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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, TTCN0LTJW7, T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. IB, lDfiS
' ' 4 i . .. - "
DAILY and WEEKLY Published Irj BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO . LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
P MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. JPiii-Hnjjton, - - l3dltor
n SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Prr Month mi) here m I'S JB ,7B
IVr CJuaner, midline in t 3 2.00
1'cr Year, miv litre tn I s m.ik,
lcr Vcu, nst'.inl Ifiretgn, IJS.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
S ' in the Territory of Hawaii.
TV! J Editorial Rooms, - , 185
lcl'lBu3iness Office, 256
Holered at the IoM office nt Honolulu
m hccoiitl clam miller.
Ai wan wlm gives this iiimmu-
lilt ll" tuiBK' -tlons for tlio lourlBt
lampalpn. Is- .i public benefactor,
Less thmi twenty .lays till tlio
c.eci.on. ii anj waning up is to nc
nuiiu. i iic unio in sinrt, jiiih nrnveii.
livery time a candidate breaks
nwny from straight-partisan tall;, he
travels on duiigeious giound and
nlong a route that leads lilm to
speed trouble with the Intelligent,
Dividends reported on the Stock
Kxcliuugc list should be lemlmlcrs foi I
tlio fortunate ones to Invest their
urnliii in llavvnlinn securities and to!)vt? 'h !CS"U .of ,hu I10"1'1'"! po1"-
Bpcnd their loose change with
home btulness houses.
Hxnmnle Is better than nrnmnt.
Tim Ideal of tlie L'quallty party read 1,,esl,1('"t for N" llttivc mlxliiB In the
vvondei fully llk the Clvle l-'eilerntlmi nlMlB,, " l'1""1 """ Pertinent
nnd the organization Is likely to llc. question whett.er Tn.f t . U not able to
c-ompllsh the same Injurious ends as "',cuk fu'' """'I'. It believes that
nil spllt-tlckot preachers. j President Hooscvclt dues Taft a ills-
. I tint t Injustice In making such a
Admirer Hollyday undoubtedly jilnnior In H12 candidate's behalf,
rnusht the ontliusinsm of tlio oltlcera "'f'' people of the United States
Immediately In charge of the Pearl low their vu nbou( wjie.u It comes
Harbor Job. All he has to do Is. see l0 making a rholc'c ffll'Tresldent,"
that the orderr me given and the ha-,s '"o News. "They do not hooso
local comblnntioii will do the rush- one t-'lilcf Kxeeutlve with tlio Inten
lns. "" "f tlolcgatlng to lilm the task of
t telling them wno of nil possible and
Defeat of the Republican ticket Impossible men must succeed lilm In
tiioaiiH defeat of the ltepubllc.in nr-olllcc. Doubtless the Piesldcnt's In
ganlzatlon. Vet an oleinent of the Mentions me good. Doubtless he has
I'ilV In ll.'lllv !lf W.lllz ,1(1 tlln ilnfnil lit llPI'll fTtl.'lfH avnuiini'Mtml 1.. fl.n lnl.
tlio ticket vvlillo claiming a most ex-
inioriiinnr ilendslilp for the organ-
vJ.om Ing at ylie Incident fiom the Nation and licVught to leave to them
distance, 'neit?iOtitatlvo Corrcn would the task of choosing his successor."
not havo waited to be officially ln- "llrynn nsks a sauuio deal. Taft
formed. If ho Mt certain that Kncn's should have a squnro deal also. Tlio
enforced vvlthiliiiwal from tho ticket 'popple want the sainc. Mr. ltnosorolt
would line the party no votes in tho 'should stay out of paitlsan politics
Fifth District. until after tho fust Tuesday In No-'
" rrrr vcmbcr."
Honolulu and tho enlisted men This view of It taken by the News
Join In thaukl.ig the Admiral for n 8 vvondei fully sliong in common
few dav.. of I-'iiot liberty In this enso. Tie people or the pirsent day
port. Tho men will give tho town a admlio 'Old lllckor-it as i.cv nlso ad
diversion Horn politics, and politics mlic "a'ciM," hut flW I u limit to
Is tometlmeH at good as ,i thiee-ling lIlu m(m,lt ,,r loadersbln Kiev will
fllCUS to tile Visitor.
MR. DECKLEY AND SPLIT TICKET.
