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T.c1 J Editorial
Those who would live by the split
ticket will tllo liy the split ticket.
Mr. Hnsliell nml Mr. Roosevelt now
hno the lloor. We presume that
Tnft and llryan are still candidate!)
This will not he a campaign of
personalities. The two new parties
that hno come Into the fluhl nre tho
eleemosynary peripatetics and tho
Judged hy the largo crowd assem
bled before tho Advisory Land Coin
intfslon, the land ptoblcm Isn't so
close to the heart of tho people. Yet
land administration wilt figure In
tho ballot on election day.
If personality were nil there In lo
linlllfru t.ntlilni- f.iiil I fit. Ilia. It if t
let In more pleasure than to nbslst
Admiral lleckley In reaching tho goal
of his more recent political ambitions.
Since Mr. Heckle.' has decided to
number himself among the Inde
pendents, wo can un'.y express regret.
Ho deserves u better fnto than that
which must nun It htm on election
Honolulu has no special reason to
plume Itself in consequenco of tho
transport Shcildan having passed di
rect from Nagasaki to San l'rnnclsco.
Tho city and the hnrbnr will be as
seriously exposed to cholera Infection
by the regular llnerj from tho Orient
as by tho transport. It Is fur better
for this "cross-roada" headquarters to
havo the reputation of ability to
handlo shipping from all points, than
becomo known .is n port that Is
"Every delegate to any convention
shall, by virtue of hi: taking his seat
therein, he deemed n hav nlnlmxl
himself to abide by the result of the ,10,nbl examples of tho nttltudo of
convention and to support the candi- ,, 1,eo',Ie ,owri "independent" can
dates therein nominated." Section 1'"'Iatcs-
15, Art. VII, Rules of the Republican ' Ho wl" flmI ,,ml "' """ who thus
Party. placet himself outside tho party or-
It was under the rules of tho lie- Kanlzatlon Is like tho one without n
publican party that Carlos Long nc-, wintry, and ho not only secures his
ceptcd election tj tho Republican
convention. That he should so soon
violate this rule uut Its pledgo car
ries Its own conclusion us to tho stan
dard of citizenship exemplified In his
unfortunate "Independent" candi
dacy. POOR IAUKEA !
Sheriff Iaukea's Independent candi
dacy for re-election to tho ofllcn he
now holds may be put down. as ono of
tho foolish curiosities with which Mr.
Iaukea has made hit career notable
First Homo Hitler, then Ilcpubll
can, again Homo littler, and then n
Democrat, tho last state of this man
la worso than the first. Hut since ho
has seen fit to turn political lllp-flops
previous to ovcry election, It Is per
haps not surprising that ho should
desire to finally bury himself politi
cally as an "Independent."
As a candld.ito for tho political
scrap-heap, Iaukea takes first place.
Wo presumo Mr. Thwlng will bo his
POLITICAL TREACHERY OP
There Is neither rhyme, reason, nor
necessity In the Im'cpcndcnt candi
dacy of Carlos Long.
It makes no difference for what
office ho nnnntinces himself, on sec
ond thought, ns n ciindldato. Ho was
a member of tho Republican conven
tion against whosn candidates ho
now declares himself. Wo uso "can
didates" advisedly. It Is too much to
expect of ordinary human naturo to
suppobe that Mr. Long can array him
self against ono candidate on tho
party ticket without his action hav
ing any lulluoneo on tho voto for
other candidates on tho party ticket
ho helped to name.
If Mr. Long ns a "loyal" Republi
can feels that ho has not violated
nny of tho rules of political morality
by his Independent cnndldacy ho
must not bo surprised If ho discovers
n good number of voters In a retalia
tory mood thnt wJI) be expressed by
scratching regular candidates with
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Per Vtar, anjwhere In U S I.oo
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1 HtXOIlJ clasf MlllTa
SEPTEMBER 28, 1008
whom It Is known Mr. Long Is Intl
! mutely associated.
! Tho Kepuhllc.-in com out Ion was
the most bitter nntc.it that him been
waged In Honolulu. Straight party
.doctrlno and strnUhl party loyalty
would wipe out thl. feeling. Mr.
living's action, will keep It nllve
throughout the whole campaign. Tho
tcsult will not be helpful to tho cnuso
of good government, to Mr. Long, or
to those with whom ho associated In
So much for tho factional side of II.
