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RATIFICATION MEETING HELD AT AALA PARK SHOWED TREND
OF THINQS-NOT VERY LARGE CROWD IT ENTHUS-
ED PARTICULARLY ON SHOTS AT LAND
POLICY HARVEY TALKS
The Democrats of the city had n
Bryan ratification meeting at Aula
I'arlc Thursday evening. They did
not turn out very much of a crowd,
tho beats offered by the benches be
ing filled and u few additional chairs
being brought In, Tho threatening
weather doubtless kept tthne nway.
It was not a largo meeting and there
was not much enthusiasm, but the
speakers did their work well, and
were well received.
0. J. Waller, the Democratic Na
tional Committeeman, presided, and
prominent Democratic leaders were
on tho platform. Tho band played.
Fred, need Interpreted. A lnrgo pic
ture of Win. J. llryan adorned tho
back well and on either side was a
large American nnd Hawaiian flag.
The responses of the audience
showed very clearly that the rank
and fllo will respond with moro en
thusiasm to the land question than
nn thing else tho Democrats have to
offer. Watson mado somo very radi
cal land comment nnd ho wns vigor
ously applauded. In speaking of the
Raima land business he said that tho
Ilcpubllcans had refused tho land to
tho whito citizens, the Hawaiian cit
izens, and the Portuguese citizens,
nnd given It to tho Moloknns. When
the Molokans failed, did the Repub
licans then give the lands to tho cit
izens? No! They Intend to turn It
over to a sugar plantation.
Allan Herbert brought forth a
hearty rcsponso when ho said he
wanted no offlco and wanted no land.
All he asked was, "Homes for the
homeless and lands for tho landless."
Many hoped to hear L. I. McCand
less, but he did not Bpcak. His beam
Ing countcnunco wns prominent
among those on tho platform and'ho
looked supremely happy.
"On my return from Denver, I
heard some Hawnlians speaking
about drawing the color line at the
coming election. They advised tho
people to vote for that man; vote for
Hawnlians and not tho haoles. We
must not do such n foolish thing. We
will loso our franchlso by adopting
such a. policy. I am not in favor of
drawing tho color lino. I will op
pose It with my last breath."
Frank Harvey, who was Introduced
as the first speaker of the Democratic
meeting at Anla Park last night, ut
tered tho above words. During his
speech Harvey was frequently Inter
tupted by Jesse Makalnal, who occu
pied one of the front scats placed on
I ho ground.
"Let us as voters put up n clean
political fight," continued Harvey.
f"We must not oppose each other, skin
against skin. We must not oppose
one man because ho is haole and
ote for another man because he Is n
Hawaiian. Tho Hawallans today arc
enjoying tho franchlso given them by
the Americans becauso they believed
we wcro educated; but If wo draw
tho coldr line, which Is ono of the
most foolish things, wo will surely
lose our franchise." i
"How do you know we would lose
our franchlso If wo draw tho color
lino?" asked Jcbso Makalnal.
"llccauso of our foolish act," an
swered Harvey. '
"We won't lose our franchise by
drawing tho color line," continued
Makalnal. "As long as we are edu
cated wo will everlastingly enjoy our
right of voting," retorted Makalnal.
"Wo must recognlzo tho fact that
wo are all American citizens. We
nro living under the Stars and
Stripes. Wo are under thn protec
tion of the American euglo. If wo
draw the color line our political days
will be short.
"The Hawallans today are getting
their dally bread from tho haoles. No
Hawaiian can deny It, as It is a fact.
Why, then, should wo agitate the
color line. If wo lnslut on drawing
tho color line wo will bo pillkia, and
not tho haoles, who aro amply sup
plied with tho necessaries of life,"
Harvey was applauded at the con
clusion of his speech.
Treasurer K.'H. Trent was next In
troduced, and ho entertained the nu
dlcnco with his usual humorous
speech. "I am a' sandwich man,"
said Trent. He said that the Demo
cratic delegation from Hawaii was
given due recognition In Denver,
whllo tho Republican delegation was
only represented by two delegates.
Tho others who went In tho hope of
being1 seated, wore told to go nway
back and sit down. "Whon Bryan
was hero, ho shook hands with a Ha
waiian policeman," continued Trent.
