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fiVEXIXO 'nUMXTIN', HONOLULU, T. II . THtTRSTUY, OCT. 2D, 190S.
Evening- Bu litikt
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING .CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
. Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
U- MEMBER OF 'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallaces R. I'ai'rtiijjton. - Editor
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OCTOBER 22, 1003
WI111 wis it vnia In- would loini ( 1 imln.ils There Is 110 iloilbt that
fin .ilil.iuii with the Devil If bi uijlw i1r-in.il- v.iuteil it mailo easy
, mi- ilieni Cnthcait was bending
I ilii'iu 10 J.ill too rapidly.
doing Ik- 1011IJ gain Ills ends?
C'nlhi .ut's locoril Is such that ho
enjovs iho enmity of u ni.iJorit ')i
the nook In the Tenltor.
Thurston and lilt ellow-dog team
tefil-i- to nicei the Issue. They curt-
fusii ilioir Intention to snail and uurk'ori
Was It not the Attorno General
of the Vnlteet Slate-" who uttered the
most scathing lchukc of tortalti Ho
nolulu Jncil, ever Usued fioni the de
partment no wile not the lead-
aalnit whom he rilicctcd his
lilul then run away
Cnthe-trt has dum all in his power
to In Ins the charges made against
him In a fulr trial The defendants
nre 1 loin I) on the defensive.
No 11101 ill purpose has Jjeen served
by the innipiiigu-of personalities. It
lias ileKrmled politics and helped In
giving Honolulu 1111 evil reputation
comment r'.ie nana? .that me now
attacking tlie fit. and County Attor
ney In the some methods? W Itli
this exception that the man In
whose behalf Knox spoke Is now par
ty to the name sort of an attack that
Philander C. Knu condemned!
Under the law of this Territory,
if fiith. ait weie lmif ns vuincr-.the men who have been doing their
nhie as the men trying l force him , utmost to force John W. Cathcart to
off the Republican tukct. theio forego Ins candidacy for the omcc of
lnlKlit in- wmie eue fm listening City and County Attorney by
to their ii.-imuid THREATS AND PROMISES, ARE
j GUILTY Or ELECTION FRAUD.
it u now up to the Kepuhiican This law seems as clear as that on
committee to vhow n largei iiesiee contempt, which the lawbreakcis
of manly vlgen. They have lu-tti , now try to invoke for their own safe
"As I mi lil In my speech nt AnLt
IMili, counlty cemes first, party tec
end, an n matlbi- of course.
This HOKS NOT MHN lh.it
PARTY should he IONOHIM) or lh.it
the VOTHR should Belect fiom the
Dirn:i:i:xT partihs tho iil'st
mi:n mi:i:d as ini)iviih'als.
I'ARTIh'S ARI1 Ni:Ci:SSUY and
i)i:sinni.r: in nni'itusHNTATivR
' Team work Is essential to nt-com-
pll-di pinLthai n-sttiiH. Accordingly 'NEW; two bedrooms; electric lights;
In politics as well ns business It U
often nci.etis.it y to select nnd vote for
rieti who b woiklng together can ac
complish desired lotuilts even though
tliev aie not men who might bo pie
feneil :i3 Individuals.
'Of course, there may be men on
the p.utv ticket who should not be
oted for cither for Ihu good of the
country or patty, but Just where tho
lino should be drawn Is a matter for
modern plumbing; sewer; gas; and
other modern improvements.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
016 FORT STREET.
down on their knees to a blackmail
proposition long enough.
The "arraignment of
with tho statement of Mr. Dole has ANY
Strengthened the cause of Mr. Calh
cart with thinking business
who stand for fair play.
Tha plain duty of the Attorney
General of this Territory is to bring
the lawbreakers to justice. IS THERE
DOUBT THAT THREATS
HAVE BEEN HADE TO BRING
men ABOUT THE WITHDRAWAL OF MR.
CATHCART! Is there any question
that he has been urged to break the
law himself by withdrawing?
