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.AUQUST 10, 1910
should tell ourselves once for
it it is the first duty of the
Income as happy, complete,
adent, and great as lies in its
, Mnuricc Maeterlinck.
I L. -J
j reported Mint Ilrnli took his
'defeat peacefully In that re
It "may lio said tliat prnctb'-perfect.
buld Room that tho most con-
piace to Interview l'resldenl
itely Is nt the ticket Bate of n
Is tlio time for Republican to
tin) rule of tlio party ntul
Ahnt llii'lr rilitH are. Till Is
ty to pull ttiu self-constitute 1
tlhls pcdestul ntul scenic prou-
good resultH that ham W
In thd'wnko of the amendment
Organic Act luivo nlrcady be
evident. Tho I.1111I Itoar-! l
ng,n nee-led nlr or piihlli'li on
il;niliiilnlst ration uinl Ilio'tVirl-
und I'oilonil cooperation on
Supply Ik how a reality.
(on Cnniphell ndvoqiteil n
of twenty cefitR a ton for nil
lhnndled over the proposed
,to ho built hy tho Illln Ra'l
'onipany. Kven Thurston wat
TEvltli tho live cent clinrffe
ii,thp Fiimo methoil of fil -u-brought
the present water rater
lo of tho Department of Public
5 .OUR RAILROADS. s
roail statistics fur the United
for the latest year of full uc
ng, ending Juno 30, 1909:
fc-track mileage. 23C.8CS. tulles.
rtfoi1 nine tracks around "the
With ubundnnt extra soctldiis
Itches. - "
bor 'of persons on pay-rolls;
23. Enough, with their fnm
o make a city at least thJ size
ibgr.of persons killed during the
F.772. Enough to wipe out n city
to of Annapolis, lid.
Iber of persons' Iii)i1red, 95.G2C.
iflto make a hoApltul city as big
lias Albany aim a goon ileal uig
ail Grand Hnplds.
ber of passengers carried, more'
5'J 1,000,000. Enough to rcpopu
me Aslu or two Europes and
a comfortable surplus.
iTRUST THE PEOPLE.
hoping Miss Unston succeeds nnd
when she gets through with the shin
ing examples, It will lie time enough
to "save" the common people
Miss Canton declares cigarette
smoking prevails to an nstniilslilng
extent among college girls, society
women, actresses nnd women In gen
eral. She says she will address a let
ter or reproof to Miss Hears, known
throughout the country as n tennis
champion, whom she nslders the
spokeswoman of the cigarette smok
ing women, nnd thnt n committee of
the league will visit Mrs. I-ongworth
with nntl-elgarctte literntule nnd ar
guments. "If MIsh Sears pays no attention to
my letter," Mid Miss (Inston, "I shall
pay her a visit, aR I expect to go to
"I shall try, with the aid of the
league, to reform clgnretto smoking
women and should like to start In on
Miss Hears and Mrs. ixingworth. We
will nlfto go after the boys.
"I low about reforming the men Oh,
that's too big u proposition for my
self or the league, Just ot. Hut with
Hie Women, that's illffeient. Do I ob
ject to women smoking In private?
Cortalnly; 1 object lo them smoking
"It Is astonishing the extent to
vhlcli smoking In private prevails,
'omen smoke In their boudoirs, In
ho1 Indies' parlors of theaters' and
teal puffs; occasionally, nt fashion
able roVnurnuls from the cigarettes'
af their male companion!."
So hole's to I -ii ry (laston. May her
example be followed by other reform
ers who are so anxious lo save the
dear common pe'dple,' b,ut nlwajfl hos
Italu to clean up any of the so-called
aristocratic! back yards.
months ago Philadelphia was
.'to placo a small issuo of city
Monday's popular salo "over
.unter" of tho snme bonds was an
.tilled success. Tho demiind
(ptb he greater than the' Biipply.
St Philadelphia did In effect was
Drover Cleeland was forced' tb
fen he dropped hts negotiations
JW. Morgan & Co. and called
ffiiula'r subscriptions. It ills
dfewlth tho Influential bankers'
aiTci'nnd nppealed directly to In'
s, small and great, and they fur-
the city all tho funds It needed
I 'class 'of' people who Votild
i .illy,- have purchased tho bond?
ho bankers nt a profit pur
i 'them first hand from tho city
!?n'goo(I thing for nny govern
fniunlclpnl or national, to trust
ieoplo rathor thun promote tho
Sf sprculatorf .
fnk liio' laid a rc'formor has nt
f"" .'red tho field, who Is ready to
o'n tho high and mighty men
lien of tho country, anil not
SRlfliur tulk to the poor com-
GlAicy I'lifio Gaston of Chicago
S founder of tho Antl-Clgnrettc
ui of America and alio announces
ftltcntlon of llrsty. trying to jre
Kfra! Nicholas f-ongv?ortl,'anl tj
do y known Dosftjn
Learn To Svsh-n
You will never learn to swim -by
sitting on the shore, and you will
never own n homo If you contlnuo
(ho habit nf paying rent. Try to
swim. Hero aiu opporlunltln:
Homes for Sale
' - s5-Room Home, Ktiimuki $2000 '
S-Room Home, City......... 2500
G-Itoom Home, Kaimuki 3800
Trent Trust Co., Xitd.