Mr. Long was a member of n con
tention gmcrned by a tecognizctl
party rule that tho delegates hy nr
ccptfng election, pledgo themselves to
ttand by the action of the whole.
True, Mr. Long did not stand upon
tho platform and declare that ho
would stand hy the ticket, but when
J1,0 nccMted the nomination and olec
tlon from his precinct ho did so un
der the rules of tho Republican party
which distinctly pledges tho dele
gates. And If tnc pledge wero not
expressed In print, tho moral obliga
tion of accepting tho decision of tho
majority N iccognlrcd mid accepted
uniting men who seek to ralso the
Biiiitdiird of pontine, nml bring good,
square, common honesty Into tho sci
ence of government.
Mr. Long's position would bo qulto
different had he, In tho convention,
rained n word of protest or been tho
victim of unholy political tactics,
which brought about his downfall.
Ho might havo homo excuso If ho had
been outside tho convention and hud
not acquiesced In Its deliberations.
Mr. Long is playing snake-ln-tlie-Brass
politics and no declamations on
"eleemosynary peripatetics" can mako
It Is to bo rcgrcttetl that Mr. Long
has allowed himself to bo led Into
such an unhappy position. Hi. li.m
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of the
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain price for quick
MANOA VALLEY BARGAINS.
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A property suitable for a large
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grounds. Price, $3,000.
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Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
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"I do not know much about the
tariff, but I know this much,
when we buy manufactured goods
abroad, we get the goods and
the foreigner gets the money.
When we buy the manufactured
goods at home we get both the
goods and the money."
Hawaii s Prosperity and ranid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and tha
vote of the people in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
own defeat but seriously threatens
the prospects of those within tho par
ly wmi whom ho has previously been
The lot of tho "Independent" ran-
tlldato Is an unhappy one, nml It
ought to be. Treachery In politics
has yet to receive- tho approval of
W. 0. SMITH FAVORS
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stead of ti frame lipase. Mrs. Iaukea,
an old retainer of tho royal family,
appeared before the Land Advisory
Hoard this morning and told her trou
blcs. It seems that sho Is n pur
chase leaseholder of some land In
rnioio valloy, and hei neighbors, sho
said, told her thai tho Government
would take her land away from her
iui iiiu luitsiiii mm Biie lived m n
grass house, Instead of n framo build
ing, on tho land.
Sho told how she worked haul,
picking up guava, l-unul nuts, nml
tl-leaes on her land, how sho grew
her small patch of vegetables, how
her husband had lint been ablo to
work for ten years, anil sho wanted to
know If sho had t i lose her land nml
her homo because iin lived In n grass
Land Commissioner I'ratt explain
ed to tho old lady that tho Govern
ment would not lnc her land away
from her ns long as sho lived up lo
tho agreement, .in. I ho stnted that
It did not mako nny dlffercnco whe
ther Bho lived In a grabs or n wooden
hntibe. Chad man Lewis told her that
her grabs houso was ns good as n pal
ace liibor.ir ns tho fjuestlou Involved
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES.
Tho Auto Livery will from Hits duto
rcdtieo all automobile, wink an nor
cent. One passenger Insldo ellv llm.
lis, I'uiialiou St., Wylllc Kt., ur Kunio
hnmelia Schools. Gdc. Calling or slmi
I'm. f.mi per nour. contlmioiiH inly
ing sri.oo per hour; Jl.on hccond: Sl.no
for third. Around Island, 1 10.00
Phono No. fi. li H, u:vis.
Wc will be CLOSED
All Day Wednesday
ON ACCOUNT OF
''"-' -i",wiir" nh'v 1?rw
New home; modern plumbing; all
latest convenience?; d bedrooms; sit
uate on Young Street near Punahou;
convenient to all carlines; only ten
minutes to Fort Street. Terms asy.
. Girl Is Instrument
A ghost, n Ihtiloen-tear-oV. c'll.
and u largo bunch of spiritualists aro
halng tho time of their lives on
Punchbowl this morning. Tho ghost
brolco lose In tho old Ilojil houso o.i
l'tmchbowl street csterday, and tho
Inhabitants, Stephen IVcarlck, a Pole,
mill his Spaulth wife hae been scared
almost out of thtlr nils.
