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In scandal, as in robbery, the re
ccivcr'is always as bad as the thief.
Wllli.im Kent Is tlio mail who said
(lint "In lliiwali a 111:111 Imp either to
bo n missionary ir n hoodlum." Ilul,
Kent, In Congress, will be ono of the
tbvfit friends nn Amcrlriin Hawaii can
Thoy liao stirred up enough dls-
, Bcnslon and wldspicud opposition In
i.'lio ItepjibllCnn p.ifty to warrant glv-
them honorary titles ns Andrew-
Cohcnovilch apt pupils of I lie
One Indifferent success cannot
Wreck (lie right principle Imohcd In
itlic Immigration movement. Nor can
Klip preaching of tlio Andrbwsky-Co-fjienovltch
combination cause the Hc
publlcan party to 1)0 scared out of an
Ihoilornblc and progressive Htau'd "1111
jr.thv Immigration question.
Of course everyone would have been
pleased to see Theodore Itooscvclt
temporary chairman of tlio New YorH
Stnto convention. ' And tliero aJ
others, friends of Tlieodore, who will
not feel lhaPitny lmrni lius-beeu-iUini
by reminding the ex-1'resldent that
tlioro are others In this free and en
While pleased with the. success of
William Kent In his Congressional
usplratlons.uany In Hawaii will learn
with t.een regret of the defeat of Con-'
gtcssmnu MuUiclilnn for lenumiun
tlon. Mr McUiuhlnu has been ono of
tho staunch supporters of important
projects for the development of Ha
waii's harbors. '
Hawaii's status Is such. that It Is all-
Important to return an overwhelm
ing oto for a high protective tariff.
We Tho Delegato to Congress must bo a
high tarirr man elected ob 'a high
tariff platform The tariff Is the cor
nerstone of our prosperity. ' In our
I rclnlliuis with the States and gather
Territories there Is no Issuo more
,' important than this.
ANDREWS AND HARMONY.
Lorrln Andrews called to account
I before tho Republican Territorial
'Commftteo that employed him to work
'. for the party, Is credited with making
: the statement that ho did not engage,
t'to harmonize tho Republican party,
hls duty was merely to organize.
That reply nlone Is sufficient to Jus
tify tho Immedlnto dischurgo of this
Jjinan f rum the servlco of the commit-
Think of n man engaged to organ
ize either n body of men or a busl
fness, telling his employers that hu In
'tended to organlzo but not to harmon
ize. That mliif Is either deficient or 11
natural barn uss, who tries to main
tain that any organization amounting
to (Ui)thlng can bo curried on" with
Tho organizer who fulls to hnrmon-
r; Ize Is n complete fulluie.
Hut It seems Irom Andrews' reply
fft1iat ho lids been deliberate In Ignor
ing harmonious organization.
Who can piollt by such Inhnr-
b. monlous organization but Andrews?
Wi Unfortuhutoly tho meeting of tho
Chamber of Commorco at which tho
President urged tho consolidation of
I. business , organizations, was marked
by action In connection with tho elec
tion of olHccrs, that furnishes the
principal argument of tho Independent
men of tho city against consolidation.
' For the third successlvo year, the
jt.immo oxccutlvo olllccrs aro serving .tho
B? Chamber of Commerce. If this policy
ill followed out under consolidation or ;
'nnn. consolidation, it will certainly re-I
I suit In dissatisfaction and, (he revival
of tho old feeling th.it brought about
tho organization of tho Merchaqtv Aa-
I'rt Sll Monln, 0 .n0
Tet Veir, nnrbtitlaU5 I.oo
Pet Yer njrwfctrr n Cnd. l.no
PerVnr txxlptM.ioittjcn, . . 3.cvr
fcfittted it tht FottofEct it Honolulu
u iccond-clui tattler.
.AUGUST 17, 1010
COHEN'S FALSE STATEMENT.