Seven acres. -House with
large livinjj room, twojied
roomi," garage,' se'ryarits' quar
ters, ittci , J . , . '
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Jlanoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
excell in quality of work
Our prices will he found to
be the lowest in the city.
Examine them and compare
them with others.
. REACH FRIENDS BY ,
THREE OR FOUR DAYS AFTER
THEY HAVE SAILED
Office Open Sundays. S to 10 A. M.
H. R Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
N'ow' York, tlief u'li'eauully inucU up
ptoYhl wh"i V'Yor, ?.t '.f.V. en
tho ftti.e Of ' -'uiVK' OTirn 4ft" ;
im.n ffnci eaf.n'c -itufur'SV' fir 'itr'l'
oelorl: m ihe.ir.o.fnj ;4nVi4,.hty,
call prom that they aro not doing it
It Is entirely oiltstiio tho qlirstlon
wlicthef the.' smoking of cigarettes, tho
drinking of whiskey, tho Interest in
the literature and reproductions , of
prlro-flghtA, or tho enjoyment of sup
pers afler 1 o'efoek aro for (lie great
oit rood of lho.e who Indulge In them,
The question lril'whejher we ran ft&ier
more nnd more thefe eravlngi In
"hnm tho law'1 on one nnnther'n per
sonal pursuits and jet remain a sln
icrely liberty-loving people. The
puzzle Is whether wo nro striving lo
get tho powers ot government more
and moro directly Into pur own hands
for .tho purpose not of preserving our
own liberty but of promoting other
men's slavery. Tor It was Jefferson
who snld: "If wo nro made In some
degree for others, jet In n greater are
wo madO for ourselves, It were con
trary to feeling, and Indeed ridiculous,
to supposo that n man had less rights
in hlirlfiolf than one or his neighbors,
or Indeed nit of them -put together.
This would bo slavery." '
t OHIO IN BALANCE.
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Not without reason nro 'Mrt Taft
and Mr. Kopsevelt worried about the
situation in Ohio. No Kcpubllcan
State Is moro precariously Republi
can. Tho great Hoosevelt plurality of
2.r.j,000 In 1904 hud practically melted
away In 190S. Mr. Tuft's total vote
was 572.312 to Mr. HryAn's 602,721.
Hut Judson llarmon's vote for Gov
ernor ut thb snme election was rj2,-
5C9 to Mr. Harris's f.33,197. Thus a
Democratic Gubernatorial plurality of
19,373 wasbalanced against a Repub
lican Presidential plurality of C9.G9I
Republicans Ray tluit the Tnft vote
represented tho 'normal Kcpubllcan
plurality on national issues and that
tho Harmon victory was due entirely
to local causes, Tho flghfes ot tho
Congressional election support no
such theory. Tho Republicans elect
ed thirteen of tholtcpresentatlves In
CongrcBa'nnd the Democrats eight.
Tho combined pluralities of tlio thir
teen successful Republicans wero 01,
779. Tho combined pluralities of tho
eight successful Democrats wero 40,
748. Thus tho net Republican Con
gressional plurality was only 15,031.
This was tho net margin ot Repub
lican ndvnntago In n Presidential
year. What expectation can there, bo
l nf snvlni- It In nil off venr when the
party Is torn by factional fights, when
public sentiment Is running strongly
against "tlio best tariff over enacted
and when Governor Harmon has giv
en to tho Stnto an administration
jvhoso elflclency nobody lias success
fully attacked? ,
Tho political pendulum In Ohio
swings over a wide arc. In 1892 Mr.
Cleveland camo within 1,072 votes of
carrying tho Stnto. In 1895 tho Re
publican cutidldato for Governor had
a then unprecedented plurality of 92,
G22, In 1904 Mr. Roosevelt had a rcc-otd-brcuklng
plurality of 255,000. Tho
next joar tho Democrats elected a
Governor' with 43,000 votes to spare,
while tho yeai1 after that the Republi
can candidate for Secretary of State
had a plurality or 50,390.
With conditions as they are now It
wOuld bo a political 'mlrnclo if the
State could bo saved to tlio Republi
cans Tho ordlniyy off-year swing Is
practically cnougii in useii ;o ro-eieci
gallon and wipe nut tlio Republican
majority or thirty-one In the Legisla
tine, theieb) instiling the election or
a Democratic Senator in placo of
Politicians may confer nt llovcrly
nnd Sagamore Hill, but polltlanl con
ferences cast mighty few otes on
election day, especially when tho In
dictment Is ngnlnst a party and not
against nn Individual. Mr. Taft and
Mr. Roosevelt will not save Ohio In
1910, and they may count themselves
lucky ir they save It In 1912.