(ranting his perfect slnceilty,
Fred. Ileckloy makes a great mistake
In idaclui! tho H-sponslblllt for the k,f iUv tenponso of the pcopb- to his
,..'.,. , . ,, . ,, 'spce. lies and sli-alghtforwaid talk
illi-ged mlsunilcistandlng of his ., b ,
to..p-box u-ma.ks ou the uewspa,jwIl wmnclI Umlscv,R , K,c
..' ., . .' . . , 'Hint tin1 .itlinnnltlon wiik u timely
i.w . IHVIIIVJ . nil mo m; Ml iilll piJ
that with which ho was credited. Tlio
II ii 1 1 1 t I n can speak for no other.
Tho version published In this paper
was that given by one who under
itnitds tho ilnnallau language - not
tho seinnd-hand Intel prctatlon or a
by-3taudor. ruitlicimoic. Judging
lroni tbo gcnoial street talk at least
mi hour before the II ti I 1 e 1 1 n was
published, this paper gavo a very con
servative Intel pretatlon of what tho
c-iowil undeistood Mr. Hockley's opln
Ions to be.
In view of the wiittcn statement
which Jlr. Heck ley gives In this Is
sue, (ii coriected vlow would seem to
bo tjiat the Idea gained from his le-
innrkH by the audlenco wus not what i
ho Intended to convey. Ho must know)
that he Is dealing with u very dell-c-ato
subject, ar.d If ho has been mis
understood hp has encountered ono
tt ! aim. ..m..., ... ..11 ... ... ,i.
who espouses tpllt-tlcket voting In !
this Territory. I
Chairman ludd of tho County
C'omtnrfteo, In his Interview publish
cd in this pnjipi, made a very clear
statement of '-ict whuii ho pointed
out that tho iiiilmal result of split
ticket voting Is iiiclal voting.
ROOSEVELT AND TAFT'S
The itiident oT American lilstoiy
piobabh would havo to go back to
tho tint" or An.liow Jackson to find a
parallel to the attitude, assumed by
i'residulit Itoo-,evolt In tho present
national rnmojlicn. In tbo clrisltifr
months. of Old Illckoiy'a Eecond nd-!"1
mlnlfrtMtlon. that strenuous ,.rt.s,.l
don't, of iho Utilfed States was deter-1
julnccl t'litit "lil3 Uevottil lletttcnnut,
Tcr. Sin. Moulin gt ,n
Ter Vcar. ii)littt1iil)S I.oii
I'd Vnt. aii)lme hi Canada .. I, no
Pet Vcat luM, lorclt 3. on
OCTOBER 15, 1008
.M.nlln V.m Huron. kIiouIi! succeed
lilm and coiiIImuo tu rairy out Ills
policies. Jii.kmn seemed tlio iiuml-
nation mill ns-dstod materially In
inglng about (lie election of Van
lurt.. with equal ilelerinlnallon,
President Hoo-.evelt Is working to
convince the oteis that Tafl should
be bl.f tu cestci. Chicago Dall)
Judgiag fiom tlio comnient with
which the D.illj News supiilenienls
this parallel of lilclury, the end of tlio
Tl .....til... l i .1. ....
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UOUnccmcllt that llle l'rex ilent um.Iil
not tako the stump for Jlr. Taft
ii. ii ei.c-i-i u. j.uuscvcii running a
candidate as :i protege.
The Chicago News Is a strong Taft
l,a"er an,l wl"'e not assailing tllO
argy which maikcd the Hepubllcan
campaign until the other day. Still,'
he ought to remember that ho Is
I'lesldent of all the people of this-
Inn - nut wlinn ll .ii,in.,.wlie!i illcl illnn.
If Jlr. Taft Is f.WJ,, value us
I'lesldent or the I'lffted States, It 13
as Mr. Taft, hot as .Mr. Hooscvelt's
.SI ni e Taft luu, gone forth for hllii-
move for the welfare of the Repub
Tomorrow, 1'ilday evening the t-n.uch-talltod-of
Gjpsy Uncanip- -f
t 'r0 hicllos or Honolulu have -f
worked very hard to make tho t-
folo a success nnd now It Is up
to tho people of tho city to make
-f it a financial Biiceess.
4 The Jlo.uia hotel will look llko -f--f
fair land, and with Its many at-
-t- ti active booths and dalntv r.rj- -f
leles for sale a largo sum of -f
money Is almost assured for tho
-f No admission feo Is diarged,
-f and It Is most earnestly hoped by
t tho ladles In churgu that a largo
f crowd of people 'will turn out.
