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EVENING BULLETIN,-HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, OCT.4.7, 1810.
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Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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AVnllnco R. .Parrlnuton, . - Editor
Prt Month, anywhere In U S 7fl
Per Quarter, anywherf In US.... 2oo
Pei Year, tiyohtrelnUS H.ou
Per VcAiriontittid, foreign 13. uu
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rr I Editorial Rooms,
I c I Business Office,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
' A. F. Jliddf
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA-
I lolin K. Kamanoulu,
. , E. A. C. Long,'
'' A. Q. Marcallino,
js i EdTowse,
, Frank K. Archer,
fc A. L Castle,
i , S. P. Correa,
f ' Edwin Fernandez,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
' S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Laner '
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
i Chas. N. Arnold,
, Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
I , Frank Kruger,
' Eben P. Low,
& ' Harry E. Murray,
, 'James C. Quinn.
f DEPUTY SHERIFFS
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Walalua Oscar Cox ' -Koolaupoko
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez,
joojlauloa L.K. Naone.
An honest man docs hot make him
iclf (n dop; for the sake of a bone,
- it. -r
jS' I'll I l.n ol ili l:i Ik not such a sleepy
town nrtcr nil
, feTulk about grasping at straws!
iTho results of the recent nuto
yecs In the States make bull-llght-ng
look Ilka a game of tennis,
Unlike the chicken and the auto,
llin birds of tho air hnj'e so far suc
ceeded In dodging the aeroplanes.
, Tlioro are -J(ist twenty-two dajs
left In which the half-hearted sup
porters of. Doss
McCandless may re-
tho Democrats make
knowjw.J lie. less tho'ln
.ileTof III! wall wnut to
Xlo death of United Statefl;Senu-
i)UIer Is" a iiutlunul calamity
uijor DolJIver bus a brilliant rec-
for fighting the battle of the peo-
In tlm 'lst tow jears tlls Bfr-J
i naa Jicon a eovern lax on jus
&l9apcWh,Vun,d JiefcoVinnS life'
r "lilIFcountry na certainly ns the
PIBii jvjla Jacca UU enemy on the
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .
Ftt Sit Monloi,.. 0 .no
Ter Year, anjrwhtit In U S. .. l.oo
Per Year, ajirwherr, n panada,, I.flp
Per Year ixxtpald, loteif'n, 3.imi
Botered at tb PottoAc at HoooJftld
as iccondlats putter, ,
.OCTOBER 17, 1010
Walter Wcllman hus nt last got
started, ani( stranger things mlgbt
happen thnn his getting across with
u whole balloon.
Konu Is an Ideal place for tho
growing of prunes, currants, raisins
and tigs. A'e may get round to this
unless Dons McC'nndlcss' freo trade
policy should he put Into effect.
A genernl revision of tho tnrlff Is
undoubtedly to bo looked for Tho
duty on sugar will, t bellec, cortaln
ly bo lowered appreciably In common
with many other things. Rudolph
Spreckels In I) u 1J c t i n, Oct S, 1910.
During the eight months, ending
on August 31 last, tho tnlue of the
foreign sugar Imported Into tho Unit
ed States was J96.900.000. Tut Into
effect tho Democratic iollc of freo
trade in sugar, which Link McCnnd
less represents, nnd where will tho
sugar business of Hawaii he, ns well
ns nil the other interests that depend
Misrepresentation Is the long and
short of the Democratic platform us
dot eloped (by party speakers ou the
flump. ' t
McCandless U misrepresenting his
position toward the Hnwallans, and
he knows ft. '
Others are misrepresenting tho po
sition of tho Territory In its relation
to iijirbpenn immigration; nonia.."o(
th'cni know It nnd others me, unfor
tunate!), not properly informed and
ore like the blind leading the blind.
Misrepresentation Is the position
of nioro than one candidate an the
Democratic ticket, who Is nominally
running on nn nntl-lmmlgrntlon
platform nnd prhately repudiating
Misrepresentation Is what the peo
ple will certainly obtain by otlng
the Democratic ticket.
Is that what J on think will serve
Hawaii's best Interests
OPPOSITION TO IMMIGRATION
MEANS FEDERAL ACTION.
