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EVENINO IJt'l I.HTIN. HONOLULU. T. H., WnDNKSDAY, OCT. G, 1910
This Fact that In addressing Mrs. Pinkham you arc con '
tiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose ex
perience with women's diseases covers twenty-five years. $i
The present Mrs. Pinkhanvdaughter-'m-law of Lydia E'.
Pinkham, was for years under her direction, and has evef
v since her decease continued to advise women. , (
Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad''
to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate
assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink
from exposing themselves to the questions and probable
.examinations of even their family physician. Such ques
tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost
you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual
experience is great.
f j, ' MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION :
. Women sufferingfrom any form of female weakness arein
vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by
women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness
to a woman; thus has been established this confidence
between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which
has n,cvcr been broken. Never has she published a testi
monial or used a letter without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the company allowed these confi
dential letters to get out of their possession, as the hun
dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. Pink
ham has to draw from, it is more than possible that she
has gained the very knowledge needed in your case.
She asks nothing in return except your gooil will, and her
advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or
poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous
offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lydia
'111 Pinkham Medicine Co., Lvnn, Mass,
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
U, 1V2, 2 AND 3 TONS
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IlSiL,yKCIfANK'AIi OIII113 Sybtem.
MR. J. ABADIE, Proprio'or
Fi'cncli Laundry - 777 King St.
wishes, to 'mprcsj upon Ills iiatrons that his Laundry has
no br.nch ollicc. Call at 777 Kinjr street, or telephone
BRITISH COLUMBIA LUMBER
INTERESTS FORM MERGER
VANTOl'VL'i:. II C, Sept. 10.
largo niorgo.- of timber interests Is
announced Willi ti toUl cipltullz.i
tlon of ffi, Olio, 000 and Involving
four of the larcost lumber milts op.
crating In tliopiolui'o, together with
about 1H5 square miles of the fluent
ttaiidlug timber In America. Tim now
corporation wlllj'le known as tlio
Canadian raelflc Lumber Company
and lncluilci tho Canadian lSiclllc
Lumber Cnmiiauy of Tort Moody, tho
Aiig'o-Amerlcan Lumber Company of
Van outer, tho Hiirclay Sound Cedar
Company of Port Albcrnl and tho
Gibbons Luiiibcr Mills, operating on
tho Arrow lakes. The dally capa
city of Ibo now concern will bo
WAQ0N CO., Agents
875 South Street, Near King
about 200,000 feet tier day.
Tho new company contemplated
tlio erection of an export mill at Now
Albcrnl, which will care for tlio Ori
ental anil Tacllls trade, nnd which
will be olio of tho largest on tho
Maud; but tho chief attention, of
the company will bo ccntcicd on tho
Tho announcement- Is also mudo
of tlio purchase by a syndicate, of
the newts of tho llrltish Canadian
Wood I'nlp and l'upeV) Company,
which operates tho pulp concessions
of tho Qiiataliio Power & Pulp Com
p.my. H Is tho Intention to oper
ate tho .former company's mill (it
Port Mellon iccnHy erected at a
eoLt of $373,000, but which bud
olosi d down for wnut of capital to
miiko come needed Improvements
(Continued from Face 1)
dm Anivrlcin citizens gtucully, o
U.ilmcd tliiit lliu flutornor Ins nut
trcjtcd tlio knp 13 f.ilr'y and (fiat liu Is
not u nnii of 'ciii illly.''
Continuing, liu denounced tlio lie
tiulillc.in nduiliilitnt'lun For ciicourun
lit!; tlio liApoititlon iif I'm up mi Ininil
KriiiiH, fur whoso ti.iiisportutlnu, tlio
Trrrltuil.il (lovcinincut appropriated
$7011.000. Ho suhl Hint tlio countiy
was already oterpopnlaled with lab
orers, win) wcro witling to work In
)ilaiittitluiiB, If Rlicn lltcihla wag n.
'"PoloM," thoulcd Ilia crowd.
