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PLATFORMS AND PROMISES
Sonic weeks ago citizens of 'Honolulu calling themselves
Democrats (jot together and adopted a McCandless plat
form. A few days later Candidate Trent lost his partizan individ
uality and privately repudiated McCandless' platform. He's
looking out for Trent.
C. J. McCarthy and other leading Democrats openly re
pudiated McCandless and his platform.
Now conies McCarthy and other Democrats who were
with McCandless in the convention when he framed his plat
form, and declare they will not support that Democratic plat
form. They say they are for their own platform, a new
one contained in McCarthy's statement.
How many platforms have the so-called Democrats any
way? What assurance have the people that these men calling
themselves Democrats will not have a new platform and a
new promise next week, and then if they should have the
good luck to be elected, swear by all that was holy that they
had no platform anyway and were free to run their secret
grafters' government to suit themselves?
Every man cif averago Intelligence)
must realize that tln secret organiza
tion which tliti Democrats liuvc'
worked uii on tho waterfront mid
among the employes of 'tlio City nnd
County of Honolulu Is tlio most scrl
, otiH meiinco to honest government that
has ever been presented for tlio tie
liberation of the voters of this el.y.
That organization means "Joss rule,
pure and sliuplo.
lioss rule here, ns, bus rule In cv-
irj other part of the world, 'mean
1 lNli(im'!it ginerniiioiit, id regression,
mill a saturnalia nf Ui:i!t lit the ex
pense of the tnxpajer.
There Is no getting nway from Raich
.Nut a single Intelligent miin In the.
jlleiijoVrntle l'nrtj who hoped to pro'llt
hy this labor and government-employe
conspiracy Is lgtio.'unt of the
fact that such u chain of power us the
Democratic urbanization planned to
wind ithout tlio worklngmnn oi this
city, wuuld mean ruination of honesty
in government, Inauguration of end
less Kraft, ami the toll would bo jiald
by tlio people.
.Not u,iiiiii ofiueraue ahlllly I'l the
Democratic gparljr, needs In be told
"that "the' secret' political societal that
luivo been forined among tho 'laborer
of tho waterfront, supported by the
pollco force and tlio Democratic
woikors of the load department,
- would. Ktiilrcli tho.Kood naincu. ut tlAi
city of Honolulu anil mor especially
. the K')il .tiunii! of the Hiiwulbin-Anior-
iean voters who control the clector
4, .Vol a single Intelligent Democrat It
Mind In the fart that the premises
, jlluil hate been made lijr, tliosif 'leblnd
I1IIS SClTI'l llllM.'llieill I. Tl' lM.,s,,.l.l.'.j
. , S- - H
Tho whole scheme from start to
llnlsh is tho kind of u giiuio'tlint comes
from the brain of ' it nat iiral-l.orii
'$ grufli-r, mirklng to promote uraft,
j'.- mid honing to lite l.rr Kraft.
., , There .lire? no totwnyn about it.
J' Tho nice hoyii of tho .'Democratic
-party cnnnnt'Kt'lwii on their kneed
A .....I ...... I. in. ,l.n, .III,..', Iflilki.. ,..nl.
(jn'X'' .X parly wna 'biillilffie up an orgunlza
; . i'tlon ronipaml wth whjfli the High-
,er lingo .ihsfii'jaii.fi. u. me ..iipau.'Hr
wns ii pnijer meeting In disguise.
' Tlio real nice DyihocrntH cannot cs-
i.eapo tho responsibility for fostering
t ..this Tainiuutiy-lloss Ittief schemo for
fjrorriiptlii; Honolulu and bringing tho
-woriiing pcopio or uouoiuiu iiiw mi
Industrial war against the prosperity
nf the rlti ami nf the TVrrltnrv.
., v They ifnow. what they were doing.
i I lie) Knew nun tney were secretly
' 4ri'(insptrliig to bring about u strike
among I lie workers of Die uaicrfroiit.
