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OCTOBER 27th AT 8:15.
Management of ,
CHAS. R. FRAZIER.
Saturday, Oct. 24, 1908
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Visit of the ATLANTIC FLEET
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BY F R A ELBERTUS
v.i'l'M I 4LK;!5x9
in us. If we do well, we want our work
ed. The Individual who thinks well
good qualities, and who does not looK lor flaws is your friend. Who is
my brother? I'll tell you; he is the one who recognizes the good in me.
You can never stand well with the boss by telling him of those who are
Atlas could never have carried the world had he fixed his thought on the
size of it.
0 God, helt) me to win, but if in Thy inscrutable Wisdom Thou wiliest
me not to Win. then. 0 God, make me a Cheerful Loser.
un iiicsuuj- evening tuc ivunnm ;
Hunt Club opened I(h hospitable doors '
and a ery Jolly danco was given at
which wcro the officers of tho visit- ,
Ing Meet. Tho hall was beautifully
decorated with the pepper tree,
flaps, hunting, nnd Chinese lanterns.
The punch wns served downstairs by
a bevy of )Oiiug girls. Among thoso
present wero Misses Sarah Lucas, 12th
el Spalding, Allco Spalding, Alameda
Touss.tlnt, Hello McCorrlstou, Allco
Cooper, Helen (llrvln, Mammio Wnd-
hnm, Gemlma Wndmnn, Hoppc.r (3),
Angus (3), Helen Roth, Kdlth Smith
Georgette Mnlty, Dunlcc Pratt 15.
Sopcr, Plorenco Winter, Sheldon, Cor-
wln, Thompson; Messrs. Murray, Mr
Clure, Vond, Almy, lilac;, Duel;, Ol
ton, Shirley, I.amlo, Jones, Thlclcn,
Cogswell, Hermann, McCorrlstou (2),
Cooper. Thompson, Spencer, Sccr-
nnce, Jenkins, Hcrtstcr, DIckmnn,
and many mothers.
A very delightful luncheon was
given on hoard tho West Virginia
Tuesday, Mr. Olson being tho host
The room was darkened nnd (ho
lights enclosed In Japanese lanterns,
On tho tnblo silver candlesticks with
roso candles cast it lovely light, whl!o
carnations and asters mada a prolty
centerpiece. At cadi plato was a
souvenir postal curd of the U. 8. S.
West Virginia attached to n ship's
I lhlioii. After luncheon thn ship's
band nlnjrtl for dancing. Mrs.'Swan-
7y chapnroned the party and tho
guests lnrludcd Miss Alice Cooper,
Margaret Castle, lleatrlco Castle, Vo-
n Damon. Messrs. Wall. Shouard,
Shirley, Duck, Nartlgan.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. Hunsuker
of tho U. S. A. C. California gnvo a
most ngrecublc tea on hoard ship.
Flags, greens, and hunting made a
bower of the promenade deck. Tho
guests Included Misses Constance Ito
starlck, JUhel Spalding, Allco Spald
ing, Charlotte Hall, nnd they wcro
chaperoned by Mrs. W, M. Graham.
Theso llttlo teuB hnvo been very ccn-
crnl during the stay of tho Fleet, tho
officers vicing with each other In at
tracting tho pretty girls.
Mr3. ltrnlneril Smith's surprise
dinner on Thursday evening In honor
of her hushund'B birthday, nt tho
Country Club, was a completo suc
cess, for Mr. Smith was kept nbso-
COME TO COURT
TO THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, AND
WATER G. SMITH.
In your paper, the Advertiser, you refer to my libel suits
against you as "blufls" and intimate editorially that they are
never to be tried, but will be dropped after eleotion.'
There is time to try these libel suits or some of them before
election. Under the law you have a right to delay, but there is
no need of it. There are now four cases filed against you.
I hereby challenge you to an immediate trial of any of these
cases you may choose to select, and offer to go at once before a 4
jury and give you an opportunity to prove your assertions.