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...ilicrt l.d next i;au n toniha.tle
atlach on Kuhlo Iho Delegate. Ho
I ulnteil out to bis listeners lh.it Ku-
lilo had negligently and knowingly do
Kctted ills l"itt In Washington and to
tinned to Hawaii to solicit votes In
"This wan dune during tlio idttlug
of Iho United B'n(e-j Congress In
Washington," ho rl.outcil. "At that
time." ho continued, "1 was In Wash
Ingloii, 'rear. Hatch and McClbllaii
wetc there also.
"Kuhlo, tha Delegate, whom wo el"c
ted should hnto been there at tho
time. Hut much to my surprlto bo was
lino In Hawaii, bollcltlug tolcs for
1910, In Kau.
"Is that the kind of n man who can
bo depended Uhiii aa Hawaii's Dele
gate?" ho shouted.
"No sir," icspondcd a Democrat,
v.lin raid that bo ivtis ready to votu
"We will vote for you, Kllwal," yell
ed out another crowd of men,
The Cannon Ball,
Kaulho, tho "Cannon Hall of Ko
hala" was not sa'lsfled to address tho
audience fiom tho name table that his
Iloss used. Ho ninilo hlnixclf conspi
cuous by mounting on the Inniil, on
the second floor. I'roin there he throw
his political Fli'lls at tho enemy, who
were " interrupting watching for n
thanco to get cicn with tho speaker.
Kaulho, who knows how to handlo
his uiidlcncc wheiotcr bo goes, sized
up tho iitniosphcro of the cinwd, bo
foro . ho commenced to Bpeak. No
sooner had ho. started to say u few
words than, tho pfoplo cheered htm.
During the courao of his speech ho
told the crowd Hint McCamllcss has
the "nlolia" at heart for tho Hawaii
mis, while Prlnco Kuhlo, lias dona no
thing to show his loto for Ills people.
"In oidcr to show jot. tlio differ
ence between McCnncHcsu and Kuhlo,"
Knnllio culd, "1 will point out to you
a few facts which can not bo refu'ed.
"In V.'alkano. Oahn," ho continued,
"Ibero an a number of Hawaiian fain.
Illes, who tire living on McCandlcss
lands. lice or charge.
"They are lit lug on tlio lands freely
and without Intel reroute by McCnnd
less. Tl.i y nio conctautly planting
turn and tcgctablcu on the lamia, from
tthlch they make tlielr living. They
arc piltlleged to sell their crops nnd
tha iccclpts of which nro not to In
divided between them and McCnnd
lets "When they go to wijik for McCnnd
lci!B, they arc paid S1.50 each per day.
When tlirir houses arc in need of ic
palis .McCandlcss' carpenters will put
them In llvablo condltou, at his ex
pense. "Thla Is alright, Isn't It?" asked Ka
ulho, "Sine, that's alilght, McCandlcss
had bettor como hero and help us
along," Minuted Iho llawulluus, as they
ramo fin ward to listen moio utten
lively. "Another thing (hat McCaudlosihaa
done hi the fact th.it bo belied out
flnnuelally u certain woman, whoso
husband died, wlillo In Honolulu. Me
Ciindless holp'd her bypajlng nil tho
funeral mid tiansiiortutibn expenses of
Iho deceased, lleslde this ho gate
her homo money with which bho re
turned to Kona, her plaeo of resi
dence. "lui't this I'tiotlicr Vced of kind
ncss?" tboiiled tho Bpo.iKcr.
"Sine, pololcl," canio back tho uu
awcr. "Another kind of uct of McC mi
less tviu that ho allowed a certain
aged Hawaiian woman to llto on tlio
hinds, which wcro puicluibod by him
at auction with Instruction for her to
enjoy nil .tho privileges, during her
Kuhlo Not Qo.
