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Entered it the Pontofficc lit Honolulu
u sccoml-cUti nutter,
..AUGUST 10. 1010
flnvnrtt 4lin lino
pAs thev were nalnce doors, the kine
If Tranquil nnd fa.r nnd courteous be
h nil the words which from that
. presence win. Arnold.
EL Honolulu's tourist koafoti is nil
t,in jfiir round.
I (lovornor Kroar ovidently has n Ilk-
flng for wind Instruments In public
Our i)lil) e -President has ns-
'fjiumod nn nttltudo (lint will mioii
Bjustlfy ills boliiti calfod Undo The-
V Jim Jeffries 111111I6 n 1'sychlc rnllure
bo the oxV'tn sny. Thanks for fur-
Enlshiiig ti.lipw Interprolntlon of n hlur
Hnwninmust K on record ns ile-
cjdedly fnVorlng'tUo parly supporting
ttiiii tariff us It dld'Ycceiitly on another
Every Important matter.
Kvoryono Is waiting for Secrctnrj
RWood to make his Intor-lsltind trip
Tvlth tho flying machine ho wrote
inbuilt when ut Atlantic City
As between Mnul nnd Kauai,- Onlm
ran sit on the fence and yell with
gusto "Co It Mnnl, bo It Knunl, nnd
hero's In the loner as well as the
r winner." 7 . k -i -
X " li. .
Bi Let tiio nrlco of sugar bo up STow.
I more nqicnes nun pcrnaps me ugai
NetoJk m'nrket will die an unnatural
P death from the cussednesn of eon
Honey failed when going bofojo
Kite people, but tho election of rJIrQn.
Johnson, as Governor of nllfarnla
'will bo n Brent vinuicniton iojuji
jflibncsty In Boernment for which
fllehey bnttled manfully.
' Itoosovelt begins to think that he
may bo 'called" for tho campaign of
1A... Il'll I. a I.4..1 lint, A.. IIPl.lP till
iltfu. UII liw imw uvuv. ,. t.
the people spenK or no may miner a
$ severe disappointment. k
tratlon has probably succeeded In
tying up the whole business for flo
or six ears.
Congressman I.ongwortli seemR to
hne taken special dellBht in acting
as tho mouthpiece of President
Tact's repudiation of Speaker Can
nnn. This enthusiasm HtigBCsts that
l-ongworth has some lences of bis
own that need patching.
Uncle .loo Cannon bit It right when
he said ho was being mailo tho gnat
In the Congressional struggle. The
direct primaries lime wiped out near
ly nil (bote whom he made the re
clplcuts of his marked favor, and
Undo Joe stands alone hutting his
head ngnlnst the stone wall of public
Don't bo fooled by nny fnlso Issues.
I In wnll's prosperity Is linked abso
lutely to the protective tariff system,
and theTolcctloii of n Democrat ns Del
egate to Consress will be accepted
throughout the mainland as showing
Hawaii's readiness to kick out Us
own underpinnings, ami throw tho
whole Territory Into tho lilt of disaster.
When Martin tho tailor becomes-' n
Supervisor, tho talking mntches will
Sbo Interminable, and tho public will
Qllf.in.i. l.fvii. If ...irrtit tn tin flnnn tn RAV.
Lentoon Slfferent ways.
BiJ 'The innn who fcays Hint Hawaii's
Br.V . . . . . .,. .i
p.'i)llia IS' 100 boou ior r.mwuy n
Epeaks'itbo truth If It do possimo
to' socuro moro money for ohla wood
manufactured for other purposes.
R. , ;
nnsslsm nnd tricky WnlpulMlon In
flpolltlcsiro not Ranted In tho UepulA
L-'lllllu JHIII. lum .0 o.....v... v"w..
BTwliv Ixiirln Andrews should bo eliin-
Erl... 1 ,...... Ilin nn.tir mflMniriiniAnt
llllllVU IIU1H IIIU I'U.lJ uiiitmMiv....
! Iiri'mlsrutlon h ono of (bo vltni
Mn6ods of this Territory despite, the
Jfuct that Cohenovltch apparently ox-
Ppects to rlilo to Senatorial uctory by
lnrou8lng tlfo people ngnlnst bucIi leg-
ft . - .- i- . i
f:' Wlmt do tho political parties Intend
nt"6 do with tho problem of tnxatlon.
