Newspaper Page Text
"r" W f1'"-- -
' ' .'ft - f t
EVEKTNO BPLLrTTN, 'HONOLULU, T. llr, TmrnSIUY, OCT. 15, IPOS.
At the Bar
fVCOv V -1 i
llllr PiniTlI flllT iLaborltes nre nut of It. To oto for bo In existence, nnd the speaker hop- hearers to ote the straight Demo-
MAKr liAl I I Al llll I I""' wlll,ll"K liut-v " "lu8t utu el- oil the people would consider In tho'crntle ticket. (
lllilllL Uill llillj UUI thor tho Democratic or the Henub-lconiinir election this aucstlon. nnd "Sneaking is not mtf lone suit,"
thcr tho Democratic or the Ilepub-
rtn iiini IHflllPlirp"1" "lel '" o ueniucnuic p.u-
llr H Ar A I Ml IllrlV I lly 8tnmls for "0,iu It,lle nn r"r '-
Ul lllLli IllUIULll 1 hor, nnd thus takes In those two par
ties. Labor on the mainland sup
ports the Democratic party.
"I mil running on the Senatorial
ticket," lie continued, "together with
Mr. Harvey nnd Mr. Moore, nnd I cun
assure jou that If we get In wo wilt
work for laws which licncOt nil; wo
will not work for tho corporations,
but for Inws which bcncllt itch and
poor alike. Tllere are no gamblers
Democratic Speakers Say
Their Ticket Is
"Wo nre not ashamed of our tick
et. Vote the straight
This was the hurtle:
the speechi'M made nt th
the Democrats n.t Mnllllll last ocm
lug, the orators making the most pos
Democratic oi tin-horn sports on our ticket, men passed tho Philippine hill on
straight Democratic ticket. Alohn
W. It. McClellnn, Supervisorial can
slhlc capital out of the Knen Incl
ilnnt. Cnnslrterlm: the scattered lion- iltil.it. remlnrletl his hearers nf Die I Hllplnos were represented by no
illation of the quarter, the meeting Importance of electing tho entire,
was well attended, nnd those In Democratic ticket in order to bring
charge had seen to It that the heat about an entire change for tho bet
nf accommodations had been proUd- tcr.
H. K. Kathburn, n candidate for
nepresentnthc, bald that the Repub
lican party claimed that the suspect
law was repealed, Mit It still existed.
There wcro now Hoard of Health doc
tors examining the chlldien In the
ed.jjlaclng the crowd In u good hu
mor to stnnd the orutory, Harry Ju
en presided nnd Introduced the speak
ers. II. M. Watson, n Senatorial candi
date, got right down to cases. "In
.this campaign," he said, "tho light schools nnd through this somo of the
Is between the Democrats and the He- children were pluced on tho leper
publicans. Thn Home Ilulers nnd suspect list. Such a law should not
coming election this question, nnd "Speaking Is not myj long suit,
consider It seriously and cast their confessed Charles (llrdlr, "a cnndl-
ote for tile paity which would try date for Ucprcsentntlve,("l)ut I want
to do Hoinethlnir in this matter, name- to Impress on sou the flct that the
ly: the Democrats. Democratic party hcie.ls a happy
Switching to the land question. I'1""'1 lini1 u srowlngj Bery jear.
iinii.i.iirn rfrrn.i t viirY- t.nii Compare It with the Ilepubllcan par-
bill which was Introduced at the ' nlllc "chUug like so many
ilmn ihn I'lllnlnn ln,,,i hm w,i Inim. Kilkenny cats, knifing uiic another,
Innn.l. Wllrnv .,.,1 rp.,,-,,.,. Sit) lllg bad tilings abOUt Olio aUOtllCr.
but the present Delegate succeeded ou don t llnd tl-ut In tl Dtniuu-atlc
him. He went to Washington nnd !" w "Ve "u ' I'Oh.slis to
lim..r trl-,1 n nwll lh.. Wllrnr bill, "nakl- fr n"" m;,n 0n " tl,'1't' "",l
Al tl.n -..nm Hn,.. I,nmr rnncr 1"1'' l'Ilt " W'" ll Mmlgllt
.1.,, ironi iuii in ihjuuiii. i mu iiiu uuij
it to the
3'J 1-2 acres of land for $10, of which ""' "" 'uanv... .w.u ...c
B cash was paid as a first pajment. " Iin"'1"' " ,,,e. KWn ticket,
ti.,. rr.i i im t.ni.i I.. iu u ... ti... ""d that shows Hint the Hepllhllrilll ,
uaoics urc iryiiiK i iiuk
ii..iM,min i,,.t iin.nti hnrf . wi,. iTherefore vote tne Himigiu
nnd still the foimor were bettor off. i"-'1'1 tlcka.
,, ... ....... ... Duke Kahanamoku, candidate for
Kathburn said that Knen had been , ,,. ,,.,1
l,Vlii(-u(u,.it., ttt" ... .-.. ... iv .,,.
to the fact that tho Democrats had
who hne been conUcted eighteen or ,Bame principles as the WIUox bill, ;lmole "'"nlng on tliij De
n of most of .twenty times, nnd wo iuii nsk jou and In consequence. the I'lllplnos to- Kcirweiitatlp tlckctl frni
he meeting of with a clear conscience to voto the day enjojed the right to ncqulro ' ltirtli District; we wanted
read out of the Republican party.
"Hut what about Cohen?" ho asked.
"Who let the Hawaiian bnnd stnro
nothing to apologize for.
f.n ,11 win nlfitn..,'!!! rin.1
on iiie muinianuf i nave expobeu - .. .
. . . iivu Will
would be car-'
Have a drink now.