"Kii)ilc is not m." continued tho
speaker. "That ho has no aloliu for
his rtico Is uvldenccd by tho fact that.
hl3 ngenl, presumably Culburn, had
filed from Ida land on Punchbowl a
certain numbor of Iho ioalncrs nnd
tenants who did not want to work on
tho lands, according to tlio customary
rules They prolerrod to work clse
wbciu with n determination to pay
their renin from their eiinlngs. On
account of tills,, they w-ro promptly
told to vacate) tho prnulccs.
Thsjiict on Kulilo's part," shouted
Kahlfin, "hIiowb conclusively vthat hojmotlng a railroad business enterprise.
iirb no nioua lor ins ikw people." .p-
Kanlho assured the pcoplo that if
they toted for MtCandlcss.ub a D(o
sato to Congress, they would not to
Konwehaku, the cimpalgii maiviger
spoko on tho pnnio grounds. He ex-
presscl hlmtvir cnllid In a dlffc:-
j flit way; bill bo tuado Mich n lilt tli.it
tlio people cheered with Win.
Long before the Democratic Iloss
nnd IiIh goncraU arrived. .Iuli;o A. N.
Kcpolkul, who N riiiiiiln-; lndcpcml
cully an a candidate for County Altnr-
ncy, availed himself of tho opiKittuii'
Ity, and, inking the bt.iml on Mnrk't
street, tntkrd to the .audience, which
was awaiting MiCiindlcss. J
He announced that ho was ready to
inform Ibo duties of tho ofTIco of
County A'foinny. having b'en on tho
bench for nnny oir, during which
time ho has Ind much oNiicrlenco.
McCandloss tiKko at koiiio length
on land mailers, lolntln.." out In tho tho planters. It in about tlnio ih.tl
pcoplo that th- (1 ncinnr-nnd.hls il-y't j-end another, lint other than
mbilslrntlrii werr nof fair In Iho d( Kuhlo, to Congiesi nil It I i 1 1 n dele
tilhutlon of Iho public lands. 'That Kite. IT jou don't want in givo your
the (Unci nor and the Land Ituird iuj-o silt nit. why then, rend ponicbody clco
practically gltlng tho lauds t'i th'i there, who can do tho work,
corporato Inleicrts while thr pour nnl "The Democrats want tho Inrnlgra
the puhl'r veio given iriniH iblo Him stopped." ho rnnt'nucil, "Hut
lands. Applause pilnlH. I Ibo licpiihh'ciiH want to open tho
i cs. wo iippiicu inr cerium oniric
I !"!,.'v.,Mtl vnr ...nlert lv tho (lover.,..
iiviii, iiiiv-ii iiil' iiruiv. nil u ir
phaslzed the fact Hut Iho, ficoplc ll.o
common pcoplo wrc cn'ltled to a duo
With Ibo cxceiitl'in of Iho iitrhli-l
cite i ally tho meeting, according to'
tho old timers of Wiiltuku wnt tlio Immigration futula reverted for road
largest lint' err gilhcftvl ll.cri. on'tto'V. In this way, ou nnd all the
Market Btrcl A' men t. Kanilio, people will bo cmplnjcd." Appl.un';
Iho last Bc.'kcr bad Hatched It begin, (iMijolcl). ,
to rain". Kaulio and Keawo!ial,u'to);nwc I Mc-
Tho Salvatlo.i Arniv meeting was rumllcK with riillnnlastc rimarUs.
condiuled near tlio Deuiicratlc ra'lv, David Kalakaua.
and, at times It wus feared lint tho
sound of tho diiinis mid bugles mlclit
draw the crowd away from Iloss Mc
Candlcss. Home of DcvIK
On Sunday. Oct 2, McCandlcss und
his party went oter to Pauwcla In nn
nutomobllo. (ieorga IMwards piloted
the big machine until tho Msllko
Ciilch was reached Mallko Clutch, It
must bo remembered was tlio "homo of
Icvtls," according to tho aged Hiwnll
nns, miiiio of whom arc still living In
As tho Democratic parly descended
the gulch. It began to pour down heav
ily. Tho party consisted of Ileiss Mc
Candlcss. Keuuehaku, Knnllio. Nelson
Kupnu, Harry Mossmau and tho Hul
lo tin man.
