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EVENING nOIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, SRPT. 26, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
I MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R Parrlngton, - Bdltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Special Sale of Men's
Buy a Home
rr Month, ftnywhert ln)U.S...,9 7fl
PctOunut, nywhi In U.S 3.oo
Pel Yr, nrhf lnl).S. H.oo
Tcr Vcmi, iHMtpiiul. loteljcn, ...... I2.oo
J CIRCULATION lARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
V in the Territory of Hawaii.
rp I Editorial Rooms, - 2&185
,eiMBuslness Office, - 2256
MONDAY . . .
r - .
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc,
A. F. Judd,
, A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES i John K. Kamanoulu,
' E. A. C. Long, '
A. Q. Marcallino,
.1 Norman Watkins,
i William Williamson,
r Frank K.Archer,'
:!. A. L. Castle, J
S. P. Correa,
Edwin Fernandez, ,
SI K. Mahoc.
'- . MAYOR .
John C. Lane.
I . treasurer;. ';
I Robert W. Shingle
I James Bicknell
i CITY CLERK "
: t D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
i, Samuel C. Dwight,
f Frank Kruger,
I Eben P. Low,
f Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupokp Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Between the great thing we can
not do and the small things' we will
not no, me danger is that' we shall
do nothing. Adolphe Monod.
Scnntnr Mnkckuu, by his refusal
to follow McCandless, Is what the
politicians may properly call a "wlso
When McCandless wants some
thing to show for what he has done,
tho quotations of tho stock sheet
should furnish a handy text book
In what possible manner could
tho election of a Democratic, Delo.
gnto ho Interpreted as an evidence
of tho progress of Hawaii?
No Hoolhsaycr roil bo found to
predict that there will he anything
slow; about Ufa In Honolulu from
now until the end nf the year.
One of Japan's comic papers Is cred
ited with demanding that America
rurrumier Hawaii io japan, noiu-j
ing co(id be more
Hunny Jim and tho Colonel are
engaging In u light that will Kiiielyjl,l I'elegato to Congress Is not en
Klvu President Tail many unploas- tilled to any n( tho credit, for secur-
nut momenls, whatever tho out -
ThU slump In hlorlt Hi at hac been
made worn wirlMH by (be threats. or
Ilpw MeCsiidlAM, would he about
sCJUdrewf wo vlisjvd, t
ret SUMontaa ,,.o .Ho
Ttr Vr, nrhei In U.S. I.oo
Pet Yttt, anywhere" ri C.MiU.. I. no
PcrVtir imtptld, lottus. ...... a.o
tntered at the ToitoflRct at HoDotoln
u fecoiwicUis nutter.
SEPT. 20, 1010
This In the week when Republi
cans will got things In perfect readi
ness to put 11088 McCandless through
n course of treatment that will mako
the road-roller seem like a light
This Is the year for the Itnwnl-Inii-AmerJcntiB
to prove thnt they can
neither ho ruled nor fooled by the
bosslsm and misrepresentations of
the man who tells the Democratic
patty what tq do.
Public business has been delayed
by' a city government divided I be
tweon republicans nnd Democrats
Make up your mind to elect tho
Rtralght Ilepubllcan ticket, and cen
tralize the responsibility.
Republican candidates having In
troduced themselves to tho public
under 'vcr? favorable 'auspices, Ihcy
should-now divide Into campaigning
portions and, kocp something doing
f iM'CAKDLESS EXPLANATION.
' 'McCandless tejlsthe, ljllp corroo-PQndcrrt.of-.tho
I)uLaln that tho
troub'lo'tlmf Is rampant Ih Democratic
ranks all nroso from Republicans try-(.-g,to
write tho Democrat platform,
' This has about as much truth In-It
lis the usual political statement of
noBrMcCandlessr-The-rals'llrof It Is
shown In the steps Ih'at are being tak
cnjjbythOj, 109a! Democratic, Insurg-,
enls.'Th,ejr have " not" onty 'repudiated
Lthe plank In the platform which the
:Hjoss dciisnalca as the. principal Issue-
L this campaign, but ifiey nro'nlpo tji
ojfen revolt ngainst tua iickci iuiu ne
foisted upon his party.
.ThTuIioss nlso declares that the lm-
J mlgralJon. pl.ing- was inscrica in us
3io.BV.:radlcal tyrmafter a thorough
canvass had been mado or the various
Democratic precincts of tho Terrl-
That Is quite funny. For two years
tho Doss lias been busy playing upon
the prejudices of such Democrats ns
ho could reach, and preaching opposi
tion to Immigration. Having fed his
associates on misrepresentation for
twenty months, It Is to bo expected
that hojshould bo able, to securo an
endorsement of his views from neojple
who havo not como In contact with
tho other side of , tho .question nortak-
qn tho trouble to look, it up.
McCandless,, in his platform reaped
ns he sowed, everything developed,:
according to his orders. ,-.
1 But the end is not yet The peoplo
nre becoming enlightened und as the.
Doss travels through the County of Hu
wnll and movcB townrd home wh,ero
dissension Is rlfo ho will find thnt ho
has sown to tho winds nnd wlllon
a varltabla whirlwind of retribution.'