?block pays taxes on JC0.060 valna
Tftlon. nnd shortly nfter nn offer of pur-
Lcf'aso Is mado for the samo property
wiit $ 1:0,000.
rh . -
Ilosldonts of Pollcgo llllla read wlU
nleasuro the stntement that tho ruu
'nnu dam cost OS.GMSC Thoy call
at least find Joy In tho factythat Ue
mud with which they-ara served by
,itho rubllo Works Department In lieu
of iwntcr, has cosUsomeono dear.
. nivnrco tho l'ubllc Works Depart'
Lment from tho Territorial control
i' ..nnrti linn henn ilncnrntcd this
Efyear with nn nttempt to ralso water
,vratt8 for Irrigation of lawns, and also
la wharf Hc6nso framed up In remarlt-
' THE DEPARTMENT DIVORCE.
Although tho flovernor declares
huMio 1 lij not In favor of lie depart
tnSJnjnl ,il(vojrcn. proposed for thn con-
sdirdaled- l'ubllc Works-lJinds-nnd-
Whatnot Department, thcro Is very
little doubt of tho sentiment of tho
1 coplo 111 thin connection.
The first dlvorco that should be
celebrated is the elimination of t.
cry. largo .share of tho Territory's
r5iil!3llly avor public 'works nnd
tlit trnpiifcr;olSihnt?BUth6rlty to tho
C5y SnttlConntr That Is what Is
infely' torbo Tlo'no'by Iho coming Leg
Tlvc adi.ilnlstratlon of the public
works 'o'lflco may hnvo been satisfac
tory to tho Governor but It has not
been ytClr as to Inspire grent ion-
tlUenco;or.tno part of tho people who
wcro inkedrto Sccept an ndanccd
wator ratn tiixfor a sorvlco highly
charged with mud, nor by thow who
object to privileges or a harbor water
front being practically turned ovct
to a corporation for wbat amounts to
When fully analyzed tho Federal
IT..tiin Un cttitntlnn tmllentes tliat
fin nn.nniinnpn ut thn retnnrunhln
n III LUII.ViJXLU.u ... .. . ... . . .-
Isfcrccy with which tho valuations"
wero secured, tuo Territorial auminis
AN INSURGENT PLATFORM.
Insurgent Republicanism Is under
stood In u vaguo way to mean
a revolt against conditions of ma
chine rulo In public life for tho bono
fft of partlci'ilar Intercuts, mostly cor
porate Interests behind, which bldo
persons explolfliig the government
lor their Individual profit.
Yet tho Insurgent platform Is usu
ally different In eucb Stato and Dis
trict. It is apparently necessary for
tliu I'rogrcsslxes of each common
wealth to meet tho forces of Greed
In various form, and asldo from tho
fact that nil nro attacking the chn-
meleonlc enemy Of tho Common Good,
there has not yet coma out of (he po
litical revolution what has bcon ac
cepted ns n typical Insurgent plat
form. Ono of tho keynoto utterances how
ever Is tho declaration Issued by Wil
liam Kent of California in his enm
pnlgn for tho Republican nomination
for Congress. Whether It Is typical
or not, It Is worth while, repeating
and work subscribing to' and Is pub
''Certain 6f my fellow citizens havo
continuously urged that 1 go before
tho Republican prlmarlos us a candi
date for Congress from the Second
California District. 1'erluips they feel
that tho views I hold concerning na
tional affairs aro the Views they wish
to express through their representa
tive at Washington, I have consent
ed, and bera stato soino of tho opin
ions which will go toward tho making
of my platform.
"I do not believe that present arti
ficial conditions permit a fair sharing
of oUr country's opportunities 1 bo
ljovo that tho UooscveU-Hnchot jul-
From1 Sugar, Blorlca IsRreater
thnii run be" secured from other.
Investments, with tho ftntm de
gree of safely.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Member of Honolulu Stock &
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office nnd
we will take you out to see
I The price is right nnd
terms can 'he arranged.
