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Hon. Jr K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Jiidd,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA'
i John ru Kamanoulu,
Ef"A. C. Long,
! Norman Watkins,
i William Williamson,
I Frank K. Archer,
I A. L Castle,
I S,.P,; Correa,
to i bdwin .r-ernanacz,
5 ,' John C. Lane.
I F SHERIFF
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t . Robert W. Shingle '
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I' i Harry E. Murray,
1 j James C. Quinn. 'w
i' DEPUTY SHERIFFS
HonoluluWni. K. Simerson.
Waialua Ocar Cox. ' " i
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Wafanae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez. '
Koolauloa L. K. Naon'e.
Manners are the happy way of
tloini thinps, If they are raperflcial,
co arc the dewdrops, which give inch
a depth to the morning mcadowj,
Emerson, . ,
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The Colonel Is on top again, by
Thjs Is not tho day when the pco
plo can bo fooled by boss rule
What has Hobs McCandloss ovor
ilondj to prompto the progress of
lloss McCandless always
helpfil himself first unil allowed tho
Dovlhlo tako tho hindmost?
Of J willed) iIoob Doss McCandless
think' first, his own ambitions or tho
nllegVd wrongs thnt ho claims need
Young men of .jlnwnll make your
Indiuiice fo(t for the' progress 0f Ha
waii. Work wltli and -oto for the
Tho peuco nil harmony that pre
vails In tho local Democracy makes
one think of tho "lovely time" of an
Irish wuko thai iound up In n row.
Who Is nolnit'tn furnish work for
.".the day laborers when the schemes
,pf.,Doss McCandloss bring about a
:. period of depression In the siigar In
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u McondUi m titer.
.SEPT. 27, 1010
Wlmt did Hobs McCnndless do for
ttio homesteaders of Kapaa, to 'whom
he tniiiio the same promise to yonrs
ago tlmt ho la now making on tho
Uluml of HuwnllT
Wlirn tho people on "this sldo of
Nuunnu irtreot" begln'to talk of split
ting tho legislative and municipal
ticket, they are adding their Influ
enco to tho efforts of workers for Mc
Candloss on "the other sldo of N un
Thcro uro two Ncry serious features
about tho condition of tho stock mar
ket The chnrRo Uiat the quotations
nra being manipulated and tho possi
bility that tho slump Is Intensely le
gltlmate. Whatever of truth thero
may bo In tho first charge,' no one
will over assume that McCantllcsB and
his policy promote tho progress of
tho Territory. "fl
Ktcctlong may come and "elections
may go, -but, tho policy of making th4
island of Oabn a- great, military. nnd
navnt post moves 'right along regard
less; vDut welfare to Tomember that
if Mho people"' prove themselves In
capable of Judging rightly on what
y for tho best Interests of the nation
Vi well as themselves, tho Federal
ivernment may deem It necessary to
t.iko a stronger hand tn locat affairs,
Doss McCandless has never been
ublo to provo that Delegate Kuhlo
tins not secured more for tho Territory-
of llnwnll'than' Vriy-"ni5rhT.lfid'
Congressman gained for his homo
district. And thcro Is no possibility
of McCnndless doing as well. If
xrextr3lbUr"yimliB?vould be abso-
juOTjtoat;jpfJoKt wih tho Federal
administration; whose omcers would
placo no confidence In u dem
agogue. ;k i
The successful candidate In n State
ejection undono of the leading jour
nal suppWtllnK Ills campaign ought
to ba very good authority, tho best
Indeed, for Interpreting tho meaning
of tho election result.
Thcro has been considerable dis
pute, outsldo tho Htate, ovor what
(ho election In Maine with its tre
mendous rovorsnl mcanB. Supporters
of Prohibition aro very loth to accept
tho. truth of It, and want tp'-"lay It
onto" the tariff, or "anything' but 'Pro
hibition. ( Tho first opinion to which Freder
ick Mv I'lalBtcd, Jhe successful candi
date for Rovcrnor, gavo expression,
when bo was assured that tho returns
giivo him tho victory, wus us fol
lows; VI Iihvo mado no promise or
' plg'dgo," .saldj Col. ndlsted, "cxi
cept those mado In tho Democrat
ic stiito platform on which I
Htujij sijuaroly, UThcso Jncludo
tliercpeiil of the Hlurglj luiv, unil
retuliuilsslou of the prohllillory
Jlipior law,. ,I, shall muko every
effort In my power to carry out
thoso promises, Tho victory Is
'Infjnltely greater limn a mcro
party triumph it Is n victory for
the people1 of this Btato. Malno
kriow what It wanted and vofcd
for It. It Is a victory for tho
people of Maine, not a personal
one; Tho people trusted In mo
and I shall be faithful to tho
Mr. I'lalsted makes pointed refer
once to none pf;tho pledges of his
party except those relating to the re
peal' of tho Prohibition law and tho
foolish Sturgl enforcement law. That
shows pretty plainly on what ho baBed
his campaign and what he thinks the
fieyplo expect to be his first work
when ho assumes IiIb olUce.
