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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1010
Promises may get thee friends, but
nonperformance will turn them into
' enemies. Franklin.
liming the opposition ot the
mornliiK paper to his credit, W. C.
Aclil hat it fair chance of being nom
inated for the Senate.
i:. A. 0 I-miB und 1M. Towse aro
two men whom the delegate from
tho l'ourth District will do well to
jdacu on tho tlchot of tho Republi
can party fur the House of Kcprcscn
tut hen. Mr. l.onR should be return
oil In recoRiiltlon of his excellent sor
lio In two scsstous of tho Leglsla
turo. Towso Is n natural candldato
of tho mst end- of the district as a
runnefiucnco of the retirement of Dan
IxiRaii from the Supenlxnr slate and
his refusal to run for the House.
Thin Is the duy for the ncpubll
cun party on the Island of Oahu to
lrou Itn ability In Retting together
for n rtrst-class legislative ticket
with which to supplement the high
grado Territorial and County ticket
already placed In tho field. There
Ik plenty of good material from
which to BeleU. The great danger
Is that In the multiplicity of good
men, weak ones may slip through.
This will not result If the men who
credit themselves with tho bigger
and better brains don't become; so
ixmlthc In their superiority that f hey
will wreck tho whole ticket on tho
rocks of personal projudlco and per
Fonal ambition. Tho peoplo want u
ticket that Is not tho product of tho
lino work of dictators or grafters.
Thuy wont falrmlnded men, prefer:
nbly those with experience who have
ilono work for tho party and given
freely of their time and effort for
tho public good. ,
of Hawaii to make n greater mlstnko
than this would be
The llulletln docs not believe
that the electorate will maku such nn
error. At tho samo time the leaders
who appreciate 'tho great Importance
of Hawaii's continued representation
In Washington by Delegate Kuhlo
cannot fall to appreciate tho evil ef
fects of two years of studied misrep
resentation that has been going on
under local Dcniocrntlc nusplces. Just
how deeply this work has struck In,
Is not known It Is certain however
that the people can afford to take no
Delegate Kuhlo and those associat
ed with him in tho Territorial field
should make a vigorous nnd painstak
ing campaign. Tho Dclcgato should,
go Into the country districts as well
as tho muro populous towns and per
sonally present tho political situation
as It Is, to the people direct.
If this Is done, tho Delegate, backed
by his splendid record of achievement,
will be elected to Congress for tho
fourth time by the largest majority
that has ever been known In this Ter
ritory. Get together and get to work.
Republicans of Hawaii renominate
Delegate Kuhlo as n matter of course
Tho iieoplo will reelect him as u mat
ttr ot course.
Delegate Kuhlo lias represented tho
Territory of llawnll In a successful
manner that would not bo und Is not
posslblo for any other man In these
Islands to duplicate
Ho Is regarded In Washington with
that kindly Interest which goes out
from tho American peoplo to tho Ha'
wallati peoplo as a raco and a former
Independent nation. Ho is respected
us nn ublo representative of a kindly
copto. More than that, ho is hold In
high esteem In tho halls of Congress
and throughout tlio Federal depart-
menu ns n typo of the rising genera
Hon In Hawaii that adapts Itself to
tho changing conditions In tho I'ticlflc
and vigorously steps forwnrd to do
Its shnro In shouldering tho responsi
bilities nnd cures as well us reaping
tho hi'iicut of American citizenship,
Thnt'H where Delegate Kuhlo "gets
Ills pull" In Washington. Call It
"pull" If you will, but do not use the
word In the contemptuous sense that
.Is Humctlmci done. It Is tho "pull" of
cRIclcnry, tho "pull" of a rcpresenta
tlo man, tho "pull" of a gentleman
who knows how fur u Delcgato can
go In "reforming" Congress;the"pull"
of it mall who minds his own business
und Is always on hand when the In
terests of his particular district co
incide with the Interests ot the nation
us it wholo; tho "pull" of it represen
tative who goes before his associates
In CougrnHS with plans for construc
tive development us ugulnst tho whine
and the complaint of u partisan crit
ic; the "pull" ot tho modest, dignified,
nnd kindly nutured Hawaiian-American
who understands conditions and
ilocs his utmost til get tho IichI re
units for Hawaii as an Integral part
of tho Hulled Ktnje and for Hawaii
us it Torrltmy.