. iiemocrais Know iiiai mey wero in-
leiiuuiK io pay iui in.) vuies oi incse
people with public Jobs, when tho
lobs on tho waterfront worn lost on
'rMlriccounl of tho workers, through D.mii-
dKqcrullCji'anniviiiirp, Having usKed for
(l ruto'ol wages impossible to pay,"
Pfl SU Montas ) .no
P Year, anprhttc In U.S. I.imi
Pet Year, anywhere a Canada... I. no
Per Year lastpald, foieicn 3.x
Entered at the PoatofEct tt Hooolnla
m tccon-i-clais matter.
OCTOBER 24, 1910
is not right,
lleiuocrnts Knew exactly what they
t.'rre doing to corrupt this city 'a nil
u;ciilu:illy land u mail In Washing
loll who Mould inNnpresiiitMliiwiill,
nilsrepri'seiit the Interests , of '"llie
people niiil through n boss jrnle that
hio reputable ciin'imiinlty could itrccpt,
bring disaster upon, the people of the
Islands, hold up tho Industries unit
land tho Territory In disreputu mid
Government by Commission. '
Honest men of this city who liuvo
como In etintnet with tho conspiracy
of the Democratic organization have
stood aghast nt tho trickery, tho dis
honesty, tho outrage that was planned
to bo porpetrnted upon our govern
I! ut this Is no time to stand around
with your mouth open. This Is tho
day for uctlon.
Tlio Democratic party has Involved
Itself in a. great conspiracy. Involved
is too conservative. n term. Tho De
mocracy lias studiedly gone to work
to deliver tho people of this' city, and
through Mils city Uio whole Territory
of Hawaii, into the hands of u Iloss-
niled political machine, with corrup
tion, and pickings front tho public
purse us Its' chief purpose mid ulti
No it- what lire you going to do about
that J Kick the Deinoirals out or put
them in I
.Whut aro YOJ going to do with' mi
QUtllt that plana to'iiccompllsh their
own selfish etuis through the corrup
tion of a wliolu pcopio?
What are YOU going to do with an
iirfferegatlpn that Is ready to ruin tho
good inline of n good and kindly peo
ple In order that tt may establish it-
Be f In absoluto nuthorlty unci put Hh
hand In the public purse?
What do honest people do when
threatened with domination by dishon
est tind corrupt men?
Vote them In or votu them out?
Citizens of llonolulu don't let your
selves run 'uwny with tho Idea that
this secret society business Is "just
political" mid doesn't amount to any
thing. Don't fool yourself.
Tho facts aro absolute faetR, and tho
most alarming feature about tho
whole nffnlr Is ithut otherwise rep
iltubld men liuvo allowed themselves
tu'rrtnaln associated with tho Demo
cratic organization that " Is now
brought Into tho open In Its' true char
acter, not only as nn enemy of tho
prosporlty of tho Territory but mi on
omy of honesty In government,
If you voto the Democratic ticket!
you voto for dishonesty In govorn
lncn, secret society politics, ami, In
dustrial war In I foiioliilu.
That's tho long anil tho short of It.
No Democrat with the reeonl of
these secret political Soclelies behind
him ran uake It different.
No supporter of honest government
cun voto for a Democrat who has
profited or hoped to prollt by this po
litical Bocloty conspiracy, i
A splendid G-room home within
250 feet of the King- street car-line.
lot is planted with large trcesyo-
.cCanu., alligator pears, etc. Modem
' .plumbing- and oth6r conveniences".
Trent Trust- Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nttuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town.
An ideal piece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate notcl. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
OFFICE IS OPEN ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM EIGHT
UNTIL TEN ' '
Twenty-eight true hills returned this
afternoon show tho work of Federal
drain Jury for Its sessions so far this
term of court, nono of tho Indictments
being against prominent persons.
Charges In most cases aro of what
might bo called a minor nature, adul
tery In various forms, bigamy, assault
on the high sens being somu of tho
charges made, and sending of obscene
uintler thiough United Slates mulls.
Most of tho charges aro against Chi
nese, one Russian ami a number of!
Hnwalluns being in tho tolls of tho
It's folly to bn good unless you aro
good for something.
