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JAPAN WILL NOT
FIGHT UNCLE SAM
An cxrceillnBly liiteiestltiir nml In
utructUo mlriroRH on tho relations of
Jnimn nml the United Statfn waa Rlv
til leforo tho Minlstorinl Union this
rorciioon y Itov. .1. U, Do Forrest,
H t) . n Christian worker of thirty-four
joaw BtnntllnR In Jnuan. whono intl.
mate ncqiiBlutancq with most of that
rountiy'H foixmnst military juen an J
illliiomntB (iiaccB him In a position to
bjk.uk villi authority,
T'.iO speaker brought out very
n.roiigly tlui point that Japan foels
moro friendly toward tho United
Kt.itcH than towards any other nation,
not u en excoptlng hur nllj, nnglonil,
nml that tho rumors that Japan waa
cnntomplatliig war against America
wro nlniird. Tho rcaHon for Japan's
frlondHhlp ho gac an follows: tho fact
that Commodoro opened
Japan peacefully, vhl!o any "other na
tlon under Hlmllar clrcunistaiicos
would hao used forco; tho' mngnlfl.
cent lino of diplomat!) who had boon
maintained by tho United States at
Toklo, whgero thc had often proicnt
cd other power's from taking nggrcs
sUo steps; tho fact that thousands of
Japanese who had been educated In
tho United States, felt friendly to
wanlsi that coiintr) on nctounl of kind
ly treatment recehed thcro; that tho
United States was tho only country
which had over returned an Indemnity
to Japan; tho sMiipathy shown b tho
United States during tho war with
Itiipsla; tho prompt relief which came
from tho United States during tho
tlmo of famine which succeeded the
wor; and finally because tho United
Stntcs was tho first nntlon to ucog
nlzu tho rlRht of Japan in Korea.
Dr. Do Ton est iipnko stioiiRly on tho
attacks niado by Keprescntntho Hob
son on Japan. "I was anmed at tho
dilURu ut malicious slamler circulated
agtlnnt Japan,' ho said, "especially
i.ero tho attacks of Hobson tho sil
liest nonsense, ignorance and slander.
t undertook to punish him, and I think
I dlil, only ho Is so thlcksklnued that
I do not think ho felt It."
"Them wllT bo no treacherous step
takm by Japan against tho Philip
pines," said Dr. Do Forrest in conclu
sion. "You could not lnduco Japan
to mako a hostile mtno against Ha
wnll. They want us to lmo tho Phil
ippines and would halo to liavo any
other mtlon h.no Hit in. As far as
Japan is concerned It Is of no iibo to
build naval stations and fortllltations
In our Insular possessions."
WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN
(Continued from Pace 1)
of their gifts of eloquence
Lucas Will Preside
The meeting will bo opened by
Chairman A. L. C. Atkinson of tho
Territorial Central Committee, who
will Introduce Jack I.ucdH, who by
presiding will show that ho has no
hard feelings against tho party, ovon
though ho did not come out victorious
In tho raco for tho Mil) oral ty.
"Wo will show that tho Kcpubllcan
party is not disrupted," said Chair
man Judd of the County Committee
In this connection. "Notwithstand
ing former internal differences It Is
now putting forward n united front."
Party That Does
Ono of tho most Interesting speech
es or tho evening will bo dellvorcd by
K. A. Douthltt, camlldato for tho
House, who will speak on tho work
dono by tho Kcpubllcan party In tho
past, showing It ob tho party which
docs, and not as tho party which
promises Ho will urge the nudlcnco
to ote tho straight ltcpiibllcnn tick
et. Lano will outline his own position,
In outer to put n quietus to tho ru
more which h.ivo from tlmo to tlmo
been circulated about him, and Kuhlo
will make a speech, tho subject of
which 1ms not beon ghen tho County
Commlttco hi far. Thfe other speakers
will bo Charllo Chllllngworth, John
IliiRl.es, Stephen Dosha, John Wise,
Sol. Kalclopu, and W. T. Haw I Ins.