You'll be a long time thirsty.
GO TO THE
King and Mauna Kea Streets
The Irish Consul.
HE TREATS YOU RIGHT
Cohen In public and now he Is ask-1 , tMmeA ,le ,,,, ,!
Ing who Is his llalthburn." said tho ()ne lM 1()r Ul0 , ,)f ., I
speaker "If Cohen is looking for mlnlmum Wllgc of tllC0 wr elBll,.
no to shut me up. he Is only wasting ,imlr worMlIB ,,,.. ThIs ,lllink ,oull,
his time, because he cannot do it." ,ace IB t.uorlnB mcll , tllu
Uatlilmrn ended by advising his ,,,, ,, ,a, footB ,, al
present the laborers on the other
Islands get less than those on Oahu.
Horace Ciabbe, a Suponleorl.il can
dldate, asked his hearers to try the
Democratic party, ns the Itepuhll-
cuns, on being1 tried, had broken their
promises. A trial of the Democrats
with Joe Kern ut the head of the City
and County Government would give
n It. II. Trent, the candidate for
Treasurer, related an anecdote of a
Kepubllcnn being asked' If he was
going to oto for Trent for Treasur
er. "I did not know who Trent was
four years ugo," he said, "but my
wife told me to vote for Trent. So
I voted for Trent the first time be-
eaiiHo my wife naked me to do it. The
second time I voted for him because
he saved tho laborers from n discount
on their dollar. This time I am go
ing to Mite for him again."
"So sou see that I have bomethlng
to be thankful to the Iadle3 for,"
said the Deacon, "nnd If the men
don't ote right wo will have a law
passed to have the ladles vote. So,
men, jou who hae the votes, if you
want to make your wives and chil
dren happy, vote the straight Demo
cratic ticket. There nro some good
men on all tho tickets, but tba Dem
ocratic ticket Is uniformly good."
Willie Hall, an aspirant for the
House, promised his hearers that if
they supported him nnd ho were
elected ho would not promlso that
they would shovel gold from tho
streets, nor could they oxpect tho
Mollllll roads to be covered with pro-1
clous metals, but no wouiii ao wnni
was right nnd live up to his plat
Joo Fern, tho candldato for Mayor,
said that Mollllll had sent delegates
to the convention, as had tho rest of
the precincts, nt which he had been
nominated Major by a unanimous
.vote. Now tho delegates had done
'their duty nnd It was up to tho pun
'plo to biippnrt their iholee. There
jwcre three candidates. Tho voters
must select the first Mn)or amongst
them. Kern had nothing to say
i against his rhnls, hut In behalf of
the Democratic party and himself he
tasked for tho vote of hla hrarcrs. The
other two parties hnd abused the
Democratic candidates. The Demo-
crats declined to use such methods,
hut would stick to the platform nnu
work for tho best Interests of tho
people from Hawaii to Nllhau. They
wanted equal lights, and It Kern
wcro elected, ho would enrrjr out this
principle nnd would treat everybody
alike, and would carry out his duties
to tho best of his ability. Ho and
Harvey, as Supervisors, had tried to
glvo tho people what they asked for.
I but they hnd occasionally been snow
ed under because they were only two
'against five, nnd therefore the peo-
!plo should vote tho straight ticket,
so that tho Democrats could carry
'out the wishes of tho people.
Other speakers were Win, Jarrctt,
Chas. Hose, A. V. Peters, Frank Har
vey, n. I'ahau, and Albert Kauai.
lliyan snys his record shows ho ha
no sympathy with trusts In reply t"
Taft makes whirlwind campaign
lour In South Dakota and snys llrynr
ei'ks to run away from his own re.'-out,
THE HEOAL SHOE
THE SHOE THAT PROVES
'$3.50 AND $4.00
Hawaii Shoe Co., Ltd.,
TELEPHONE 343. P. 0. BOX 507.
HONOLULU, T. H., October 13, 190S.
TO OUR FRIENDS:
We regret exceedingly that during the last thhty dajs we have been obliged to div
appoint so many of our customers who wished certain styles in REQALS; and also those
intending tryin? them for the first time, whom we were unable to fit to our satisfaction:
and, too, on our part, losing a large amount of business which would have been ours,
had we been able to foresee the enormous demand the "REQAL SHOE" has created in
this city. Our sales have been so phenomenally large that it would have been impossible
for anyone to estimate the demand sufficiently in advance to take care of them. Wc de
sire to state, however, that we have been cabling orders weekly to the factory, together
with statements concerning the depleted condition of our stock, and that now we have
received in the Korea today double the amount of our initial stock. We have assur
ances from the,HEQAL FACTORY that in the future everything possible will be done to
rush our orden, so that our advantage in pleasing our trade will be equal to that of any
' of the 487 RE6AL STORES at present doing business in the United States and foreign
countries. Our present shipment, to the amount of $30,000 in REGAL SHOES alone, we
will open within two or three days, and will include all that is new in the creation of
fashionable footwear. AH the late models, shapes, and leathers now being shown, for Fall
selection, in the, fashion centers of the East, will be represented lierc in the famous
quarter sizes of the REQAL, and only obtained in these, thus assuring everyone an
absolutely perfect fit. .
. i ' ' CI i ' " " Yours very truly,
REGAL SHOE STORE.
HEROES OF OLYMPIC GAMES
- "' ytQCjmliS Lit"1"1 "ii""' M-wsuswtTO-ao-Attaawarj j
wyt KsavK. ruzvur w &aMAUi sqm
H. L. PORTER, U. S., Winner of Running High Jump; MELVIN W. SHEPPARD, Winner of Eight-Hundred
Meter Race, at Olympic Games