The nullctln Is Informed that
ono Joel C Cohen Is going about this
town making tlio statement that In
the coming "political ciimpalgn the
K veiling llul let In Is to swing
Info (he Democratic party, and that
support and Its candidates.
Joel C. Cohen's statement Is abso
If ho repeats this assertion, ho will
utter that which ho knows to bo n
falsehood, and he may be Judged by
the oters accordingly.
soclatlon, namely, that tho Chamber
of Commerce is ruled and controlled
by a continuous ring of big personal
Interests nnd tho "little, fellow" has
no more show than feathers In Kl
lauca. . ';
' Th-j. feelW that oxlRts mntlnst nut.
tngttie jS11rk each year In Jim hands
of the hame men Is not In flic nature
of n reflection on the character or
ability of the Incumbents.
The nvcrngo nicn .In Honolulu lie
llevo whether rightly or not, that
there arc moro than one or two or ten
lien In tho city capable of doing good
TofKr-LertK5 salno Individuals linn-
o tho business of any. semi-public
which the nvcrngo cltl-en reselits. '.
I Any man lio lias had 1o, '' ,W'U
tfio iiffalnt of grganlzatidn's ot this
elmiacler has learned that rotation :n
oflico keeps tho temper of (lie mem
bers in much better condition. It usu
ally makes a live organization out of
a denil one'.
Jt muy bo accepted ns n certainty
that with all tlio business organiza
tions ccnrnllze'd under tlio Chamber
pf Commerce, Hardly a year will pass,
before the grumbling will be heard
o certain elements bogging it nil."
Tbls -rlticlim will n .1 be, outspoken.
It will come uut in back olllco talks
In Something llko tint form- "I don't
wtnt 'to crltlcho, but " The next
man will como out of a Chamber
meeting and swear that tho action of
tlio meeting wns wrong nnd give as
his excuse for not saying so In open
meeting that "I cnn'l afford to buck
siich nnd such nn Interest In tho or
ganization," or "Wo aro ruled by n
ring nnd what are you going to do?"
Any man who did not encounter
this spirit and tlies.e expressions y
tho days when tho Chamber of Com
merce was tho only business organi
zation In Honolulu, must havo lived
In n sphere of activity fur removed
from Fort street,
It Is qulto possible to havo all the
pcoplo In tow; members o( nn organ
ization nnd for thiit organization to
lack many of 'tho essentials of a rep
resented 0 'body, wlicn It, gets Into
Tho I) u 1 1 0 1 1 11 docs not caro
whether Honolulu has ono business
organization or more. It wants to
sco the actlvq' men organized In n
manner thai yllt give, the best results
In tho development of a broad, liberal,
progressiva' c'pm'mWlty spirit.
Theoretically the scheme suggested
In th6 nnuhai report to tho Chamber
of Coirimcrce U good,
Whe& dealing with tho mattor prac
tlcalllt Is wjll to take. Into consid
eration' the faefs of tho sltitalon In
Honolulu as developed by wTiau'men
do, wL'at (hey say, and how theyacl.
It 'Is wci to remeinljer liat Bpmo
of 0115 best, citizens of iargo wealth
and power when listening to tjio re
marks an qvcrago citizen of less
wealth but equal brain capacity, are
inclined to sneer, "Oh, what docs he
amount tp anyway," of If they don't
say It,' to net the .part.
When Honolulu has reached tho
point whero each, member of a con
solidated business organization Is
ready to admit that every other ono
Is its deeply loyal to tho welfare of tho
city and has tho. same rlgh( to a re
spectful hearing, without taking It
put p,( him lntlfe withdrawal of busl
npsii orders, (hen tho time will be
iljiti fyr tlio, unity thut combines tho
Investment bonds generally nro
selling nt a price that will yield ft,
higher return than for years, past-;'
Consult its when Investing In so';
Trent Trust Coi-Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock nnd llonil
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged
BishopTrust Co., Ltd.