. The iiallora or Iho I'.irlflo fleet
i- will bo vory welcome. Invitations
havu boon sent to uach ship, In
f vIIIiik them all to como.
t Dancing will r-umnipwo al U:30.
fur which a siiiull uilml iilon will
''t'rliarRed. Many cido show
wii prove worth a visit t-
ff tt. .f,tt,.ttt t
1 1 Biaii ii i iiwi
(GOVERNOR FREAR) .
"As I said 111 my speech ut Aal.i
Park, country comes Hist, party sec
ond, us n mattir of coitlse.
"Thin DOIS NOT JIKAN tli.lt
PAHTY should lie inXOItlll) or llisit
the VOTI2II should xelect from tlie
nirn:itKNT pautihs tlio hkst
mi:. vihut.d as individuals.
I'AUTIDS Alti: NHCKSSAHY anil
dhsihaiii.u in uim'kksdntativi:
' Team work Is essential to accom
plish pi ,ii Ileal lesilIlR. Anunllli;ly
In politics an well as business It Is
often necessary to telect anil Mite for
men wlm In winking together can uc
loniplliili desired results even though
tliPi' are not men who might be pre
ferred as Individuals.
Of ionise, ltieie may be men ou
the party HcKet who should not bo
oteil for either for the good of tlio
country or p.irtv, but Just where tlio
line hIioiiIi bo drawn Is a matter for
Indlvlilual Judgment "
Since the announcement was made
that a certain giotip of men had so
can d conliiil of the Ooknln stock, and
would prohahlv use It to continue the
plantation, contrary to tho plans for
merly made to wind up tho concern,
the niliioilty are said to havo been
getting together for tlio purpose of op
posing any such move, it being their
Idea that they will bo better off If the
original plan Is followed.
It Is repotted that tho minority
stockholders have banded together and
have consulted legal authority for the
purpose of earning tho fight Into tho
courts should tho majoilty men at
tempt to i (-poind tbo resolution passed
to dissolve the corpoiatlon.
In the meantime the majority men
are ipiletl acquiring moro stock, a
,piu chase of 100 shares, bought fiom
parties In San Francisco by them, bo
Ing reported on tho i:chango today.
Kaslcrn rxports ropoit that San
Francisco's future Is assured and that
Its bonds are among bert In country,
Jumes Clay Dimpliy alleges that' his
divorced wife Is a polygamist.
Will or I". N l.lllcnthal loaves tho
hull; of his $7"i,000 cstato to his sis
ters and children.
A BARGAIN AT KALIHJ. Lot
7G.100,' New House of three bed
rooms. PRICE, $2,000. Twenty-five
per cent. less than cost of property
PUNAH0U DISTRICT. Seueml
cood nroocrtics raiuriner in nrice from
MAN0A VALLEY. Choice build-
inpr lot on East Manoa Road, ' two
minutes from car line; good marine
view. PRICE, $1,000.
We have several applications for
furnished houses from resnonsible
parties, if you nave a furnished or
unfurnished house for rent, consult
Corner Fort and Merchant Street!.
FOR ISLAND BUSINESS.
'? M J.W t 3
NEW; two bedrooms; clccttic lights;
modern plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modern improvements.
fimk k fiSIKfil
Advocate Scratching But
Fall to Name Any
pi.ATi'ouji or Tin; poi.iti-oai-
It Is the fundamental belief
of the Aliahul Kalalalna Kokua
I ke Knullkc (Political Organi
zation for Humility) that It is
tho Inherent right of each and
every man to bo assured of his
fioedom of residence, his liberty
and Independent rights of citi
zenship, free from the encroach
ments of corporate interests.
This Political Oig.inlzatlon
for Dquallty Is founded for the
purpose of tafegiiaidlng those
Interests byjcndorslng such can
didates as tho oiganlzation is
convinced will uphold the equal
lights ot all ror tho advance
ment and e led It ot this commu
nity, without tcgnrd lo color or
As was oxclttilvcly reported tu tho
11 u I 1 o t I n tiio meeting ot the Alia
hul KiilalalitUj-Kokuu I ke Kaullke
(Political Organization for Humility)
was held last night in the San An
tonio Hall ou Vlneyanl stioot. The
iitto'idauco was comparatively small.