You have repeatedly said that your cases are ready. You
may file your answers instanter, waive your rights of delay and
go into court at once if you desire, 4
I am ready to meet the issues at a moment's notice and my
attorneys also are ready to conduct the cases,
If you accept this challenge, there is time enough for a jury s
to decide between us before 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 prefer to keep up your
daily campaign of irresponsible slander.
JOHN W. CATHCART.'
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1908.
It is a wise guy who docs not
monkey with his destiny.
Help yourself nnd everybody
will help you.
Do unto others as if you.wcie
Never explain your friends
do not require it and your en
emies will not believe you
To maintain order, excellence,
and harmony in the territory
immediately under one's own
hat, will keep one fairly well
Keep an even temper no mat
ter what happens.
There may be some substitute
for Good Nature, but so far it
has not been discovered.
Why not leave them to Ne
mesis? They will talk anyway.
We need someone to believe
commended, our faith corroborat
of you, who keeps his mind on your
lutcly "In the dark." Thero wcro
many amusing Jokes between each
coursc, for rubber tojs nnd glm
icracks wcro brought In with great
solemnity, creating much merriment
and diversion, It being Mr. Smith's
jwell-known hobbj to ndlso his
friends concerning rubber deals, l'rn-
grnnt pink carnations made tho ta-
blo lotcly to look upon. Tho guests
Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Kim
ball, Mr. nnd Mrs, J, S. Walker. Mrs.
Mary Ounn, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs Hubert Atkinson,
Mr. Walter Dillingham.
Miss lleatrlco Castle, nno of tho
most charming memheis of tho
jounger set, was the hostess of n din
ner on Monday, nt which covers wcio
laid for twelve. It was In honor of
Lieut. Kingsbury, n ton of the Judge.
Among thoso present wcro Misses
Vera Damon, Margaret Castle, Nora
Sturgeon, Klnora Wnterhoube, Mr.
Alfred Castlo, Lieut. Howze, Lieut.
Uvorle, Llout. MtKlnney. Tho tublo
was beautifully ornamented with ros
es nnd ferns.
A pretty llttlo dinner was glNcn
on Thursday evening by Miss Nora
Sturgeon In1 honor' of Lieut. Howze.
The guests Included Misses Margaret
Castle, lleatrlco Castle, Dlcanor Wn
tcrhouse, Lieut. Kingsbury, Lieut.
On Sunday evening Mr. nnd Mrs.
Swanzy entertained nt dinner In hon
or of Admiral and Mrs. Swinburne.
Tho guesti asked to meet them were
Captain and Mis. Itccs, Mrs. Augus
tus Kuiidscn, Mrs. Philip Andievvs,
Admlial Sebiec, Captain Cottmnn.
Tho rooms were beautifully decorat
ed nnd nil flowers In flno uses adoin
cd tho exquisitely appointed table.
Lieut Wnllnco of tho battleship
Pennsylvania entertained aboard that
esFel Tuesday afternoon In honor of
Misses Mnigaret Cation, Mnrlo Doug
las, Paulino Dunlop, riorenco Hatter
Eon, Dinma L)on, riorenco Winter,
Mrs. Alan Douglas, Mr. Helnccko nnd
other officers of tho ship. Tho Penn
sjhauiu band furnished music for the
dancing, after which dainty tcfrosh
nients were served.
"Hill Jones, tho avenger," who
shot nt Gultcau, Garfield's slaor,
held for killing farm hand.
Lorcn Coburn, millionaire, asserts
destruction of property was caused
by personal enemies.
Pollco bellevo they limo caught
Blaer of James W. Allaway of Los
Finnk Short of Fresno says It Is
Impossible to get lino on result of the
election this cnr.
Pitting His Organization
Against That Of
iiy j. c wnLi.ivnn.
