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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1008.
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It ISO King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
.rr 1 J Editorial
Vote jour tlc'fet straight. Got the
habit, though ou be a Dcmocint.
AccoidlnK to the Chic FVdprntton
Men, "thero uln t goln' to be no inii
nr." At least, tlicy hojie not.
There Is one blessed thought: Dem
ocrats are so accustomed to defeat
that tho result on election day will
Delegate Kuhlo must be reelected
l( Hawaii hopes to retain Its hold on
the confldence of the United State'
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Get together and elect the straight
ticket. That Is enough work for onu
week. There Is no time to waste ou
If someone should take up the hear
say oldenco of Thurston's private
and public record wouldn't he stand
befoto the comnninltl us a Ileaut.?
Ot course Japanese laborers could
open an era of ruin in Hawaii. Is
that any reason why they should do
bo, when they will bo the first to suf
fer? If V. C. Achl should bo elected
Major of Honolulu wouldn't it Jar
j on? Vote tho straight Republican
ticket, and then you will bo suro It
Democrats concede New York to
Tnft. Tho Weut is for Taft. Ilrjan
will carry what is left his old Btand
by, tho solid South, and thus finally
be elected for a third time to remain
The Equality party has jet to bo
heard from. And the Sons of Ilest
and Allied Society of Political Knock
ers have-not Irsued their wise con
clusions regarding their fellow-men.
Independent candidates who hno
only evil associates to recommend
them can't expect to make any head
way with honest oters, though they
spend their time besmirching an op
ponent. Walmanalo has dono splendidly tn
its reception ot tho Republican can
didates. Even Link will bo unable
to turn this stronghold from tho
path ot political rectitude, which it
promises to tako this jear.
Mr. Thurston has written a letter
that is a perfect confession ot weak
ness for the unhuppy causa tor which
he Is making a miserably degraded
contest. Virtue would be Its own To
ward In this case it there wero vir
tue in It.
Think of the moral standard repre
sented by the Civic Federation com
mittee when it endorses tho Iaukea
administration! Still they say It is
a shame to suggest that Honolulu Is
long on hypocrisy and short on com
Democrats have issued their first
claim to a majority In the Electoral
College. This recalls the remark ot
an Eastern paper that the Democrats
carry the elections In September nnd
tho Republicans In November. Tho
Republican estimato will como later.
What folly for Japanese laborers
to allow themselves to bo swayed by
agitators. Stilkes following demands
(or higher wagjs will mean arousing
to renewed vigor the whole JapaneBo-In-Hawait
apprehension. Must the
Japanese ot these islands, after their
long record for peaceful work, bo tho
first to revive the misunderstanding
and strife Just now quieted by tho
demonstrations of friendship conse
quent to the visit ot Americans to Ja
pan? The discomfiture of Cathcnrt's as
sailants since his endorsement by
business and political leaders shows
the enemy to be in the position ot
the man "et by a bear," of which the
!"., foRqwIng Is a true account:
A young man went West for his
health and Joined a hunting party
that traveled Into a wild region. One
day the father received a telegram:
"Your son Is dead."
Ho telegraphed back: "Please send
"in a llttlo whllo ho received this
telegram: "Thero ain't no remains.
. He was et by a bear."
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sit Month B .Bo
Per War, ati)wherelil US I. no
Pel ) tar, au)M litre In Canada, ,. I. Ho
Pcrear (xMtpald, fortlgn 3.00
Entfrcd it llie Poit office at Honolulu
ai ircond clan muter
1 . . . OCTOBER 26, 1908
STRAIGHT TICKET VOTING
NECESSARY TO SUCCESS.
Victor for tho straight Republican
tlckit Bhould be the single purpose
ot lgorotts campaigning for this
final week of electioneering.
A straight light for tho straight
ticket Congressional, Legislative,
and Count) is tho only way open to
the party for "ucccss and to the peo
ple of the Counties and the Territory
for the prosperity and .contentment
that goes with competent administra
tion of public affairs.
True, the ciii-mles of the party will
dally decorate their pages with
their in i Melons statements. Their ef
fort to center tho campaign on per
sonalities will continue because tho
personality camp with Its combina
tion of queer political bedfellows has
succeeded in getting itself Into such
n mire of untruth that it must fight
to savo itself from being utterly
wiped out in the courts.
So far ns tho Republican party Is
concerned there Is not and should
not be any pcrconal Issue.
