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Wnllnco R. Parrlnjiton, - - Editor
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The Advert lcr s.vh triat Achl lolil
Cntliniit llml Line told HuhIiu'c tliat
rupld .ilil that Wise mid tluit Wnt-
.Ins was sure Hughes told von Molt
'iat but what's tho use?
THE COST OF ADVERTISING.
Tho una wake merchant ofrrn w ou
ters how toiuo rlvnl ran afford to
:ciid bo much money for advertising.
ilo Is uro that he could not that ' rd must of the human fumlly. t'hil
.t wuuld bankrupt him In short or-.drcn me born tired. The rlih liavo
iter to plunge Into publicity on tliojftoni time Immeuiorlal nbhorrcd la
settle that tho other fellow doc:),
Tho other follow Is not worrying
about the cost of bin advertising for
i ho simple ronton that ho doesn't
lavo to pay It. The competitor who!
cannot nffurd to advertise leally. In
ffoct, pays the bill 4 01 1:1c man who
can afford It.
Ho pays them In I io loss of busi
ness canted li. 111.) failure to adver
tise. Tho business he ought to hnvo
his ekaro of tho trade In his Hue
Eocs, in largo part, to the competitor
who feelis It, who can nffpid to ad
vert Iso for It. Tho prollts on tho
trndo drawn away fioui the timid
advertiser b the siggiesslvo one pays
tlic latter'8 advertising bills uud
leaves n oomfoi table surplus.
This is a fait which progressive
merchants are proving nil the tlmo
so It ought to liavo fcotno personal
significance to tho overcautious busi
ness men who arc waiting to get rich
beforo risking adequate advertising
DEBS' EXPLANATION OFSOUIALISM
What is Socialism nnd what aro
the Socialists of America driving nt?
Uugeno V. Debs devoted weeks of
tho HOI campaign making his expla
nation und nppaioutly gaining lho
bupport of n vast nuinbor lit Ameri
cans. Ills cnuo Is u steadily glow
ing one nnd for the bclicllt of the
many seekers after the truth he epit
omized the Socialist scliyue In a sc
lies of questions and answers' which
mo given here It is quite the most
effective summing up Debs has made:
Q. Does Socialism Imply that In
the beginning there must bo govern
ment upheaval, nttciidcd by blood
shed and general disorder?"
A. No. Socialism cannot be estab
lished until wo have Industrial de
mocracy. The word socialism moans
fraternity or brotherhood. Social
ists are believers Jn education nnd
order. They do not believe In force
or bloodshed und, the win Id over,
thoy uro uppoicil lo war.
Q. Docs Socialism mean the strlu
plng of. capitalists of their pos.scs
ilons? A. Industrial democracy or Social
ism Implies tho lollei tlvo or social
ownership of ull the roiuces nml
means of wealth production nnd
wenlth distribution. How tho people-bhall
bo put In possession of so
cial property cannot be predicted
Lincoln favored tho purchnso of
chiittcl sl.fvcs, und Henry ClnyJn tho
early '10s advocated their purchato
Ttielr propositions met with no con-
hldorntlon from tho ownors, nud Lin
coln, ns a war measure, consented
tho chattel property of tho owners.
Perhaps capitalists might answer
Uijs question, but I lis certnln that
Socialists have no purposo of Ignor
ing nny of the members ot society,
whether lliey nro tnulti-mllllonalres
or weary ptnpcrty-lcss tramps. So
cialists nsscit that at both ends of
our present social cjstem are Us pill
ful results lho oxccfslvcly rkh nml
tho oxccsslvely poor.
Q. How will tho distribution of
wealth bo accomplished In tho he
ginning? A. Tho Bodnl ownership 'of tho
Miurcos of wealth production nnd tho
nienns of wealth distribution Implies
ocinoerntie administration of Indus-
'tA try with equal opportunity lo wnilt.
10 produce, nnd to enjoy tho fruits
f lit W(4itHi orniltipMnn Tltn rnnin.uD
mills, mines, shops would ho oponed
'foe. tho production of tho things
needful for human uso and not for
tho mailing ot profits. Access to
theso Industries nnd compensation fur
service would bo according to the en
jergy of production of tho individual,
t. Q. "Granting that Socialism bo ea-
f nlillshpil In rlila pnimrri- mul fa ttrnir-
Per Si Moulin s .no
I'cr Yr, atijvklicielilUS 1. 00
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada,,, I, So
I'crYcai pbitjald, foreljn 3.00
fcntrrcd l the rcwloffice it Honolulu
t roml tun milter.
NOVEMBER 0, 1008
en tentatlel suciossful, liow long
would it ho under n Soclnllst govcrn-
mem bifoio liittustrlsil harmony
would prevail and permanent benefits
be derived ! one nnd all?
A Ilenellts would bo Immediate.