?he Right "Way
to communicate with
the other islands is by
business bodies In n grand, aggres
sive, and loyal force, wheio every
man nnd oery Interest gets n fnlr
hearing and a squai'e deal.
If tho business men of all the or
ganizations belle 0 that that time has
arrived, they should by all menus
carry through the proposed consolida
tion. If It has not nrrlved, consolidation
will bo n complete fniltlre
Ketums from tho primaries In C'n7
Ifornla show that tho people of that
grand and powerful young Stuto are
nrouscd to tho needs of the hour iur.1
respond heartily to tho cull that hiw
gono forth throughout tho country fotri
a square deal In politics nnd honesty
Tho victory of such men ns lllrnnij
Johnson and William Kent means thnt j
tho n.ow era In tho moral tono of our
country's political activities has ar
During this morrthonly we oiler the followinp; choice
Kaimuki residences for purchase, upon terms within tho
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring- a home. Small cash
payment and balanoe in monthly instalments. Call and get
particulars of theso two "special bargains before they ore
NO. 1 Three-bbdroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais.' Newly papered and painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters. -
2 New. tv.)0-bedroom bungalow. Maijnificent view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park), Either 6110 or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE '
Three-betjroom furnished bungalow on tho Kaimuki car
line. One of the ni ost cqmfortable homes in Honolulu.
i"j Fetrt and Merchant Streets J7W
When Buying A
One that meets every demand
for perfect service; on? that
combines' perfection in the
works, style nnd character in
Iho case to satisfy and pleasfl
individual tnste and rcauiitv
Our Watches wc recommend
H. F. Wichman
& 0.. Ltd.,
rived nnd that'll Is real and earnest.
Of course tho flg'iit of tho next few
months will bo complicated by the In
terests of Graft, high nnd low, oper
ating In tho two parties to aciomp
llsh their nonpartisan nnd selfish
ends. Hut tho pcoplo-have been learn
ing n thing or two In tho last few
yenrs, nnd they have bIiowii their util
ity 'to comblno on a non-partisan
basts when It comes to lighting In
terests that ao crooked. Having
started well tho pcoplu will probttbly
eontliiuo the good work In California,
and elect to olllco Independent men
for tho State nnd for Congress.
Desmond Dunne Jr., son of Des
mond Dunne, formerly commissioner
of public works In HrooKbn. was
killed Instantly In nn nutoniobllo ac
cident nt Westhnnipton, Ir I. His
automobile turned turtle.
A Bovero electric dorm swept over
St. Louis, Mo., nnd East St. Louis,
III., rorently At the latter placa
sevon aeroplanes were destroyed. '
VA3HIN'GTO;j, D C July .
rtobert Si. rienrg DryenforOi, el'it
J ears old, must he guarded from th."
wiles of women.
Thono and many other (ouiljtlon,''
nre prescribed by tho will' trf' tils
father, llobert 0. Dryenforth, n
wealthy pafCrit attorney, who died
July and whoic will Ins been filed
Tho entire estate, with the excep
tion lif n few hcqucBts left to thn
executors of tho will nnd In rela
tives, wjll he converted Into n trust
fund to cniry out thn wishes of the
testator In regatd to hit win's rear
ing. In the event of the death of young
Robert before ho. reaches tho ago of
28 years, or In tho event of his as
sociating with n relative, one -Jcnnlo
Di yenforth. or her daughter, Rose
Mario Knowlton, tho vast estntn Is
to go to William II. Harold nnd Rob
ert I)r en forth, who mo named ex
Tho will, which wns dated April 3,
1903, first provides for tho cic.itlnu
of the trim fund for tho benefit (if
the con, calling for tho payment of
$."0 a month for his maintenance
until ho Is twelve years old; $1000
a enr after he teaches that nge, nnd
Inter he is to rccclna $1300 a car.
He docs not, enter into tlio full bene,
lit of his estate until ho reaches the
ago nt i!S.
