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.OCTOBER 4, 1910
this lslnnd, and not make loo much
fuss about It, bo they nil wear the
uniform of tho United fitntes uraiy?
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
lolin K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Norman Watkins, - -"
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane,
Robert W. Shingle
AUDITOR s -
( D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Clias. N. Arnold,
j Makanoe C. Amana,
1 Samuel C. Dwigllt,
I Frank Kriiger,
Eben P. Low, '
1 Harry'E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
t DEPUTY SHERIFFS
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua-J-Oscar ,Cdx (
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. K.-Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
Only the speculators havo ca.iso to
worry. Generally speaking the In
vestors bought on n 'ja! ot tho dlv-
lJf nils paid and reasonably certain
of continuance; under n lower price
of sugar than has prevailed for tho
tv.che months Just parsed
Hcpuhllcans hue always lhtcrpre
ted tho land laws In a manner most
favorable to tho Interests of tho peo
ple. Then why oto for the Demo'
cratlc Hobs who can neither mako n
land law nor amend l.or Interpret It
according to the Ideas ho has been
expounding from tho stump.
SAVE DOLLARS BY
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Out of l'H,91S paid to the Honolulu
itcveiloru), the Husdinns secured omy
$J,'17!l. And Russians were employed
only when Hawaiian wero nut avail
able. It requires Just n few pointed
facte, to meet, the wlndmnchtno of
the Demon utlc Doss and bring It
tumbling to earth 'itli Its amWiIoiu
.-.nd unhappy occupan .
Oils Sprockets has been talking of
reducing the sugar tariff ever since
tho question ot revision was opened
ip.He, talked It previous to the ox-
r.i session when l'niio nnd Aldrlch
ot In tl'tlr work on tho cotton
chedule and'n few others. Tnlk of
reducing the tariff on sugar W not
row. And It Is equally true that tho
more they talk tho moro they ro Im
pleaded with the undeniable fart that
rugar production Is an Infant Imliu-t.-j,
not a joke, nnd the largest tlnglo
Fonrco of tariff revenue Is from the
EURnr -.Importations. The sta.esmen
of the country will he slow to check
lliu advance of an Industry and ie
duee "tho" federal' revyuue to satisfy
Qwnrs,,of ugar lfropeitles In Cuba.
SENATOR HUGHES AND
Very desiralle home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Yo'nr choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price ii right
terms oan be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A good Fountain Pen
.makes writing a'
We carry in stock nm
plete line of
Every Pen Guaranteed
Perfection of character "can' 'he
achieved only through struggle,
through discipline; Lt-'is for ,him
that oveicometh that the crown of
life is reserved. John Fiske.
, Don't talk about want you would
do' If ou worn In politics. Wako up
Hawaii Is now an Independent mil
Itary commnnd. V(II the Democratic
Boss claim that "I ddno, It."
Blocks wero bound to go down and
there la no certainty that thoy havo
nil reached bed rock oven at present
Immigration Is a cornerstone of
prosperity In Colorado. Why dries
,11m. Democratic lions try to make Us
think It Is dllTamnt In Hawaii?
! Rudolph Sprcckels should tnko n
ow moments to tell how tho Smto
of California has hcon redeemed
from domination by the Interests.
. Dclnya in tho condemnation of land
for the IVderal building uro of about
.'tr.ii panid brand as tho Demnjratl
fioLB ImmiKtatlon polity, TJwv ni
till blows ulineil lit the progrPi'3 of
w . h
i Wouldn't It b belter for Honolulu
o connlfitenOy cull lor thu assign
ent of more troops to the posts of
the sovereign State
Colorndo-'bclleo In Immigration.
To use tho words ot United States
Senntor Hughes of that State, they
lime taken up Immigration In "an
actho and public spirited way."
Hero Is a timely oxumple for con
sideration by citizens of this Terri
tory, who are now being urged hy a
Democratic political boss to act upon
immigration In anything hut a "pub
lic spirited way."
Colorado Is handling the Immigra
tion question In a thoroughly Ameri
can and progressive style. There
may bo foolish demagogues who go
about that State crying out, ns tho
Democratic candidate for Congress in
this Territory, that an Influx of im
migrants capablo of assuming thn
duties nnd responsibilities of citizen
ship will rob the people of their land
and tako bread from their mouths.
