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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1910
j DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
At 120 ICing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
, Dally' every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OP THE
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
J Editorial Rooms, - xloo
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole.
A. F.-Judd i
A. S. Kalciopu.
'HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
t lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcalli.no,
K Norman Watkins,
, William Williamson,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. Mahocr.
John C. Lane.
Robert W. Shingle
- James Bicknell
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Ebe'n P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
t&Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupbko Frank- Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa-rrL. K. Naone.
' I secjn the world two heaps, one
fit vnij,nr !, ln -nt liannjntt.a Tt
J lift "VJ "" " .".JH.U.V...
I; pis Jmt' little I can" do to take front
F ! the onj heap and add to. the other.
kbut let me do wliat I can. John
j yt Newton.
l (let tho lirotiiirt club meetings
moving and the members working. I
Votn Ftrnlght Kcpubllcan. You
t can't gunrnntoe Hawaii's prosperous
future in any other way.
' Kauai is no garuen
such political weeds as
Candles Is trying to sprout.
Colonel Itoosevplt has at last taken
to the'' ilyltie-tn'nchlnf bb a' means
tior rcitciiiiiK new wn" iff cunnuer.
Thero'a no place, on oarth where
Itlw person of Prlne'q T'b;i could be
Pas safe from harm us In the city of
, ; -J
producers of Hawaiian sugnr should
festnhllsh n grout refinery nnd fight
tho Sugar Trust.
porno chauffours seem to think
(thnt "they are doing the public n
rRrent favor by not going onto the
Jsldownlks to "get" them.
Our Hultnn Isn't much to look at.
Vlliit nil Americans nro ready to
fcro'dtt'jtlielr follow citizens with ue-
Uni? "Bome-nunklns" 111 their own
fiown, -cv !...
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
tti Sit Montot... t .Ro
Per Vr, anyvrbeictnU-S I.oo
Per Yr. fcnywhert n Ctntdi... I.no
PirVnr (mtpatd, loitiin 3.wi
Office, - 2256
lntnttS M lb PottoSc at Hooomlo
u iccoad-clul miller.
.OCTOBER 12, 1010
Think straight Republican, (let
tho habit. Then you will bo cer
tnln of voting strulght Republican
nnd thus pined the government In tho
hands of progressive officers.
A political coward Is the worst
kind. State jour convictions to your
neighbour nnd vote for progress nnd
prosperity promoters whose names
will be found on tho straight Uo
It Is possible fur1 Itoss McCamlless
lo fool some of the people nil til
time and a lot of the people some of
tho time, but he can't fool etiougr
of them at the present tlmo to win
Rudolph Spreckels didn't hava to
tell Honolulu that tho Sugar Trust
Is corrupt. Hut he might have told
us where wo should spIL our sugar
If we refused to do business with
the much.desplsed trust.
Items McCandless got mighty cold
comfort- from tho Democratic Sena
tor from Colorado. Mr. Hughes up
holds both Immigration and tho pro
tectvo tariff. Whore would Iloss
McCamllcss stand among such Demo
crats In Washington? ,
Judging from the action of Mr.
trues of New York, tho Old Guard
will rcfuso to play unless they have
It nil their own way. Ab the Old
Guards of the country aro mostly
arm lit, they probably won't hurt
un)ono by staying out of politics,
nig Business" 'Is usually honpst
when It follows out tho policy of
MVq Kfcl"hef Live. When lllg Ilus-
Iness .tries to dictate everything from
tho price of n pound of sugar to a
pound of nails, and thus cut out tho
Independent small dealer then It Is
properly known by short, ugly
WORK FOR YOUR PRECINCT,
Registration being complete, tho
next thing Is to get out tho voters nnd
jeo that they vote straight.
Ktery man who understands the
political situation knows thnt thn
coming election Is by far the most I in
Itortnnt that has over been fuced by
the people nnd the Kcpubllcan party
of tho Territory of Hawaii.