Governor Trear'a statement of his
confidence In the masses shows tlieiii
. ., ......, ......j ...... ....u --imenT ot tne ierruorv come to no, " .-..... ..
pnbllcWi principles In tho i-xeiutho ajout the PROTECTION OF THE- l'll lntmont ," oflco by n fotmer
Wlmt in the in neentinv ilen-irf
mont of the Territory som? to do ,1,c"" , "m,l ,lu,t I' wa;
nte delaying a ceaiehlng and com
plete Im-estlgatlon of tho betlous
chnt ges brought against hint. Cath-
cart's challenge that they' "make
good," his announcement that he Is
iciiiIj lo go tn tllal. is n blow that
naggers his opponent, who NOW
I'l.n.UW for ALL Till: ADVAN
TAKKS of tho LAWS D1JLAYS and
the full twen'y days In which to ro
toNcr. In addition lo the refusal to meet
Cathcart In Hip court, his opponent
nlxi lcfuso to present nn of their
alleged further thargeu until they
leatn whetltcr tho Itcpublluin toni
mlttec will nccede to the demand that
.Ml Catlunrt be foiced off the lie-
publican ticket In violation ot tho
And wh should Cnthcnrt be fntc-
id off? Wh rhould tho llopublli-nn
committee becomo jiarty to the cam
paign or llbul and defamation ot
character? Why hliould the Hepub-
llc-an party aid In tho ruin ot the
Countr Attoinu'8 i-hnracter tiny
mini- than th-y should ask Senator
Chllllngworth to withdraw fiom tho
Senate 01 from tho party herauso the
peoide iittncklng Cnthcnrt have also
tin own bitter Innuendo nt Chllllng
worth cm account ot his onc-tlmo
p.utneiahlp with Almo?
hj Hhoiild Cnthcut bo forced oft
the ticket becuuse the statement has
ilopiirtnieut of the Govetumetit.
r-TT-flTIftXTO inATTTCT T-TJATtTIC7
I WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO
Criminal misrepresentation U the AgnUT IT GENTLEMFN?
moBt kindly phi use that can ho op-. -4 rrrrrr
plied to the woik of an aggregation
that assails a man's character and
then refuses to come Into court lor
mi call) hearing
CATBCARTS ENEMIES AND THEIR
Think of It'
The sudden calm that has come
tho oiipm.cnti of Calicut
without n healing and Ills detainers slsiilfkant
men avoio tne challenge to come llitci The Uuiiiiin toduv finds the cne-
court' Is this community to btaml ' m!L.s r Un IteDublhiui i.n t on tne
Hponbor lor sucti a rigniiui nacsiy
(lovornor of iho Tetrltory- on tlio
I'.VjJI'I'I'OUTIJD TKSTIMONY of ono
man. that hi- ICnthciit wanted to
make a deal with lawbreakers? I'ur-j
llier, tho facts thow this fotmer Gov
ernor of the Tertltoiy to have refus
ed lo Inform Mi C.ithcnit of tho un
due of tho ih nge against him, theie
hy icfuHlng him the rights nnd jirlv-
lsjIlegcT wlilch am ludgo must, under
tneilcin law, sm h the woist crim
inal that ever walked.
Has It comu to the point where
men are to bo couiclcd of tho most
serious crimes and then tiled after
ward? Wiib it not Just siuh crimes against
Justliu as are now pioposed to com
mit that led the people of past cen
turies to gtvo theii lUrs in the causa
of a fair deal? -
'Does It add lo the dignity of n
party to have the ic-roul of ciln<ii;
with fear hefoie niallie nnd libel? Is
It to bu supposed that .Mr. Cnthcait
has no ft lends and that voters will
not re.icnt any act of the party which
puts It In tho oltlon of pa) lug trib
ute to political thugs and blackmail
ers? Tho position of Catlu art's oppo
nents, vlclou3 In the (list place, Is
absolutely Indefensible at tho picsent
time. To use the political phtase
lology of tho mainland, they hao
"four-llttbhi-d" on their iharges and
they now stitvc to continue the woik
of mill liy u Mi-other of tluents. it
Is no longer u iiueollon ot Cathcart,
but of Community Decency.
An honorable path has heeti point
ed out to tho men making threats,
and thoy refuse to take It. Is that
a icasiili 'for the Republican partv
following tin cbvlous mm so of dis
It Is'tuit W'i'nVs more, eeiy move
of C.ithcart's enemies has galncl for
him the suppoit of Intelligent bin-l-
nc-ss men of tho c Ity anil he will gi-i
the vnto of eciy man who hopes loi
a competent plosccutin In the oflUe
of fit) ami County Attoino).
For Boys and Youths
Correspond to STEIN-BLOCK Clothes for
Most Boys Suits are
together" and pressed into
siiauc. - "Sam.
peck" suits are tailored by special hoys'
There's just as much style in a Boys'
"Sampcck" suit as there- is in his big
brother's. Let us fit a suit to your boy's
M. McINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
on ((minion Justice?
