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V AnrirAW RnY.
, RQbcrt W. Shingle
v CITY CLERK
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. D wight, i,
"V Frank Kruger,
then P. Low,
Harry E. Murray.
r' James C. Quinn.
'. DEPUTY SHERIFFS
' Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
, Ewa -John Fernandez.
i Koolauloa L K. Naonc.
"Tnere it no gTace in a benefit that
ticka to the fingers. Seenca.
'. -9q,,to tlio rally tonight You can't
get too much Republican enthusiasm
In yoiTr soul.
M"'l i ,
Straight Republicanism and tho
straight ticket I Hawaii's only way
- tb political salvation this year.
Dun't let tho P-nss fool jou Into
I Tottnfor a rulo that will allow him
p to-lieli) himself to tho lands of Ha-
1 1. I SSflM I . W
m &irM(.- " .
, I jot weather-putting Hawaii's Bugar
stock 9n tho toboggan slide ngaln
pjroyea tho rule of contrariness in the
local market t
Senator LorlnicrV anxiety to he In
vestigated In a hurry reminds one of
the way's pup iug at the lasso of
v ., , 1
Boag'McCandlesi never confines his
talk' to things with which ho Is ac
quainted. What does he .know about
churches and the gospel of the broth
erhood of man?
' ' i -x i
.Senator Makekau refuses to join
the' McCandless campaign of misrep
resentation. He lives In Hawaii Coun
ty aud hopes to retain the confldemu
and respect of his fellow citizens,
JtJJvery two years Congressman
"SiifSP?'0- " irtllctj that-tha I)em
Yocrtttiwwill sweep the country two
ftr Sli Montm .no
Tn VK, inmheit I U.S. ,. ,, l.txi
Pet Vt aorwhert CiuU,. I. Ho
PcrVtif lpM, Isttiia 3. on
littered t Ibf Potoftc ti Ilonoiilv
m tccond-cltst m titer,
.SEPTEMBER 24, 1910
years hence No ono Is unkind
enough to refuse Champ the pleasures
Doss McCandlcss says he will help
the poor Hawallun. The poor Ha
waiian knows that this means that
Doss McCnndlcss will help hluiKcIf to
nil tho lands thu Hnwnllans lcno
within his grasp.
The same people who defeated Iji
Kollctto have now mndo the Illinois
Republicans express the sentiment of
Ohio. It Is no wonder they gho
Champ Clark's Democratic predic
tions free publicity at the top of
Doss MiCnndlcss tells Hnwnllnn
Americans to call on him. Should ho
fool them Into .wasting Ihelr otcs on
him, ho will say ho Is glad to seo
them but they must call again as ha
Is busy with his own personal nmbl-
If. McCaniUcM Is selling his sugar
utocbr ' that's -no reason, why jou
should be frightened Into suffering
from the slump. If others sell, tho
Democratic Hos can later buy In
enough stock to make campaign ex
penses on the recovery that will Im
r.nosnlcQanulrsH'.icomplalns In Jlllo
that tlio"na8ty"ltepuiillcans have been
causing the trouble In his organiza
tion. The IJoss must bp'gcttlng. ter
ribly 'lowsome wITiin Iio'7ihr to go In
fo he' nepubllf'anjwirtir for n bull
whip with which to score his tin
L.'bf' course Ko Dcraocratle Iloss old
ouV hliCsugai. stocks' jvh'en be know
that he was about to make an attack
on the strongest supports of 11a-wnll'-si
prosperity- Anl ' It nt truo
that 11)0, Doss Invested his sugar
stock money In the enterprises of
California, n Republican Slnte.
TCtt'And 1 llko my party. 1 nm a
Tlepuhllcun, nnd that with abso
lutely no Its, nnds or butsv I
hnve no excuses for my party. It
has ilono more for tho upbuilding
of humunlty than nny other polit
ical party that has ccr existed. I
believe In the principles of my
party as they exist, today. There
Is not a Inw on the statute books
Of tho nation for the benefit of tho
ordinary man which has not been
put there by a Ilcpubllcan Con
gress, signed by a Ilcpubllcan
President, administered by Re
publican officials and Intorpretcd
by Republican Judges."
This declaration by a mainland
Republican Is mighty good political
doctrine. The same spirit of progress
that has mado Republicanism honored
nnd respected on tho mainland, pre
vails In this Territory. Republican
ism hero epitomizes a continu
ous record of splendid achievement
for the benefit of all the people of
HOW H'CANDLESS HELPS.