How long It would Uko to establish
Industrial linriuony can only bo con
jectured. Tho normal, healthy man
or woman oaves phjslcal nml mental
r.ettvlt. Long hours uf labor under
,PXt0Ug conditions hnvo deKcnerat.
bor, and our l.mguage proves that
nearly ull o.-cupatlons aio odious.
IhU opinion him even permeated tho
working class Itself, nnd society says
to joung men nnd women: Oct an
education or you will liavo to work
at common labor, and, strango
enough, tho meaner tho worlc tho
meaner the pay.
Q. Does Socialism mean n radical
readjustment of society nnd tho plac
ing on 11 level of thoso whoso Intel
lectual qualifications arc unequal?
A. No. Gov eminent now exists to
control Individuals mfd when Social
ism Is Inaugurated the business of
administrative government will func
tion us It should to dcvlso ways und
means of producing food, shelter,
clothing, education, nnd amusement
not for some but for nil.
. Under Soclallrm, would It lo
possible for individuals to accumu
lato fortunes sufficient to enable
them to enjoy luxuries which arc not
lu violent opposition lo orderly liv
A. Under Socialism, there could bo
no limit except as limited by the ca
pacity of tho individual to accumu
late wealth. Hut no Individual could
have any form of wealth Hint would
enable hlni to exploit others. Tho
Socialists make a very positive dis
tinction between collective wealth
nnd private wealth. They bellevo In
nn nhundnnro of private wealth,
such as books, pictures, musical In-
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain
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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 cottaee MAKIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merohant Streeto.
to friends on at riving or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
There la no lined ot
worrjlng when away
from home and the flro
whittle blows, It you
have Insured your pro
pcrty In one of our fire
We are agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
losses in full.
$mk Wf &
Etrumcnts, nutomobllcs, all kinds of
convc)nnccs, but say that society
must not permit", when it Is sanely
organized, tho private ownership ot
wealth that must ot necessity un so
cially used, and therefore Bhould bo
-GRAND LODGE OEFICEKS
The California Grand Lodge of MnB-
ons completed its nnnual session In
San Francisco by installing lis ncwiy
selected and appointed officers. A
solid silver service was presented to
tho retiring Grand Master, Ocorgo M.
j'crlne. Tho presentation speech was
mado by Charles U I'nlton. and Tor
ino responded In a short address
thanking lho representatives of tho
grand lodge for their kindness. Fol
lowing aro ofllcerB Installed: f
Oscar Lawlcr, grand master, I-os
V. Frank Pierce, deputy grand mas
Dana It. Wcilor, grand bcnlor war
den, Los Angeles.
Alonzo .1. Monroe, grand Junior war
Edward Coleman, grand treasurer,
John Whlchcr, grand secretary, Sac
ramento. Thomas J. linker, grand lecturer.
Ilaker, grand chaplain,
tV 1 1 w m a t . .
Harry K .'olinson, nssls'n.il grand
secretary, Pan Francisco.
Io V. Youngworlh, grand marshal,
William Kcttncr, grand standard
bearer, San Diego.
Delos W. Smytho. grand sword
bearer, San Jose.
Michael D. Llnlngcr, grand Illblo
M. J. Ncwberg. grand senior deacon,
W. C. Ponder, grand Junior ilcncon.
Mark E. Levy, grand senior steward,
San Francisco . '
Fred W. Van Slcklcn, grand Junior
Carl Hcltbron, grand pursulvnnt,
Samuel D. Mn)er, grand organist,
Gcorgo P. Adams, grand tylcr, Snn
Grand Master Lnwlcr announced tho
nppolntmcnt of tho following com'
Finance; Jacob II. Neff, Charles Ad
ams, O. M. Goldaraccna, Ralph Lowo
and Ernest H. May.
Pay of Members William P. Fllmcr,
Amos Stevens, Gilbert E. Webb, !L
Kcrchlval and Edward S. West.
Jurisprudence F. M. Angelottl, Wit
Ham S. Wells. Gcorgo W. Hunter,
Charles L. Patton and M. 11. Flint. ,
Returns W. P. Jeffries, Frod IL
Arbognst, J. .1. Wilson, Henry W. I-ouls
and J. Johnson.
Grievances John I). Murphey, Ed
ward Sweeney, 12. E. Scldh, I Austin
nnd Henry M. Owens.
Correspondence M. II. Flint. John
J. Morrison, C. J. Monroe, II. It. Mc
Noblo and Josoph D. Adams.
Accounts Henry Ashcroft, Edward
Peabody, Percy Hleso, Hugh J. Owen
and Robert McMillan.
Homo trustees William S. Wells,
uiomas Hint. Ilalph Lowo and Wit
Ham H. Wasto.
Meals Borvod at all hours ot tho
New England llnkery. Hotel strcot,
BULLETIN AD8 PAY -
Fancy Laces & Trimmings
Men's Negligee Shirts
MONDAY, NOV. 0th, 8 O'CLOCK.
