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DAILY nnd WEEKLY Fnuliihcd by
jk im amr street, nonoiuiu, Territory or Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly Uiued on Tueiday of each week.
I ' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVnllnco K. Pnrrlnuton, - Editor
rl Monlh, anjwhertln O.S .711
PerU'atttr, aiirwhtrtln US 3,oa
Tn Vnt,nrhntlnU.S. N,oo
TC JtM, Jirvlitd,ottlm la.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED ,
In the Territory of Hawaii.
nni I Editorial Rooms, - !61o5
Hon. J. K. Katanianaolc.
I i( Chas. Chillingworth,
jf Cecil Brown,
1 A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES John K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
William Williamson, ,
Frank K. Archer,
A. ,L. Castle, ,,.
S. P. Correa,
Chas. Kanekoa, ''
S. K. Mahoc-".-
John C. Lancr
JU 11 OcllllUitl I. M
TREAS(REfc jr $
Robert W.rShinW'. ?
' CITY CLERK
D. Kalauokalani, Jr. ."
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Ebon P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn. l
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Wafalua Qscar C,ox.
ooiaupoKo rranK rama.
aianae J. K. Klpau.
wa John Fernandez.
oolauloa L. K. Naone.
f Be not afraid of life. Believe that
1fc is worth livine, and your belief
wm neip create tnc tact. wuiiam
James. , . - ,, .
I Dolcgatu JvhIiIo, ilka u Uullotln
uO, always brings ronultit.
No cltliciis of frco unci independent
, minds will bow tluyknea (a boas rule
hey might Just ns well begin now
write It Governor Stlmson of Now
when business men nro called iipOn
tn hulk politics they should forget all
i jirevlouH rngijgQincnts. '
. t SmuKClIni: onlum Into Hawaii In bo-
,lp4 slowly nnd ji.ilnftilly removed
inuu among ino merry jeBis.
I I -
ro government will run Itself. If
jot honestly favor good government
you will got outjand do politics.
llll Ajiett may be out on n gum
e search forthat $1600 that was
lost In the shuffle, somo, months ago.
Is easier to. mako iol without
Injo than to keep up tlio standard of
Hawaii a prosperity witnout immi
gration. Many of the people In the Fourth
Mjtrlct ncoil In (jot over llin hnhlt of
pKinc mat inty r.now moro aooui
nun i mi ponurai wonders wjio nro
id. among the nennlo to learn the
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(i....... SEPT. 20, 1010
Candidates who havo helped tlicm
sclvcs moro than they linvo helped the
people aro out of place In public of
fice. Tho Jufy"that"trlcd Halscy evident
ly dccldetf Ihnt ho had recejved pun
Ishmont enough In waiting so long for
Tammany might run Judge Parker
for Governor of New York. He
knows how to bo the goat nnd pre
serve his dlgnltyr
Hawaii will never hao n better
chance to tell what It thinks of Ca
lamity Howler McCandlcss than on
tho coming election day.
Thcro is Important work from now
on till the eighth of November for the
well-wisher of Hawaii on whom no
politician has u string, -.
If I'rcsldont Taftvor.Colanol Jlooso
Yelt were asked their opinion on who
Hawaii should Bend, to Congress, what
do you think therwould. say?
Kvcry supporter of the public
schools will vote for tho Republicans
whose school pledge Is ono that will
straighten out Hawaii's school prob
lem. Quotations are slumping but there
nro no signs of nn Increasing number
nf otherwise sane citizens parting with
their, sugar stocks ot such u needless
Maul Republicans appear to havo
finished their work with neatness and
dtspatclT-STberiffls another ticket that'
should, be; voted straight by all He
If you believe In,; Hawaii and its
prosperous future you will work with
and.yojc with the Progressive Repub
licans, who are leading the fight in
A flemocratlc Delegate In Wash
ington during a Republican adminis
tration would be more lonesome than
n spectator nnd entirely out of place
in the scenery.
. Honesty In nubile olllce And n
Iquaro deal for all U a platform that
Is certain to bo winning, ground fon
uny ,man In a progressive and Intel
The question for the electorate of
ttjls Territory to scttlo on November
8th Is whether wo shull go ahead,
stand still or back up. Tho Ropuh
llcan party is progressive.-
Kauai Is still the comfortnblo and
progressive Kauai a standing proof
otitho community valuo nf making It
practically unanimous when Itcpub
llcan principles aro at stake.
Would McCandlcss take Keawehaku
and Knnlho to Washington as assist
ants. And would ho ,tberq point with
prldo to the arguments with which ho
endoavored to entice Hawaiian-Amor
leans Into wasting the franchlso on n
mess of falsa promises!