Hand In hand with tho movement
for more pcrsonnl political liberty
there runs a movement for moro per
sonal floral subjection a growing
feeling thnt no private citizen should
bo allowed to manngo for himself any
private matter which his fellow-citizens
can mannge for him. As men's
freedom of political conscience grows
their freedom of private lonsclemo
Thus In some States we see men encouraging-each
other to spilt tickets
but forbidding each other to Binoke
cigarettes. In other States they nio
teaching men to hold their own con
ventions but prohibiting them from
swallowing their own whiskey. In
still others they nro advocating tho
referendum nnd recall but Inhibiting
ono nnother's reading of any printed
matter concerning a prlo light. All
over tho countrj citizens nro sup
porting tho freedom of conscience or
insurgents nnd all over tho country
they nro restraining their rcllow-clt-Izcns
from watching moving pictures
ot two heavy-weights exchanging fist
icuffs. In Now York there Is much approv
al of absolute inste.ul of even delp
gated self-government llrcct prim
aries Instead of conventions. And In
ACTION IS NEEDED.
Tho nltentlon of Republican voters
should bo centered upon tho mica ot
tho party governing tlio nomination of
convention delegates nnd for the
primaries. It Is tlmo for action to
prevent tho allllctlon of Andrews boss-
Tho parly rulon rend ns follows:
"On tho fmi r tb Frlihi) In Aug
ust they lt.U" picclnct clubs)
shall meet ut the Biime hour (7.30
p. m.) nnd make iiomliiullont far
delegates to' tho Territorial and
County 'and District conventions,
to be mted for at a primary to bo
held on tlio ilrst Saturday In
September, between tho hours of
2 nml 7 o'clock p. in. or upon call
of tho Territorial Central Com
mitten or Its Kxecutlve Commit
tee. Nomination mIi.i! I b open
from 7:30 to 8 o'clock p. in., nnd
shall bo tiled In rutting with tho
chairman of tho meeting
"Section 18 No member ot a
precinct club shall be entitled to
mte at u I ..nary unless his niuno
shall bavn been enrolled In the
clijb; nnd no person shall enroll
or lute In any other precinct than
that lu which ho rcotilei. Tlio
rolls shall be open for the regis
tration of prerlurt inters up to
the c' rf the meeting provided
for t ' i 17, for the nomina
tion ii. .n egates to tlio county,
and Dla'i t nnd Turrltorl.il ctin-
itloni!, nnd tho secretary of
ci. uiitlurt club Is hereby re
iliiii.J to bo present nt such
meeting with tils roll hook nt 7
o'clock p. m., und to keep tho
same open fur cnrollmcrc until
-nil applicants arc curullci); pio
?!':?r fco-rrrer V"i' ' r.":h ev
trr,t ia i tiM' t c.l.U..cd
bv 'u o'locll p ni. .b ;
nlnll be ioat.n.ieil uat.t the loi
lowlng ovenlng between tfw linofn '
of 7:3(5 niid lb o'efock.nt llic-satrio
placo. All) liirinliiT )f a! preclnit
club upon removing froin.tlie prr
rlnrt limy nftofftcnulrlng n tlilrly J
tlnj bona' fide' rulilenre Ih an
other preeinrl, 'obtain from Iho '
necrelary of tho precinct rlub
wheiefn he wau last onrotlcd a
'cortlfiratn of trancfer which will
entitle him to become a mcnfbpr
of the pre6lnrt -rib whfrfc-ln he
hna ncipilred sufli bona lido resi
dence. "Section 19. .Nomination for
delegates to tho County nnd Dis
trict or Territorial ''Conventions,
shall not be rcceliod anil placed.,
upon the primary ballots' unless
made nt meetings held fur surh
purpose, nnd no person sbnll bo
nominated ilnleis ho shall hnve
enrolled his nanlc In tho precinct
club prior to tho placing ot his
name na a nominee.
"Section 20. Hnch precinct club
shall keep u register of all elig
ible mtcrs residing ,wlthln tho
precinct, showing Mich fntts lis
would bo required In nldlng ntul
determining party slhmgth with
in tho precinct. T4ie electoral
register shall be made' i!i at soon
ns possible, after tho biennial elec
tion of precinct club officers for
use or the Judges of election, can
didates and omcers of tho pic
3 Vviitt' kim Ue
(Continued from Page 1)
Kntnlwaa Introdiued n resolution
whlili provided ithnt the following
amounts be set nshjo from tho general
fund for tho benrllt of tho various
districts ns follows:
South llllo, 12,0(10; North Illlo, 1J.