There has never been n tlmo when
It was ho vital to tlio future welfare of
theso IslandB, to business and tho
business men, tb work nnd tho work
ers, thnt the people should place
themselves, squarely on record for the
continuation of the protective tariff
and nlso for tho contlnuauco ot Immi
gration of Americans nnd Kuropeaus.
Tho Republicans stand for tha pro
gressiva policies. Tho i Democrats
are squarely opposed und uro agitat
ing for retrogression.
There nro rent Issues at stuko.
That these Issues shall be decided
Intelligently, It is mandatory that ev
ery Reputillcnn constitute himself n
worker iii tho cause of prosperity.
It Is perhaps too much to expoct
that all tho Republicans will perform
their full duty, but It Is certain thnt
the otllcers und active members of
tho Republican preclnctclubs should
stnrt put Immediately on n thorough
and nggresslvo canvusB of ovcry voter
registered In the precinct.
This i's the year 'when tho party
workeVs an'd mn'ntigers should know
oxuetly where every voter stands, ns
regard n every candidate on tho party
ticket. , f ,.
It Is not sufficient that n houso to
hou80 canvass bo made on the Dele
gate alone, or the Mayor or tho Sup
enls6rs alone. The Republican man-
- ulimilil Irnnw n urnok luifnrn olon.
llllv , llr(;fB-fi.nro, nf ovnr-v w.t-
or on eyory candidate.
A large amount of this nil-important
detail can bo done by tho regular
party workers, but thero still remains
u very largo share that can only bo
done by volunteers from among those
not ordinarily engaged In, such ciftu
pafgn nctlytles. . , -(
Tins is who re tne precinct ciuu or
gonlzntlons fcome In, und where they
should bo mado espcclully off'ectlvo
will biy n nice 'homo '.
near Palnmn, within j
walking distance ot '" f
Trent Tritst Co., Ltd.
Tw6"Brtd four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu nvenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal p'.ecc of property as
to location and size for n pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' "BETHEL STREET
Office is open on Sunday mornings
from 8 unVl 10.
Our so-called good .citizens who do
not Include personal political erft.rt In
their usual line of duty should re
spond to the cnll of the precinct clubs.
They must respond, if they expect re
sults tills Fall thnt will bo to their
Politics won't run themselves. If
you want tho final count to show n
mnjorlty on tho right side, each man
must get Into tho campaign nnd do
If ho would hnvo his effort used to
the best advantage he must work
through tho organization, whoso
members nre keeping In ns closo touch
ns possible with tho voters. They
can glvo suggestions for making tho
effort productive ot tha greatest good,
nnd they nro nlso plcnscd to locelvo
suggestions from tho patriotic citi
zen, who, while ha is ready to talk
and suggest, Is nlso willing to work.
House yourselves. Don't bo think
ing too much of what tho other fel
low should do to bring the election
John Judy nnd Marty Kerchor,jnnd was charged with n felony. Corn
both of flerniantovfn, were killed! well jg accused of alienating the nf
two wiles from Franklin, O., recent- fectlons. of Illco's wife, Mrs. Mary
ly when their nutomobllo wns lilt chnmplln Itlce. A warrant for Corn-
by n rallroail train.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
r. , it --s
"MAMIO" DlSTRiCT, lOlWAIO
lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WA1KIKI BEACH Lots with
GO feet 'frontage. Two or
three left nt $7500'
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue, i
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at. $3250
Fort and' ITefcbJrat 8trenti,0t, Mb.-:1. .-
K Watch Should
If your watch docs not keep
correct time it is in need of
an. expert watchmaker.
Our watchmakers arc good
mechanics; they have to make
good, and they do make good.
Your watch will keep time
if you bring it to us.