As soon us Iho machine got down
to tlio valley It refused to budgo. Tlio
occupants of tha big nincliin". except
Kanlho alighted from It. The road
was slippery and miiitdy, making It
very unconifoi table for the Iloss and
It took t lit) pirly about an' hour and
a half to adjust tlio plllklu, they weio
In. They then wont on to Pauwcla.
It wns' nnont 12:30 when the pnity
arrived there. In order to get In touch
with the people, McCandlcss and his
associates wpnt to church, wliero Mc
Camillas and those with him woro wel
comed by tho Ilcv. J. K. Koklpl,
Thu church was fairly well crowded. 1
Tho people, were Just preparing to
leate for their hom?H, when tho politi
Hating been granted permission to
Bpeak to tho nudlenco, McCandlcss
talked In Hawaiian. His speech, trans
lated, was ns follows:
"In tha first place, 1 want to thank
you for tho votes you cast for mo In
1008. 1 am hero again to nsk jou unco
more for 5 our support,
"I want to emphasize tho fact that
n true Christian should bo n Christian
not only on Sundays, but on wcok
days, ns well." Ho next told the con
gregation that ho had talked to tho
Kon.illes who wcro In tho church In
Kona, on "home."
"It Is roported," continued ho, "that
If tho Republicans weio elected at tin
coining campaign, they would do good
work for tho bcn(;flt of tho people
"In H.9S, the (iovernor had tho ills
cietlonary power to give tho public
kinds to the people who wanted them
"Did ho eicrclso this power?'' ho
"No, sir," ho .answered,
"Kaliuhii." murmurrod nn oh) wo
man, who was listening with ihtcrcst,
"Tho present land laws empower tho
Goternnr to uso his discretion In dis
tributing tho public lands, when up
piled for by tlio pcoplo.
"During tlio Bitting of tho Congress,
I went to Washington, On my arrival
tlieio 1 found that thu Delegate from
Hawaii had abandoned his Bent in Con
gres3. Tliut, was ratlior unusual for
him to do.
"Whco was ho thon?" ho asked.
"Why, ho was In Kau, Bollcltlug
vo'oj foi 1910," ho responded.
"In tlio( absence of tho Dclcgat?,
1'ioar, Hatch mid McCIelau weio
there Tlioy woro there oviiHntly
watching their Interests.
"Durhii;. tho consideration of ttm
land matters In Hawaii net by thu
Houso Copi.nlttco, I upjioaicd befoio
It und expicsscd my tlewu on tk.a sub
ject, "The ctmsoquenco wns that tho laws
were amended bo that, toduy, twenty
flto p'oplo can apply for public lands.
Tho (Jovornor under Hits term, Is ob
liged to grant their appIlc,itlonn.
"Another b'ld measure that the Ho
publican administration did was the
fact that It undo a provision, author
ing tho loans of public funds for pro-
tiio law prnwdni that should tho rail
mad company fall to pay back Iho
loans. It was. Incumbent on tho Terrl
toilal Kutoiiiincnt to pay all Iho In
deb ediievs. Thh, of course Included
tl'O lilt IChlH us o!l.
"Kahnliii' wlnt's the nuitlpi-," asked
nn old man In nrtinlshme.it.
"In 1871, I unalllo, tho then iplgn-
Jag k':ij of II iwal died, II was
decided Immediately nfterwnrda to bold
election to choobo n inonnrcli. At thai
time, Qircti Knimn was tlio choice of
tlio people. A certain faction, bow
over, clcc'ed Kntakana, milch to Hie
dlsupi ointment of tlio majorlly of tlio
general public. The llcprCMjntutlcs,
who weio In Ibo legislature, and, who
toted for Knlakutia, wcro attacked by
tho mob. They weio thrown out of
tlio ltglslatltc ball by tho nligry
crowd. Thla prnto.1 then that tho peo-
lilo woro opposed to Kalahniit.