"Had ho been a Republloan, ho would
have simply passed with his tall hat
nnd swallow-tail coat, and novcr have
had time to meet a Hawaiian police
man." "I wish to say that tho Municipal
Act was somewhat neglected In Us
enforcement after Its passage" be
gan Fern. "Thoso who registered In
liiOC, nccording to my understanding
of the law, are eligible to votu for
both tho Territorial nnd County offi
cials. Whllo thoso who registered In
1908 can only vote for Territorial of
ficials. It was Intended that tho elec
tion under the Municipal law was to
take ptneo In 1907, but this wns not
done. I Intend to ask the opinion of
tho County Attornoy on the munici
pal law before wo proceed (o do pol
itics." He said that this question of
qualification should be tested by tho
Supremo Court at once for settlement
rather than watt until after tho elec
tion, when the whole Act might be
Win. Olepau of tho Labor party
did n little Interfering, but he wns
smoothed over by Fern, who knows
how to handle William In such n
case. Fern before closing snld that
the Democratic Mayor defeated tho
Republican Mayor In Walla Walla,
which meant that the Democrats are
gaining strength In the United
Herbert Stilt Young.
"I don't want to bo called, for
there are many Indies present." said
Allan Herbert. Ho then snitched off
and related Frank Han?)' secrets
while In tho States recently.
"I came hero and Uteri under three
kings and a queen. I want no oince
and I want no land, but 1 want tho
homeless to havo homes and tho land
less to have lands.
"You must do something for your
sclws, Instead of hooplliplltlng with
AchI and tho Homo Rtilo puny."
Watson's Able Speech.
E. M. Watson, with Fred Weed as
Hawaiian interpreter, made ono of the
best speeches of tho night Ills words
wcro to tho point and full of tlgor nnd
Watson snld that tho Huwallan dele
gation was recognized at the Denver
convention. Every member was seat
ed and somo of the most prominent
Democratic Senators and Congress
men came to sea tho Hawaii delega
tion. Tho Republican dclcKatlon was
not received warmly by the mainland
Republicans, ns (July two of Hawaii's
delegates were seated while the rust
wandered about. "The Republican
Governor hero did overj thing ho could
for the Molokans, who were mallhlnls
In tho country. They were given
lands on Kauai, whllo the Hawaiian?
and tho American citizens who have
lived hero were turned down. That
Is what tho Republican party has done
for many years. Slnco ! Democratic
party presented Its land policy and
got a plank In tho Democratic plat
form, tho Republican Governor hat
appointed a Land Advisory Hoard tr
investigate tho situation. No Ha
wallan can expect anything good from
the Republican party here.
"GIvo tho Democrats a clianco to
control tho local affairs and wo will
seo that oyoryono Is glen fair and
"Wo Intend to hold our convention
drat. Wo will placo beforo you good
and reliable men for candidates. W
are not afraid of tho Republicans,
They know their weakness today and
are afraid to hold their convcntloi
"On tho mainland thcro aro twi
well known political parties, tho R
publican and the Democratic parties
In Hawaii nel thero aro three, the Ho
publican, Democratic and tho Home
"Under tho tariff policy of tho Re
publicans sugar from tho Philippine!,
will camo In to compete with ours and
Hawaii will bo tho home of small
farmers like Walter O. Smith."
Watson said the Democratic plan
Is a tariff for revenue and not ono ol
dovn'statlon llko tho Itopubllcans.
Maul Home Rulers Now Democrats.
Rev. Koklpl, one of the most ac
compllshed Hawaiian speakers, wat
listened to with Interest and cutlius
"Tho Maul Homo Rulers aro todav
staunch. Democrats," said Koklpl. "1
am today a Democrat, though former
ly a Homo Ruler. Tho action of the
Ropubllcan party in giving Lanal to
ono man is tho downfall of that party
Today, tho oplhlls anil squid on Lanal
aro tabued. This ono man who owns
Lanal has adopted that no oplhlls and
squid could bo taken nway from nnd
around Lanal. The natives on Lanal
aro prevented from eating them and
on that account they would voto for
"Another reason why tho Hawaiian
Maulans intend to-work for tho Dom
ocratlo party Is becauso it was the
party that triod to restoro tho Mon
archical form of government after it
wns overthrown by tho Republican ad
ministration, Cleveland sent Illount
down hero in nrde'r to accomplish hi
purpose, but when Harrison became
President of thii United States ho ord
ored the Hawaiian flag lowered and
the American flag lalscd on tho then
palace. This action of tho Ropubllcan
administration Is still fresh In tho
memory of tho Hawallans on Maul."
Keklpt told many Interesting stories
and tho Hawallans applauded hlii;
Klakahl Attacked Cupid.
Iocla Klakahl, a defeated candidate
for tho House of Representatives, was
tho last speaker. Ho said among oth
er things that tho Democratic party
would put up a good man as n can
didate for Dolognto to Congress. "D;d
egnto Prince Kiihlo has not done any
thing for tho benefit of tho poor peo
ple," said Klakahl. "Ho was and Is
for tho rich people Tho poor people
could not expect to dcrlvo any good
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