mih D.iii KM. aba, ihn hum lady
IJiiukci, was liekt llilindiiuil mul nald
uiiiiiiiu oilier things Unit nun cliungliig
(l oin nun pulliluii j.uily tu Hie ut her
l mild nut bu liiivli-il Hliu Wits sin y
because uliu wua lio botu u pimi, up
asked the audience lo vole for llrown
'and Vlda as there arc no black spotn
on their record, In closing she askid
tho audience to support thn straight
Republican ticket, (Applause.)
Fred Waterhouse said that bin nttma
kun was shark. (Laughter.) He told
till old gag I, bout the shark, which
plo.wd the llawallans very much,
W. W. Harris, candidate for Super-vlsor-at-largc,
told thn nudlcnre n story
of the late Mr. Aliotn, an able legis
lator, and a Minister of Interior In the
days of the monarchy. When Mr, Ahu
lo was called to address n political
meeting he would very btielly say!
"Now, gentlemen, ynu have heard nil
that the others said, nnd I nsk you lo
vote for me." (Laughter.) The Re
publicans, If elected, would ralso the
pay of the common laborer to $I.r,0 n
Cay. When In the Legislature hn bad
voted for the passage of such n bill
and he would do so again If elected.
Ills father was a blacksmith and he
would therefore look after the Inter
ests of the laborer. (Applause.)
Joseph Kalana, cMulld.ilc for the
House of Representatives followed
llairls and received his share of rous
ing cheers. He said If fleeted I") would
eprcscnt not only thn Republicans;
hut the entire people of this Territory
(Continued from Page 3.)
entire ticket and frequent ejacula
tions of approval were uttered as he
Link McCandless came In for n big
ger share of tho hooting than anyone
else, but when he offered to vacate
tho platform In favor of thn men who
were making no much noise they wero
nliamcd Into silence nnd (pill. Not
satisfied with Interrupting tho speak
ers, when Sam Kainuka played a cor
net solo the toughs tried their best to
spoil the music.
W. O. Smith Bald: "Fellow cltl7cns,
we havo come hern tonight nn candi
dates on tho Repitbllrnn ticket. I have
bien In Washington every year for the
last five or six years and the Repub
lican party has done more than the
Democratic parly has ever done.
"The Republican parly gave tin our
treaty, our government Territorial and
then County government. It gave us
our free schools. Under It our (hll
il ron nil havo the rixht to an educa
tion and all have a right to vote.
"Wo must look forward to the fu
ture. The Republican party has done
more lu thn past nnd I believe will du
morn In the fiitiue. On the ticket may
be senile names that you do not like.
Never mind that. Pull together. In
that wny wo can win. Vote the
straight ticket, Au I nay, pull togeth
Chairman Pacheco asked those try
ing to disturb tho mooting to retire
and quit acting like hoodlums. Ho
then Introduced L. I.. McCandless,
"I thnnk you for electing mo to tho
Legislature In HUC. In Hint year tho
Republicans found the Treasury $00.-
000 behind. Hut under their manage
ment tho Territory hna Inci eased in
prosperity. If them aie a few young
follown who would like to lake this
platform, let them coma up boie ami
1 will i;tep dawn.
"Tho Territory has gained In value
77,O00,Oui In taxable properly since
llieu under the Republican rulo. 1)oes
not Hint show good administration?
"You now havo beautiful roads and
lights nn Punchbowl, given by the Re
publican!!. Our paily linn dona this
for you. Look at the nrhonl on Kiiuna
Mreet; who gnvo this to you? I.ook
at tho beautiful High School. Tho
Republicans gave .yon that.
"I do not believe that (hero In a man
In Haw-all now who wantn work and
cannot get It. I hope that you will
voto for tho straight ticket on Nov. C
for tho parly which has brought all
Charllo Chllllngwnrtli was loudly ap
rlatided and hooted at the same lime.
"Wo havo contn heforn you to nalt
jour support. I do not complain Hint
tho Republican parly In composed of
angels, hut It tins a ticket which you
may bo proud of.
"When Achl sold you land and after
you had paid for It would not give you
a deed, who helped you out? W. O.
Smith. (Cheers.) Who gave you tho
Sunday law, giving you tho samn prlv
llego as the others In tho Territory?
"K. II. .McClannhan Is put tip an a
candidate to draw votes for the oth
ers, not for himself. Hnvo you heard
of any Hawaiian JlemncrntH asking
for votCH for Sllvn? Not one.
"I am sorry that Ihcro has been
trouble hero nmong you people, be
tween Castro and Sllva. I do not
mean to say that Castro In an angel,
hut If you split your volo neither will
get In, You should support Castro,
tho man on tho stronger ticket.
"I ask all of you to support tho
Chairman Pacheco Introduced Sher
iff Urown as the most maligned man
In tho city. Ho nald:
"I want your support, ns I believe
that I have played tho game fair and
hquaro with you, and I want ou tu do
thn same with me on Nov. .
"I havo nothing against Cm lis lau
kea. Ho In a pi'isoiial filend of mini),
but I do not bclevo Im can do n bit
more for you than I can.
"I am sorry to sco tho light hero be
tween Mr. Sllvu and Mr. Cnslrn. I
bellevo thut air, Sllva In a most repu.
tublo young man, but air. Castro Is
on the Republican ticket and can do
mom for you. and, being on our ticket,
i win ngni ior mm as I would for
"Now, fellow citizens, ask you In
do Hip Julr mul Htpimii thing for mo
mul for tbu entire ticket on Nov. fi."