I'osslbiy such persons enn bo found
In Colorado, but they receivo no ap
proving answer from tho people, nnd
they can find no reputable political
partlos to sponsor such n claim.
Colorado's citizens and her Demo
cratic officials know that bucIi asser
tions ns are being made, for Instnnco,
In this Territory, aro falso.
They know that, Immigration pro
motes business, and creates moro
work nt better wages.
They know that with tho coming of
more, people Into their State, there
wllj bo moro money Bpent for tho do
elobment of new lands, and the ox
tension,. of tholr agricultural enter
prises. No demagogues can fool
them. No false declarations about.
Uio lands being tnken away from tho
men and women born and brought up
In the State, and therefore liming n
prior right to consideration, can lead
Hut what we are perhaps moro es
pecially Interested In at this time Is
the. fact that Immigration In Colo
rado Is particularly n Democratic
policy In so far as It Is a partisan
matter. Whether the Democrats orig
inated It wo do not know, Dut tho
Democrats of Colorado, havo set the
Immigration movement 'going and they
are carrying It forwurd with an en
thusiasm to which the Democratic
Senator from that State points with
pride. Wu-admire his good sense.
This shows how thoroughly out of
Joint Is tho Democratic Iloss ot Da
wall with tho sentiment ot his party
on the mainland. ,
Each day Incidents aro cropping up
that show how lie Is forcing local
Democrats out of his own party by
his determination to Jam reactionary
measures down Hielr throats.
Ho Is un-Dcmocrntlc and un-Amor-Icun,
nt homo and nbioad, on tho Im
When ono man can saddle his party
with policies that uro contrary to the
sentiment of tho Democrats of tho
mainland nnd an insult to gieac num
ber (i ot his own ussoclutes In this
Territory, there would seem to bo no
further need for proof that tho Dem
ocracy of Hawaii Is absolutely under
tho thumb of n Doss nnd Hint Iloss Is
willing and determined to bring upon
the Territory nnd tho people of nil
classes n period of depression and
disaster, it by so doing ho can sat
isfy u personal greed for office. .
Iloss McCandless with his prosperity-wrecking
Immigration policy has
undoubtedly succeeded In fooling
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
soiuo of tho people of this Territory
part of the time
Dut ho cannot font thorn alt tho
It stands to reason Hint Iloss Mc
Candless If ho should over get to"
Congrcsx would ho llko n rat In n
strange garret among tho Democrats
of tho mainland. i
Iloss McCandless would hao be
fore hfm the Impossible task of con
vincing tho Democrats of Colorado
that they are wrong, the Democrats
of (ieorgla and other southern States
that they are wrong, nnd that only by
cutting off Immigration nnd electing
him to Congress enn tho wclfnro of
Hawaii bo sered.
All tho Honolulu follow newspa
permen of tho Into Churchill Harvey.
Dlder clubbed togcthor jestordnyand
cabled to Is Angeles for n wreath
to be placed on the coffin of tho
dead writer. "Arllc." ns ho was
called -hy his friends, was n very lov.
able fellow, nnd his murdor hy tho
(lends who blew up tho I-os AngclM
Times office. Is n sad blow to nil
who knew him.
REAL ESTATE POR SALE
MAKIKI DISTIRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
CO feet frontage. Two or
three left at $7500
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bnngu'low on the instal
ment plan at $3250
L Tort and Merchant 8treti -il.
Girls' Coats, in cloth and waterproof, at $1.75, $2.50,
Women's Rubberized Coats, $9.50, $12.50, $15.50,
' $16.50 ' '
Silk Petticoats guaranteed, $3.95, $4.50 to $6.50 .
Lingerie Dresses, $3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50
$10.50, to $50
$2.50 values in White Under Skirts, $1.50
Pure Silk Hose, deep garter top, lisle feet, 65c pair .,
Ready-Made Sheets, full size, 65c, 75c, 90c
Pillow Slips, 42x36, fine.quality, $1,50 dozen 5 J;
$1.00 value in Table Damask, 68 in. wide, 65cU '
Drawn Work Tea dloths, worth $2.50, at $1.25-
Another Case of the Bargains in Hand Bags,t$l,to$6.50
35c quality in Arnold's Dotted Swiss Dress Goods 20c
Table Napkins, 22x22, at $1.50 dozen
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, box, 6 for 15c
75c quality in Fine Lisle Hose; all colors, 6 pairs $2.50
Lace Lisle Hose, 8V to 10, worth 20c, at 10c pair '
75c value in Silks, all colors, 37 Vic
French Silks, regular $1.75 values, lots of colors, 95c yd .