.A oe In Hawaii against Kuro
pcan Immigration, ns outlined lu tho
Democratic platform dictated by
Hosb McCandless, will bo accepted lit
Wns'liltiglon as a ota against Amer
A majority for McCandless will
not only be 'a blow ,at tho reputation
of Hawaii's" citizen population for
patriotism, hut will bo a setback
from which It will tnke jears fot
tho Territory to recover, If It ever
Should Hawaii's voters go ou rec
ord 'as supporting tho Immigration
views jspontorcd by tho Oepiocratltj
lloss, it means mat oiuccrs m mo
federal government will Iow tho
situation 'in these Islands with tie.
rlous apprehension, and Immediate
stops will bo taken to restrict tiio
privilege's of self-government that
hayo been used to' develop a senti
ment against Americanizing tho Is-
Explanations fiom tho voters,
statements that they did not know
how far reaching tho result would
be, will not bo sufficient to stop re'd
eral action. It will ly too late then.
The American government will
look nt the plain, bald, unadultcrat!
ed result. Ofllcials won't ask how
McCandless fould do It. Tlioy won't
btop to Jallc about the complaint of
tho misinformed voters on the wator
front or tho country districts,
Should a majority of our olctlo
rato vote In fajror of McCandless and
Ills nntl-lmmlg'ratlon platform, tho
people in Washington could only ac
cept It ns a declaration that the peo
ple on whom America depends to
protect Hawaii, oppose th,e upbiilltl-
lug of our inausiries Dy cuwon la
bor, nnd opposo tho ilfvelopmcnt of
our country bf it'be.ndaitlon to out
population of nat'lpniiUty who rire eli
gible to become clt'liens.
T'l'ifiro 1fsim ovuilliiB the Issue,
McOa'nilleis ' In ''U'nshlnKtnh could
I fl' t'S ,. -, -- .. ..!. TT..I.
neer iooi inw uaiuvia ui ut" vlfc
ed State's Oovernnient. though ha
should be nblo to mislead the totors
"I '" Termor) .
Wahiawa Lands For Sale
This land consists of n .number of
small pieces of from two to six acres
In extent, and Is closo to tho HaI
way Station. Ih I j in Just tho placo
to own n summer home. ,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth- acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece 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.
Ofilce is open on Sunday mornings
from 8 untCl 10.
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Miss Ah Chuck and H. GJf
Morse Surprise Their
Mr. Cathcart, has lost ono of llio
most important lucmbcra of his nlTlco
stall, Miss Murj Ah Chuck, his private
stenographer Sho Is no longer u
"Miss" now, having been married tu
Mr. Morse. ( M
Tho Inn weio man fed last Sntuiilay
night b a Catholic priest Onlj A lie
ImmcdlutQ friends of the conlrurtlug
parses wero luesont at the wedding,
which wqs rather surprising tu their
Tho wedding. It Is licHtrml, was
uem nuer iuu uumocraic iiiouiUK.
held nt Aula Park. Morso was thciu
on 'ho platform with liltf'othcr running
nintcs. yullko his Usual self ho wad
smiling all tho time.
nd Mrs. Murso nii receiving
tho congriilularionS 0T their friends'
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REAL EStATE FQ.R SALE
MAK1KI DISTRICT, KEWAI0
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price.... $3500
WAIKIKI BEACH lots with
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left at $7500
KAIMUKI r On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at $3250
Fort and Merchant Btrecti
Prices Gut in Half
To make room for new
goods, we have marked a large
line of fine
at HALF PRICE. This is less
than cost to us, but we need
the room. This paper is sold
in box lots of 120 sheets only,
Wc do not break the boxes,
A good opportunity to get
some fine writing material at
a ridiculously low price.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
. ,.FORT SXW.ET,.
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V A PIGIS..SQUEAL
If'PJayed a fy1onientoug"Part in
.,,1 American History,
Tim wnr between this country and
England In 1 Slli was caused by one
urto, mid, stranger still, the small
margin ciima from a pig getting Its
head stuck In n jail fenco It was n
Ithodo Island fence nt that, but built
much like it Virginian worm fence.