It Is pleasant to learn that tho eleo
tornte Is tObatrenghened this year
by tho voters IiffTio' service, of tho
Pcdoral government They Vtand for
progressive policies and will vote for
candidates who will fulfill their .duty
In tho upbuilding ofaIawail.
This new radicalism that ,Iloogevctt,
is preaching Is creatine somo curious
combinations. It Is 'reported tliitt
William Randolph HeilFst and Dr.
Lyman Abbojty two of tho editors
who linvo enlleted, unuer tho radical
banner filid agreed to work hand In
hand for tho victory of radicalism.
Ninety-eight years ago Ixird Nel
son said "IM every man do his duty."
That Is all that is required of the cit
izens of Hawaii tn keep this Terri
tory 1111 tho rout of prnspnrlti'H
wave, a position that It holds largely
as a result nf the efforts of Delegate
Kuhlo Send him buck to Washing
ton for wore prosperity; he'll get it.
The Mutual Life
Ebcn L. Smith, Los Angeles $002,000.00
Samuel, Newhouie, Salt Lake 233.800.00
,Chftj. W. Stimson, Seattle 200,000.00
Isaac Licbes. San Francisco 150,000.00
The Reasons: .
NEW .P0UCIESr.NW ADVANTAGES LOW RATES
t 1,000.00 at age 21, Rate $11.38
' 1,000.00 at age 30, Rate 12.50
" , 1,000.00 at age 35, Rate 13.05
1,000.00 at age 45, Rate , 17.59
For further particulars, see us.
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( Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our olllce and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms oan be arranged.
BishopTrust Co., Ltd.
To Your Friends at Sea a
,0n Sunday .mornings the office is
open from eis-Kt to ten. ' ' -
THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN SCHOOLS
There should bo no politics In tho
public schools, but It stands to rea
son that tho citizens of u self-goern-Ing
community should support the po
litical party that demonstrates its ap
preciation of the needs of our chil
dren nnd promises to make umplo pro
vision for them.
For .yonrs past, tho people of these
Islands havo been urging u better
recognition of tho public schools. Va
rious plans hate beon pcoposed and
many schemes sturtcd for meet
ing the demands of the children,
Up to the time of tho lat Republi
can convention tho plans nod tho
schemes wcro temporary mako-shlfts.
No ono accepted them as n permanent
folutlon of tho problem The best
that could ho suld as 'that the school
situation wns tided ovef till some
thing better could bo provided.
In tho educational plank of tho
present Republican platform, u rep
resentative partlzan organlz;iUon'oes
to tho heart of tho subject for tho first
tlmo In tho history of tho Toiritory.
A clear-rut nnd, deflnito plan la now
before tho people, nnd for the first
time In local history the voters who
'want better schools, tho people who
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MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWALO
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225.
WAIKIKr BEACH ;Lots. with
GO feet frontage. Two &jTP?
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
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Fort and Merchant Btrettt
A good Fountain Pen
makes writing a
We carry in stock a com
plete line 0
Every Pen Guaranteed
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demnnd adequate equipment nf school
houses, school teachers nnd practical
school courses, havo tho opportunity
to elect men to olllce who nro pledged
to answer the call and supply the
The Republican party has taken, the
advanced position of innklng the ex
penses of tho public schools a first
charge upon the revenues of the Ter
ritory. Under tho Republican promleo the
expenses of the public schools will bo
met by a specific tax on tho real prop
erty and the personal property of the
Some Interpret this ns a move for
Increased tnxatlon. This does not
Tho people aro assured however
that there will ho BUlllclent money for
the schools nt all hazards. Tho pres
ent property tar is ono per cent nn
renl property and personal' property.
Under the'plcdgq,.or,thlo Republicans,
If tho 'demand's of Ino public school
appropriation require three mills or
fmir mills or flvo mlllB on the 'dollar
of this total ono per cent, the public
schools shall havo that amount of
money set nBldo from tho rovenucs for
their uso. Tho other departments
will bo cured, for nut nf tho remaind
er. If thO other dopurtuiCnts are to
Price. ., ,?350Q
bo run so nxpcnshely Hint nn In
creased tax levy will be reuulrVd, that'
Is a matter for further consideration
Hut whatever happens, under tho'
Republican pliin, the publlo schools1
nro not to be sacrificed. Tlio cheese',
paring nnd tho pinching nnd tho
forced economy Is to be put upon uth-j
er departments less vltftl to tho up
building of nn Intelligent and well
This Republican platform plan car- J
rleu nut an Idea that, (s Jiow tn lla-
wnll, hut 'Hot now' lb tho progressive
communities of tho mainland.