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
The Right Way
to communicate with
the other islands is by
When Buying A
One that meets every demand
for perfect' service; one that
combines1 perfection in the
works, stylo and character in
(ho case to satisfy nnd please
individual taste and reouirc
nicjils. Our Watches we rccommenS
The 1911 Chalmers
A Triumph in Initiative
Rather than Imitation
' In length of wheel base,
type of motor, suspension
and pa'ce, the Chalmers
1011 remains the same. In
point of refinement, finish
nnd luxury it is advanced
thus giving more than
ever befoie, for the same
price. Proved by every test,
practical and theoietical,
the Chalmers Car today re
mains the WORTHIEST
car built ih America, for a
In the manufacture of
automobiles, BRAIN POW
ER counts for more than
HORSE POWER. Designed
by one of the greatest of
automobilo engineers, the
1011 Chalmers, detail for
detail, is the result of far-'
yslghtcil initiative, and ex
ecutive nbilijty to the ex
tent that the Chalmers
HAS NEVER COPIED com
petitors', while THEY
HAVE ALL COPIED THE
While the Chalmers con
struction, size and price re
main the same, others have
not only had to copy the
size, details nnd construc
tion of the Chalmers as
nearly as possible without
infringing, but have also
had to increase the price
nnd yet give less than Jhe
Our allotment is decreas
ing nnd our orders arc increasing,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Icics of conservation of our national I
resources ngulnst wasto and greed nro
tho most necessary, Insistent nnd Im-
mediate policies for our nation to en-1
forco by legislation nnd ndmlnlstra-1
tlvo action. All our experience would
prcyo that thu law is not rigid but
flexible, un'd that tho Interpretation of
tho law depends upon tho animus of
tho interpreter. As the obvious Intent
of nnd only cxcubo for tho law Is to
'promote the geueral wolfare,' I can
not indorse tho policy of stretching
It to promote prlvnto Interests against
tho gcnoral welfare. Laws Bhould be
passed concerning the public domain
that cannot bo misconstrued by agents
of greedy persons or corporations,
whether these ngents be In or out of
"It would soem obvious that Con
gress, ns n self-respecting body,
should provide its own' rules nnd
methods of procedure, and should be
frco from domination by tho Speaker.
Whon that domination is exercised
Price $1500 f.o.b. Detroit
t0urin0 "car and roadster
(semi-t0rped0 pony t0nneau, $lg00;,coupe, $2400
We will have all our allotment fully equipped at fac
Top (Chalmers), special glass front, magneto new de
sign lamps, Prest-o-Llte tank, horn, Warner auto meter,
robe and foot rails, tire holders, baggage carriers, tools
and pump. ' '
(Licensed under Seldbn Patent)
ngalnsrtho' public Interest IC becbhios
doubly Intolerably, If elected, I shall
not olo Tor Joseph Cannon fin
KtiAnl.ni nr fnr nnv man w ltn Itnlds bis
"" - t - I
views of parliamentary organization
or national policy.
"The Aldrlch-l'aync tariff law Is. In
my opinion, 11 violntton of 'sound eco
nomics nnd tho Republican platform
The burden Is distributed In such h
way ns to Increnso tho gap between
wealth nnd need. No thrift bill should
emanate, from the' counsels of Its ben
eficiaries, but should bo the product
of a board of disinterested experts
granted fullest powers nnd facilities.
'"Log rolling' Is tho most Insidious
form of corruption. If. elected, I
Bhould consider that 1 held a com
mission from my district to do my
best for tho wholo nation. What Just
nnd proper special servlco could bo
rendered tho district, with this pro
viso, I bhould bo diligent In seeking
to perform, Thli Is not a district that
would ask Its representative to bo-
Dealers in Motor Cars
More power 13 delivered tn the
rear wheela than any other
cars of ta ai.-e proved by win
ning the qilddi-n.fnyr anil many
rrfeeu with ntririfyUnclc cars
Thh.Kn llMr rode nf'oylfnd
r crtsllhK nilfcptoil by tho Chat
.ners with gaRolino manifold In
lerBrnl remains Iho name
Willi envied xurrr-gq.
The motor" principal un
wiinnBed hut tho nlvo springs
.ire now clicnsod and noiseless,
All the motor inanufnrlnred, not
nssembled, In Chalmers fnetnry.
Chalmers comfort has nlwnys
been known luxury Is nil that
could be (Killed whee bao tho
3a(fn 1ir In'cheq, frnmn 2,i
Indies lohgor than 1110 model.