It was commonly consldeicd that
Knlakutia was Iho king of Iho haolo.
It Is tho same tiling with Knhlo,
ho Is the ruler of tho h i dui, niisli in'
"They tl.nT ... . wllh stealing; but
mi. -iii out ii ifii no iiii'i,' couieiiii'in.
If I If. I Hto'ci your proierly, ns they
chained mo with. I wpuld Involiec'i
3jII"iI wllhoiit nny piieihiii
"If you wan' properly fu tlnwill,
vote for tho D'niocraln. who w-.iit tl'io
Datld Kalnkhua. cne id" the retain
ers of tho lato King Kal ik.ii. i said
after the meeting that be was greatly
Impressed with McCnndlefS' spech.
lie told tho II ul lot In man lb.it. al
though, ho belonged tij another poli
tical party, hu would now tolo for
McCandlesi, whom ho thhrks.wlll bo
the best ...an to represent tho Hawaii
an people In Congress.
A number of tho Hiiwalhms icmark
cd also that the lands they applied for
In thu Onniopin homesteads were giv
en the sugar interests of IF. P. Unld
tvln, who practically con'ruls tlio
business Interests on Maul. Instead
of Iho lands they nsked for tlio Gov
ernment gave tho llnwallans In Pau
wcla certain mountainous lands which
nic practically unlit for homestead
Tho Puiiwela pcoplo, who otldcnUy
were convinced by McCandlcss, prom
ised to vote for lilin on election day.
Hctuinlng In tho afternoon thu party
stopped nt Pain. The totcrs, who
weio expecting the arrival of ibo Dem
ocratic leader, wrio walling for him.
IIcic McCandlcs3f was giected by
(ho Democratic leaders, who had ar
ranged for his urrlwil. Like iho other
places, McCandlcss told the pcoplu to
continue applying for public lands un
til their wishes hato been granted.
(lotornor Frcar was cilllcaUy at
tacked fur his unfair ticutiilcht of thu
Hawallaus who want to obtain homo
steads. Tho speaker was applauded,
and, at the conclusion of his bpeecli,
ho iccclvcd tho congratulation of Mr,
On Monday, tho McCandlcfcS paitj
drove up to Kulu, Uliipalakua and tho
adjacent villages. At Kcokeu tha dis
tinguished party stopped and spoko to
thu voters there in a native church.
Although It was ruining nt tho time,
tho voters came along to hear Mc
Cundlcss. The- Domocratlc Boss afterwards
talked to tho pupils of Kcokea School,
whero ho was received by Principal
David Kapohuklmohcwa. Tho moating
was successful. A largo numbor 'of
tho voters being present.
In Ida address McCundlcss urged up
on the pupils to aim for high Idealsj
Ho cinplinslzo the fact that it was ne
cessary for them to build a "homo"
und to help their patents., llo udvls'Jd
them to speak to tlielr parents to get
lauds upon which to build liimics.
After leatlng that place, tho party
wns next contcjed to Klhcl uiiCiu an
other meeting was conducted1 ' In tho
At 7 o'clock In tho evening Mc
Candlcss and li'li political assistants
held another meeting at Walkapu, Dcs
plto tlio Incloiucut.wp.u'lier, tlio native
Huwullaps, c.iiiio along wltli their bab
ies on their back to hear McCnndieas
talk Immigration and lioiucslead pro
positions, Kcattchaku, Knnllio and Naone. who
is iiinnlng for Iteprtscntallvea mado
stilling Kiecchcs. Iloss McCandloss was
well rccUtcd us bo tallied on In. migra
tion. Tlio uudlenca tinted during tho
courso of his speech they wcro ready
to toto for him on election day. This
cutouiagtng news wiib recelted with
(hunks by tlm'spojikor, who ussuied
them that ho would elu'hls best for tho
benefit of ull, If elected us Huwall's
Dc canto til Conui'ess.