Real Estate for Sale
'" Someone can secure -a nice homo
In KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on its actual cost, owing; to (lie fact
that the owner has left the country
nnd wishes us to make a quick sale.
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
Wc have also a
fort An6 Merchant streets Honolulu, t. h.
NOT BE THERE
fiovornor 01lett of California has
cabled (Inventor Frenr to bo present
nt tho I'aclflc Congress which Is to
bo held nt San 'Francisco on Novem
ber 17, IS mid 19, Ills presenco being
Tho Governor cannot get nway tint
It Is possible tlilit Secretary Mutt-
Smith will bo In California on his way
cnbt at that tlmo and ho will repre
It Is believed Hint tho Congress Is
to t:f1o up two Important uucsttous to
tho l'aclllc Coast, tho l'annma Expo
sition for 1915 and tho getting of a
larger lleot for tho Pacific.
It's an Insult to beg n girl's pardon
lifter kissing her. '
$2000 bargain on
Hon. J. K. Kalanlanaolc.
Chas. Chillingworlli, I
Cecil ;Brown, i
A. F. Judd, 3 ,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanouiu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
S. K". Malioe.
John C. Lane.
s TREASURER ,
Robert W. Sliintjlc
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson;
Waialua C:car Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae J. J. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naond.
Harry IleiiKon, tlio man y)o was
sentenced to one year's Jail this
morning nt tho pollco court, made a
break for freedom nt 1 o'clock this
afternoon and got clear away. All
tlio available pullco o Ulcers and de
tectives arc on the hunt for the ruan,
and tip till 2 o'clocli lie had not ben
lleiiEiin made Ills getaway, while,
tho turnkey was conducting a crazy
patlont to a coUy Tho Instant tin.
guard's hackwus turned, llcnsnu
madOvit dush at tho wall of tlio kit
chen and, grasping tho roof, dragged
himself up onto It and from It mudc
his way to tho outor wall.
Tho next moyo was easy, as tlio
root of mi adjoining building roaches
to within a short distance of the
wall, llcmson got onto tho roof, mid
worked his way along tn.wliere'thcre
Is only a drifp'of a" few' feat" to the
ground From uu alloy at the hack
of a warehouse, It was an ensy mat
ter to got, Into Queen street, am
then all trnfe would bo lost for a
, llcnson left his vest, pecktlo an'
collar behind him. lie wore his coat
a ml pants, which aro of a dark color,
ami his lint, which Is a black one.
McDiiHlii mid his men Iiavo no doubt
that thoy will soon reraptuyo tha
man, ninl thou It Is possible that mi
extra year will bo added to his sen
tence. McDulllo thinks It hard luck that
ho should catch criminals and thon
for them to ho ahlcWft) break out.
THo whole fault lies In tho way tho
pollco station kitchen Is stluated,
and If It wero changed there- would
ho no more plllkln. At least n
diVeri prisoners linyo .escaped over
tho kitchen roof during the last fsw
years, nud it is thought to be annul
tlnto u chhugo wiurina.de,
SHOULD BE RAYMOND.
Kdltor B von big Hullo tin:
The undersigned wishes tp annminco
Io tho puhllo that Iho Htnlemeut on
tho billboard at tho corner of Niiuami
nnd llciettiuln elroets, attributed to
Colonel McCarthy, was signed with
tho wrong' name. It should have been
f)r. J. II. Ilnymond. Ono of my staff,
not being familiar with tho Hawaiian
language, unfortunately got, th6 Col
onel's mime on'' tho wrong poster.
Honolulu, Oct, 2i, 1010,
(Continued from Page 1.)
WOULD VOTU TO PUT TIIK DEM
OCRATS INTO POMTICAIi POWKlt.
Tho whole sche'rno wns Uased -on
tlio Tammany system of Js'ew York
nnd tho Abe Hcuf graft lnyout of
ASjn means of corruptlnsMin pleci
tornto aiid delivering 'nficlty 'and a
Tctjrltpry , o,ydr to .evil atpl corrupt
government, It waB perfect.
Was Working Fine.
