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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY,, OCT. 11, 1910.
DAILY nnd 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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBES3.
Wallace R. Parrlnjfton, - - Editor
ROCKEFELLERS ARE SEARCHING FOR FATHER OF JOHN D. AND WILLIAM.
Per Mfmih, mijwticrelii U S......9 7H
Prr Ufttr, aiijwhfitlnUS..... 3.uo
Pet Vtr, nnvhrehiU.K. M.oo
Per tent, trot h1 foteinn, 13.00
t CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
rr I Editorial Rooms,
I Business Office,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc
A. F. Jtidd,
A. S. Kaleiopu. ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer, "
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. Nlahoe.
John C. Lane'
John Cathcart". f
Robert W. Shingle :
James Bicknell i--CITY
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amanar
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry -E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simcrson.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waiana'e J.'K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
There is no kind of idleness by
which we are so easily seduced as
that wiucii dignifies itself by the ap
pcarancc ;f business. -Johnson.
Tlio rotirso of true lote never did
Yuto straight. That's tho only wa)
lo bo sure of good got eminent.
Iloss McCandless seems to bo mak
ing u uolsu like blank cartridges.
How mnpy men who spilt their
ticket otw got what they wanted.
Portugal's Itepublic has not long
to lito it ItViinnot preservo ordor nnd
protect lifo and proporty, t
Thorn's only one Federal building
ttlto for tho people of Honolulu Tho
sooner we all realize this, the better
for nil concerned.
Young men should take care not to
use their toto ns u plaything. They
want icsults from the first ballot, und
tho only sure way of getting this Is
to vote it strulght
Postponement of tho Federal slto
cocoiul choice may hat a the happy re
suit of gltlng Kudolph Spreckels oc
casion to rnmo iigulu. Honolulu In
nlwnjs elad Ho se Mm.
When tho Qunrtormnster flenoral
nrrltes, It should be the Hlgnal for
making tho dirt ll In some of the'
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pet Sim Monta O .no
ret Yer, tnywhtie in U.S I.oci
Per Year anywhere n Canada., hfln
Per Ytar pottpald, loiciKft 3.wi
Entered at the PMtoffice at llooolila
at aecond-clatt matter.
.OCTOBER 11, 1010
wnsto places that hnto been waiting
tlio ndtnnce of tlio army.
Democratic tlctory in Hawaii this
full would mean n complete 'disap
pearance of the bottom of the stock
Governor Krenr did well to speak
for himself nnd not, vend bumptious
boy with Ideas of his own Importance
not shared by the business commun
ity. Thnt'H n ureal idea giving llllo its
Independent port quarantine Oho the
crowing town nil the fixings of n city
no the Territory does not hate heav
Hearst's offer of fifty thousand dol
lars tor nn atlatlon prize is n mere
drop in th bucket that William bus
bandy for those agisting In his polit
ical flights of fancy.
Perhaps the President wants Sen
ator Hoot to become Chief Justice of
the. Supreme Court. In which ensa
(ho Insurgent spirit would have to
moto forwnrd in spite, of the courts
Secretary McClellun has merely re
signed ills mlddlo name. That's prob-
J bly the only foundation there ever
Vis for tho nrn that ho Intended re
dgnlng his position with, Delegate
If tlioso Philadelphia champions
lia bqenridcfeated when playing in
Honolulu, the "sports" of tho town
wouhMmte declared tho game was
Bold. out, and refused to nttand any
more git e-nways.
Johnny McCrosson will noter be
happy till he-' has Maunn Ken nnd
Manna Ua encircled with ditches that
will make the old man of tho moun
tains look n sport with his Sunday
necktie of Irish green.
If Prince Tsni is in danger of at
tack, let ctery citizen of Honolulji
constitute himself n committee of one
to guard tho person of the honored
guest, and Incidentally the fair name
of this law-abiding community.
If you want nn oxamplo of publlo
confidence und the Inck of it, look
over tho list of dividends being paid
by tho plantations nnd then turn to
tho current quotations at which tho
stocks nre changing hands.