Muslo will bo furnished by tho Kn-
Waianac All Republican
i rom mo country uisiricis couio
reports of big Ilopubllrnn rallies. Wnl
nnao Is GiUhuslisttcnlly Republican,
states Hairy Holt, who was visiting
down there ocr Sunday. A big
meeting was hold Saturday night,
with Kup in as chairman. Tho fol
lowing speakers wcro heard: Mapu,
Kiilllcha, JiiiIro Kckahu, I.clco, Kan
la, and George Mnlunn, tho popular
candidate for Deputy Sheriff. Mn
liina seems to liavo tho edgo over his
rival at present. The Walanao band
was out In nil Its glory at tho meet
ing, anil inado things lhcly with stir
Democrats in Country
While tho Homo ltulc-l,ahorto
meeting was going on at Anl.i Park
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40c
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts.;
and less than 80 feet from it, facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr. Olive Da
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 02 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
a small 6-room Cottago on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST,
last Saturday night tho Democrats
wont down to Ewa, Walalua, and'
I.alo to speak to tho oters thcro. At
Walalua tho Democratic candidate
for Mayor, Joseph Fern, was greeted
warmly and loaded up with Ids.
Those who addressed tho meeting
there wcro Pern, Frank R. Harvey,
Joseph Kuhla, fudge Filings, nml
John Kmmcluth. At Ewn J. C. An
derson, II. T. Moore, Dan Kamnhtl,
Lnpana Kcawopooole. nnd 1M, I,lko
addressed an orderly meeting. At
Laic, where tho Homo Rulers
gathered to hear the report of the
Homo Rulo delegatei- to their con
vention, Wm. Jnrrctt. U. M. Watson,
R. It, Trent, J. K. i'acle, Apuakehau,
and Jno. I'rcndergast did the speak-
iig. According to the Democrats the
Homo Rulers announced that they
would oto for good men regardless
of party. Tho Democrats returned
Home Rulers and Laborites
Tonight tho Homo Rulers and La
borites ,wlll hold three separate meet
ings. At Kallhl camp the meeting
will bo presided over by Wni. Rcuter.
The speakers will be Chns. J. Ilroad,
D. Damtana, Hen Pocpoc, R. W. Da
vis, J. M. Pocpoe, Cecrgo C. llcckley,
H. C. Vldn, Chas. K. Notlcy, S. K.
Malioe. J. Kuhahnwal, A. K. Kckal,
J. Mukatnnl, nnd J. M. Kenloha. On
School street, corner of Ullhn, D.
Kalauokalanl Sr. will be the chair
man. The speakers will be: 1 1. C.
VIda. J. M. Kealoha, J. Malta Innl. S.
If Mnlmn C if Vntlntf lfmiliiL i.l.il
J.Kal.ahawnl.R.W.Davl,A.K.Ke:&,any?" tendered Wm. Charles
leal, D. Damtnnn, Ben Poepoc,
Poepoc, anil Chas. J. Broad,
it Kewalo, whero another
Rule-Laboritc, mcetlns will bo held,
D. W. Mahiiahua will oflletatc. The
speakers will bo George C. Ileckley,
J, M. Poepoc, C. IC. Nolle), A. K. Ke-
kal, J. M. Kealoha, J. Mahalunl, 11.
C. VIda. C. J. Broad, 'R. W. Davis,
J. S Kahoohalahala, Akont Kahlnu,
W. K. Kntelhula, S. Umaumi, and
(Continued from hn 1)
of tho Democrats, becausu tho Icrrl
tory would lose reenuo from the go;
eminent lands. Ho condemned the
Republican party, becaure of tho Gov
ernor's smpathy with tho planters
and of his disregard of tho Hawaiian
"When a certain Hawaiian bill peti
tioned tho Governor for n pleco of
land. It was turned down, but h
planters asked for It, and It was g.ant
cd," said Notloy.