Republican kta) -at-homes might
well be asba neil of tho asslsi ii.c-o
they rendered In creating a small nu-
s , illcnie to gieet the Oovornor at tho
''I Otpheuin. Their measure ot clue
V duty Is quickly talton.
price, of tho blnckmallcis U
that tlic man ho they (huos'e, ns
Ihelr vhtlih shall do as thov b.iv, Tho
llupiilillcjii party will make more
votes liv standing for n policy of
common drioni) and justice.
So inntiiuiRd illecubslou would bo
contempt ot couit. No one under
Ltiinds thp fnllncv of this plea belter
than Attoruoy Thuiston. A nioro
Iguomliilonus loiifehslou (if a weak
ttiusc cmilil not he Ininglned.
Calhcatt to Ills dcfanieis "Como
Into court. Immediately."
DefnmMlon ll'ureau "This Is so
suddeii. We fear contempt,. although
theio lV no such contempt Under tho
law as that which we claim to fear."
'nf'Sfcif - TOiiCT PilMnANV.
w IBtaMi'Jwtuu ri pah j
Tlw .p'osllioii of C.ithcart's enemies
Is this;. We want to hear what )ou
Inlvo tn say cm what wo luivo nlrnady
clitngod. Later we Intoncl to pioio
that you ate a hni'so-tlilof. and nt n
tlmo when ou will not huo oppor
tunity to rcfuto the ihnrge.
They live made th cat a-d
iha-.ge3 ngullist Mr. I'athc-nit Tulj
coiiilnuo the llnoiils and hesitate on
Mr. Catlicait has met hlu c'of imeia
nt every point. Ho has dialed tne
charges. And Ills virions oppout.itj
lime eahl, of k.hiso, he vuuld ilciy
them, but ho would tight shy of the
Mr. C.ithcait has entered n mitt
for libel as an earncbt of tho fact
that tha statement:! made ngainst
htm in c malicious and untitle. In
tended lo damage his chaiacti-r as
well n3 defeat him for olllco. Ills an
tagonists have said that, of couisc he
would 111" suits for libel but he had
no idea of having, them bioughl to
tllal; tho suits, wcro for campaign
purposes only and would bo with
drawn. Mr. Cathcait has met this fuilhc-r
slur hy-mi upon and vigorous de
mand Hint hla detainers COMK INTO
COl'ltT IMMEDIATELY, that TIIHY
WAIVi: thilr LKdAL HIGHT OF
TWH.NTV DAYS iii wlilch to make
unswoi, nnd proceed to tho discus
sion of the case In tho court, under
oath and bofore a Jury.
What is tho reply to this? Do
thoy como Into omit? Do they ic-
Kiiiinil.'-'Wn inn ii-iule l.nt 111., enkf.
proceed as soon ub tho case can bc'at nil times; no one else can oprn it,
called?" Not Much! "
Cathcait's enemies Immediately
begiu.4o hedge. They claim that
thoy want lo dUcusa tho caso fur
ther, and thks would he Impohslblo It
tho cdto wcro on tilnl as tliev might
bo found guilty of contempt.
'It thoio wcro any doubt of tho
weakness of this defonEo In tho mind
of tho layman, It Is imiflimed by tho
No further pin'of is needed that
tho attack on Cnthcait ls'u pure mud
slinging campaign, and flamed up
Willi tho piuposu of .wieiklng tho
Republican .party. Thurston will
neither answer the demand to como
into court nor will ho state the
further chnigcs ho has against Cttth-
eart. If this Is not confession ot.lnwyeis of the city and the statute
liuilli-o and evasion of common decern- In legard to contempt.
cy, what Is it? j Cathcurt's enemlus Jiavo said thov
- iweio leady to meet him In couit, and
' Noto tho lecoid of C.ithcait ns'tho Instant an opportunity la ghcu
Deputy Altotnov Ocnoral. Daring them lo do so T1I1JV SAV TIinY
Ills tarm of office theio wuh mnio sue-cAN'T COSIH Having twisted fuels
ccssftil piosectitlon of criminals tluinifni kiuIi long period they now try
liofoin or slme Against thrr-iccoid to twUt the law- of conlempt In their
the unsupported nssertnui i favor,
in that C.ithctirf w.tnled to Clo.irh, the-efom, II Is not Cath-
by making it ensy for cm t, but nitlicr his Uofumois who
$4 a Year and up
- --ii (.