New York", Bept. 22. A ast de-it
has been written about the legalisa
tion which Frank II. Hitchcock, cnnir
man of tho Rcpubllcnn national com
mittee, has perfected thioiighout tho
country. Mr. Hitchcock's t.ud Index
of tho oteis of tho country, somo
socntccii millions of them, foi mjiho
reason doesn't appeal strongly U tho
old school politicians. They don t
know. It may bo great sturt, mil me)
have their doubts. They do know It'll
costing lots of money and time pre
cious time, as matters oro now dc
cloplniT. Very llttlo has been said about tho
detail work of organization by tho
Democrats. Thero Is llttlo cvldeiKo
at the New Yoik headquarters that
any such effort Is afoot. At Chicago,
It le cxplnlned, much moio Is doing;
but stilt tho Democuits lmo not
shown any disposition to undert.iko tn
parallel tho Hepiibllcun moo In this
However, tho Democrats lino not
neglected entirely this Impoitiint
work. They simply liao a different
way of doing It. Tho play on which
they arc woiklng has just been cv
plained. Chairman Mack, who thinks
ho knows what ho Is nbout, and who
finds tlmo to reecho nil callers nnd
tnlk to them, doesn't admit that lu
doing so ho Is neglecting an thing
Tho fact Is that tho Democratic
work of personal organization is In n
largo way In tho hands of Samuel
Gompers. To nil purposes, tho organi
zation which thu American Federation
of Labor has been for twenty jenrs
do eloping hns been turned ocr to
tho Democratic campaign manage
ment. Mr. Gompers Is manipulating
It, becauso ho Is tho man who made
It nnd who knows bow to handlo It.
The Democrats mnko no concealment
of tho fact that they expect startling
results fiom It.
Tho American Federation of Labor
Is In Immediate touch with 3,000,000
voters, according to Chnliman Mack.
They are not dead men or aliens or
fictions. They aro oters tho cry
kind, too, on whose decisions the ie
Mill of this election Is likely to depend
Not only is tha Federation able to
reach this ast number of tho Noters,
hut through thesu It Is In touch, as Is
asserted, with n still greater number.
All this work of organization to
icneh thu mass of oters Is In tho
thnrgo itf Mr. Gompers' organization.
It In being conducted from Chicago,
nnd Is aimed nt handling tho oters
of tho Mlddlo West and also those of
tho industrial Kast. Thus, as to this
fphaso of tho campaign, Mr. Gompers
is In command of New York statu and
een New Jersey nnd Massachusetts
It Isn't possible to get much detail
nbout tho plan of operations, but It Is
certain that tho Democratic managers
Inne gicat confidence In the work
that Is being done, and expect results
Struggle for Labor Vote.
Tho struggle for tho labor Mite nnd
tho oto that wants to labor Is going
to bo eiuclal from this liniu forth. Ito-
icnlly Hepiibllcnn lieudqu.ii tern heie
learned that managers of i.emal
manufacturing plants lu tho MliMlo
West Indian i was named as tho iiir
tlcular state In which tho movement
started posted notices that It Tuft
wero elected n lu per cent, lucrcaso
in wages would bo granted after c ec-
tlon. In bomo other enbes tho piomlso
was that establishments now cIobciI
down would open If Tuft wcro elected.
As Illustrating how different Is tho
nttltudo toward these methods of caln-
palgnlug, ns compared In 1SSG. it do-
teiopeu mat tho Ilcpubllcnn head
quartets was a good deal perturbed by
mis proccduio. A hKh managerial
official thero explained that lid didn't
think thero was much to bo gained by
mat hurt or appeal, ami ho strongly
feared thero was n good deal to ho
lost. Ills explanation Is Inteicstlug.
Campaign of Sentiment.
"Tho Mlddlo West lias suffered coin
paintUely llttlo fiom tho panic of last
lull nnd tho subsequent depression,"
ho said. "Peoplo out thero haven't
felt tho tioublo seriously. When cut
talk to them nbout a Wall stieet panic
they aro not icudy to bollovo, becauso
they haven't been lilt by it nnd icgiird
It ns largely a fake.