Thus. Qlark, un old political warrior
a u u ono oi mo Biuuucii, uomocruts on
Muul captivated thu admiration of his
iiudluico when no begun to talk about
McCandlcss. Ho said that l( wan about
tlmo for tho Hawallaus to vofo for
him, who Is encrgeilc mid willing to
do what Is host for them. Applntisu
J. 11. HAKUOLK.
As it result of tho heavy rains dur
ing the week Just past, thu plantation
resort olrs on this sldo of tho Island
are nil full now, notubly tho Mc
Urydu loscrvolrs und thu big Koloa
reservoir. Tho old residents around
hero now sav that lf It wasn't for
Mill: MrCandlwH nnd the IlMnocrnts
tills Toriltnry would bo entering up n
wiivp or iiupxnmplPd prnsporlty. Oar-
den Jilund, OUvtof J,
Every Steamer Brings Us Something
We arc now showing an extremely handsome and
select line of
Linen Wash Skirts
which we can safely say are the most exclusive ever
Prices range from $8.50 to $25.00
Of tho finer grades wc have hut one of each.
To match the above wc have just opened a choice
selection of ,' .
made of fine sheer materials at popular prices'
Ranging from $2.75 up
SEEiOUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
i ; -i t .;. n '.
(Continued from Jfacei l.,i, ,
occasion by making nhtA.' IV c.ilil by
those who hato lollowcd blni
throiiRb Eovcial c.itnp,ili;iii:, to liato
been Iho best speech y.ilch ho has
ever m.ido III HiirIIbIi Whllo tho Del
CK.eto In tho main eluc.lt on the sumo
Issuer as thutu whle-h l.u tool: up ut
thu uddieas which ho Hindu ut thu
meeting ut tho Ainioiy .hu provlouu
ovcnliiR, hu went Into uioro detail,
particularly on Ibo bind mid tho Im
migration iiiH-stlnn.1, lu icKaid to tho
latter hu pointed out u nu'.v lu.tlure,
nnd ono which lu of the i;re.hcit Im
portance, namely tho fact that tome
thliij; must bo done luwaids (iuicltinK
tho threatening iirepondciaueo ofJ.ipi
Japaiirsr I'crll rulnlid (l.il.
Thu HelcRiito showed thai, if Immi
gration woro slopici, tbMIi'p;inoi,R
population woiitii in u cuniparatii-i-iy
fow yearn hold thd'UiiiJ(Jritj'or thti
totes lu theco Islands Hi their poner.
This could mean but ono thlnir. mime-
ly thu, loss or tho .fra'Sdilht'i - (Phot
ii..iJt.t c,i.,.. .......u e, . ....... iti
umii-u nuima mrjiy UL-ll.lliliy HOI,
especially whero there were only
about twelto thousand voters con
cerned, hcsltutu to do unity with tho'
runchlso rather than to hato this Im
portant military mid natal outpost
controlled by tho Japanese. Thla
would mean cither u purely military
Rovernment, or nuvuriuucnt by, com
mission. To avoid Hill, It was necossurj ' 1(1
strengthen tho noti-Ablutlc voting
population tlio Immigration of Ksiio
pcun immigrants must ho encouraged
rurthormoro, tho addition of biicIi ii
voting population would bo a stop to.
wards atutohood for Hawaii, n tiling
whlqh should always bo kept lu mind
us it most doslrublo goal to work for,
lu dlpcussliig the land ipicbtloii, tho
Delegate tuuk up tho chaigo which
had been mudo against him by Mc
Candlcss, luinwly that hu had boon' In
Kuu doing polities liuteiid of being
lu WnsMugtc-n p.truiiitfnjr.K) ilajjiwlr
iiCfB, whllo the Organic Act nmciidr
ments wtro being taken up there, llo
bhnwed that ho hud ono to Kuu to
attend to a tery important land win
ter, whJiHinnnyiof tlioipoopIo.ieMlmt.
ulstrlct had been In danger of lo.ilng
the binds em which they hud been liv
ing for .1 number of years, when these
binds were to bo opened undor "-o
old Inw, which would g'.vo thot'e who
mid llveu on tho lnnd no prcferoncn
Dlspruiis Ilium's Slaleincnl.