'Tim tilnn nf ttrnvl.llni- fn llin ,.nl..
lie schools first, nnd npprpprlntlng ' FTY YUAItS AfJO rJmMl every mother thouB!,l her child m,.,l havs,
llbernllyjand uybjpns.much.as 'fa. . I''Borlc or laudanum to mako It sle,p. Tlmw .Imp will jm.dnro secn. .,
,..,........ 1. ., 1! ' 1 , ,nnd a fovv drop too ninny will produce tho sleep from u'lilrli tlicro U
.tcvvan.il, 10 jiuitl JvtMl llliuuftll, mm
through. Any plan that makes tho
children the victims of unusual publlo
economics Is thoroughly unAmerlcan.
This school question Is one that has
been before the people for many
years. There Is Just ono way to meet
it nnd do It right make tho public
school appropriations n first charge
upon tho revenues of tho Territory,
Men honestly in favor ot tho nmplo
provision for tho public schools will
voto for the Republican candidates
who havo'mado tho deflnito plcdgo to
prov'ldo for tho youth of tho land
coiuo what may, ,
fllvo tho children ot tho public
schools a squnro deal.
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IS HELD VALID
(Continued from Pace 1)
reasons llockus should bo excused
fiom attendance until the expira
tion of a few days after his return
to the Territory. He was still on a
'alld leave of absence when tho op
iler was made. Tho court certain
ly had knowledge of the non-service
of the threo juror nnd of tho fact
that it had itself excused five. As.
sumlng that It did not know of tho
reasons for tho excuse of Water
house, Potter and Glade, it at least,
by Its ruling granting tho motion,
ratified tho action, 'whatever it had
been, ot tlict foreman in excusing
.them. It accepted the statement of
the prosecuting officer ns correct,
and ratifying the excuse, ordered
five additional Jurors summoned."
The decision dismisses the except
tlon upon which the case was
brought before the Supremo Court In
Holt's behalf by his attorneys, Kin
ney, llallnu. Pressor &, Anderson nnd
A S, Humphreys.!'
Garroter Is Accused
Joseph Vcrrajl has had five different
charges laid against htm at tho pollro
station. -Threo of his alleged offenses
aro highway robbery, and ho might.
If convicted, got sentences umoiintlug
lo sixty jcars imprisonment, Tho
other 'two charges against KerrnJI aro
of larpeny In tho first and second, de
gree. Ho has confessed to ,tho lar
ceny affairs, ant has dcsqrlbed.to act
ting Chief Kcllett how huTbritered n
bicycle store durlu gtho absonco of
tho pioprlotar and, after opening tho
caBh rcgUtor dravqrt Jy rlneln,Brup
fiyo 0ont8', took twplvi tjojlar?.,,
FcrraJI has also confessed to having
stolon n gold watch and also iv sil
ver ono from other iwrsous. . Ho told
ii i iifiTi
Special Sale of Men's
Shoes this' Week
Our, Strong $4.50 anv$5.00 Shoe Lines on
Sale fpr $3.50.'
$3.50 and $4.0 Shoes now $3.00 . '
u- if l " JKti . -V-
' Prices arercut on all pther. shoes. The prices vary
from $1.254 up. Thi$ isriot a clearance sale of old
shoes, but the giving;of special lpw prices on standard
shoe lines. ' ' "-'
for Infants and Children
Don't Poison Baby.
"11 o irnklng. Many nro tlio children who liavo been killed or whoso lienllh ban
,becn ruined forlifoiby paregoric, laudanum nnd morphlnr, each ot which is a
narcotli product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling cither of tlio
narcotli'i named to children nt all, or to anybody, without labeling them
"pohon." Tho definition of "narcotlo" Is: "AmnUeine which rtllevei jaln
and producti tlccy, but tchich in iohonous doses prod uce $1 lyior, conio, ronouf
$iom and dtath!" Tlio tosto and smell of medicines containing opium nro dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops" "Cordials," "Soothing 8yriin."
etc . You should not permit any medicine to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It is composed, Ciulorlii dues not con
Tim 'j j4f - "" Br"lt'cKcniilno
tliriinluro. of Aay' -acUU Cnstorlo
Physicians Recommend Castor-la.
"I hT frrqntnllj pim-rltal tVutnrk for com
mon tlbuciita of children with px.l renin."