Tho young girl, Lsperanza Gonsalcs,
was employed ns it rcivniit by tho IV
e.irlrka mid Banmo i. I... l.. ..... .......
connected with the hvsii.rv. iim
tnriMinn scientists say that tho Is a
'V01"'""' nl "io skeptics say that
?'' "' ''?c!l lmU"B k0T f,,u iU ,l,u
TlhTgt are of a
i tuner commonplace oider. It Is al
leged to havo tumbled pictures off tl..i
wall, thrown ldndllnt; thtough chisel
windows without breaklni: tin glas.,,
Bhled fiiueels and tin cups Into tho
dining loom from-tho kitchen ami to
han btuck kiijves and cmkscrowa in
to tho table. t
Yesterday Catholic priests blessed
(ho house, detectives took n look
aioiind, but nothing happened whlio
tbepo peoplo worn about. A leporter
who also (ook'n look, was hit In the
bark of tho necl. by n nan, but ho Is
Inclined to think that It was thrown
by a mortal hand.
This moinliig iho houso was Isiled
by ti largo gathering or Chilstljii Sel
enlists, Theosophlsts, psychlsts. pay.
sociologists and other it,ts most of
hem lailliM. who took u gteat interest
n tho phenomena. Nothing stinngo
happened, however, while, thev were
there. Ah ti mailer of r.iet. tbo phe
nomena stopped its Minn es lisp- rnnzo
H.-U me iiom-e last night.
Mis. Pee-trlck firmly btllees that
hi ubi is in worn. Hlui showed tho
.miiiiiiiiK riowu mo works of llm tin
seen hands this inoiiilntr. Tin. .,i-.
lure, which hail fallen down, nml tho
mirror which had turned, both had
nails, ono or them with a btting ,,l.
tached. which suggested lo the skep-
IIP lliril r. ln! l , ,. . . -
... ...... ...m tuuui easily nac liecn
inajeti. in ti10 relation of the other
pliwnomena it was always peculiar that
tho girl appeared lo Imvo heen eloso
at hand, dxcept In tho cato of tho
corkscrow, which. It was said, was
"..... ...... mo Hunt., ttliilo Mis. 'o-
carlck was wlthlng n f0iv feet ot It
and tho girl wnS umier t,0 hotifo
A stoui-lirier was exhibited, iind It
was stated that this hnd been broken
WU? Vl!lt' .'"" n rl0,' "xnwlnatlon
levcaled tho fact that tho break was
For over Twenty Years we
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Our stock is the Largest in
the city and our Prices are
We welcome a comparison
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We have a large new assortment of the latest nrtistic designs in these shirts a splen
did stock, most exclusive in style, design, and quality. , ,
Wc also maki shirts
FIGHT OF CURIO
DEALERS IN COURT
. Haled Before
A fight between the dealers in cu
rios of this rtty was tho thing which
eng.tgcd most of the attention ot
Judge Andrade In tho Police Court
this morning. Klrst of all, John i:f
finger, who Is somewhat ot n chuirH
pillar himself, was charged with vio
lating tho Sabbath law by keeping
his storo open on Sunday, nud Jas.
Stelner and Mrs. Talor, tho florist,
were up on similar charges. All the
complaints wore f-vtun to by II.
Itlctow, nlbii u cuilo dealer, who does
not keep his btoro open on Sundays.
.. S. liimphie)s, who uppcnicd
for nil tho defendants, interposed a
demuncr to tho complaint on tho
ground that It did not btiito what
goods wero sold or to whom thoy wcio
told. He contended that under tho
Sixth Constitutional Amendment tho
defendants hud n light to know tho
specific facts. Prosecutor Ilrown re
plied that ho coul I not supply those
details, but that he intended to nrgtio
that this was noc necessary. Argu
ment of tho point was set for Wed
nesday. This was followed by tho caso of
Captain W.ilp.i Parker on it chargo ot
assault and battery on Hlelow on
Sunday, Sept. C, wjieu Itlctow came
to ask him to close tho stores of his
ilvals. Parker, It appeared, told Hie.
tow that ho would tuko no action
without first consulting his supcrl
ors, and when Uletnw Insisted that
ho should tako prompt action, ho or
dered Itlctow out ot tho station
twice. Itlctow had not used nny vio
lent language, but Parker hail put
him out by plncir.g his hand on his
hhouldcr, though ho had used no ex
cess of force.