Tho idea of the Sierra crew know
ing anything about tho Importation
of dopo these days. But some pt them
might tell lots of funny stories of tho
"good old days" when Uncle Sam did
n't figure in tho game.
When it comes to cheering Kudolph
Sprockets while ho speaks for honest
business, out first citizens lino up In
the front row. May wo also hopo that
they practlco It when they roturn to
the privacy of back-office, conferences,
It would be rawther funny if the
ctty of Honolulu refused a $350,000
appropriation after having made bo
many loud noises about the rights and
privileges of this sotcrelgn people.
based on the returns of our custom
Kauai homesteaders bu)o not heard.
fom Iloss McCandlesB slnco ho was
campaigning two jears ugo and told
them to bring oil their troublos to
him und lie would hate It all fixed.
They found that it wa,s easier nnd
wlthnl more profitable to tell their
troubles to n policeman
It Is hardly fair to say that the
Roman Catholic churc'h Is tho loser
by virtue of tho rovplt ugu'lnst ex
treme clericalism in Kuropcun coun
tries Those outbreaks nro a protest
against fossll(zatlon The true relig
ion hni not lost lis powpr among tho
people for right living
Don't let up for a single moment
your strenuous efforts to place a
Btrolght Republican list of oftlclals
Spend Your Money Now
ttlll buy ii
near Palamn, within m
4' , ttnlklng .UstancV'loY' ";
, downtown t
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Kuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal p'ece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Office, is open on Sunday mornings
from 8 unVl 10.
where they will do the most good for
Hawaii Conlldcnco Is u good thing
to hatcjjut otcr-confldonco has been
know n"to..relte soma severe shocks
In tho past. Congressman McKlnlny,
who was stumping tho Stnto of
Maine recently, sent word to Presi
dent Taft that Maine was "safe." No
comment Is necessary. Your straight
Republican toto Is the ono needed to
make Hawaii sufo in fact.
"Everywhere 1 went tho pcopln
are commenting on tho fact that
Theodore Roosotolt, William Jen
nings Bryan und William Ran
dolph Hearst nro nil beading In
the samo direction in their gen
eral theory of policies in tho
crisis confronting' tho 'nation.
Tho question is being ctery where
asked: Is Theodore Roosovclt
laying tho groundwork for n
third party nuilMl William J! j.
Bryan nnd William R. Hearst bo
his colubores?" Correspondent
Chicago Daily News. "
This third party result Is entirely
posslblo and tho logical cnndldato for
President would bo Robert M. Lu
Foil cite Ho is really tho lender in
thq practical application of tho New
Political Thought. .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WAIKIKI baCH Lots with '
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left at $7603
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at $3250
nlco homo J'j
i t i
A Watch Should
" Keep Time
If your watch does not keep
correct time it is in need of
an expert watchmaker.
Our watchmakers are good
mechanics; they have to make
gocd, and they do make good.
Your wateh will' keep time
if you bring it to us.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
ONE FEDERAL SITE FOR
Citizens of Honolulu object to fur
ther tampering with the Federal build
This fact bus been Impressed upon
those willing to learn, by many inci
dents and by none the Import of which
was more clear than Hio action of tho
Joint meeting of thq Chamber of Com
merce and Met chants' Association
held Monday afternoon.
An oterwhclmlng majority of tlioso
assembled to discuss this now est of
propositions on tho Federal building
site, opposed any nctlon or any resolu
tions until tho latest stago of the Ma
huku site troubles tins run its course.
Wo bellcto that tho meeting reg
istered tho oi cr whelming sentiment of
tho pcoplo of this city.
It Is obtloits beyond tho possibility
of honest doubt that citizens and res
idents of Honolulu wish tho Federal
building located on the Mahuka site.
It Is equally true, in tlio estimation
of this paper, that' tlio pcoplo nro in
fat or of tlio enlarged Mahuka slto nnd
of carrying out tho plan directed by
Congress, to tho letter.
