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Kuhlo's record In Congress standi
at a living, monument to his ability.
A Prince of Royal Dlood and a demo
cratic American. He has never gone
back on his word and la a credit to
the Republican Party. Failure to
elect Kuhlo for Delegate would be
public calamity for Hawaii. His suc
cess at the polls next Tuesday ,ls al
Tli ico phyrilchniz uutl a chemist of
New York have been takliiR benzold
acid for four months in Krnilually lu
cre Ins doses In making experiments
of now food theories. None haa full
Excitement duo to tho close rarea
In both IiIr baseball leni;ieR Is said to
hnvcyhecn thu cause of a lariro i:irt
of an lucrenuo of twcnt-flve death.!
from heart fallal u In New York City
Mr. Cannon Is referred to by olio
of the bltf wecMlm an nil undesirable
citizen. If he would only Hinoko bet
ter cigala It iiit;iit ho hdiiiu huli.
JOHN C. LANE.
One of the first organizers of the Re
publican Party In Hawaii, John C.
Lane has been a staunch and consist
ent Republican ever since. He was
elected Senator on the Republican
ticket and has served for the regular
four years' term. He was the father
of the Municipal Act and of the amend
ed Leper Sucpect Law. In private llfo
John C. Lane Is a trusted employe of
the Inter-fsland S. 8. Co. .He Is Intel
ligent, courteous and a man of good
presence. .He Is the best man for
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IHJU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATl'TWAY, OCT. .".1,
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VOTE Hit STRAfOHT
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
I. K. KAIANIANAOLE
E. W. OUINN
E. B. MlKAXEMl!
A. b. KALEIOPU
S. J . C0RBJ1A
D. K. KAMA
S. P. MAIEIUA
A. 'l. CASTRO
R. W. SH1NQLE
J. C. COHEN
E. A. DOUTHITT
E. A. C. LONG
JOHN 0. LANE
H4RRY VON HOLT v
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.
JAS. BICKNELL -SUPERVISORS
R. W. AYLETT
ANDREW E. COX
WM. A. KA-NE
J. C. QUINN
DEFUTY SHERIFF OF HONOLULU
a -" - - .
. (GOVERNOR FREAR)
"As I Ku Id la my Rneech at Aal.i
I'nrk, country ciincn first, party sec
ond, nB a matter of course.
"This DOES NOT MKAN that
1'AIITY should be JQNOUUD or that
tho VOTISU shoulil telnet from tho
Otn-'KflHNT 1'AltTIKS tho I1KRT
MEN VinWED AS INDIVIDUATE.
"rAHTIES AIID NRCES3AIIY and
I)i:SlltAIIMI IN RUPimaBNTATIVB
"Tnam work 13 esrontlnl to ncrnm-
plltli (iractlcal results. Accijrdlncly
III iollllc3 ns well iiH lmslnr-.i3 It 1.4
uften ncccosary to select anil voto for
.iicu who by. working toKcthor can ac
ioinilUh doBlrcil rcsulu even thoitKh
they nro not men whu mlKht lie pr
fcrred as Indtvltlunls.
"Of couire. thern lnn- tin mnn nn
tlin pnily ticket who should not bo
voieci ror Vlthcr ror the Rood of the
country or party, but Just where tho
lino rjiould bo drawn Is a matter for
The President loiitlvoly announc
es that ho wt make no speeches in
tho campaign, which is as much aa
to say that i-e lv pleased with thu
way tliltica :u.il.. if tho I'rcsldont
were In doubt about Toffs oloetlon,
wlrn cables couldn't hold him from
tivtlliiR onto 'ho stump. Topeku
ft mi it
It was tho si:-cc83 of Qatar Ilam-
luerxtoln In s w.rmR Intorostlue liov
oltles that chl.' !: led lo tho ovnr-
thiovv of. tho nth' of Mr.. Cqnrled nt
(he Metropolian Opera House, New
Bulletin Rcsiuc Ofiice ?hono 25G.
nullctin Editorial Keow Dione 185,
JOHN i. WISE.
John H. Wlro is candidate for City
and County Sheriff. Ho is a Kame.
hameha student and was later sent
abroad and his education finished In
Obcrlln. John Wise has been working
In the archives department of the Ter
ritory. He will make ,an honest and
trustworthy officer and deserves th
support of the entire community.