For the newspaper end o( It, wo
may safely turn to tho Dangor Dally
Commercial, us tho leading support
er of Plalsted and his campaign, That
pape'r says .editorially of tho result
The Democratic pnrty will, nf
tor .tnnunrj' 1, 1011, be In prac
tically completu control of tho
business of tho State of Maine,
and Its responsibility Is great. It
should put Its best men in ofllce
Buy a Home
Six-room, three-bedroom home; mod
em convenience!; elcctrio llghti,
Ka, city water; stwer connection.
Trout Trust Co., Ltd.
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streeti.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you ont to tee
The price it right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
To Your Friends at Sea a
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eurht to ten. '
arid carry out its carnpnlgn proni
"1fes"of ecortorriy u'nd clll'clency. '
'One of Its llrst filths Mill be tn
sound the knell of (he i .Sturgls
linr mid la submit In the people
Mia prohibitory rnnitltulliiiial
amendment) which laws have
been conducted for fraud and
hue been an Injury to the pros
perity of the Statu and an Insult
to Its citizenship.
Nothing could bo more coucluslvo
than the evidences that the final
judgment of tho conservative think
ing people of tho Stnto of Mnlne Is
agaliiBt the Prohibition law nnd they
Intend to wipe Prohibition out of their
The nbsolule failure" of Prohibition
could not bo demonstrated to better
YOUNG AMERICANS AND THE
Young Americans of llawull bava a
vital Interest, In tho campaign result
this Fall, It Is of tho utmost Import
anco to them that tho record of tho
election should bo ono that will sot
tills Territory beforo tho people of
the mainland as a community of, pro-
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIld DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price... ,?3500
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WAIK.IKI BEACH Lots with
CO feet frontage. Two or' '
three left at !67fiQfJ
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue.
New Bungalow on the instal- ,
Fort and Merchant Btretti
Ws advertise watches and
wo nro enthusiastic whBn wo
speak of .them, becouso wo
wont you to know the plens
n ro of owning and carrying
a good watch.
You may have a watch
now. Ilut Ib 'It a good ono
one thnt tells' the tlmo cor
rectly? Most watches don't.
If we should meet you face
to faco nnd present tho mer
its of our watches, you would
sell the old and buy tho new.
Wo handle HOWAIID, WAL
TI1AM nnd SWISS watches.
Our guarantco goes with
H. F. Wichman
& Co.! Ltd.,
Our people knov'pretty well by this
tlmO that In many' parts of the main
land the.i electorate of Hawaii Is re
garded as' one that is easily swayed
by demagogues appealing to Us prej
udices, and therefore Ub capacity for
self control, and self government, Is
a .doubtful quantity.
They also know that lurking
around the by ways and hedges Is the
ever present enemy within tho Ter
ritory that alms tar wipe out whnt lit
tle measure of independent govern
ment is now enjoyed. These enemies
will tnke advantngo of the first op
portunity to represent the electorate
of tho islands as unabto to sustain it
high standard of government, by plac
ing Incompetents In Important olllces,
and voting to sond to Washington a
man who stands for a policy of retro
It stands to reason thnt tho Federal
Government cannot i vlewt with Indif
ference n movement on tho part of
tho citizens jOf, thlsjTerrltory thaty In
dicates a general era of Industrial
stagnation. This would be plainly ev
idenced If tho people wero to elect a
Dclegato to Congress who Is antagon
istic to the present.WushlngUin admin
istration, and wlioi Is making tils cam
paign talk In u largo measure a reck
less xrltlclsm of tho magnificent work
Special Sale of Men's
Shoes this Week
Our Strong $4.50 and $5.00 Shoe Lines in
Sale for $3.50.
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes now $3:1$'
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
Yee Chan & Co. KinIefi
of the Dclegato.
Election of McCnndless would bo
tho nearest approach to an endorse
ment of Government by Commission
thnt tho citizens of these Islands
could make, without voting directly
on tho subject.
If this should be followed up by the
election of the acknowledged Incom
petents' whom thd Democratic boss
bos taken In as candidates tor legis
lative offices, the situation would bo
such ns to give tho Federal goiern
ment grave concern, nnd furnish tho
what they have been looking for,
It may be snld that McCandless nnd
thoso he bus put on his ticket arc not
for government by commission. That
may be, but what of the practical re
sutts of their success.