"Another thing that tho Rcpubltr-anif
and Democrats In Hawaii aic working
for Is tho Immigration of Kuiqpean
laborers. Why thcro nro enough flelJ
hands In tho Islands today and If the
planters would only raise their niy.
tho laborers would bo satisfied with
It. In splto or tho scvorltj of tho Tod
oral Immigration law, the planters, In
violation of that law, nro trying to
bring Eurojican Immigrants to this
country at their expenso,. Tho Attor
ney General of tho United States Ins
ruled that assisted Ininilgintlon wis
a direct violation of the United 8'ntes
Immigration law. Tho planters of H'
wall today uro trying to break tho
"Delegate Kuhlo has been and Is do
ing his best to see that tho planters'
wishes nro granted by Congioss. Judg
Ing from his work, it Is am areut that
ho represents tho rich and not tho
Notloy before concluding, state 1
that Kuhlo had been ncgllrent If his
duties In not seeing to It that tho Foil
oral law regarding tho raising of Fed
oral Juror fees to 3 a day waa oxteuo
cd to Hawaii.
l(o told tho nudlenco that the Dcrr
cratlc cnndldato for Delegato to Con
gress wus simply talking about the
prlnclplo or tho Democratic land pol
Icy In order to get Notes, when In fact
ho know that It would bo to the OU
advantago pf the Hawallans.
During his long address, Notley, wlio
occasionally turned back and looked at
tho nominees, failed to rccognizo or
mako mention or tbo I.aborltes can
didates. Beckley on Himself.
Oeorgo C. Hockley (Mcohoau), In
dopendent cnndldato for treasurer,
first read a written Hawaiian speech,
in wincn no recitoa ins genealogy,
showing his connection with Kumo-
hamcha tho Great. Ho then called up
on tbo Republicans, Democrats, Homo
Kulors, Laborites, poolas and every
body o Iso to Noto for him.
His written speech was: ,
"I havo the honor to appear be
foro jou 11s an liulcpeiulcntxandldato
for County Treasurer. I am nn In
dependent candidate, becauso It Is the
pcoplo who rule, and not tho parties,
and because, f elected, I do not wish
to bo under obligations to any ma
chlno or ring of any Itlrid.
"Tho gentlemen opposed to mo nro
cajialiln nnd honest men, but I know
that I, too, am honest nnd have tho
capacity to fill tills office to tho sat
isfaction of the public.
"If I mn honored by jour votes, 1
will doNote my tlmo and nttentlon to
tho duties of tho office, and will not
run It as u side Issuo to any other
business, or as a feeder to n private
enterprise. 1 was born and grew up
In Hawaii nel, and here I expect to
live nnd dlo; 1 have property Inter
ests in this County, as olsowhero In
tho Territory, and nm concerned In
honest nnd economical government,
Just as much so as any man In the
Territory of llawall. I have for more
than forty cnrs hold positions of
great responsibility and trust, havo
handled thousands of dollars belong
ing to othor pcoplo, and no roan can
truthfully say that I have ever violat
ed my duty In any respect whatevor.
I iisk J on to glvo mo your earnest sup
port, and faithfully promise you that
nou will never havo cauao to regret
"The principal question bcloro the.
DR. ROLLER WILL .
TALK AT Y1C.A.
Next Wednesday nt 8 p. 111 , Dr.
Rollct, the world-faint tm wrestler nnd
athlete, will talk nt tho Y. M. C. A.
on subjects of general Interest to tho
athletes and uhvslcal culture stu-
dentj of this city. Dr. Roller, who
hns been a physical director at tho
University of Washington, and Is a
graduate phjslclan, has been request
ed to make this talk because of his
peculiar fitness to advlso the budding
athletes of tho Association and of Ho
nolulu. He will talk on athletics In gener
al, on hygienics, nnd on that caro and
training of the body which produces
the Mghest results In physical man
hood. Tho lecturo will bo open for all
who wish to attend It. and tho o(Tl
ccrs of the Association hac Issued a
cordial Imitation to all tho nthlctcs
of this city to bo present.