H. F. Wiehman
& Co..' Ltd.,
Accused By San Franciscan of
Playing Part of Gay
"Illlly" (W. H. Cornwoll) fnrnieily
of Honolulu, is In trouble. Ho has
been nrrcstcd In Snu Francisco charg
ed with nllcnntlng n loving wife's af
fectlons. As Coinwell v.ns horir In
tho Islands and had many ot his Mens
of llfo Inculcated here, tho following
from n San I'ranclsco paper of Octo
ber u Is Interesting:
Wllllnm II Cornwoll, n floiist nt
OTnrrell nnd I'owell streets, was nr
a former newspaperman' In this city,
rostod In the Jlnnx snloon yesterday
afternoon by Detectives Sullivan and
Drollctte on complaint of Archlo Rico,
well's nrrest wns Issued by
'''.. 1 - ' ' '
iiiuiitri illliftTiNi' iiijinf iilitfliiliMiiiiiiii
Judge-Sh61tull, Who fixed bonds In
tho sum of 11000 or $201)0 cash Mil,
The complaint alleges a violation of
section 2C9 of the Penal Code. v
Hlce resides In Herkcley and hai
two little children. According (o the
Information received by the police
from Hlce his wife met Cnrnwell In
the early part of last May while visit
lng the lattcr's florist store to pur
chase nn orchid. The ikiIIco say that
Mrs. Ittco has subsequently lived with
Cornwoll lit various apartment fioutes
In San Francisco, during which .time
she has visited her homo nml.qhlldren
but once. , '
Cornwall's fnthoi1 was a Major on
tho Staff of Kfng'Ka'lakaun. and was
a man of considerable property. Corn-
well -was educated at Trinity School
In this city, nt Phillips Andover Acad
emy, Massachusetts, nnd nt King"
College nnd School In Ixndnn, Kng'
land, lie was married elePn j-cars
ago on the Island of Maul and enmo
to this city with his wife In 190tl. Ho
worked In Interior towus, nnd last fall
came heo and occupied n flat nt 1141
Hyde street. Last Noember Coin
Well's wife mortgaged her property In
Hawaii for $3000 nnd gao Cornwoll
the money to lnest In the florist bns.
ness with John Slovcrs at OTarroll
n'nd I'owell streets.
After the meeting with Mtb. nice,
according to tho ikjIIco, sho lived with
Coijiwell nt tho Wellington Hotel, nt
the -Montclnlm Apaitments and other
places. Tho pollco nllego thnt Mrs.
nfce. who has an Independent fortune.
gao Cornwoll $1000 In cash on June
11th nnd has given him presents of
jcwuirj- null nppurei.
Rice on Warpath.
"If It wcr not for my children,"
said nice yesterday, "I would hnvo
killed Cnrnwell. I have done every
thing I can to bring my wffo to her
senses, but Without success. On Au
gust 24th I began suit for itlvorco In
Oakland, This man Cnrnwell has even
been posing as mself nnd tnklng my
District Attorney Flckert Is gUIng
his personal nttention to the case, nnd
will. It is said, actively prosecute the
felony charge against Cornwoll.
W. II. Cornwoll, who was arrested
on the charge sw'orn to by Arthur
Itlce, was released at 9 o'clock last
ovenlng on $2000 ball, furnished by
"Spec" Sullivan of McDonough Bro
OVER BY CAR!
Horse Took Fright at Broken
Shaft and Drivbf Fell
'F om Seat.
This moti.lng nt 11:30 o'clock n
Japai oko iri.ned Innmoto nnd n ery
na 'iw escape from sudden denth. It
appiu that the man was driving' a
wngon loaded with goods along King
street nnd, when opposite the fertil
izer works, the horse beenmo fright
ened nt something nnd. Jumping to
uue side, broke onu of tlio shafts.
As soon ns the animal felt the shuft
glvo away, It becamo frantic nnd, get
ting from tho driver's control, dashed
along tho street. Tha Japanese wns
thrown from his seat on the wngon,
nnd fell right In frbiit of tho vehicle.
Tho front nnd back wheels on tho
right hand side passed over the un
fortunate man'g stomach und ho wns
A hurryup cnll was Sent into tho
police stntlon nnd, as the patrol wag
on wns away on another ense, the po
lice department automobile went
rushing off to tho relief of the Jap
anese. Officer David inudo record
tlmo down to where tho man was ly
ing, and quickly picked him up nnd
took him to the Queen's hosplinl. It'
was found there that although no
bones wcro broken, thero Is every
probability ot tlio Japanoso having
HUHtnlncd Intornal injuries. He was
admitted for trcat'mcnl und at' latest
was doing us well' us could bo, ex
pected. -'- ' - " .