Dons McCandlcss tells the unsus
pecting country district .vptcrs thut
it they can't get all tho public land
they want, they hae only to apply
to him and he wilt help them. (
That is what jio told some of 'the
citizens in the vicinity of Knpaa,
Kauai, two years ago. His promises
of assistance were voluminous nnd
extraiagant He promised all that ho
has promised the voters of Tcpoekco,
and more, ilo told them that all thoy
bad to do, It everything did not go
right, was to call on him. He would
help them. lie would protect them
from any Interference they might
meet from the Territorial govern
ment, .And what did bis promises amount
When tho Knpaa lots were opened
for bids, where was the Democratic
boss who hnd promised to do nil
things that the poor homesteader
Why was he out of sight und keep-
The Intentate Com
merce Commission gives
tho total number of
casualties to pnssen
Ren on railways for
the year ending June
30, 1909, as follows:
Killed, 253; injured,
10,311. During the pre
ceding year the record
was: Killed, 381; in
Many thoughtful neo.
pie provide themselves
with accident insur
ance policies before
startipg on a trip to
the mainland. The
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.,
sells policies which
protect man and wife
as well as a single person.
Very desirable home, corner
Fensacola nnd Kinnn 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.
Bishop TrustCo., Ltd. '
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
Ing so quiet t'uit ono might supposo
ho was protecting his Inst dollar Inim
a horde of burglars.
Did ho get out on tho street cor
ners and tell tho Kupa.i homestead
ers to call on him; ho would he)p?
Not much! They had to shift or
themselves. They found lliat . tho
promises of the Iloss nero as hollow
as an empty1 calabash.
All the real help that tho Doss bus
for the voters Is what Kiistcnnnco they
may get from his sounding brass talks
during an election campaign.
BOSS H'CANDLESS' SPEECHES.
Read tho report In this Issuo of tho
speeches Iloss McCandlcss Is making
to tho uninformed Hawaiian-Americans
In tho country -.'districts and
doubt It jou can tho necessity for
overwhelming Democratic defoat In
tho coining election,
When tho Democratic Iloss gets In
During this month only wc offer the following choice
Knimuki residences for purchase, npon 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 spcSial bargains before they are
HO, ,1 Three-bedroom house on enr line. Spacious la
nais. Npwly papered and painted throughout.
1 ' Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters.
NO, 2 New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
of two oceans; adjoining Knimuki Crater (re
served as a park), Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-bedroom furnished bungalow on tho Knimuki car
line. One of the most comfortablo homes .in Honolulu.
Two siory 10 . room
modern house; all mod
ern improvements; 75
by 140 lot; city nrte.
sian water. Property
is close to car-line,
Ws ndvertlso watches ond
wo are enthusiastic when wo
speak of them, because wo
want you to know tiio pleas
ure of owning nnd cnrrjlng
n good watch,.
You may have n wntch
now. Hut Is It n good ono-1-ono
thnt tells tho tlmo cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
If we should meet you fnco
to fuco and Vrcsent tho mer
its of our watches, J on would
sell tho old and buy tho now.
Wo handlo HOWARD, WAI
T1IAM and SWI83 watches.
Our gunrantco goes with
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
".! LEADING JEWELERS
, FORT STREET
to the country nnd,inm;ing thoso leant
In touch,, fr It It ihtaiitoltlliml record, ho
gets down to the meanest and Ion est
lecl. of political dduiptlon, and
strlti'a to arouso a pnr'tlcrilar piMju
dlcU In tho hearts of 'the "Hawaiian
Alilcrlcan against thoM' progress vo
white Americans In gcm'rnl and ho
missionaries In particular.
Ha presents no arguments, Ho
holsters his claims to preferment by
an effort to tear down tho reputation
of his opponont, and by misleading
the voters as,' to the facts of what
has been dono In Congress.
Then ho says ho will help tlio pco
plo and especially tho Hawaiian
Americans. What ho means Is that
ha Will help himself to their lands at
tho first opportunity.
All tho holp these people can ever
hopo lo secure from Iloss McCand
lcss thev can put in n very smnll plpo
and blow through the ntmosphero In
n M'ry thin Cll of smoke,
Special Sale of Men's
Shoes this Week
Our Strong $4.50 and $5.00 Shoe LiffeWn
Sale for $3.50. ;g' W
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes now !$3;00
Prices are cut on all other shoes. The prices vary
from $1.25 up. This is not a clearance sale of old.
shoes, but the giving of special low prices on standard
shoe lines. .