WHAT YOUNG HAWAIIAN-AMERICANS
SHQUm DO. '
Tliero was never a campaign in this
Torrltory where tho young, progres
sive Hawaiian-Americans had i bet
ter opportunity to mako their power
felt for good, government and high
Ideals than In this political contest qf,
Iluncocd or hypnotized by a poljt;
leal boss, the Democratic party ban
plarod .Itself .squarely, against the.
progress of tho Territory. Its plat
form Is reactionary, nnd the talk that
the party leader makes, to tho voters'
direct Is a good sight worse
Kor Instance, this man who dictat
ed tho Democratic platform goes Into
the country districts and tells the peo
ple thnt tho Delegate to Congress can-
"t have inucu inuuence iiecnuso lu
has, not secured a pension ror ills
'" ,le nexl riith he declares that
. Ing I'vurl Uurbor appropriation, be.
cuuto.the treaty, by which Puurl liar
bur, was n'dil In Him Culled Hiatus
was iimdnihi- Kink Kiilniuma, nnd
therefory w lielc In lli ihroiiM. lljat.
iWa sVUtnd has. no rlfiht to claim.
I'liitheniipre, tliv muiiiv Ho Iii imuV
Six-room, three-bedroom house,; mod
ern conveniences; electric lights,
rbi, city water; sewer connexion.
Trent $rust Co.yI.tdi
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streeti.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right
terms oan be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A PERFECT SYSTEM
Of Instantaneous Communication
Ing up tlio,I,esla)ys:9fnd.(('giuntyr tick
ets; 'lit tho' districts within 'his , away,
has picked, up tho rag tag and bob
tall -6t other parties, .tho weakest und
'ttifc poorest representatives, ''(with
which to "strengthen" his tlckef. I In
has succeeded In securing a few "good
men on his tickets but theso excep
tions serve only to provo tho rule,
This twaddlo that tho Uoss Is,' talk
ing nnd tho manipulation for which
he Is responsible may mislead some
honest but Ignornnt people of tho
country districts, It appeals to tho
Irresponsible und dishonest ns just
What they want.
Uut the youqg men of Hawaii, par
ticularly the young Hawaiian-American
h to .whose, older -but less well In
formed, elders tho Uoss Is appealing,
should rlBQ In their might und glvo
the- I08S -such a political trouncing
that it will not only bo n lesson to
him but shall! provo to all political
worKcrs anil, all. people interested in
tho. elfarq and progress of Hawaii
tLuat..iQ selfish demagoguo can.lcad
tho citizens of M Torrltory like u
flock of sheeji over an IndiistrlaKprec
ipjce to genoral disaster. '
The, tallj, tba,t .McCandless la male
Ing Is ail Insult to tho Intelligence of
wido awako and honest young men of
mhl ESTATE' FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEAIO'
I STREET Desirable Building
'? lot, 100 by 225. Price $3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots witli
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left' at $7500
f KAIMUKI On
ment plan' at.
fort md MerctiDt Strtnti w .
Ws advertise watches and
we aro enthusiastic when wo
speak of them, because wo
want, you to know tho pleas
ure of owning and carrying
a good watch.
You may havo a WBtch
now. Ilut is it a good one
one that, tells tho time cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
If we should meet you faco
to faco and present tho mor
Its of our watches, you would
soil tho old and buy the now.
Wo handle IIOWAKD, WAI.
THAM and SJVIS3 watches.
Our guarantee- goes with
H. F: Wichman
$ Go.. Ltd.,
this Territory! He' should And them
actively opposed to him and his doc
trines on account of his assumption
that they can' bo fooled by such non
sense, If for no other reason.
Young mnn of Hawaii know thnt
thu Delegate to Congress nnd tho lie
publican party of Hawaii have en
gnged in n consistent nnd unrelenting
effort to securo recognition of tho
claims of tho ex-Queen. Tho dllllcul
tics they encounter arise from mat
tors of broad national policy Involved.
Uut if Delegate Kuhlo finds this a
long hard tight, whnt can tho Demo
cratic cnndldato hope to accomplish?
Everyone of average Intelligence
knows that ho could do nothing, uud
In his hands the whnlo movement for
tho Queen would come to un nbsoluto
And then tho Peurl Harbor .talk,
What votor who bus attended tho pub
lic schools of this Territory docs not
rcnltzo that tho.McCandlcssattempt
to rob Dolcgato, Kuhlo of tho credit
duo him for this splendid work is
childish und silly In its conception nnd
And when It comes to tho men the
Doss has selected us candidates for
local offlcc, what young Hawaiian
American Ih thoro who believes that
on the instal
Shoes this week J
Our Strong $4.50 and $5.00 Shoe Liriespn
Sale for $3.50. J K"
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes now ,$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
Kalak(ela has the right sort of menial
cnlibro to represent him in tho Sch"
ato of the Territory? ,Anil what Bf
Knlalwaa over In Kona for tha Hoard
of Supervisors of Hawaii County?