Any propositions that Intcrfcrp
Merchant Streets j
NI'.WIH'RG, N Y, Sept. IB. Tho
seurcii for the father of John D. and
William Rockefeller was given fresh
impetus nt tho recent reunion of the
family here. Tho reunion was under
the nuspicci of tho Rocjtefcjljr Asso
ciation of the United Sitatt,of nilch
John 1). Is no u member. Nettled by
the refusal c. lohn I). Rockefeller nnd
his sister, Mis Williani P. Rudd of
Cleveland, to Ml In tho spaces in tho
genpnlogy blank rending "Father's
place-of residence if alive" and "rath
er place of burial. It dead" und "date
nt death," to ryttle the famous mjs
tcrj, D, Heniy O Rockefeller of
Jerome llrooklyn, n cousin of
Jinn - nioted and secretary of
with this ogitiin, any resolutions
lu t ft aril to things that may ot
I ... ic happen, any crossing of
brides before wo como to them, arc
looked upon ns motes that will com
plicate, und delay, und assist In de
feating public opinion, whether so'ln
tended or not.
That's about tho long nnd tho sliort
So proceed with the condemnation
of the enlarged Mahuka site. !-ct the
courts take euro of the situation, since
it "is up to tho courts "
And If It bd found that tho talue
placed on tho pleco of property in
cluded lu tho condemnation Is more
than Congress has appropriated, there
will bo Just as good reason for the
city to appropriate tho additional
funds needed ns there was for prltnte
citizens to make contributions to put
through Illshop street to tho water
front. Meanwhile our-intclllgent nnd fnr
scclng cltlrcpti' should calmly delib
erate on tho desirability of dotcloplng
this city on tho broad Hues suggested
In tho sclicmo ndopted by Congress,
and doing so wlthrfut being urged, or
whipped Into It.
"NEW PARTY" SPIRIT.
i:er slnco tho Republican Insurg
ent mutetnent assumed definite per
sonality and character, 'there hate
been repeated references through the
newspapers and in public assemblies
to the organisation of a new national
New issues are before tho people
and tho only question seems to be
whether tho Republican party will bo
nblo to so shape, ts courso as to re
tain Its former indltlduultty .but
bocomo n medium for the progressive
spirit otahe times
Thus far two men of national rep
utatlon nrc leading a mot emeu t that
they claim may gain such strength as
to be the nucleus for n new national
party. These men nre United States
Senators Jobnathan llourne Jr, ot
Oregon und Robert U Owen of Okla
homa. Tjils now party, if it goes to that
length, will hato ono cardinal piln
clple, ono paramount Issue.
That will bo popular goternment in
Its literal foiiho as against delegated
goternment Tim Oregou sjolcm of
electing public officers and of enact
ing lawn will bo used ns the bnsls for
Senator Doiiruo is n Republican. lie
1 58 isIm
-. m wm
the association, instituted tin inquiry
by mall to learn the dfslrcd details.
Tho strange reply leeched from one
of these, William At cry Rockefeller,
points, ho bellotes, tho answer to tho
question, Tho tin estimation is nlso
being pursued by a man now om
plojcd by John I), and his brother.
Is insurgent nt tnnes and regular nt
times. Yet ho Is nlwa)s a Republi
Senator Owen is Just ns loyally n
Democrat. Ho shows independence on
some occasions, but ho was elected ns
n Democrat and has remained one
slnco ho enmo to Washington,
Iloth senators contend that tho will
of tho people Is not reflected In tho
actions of cither tho Democratic or
tlio Republican organizations. They
dcslro tho pcoplo to actually run tlio
In order to uchloto this end tho
senators with tllclr associates hato
put out n propaganda which It is bo
Meted Is tho foundation for a new
This propaganda Is entitled "Tho
code of tho people's rule," nnd Is a
compilation ot tho tar Ions statutes
relating to tho pcoplo's system of gov
ernment for tlio termination ot abuses
practiced by machlno politics for tho
furtherance of bosi rule.