"I particularly request my execu
tors to thoughtfully and well guard
'my beloved son from women nnd hon
Islbly, that Is. quietly, giadually,
thrmifrli lin nrrntlp nvtieim, tn lt
him be Informed and know the nrt
fill nnd parasitical naturo of most of
itlio unforttninto sex, and to caro that
ho docs not marry beneath him,"
reads ono paragraph of the will.
With tho Instrument was filed n
pago of Instructions concerning tlio
education of tho boy. Tho father
wishes him prepared to enter high
b hnol nt tho ago of 14 nnd to enter
Harvard nt tho ago of 18, to take
special course which will fit him for
Jithe study of law nt Oxford Univer
sity. He also directs that each year
Iho boy be taken to visit one country
'of Europe from tho time he Is 1 1
"cars old. ' tcr he finishes Oxford
thn father wishes him to enter the
United States Military Academy,
cnmpletn the cnurho nnd servo the
'requited time In the niniy, nfter
which he directs that the boy tnko
up tho practise of law.
iAK "' " ' OUTBREAK;
..00rS IN READINESS
SIMLA. Nltlsh India. July 29.
1" n-" .11 Tlbot, dun to tho con.
tl 1 ,vlty of tho Chinese, has
ii-siiii.id so thienlctilng .1 form thnt
the Engll'li snvmniont hns ordered
.1 mfrtcleut number of Indian troops
to bo lirld In readiness on the Ti
betan frontier, to proceed, If ncces
SJry, to the relief of Gynutso nnd
(iiintong, tho lliltlsh agencies In
' ' . , . .
U""" wwimbim Mimni miiiiiuiuimiiii nmnnma aaaMMMWH ytmtmm fl B
AmamA luuonomt JtaHiKaiaBnMA 1mim H Iiiumib hi ill Hin.....iiiill IjuJL JWanfl
Olaa adranrM 10 C 7". nn thn lin.M;
Lfarhnnnf thh mnrnlnp n blnr). of
five shares being tnkon nt thnt figure.
Tlio Hitielt nlso Moved ralher freely
at 0.C2',.. sl block minllng llifon
hundred anil necnl, lto shares being
taken nt Hint figure.'
W.llalu.i also strengthened mntrrl
nllyn block of (Ho going at U'D.r.n
nnd fifteen hhnrci nt irtii, the last
sale having been nt 120.
Fifty shares of O.1I111 went nt 31 1 214
nnd ten nt 31 on
I'lvo shares of Honolulu llrewlng
nnd .Mailing Company wns lal.en nt
21."r, nnd fifteen nt SI.ST'u.
Mrs. Wnhamnna Main!, n well
known Hawnlltln, who has been fall
ing In health for some time, died yes
terday nt I.unnlllo Home, She wns
about 100 years of nge. nnd wan one
Of the must conspicuous figures In the
Palace, during tho d natty of the late
'Accnvdlng to uged Ilnwnllnns, Mrs,
M,nol was probably tho last of all
tho Hawaiian women, who hail special
knowledge of tho medicinal Nnluc of
certnln Hawnlfap plants.
Tho funeral over tho remains of Iho
deceased will bo held this afternoon.