They wero hnlng nn election of
members of the legislature lu Hbodo
Island One federalist put off going
to the election nnd left himself Just
time onough to get tlie.ro before tho
polls- closed lust as ho got on his
liorso nnd started for town he (loard a
pig squeal He looked around nnd saw
that tho pig bad Its head Jammed Into
that old roll fenco, and anybody who
knows uny thing about hogs knows
that tho hogs would huvo caton that
pig up if It hadn't-been rescued. The
farmer stopped Ipng enough to liber
ate tho pig, and when ho got to tho
iwlls they wero closed. Ho was too
Harold, eldest son nf Senator Iteed
Smoot, recently married MIkh Alice
N'lbloy lu Salt Lako City. They will
llvo lu Washington. ' "'
r -sz T I-
Republican Speakers Make
Strong, Sensible Talks to
Under the shade of n large kukiil
tree, nnd surrounded b) the Btntcly
cooc.imit trees which mako" Wnlanno
one of tho most famous and pretti
est villages on this Island, tho He
publican candidates, headed by Del
egate Kalanlauaole, held a Bplendld
campaign meeting )esterday. Evi
dences of enthusiasm nnd good-will
were manifested as soon ns the Del
egate nnd his co-workers arrived at
tho depot by the Halelwa train.
Trederlck Mc)cr, manager of the
plantation, and ono of the energetic
workers uf the Republican party, was
at tho depot to greet the candidates
on their arrival. i
lu tho uf let noon tho candidates
and the people of Valana.e, tho vot
ers nnd the non-voters, the old nnd
the young, wero. guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Me)cr, who prepnrcd a luau for
them. In tho absence of other slid,
ter, the ocoanut branches and
lca?s covered tho luau tent, which
Was pitched under the trees.
During the luau, tho Wnlanac
band, ono of tho best musical or
ganizations In the Islands, furnished
music to the cnJomcnt of the vis
itors and the kamaainns alike. In
appreciation of their good work, Sen
ator Chiilingworth collected from tho
people a substantial amount of
money and gave It to the hnndbo)s.
Mrs, Illsliaw and Mrs. Young enter
tained the guests with ocal selec
tions. They went nlong with tho
party from Honolulu.
Speeches Follow luau.
After the luau, which ended nt
nliout " o'clock, Solomon Mnhelona
mounted the elevated platform and
announced the meeting open.
Those present listened with in
terest to tho speeches which were
made by the candidates. The first
speaker was S. 1. Correa. Hewas
Introduced by the chairman as tho
"good looking man" of tho Ilepubll
c .ill ticket. He said that lie was
lead) to legislate good laws that
will be beneficial tu his constituents
and the public generally.
Prime Cnpld, tho Delegate, wns
the next and principal speaker. Thd
Delegate, after greeting the Huwal
lans hern',. Mini, told them of what
he hac' r them nnd for tho
Tp 'tui, .uuitl) during hU term
of office. 1' s.ild Unit ho had done
lili 1 t f the people of Hawaii,
ar ' "ii Mi li) tno iccoias ot me
'ii.., i ., and by tho public print. lie
w "(I-enthuslaO IcuUy applauded by
Ms hearers In lesponse to Frank
Archer and John Kamanoulu, who
asked u few questions, tho Delegate
said that it Is absolutely Impossible
for any man other than ho himself
to get the Queen's claims, whereas
McCandless has been tolling the Ha
wntlans that he would try to get
something for I.llluoknlnnl.
"I am closely rclatod to the
Queen," said tho Delegate, "nnd nat
urally I would like o see her get
tho ch(lms from tho United States
Tho Delogato said . that If the
Queen had only llstoncd to his nd
vlco he would have been nioro thou
nblo to get something for her, his
mint. Ho declared that Link was
making theso statements to tho Ha
wallans for tho purposo of getting
A. r. Judd, tho Senatorial candi
date, made n good Impression on the
Wnlanao people. Although ho mndo
u brief uddress, the Uuwallnns ex
pressed their willingness to voto for
hi m on the election day.
Shingle Makes Hit.