Tho only dunger that threatens tlm
Terrllun IimIii) Is llio possibility that
I ho peoplo howl colli" In I una hi I Mil
Hl Kjjilo'ilwuM', us Mi imii'h a
WHiifrTif 4!i!r huh lhy may uA
MM diHilllrUH lHIH'rtmf l'illniHll
ot nut tbmi Ruin imiiiII'Iui Mtflil do
The Interstate Com
merce Commission gives
the total number of
casualties to passen
gers on railways for
tho year ending June
30. 1009, as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During the pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful pco.
pie provide themselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
starting on a trip to
the mainland. The
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.,
sells policies which
protect man and wife
as well as a single person.
Two story 10 room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city arte
sian water. PropJrty
is close to car-line.
Very desirable home, corner
Pcnsacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you .out to see
The price ii right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
im ifl (twinirallwibM '
""&" ii hktoil Ijjljlt H'Wllfjl?'"'1' Af "
; .Republicans have a platform that
faces qvcry Issue, .honestly, fearlessly,
nnd, where problems ure Involved,
points it definite way out
Tho main thought of tho document
Is that tbo Republican party Is not
afraid jot Anything t Jias rtlpnc. und.lt
m -thcrmnio of now' problems that
have to be met from day to day, there
have becfl errors,. tho party will mako
the nccessarr; corrections, which It Is
bctteiMiblc thairlts opponents to do.
This Is; particularly true of the Im
migration question, that has been sel-
cctedTby- the" -.Democratic .boss M tho
Issuo of his eutnpalgn. Immigration
Is a necessity of tho furthor develop
ment ot these Islands. There Isn't
any doubt of that. Tho Republican
party will not dlsgruco Its record with
ovnsion or a promise ot retrogression,
That is left to tho opposition, led, cod
dled arid driven by the boss who Is
looking for personal honors at tho
expense of tho prosperity of the peo
plo, Tho educational plank presents tho
first promlBo of a dctlnito solution ot
the ways and means to permanently
provide sufficient money for educa
tional purposes that has ever been
put beforo tho iieoplo.
The plank on wharves nnd landings
pledges tho paVty to savo tho water
front of the principal porU to tho
people, by constructing wharves with
loan funds. When prlvuto individuals
can borrow money at six per cent to
build private wharves, nnd mako good
Ion thq Investment, tho Territory cun
certainly arrord to build Its own
whuncs with money borrowed at four
per cent, nnd ut tho samo time protect
the people from tho gouging rates of
The liquor question Is tuken nut of
politics. The Republican party Is
pledged to protect the llcenso Inw
now on tho statute books,
Amendments of the election luws
and tho declaration for a direct prim
ary law are suggested with a view to
protecting the voter from loss of
franchise by technicality, und secur
ing a fair expression of tho wishes ot
tho people in tho nomination ot can
didates for olllce.
Conservation Is to bo continued for
Uie preservation of the natural re
sources of the Territory.
1'roinotlnn Is supported. The duty
of the people toward tho Queen la
Congressional t lulls m lo ha con
tinued. The ultimate aim of stale
hood Is repeated us it reminder nf Ihu
tint that Hi" llepiihllniiis stand us u
mill against any movement In side.
iriuk Hawaii Into any uahnmnn of
HiiviMiiiui'iiiiil impirlimhiiiil!iii In
lil'li III" "piwii'Mnliiiu' unit fall
Friends at Sea Appreciate a
.Office Open Sunday Mornings from
, . Eight until Ten
Is Your Time
Does your watch keep
good time! If it does not, it
is in need of expert services.