We hne a Delegate to Congress to
elect We lime Legislators to return
and n city go eminent to provide
for. Tho ticket is complete and
good It must be carried through as
a whole, and supported In its entirety
by tho Republican voters or ovcry
candidate may go down la complete
and Ignominious defeat.
The coming week should be marked
by the greatest exhibition ot team
work and boIIJ, enthusiastic cam
paigning that this island has ever
Been. Oaliu should set the pace In
n stjle that will bo communicated to
all the other islands ot the group,
nnd round up on election day a splen
did tribute to tho good sense and
'attnntr n tf Ivanc-li I ti rt f f n iiffi I la n1ni -
Tho Republican Delegate cannot
bo elected If there Is to be. a contin
uance ot petty bickering over other
portions of the Republican ticket.
The necessary Legislative Republi
can majority cannot be returned It
At KAIMUKI.1 House lot contain
ing 20,000 iq. feet, cleared ready for
building:. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view, Price
MAN0A VALLEY. Three-quarter
acre house lot on West Manoa Road.
Unsurpassed view of mountain and
sea. The best and cheapest house lot
offered in Manoa Valley, Price
House and lot corner Piikoi and
Lunalilo Streets, A fine piece .of
property at the bargain price of
New modern cottae-e MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merchant Street,
Messages may now be sent to friends
on arriving or departing
THE RATES ARE LOW.
M , !.- 0M H
There Is no need ot
worrying when away
from home nnd the fire
whistle blows, If you
have Insured your pro
perty In one of our fire
We nro agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses In full.
Trent Tust Co., Ltd
016 FORT STREET.
thero is Bnllt-tlcket tnlk In the air,
up to nnd Including tho election day.
The City and County officers elected
will be a heterogeneous collection ot
unbusinesslike and irresponsible an
tagonists it tho rules ot partizanshlp
are to be disregarded and the noting
becomes a scramble to pay personal
debts of revenue.
The straight Republican vote Is ab
solutely necessary to the good stand
ing of this Territory In Its relation
with the Important national affairs
In which It Is now and will bo In
volved for tho coming two jears.
Somo will claim that no harm can
como of a vols for tho Republican
candidate for Delegate and a spilt
ticket for tfio Legislative or County
officers. That tc whero they make a
The man who votes tho split ticket
nnd preaches tho split ticket makes
an enemy. Friends ot every candi
date Immediately distrust him. He
cannot fall to make known his favor
ites. These favorites will surely be
knifed by the friends of tho candi
dates he sees fit to slaughter. Ono
voter In working out his revengo may
slash the Delegate, another the can
didates for tho Legislature, and yet
nnother tho City and County candi
dates. No two men will split their
ticket alike. The result Is that the
candidates for the more Imuortnnt of-
nlces will suffer most seriously, and
Honolulu may wake up the morning
after election to And that the split
ticket has done most disastrous work.
Time enough in this campaign hus
been given to personalities.
Tho main issues havo been slighted.
Tho candidates and the workers havo
been at sixes nnd sevens. Now that
the atmosphere has been cleared ex
ccpt for the usual snarls of the jel
low dogs on the outside, let common
sense and honest partizanshlp pro
all. This will assure an election re
turn creditable to tho good name ot
Honolulu and Hawaii.
IRON WORKS MEN CHEER
(Continued from Pace 1)
His record, both In private and pub
lic lite, had bee'n clean and good. Ho
asked the electors to vote the straight
Republican ticket. Ho was applaud
ed. Wm. C. Roe, a staunch Republican
and the presiding officer ot the meet
ing, made a few appropriate remarks
for John W. Cathcart. Three rouB-
Ing cheers were called for, every
one present Joining with vim and
spontaneous applause. Roo said that
Cathcart at the Orpheum last Fri
day night, had "dono up those fel
lows." This brought the audlenco
to Its feet, cheering and yelling for
John H. Wise, candidate for Sher
iff, told tho votors not to vote for
Iaukea, because his candidacy was a
dead one. "It would be better for
jou to cast jour .votes for Jarrctt
than giving them to Iaukea," said
John. He then explained his posi
tion, stating that ho was Independ
ent and as such he would run tho
police department economically and
without being dictated to by anyone.
The other speakers for the Repub
lican ticket were John Hughes, Jim
Qulnn, E. W. Qulnn, and Norman
We are showing two of the swell'
est pieces of SILK ever imported
These are of
Double Width, a dress pattern of
Light Blue and one of Gray,
"As I said In my speech at Aala
Park, country comes first, party sec
ond, ns a matter ot course.