This volumo has Just been Issued by
Senator Owen It contains tho laws
now enforced throughout tho United
States bearing upon adequate legts
tratlon systems, tho secret ballot, di
rect primaries, publicity nt campaign
contributions, corrupt practices nets,
publicity pamphlets, initiative nnd ref
erendum, recall, Des Moines plan of
city goternment and tho short ballot
In a statement mado by Senator
Owen upon the abuses of muclilno
goternment, lie says:
"Gigantic combinations and monop
olies nro rapidly absorbing tho na
tional wealth and tho opportunities of
life, which ure thus being dosed to
tlio young men and women of tho re
publla oxcept ns tho implo)cs of tho
"If this process Is not chocked tto
will ultimately becomo the servants
of corporate power, or of the Indlvld'
uuls who mo the benellclnrles of tho
'Tlio machlno will not commit sui
cide bj passing n thoroughgoing cor
rupt practices net, or direct primary.
To preterit tho rule of tho tow tho
pcoplo's lule must bo established
"Tho pcoplo's rulo is not tho otor
throw of reprcsontntlto gotormnont
It Is tho perfecting of repiescntutlvo
goternment or delegated goternment
en ns to lcqutio tho icprosontutlte to
represent the represented under pen
alty of dismissal for lnofllclency or
' ' This Id not a partisan question, but
ll'ft'vmrt Ara.t . IV... A.n.Kwl.
William Rockefeller, to wrlto n his
tory of tho Rockefeller family. This
man Is Aaron It. Icwls, a handwriting
expert of New York Mr. Lewis, ac
cording to the declnrntlon of Dr.
Rockefeller, plans to get his book Into
shnpo up to the point concerning John
D's father, when bo will put tho mat
ter Bqunrely before him, William
Rockefeller and Mrs. Rudd. Al tho
election of officers Ilunjamln F. Rock
efeller of Canon City. Colo , was mado
president, Harry Rockefeller of Mont
gomery tlco piesidcnt, Henry C. Rock
efeller of llrooklyn second vlco presi
dent, Dr. Henry O. Rockefeller of
llrooklyn secretary, W. Gardner
Rockefeller assistant secretary, 11. U.
S. Rockefeller trcasuier, Dr. Rocke
feller historian, Miss draco Rocko-
, feller necrologist nnd Mm. John P.
Wnlkcr custodian. Tho noxt reunion
I ttlll be held in Potighkeepslc.
Is fundamental righteousness la gov
ernment." Tho beauty of this propaganda Is
that It fits in poreclly with tho woik
that Is being done by tlio' Republican
party In this Torritpry. CltlzenB of
Hawaii hato only to toto tho Republi
can ticket to strlko al bosslsm und
moro firmly establish government of,
by nnd for tho pcoplo,
(Continued from Pajte I)
classing, It Ih asserted nil tho Kast
Indian potentates and South American
comic opera figures that nro tho 'do
light of Now York comedians nnd
cartoonists. Kirnm 11 is Just finishing
tho last leg of his tour of tho world,
taken partly for pleasuro nndx partly
for business. Under tho last head
romrs his successful efforts to nego
tiate thu salo of $200,000 worth of
peards, which ho consummated In a
manner ttoithj of u Wall street, finan
cier. Tho falling exchequer of tho Bui
tnn's exchequer itvns tho. ennso of his
pearl selling, which toqk, him from
I'rnnco to tho. Now York Jowolers.
Ocorgo Adp first brought Klram II
Into fame by his comic opera, "Tho
Sultan of Sulu," which was moro or
less fanciful. Slnco then his attentions
to Miss Ailco Roosovclt at tho tlmo
of her tlelt to tho Philippines served
to keep him in tho publja eje. Ho
owns to having nt one-fllgio had, four
wltes, hut bays that ono is enough
for him now. m
STOCKS STILL .'M
(Continued from Page 1)
nro speculators lo unoad boforo tho
market gots worbo Rrokors do not
uiitlcipato any big unloading of secu
rities by tho laigo Investors, wh6 are
confident that the stock Is valuable
and who do not speculate for the
conipnrntltPlj Riiinll profits to bo
mndo ihi) h) d.iv
No further decllno in Wahlun was
notod This stock was lower) ester
day than It had been slnco January,
"1S09, not Jnnuury, 1910'so was stated