Rub Dry Towels, 50c, 75c and,$1.00
Thousands of pieces of New Laces, Trimmings,
and Allovers at Special Prices this week positive
bargains every yard we are showing. Our Lace De
partment is kept busy all the time, because the prices
we are selling Laces for during this Sale is far below
OUR GUARANTEE ALWAYS STANDS GOOD
viz: u Money returned if not well satisfied "
Delinquent Taxes. Will Not Be
Bar, Under Special Home
TSrrltoriil Central Committee,
HoHilillcan l'nrty of Hawaii,
Honolulu. T. Hi
"Dear Sir: JluplyliiR to our lot
tor ot this Unto. I regret to ho
ohllged lo state that the clauso In
tho nrmiavlt nnd npiilicutlon form for.
homesteads relating, to dcllnn.noncy
in, payment of tuxes is not a moro,
matter of regulation, hut is required
, In order to comply with statutory
piovisions wnyn are. iieyoiiu me ex
omtlvo control. I call jour atten
tion particularly to soctlon 289 of
tho Revised I-nws. which makes de-
Delinquency of taxes is not n har Hiinnency In'tho pnnnont of tnxes
to Intending homesteaders who make a disqualification for applying for n
application under special ngreo- homestead leaso, and Bcctlon 310,
inentB. nB provided for under Becttnn which contains n Blmllnr provision
289 of the land laws, nnd tho gov- wiih influence o right of nurchaso
riunont will not Insist on pajment lei,BCg nll(j oaH, frcohold ugreemontB.I
of hack tnxes If nppll itlon Is made gee aKo section 347, Tho only form
under this section. of homchtcndlng which docs not io-
BiilIi Is tho answer from Govern- qulro this Is thnt under special
or Krcar io:olved hy Chairman A. Ij. 'homestead agreements, namely un
C. Atkinson of tho llopulillcnn Tcr-Jlor section 27G.-Thp government,
iltnrlalconmiltteo, who jesterday of course, would not Insist on non
wrote to the 'Governor nsklng tho delinquency In payment of taxes In
suspension of tho delinquency-tax thnt aso, nnd If n jierson applies ton
regulation In order to onnulo, poor thnt form or nomesicuu leaso no may j
men )o secure homesteads. leae tho piovlslou la regard to tax
Governor Krcar's answer satisfies delinquency hlanlc. Only ono form
Chairman Atkinson, nnd ho declares of application and affidavit Is made
that n clear statement of tho law out to apply to all cases so as to
will ho thu lesult of tho moo he avoid confusion, Very tuily jours,'
CASE SETTLED 4
The noeinor'8 letter to Mr. At.
Mnsun la as fallows;
"Executive, Chamber.' , '
"Honolulu, 'llnwall. (id. fl, 1910.
W. I'. KKKAll,
Blank , hooko ot nil sorts, ledgers.
etc, manufactured hy tho U u 1 1 e 1 1 n
"Hon. A. h. C. Atkinson, Chairman, PuhHihlns Couiyanr.
So Says B. Cressaty, Denying
Mme. Lambert's Ac
Tho enso of tho Torrllory of Hawaii
vs. Madame hnmhert will ho settled
out of court.
Bo snjs II. Cressaty, tho Syrian
landlord who hailed Mina. Lambert
Into court yostorday morning forvnslng
tluoatenlng language against him! Tho
caso was continued until tomorrow
morning, anil mcauwhllo Cressaty and
Mine Lambert, thioup.h their nttor
ncys havo declared a truco. Mmo.
Lambert Is to movo from Crossnty's
paradlso on tho Walklkl beach somo
whore else. In, fact, shp is o inovi'
tills nftornoon, nnd holh feel that they
hno won n victory,
Cressaty this morning denied all
tl-o cruel th.lngs that havo been said
nhnnt him, ami declared that through
out tho case ho, has conducted him
self like a gentlemanly landlord would.
Ifo ln s all his troubles to tho dis
position ot his tenant.
"Now," snjs II. Cressaty. "AH Is
fix, Sho goes to ilny, It Is well. I will
havo of zo trouble no moro."