"This DOES NOT MEAN that
PARTY should bo IGNORED or that
the VOTER should select from the
DIFFERENT PARTIES tho DE3T
MEN VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PARTIES ARE NECESSARY and
DES1RAULE IN REPRESENTATIVE
"Team work Is cstcnttal to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics ns well ns business It Is
often necessary to select and oto for
men who by working together can ac
complish desired results oven though
they are not men who might be pre
ferred as individuals.
"Of course, thero may bo men on
tho party ticket who should not bo
voted for either for the good ot tho
country or party, but Just where the
line should be drawn Is n matter for
Tho'Buchly recital will tako placo
tomorrow night nt Illshop Hall nt 8:15.
Mr. Duchly, who Is a violinist of ex
ceptional ability, will bo assisted by
Mrs. Ilruco McV, Mackall, soloist, and
Mrs. U Tenney lVck, accompanist
Following Is tho program for tho even
ing, which ever j ono will recognize nt
onco as being exceptionally well sel
1. Polonalso Vlouxtemps
Mr. Rudolf J. Illicitly.
2. DIo Lorelei Liszt
Mrs. Bruce McV. Mackall.
3. Legcndo Wlctinlavviikl
Mr. Rudolf J. Illicitly.
4. Njmphs and Shophirds ...Ptirccl!
Morning Hymn. Henschel
Tho Skjlark Tracy
Mrs. Uruco McV. Mackall.
G. Domanse; Souvenir do Posen;
Polish Dance Wlenlavvskl
Mr. Rudolf J. Duchly.
C. Dolera Ardltl
Mrs. Druco McV. .Mackall.
7. Traumerci ...,i. Schumnn
Mazurka do Concert MiikIii
Hungarian Dance Brahms
Mr. Rudolf J. Iltichlj-.
On account of -.tho demonstrator's
tailing on the Alameda for tho Coast
next Wednesday, thero Will bo no dem
onstration tomorrow. All who wish
to make Inquiries about tho Van Duzor
flavoring extracts and flavoring In gen
eral miy seo her nt any tlmo tomor
row at Muj's Btoro on Fort street, Tho
demonstration!! linvn hfpn mirf-nanrnl
In showing tho superiority of tho Van
uuzer extracts to n groat many Hono
Washington, D. C. October 13 Al
bert Rosenberg of Berkeley has been
appoint"! laboratory helper at Hono
lulu in connection with tho Agricul
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
The Auto Livery will from this
date reduce all automobile work 2G
per cont. 1 passenger Inside city
limits Punahou St., Wyllle St.. or
Kamehameha Schools, SO cents; call
ing or shopping S3 ner hour: contin
uous driving 15 per hour; 4 second,
S3 for third. Around Island ti 0. 11
H. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. G.
Bulletin TlnnltiMi flffioo Prion OKU
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185."
THE POPULARITY OF
IS UNSURPASSED BY ANY
For Elegance in Design, Du
rabihty, and Cheapness ofi
Price it acknowledges no su
In our large stock will be
found many New Pieces of
this Famous Ware at New
ti. F. Wichman & Co.
M. MCINERNY, Ltd., Fort and Merchant
VOTE TI Mffflll
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
J. K. KALANIANA0LE
E. W. QUINN
E. B. MIKA1EMI
A. b. KALEI0PU
S. P. C0RRF.A
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
A. D. CASTRO
R. W. SHINGLE
J. C. COHEN
E. A. D0UTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN 0. LANE
HARRY VON HOLT
D. KALAU0KALANI JR.
B. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN"
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1068 FORT ST.
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
fort Bt. just above King.
The one spot on this Island where
the table and appointments harmo
nize, and where the comfort of the
guests has first consideration from
managers and employees. Sixty miles
from Honolulu and on the seashore.
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D
and cloth of A'-l quality can be pur
P, 0, Box 901, Telephone 031,
For Boys and Youths
Correspond to STEIN-BLOCK Clothes for.
Most Boys Suits are just "slummed
together" and pressed into shape. "Sam.
peck" suits arc tailored by special boys'
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
YOU NEyER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
The Leading Visible Type
Be sure and see this machine before
making a purchase elsewhere.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakea.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
S0RIPTI0N. The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McXIGHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 735.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
S3 BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
DON'T FORGET TO SEE THEM.
Only $4: eaoh
Coyne Furniture Co.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 315.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411,