Iho.o being only about sixty, In
stead or ' l Mm. died" members pics
cut While i he Scclety Is a political
body Its iim ceilings Indicate that It
Is a fraternal oigaulzallou, as well.
Tho olllc-c i i ot tho Society tiro not
known to the iiicmboi's, and remain a
ll is not possible to say whether
tbo t5ooot has been olllclnlly organ
ized. Tho membership book will bo
opened fin- signatures of thoso who
Llcslie lo go In anil sign their names.
.1. K. Nakookoo, president, organza-,
and high mogul or the Society,
publicly annum. cod last night that at
r. meeting to bo held In the eaily part
ot next week a lommlltco will be ap
pointed lo look Into tho qualifica
tions and eiiduiscmeuts or tho candi
dates. Their names would bo pub
licly iiiinouiico'l shortly bcfoio elec
Tho meeting last night, which did
not commonco ulitll after 8 o'clock
through lack of attendance, was op
ened vrllh nn Invocation by Captain
Nullum Illpa. Tho audience consist
ed of Itepubllcpiis, Democrats, Homo
Hiilcin, and I.aborltcs, In making
his opoulng speech Nakookoo said as
"Fellow Citizens, this U a mooting
of tiro Ahahul Kalalalna Kokua I 1o
Kaullke. It Is called In order that
equality may br exetclsed In politics.
Homo time ago It was said by a good
WE BEGIN A
Table Covers, Etc.;
the Rainy Season Is
IrVc have prepared for it. We fiave
the Largest and Finest Stock of
that we have carried in years. See them before you pick out
the Umbrella that you will have to carry around through the
winter, we have some very fine Ladies' Umbrellas, too.
M. MdNERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
many people that this Society was
organized for tho benefit of a certain
class of people. It is not so. This
Society is not intended to criticize
tho candidates ot different political
parties. It Is tho Intention of the
promoters ot this Society to endorso
tho candidates of tbo Hepubllcan,
Democratic, Homo Utile, mid Labor
"Somo of tho candidates ot theco
parties hnvo be"ii selected against tho
wish or a oorUIn class of people lit
our community. These different par
ly loaders have forced us to vote
tho straight ticket, be it Hepubllcan,
Demo'crntlc, Home Iliilc, or Labor
party. We, the members of this So
ciety, should not allow out-bclvcs to
bo dictated to oi misled by these
"Wo must not uso pol for butter.
We must not uso nepper for sugaring
our coffee. We must do as wo nco
fit. Wo must do and carry cm our
work ou a basis of equality.
"I icgiet very much that our
ft lends, well known In politics, me
not hero tonight lo hear and know
our purpose. This is not u sooloty
in connection with tho Kaulkeaoull
Society. This la an entirely different
"The parties nio nil right, hut
somo ot tho men solected on theli
tickets arc not good and tellable.
Charles Achl Is saying In tho Homo
Hulo meetings that certain men who
tuo associated with monopoly would
not work for tho benefit of the public-.
Thero are many monopolies In
tho country today. This new pally
of Achl'., Is a monopoly because It
looks iiftcr Its own Interest only. Tho
other political parlies mo monopolies
too. This Society was purposely or
ganized lo protect mid look after the
Intel est of over;- man, We, tho mem
bers of this Society, should give our
support to vai lous candidates or dif
ferent -parties, candidates whom wo
ran depend upon Lot us not bo mis
led by these candidates who simply
como along with their platfoiius as
bait nnd say that they would work.
If elected, lo the best of their lA.llll.v;
for our bonollt. They havo promised
and piomlscd to do certain things
which mo yet left undone Lot us
give our support to tho men whom
wo think would work for equality.
So far wo havo no candidates beforo
us, but they will soon be solected
and publicly announced.
"Theio mo threo candidates for
.Mayor, raniely: Achl, Fern, nnd
Lane. For Dolegalo to Congiess
theio .no JtcCnudless, Kiihto, and
I--1- - i '
Have You Noticed Our Line
You'll be surprised at the
Elegance of these goods.
Each piece is DIFFER.
ENT IN DESIGN and the
PRICES are very REASON
ABLE. Leading Jewelers.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Notlcy. In selecting out- choice let'
us vote for good men without fear,
and bo Independent In o'ur actions."