V. C. Tolxclra won thn next vpeaker,
talking In Poilugueue, Hu leeched u
II, O, Vlda wan applauded by the
crowd nn ho mounted tho uiand. o
"I'elliiw citizens, I hivn the Timor of
appealing hofnie you nn n iiinilldato
lor Deputy Sheriff, I will simply pin
liilKo lu llll I lit nllicn, if iilcttcd, In tlm
brill of my ability,
"My I'Xprilrucn hits ttlumu mil thai
Ih" I'uiliiKueiiii tun law abiding i
n'lm, Willi tutu or Iwu exicpiluim
there have been nono of your race up
for criminal offences lu tho last year
mul n half.
"I ask you to voto for tho party of
progress, not that of retrogression. ,
The Advertiser this morning slat ml
that I was out championing Drown, 1
am proud to say that I am. He Is a
man of principal who Is not like lau
kea, n human bullfrog. Jumping from
pool to pool.
"Iaukca la hacked by L. "A. Thurs
ton and the Civic Fedciatlon, who ara
furnishing the funds fur his campaign.
Arc you going to vote for him or a man
like llrown, who cannot be controlled
by such n gang aB tills?"
Tho next npeaker wa "Sunday"
Qtilnn. He spoke as follows:
"Ladles and gentlemen, 1 come be
fore you as a Republican candidate for
the House nnd nsk you for your sup
port lu the coming campaign.
"The Republican party Is not of the
rich or poor, the haolo or the Hawaii
an, but the party of the peoplo. I jjro
mlso you lr elected to work for the
best Interests or the people. I ask
you not only to sttppott me but tho
whole ticket from top to bottom.
There may bo Borne men whom you
do not care for or 1 do not, but they
were the choice of the party and you
tthould suppoit all of them."
F. T. P. WnHrhouso said: "Y6u
arc all 'Interested In the land laws.
There Is n lease on the land abovo
Jicro which will expire In six or seven
J ears. I pledge you that when the
jenso expires tho Republican party
will work for you to own these lands
ns homesteaders In feu simple.
"Tho Republican party ban made
good roads for ynu In the last few
jcars. 1 want In sec a good road to
tbu top of Punchbowl.
"The Republican party has and will
have control ol tho Senate. Send Re
publicans to the House to work with
W. T. Hnwllna nald: "I Bollclt yom
Fiipport In the coming election with
five others from this district.
"I may nay that tonight In the first
night where I did not need an Inter
preter. Ilolli jiniiig nnd old Portu
guese can understand and talk Eng
lish. I am proud of you.
"Take one example of a young Por
tuguese, Father Stephen. I say that
lie Iibb uhown that he taken an Inter
est In the young hoyn and In the com
munity, I believe that all the young
Poilugucite take the same Interest.
"You can't havo pulling and hauling
on a ticket. Ynu must havo united
work to accomplish anything. You
must vote the straight ticket and have
organization which will bring good
laws and good government."
J. II. R. Kaleo next made a stiprt
cpeedi in Hawaiian which was well
After n comet solo by Sam Kamaka
A. V. Clear was Introduced amidst cries
or "Where are your monkeys?" He
"(lentlemctii I have been attacked
for making too many promises. If
elected, I will be tbu servant of the
people, I want tu nee you have what
5011 want. I want tu see the County
laborers get more pay. 1 want you
to havo not nnly-enough money to
live propel y, but also to lay by a lit
tle." Auditor lllcknell said: "I wish to
thank you for coming hern In such
largo numbers. I want to ask you
to vote ns you have before and elect a
straight Republican ticket. 1 have
done my work In tho past term and It
elecled will do so ngiln."
John Marcelllno said: "Thero are
two Portuguese candidates for you to
thoo'c from. 1 have nothing personal
against Mr. Sllva. I cannot say, how
ever, that ho has any principal when
he helped draft a platform at Walluku
and then came back and ran on a dif
ferent parly ticket."
A. U. Castro mounted the platform
lu the midst of cheers and groaus
from the audience. As ho was being
Introduced some one in the crowd
(blow Rever.il small stonea at Chair
man Pacheco, who made the statement
that those who did It wero "dirty
Castro said: "I want to ask you
to stick lo your principles and your
party. Do not lose your principle; do
not dlsgrneo joursclves by going back
on your friends.
"I know almost every man In this
audience and consider you lo bo all
honorable citizens. I have been abus
ed by numa of you, but I ask you to
glvo mo a chance to show you that
I can do more than the man who turn
ed his back on principle and party tu
oppose nin lu tills election.
"f gained the nomination by fair
means mid did not have tho support
of the machine, but of the conserva
tive business men. My opponent, ou
the other hand, bad the entire support
of that "machlno", which he decries
"Tho Legislature. If Republican,
will ask Congress to umend the Or
ganic Act In order that better lawn In
legard to land may be enacted.
"Morn than 13111) peoplo aio now
coming across the Atlantic. The chil
li i en will be educated lu our public
hoIiihiIb nnd will be among our voters
when they grow up. 'I he Republi
cans have given us these schools
which huvo educated us and will tdu
BURTON TO JAIL
Topekn, Kan., Oct. 18. J llu appeal In
the United States biipiemo Court hav
ing been denied. Josenb It. linrtm. itu
Senator fiom Kansas, convicted' of
inning in me;, will be committed to
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