Individual lioscs in our Safe De
posit Vault may be rented by the
moi'th or, year.
Deeds, wills, and all documents of
value may be kept where there is ab
solutely no dant-er of their being de
stroyed or lost.
The rent is fifty cents a month, or
four dollars a year.
You have easy access to the box
Corner Fort and Mcrohant Streets,
TO THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, AND
WATER G. SMITH.
In yoar paper, the Advertiser, you refer to my libel suits
against you as "bluffs" and intimate editorially that they are
never to be tried, but will be dropped after election.
There is time to try the3e libel suits or some of them before
election. Under the law you have a right to delay, but there is
no need of tt. There nre now four cases nieu against you.
I hereby challenge you to an immediate trial of any of these
cases yon may choose 10 select, and offer to go at once before a
jury and give you an opnortunity to prove yotTr assertions.
! You have repeatedly said that your cases are ready. You
may flic your answers instantcr, wait c your rights of delay and
go into court at once if you desire.
t I am ready to meet the issues at a moment's notice and my
attorneys also are ready to conduct tho cases.
If yon accept this challenge, there is time enough for a jury
to decide between us befoie election day. If you refuse it, the
only reason for refusal will be that you fear the result of meet-
ing responsible witnesses in court, and picfer to keep up your
daily campaign of irresponsible slander.
JOHN W. CATHCART.
o Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1908.
A good flgmc Is a line nt.se t, clc-
clau-s Mis i:i7.ubcth White, who I,
managing tho fiiBhtou evlilbltloif
Thetn Is no kind of n corporation that
Is k.ifo fiom attack In tho.so times.
New Yoik Hvulilng Sun.
John .1. Hayes, winner of tho Mar
athon i.ito In London, has signed a
miiti.ict fm thlity weeks In viiude-
vlll What good Is gloty If It docs
not -aipplv even u modest meal tick
et? Ciilmgo News.
In view of tho reincarnation of
Adjal Stevenson nnd Judsou Hiiimon,
thcte appearif ik) good te.ison why
InJ Lai-e). nt OS. should not try for
the Iowa Senatoishlp:' Terio llauto
Having perfected tho noiseless rlflo
inventor Mnxlm might turn his at
tention lo ptodiiclng ii noiseless flat
car wheel, St. Louis Republic.
What Artist Harlo should havo
found was not nu afllnlty but n 10
luist spin i Ing pailner, Washington
Tlnte aro pleasant dnjs for Colonel
Ihiucs M (luffoy. Ho hcaul sotne un
complimentary things from lovei nor
llajkell nt tho Denver coticntIon
Hind the tuinlus In tho lano has been
I cached Pittsburg 1'icss.
Mavoi Tom .Inhnson Ilnds It dllTI
cull these days lo even obtain a ic-tpectffil-
healing on tho tiolley sys
tem imposition. Hveryonn l.i think
ing and talking hntchall la the rar
est c'ltv Krlc Times,
Of me foitjr-four KnglKh lounty
'.'lli-t (onstalile'i only three have lleen
ri-oiijsshci tanks, thlrty-threo being ox-
iiiiuv oiuiers and ono an ex-navy oin
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Scctetai) of the iVriltoi K. A,
Mott-Hiulth this inornliw ii m n'd n
short address to the pupils en th-- Ho
Klnloy High School, t-iklifg r .r his
subject "The Relation of tno Individ
mil In tho Community " The lnt-ls of
tho secretary's remaiks was Iho
'Oolden Itiilo," Hint Is, each iito:i
miibt u-cognliu tin rights of hl-i nelTch
bur. "Ilo Fcitiato," said llio Sccre-Iary.
"Don't let sour personal lnlciests In
tetfero vvllji what )ou reall) iicik-vo to
bo tho best thing for thq t! aulliliuhy
Mr. Motl-Smlth's speech will piob
ably appear In tho "lllacl; and Hold,"
Ihu school niagiuino.
VOTE THE STUHT
Tho sellowest gold eomes fiom
Alaskan plaicrs, tho leddest from
the I'ral. California gold Is yellow
In Into; tlial of Australia, icddlsh.
FOR ISLAND BUSINESS.
s liofoin or
j , in placed
', uf ono in;
jjf. px.intilia money
. I IW: M ".Ni
wr1s . v
ij.: ' i
Wc are showing two of tho swell
est pieces of SILK ever imported
here. k ' I '
These are of .