I Kdvvard Diow, a stcvcdoic. who
does not speak Hawaiian well, al
though ho is a Hawaiian, addiossed
tho audience in Kngllsh, much to
tho disappointment of tho HawallaiiH
who could nut understand Dugtlsh.
"clentlcnien and Voteis of this Ter
ritory, I gleet you all; Aloha mil: I
stand before yiu tonight not as a
'polltlc-mmi,' hut as a workitigmau.l
Wo nrc In the midst of politics and
I wish to express to ou my views
upon the vvoid 'Kquullty.' I am not
for a ccitaln pnrty, nor am I a llomu
Hitler. Let us look for good men to
leprescut us tu tho Loglslatuic. It
matters not whether they nro He-'
publlcitns, Demociats, Home Hitlers, !
or Uiborllcs. As a member of this
Society, It Is to our benefit tint We?
select good men I am a jouug man
and was never In politics before. Let
us do what wo tan to treat every
llo was followed by Captain Na-
hoia Illpa, wlici said:
"Politics Is the key, tho founda-'
tloti and life or the land. Tickets of
theso different parties nio all mixed j
up. Tho candidates are arranged In I
confusion, and we could hardly castl
our votes for thein. The letter X'
used ou the ballot Is so Important
Hint wo as cbctois should bo very
careful In making that letter X.
"We ate gatlicioil hero tonight to
discuss mid select the best men lo
leprescut us In the Legislature and
oilier (lovoiiimout ofllces."
"Kquallty Is our motto," said Cap
tain Hull. "In older to bo suicoss-
ful In our effoii, let us bo united in
voting for good men. Vnto for
straight tickets subject, t.f coiii-hc, to
)our rail- illseittlon, Let us not llsUj
en to tho voice of those monkeys, who
,lln t.tlf- If. Illlu.'ii.i.-nuiilil I.u I i. ...l'
..,vi iijiii ,i i..iaikuvcvtll lie 111 J"'!-
Dan Klkaha. a Republican mid
the bailiff of Iho Hulled States Dis
1 1 let Cotut, also addicssed tho au
dience, llo said:
'Today, the majority of tho voteis
mo Hiiwallaiis. What we havo lo do
Is lo stand united." Hererrlng lo tho
slalemoul of the late Judge Kslce,
Hie speaker said that the Judge had
told him that lluwallans should stand
up and get thmiibclvcs Interested In
politics, lipcauso It was the llfo ot
"Tho tumble In tho past had been
that tho leadeis or the Itepubllcans
hud told tho people to vote straight
tickets, while they themselves did
Iho'scratchlug, lesultliig jn tho elec
tion of col tain Democrats. That
proved conclusively that they did not
voto the straight ticket. Let us,
therefore, do tho same and vote for
good mon," ho concluded,
The last speaker was I'aulo Mok.il,
a staunch Homo lliilcr. His nddicsa
was on the same lino us tho other
t-pcakcrs who preceded lilm.
Tho nudlenio was greatly disap
pointed with tho way In which tho
meeting was conducted. Whllo tho
speakers advlbcd tho audlenco to vote
for good men, thoy dined not men
tion the names ot any or their can
didates. Some of those who attend
ed were so disgusted that they said
they would not go again when an
other meeting Is called.
District Attorney Jerome ot Now
Yoik City withdraws from the prose
cution of case against Harry Thaw.
Omaha Heo makes hmusliig error In
attacking hepubllcan pi an I not know
ing words had been quoted bj IJrjan
Defeat of Judge Carl oil Cook, in
pildlated by bar association, piedlcted
mi all sides,
Itryaii tells Genuan-llryan Club he
Is well lltted for tho I'lesldoncy.
Stuufoid students nrrnucn lo stane
clever comedy In December.
Meals served nt all hours at tho
New Kugluud linker-, Hotel stieel,
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrunr.
10G3 TORT ST.
THIS BEAUTIFUL WALL
FINISH IS SUPERIOR TO
ALL OTHERS FOR BEAUTY,
ECONOMY, AND" DURABILI
TY. A few pounds will cover a
room, nnd maltc it look as
clean nnd fresh as it ever was.
Have jour painter use it.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
A pair of shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to dato
' Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
meda. L AYAD SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. HEAR KING ST.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suitl
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Choice SERNS, ROSES and
THE FL0RIEST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid
SHELL LEIS o
0 SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0, Box 001. Telephone 931.
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