These features of bosslsm' for which '
McCandless nnd his Democracy stand
aro entitled to the undivided attention '
of tho patriotic young men of tho Tor-,
rltory, tho young voters whose lnflu-1
enco Is now being exerted In politics,
for tho first time.
If these young men are as loyal to'
Hawaii as wc beliovo them to be, they,
will be foilnd in the ranks of the
workers and the voters engaged in as
suring the' defeat of McCandless and
all that his brand of political nctivlty,
as expressed In his platform, and his
country talks, exemplifies.
Young men who ' would ' havo t)io
Territory go forward wlll'llgn them
selves wl(h o-d worH for tho success
of progressiva Republicanism.-'
OUR SULTy F SULU. ,
Next to Theodore Iloosevelt tho In
dividual. wV Is likely iq attract tho
wldu... . ..i on tho mainland for
t..u next ,. i days Is the Sultan 6f
S5ulu, wlios: tho .dlsjiiitclies. nnnounco
m.. a. In ..cw York the other day.
.... ..cutlemnn is easily ono of tho
most picturesque .figures of tho Orient
nnd especially to Americans as ho
now belongs to us. Ho has probably
caused more nations mora trouble
thun nny other Individual In tho
southern Pacific, but wo havo been
nblo to get along fairly well with him
by disposing of tho more refractory
qf his subjects nnd allowing the re
mnlnder a fair share of Independent
Prior to tho American occupancy of
his domains ho wns a mighty mon
arch, ruling with despotic powers
over thousands of his. subjects, and ho
and his ancestors mado things pretty
warm fpr ,tho Spaniards. ' In nearly
201) yVcara of constant, jwarfaro .the
d6hs did not succeed' in conquering
them nnd never received ono cent In
revenue from thorn'. 'The Islands of
Sulu, or Jolo, as they aro sometimes
called, lie away -down at tho extreme
southern end of tho .Philippine, arch
ipelago and only six degrees north of
tho equator. This suntnnatc, politic
ally regurded as on Integrnl part of
tho Philippines, enmo Into the posses
sion of tho United Stntes as tho re
sult of the Spanish-American wnr.
Tho Inhabitants are colled Moros
and must nol be confused with tho
The sultan Is described us shott
and thickset, standing llvo feet llvo
InchCB und weighing 160 pounds. On
succeeding to tha sultanate sltleon
years ago ho assumod tho muu of
Hultan Jamulul Kirnn II. und claims
descent from that valiant Dyak lloi
neo chief Pugulun Tlndlg, who early
In the sixteenth century conquered
tho Sulu archlpolugo, founded tho mil
tunnto and opened the way for (ho In
troduction therein of tho. .religion of
tho great prophet. The sultau'e au
thority U-uomlnal, hut tile dnyotlou
of his huoJocU Is 'unqualified., They
tall him "tho stainless' ono," Ilia
home nt tho present time Is .it .Ma!-,
hui), a small town about llftcun miles
from Jolo, tho capital, where io Is
permitted Io oxorcUo authority us thu
tillage president, which In America is
tho sumo thing as a mayor. In a ma
terial sense ho is wauling nothing, re
ceiving an annual Income from the
HiIIIkIi North lloi'lii'ii rnmpiiliy III llmi
of hla (iiverulgn right In liruiud-
This aiilviu must lm ncneptpd us
uncial null lies higher thnij th hv
pimku I un of liU .la.K, who lAillnar-
. i, -i
Our Phone Is
Motors kept in order for a
noininal nxontiily cliarge
lly find a place In side sIkiwh Hflor
suffering loss of authority at homo.
In Its capacity of speeding the part
'rig guest, Honolulu will doubtlens on
Joy the pleasure ut givfiig the, gen
tlciiiiin his Html sendoff, when ho re
turns Io his Juiigln homo after liuvln.;
bcon lionized us America's only pos
session bt tho kind.
COHEN TO PAY
J. I'. Cohen mint pay up nil the
Kv Orpheum Theuler. thu sum that
he will liiivu to turn over to thu
Honolulu planing Mill being ti.',
nr.C 29, with InturiHt at 3 per cent.
(iuiu ,liily,IQ 'I'btiiTlaluu. was
Hied in tlii) Ulroull Uuurl Ihls inurii-
i Js IHARTINEZ, Mgr.
Ing and Cohen wjll have to pny up
Cohen wont, to extraordinary ex.
ponso in rushing work on tho New
Orpheum to accommodate, tho last
musical comedy company thnt ho
brouKht to tho Islands, but tho sea
son w;is not ns profitable as ho cx
pot'tud. lio has fulled to pay Lucas
Ilrothers for tho work they perform
ed In making jho necessary changes
In the Ilonlno movlng-plcturo houeo
to transform It Into the Now Orpheum.
Canieglo Slfcl company ongliieors,
It is claimed, havo disco vol ed a meth
od to convert oru dust Into briquettes.
Ihciuby reducing tho cost of pig Iron,
Tho discovery Is to ho tested nt thu
plant of Mho United Htates Hteol cor
xn iiltini at llomcslead, Pa,
It I thu chi'Diilu kicker who nlwaya
wauls something to boot,
. i .. . ,
IUIU) II hi I til ii It it jiur,