Thn famous Chalmers drop
'framo Is simply Improved wlillo
.ithors nro ndoptlng ltfor tho
Tho brakes always good nro
TI10 ft.11110 blBh-iirlceil. high
grade doublo Ignition system
with llosch Magneto and llelnz
coll nlwnys on tho Chalmers, but
flora protected nnd simplified.
t NoJIco how others nro follow
up our example of two years
Chalmers constant level splash
system designed in Chulmers
factory lisit copied ,by others
shown nn;tli" dash by the Hull's
. Throo speeds forward 11111I -ono
reverse selective type, sliding
tear. Net' style foot nccclcr
Direct shaft wllh two unl
rersal Joints running In oil.
.llx ! In.
r Now straight line body deeper
ents, liner finish wood trlm
.nlngs of black walnut all
handles, mouldings, etc., shape
ly and massive.
Rlchcllleu Blue gray , gear
4nd wheels or cream gear nnd
Solid clear running boards
with concealed supports, Inrger
Uattery boxes taken from run
ning boards nnd placed beneath
, loniieau floonknway from tum-
poring and Injury
Iirge size pump mid tool box,
During this month only we offer the following choice
Kaimuki residences for purchase, upon terms .within tho
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home, Small cash
payment, and balance in monthly instalments, Call and get
particulars of these two special bargains before they nre
NO. 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with shade nnd fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New twebedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans; cdjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
' served as a park). Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-bedroom furnished bungalow on the Kaimuki car
line. One of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
i Fort od Merchant Streets . , iw .s.
ay tho Ion for a chance at the
1 ;m'i .lions are granted corjior-
iilc ...i.egci (li'ut Hie) inn) seno the
general vu'lfiirc. Willi Inrriiislni;
porter the) require more nnd more
control. It Is monstrous lo suppose
that, escaping moral responsibility,
they should partake of (ho ircomnn's
political rights. If (o run the gin-
frnment, or (0 alfenipt lo run It, Is a
part of their 'business,' It Is (lino (hat
Mich 'business' should bo disturbed.
"It Is beyond question that tho
strength of the Republican parly
grow out of tho Ideals of human ser
vice held by tho founders and by
Abraham Lincoln. Such portion of
tho party as has entered Into tho ser
vlco of special privilege, is falso to tho
party's traditions and has no right to
assumo tho name.
"If my Ideas scorn Independent or
radical and If, by chance, I may bo
listed as a prospective 'Insurgent' I
shnll nccept tho epithet us n-hlgU com
pliment nnd shall hope that It may
bo my privilege to bear some llttlo
aid to thbso who, wlillo toning the
nation, nro Incidentally tending to
dignify nnd saVo the Republican
REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION AND
ITS ASSISTANT' SECRETABY.
Officers of tho Republican organiza
tion havo asked that complaints or
charges against Its assistant secretary
bo placed beforo tho executlvo com
mittee this evening.
Tho nlmobt amusing Eituntlon Is
presented of tho ofllccrs of thu or in-
Izatlon "Investigating"' tho man who
has been paid for organization work,
when as 11 manor or wet inoso.omcoj-ji
mint hnvo knowledge of the Assli'mf;
Secretary's doings that havo beep n
nuhject of public ciltlclem nnd polit
ical scandal for several .weeks.
What tho committee, has to decide
Is whethor Lorrln Andrews has dono
tho work for which ho was employed.
Tho community will of courso be
Interested to know if tho committee it
lesponslblo for efforts nt "organiza
tion" that have resulted In the most
sorlous dissension tho jiarty has
known In recent years, nlso If Repub
'ltenn nrnctnet clubs arc to be organ
ized after tho manner exemplified by
Assistant Secretary Andrews In the
precinct wbero ho happens to be a
tt tlieso Incidents and Andrews' np-
paicnt tendlncss to turn over tho
hen Ice of tho Republican organiza
tion to anyone who would put up the
funds ho nsked for, represent the Re.
publican party, tho sooner the voters
know it the better.