Up to two weeks jago. Hie secrot
cousidracy was working; iplendtdly,
Tho Democratic clubs did Hot rec
ognize tho ordinary precinct boun
daries. Tho Democratic precinct
clubs as they are generally and pub
licly known amounted to nothing, as
a matter of fact,
TDK 11BAI. DI'MOCItATIC OK
(1ANIZAT10N WAS T1IK3M SUCIIKT
CUIUS, which In a largo precinct
wero three nnd four In number and
made up of, say, fifty to n hundred
Lunas Worked It.
The bfceret' Clubs wore mado effec
tive by tho lunas of tho Btovedorcs
on the water f i out Tinvlng nlwnys
handy tho list of the members o( the
I'a'cli club member was entitled to
ri many days' work. Tho members
were all parceled off Into allotments
of 'worl.', Wlion a steamer, cumo In
MiA'inVap jjvoro.wnntci) 'to; work tho
car"go't)i: lunas woulil r jtrf the
naTues' of men who nro 'tiichi'ters of
tlio secret societies.
Were Found Out.
Hut tho Republican detective force
finind'nut what wns going on. There
nro now in tho possession of tho aui
tliorllles the names of tho members
of the societies, the pledges-tho men
had signed, nnd,. in fact, the wholo
Of course, legally, tho wholo thing
was a conspiracy, and-If allowed to
gg to Its ultlmnto cud would land
those connected with It Into tho
hands of tlio' law authbrltlcs of the
Honest Men Misled. . .
Republican workers wero salisueu,
however, that many of the men who
bad cone Into tho schema hud done
r'o 'after lii'vlng bet-nonlsjed by un
truthful diaiemeniB, nun noi Know
ing what thoy were doing.
Prompted by this, belief, the lend
ing Itepubllrans began their work of
setting tlio lnborers, rjght. They
showed them f litre the McCandless
promises ato taiso ana mo scneinu
of tho Democratic party managers
Is a threat against good government
that would result in bringing about
action to wlpo out the franchise of
the present electorate of tho is
lands. Tho result of. this argument-has
been that .tho labor leaders of the
waterfront have deserted tho Demo
cratic secret clubs and havq pledged
thcmfclves to work 'for tho honest
progress of tho Territory which the
Republicans nro aiming to maintain.
Whether" the wholo dangor ,of tho
Democratic boss-ship and graft cam
paign is pnsscd can not he told until
thp votes are counted on tho eighth
of November, but there is not tho
slightest doubt that TUB DKMO
CltATS HAD A SCHKMK DKVKI.
OI'KI)' AND IN WOUKINC. OllDKll
THAT WOULD MAKE THE. CON
SPIRACY OI THE JAPANESE
HIGHER WAGE ASSOCIATION, SINK
INTO INSIONiriCANCB. AND
IIRINO THE CITY OF HOXOMJM,
THE MaiStiATUIU OK THE TER
RITORY OV. HAWAII AND OUR
REPRESENTATION IN CQNGRESS
UNDER THE MOST AUSOLUTli
I10SS Ul't.B 'THAT HAS EVER
1IEEN KNOWN. '
"Continued from Pace 1)
tho (inillonco. Tho Kaplolnnl estato
land lenses will bo given particular at
tention. Tho regular Republican meeting to
nlg)it Is nt Atkinson Park, Knkaako,
and nil of the candidates on tho coun
ty and legislative ticket will bo pres
ent and Prlnco Kuhlo will ho a speak,
er If he .finishes nt l.tisltnna hall early
enough. The fourth district workers
find voters wl turn out en masse to
weloomejtho Republican, candidates
and 'rtieh 'mooting promises to be ond
of tho largest of the "canipnlgu.
Tor the rest of tho week inectliiEB
nro scheduled nightly, In thp fourth
and fifth districts alternately," mid tho
ntnnlior of speakers will lie cut doiyn
so that each will have a chaiico to
explain Iho Issues thoroughly. - ,
a I .
Democratic meetings set for tonight
aro at Nuuami and Walklkl nnd tho
usual noon meeting wns 'hold today
around Iho Helliel'strect-soapbox, Two
meetings a night aro sclieiulcd for
me rest, oi uio wecK.