Double Width, a dress pattern
Light Blue and one of Gray.
THE POPULARITY OF
I IS UNSURPASSED BY ANY
I For Elegance in Design, Du-
ffl rability, and Cheapness ofi
Price it acknowledges no su-
1 In our large stock will bo i
I found many New Pieces of H
1 this Famous Ware at New
m YnrV liriree
a II. F. Wichman & Co.
HIGH SHERIFF HENRY
Governor l'rear this morning i car
pointed W'lllliilii Ileuo us lllnii Sheillt
of tho Territory of Hnwali Tho nr
polnltucnt of High Honr) ua l.o Is
popularly known, inee'ts with gem-r.-il
satisfaction nil over tho Telilmry, fer
Mr. Honry has cnriled on the .iffalni
of his doparlnunt In a hlg'ily te-in-incndalilo
manner. Ho has courortcl
Oahu IMIson from u Jail Into almost -i
hotel, and hu hns conilncteil ovorytliltiR
In nu economical manner. Ho Is now
appointed to torvo for niiolhor mm
of 'four years.
To thoso gentle people who havo
lecently looked upon William Ran
dolph Ileal st us n "dead one," Wllllo
tlf-1it nmv. nnllo lirnnprlv remark
Tho news ll-nt Hmmn (Joldman U tImt ho u Jtl8t lrmklng his reputa
lo shako tho .lust of Now York' City ton,CincInnntl Tlmcs-Sinr.
fiom her feet In .limitary and go to
Australia will bo welcomed by Now Tor ciltlcltlng t'nclo .Too Cannon's
Yoikeis, but not half so muih ns If isltupllclty 'of dtess, Mrs, Astor was
she would take tho dust with her. handed n gto.it big Isnion by tho for
Spilnglleld News. iner, vho told her that ho didn't sup
po.o that old Grnnddaildy Astor
found any embarrassment In not
wearing socks. Montgomery (la.)
Inasmuch ns Cnirlc Nation Is now
worth n eiuni tcr ot u million, and It
Is no longer necessary for her to en
gago In her peculiar occupation in
nidcr to earn a living, tho public
may bo excused for wondering why
any more ot her nntlcs. tSalt Lnko
Andiew Cuneglo Is going to glvo
fl,J.ri(),000 to Siotlaud for n lu-io
laud. Tho Hist a wind should bo
made to tho Scot who shows tho
greatest signs ot llfo after a 3-hour-aiid-30-iulnuto
bcrmou on predestina
tion and Infant damnation. Yorlc
How lingo n conntiy would be-c
(lulled to'iontulii u dozen Hobsons at
tho siino tlmo? Charleston (S, C.)
Nows nnd Courier. How large u
country? How largo a world! Chi
Speul.liig of I'tesldont Roosevelt's
deslio to t.iko a tilp on Wright's no
loplane, tho St. Louis Times says Hint
' tho J'icbldent Is plnnely Inclined to
bo flighty.'; That's about tho limit.
Jacltbon Dally Nows.
The nvcrngo young American
would bo foiced to reflect very teil
ouly If ho wcro nsked whethor ho
would rather bo I'icsldent Roosovolt
or "Old C)" Young. Concoid Moul-
Dm Ing tTft reign of William nnd
Mary baihelors "and wldoweis over
25 )eais worn taxed t shilling yearly.
Twenty million feathers aro sent
fiom (loimtiuy to Hngland overy yoar
for millinery purposes,
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KALANIANAOLE ,
E. W. QUINN
E. B. MIKALEMI
A. 11. KALEIOPU
S. P. C0RRF.A
D. K. KAMA y
S. P. MAIEIUA
A. D. CASTRO
R. W. SHINGLE ,
J. C. COHEN
E. A. DOUTHITT
JOHN KAMANOULU ,
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN C. LANE
JOHN WISE .,
H4RRY VON HOLT
0. KALAUOKALANI JR.
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
R. .W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J, C. QUINN
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
10'63 FORT ST.
4000 Greon Roofing Slato 10"xl0".
500 One and Two Prong Iron Fencs
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er, , 1 Cnstlron nttlng with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
hu Ka Hana
LUNCHES ana DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberti.
A i S MitlM hi fivtifcua. ,
.iW.i.,. tiiiJJj,aJs, iHil -mi . . , .
- .iifr hi.
" v-j-v! tUUtiiiti iter.
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