Iloli Shingle, candldnto for Treas.
urcr, made a big lilt with tho vot
ers. The Hawallans who met him.
)csterdny stated openly that Shingle
Will d 'or them.
Jlpi Quinn, tho supervisor, made n
strong appeal to the Voteis to glo
him their support on election dav.
Ho was "sure kelned" by life Hawnt
lane. John C. Lane, the mnjoralty can
didate, well known to the Wnlnnae
people .promised to do what's right
by them, In tho event of his elec
tion. Ho, ton, was piomlsed thejiup
poit of tho otors.
Chnrlcy Atlil, general campaign
maiiagor of tho I'lfth, nsslbtod by
Charley Clark, went along with the
candidates to see to their needs.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Coiintcss Constance Wncliemelstoi
former theoEophlot and companion
of Mme lllaatsky, Is dangerously
111 lu l.os Angeles, Cal,
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ON WAY HERE
Young Massachusetts. Man
Coming to Take Position
In Normal School.
On his way. to Honolulu to ncccpt
u position ns teacher In tho Normal
Bchool, William Morrison, Jr, of Law
rence, Mnss , was midden!) tnken III
and died. Ills death occurred at San
Francisco Tho following Is taken
from a Lnwronco newspaper.
Tho many friends of William Mor
rison, Jr, of 79 Ilodwcll street, will bo
grieved to learn of his sudden death
nt tho McNutt hospital In San l'r.ui
Cisco, Thursday night,
Ho left Lnwronco Wednesday, Au
gust 01, for 'Honolulu, H. I, where
he had accepted a position as teacher
In tho Tcnltorlal Normal school con
ducted by the government. During
his Journey across tho continent his
family received soeral postal cards
from hlni. telling how he was enjoy.
Ing tho trip, tlo spent two da)s nt
Tho famll) received two telegrams
Thursday night from Dr. McNutt of
tho McNutt hospital In San Francisco
Tho first read that Mr Morrison was
seriously III nnd nn operation -was
necessary. The second "road that ho
Ho was born In Glasgow, Scotland
a llttlo oor 2(5 jcarsago, but spent
the- most of his Ufa In Lawrence Ho
worked With his father in the pattern
making bushiest and worked In sev
eral mechnnlcnl shops In Lawrence
He was a practical mechanic, but lab
ored with tho ambition to go to school
nnd become an electrical engineer Ho
graduated from the Lawrence Iron
ing High school In 1000 nnd from
Tufts college, electrical engineering
department, last June.
Ho Is survived by his parents, two
brothers, Andtew, who Is associated
with his father under the firm name
of William Morris H Son, pattern
makers, on Hspex street In tho Mcr
rimac Iron foundry building, and
George, n stenographer with tho J II
Homo & Sous company.
During hlo trip across the continent
tho deceased wns nccoruimnled by Mr
Gcorgo of Ljnn, a former Methuen
boy, who was going to a school neir
Undertaker Colby telegraphed tu
San Francisco )estorifay and tho body
Is being brought hack to I-iwronro
Tho body will bo hero In about n nock
and the tunorul will be held horn the
home on Dodwcll street.
William .Morrison, Jr., wnaVioted
among the )oung men of this city for
being nn ambitions' and Industrious
worker. Ho had excellent habits nn 1
was 'very popular throughout Law
rence, His death Is a great shock to
n host of friends.
(Continued from Pace 1)
passing In his automobile, also heard
tho sjiot and saw tho man falling to
tho giouijd. He nt once Btopped his
car nnd run ncros-i to where Urcdo
was lying. Two Hoard of Health
men nlso ramo nlong nnd tlioy quick
ly Joined tho throng.
Thon, ns the old man lay on the
ground, gasping far breath nnd near
ly dead, one of his sous, who Is cm-
pla)ed In tho garhago department,
cav tho crowd nnd went oor to boo
what was the matter. To his horror
he found his father nt his last gasp,
and heard tho doctor say that there
was no chanco of tho old man living
more than n few minutes.
The ton threw himself on his fa
ther's bosom and tried nut that ho
never thought that such an net wns
possible. Tho scene wns a .pathetic
ono, nnd gently the spectators drow
the binkcii-hcarted son away from
tho rapidly-stiffening corpse.