A ripe scholar may live to a greerf
Cathcart, as. he Is viewed by a mem.
her of tho Hnwallan Bar:
it is conceded by the Republican
press of llonolulu that the Republi
can convention of 1910 did Its work
well, nnd'presented to the people of
the lty and county a good, clean
ticket -nt'Uiat -convention the Hon
orabkyJghn Wi Catli&trjt was nomi
nated for, tlio ofllccofciity and Coun
ty Attorney; when his iinmp was
presetued to tho convention, nny del
egate sitting therein had tho right
to "take the lloor and object to his
nomination; thero were no objeo.
lions, and his nomination wns unan
imous, and he has behind him in this
contest the Republican party of tho
City ninl County of Honolulu;1 ho Is
n broad-minded man, and an able
lawyer; he liasfilled tho oinco of
Deputy Atturney-doncrnl of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, nud tho strongest
men In the legal profession have to
acknowledge that he Is a foeman
worthy of their steel; ho has se
cured tho conviction of violators of
tho law from ono end of tho ''Terri
tory Io the other, and If he errs at
all, It Is on tho sldo of mercy. If
I mistake niot the signs of tho times,
error on Iho side of mercy Is not
only tolerated, and unless public Jus
tice demands oxtrcmo measures
under tho circumstances of tho case,
public opinion, appriiveii of merciful
icts.nd asj.thj "jvftjjt of criminal
VoWutlouj Jfsl jtlujp -Jitrcvciitbm of
"crime, rather than punishment, tho
object Is attained when a public
prosecutor exe'rrlccs his discretion on
tho side of merry, Tho projection
of- life nnd property In the hniida of
John W. Cathcnrt. dins been safG
Rliico his election as City and County
Attorney, alftl he .will continue to bo
firm and dlllgentin tho dlechargo of
public duty, mid his1 administration
uf tho affairs of his high nnd respon
sible office I know has mH with tho
npprovnl of a large majority of tlu
members of tho Hawaiian bar, Tho
Republican party asks tho electors of
tho City and County of Honolulu to
support their nominee at the polls
on the 8th day of November, bo
cause he Is qualified and nblo to flit
the ofllce, and because I1I3 admlnli!
trntlou. during tho past two years
has fulfilled tho reasonable expecta
tions of those Interested hi tho ad
ministration of, (Justice. The prlvato
life and character of men Is open to
criticism, but thero aro certain can
vasses which aro not permissible
under nnyi code of political ethics,
and somo of the canvasses tised
against Cathcart are unfair nnd un
worthy of any rcspectnbto politician.
Upon his record as City and County
Attorney for tho.-past; two years ho
goes to tho hi1s, not uponvany part
of that rocord, hut upon the wholo
of It. Ho should be Judged', and wo
should Ijo fdowjtr" condemn a man
who 'has tried to'do h'fswholo duty,
Fomctlmcs under " trying circum
stances. No man Is pe,rfi;?t; no pub
lic official needs to expect' to escapo
censuro from his political opponents,
but he has a right to expect thn
support of his owa party when nom
inated unanimously and without in
jection. Tho steamer Clilrln.nl, owned by tha
Pacific Sfcam Navigation Company,
plying between Panama and Uucnn
Ventura, Is reported nt Panama to
have been sunk by 11 holler explosion.
Soventy persons were aboard. Their
fnto has riot been learned. ,,
Tho packers may'yot havd uso for
the squeal: SUiouls Times'.
"Pnpn, whnt, Is the silent majority?"
'Twcr'monvhcn 'teero; 1st it womnn
proHent, .my: - Bon'-IJoUpn Trn-
Prices Cut in Half
To make room for new
'fjoods.Vwe Ka've marked a large
line of fine '
" WITH ENVELOPES
TO MATCH yt
at HAlPiPRIOE. This is less
than objrt 'to' us,but!we need
the room, This paper is sold
. in box lots .of 120 sheets only.
We do not break the. boxes.
A good opportunity to get
some fine wrifl'ng material at
a ridiculously,' low price,
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