Doss McCnm'Iess Ib tho representa
tive of a par' that stands for wjplng
out tho tariff, that is at the very
foundation of our prosperity. '
lloss, McCamlloBS is also attacking
Delegate Kuhlo for the work ho has
done In the development of Pearl
Harbor u national enterprise.
He is '' " nn appeal to the peo
plo In - t that, If Buccossful will
show the Dters to be easily misled
nnd n dou ul quantity when dealing
v -prlr i questions of public ad
He U making a particular nssnult
on the Immigration of the Portugucsn
nnd other desirable people who can
do the work of developing Industries
In the Territory, nnd offset the large
numbers of aliens from the Orlont.
This, aside from Its purely local
phases, has a national sldo that can
not be ignored, and the verdict of our
clectornto will bo watched very carc
lully by the Federal authorities. 'If
Hawaii cannot govern Itself In a man
ner to best promote tho highest Amer
ican standurds It will linvo to bo gov
erned. Our young men must realize .that
(in endorscmnt,of thnt for. .which Mc
Candless nnd his party stands will j
bring tho progress of tho Territory to i
a manuBiiii mm (jeopardize our pxes
cnt form of government.
n tho other bund they must know
that to continue- in tho way that tho
Territory lins been going, la to '
.lil. .. m mit i
r, . " '" '" r
ton and enhance tho esteem In which
tho Territory Of' Hawaii
throughout tho American Union.
A voto cast for tho Republican Del
cgato and tho Republican legislative
ticket Is a voto for continued prog
Thnt Is, what, tho young men want.
mm t k
(Contlnuerl from Pace '1)
In -to encourage tho market. The
Honokan trading, ho said,, looked as
If tho broker thought he bad sold too
low' and them proceeded to buy It
back tq retoy,er on It. However, an
other' proker) sees some political
plays 'cropping, up on the wchango,
The feature of 'tho -stock niafkot
today was the sharp drop In W'nla'
lua and the .steady fall "of Oahu.
Walalua ended with session sales of
two blocks nf five each, as reported
above. Iletwoen boards two blocks
of ton shares and thirty shares
changed hands lit '120, nnd this se
curity Is expected to doellne Mill
further. Oahu received some atten
tion between boards, lGf. shares alto
gether being reported sold nt 30
Ewn experienced another smnll drop,
selling ut 32.20. .
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simply to inform Yong Chin that
opium had been found In his room
nnd not to compromlso Ills landlord
Tho Chlnoso could hardly keep his
scat becauso ho was so nervous dur
ing the cross examination of United
States District attorney Ilreckons nnd
although ho has been a resident of
Hawaii for thirty-four years ho pro
tended that ho could not understand
Collector of thd Port Stackfiblo was
present at tho hearing.
STRANGE CASE OF
LIFE AFTER DEATH
.PHILADELPHIA, Sent. 10. .Phy
sicians nnfl' Hclentfsts ofthfe'VltVare.
astounded nt tho remarkable case of
Theodore P. Dailey, assistant gen
eral manager of the Philadelphia of
fices of tho General Electric Com
pany, who conversed with his family
nt llrst by word of mouth and then
by the deaf nnd dumb alphabet for
forty minutes after all indication of
hearf beats and breathing had .ceas
ed, Juut -l)Ctoru he died In the private
hospital of Dr. Joseph Price, at 2ll
North Eighteenth street, last Satur
day. According to the most careful ex
amination made by the physicians
nnd nurses In charge, Mr. Dailey
should hnvo been "dead" nt 11:45
o'clock. At thnt time thcro was not
tho fulntest sign of n pulsebcat, nor
of breathing. Tho eyes wero glazed
the lower limbs rigid.
And yet from tho lips of tho "dead'
man came-words of love sind ndvlec
to tho wife 'and daughter ;at tho; bed-
sldo until 12:12, ami afterward,
until 12:2:. o'clock, ho "talked" with
his fingers In tho sign manual of
those who can not speak.
A,i" for Final Kiss.
Near tlio end, when alio thought
It a- tn 1 1. n t. urn a rnillif .1 nn t 1 1 ( t la
i W tUHIl YUB 1VUMJ ItVMll IILHV
Urn. nailer, tho daughter, leaned
" " ' "over tho bed mid klsecd her fathor
IB llCIU ' nn thn rnrrtlimwl TlinrA wnn tint Mm
slightest chniigo In tho facial mus
clcs. Hut tho fingers began twitch'
Ing again, and slowly workcti out
tho tnessago: t
"Kiss mo on tho lips, dear."