If your watch is not run
ning right, bring it to us for
examination. We will give
you an honest report on its
condition, and if it needs re
pairing we will give it care
ful and competent attention.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
empire ns a friendly nnd appreciative
Under such conditions It is Useless
to attempt to convince Americans Hint
tho policy of diplomatic friendship
and that our most exceptional nets of
International kindness have been nn
Our domestic conditions, that mako
n largo Influx of Chlncso laborers un
desirable, nro quite apart from tho
attitude ot our Government, In stand
ing firmly by China In tho preserva
tion of Its nntlonal Integrity, nnd
demonstrating the honesty of our mo
tives by Buch Incidents as tho Indem
nity matter for which wo wcro so gen
Hero In this city where tho first
words of tho American wclcomo aro
extended to tho Chlncso prince, wo
have proved Hint a kindly attitude to
ward tho Chinese is ntwnys recipro
cated, with a certainty Indeed that Is
seldom equaled by any nationality on
earth. We havo proved hero In Ha
waii that tho Chinese Is excellent ma
terial for American citizenship when
given a fnlr opportunity to mako good
on an equality with the peoplo ofi
other races and nations.
pledges Itself to keep up this work It
has so woll begun.
Finally, tho party reminds tho peo
plo that n doscrtlon of tho I'epubll
enn policy of tariff protection would
be ruinous for Hawaii.
Tli'd, record of uchlecmcnt Is jnng
nlflcetlt. The assurance of better
things In the future Is certain.
Tho Republican party by Us plat
form proves its right to tho claim of
being tho party of progress. That Is
what tho peoplo want.
OUR CHINESE GUEST.
I'rlnco Suun of tho Chlncso Imper
ial household, following In tho wuka
ot other Chlncso dignitaries und n
largo delegation of Chlneso students
bound for tho leading Amcrlcun col
leges, constitutes n very significant
sign of tho times in our relations with
tho Chlncso empire.
Amcricnns have been taught that
their method of treating the Chlneso
govornmont am If it woro civilized, re
mitting the Uoxor Indemnity fund and
showing other evidences of kindliness
and good will, Is accepted by the Or
iental as an expression of weitkncss
Wo have been told thut the only way
for tho Caucasstitn to reach tho heart
of tho Chlncso Is to bat him over the
head and force lilm to bo obodlont nnd
courteous. That Is tho way Kuropo
has done It, and wo havo been In
formed that tho Americans don't
know how. .
But tbeso roynl world tours ot
Chlncso authorities with America tho
first and in koiiio Instances tho only
country visited, und tho education of
an Increasing numbor ot Chlncso
youth In Amorlcnn bcIiooIb, nil go to
provo that dcsplto tho many Injus
tices and difficult problems of tho
Chlneso exclusion law America pos
sesses tho good will of tho Chlncsq
nation and may look upon that great
MAINE AND PROHIBITION.
If anyone wants to know what tho
citizens of tho Stato of Maine think
of tho Prohibition Inw, they should
read tho result of yesterday's elec
tion In which tho Dcmocrnts swept
tho Stnto for tho llrst tlmo In sixty
yenrs or more.
Tho Democrats Btood for re-submls-slqn
of tho miserable Prohibition
farce to n direct vote of tho people.
Tho Republicans backed the miser
able farco without equivocation us It
stands on the Btntuto books.
Tho result Is that the young men
of Maine turned tho wholo political
situation topsy turvy. They hnvo
changed a Republican plurality of six
thousand to a Democratic plurality of
nine thousand. A Democrat will oc
cupy tbo scat to be vacated by Sena
tor Hale, und two Congressmen are
lost to tho Republicans.
The election this year does not mean
that Maine has gone Into the Demo
cratic column to stay. It does mean,
how over, that tho rising generation ot
tho Stnto rehires to be ruled by hypo
crisy und cant, oven If In throwing off
that rulo they have to h'tttcr und
maul nuch an nnclenljyid honorable
Institution us tho Republican party of
tho Stnto ot Maine.
During this month only we offer the following choice
.Kaimuki residences for purchase, upon terms within the
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 are
NO, 1 Three-bedroom house on car line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and painted throughout.