Tho attempt of U I.. McCandle'sfc,
tho Democratic noes, to sccuro tho
connection of n sower Uj-n place own
ed by himself nn I'aunht street by
special. privileges has failed. Judgment
ngalnst him lmvlnfj been Signed by
Clicult Jndgo noblnsonvon his 'peti
tion for a writ of mandamus dliccted
against Marston Campbell ns suttcrlii'
te'ndent nf( public works.
McCandless wanted tho Govcruhicnt
to glvo n sower connection after ho
had refused to naV the rates In nil-
vanco, s.omotlilng thnt Is demanded of
nil cltlzehs hut something which Mr.
Candless jiiiriiosoil tp cscnpo If possl-
Ho ciossed out .that pOitlou of tho
contract that specifies that tlio rates
.nliall bo paid In advance mid In ac
cordance with the schodulb specified
by tho department and It Is on this
basts that tho contract wus refused.
Ilepnty Attorney, (lonornl Sutton
ibpiesented tho Territory In tho caso.
9VDULLETIN AD8 PAY-
v. if -' t'-r
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ,
licit IlAitkft, Miss, "Words nro Inmloaunto to express rvlint
Iiydlu V. lMiikliiim's Vegetable Compound lias done fur me. I
Buffered from 11 femalo dlscuso and weakness which the doc
tors snfd wns enticed by a fibroid tumor, mid I Commenced to
think there wns 116 heir) fW inc. f.j 1II11 K. IMhklmm's Vegetable
Compound mndo 1110 n. well woman uffrr nil other inenns had
tailed. My friends nro nil usklntr.whnt lias helped mo ho much,
nnd I Kindly recommend I,ydla H. Plnlilirtin's Vegetable Com
pound." Mrs. -SVlllio Edwards.
'Hnmnfttcnd, Maryland. "Bcforo taking IyduvE. Pn'khnrn's
Vegetable! Compound I was weak. nnd nervous, nnd Could not
bo on my, feet, half n',.dny without suffering. Tlio dbctors told
1110 t never would bo well without an operation, but Lydln, K.
lMiikham's Vegetable Compound has done more for 1110 than nil
th'e doctors, and I hopo this valuable nlcdlclno' may come Into
the hands of inaiiy moco sufferingwomen." Mrs." Joseph JLI.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to usthat these letters are not genuine and truthful
or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published witnout
their permission, or that the original letter from each .did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For 30 years T,ydlr K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been tho standard remedy for
femalo HI?. Xo sick woman does Justice to
herself who will not try this fninous medicine.
Made, exclusively from roots und, herbs, nnd
has thousands ot cures to Its credit.
Mrs. PInkhnm Invites nil slck-womcn
In wrltn linf- fiii- nilvln,. ftltA tins
guided thousands to health
Auarcss iiirs. i-initiinni,
HAVE A KICK
Not Given Police Protection
By Jarrett's Political
Homo Rulers who havo been hold,
lng polltlcnl meetings nt Kakaakn and
Pauoa nro wondering whether thero Is
such n department In tho municipality
of Honolulu ns n pollco force. If thero
Is, then they wnnt to kilow whether
there nro pollco olucors In existence
If thero nro, then they want to know
whether theso officers uro prohibited
by th6 Sheriff from attending the
Homo Rulo meetings.
If they are. then they want to know
why tho policemen nro receiving
All theso questions havo been
brought thynigh tho absonco ot filier
Iff Jarrett's men from Knkaako nnd
Pnuoa, whero tho Homo Rulers havo
held meetings during tho past fow
At their meeting last night at Pau
oa, no ftfflcors w'Cro present. The
meeting, which had been orderly, wns
Interrupted by Ijavlil Manuel, a Demo
crat, whoso character Is well known
to tho pollco. After n few speakers
had had their say, Manuel, according
to tho Homo Rulo loaders, began to
Intcrfero with tho meeting. Although
ho wns politely told to keep quiet, ho
would not listen to tho suggestion.