This was the lost "word." Wltcth
er the mind remained active after
that or not, the relatives nnd tho
doctors havo no means of knowing.
Certainly there was no later sign.
Two explanations of tho unusual
case are offered:
Ono, which the doctors are Inclin
ed to believet Is that physical llfo
existed until tho last, but thnt the
pulsations of the heart were too
slight to bo distinguished.
The other Is that the mind resist
ed tho effect of physlvn) death until
long after tho life had' lied, nnd re
mained acute and alive tn spito of
a physical dissolution.
Had Keen Mentality.
Persons who believe In this theory
point out that Mr, llalloy was a man
of tho keenest mentality, always alert
and of extraordinary will power. It
Is probable that the case will bo made
tho subject of several papois before
medical societies In the near future,
and that physicians and psychologists
will make a-deep study of it. ,
.Mr. llalloy lived nt 7101 Devon
nvoimo, ChPstnut Hill. Ho was bom
In Princeton, 111., and came east
When a young man. Successively he
sorvod In the capacities of stenogra
pher, law student, practising uttor-
noy and ns a builder of the great
electrical business of this country.
Always weak ph)sKnlly, ho took
good care of his health. Ills life was
busy nnd U,ls mental processes, ac
cording to his associates,- wero re- '
markably rapid and clear. Thcro
wero times when thought, with mm,
seemed to bo Intuitive.
Ten days ago ho became 111 with
appendicitis. An osteopath treated
hint for Indigestion, nnd ho becama
worse. Later he went to tho hospi
tal of Dr, Joseph Price, nt 311 North
Eighteenth street, and' there 'he was
operated on by Dr. J. W. Kennedy of
1409 Spruce street. Tho knife was
used too late. Before Mr. Dailey ap
plied to the surgeon, gangrene had
set In. Saturday morning It became
evident that he was dying and his
wife nnd daughter and private sec
retary wero sent for.
'It was not until then that Mr.
lldlley seemed to realize his condi
tion, Dr. Kennedy, nt 10 o'clock,
seeing that the man was beyond .
help .left the hospital. At 11:10
o'clock the patient aroused himself
.from a stnte of .coma! andbegaij to
talk toMils wife, ii '
He had hardly begun when his
lower limbs stiffened as though In
rigor mortis. A nurie, thinking that
he was dead, felt fur his pulse and
then for his heart. The chest) had
ceased to rise and fall nnd n glass
held before the .-lips or tho patient
failed to gather moisture. '
Tho nurse looked up. "He Is"
she begant but stopped short. Tho
"dead" man had begun to talk.
It was only a whisper, and It' was
evident that the patient was exert
ing every effort to compol tho mus.
clcs of his throat to move. Hut tho
words kero enunciated clearly, -and
although tho conversation was stow,
It was steady, without tho Jerks and
gasps frequently heard from dying"
Thus, tho "dead" man talked for
27 minutes, and at Inst tho volco
ceased. Tho purse and1 Mrs. Dailey
thought that ut last tho unusually
clear nnd strong mind of tho patient
had 'lclded to death. At that min
ute Laura Dailey, tho lfi-year-old
daughter, noticed that the fingers
wero twitching'. '
Letter From Grave.
A pencil 'and'' pud of paper wero
brought, and with Infinite difficulty
tho hnnd wrote tho word "para
lyzed." Then It censed.
Somo years ago, when the Da I leys
lived near a deaf and dump aBjIum
In Gcrniantown, llalloy had learned
tho alphabet and hud become profi
cient In It. The wlfo nnd daughter,
for Tunusenient, had also taken It up.
A minute after tho hnnd had written
the messago, the daughter noticed
the fingers begin to work, forming
letters of tho deaf and dump alpha
bet. TO VENTILATE
Extensive changes uro being made
in' tho roof of tho Empire Theater
i under the directions .of Manager Qv-
' nrnnit. Thli linTIL-fit nln tinlnir mini.
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In order to secure better ventilation
for this popular theater nnd with u
careful following out of tho plans
formed this amusement place will b
us woll ventilated ns any building
possibly can be, Tho roof will bo
slightly raised and openings made all
, the way round. This will admit a
breeze from whatever direction It
huppena to bo blowing and at the
samo(tlma glvo an opening for the es
cape of nil undeslrublo odors, It Is
claimed that tho alterations will nlso
greatly Improve tho acoustics.
On account of the Improvements
being mado nu matlnoo will ho given
on Wednosdayalthough all other reg
ular porformanccai'wlll bo glren,
Weekly Ilultt'tlii SI per iwir,
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