Coroner Charles nose nnd a Jury
arrived cry aulckly on the spot, nnd
utter rcmoWng tho body to tho un
dertaking parlors, nn autopsy wns
performed Tho bullet from tho re.
oher, although only a .22, had done
Its deadly work too well The lead
en missile had gone throu'gh tho
roof nf the mqn s mouth, nnd men
glanced off nnd hit his spinal col
umn Death was Inevitable, and ho
only lived n qunrter of nn hour utt
er tho shooting,
Tho letter Hint llredn mailed may
throw some light on tho affair, hut
Up till noon the inlsshe had not been
delivered Coroner Ttnso will get the
letter fiom whoer It was address
ed to, nnd thon the reason of Ilrcde's
act will bo known.
Residences worth moro Umn ?1.
000,000 lire to bo sold by the ll
lage tieusuror of South Orange, N
.1 , heciuro of tho lofuwl of their
ownorn (o pay ajMsjments for curb
Week!) 11 ii 1 T c 1 1 ii fl per jenr.
ble torn pound Cured Hqr.
Wllllmintlc, Conn. ".Vor flvo years
I sullercd untold agony from female
trqubles, causiutf backache, Irregular!,
tie?, dizziness nnd nervous prostra
tlonvft. was linposslblo for mo to
'on the wny. 1
tried threo differ
ent doctors and
each told mo some
thing different, I
from any of them,
but seemed to suf
fer more. The last
doctor said noth
ing would restore
mv health. I liciran
taking LMlla 11. Pinklium'B Vegetable-
Compound to see what it would tin.
anu i am restored 10 my natural
health." Mrs. Etta Donovan, Iloi
2TO. Wllllmantlc, Conn.
Tho success of Lvdla E. rinkhnm's
Vegetable Compound, mado from roots
anu ncrus, is unpaianeieu. it may no
medwlth perfect confidence by women
w ho suffer f rpm displacements, Inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors. Ir
regularities, porloulo pains, backache.
Deanng-uowii leeung, iiaiiiiency, inui
gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra
tion. For thlrtyycars I.ydla E.PInkham'i
Vegetable Compound hat beep tho
standard romedy for femalo Ills, nnd
suffering womn owolt to themselves
to nt least givo this mMlcine n trial.
Proof Is abundant that it has cured
thousands of others, and why should It
Lot cure you? "
Handsome Scarfs of fine
f Beautiful lace; wearing
0UE PRICES WILL
Hotel Street, near Fort
LESSONS IN FLY KILLING
Health Offlcei-McNutt Will Ed
ucate the Public,
SAN FRANCISCO, $oit. 1 1. As a.
part ot tho crusade tho lloo.nl ot
Health Is waging against tho houso
fl), tho department ot public health
has begun n campaign of cdiicatlou,
on liiiw iest to rid tho city ot tlm
dlsense-bi ceding pest.
Health O llleer McNutt announced
jesterday that flc Inspectors huvo
been detailed, to placard tho city
with Instructions for the public.
Theso placards hear realistic repre
sentations ot tho busy fly ns ho looks
thiough mngiilf)lng glass nnd lira
printed own n background pf u skull
und cross-bones dono In green.
"Files nro rnrrlcrs ot t jiholil fo
tho placard reads. "It Is up tn )Ou
Jo kill tho fly or ho may canso )our
death, l'laco the following fly pol
rnu lu sauecra thioughnut your
"Ono t.iblcBpoonful of formalin In
ono pint of w liter; sweeten with
Other directions to envor nil ret
iiso In proper receptacles nnd to
screen doors and windows nro given.
Footnotes explanatory of tho plac
ards nro, painted in Slavonian, Ital
ian und (Ireck, nnd tlioy nro being
placed In ull restaurants, markets
und stnblcs In tho city.
Timothy Heal), business man of
I'tlcn, N. Y , wns killed -by his Ad
irondack guldo, who mistook him for
ilk Knit Ties
Fine Golf Shirts
Kam Chong Co.,
Cor. Tcit nnd Rerctanin Sts.