The Captain win finally repriman
ded nnd discharged, Iho Court finding
that the assault wis purely n techni
Dr. John M. Clarke, New York stale
geologist, reports that Iron oro do
posits In tho stnto aggicgato about
Jonn !-. snarroth of Denver, was
nominated by Colorado Democrats for
gocrnor of tho btato.
Tho .Supremo court or Oklahoma has
sustained tho bank guaranty deposit
n .i n it n n :: n si tt a
old and ruMy. whereas tho ghost hs
only been walking dining tho past fow
Tho ladles who look an Intorest h
tho nir.tlr woro all ery earnest l.t
their Investigation, though nono of
them wero prepared to explain tho
phenomenon, bejond suggesting that
tho girl was a stiong medium throtinii
whom n spirit, who wanted boiiioIIiIiis
done, was rommiinlcatlng, Chns. It.
Frlzler, who has miido ninny ro.
bearches of this kind of thliiCH on -i
bclcntiflu basis, howoicr, declared, uf
lor nn lncstlgntlon of tho promises,
that this was beyond doubt n nun ,.r
spirits communicating through a
medium. 4,-i ,
During tho forenoon tho clil w.n
sent for, ami on her arrival sho wn
seized upon by tho HpIrllunlUlH mid
nskeil lo explain. Thev tliomsclvei
told her that she was not to blame.
bllt thnt IliystorlmiH llirenrli.u .....-.. ..,
lug thtoiigh hor. Tho young lndv her.
relf was very angry with Mrs Pucur
Ick, nud demanded that elm ,i...,-.. n,...
fche (Esporanzai had plaved nny tricks
on her. and throatoned that unless this
wcio dono sho wculd consult -i lawyo-.
In tho iiiennttiiin ivetirtnv i... .i,.'
elded to shako tho dust from his rcu
nml Is today occupied In tho idoasant
!-......., ... iiuuse iiitining, whllo ltlii
wiro In entoitainlni' lUitnra m. .,...
story of tho Mslta of tho uhost.
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'You people bore in Honolulu h:vo
some hot political lights now bofnio
you, but theto Is nono more wnim
than Hint which Is now go I in; on at
thu Settlement at Molokal for tho po
sition or Sheriff," stnted Jack Mc
Veigh, siipcilnttudeul of tho leier
settlement, this mottling to n II u I
let In man.
"Tho peoplo nt the Settlement Icivo
tho political rover at tho present limit
ns badly ns jmt ham hero, and don t
jou rorgct It. Thero Is bouto live cam
paigning going ou. Tlueu men mo on
tho slato tor Sheriff of tho Cou-itv or
Molokal, representing III tlueo lead
ing parties. Republican, Dcmocrallc
and Homo Utile.
' Wulamaii Is tho ranillilpt.? on (ho
I Ciubllcnn ticket, Kelllk.uo mi thu
Democratic, nnd William No'V.v .
the Homo llitlo ticket. Tit.' race Lc
tAion these thtco Is too rp so yet lo
pick out tho coming Sheriff with iuy
dcgico of ccttalnly."
Judge Lliidsay'ii Court:
Satto v. Hawaiian liuu I'cnco nnd
Moiiumeiital Co.; trial.
Jiidgo Do Ilolt's Cort:
Klrst American Savings Hank v. A.
J. Campbell, 10 n. lit.
Mury HlchiiriU v. On Tal.
J. L. Holt v. i:. Hart.
Judgo KobliisonV Court:
Territory v. All Wong; tilal.
Territory v. M. Nclns; tilal.
Tcnltory v. 11. W. Chase; trial.
Judge Dole's Couit:
U. 8. v. HnlcQl'flla Ilatieh Co.; lest
WEAVER WILL TEACH
The Y. M. C. A. has secured two
strong men ns teachers In tho Asso
ciation Institute. A. L. C. Atkln-1
con will teach Commercial Law and
Judge P. L. Weaver for Civil Gov
ernment. Nothing Excels
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facts and fifrures of Island infor
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HAWAIIAN POLK TALES for the
legends and traditions of this in
teresting race. These, with oth
er current books relating to Ha
waii, nnd many out of print, may
be had at
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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