"Tho present campaign Is largely
onu or sentiment. Tho West Is espec
ially Impregnated with tho Idea of
crusading of cleaning out things; of
getting tho squnro denl established.
Having n full stomach nnd a balance
at tho bank, tho West Is In cheerful
frnmo to listen to nppealu for Its aid
in reforming tho Cast. It hoars that
wan Bticct Is oppressing tho Fast;
that Wall street and 'them gamblers'
Bhut tho hanks nnd factories nnd mo
punishing tho defenseless peoplo. In
n spirit of chivalry tho West tlses up
and Is reudy to deliver tho Hast out
of tho hands of Its oppressors.
"Oo out nnd promlso Inci eases of
wngos, or tho opening of shut-down
factories, and what will happen? This
comfortablo West will lend ubiint It,
nnd then will tlso up in Indignation.
Tho tlch, nboundlng Mlddlo West
Is too closo this )eni- ,to tako any
chalices. No: wo profor to fight It
out somo other wny. Tho politics of
Mttik 1 lamia will not do this Benson."
William Itnndolph Hoarst hissed
from stngo of Central theater, San
I rnncisco, for refusing to explain
stand on grnft prosecution.
Secretnry Wright of tho war depait
ment helps wlfo of Colonel Tucker In
.-iiurv iu soparato nlllrcr from affinity,
I lames destroy IiIk mint nl.ini in
Unsrrupulous dealers, mindful only
.,,()) nml rnilnc nothing for tho
health of their patrons, mo orreiliig for
snlo law-gruilc, Impure whiskey, which
they toll )ou Is as "good as Dolly's.'
It Is a cheap concoction nnd fiaml,
Intended to dccloio tho people. Of
com so, when n remedy I1113 been be
fore tho public so long, Ins been pre
ir.,iii,..t nn.i nipd bv tho best doctors
nnd In nil tho prominent hospitals, and
has carried tho blessing 01 iieniin mm
po many thousands of homes ns Duf
fy's Pure Halt Whlske) h.ifc. Imitations
nro hound to urlso. But they can Im
itate the bottle and label only no one
can Imitate the contents.
Hurry's 1'uio Hall Whiskey is nn nu
solutely puio distillation of malted
ginln; gieal euro being iimnI to have
mciy kernel lliorougiuy inaiieu. uum
dcslioylng tho genu and producing
l predlgested liquid 10011 ill mo form
of a malt essence, which Is tho most
elTectUo tonic btlmiilniit nnd IiivIkoi
ntor known to bclonic; sortencd by
wnrmth nnd moisture, its jmlatnbllll
and fieedom from Injmlous suDitnnces
lender It so that It ran bo letnlned b)
tho most sensitive slum ich
Anv film that will sell Imitation or
substitution goods will sell Impure
goods. Tho 111 111 that is dishonest in
lino thing would not hesllato to ho ills
honest lu nnotlicr Whenever )ou see
Imitation nml substitution goods of
fered for snlo li )n firm, hew ate ot mi)
thing and out) thing put up ny mai
firm. You endanger jour own life nnd
tho lles of jour ramlly nnd friends
by dealing with them
BEWAnC OF FRAUDSI
DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY
Is sold in Bonlcd bottles mil) -- never
In bulk. A facsimile of tho gcnulno
bottle Is minted hero so that jim may
easily iccognlro It. II Is our own pat
mted bottle 1 omul anuior cmurcu
and with the 11111111' "Duffy Malt Whis
key Cnnipnnv " blown lu the glass 'l 110
trade-mark the Old t'lienusi h uenu -la
o'l the label, nnd over the cork thero
Is nil etigrnved paper sea. Ho cumin
this seal is not broken.
It Is tho only whiskey recognized bv
doctors i'ter)whru as a family mod
Iclno. At nil drugglbts, gioeers, deal
ers, or dluct. $1 11 bottle
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