Andrews' record has been. such that
ho cannot ho retained without the
pnrty organization standing, sponsor
lor tho dissension he lum raised, the
factionalism ho has fostered, nnd tho
evil political system ho Is attempting
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hnrmony with n hntchet If tho pres
ent program Is carried Into effect"
wiis tho comment coming-from 0110 of
tho true nnd tried followers of Jcffer
Konlnn belief this morning,
Tho full ticket ns en'dotged by tho
Ilntn bons of tho Sixth Precinct of Ibn
I'omth Dlstilct last night is ns fol
lows; Dclogato to Congress I,. I.. Mc
Candless. Mayor.!. J. Kern.
It. II.- Trent Treasurer.
Sheriff Vm. 1. .Inrrott,
Deputy Sheriff Charlos Ross.
Senator Chas. J. McCarthy, II. T.
Mporo, n. M, Wnlsoii.
Supervisor W. II. McClellnn, Henry
O. Morse, M. n. Sllvn, Joel Klnknhl,
Albert Kauwc, 8r., Robert I'nbau, Ijs
Roprcsentatlvo V. C. nenovedco, CI.
K. Ivnno, O. li. Kcawehaku.
County Clork Charles 'linker.
County Auditor John C. Anderson.
County Attorney Judge foldings.
Ocorgo IC. I.owo has decided that he
Wants 19 0 tbo dlctnor of thu. Demo
cratic Kxecullvo Committee of tho
I.owo Is particularly antagonistic to
nirenbure, prlvnto sccrotary of Mnyor
Kern and member of tho County IJxe
According to a Democrat, 'it-"la said
that soino tlmo ago Loyr submitted a
list, containing tho names of prospec
tive nominees for County offices at a
meeting of the Ninth Precinct. Ho
fnllcd, howover, tu carry his slnto
I.ono claims that Rlvcnburg should
bo removed from offlco. Ho did not
stato, however, what particular ofllco
lio had In mind.
DO OWN WASHING
Nieces of Sweden's Klriq Taught All
Sorta of Hou'r:vVark"'anarWfll Pick
Out Their Own Husbands.
STOCKHOLM, Sttiwon, July 25.
Tho Dnko of Wcstgotlnnd, a younger
biotber of the king of Sweden, lind
his wlfo, who was Princess Ingcborg,
eldest daughter of tbo king of Den
mark, nro believers In tbo Blmplo life.
Their two children Princess Margar
et, 11 years old, and Princes! Mnrthn,
9, nio taught to do every kind of
housework. They oven hnvo to "wash
their own clothes" In a plcblnn wash
tub, Tho tubs they wash their em
blazoned handkerchiefs In must bo
scrubbed out and turned up In tho
sun to dry' by tho princesses' own fair
bands, nnd tho holes in their roynl
stockings they must darn themselves.
Thoy havo to make their own beds of
a morning, shake nut tho rugs, rlnso
out tho hand basins, put tho sponges
out In tho air to sweeten, after which
they havo time, lo sit down and mnko
theniscltcs llttlo houso Jackets to do
tho rest of their housekeeping tcssotuV
Princess Margaret Is not particular
ly handsome, though sha doubtlcsu
will bo the bride of snmo hnpdsomo
cavalier. Her sister Martha Is a sweet,
thin-fuced child with u "soul's awak
ening" look In her eyes, nn'd sbo gotn
most of tho sympathy,
Smnrt )oung olllccrs think hcnllttlo
bauds should not bo allowed to get
rough with soap nnd wntcr In tho
wnbhtuh, nnd there have been several
morn or less prlvalu protests. Hut
Iho pai cuts havo nlwnys answered:
"My dear young man, w'ben Mar
tha Is old enough to stop washing
for fear of spoiling hor hands she will
bo Just old enough to bo proud sbo
knows how. Her husband she Bliall
choose herself, as will her sister, nnd
wo hellovo sho will choose ono that
likes, n woman wjio knows liow to, do
ovciythlug In tbo house. Then plio
will havo u trouble u getting things
prdpei ly dorio for lcr."
Police of Newark, O., urrested t,wo
moro men, who, thoy say, wero Impli
cated J 11 tho lynching of Carl Ethrtng.
ton, tbo "dry" detective, Their names
. t o
At their state convention Wlscon.
Bin democrats named a slnio for tho
fall primaries. Adnlph J. Sohmltz, of
Milwaukee was chobon ns candldatu
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