Lot 100x225, covered with .shade and fruit
trees, Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New two.bedroom bungalow. Magniflqent view
of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re
served as a park), Either one or .two lots, ai
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three.bedroom furnished bungalow on the Kaimuki car
line, Ono of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
(Continued from Page 1)
who Is expected to return to the Tcrrl
tory In tho near future.
Kd. Towso is making a determined
fight to land a nomination for tho
Houso although ho Is being opposod
by Douthltt of his own precinct.
Towso has strong backing for tho
plnco and there Is good reason to bo
llovo that ho will bo able In muster
winning support at (ho convention
Candidates for Lcglilajhc nomina
tions Mho will he idled on to
night fur the .Somite mid House: '
SKXATE-A. V. Judd, Clarence
Criihhe, J, C. Cohen, Cecil Hrorrn,
Charles Clillllngnorlii, John Hughes
und Charles Achl.
HOUMK-John K. Kamanmilii, Rob.
ert II. linker, A. i. Miirnillliio.
lVllllani Williamson, (leorge Maku-Ii-iiii,
.Norman WatUns, Mllkiilanl, A.
St. C. rilauulii, Illruni Koloniok.il, C.
11. Jlruun, JU. S. Deponle, K. A. C.
Long, i:d Tinvue, J. II. 8. Knleii. ."tli
district A. I Custle, Kdniird r'er-
niinufz, Onirics hanekim, N. r. tor-
rea, William Isaac, William Kane, ,.
S. Kalclopu, II. J. Kuril, Kll Crawford,
Hue! hlnner, H. h. Miilioe, Frank
Archer, N. K. Kuiiiakala, Ilaild Kama
una John hula nn.
Tho Democrats profess to bo highly
pleased with the terms of tho Repub
lican platform for campaign material
but they aro finding hnrd work to
mnko light of tho serious split thut
has appeared In tho Democratic ranks
ns a result of tho Immigration prob
lem. McCandlesB has announced him
self ns an out-nii-out radical, opposed
to tho Republican Immigration policy
iib carried out tho past two yoant,
whllo many members of tlio party aro
afraid of tho Issuo presented nnd
think thut I radtcul stand will lose
them tlio advantages to bo surely
gained by an nttltudo of mnderato op
position, Tho deflection of Col. McCarthy on
tho Immigration Issue has been a sari
mis blow lo Iho party nnd tlio Domn-
nuts uro busy slnting that Iho real
iouhoii for McCarthy's wllhdruwiil Is
Iho doslro of his wife to have him
glto up Iho ii.iino of politics ,
iHmiiH little uelUltlos hid sel fur
Thiiisdii) beulnnliiK with llio Tun I
imliil riiiitentlim ut in o'clock In Ihu
iiiuiniiiH und fiilluii hy u CuiiiiO
ami lUHiiit raueiu In ih mi'iilUK
lli. lii'mueiHlle iNumiy Hiv'lillon
twii i.pvn m 1'iiilu) ami i piiahum in
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1st., Because we provide them
the neatest, nicest looking.
easiest, longest wearing
shoes to be had.
2nd. Because we give the yery
best treatment and most
THE Parents appreciate these
facts also, arjd say "pur ,,..-.
prices save them rrioney." !
Shoes of firm vica kid
Bluchcr Lace, and Button
Styles, slightly extended
soles, stylish, comfortable,
toe shapes, our guarantee
with every pair:--sizes
11 Vz to 2 - - $2.50
Same style for big girls
wearing ladies' sizes, -
FOR LITTLE MEN
Shoes or Oxfords in Gun
Metal, Patents ,and Tan
Russia Calf: Bluchcr Cut,
Welted Soles of best qual-
ity oak leather. New Man-
nish Toe Shoes, neat
enough for dress but built
especially for h'ard Wear,
sizes 9 to 1312 - $2.50
' Same as above for big
boys, sizes 1 to 5i2$3.00 '-t;
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
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the o lives for making
Only sound, perfect fruit is used. It is absolutely pure
with exquisite flavor.
YOUR GROCER HAS IT
FOR A FIRST.OLASS IIAIR BRUSH THAT NEVER
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TIME TO BUY FOR SCHOOL. ,
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