I W. A. OvorjlilVM. D ,
"Ai lh flhtr of thirteen clil'drtn I ftrulnly
know pnmctlilog aIkhi roar crvflt lurdUlnoaiHl.
itl from my wn firrHlj txperlcmc, I have, hi
mr yemra ur practice, found Cutoria popular and
V. J.McOiUK!, M 1).,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over.30 Years.'
of how he sold the gohlono for $7
nnd tho silver tlmopleco for ?3. ,
With regards (ci tho chnrfto of high
way robbery which carry very sovoro
penalties, Tcrraji absolutely denies
his guilt. However, tho hackmen who
wero garrotcd nt different tlmeJi, havo
positively identified KcrraJI ns tine of
tho men who held them up and, after
choking them, robbed then) of their
According to tho sWlos of tho hack
drivers, ForraJI nnd 'somo other man,
Jvvho In at present Unknown, woulll
hlro a hack and ask to be driven to
"some lonely place. yUpon arriving nt n
dark spot, Itirrajl Is alleged to have
always Jumped out, .and grasped tho
lioad ofMho horsq. q prevent It nior -
Ing. Tho other man would Instantly
igrah tho driver by tho throat and pro-
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v-iiuivv "(in., riiiuji nuiiiii.A. Tl. t;ntri. n nininlirr or llio lane
then roturn nnd go through tho vic
tim's" pockets, and' then tho pair of
thugs wonld ttoar" Oilt leaving tho
hack driver to dlo or rocoyor.
Ono hnckman was so Imdlj choked
by the garrotcrs that ho had to crawl
on his linr.ds and knees to n puddlo
In which n llttlo -water wns lying. It
was ho water that sav'cd his Ufa ho
declares, ns ho felt that ho wns dy
ing Kerrajl appealed In court this morn
ing, but thero was no cvldeneo given
tn tho case, which was sent over till
tomorrow morning., C. V. Chillingworth
is appearing for the nccuscd and tho
prosecution ot tho lower court will ho
conducted by A. Mr Drown.
i:lght skeletons of victims of the
Johnstown flOod of twenty-one years
ago wero foil ml by workmen digging
In the lied of tho Conemaugh .river.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
MXATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re
rnoves tho cause. Used the world ovci
Jo euro a, cold in ono day. V.. W.
pROVE'S signature on each box. Mads
by ,-,V ,' I
PMUS ML'DICINU CO, Saint' LouU. U. S.yV.
"I And your Cflorla U Terr txnrflcUJ la it
treatment of cntldicna attmenti
F. UiTit, M. 11 ,
, Chicago, Illa.
"I ohjrrt lo what aro calW palrnt mmicuiM,
vrlirra nuikrr along knnita vthatatull la put IrHbra),
but I know lite formula nf your Caetoria an J aJ?ljo
ltau-ulnpriMrcae. 1 Judce It to to a lttj oae
ful, aa well aa bannicaa family mdlcjor."
S. n. Sum, l. D,
. llrooklrn, ft. T.
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Republicans Have Meeting for
' Tomorrow Ninht at ''-
Watalua. , , m
r 1 1 ,
Republicans will b? out tn iimso
! at Wnlnlim tomorrow nlcht. A meet-
I1K jlllH 1CI, nrrl,ngrd Tro, unci
M0 r tho candlilales front Honolulu
Um probably attend. A largo number
ot t,e voters there aro lNrlugueso and
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legislature, has been asked 'to speak.
Kuhlo'u cnmpalgu Ui , .Hawaii Is
meeting with good jcsiIUb oypj?vv hero, -.,
according to nows that iins'Tcached j
Hepiibllcnn hendQiiariers horn. Ho Is
making a vigorous fight nnd I.liik Mc
CaudlesH will run fur.lic(ilndwhat ho
has predicted on tho big (Island. w
! f t
Tho second pier) net of tho fourth
dlstilct will hold a meeting tomorrow
night at tho public baths. Wolklkl.
Matters relating to precinct work will
bo taken up
Things nro pretty quiet around
Democratic headquarters. Thcro will
not bo ii'iueh doing until Link Mc
Candlcss gets bark and supplies somo
Churloy Chillingworth, Republican
candi'duto for 'tho Hcnato, sajs ho Is
vvoljplcfased with his prospects. Chll
llrrgworih figures n big majority" for
Knhlo and Ills party.
JWHIInm Wllllanisou, of tho Btock
iXciuugo, who Is also n Itejmbllcaii
candidate for tho IIouso, making n
(inlet hut olTectlvo campaign among
tho business jnon
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