Yee Chan & Co. la,IeSst,
n';nuiM virw nr nun on utimvcI
Ilnrun Thcodoro Ilollcnbcn, former
German Ambassador to tho United
Stntcs, Inn Joined his opinion to the
steadily increasing number who hno
coma to understand tho folly of tho
tnlk of war between Japan nnd tfio
Da roll Ilollcnbcn recently arrived
in Ucrlln after touring tho world with
special purpose of studying tho
Conditions prevailing in tho Orient
In his talk with tho Now York. World
correspondent, ho laid special stress
on tho elimination of tho Immigration
question as a source of friction, point
ing to tho gicat work nhd amplo field
of development Japan has on Its
hands In taking en re of tho new ter
ritory that has rccontly como 'under
"It Is In tho highest degrco absurd
to suppose that Japan covets (lie
Philippines," says tho Ilaron. Speak
ing or her trado rcla'tlous wltfi tlio
United States ho says that tho United
States is Japan's best customer In
trndo ond "It Would bo sheer polit
ical insanity for her to .do, anything
to provoko trouble between tho two
counttles and sho knows It."
It Is tho opinion or tho Ilaron that
"animosities that havo been roiiBcd by
Immigration aro now certain to sub
side. That causo may already said (o
bo eliminated. The now tasks of ter
ritorial development nenr homo will
remove whatccr dcslro Japan has to
exploit emigration to tho United
Stntcs. Thl8,socins to bo good for all
"Tho Japanese know thnt their pco
plo could not hopo for cordial recap
tion on tho Paclllo Coast. Their oin
claU understand also that tho Gov
ernment nt Wushlngtou would have
diniculty In respect to treatment of
Japanese Immigrants. All Jnpancsu
who feel disposed to got away from
Nippon because of crowded cohdltMu
Micro. mayx now go whero their own
flag lH.s and whoro" liiojf urd' bound
lo Vukocd. " ' - ' y f
"Tlrto prospect fcjr. intending emi
grants' explains tln Wg part tho re
duced Imtiilginllon "of 'jupalieso Into
tho Hawaiian Islands. Tho Japanese
authorities t are very, gjad that this
turn In uffutru helps mil their koon
deslro lo kcop on good" terms with
America. Ileports of oxcosslvo Jap
anese Influence In Hawaiian affairs
are arrant nohscneo. They aro in tho
snma class with stories Invented for
onsntlonal effect concerning conspir
acies ugalnst established government
In other countries.
"I doubt If tho average Amorlcan
has taken seriously nny of tho talk of
p,rospectho troublo with Japan The
stream of American visitors there has
not In tho least diminished in tho last
mp or so. I rather think It has In
ci cased and all visitors find Japan as
pleasant a country in -which to travel
as It over was.
"Korea Is In a stuto of political
and Industrial collapse. With all tholr
wonderful Industry the Japanese will
not bo able to make that country real
ly productlvo for twenty years. Talk
Is heard of experiments there In cot
ton. No doubt they will bo mudo, but
It Is yet to bo proved thnt tho Korean
boll Is suited to cotton culture, lie
suits cannot como for years, If ever.
Meanwhile something may be donu to
develop tho cotton tiado with India
for tho benefit of tho Japaiao market
In the raw staple, for tho country Is u
big lonsumer und naturally will seek
aw supplies as near homo as pos
sible." It Is heller lo be judged by jour
appearance than by jour disappear-unco.
for women have
' FOR WOMEN
embody every latest fashion-feature of the most expen
sive custom models now being worn in New York nnd
other fashion-centres. These Regal styles also gie
you Ihe peilcct lit and
BEQAL SHOE STORE " "
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accommodated with sleeping quarters, dining
room, kitchen and bathroom. Galhand in-
M. E. Silva's Embalming Room is tho best: in fnct, the only ona
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to ths
care of the dead.
OUR PHONE NUMBERS: '
Office 1170 House ....-......::.-.... .2514
Assistant Undertaker and Embalmcr. . .Jacob Oidenstein, Phone 21G0
M. E. SILVA
34 Chanlain Lane, Opposite Catholio Sisters
Dainty and -i
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ntnir Tirlv.ln.w:il' hn
their trim, graceful lines. M
comfort of made-to-measure
ate made in quarter-sizes.
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