"i-vi.'mmh.d ok tiii:i:
to in: eom.v 10 it .vtir.i .max
MUNCH:, Hid., July 27. A glnnt
oak treo that had been w-ntched from
n sapling socnty-(lvo years ago to Its
present size will encase tho body of
Cnry Fenwlck, aged 77. Ills sons to
day cut down tho gicut tree that grew
In tho doorjnrd of tho fnmlly home
stead, and they urn fashioning It Into
n coffin. Upholsterers will smooth the
roughness of the Interior, but the out
side and tho lid will bo of tho unfin
ished wood. A special hearso will be
required to convey the cofffn and Its
contents to tho cemetery, where the
coflln will bo burled In 11 grave of
Fenwlck, who wns n prosperous far
mer, had always loved tho giant onk,
and wjion relatives yesterday opened
his will they found therein tho strange
request thut ho b, burled In 11 collln
miidn from tho tiec. .,, l !'1
Tibet, Tho Chlneso government In
Its efforts to icestnbllsh. Its authority
In Tibet sent troops anil officials, Into
the country Tftcso vcio opposed by
tho Dalai Lama nnd tho thcochucy
governing tho countrv. tlio conflict
culminating la tho flight, of tho Da
lai Lama to English territory early
this year. Advices from the Ilrltls'i
protoitomtcs of Si.ua.ul nnd Uhutnn,
which ndjolu Tibet, nt thnt time. In
dicated thnt thn Chlneso occupancy
of Tibet had excited unrest In tlio
protectorates, which, might qaI for
Intorforonce to protect lliltlsh In
Victor of Victors
On Track, Road and Tour
No car tor the price has ever
equalled the Chalmers' Recprd.
Few cars that sell for more have
surpassed the Chalmers' Record.
"Specifications for the beautiful
new 191 1 Models on application
w . -.. i I
i liANIII ,1;
(flnnlimiril from rnr;n 1)
hnp f'.indler work principally for
Link McCaiullcss, who Is going to
rnako tlb crfort nf his llfo'th s time,
It bcllifr realized that not thai Iho
qoon od laud plank which, did so
inucii sonico in the last campaign, '
I1.11 lieen shot to pieces, something
novel Ih needed tn .fnko lis place.
On tho other hand tho lendfrs llguro
that Candler will nlso bo nblo to do
some good work for tho legislative
nnd oven ilo county tickets.
, Hut . ,
Tlio "hut" in local Democratic poll
tlcn, always Indlenlcs tlio financial
question. In this caso It Is tho mo- '
ney for Candler's traveling nnd other
exiionscs. Link Is qnlto willing tn
dig, ns Is hccomlns n man who madu
Mm start In tho well-boring bustnesi,
lllit ho feels thnt tho' other members
df tlio party shrtuld do n ifltle delving,
So tho call lias gone nut tn good
and loyal Democrats nil over tho Isl- '
anils, nsklng what they think of tlio
plan, and Incidentally suggesting that
they rIiow their sympathy In il)'6. form :
of money contributions. Prospective
candidates paitlcularly aro reminded
uftho behont-which they will deilvo
If tho services of.cnndlcr nro secur-'
It Candler comes to llnwall to
tnU- tho 'stump irr McCnudlcss nnd '
nit.-iliist Knhlo, ho will havo to git
back nn n statement and 'opinion'
vol ( ed by himself whllo hero , laM
year with tho'' Congressional' delegn.
(Ion of vlsllois. At ono of the many
litaus given In honor of Iho'ilattonal
legislators, Candler asserted that Kit-hfb-wns
entitled to the united 'sup
port 1A tho people of, HnWnll nt thn
next election. According to tho
statements of those present at tho
lunu, Candler practically urged tho
abolishment of party lines when It
tnilie to the next election nnd thn
selection of n Delegate, tho basis for
tho assertion being what hh consid
ered tlio great work that was being
douo for tho Territory by I'rluco Kit
hln aA tho Delegate to Congress. .,
U. L. McCandiess this morning
practl ally confirmed the report 'of
tho proposltfon to bring Candler to
Hhwitll. In reply to n question ni
to whether Candler would not bo
hiuy with his own fences In tho
fitnto of Mississippi, McCandless mail
ed that Candler could como nfter"
tho primal les this mouth, v for ho
would then be foot-loso nnd fnney
freo to tell the people of Hawaii why
llie should vto the Democratic
McCandless ktntcit further that ho
plan had been . talked of for some
tltno, but did not state definitely that
Candler Vas coming, 'which would'
now appear to bo a foregone coriclti-'
slon. - -
Tho man who p.ija as ho goes sel
dom gets beyond the speed limit,
bon't bo n kicker. A mule can bent
j 011 at tho game
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