Thero wero no pollco officers In vlow
to keep tho peace-of tho night, Man
uel claimed that ho was" the Demo
cratic Boss of thnt particular precinct,
nnd that the Horde Rulers, nt least,
had nn business to como there nnd
tell (heir political story to tho Pauoa
lies, who, ho said,' are subject to his
"Oily mil" White was addressing
tho audience, when Mnnucl without
nny provocation broko up tho meeting
by passing uncomplimentary remarks
nbout tho Home Itulern. Somo of tho
people In the audience who wcro pa
tiently listening to Whlto. got angry,
ami walking up lo Manuel grubbed
him by tho thmat and told him 'to
shut up. Manuel was too big a man,
physically lo be shut up, and tjio trou
Mnnucl and tlfo Homo nulo general
mixed things up for nwhllo, until
Mnnucl wns "floored. Ills speaking
tube wns so tightly closed that ho
throw up his bands in despair. , Ho
was then rcleusod,
All this pllikla. according to tho
Homo Rulers could have been pro
vented, bnd the pollco officers. Or nt
least, ouo ot them, been theto at tho
Chas. K. Nolley, tho Homo Rulo
leador, this morning scored tho iiollcoj
1 ' iiiWJliHdteiiluwirii itimfi
free or Charge.1
Board of Supervisors Plan
Campaigris'for Pure Milk"
and Food. ' '
A far-reaching health campaign Is
planned by tho Hoard 'of SuporvlBors.
and yesterdny afternoon their Idcus
crystallized Into orders for Immediate
action. Pure Inllk nnd puro 'food
stuffs Is tho Blognn they havo adopted.
rollowlng tho piogram decided unaiP
yeptcrday, the now -nllk ordlrianco
will be enforced vigorously "nfterJan
nary 1. Tho Inspection of dairy ficrd-in
on Oahu will bo completed by thn:
time, tho dlscnscd animals wocdedout
of tho herds nnd the Inspection win na
longer bo superficial, ' Thd present
policy of tho board Is to bo easy In
the enforcement ot tho law In ordor
not t() brlivs on a milk famine. Ry
.January 1 many of tlio h'ei'ds will bo
piactlcnlly 'lenewed by tho addition
of tested animals.
Resides tho milk campaign, tho sup
ervisors will also take up plans for
better protection of foodstuffs placed
on salo in tlio markets. Recent In
vestigations by Chemist K. I), nian
chard havo shown that moats ns woll
ns other food-stuffs nro not protected
fiom lllcb. City Physjclnn Mnckall.
nlul Supervisor Logan will draft nil
ordinance' which will require dcaler.i
In- food-stuffs to furnish ndequato pro
tection, , Willi tho board actively Interested
In the campaign for health, nctlon may
ho looked for nt once.'
Aceordlug to tho Garden Island,
thero will bo gie'nt doings nt tho
housowni mlng to bo given by W. II.
nico nt his now bench" residence. Tho
Delegate will graco tho sceno wllh his
picsenco nnd thoro will bo fireworks'
dlbplny from tho poaks overlooking
u :: t: :: tt tt : u u a t: a u n u tt tt
'udinlnlbl rulloti under Jnrrctt' for hot
sending ofilcora to U10 meeting plncos
whore n largo number" of pcopto usual
ly gather tqgclh'er fo hear th'o speak
Notley Is thinking of going toKnual
next Tuesday. Returning, ho will pro.
rcoil to Maul nnd Hawaii. The, Homo
Rulers will hold their meeting tonight
nt tho Junction of l.lllhn nnd Wylllo
sheets. Tomorrow ' night, (hoy will
meet nt Uile, tho Mormon Settlement.
PIERCE ABH0W MOTOR . CYCLE
Machines can be seen' at Berger's
Electrical Rlinn ' '
R, C, AXTELL
Sle Agent . 1048 Alakea Street'