Kuhlo went into liU notion In Ihla
matter In grout detail, tl.owlng Hint
It bad otentually resulted In rjrc.it
1 ikIU to tho Kau pcoplo. This state
ment wn3 homo nut by llettltt, who,
ns a reildent of Kau, In ids speech
III hi III!!
louchcil for (be, corroct,:i9ss of (ho
fncts us rlven by tho Uclcgato.
Tho mi-etliig wua marled by but ono
liltlu tnerdent, which, however, wi
of no such importanco aa to hnto
political effect. An Individual
Clink, a. .Hoard of- Health Inspector,
aic tho crowd wus.dlimuljJliK uftor tho
meeting, cnllol out to Iho I)olcc,nt
challciiging, lu u lather Insulting
manner, tho statements mado by hint
Tlio pejck-ilo,1 Invited him to como up
un tho platform mid stnto his griev
ance, but that ho declined to do.
On Thursday tho Delegate btartrd
oil his tour, in tlio oilier direction, be
ing accompanied ut tho start by can
didates for tho Senate Honltt and
'Kurnandra, und by botoral candidate!
for tho House and tho County unices
Tliurvdny wan tpent in spcccli-iiiuk-lug
ut vurloiM points in I'iiiui, the
night being spent at Olnn. On Satur
day Kuliii'iiuii was t lulled. Ileforo
leaving Hllo tho Delegate ntutcd that
ho planned to get to Walohlnu fl.it
urduy ovcuing, , holding n meeting
thero nt 7:30 p. in., und hating first
held u meeting ut 1'aliala ut about C
p. m. Ho would than hold u meeting
ut Ilommpo un Sunday morning,
whereupon ho would tal.o tho Maun.i
Iji'i us"far 'ii'ii' Knlljia, holding meet
lugn ut tlio various lundlnns un tlio
I'sikibie'i1 louelied them. Her would then
pusu on lo Koii.iiii. Tho Dolcgato
was Inclined to maho tlio Jump front
I'ohal'a hi IiuiindxYrjday,,)o order
Hint bo might' follow 'ctdeo 6ri tfio trail
of McCandless, but It Is posslldo that
ho may tuko In Ilumakiia Loforo InaVj
Ing this Island, nnd lento for Maul
cither from Uiupalioolioo or- Hllo.
WILSON SYS TAFT HAS
KlPT jATY PLEDGES
"Tama Jim" Declares I legisla
tion Enacted Has No
KKNTON. O.. Rent. 17. "T.imn
Jim" Wllnon, secretaiy of ngrliultuio.
in un niiiitobs noro toitay declared lhat
tho Tart aduilnbtrjllon rulflllod every"
party iilatfoim nlcdue. l'rosldcnt Tnft
hu siild. had lus)rlc m-in kecplni; In
good fulth tho loiiiilillcin pbitform
prninltoH und that tho legislation i.o-,
cured durlii'; JiIh ailmlulalratloiiLtamls
wlihont v pni alii ,1: , ,i ,.
"Tho leg'.dlnllin etnrtod during tho
first fifteen mouths of Presldont Taffi
adiuliitstratloii has no puu lei until we
lri, Imr-lr tt Hi.. Innl l.tl.... .......,., ..
nils ovory plutform plolgi and pro
Secretuty Wllsori nK(l:'rj lu kdcfciis
of roiuhlcan policies, '.ist . oiporl
enco with de-niocriillciidinlulEtr.itlon;
ho Biitd, jiibtlllcd oxtrcinB nppichcni
slon Tor tlio wclfaro of tho nitlon If
tho doniocruts should obtain control i'
of tho giWornnieiil. This obat'rvatloii
folhittod n 'glowing rotluw of tho tiK
i Iff law . '
Dlnnk hookR of all nort. iniir,.,a
etc.. mnnufaeturfld In- II n n . . i..
I'ybllsUlnjj Company, IUI'