Cathcart's Vote Above
IMltor K veiling Itullu tin:
The nuiiBciiHo Hint tho Advertiser hns
dished up In its Inst two Issues in re
gard to Cntlicnrt Is worth notice. When
Inukca bent Urown by 17 votes for
Sheriff a great victory was claimed,
but when Cntlicnrt beats Long over
two to one a, strenuous effort Is made
to belittle tho defeat. It Is pro
claimed with groat pomp that 400 lie
publicans refused to vote for County
Attorney nnd It Is sought to give tho
Impression that Cathcnrt's candidacy
was tho causo of It. That is alt bosh.
Tho figures show that tho Jiumbcr of
votes cast.for County AttonHy exceed
ed tho RveYago vote cast for. lho othdr
county officers. The number of votes
cast for Mayor was M:i0, for Treasur
er 6117, for Clerk 5120, nnd for Alt lltor
E035, an average of 5257. For County
Attorney" thero wcro cast D310 votes,
or S3 over tho average. Cntlicnrt beat
tho Adveitlscr's pet by 1282 votes nB
agnlnst Iniikca's paltry 17 over Hrown
two, years ago. Ilutwhat cominnmls
particular attention, as proving tho ut
ter Itnpotcncy of the Advertiser's
methods. Is tho drubbing administered
to tho cowardly sheet by tho precincts
In which tho white voturs predominate
and tho Advertiser Is must rend. Itef
crenco Is 'mado to the Third, Fourth
nnd Fifth Precincts of tho Fourth IJIs
trict, which Include Mnuoa, Punnliou
and Mhklkl, whero Cntlicnrt received
433 votes to Iong'H ISO, or nearly
three to one. Tho Advertiser and Its
corpulent wind bag Is welcome to nil
tho glory that can be found In these
figures. A few llquoriiiieii did more
damago to Jolfn Hughes in twenty
four hours thnn lho Advertiser was
nblo to do to 3ohn Cathctt i" twenty-
KERN'S SISTER IS
UOANOKE, Vn., Oct. 7. Among
the first to greet John V.'. Kern, Dem
ocratic candidate for Vice President.
when hovitcppcd from tho train this
afternoon, en. routo from his South
ern four, was his only sister, Mrs.
Sallto Kiiglc, who lives nt the old
Kern homestead, several miles back
in the Virginia mountains,
Mrs. Knglc, who runs tho old Kern
farm In Ilotctcourt County nnd who
disposes of largo quantities of prod
ucts on tho Iloumikn market, drnvb
l,lto lI"' cly ' 1 carly hour jthis
. A coriiHeo of ladles; ap-
: r mo weqiocrnnc cuairnian
lo assist in tin entertainment ot Mr.
Kcan, found hr occupying her usual
stand nt tho market curb. She de
clined their Invitation to bo the guest
of the committee for the day, saying
olio was too busy, but that 6ho would
be at their disposal utter 7 o'clor
In the evening
Whllo devoted to her brother nud
deeply Interested In his campaign,
she said, sho could not neglect her
farm duties for an entire day. espe
cially as her brother would not nr-
rlvo until thb evening,
Mr. Kern was nwnltcd by a com
mittee of prominent citizens, but on
alighting from tho train ho wnlked
straight to his sister, who was stand
ing nmong tho committee ot ladles
on the plutfoim.
In his speech tonight Mr. Kern al
luded feelingly to tho fact Hint his
father was born and died In Virginia,
nnd that his grave, was at tho old
home back lu the Ptctourt hills.
After tho speaking Mrs. Englo
took char go of her brother nnd
drove him to the old home, whero lie
will spend tonight and n part of to
morrow. Jff'Tor Rant"
cards on sale at
WE NOW HAVE
MANY NEW PATTERN8,
Cups and Saucers
Also a Large Stock of
on display in our show-rooms,
We invite your inspector.
ot ttiese goons.
(1. F. Wichmah & Co.
THIS LABEL STANDS r6 II 51 YEAHfl
or wHOWirtq now ear
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION
In nccordanco with cusloni, I horn
by dcslgnnto Friday, tho 13th day of
November, 1008, ns AKIIOK DAY for
the Territory of Hawaii, nnd recom
mend that on Hint day appropriate
exercises he held In all schools ot tho
Territory and Hint a part nt the day
bo devoted to tho planting of tloel
(ftcn under my hand nnd thnj
(licit Seal uf tho Territory of 1
Hawaii nt the Capitol In Hono
lulu UiIh 3rd day of November,
A. 11., 190S. J
W. F. FRKAR, '
Governor ot Hawaii.
lly the Governor:
12. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Seciclary of Hawaii.
AND OTHER Q00D THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1063 FORT ST.
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in the year when your dinner
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vides a subject for which you
should be thankful, remember
our old-faihioncd Pumpkin
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ot CS listed oil companies aro'
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