Di. Roller leaes this place next
SunJny, accompanied by Professor
Pete Baron, to look for 11 match with
Champion Frank Uotch.
people today is 'Shall tho trusts rule
or shall tho pcoplo rule the corpor
ations such as the Standard Oil Com-
the Inter-Island Steamship
Ha Ing asked the Indulgence of tho
audience, Achl spoke first In Kngllsh,
Homclmaklng n comparison of the Kenub-
Mean nnd Democratic parties on tho
mainland with those of Hawaii nel,
condemning each party hero for not
Indopting tho principles of the main
"What Did Bryan Done?"
"What did Ho an dono?" question
ed Achl, forcibly. "Why, becauso ho
done that, Haskell was renioNed from
being1 a treasurer for tho Democratic
party In the great United States.
"What did the Republicans and
President Roosevelt dono to Senator
Korakor?" continued ho. "Why, Sen
ator rorakcr, a well-known states
man and orator, was cast out of tho
party because of his connection with
tho Standard Oil Company. Thnt was
the tamo trouble with Governor Has
kell of Oklahoma.
"Right hero In Hawaii, tho corpor
ations are controlling everything; tho
poor pcoplo nro not In It. The local
Republican and Democratic lenders
do not adopt tho principles of the
"Hero, the lion and Iamb sleep on
tho same bed," he continued, mean
ing thereby thnt the Republican and
Democratic parties In the Territory
both faNor the trusts and monopolies.
Standard Oil Senators.
Achl then commenced to attack
Lane and Chllllngworth for working
Tor the Standard Oil Compaq's bill
In the last session of the Legislature.
On account of tho passage of the bill
tho Territory's revenue was reduced
by 16,000, through tho control of tho
(iavernment oil warehouse by tho
stunuaru Ull company.
"Chllllngworth nnd l.ano nro double-headed
squid," cried Achl. "I
dreamed that Lane, the Standard Oil
and Inter-Island candidate for Maor,
had told a certain individual that he
(Lane) could not do ant thing with
out tbo approval of Chllllngworth,
Atklnbon, and Cooke. Such being
tho case. Lane, It elected, could not
do anything 'Independently.
"If Achl was elected, by the help
of God ho will do what ho thinks
best without submitting his good
Judgment to tho approval of an) body
'Achl then nnnounccd that t.auo
and Fern wcro alike. 1-lthcr ono of
them, If elected, would be dictated to
by the president of the Inter-Island
Platform No Good.
"There is nothing anything worth
whllo In tho Republican platform. It
speaks of lavorlng tbo erection of a
County building, extension of Queen
street to' Pearl City, and making a
belt road around this Island. It
makes no provision by which money'
can bo gotten. How ran all theso
things bo dono without money?" ask
ed Athl, "No man would believe
"If I wcro to toll jou that I could
make a brldgo from here to Kauai 110
sensible man Would bellcvo such .1
wonderful story. Money Is the prin
cipal thing nnd without It such n
clause In tho Republican platform
could not be compiled with."
Achl then spoko of the proscnt II-
censo law ns being unjust, In thnt
tho large, and small business houses
aro luxed alike. Ho favored tho sys
tem or taxation according to wealth.
"Wo will all benefit tho wealthy by(
having good roads to run their auto
mobiles on all round tho Island nnd
the poor by getting work buildlug
those, roads,'! he said.
Athl further stated that there aro
only two Republicans and ono Dem
ocratic candidate who can bo, count
ed upon as being nblo to "mako laws"
in the Legislature. The former worn
Douthltt anil Long and the lattor
was Watson. J. M. Poepoc, tho legal
light of the' Home Rule party, It se
lected as Senator, would surely mako
good laws, because of his ability and
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