500; Hnmnkun, Si.OOn; North Kolinln,
$1,500; South Kohala, )500; North
Kona, J 1,000; South Konn, (500; Knu,
l,000j l'una, J.'.OOO. Total J12.000.
Shlpman wanted to chloroform the
resolution by passing It up to tho
appropriation committee, but Knlal-
wall Insisted on its being Immediately
I.uvls said he did nob objed 'lo the
resolution, hut there wero plenty of
school hoilsea In Ixi repaired. He ask
ed how the County loulit build school
hoiHoi If It approprlittt'd ilway every
unt It h.1d. ' '
lVrnamlc. (hilnicd thnt roads and
bildges were needed, moro than
schools. He referred to tho claim paid
tho Volcano Stables for damages, and
said that lie had eeVeral dangerous
bridges In Hamakua. The roads must
Shlpman answered that no ono dls
putcd Jlio-nccd of, road, .work, but to
r.?fi.y Tao r"z.'i. .la
ftt'.' n n.fr fh iJ3'i
hUit4 to tb) twil "snvcr.t; ,
AftT -'.oi furit.ijr Tirv..".cn the
te-ol.iilan p.it',l, ghlprnnn and .1r7.i1
votfng apIiist It. " ' ' "'
lit tlio meeting 'thfl follow trig dny
Iho following npproiratlo,ns wcru,
pa?Ked: $2,71l. forrwatorilpo', $829.75
for thri VOICn'no Stable -claim, and
J175 lo-T. Ah Ping's claim for mnv
Jug n hnlbllng., , 1. f
Ilreworks followed when waiaiwaa
inlroiluctsl the followlnc resolution:
Ro II flernlved hy the Hoard or flu
penlof of tho County Of Hawaii,
that the Audllor of the County of
Hawaii bo anil he Ii lihic.hy'niilhnrl;ril
to Issue warrants: on the County Trea
direr for tho pnynp'iU of nil the
claims ngalnsl Of tho County, for nnd
on nccount or work performed or ma
terials furnished In cnHi district of
Die sold County or Hawaii up tonnd
Including the .10th day ot .Inly, A. D.
inin. nnd which hnm been duly ap
proved b the Road Overseers and
8llpertlnr.s of Iho respective district,
and Vhlrh have been held back by thn
KlnaiP e Cnmmlltco on account of lack
of funds: said warrants tci bo paid
out nf nil? monies, unappropriated III
(lie General Fund.
It may be pointed out Ihht hesldeq
tho claims whlih hnvo been mention
ed, tliere nre n Siumbor of claims for
road work which hae never Jieen re-
ported lo the Hoard. ' Various mem
bers llguro them lo nmount to any
where from $80ii0 to $20,000, but their
exact, nmount can not bo known nt
present, as eaili rupervlsor only
knows how much the nmount of such
claims Is In his district. Theso claims,
It will bo F-ecn, nro not nffet.ted by
the'Knlnlwna resolution, which refers
only to ilnlina which diavo'been de
rerrcd by tho Klnnnee Committee.
As the 'County will during the. rest
or the mar teielvo only $11,000 a
month, whereas heretofore It had been
receiving $15.(100. there will 1o prac
tically no rlinntn tn save from tho
monthly aHowamcs. and with tho 111
lillltleH amounting to far more than
tho funds on hand. It seems that tho
registration Is Inctltnhtc, and thnt,
as a mntter of fact. It la tho only
Wny lit which the situation may ltd
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of (
M. Iswolsky, tho Russian foreign
minister, has Issued a nolo to tho
llrltlsli. IVeneh und Italian govern
ments -proposing n military rcoccu-'
pnllon of (Veto and administration
by the piotecting power. ,
It's useless to go whero duty calls
unless you nio going to get busy utter
you get there. i ( ,
After'lots ot men hnvo done their
duty they 'hang' around and wait for
peodle to applaud. .
-Gnelfttf flnvnrnnlllnrnlntl trlvrt llin ll,.inrif..,ta
Here's a majority of tho Congressional Ucle-
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for -sale' at Waikikl 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved with a large and com
fortable house. ,
We are authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in Afty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur
chasers. Particulars and terms at our office.
i. 1 . 1 '
When a Cool and Refreshing Beve
rage Is an ' Important factor in
WARM DAYS cause- nervousness and
weariness -minds become sluggish and
clo not work with the alertness they
should. PJIIMO BEtfR not' only
corrects this, but is a tonic food and
Order a case today- put" some. on ice and drink a.
when you 'are hot arid tifed. ' lie sureyou get
1 Fort and Merchant Btre.ti 2it k.J-.-Ji.
Thejecr That'3 J3rdved
lo euit Ihe CJ.ini&je
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