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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., TUESDAY, OCT. 23, lDtO.
Evening Bulletin I
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GUTTING DOWN TO
This is the -period when the people arc in a position to
grasp the salient points presented by the political parties
nppcalincj for votes.
This is the period of final analysis when the people "(jet
clown to the brass tacks" of the situation.
Republicans are going forward with a united front. They
support their platform utterances. They make no apologies.
They have taken a stand that has solidified public senti
ment for progressive policies.
Democrats have a different platform for every candidate;
nothing on which any dependence can be placed.
Democrats are In the spasms-of despair to which their evil
and frittery declarations have brought them. -Their utter
ances cannot be dignified as policies.
Democrats find that their secret political clubs have been
- discovered and the schemes for throwing this city and this
Territory into a labor war have been exposed.
So what are the Democrats doing to save themselves?
They have thrown everything and everybody overboard
except a few city and county candidates through whom they
hope to control the local public patronage, and with such
wreckage as they can save try to assemble enough strength
to start out anew with their Bos., ruled party.
The present Democratic lay-out is, to hold control of the
city and county offices and with this combination promise Mc
Candlcss that they will build up a machine with which they
will put him in Washington two years hence.
Now MR. HONEST VOTER, what are YOU going to do
Do you intend to fall into this Democratic trap laid to cap
lure the city organization and through that, build up a force
that will bring on a labor war, a Democratic labor war in the
city of Honolulu?
You say Trent is a safe man, and he is keeping quiet.
You said before that Trent was a safe man. But Trent
was the man who sat in the Democratic convention and ap
. plaudcd the anti-immigration platform of Boss McCandlcss.
Now he is trying to sneak quietly around the corners and
solicit votes on the basis of not agreeing with the Boss Mc
Candlcss platform. He wants to be elected as a Sample.
Do you think for a moment that Tncnt didn't know of the
job that was being put up through the secret Democratic
clubs organized among waterfront laborers? What sort of a
Sample would you call that?
If Trent, being a good man, couldn't do anything but ap
plaud the anti-immigration platform of Boss McCandless in
the convention, what on.carth can he possibly do to check
the Democratic party if voted into power from carrying
this city pell moll, Hell Bent, into a labor war? Wouldn't he
be a beneficiary of the Democratic clubs?
And there is Jarrett. He is a good fellow you say.
But what of Jarrett and the secret Democratic clubs?
Jarrett you say did good work in the Japanese strike.
But where do you find yourself and the community if the
(ihlcT of the city police force is brought into a combination
of public employees, assessed for political purposes, and
waterfront laborers organized in secret clubs and inspired by
the Democrats, with false ideas of the wages that should
lie paid them?
Do you want the patronage of the police force in the
hands of a combination of that character?
Do you want the police force handled in much the same
manner as the Agitators manipulated the Japanese Higher
Wage Association, with the man who is sworn to protect the
community, the creature and possibly the leader of such an
Do you want the Mayor's office and the Board of Super
visors factors in and beneficiaries of such a political combin
ation? , DO YOU WANT BOSS RULE AND GRAFT TO RAISE THEIR
HOARY.xCONSCIENCELESS HANDS AND STRIKE DOWN
THE GOOD NAME OF THIS COMMUNITY?
IF YOU DO, then you will vote for the Democrats who
have no stable platform, who have no natural leader except
a Boss ,who have made and are making speeches more in
flammatory and more dangerous to the public welfare 'than
did the Japanese strike agitators.
IF YOU DO NOT WANT BOSS RULE AND G;RAFT
PLACED IN CONTROL, if you want honest government and
a square deal, you will vote the Republican ticket and vote
The integrity of your motive and the measure of your
good judgment will be established by your loyalty to the
Republican party, whose every candidate should have your
Vote. ; - , - .
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OCTOBER 25, 1910
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MESSAOES TO FRIENDS AT SEA
On Sumliiy mornings
tlio olllco In open
from eight until k
PLAN WAS DEEP
. (Continued from Pace 1)
pany, us might he expected, hail
many of tho secret club inombeis
woiklng In Its omploy. Tho caji
taln of nno of tlio stcamcts has hi)
11111110 on n secret society roll, ac
cording to tho disclosures today.
ltlKht In, the employ nt I'rlnce
Kuhlo was another of tho null who
worn lomirtlng periodically to tho
Democrats and getting from tho
Democrats orders for further secret
Hut It wqs thn tund department
and tho police dcpartinout that mif
fered must. Tho lolls of the clubs,
which hnvo been rlosely examined.
Miow that nearly every hil had In
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure a nice homo
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
'on its actual cost, owing to the fact
that the owner has left .the country
and wishes us to make a quick 'sale.
Cash or instalments, Particulars at
Wc have also a
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
Its sinister brotherhood nt least 0110
member of tlio police force. Anil
here developed nuutlier feature. Tlio
policemen were In a position to lo
used as the go-betweens. Tliey could I
act both for tho Democratic ma-'
uliliiu leaders 11 nil tlio iiicniiiara-iii-.iu
largo. They might secure privileges
for their fellow-menibors.
Tho road department bognn
months ago tq show outwaul r.lgiu
of the rotten condition of tiling.,
within. Utile by Ilttlo the ltepiib
llciuis were dropped from the de
partment and found themselves tup
planted by Democrats or other lte
piibltc.ins who had changed political
fultli suddenly and without visible
reason. This has boon going on for
two j ears.
Five or six months ago tho bnss
rulc lenders became bolder. Their
plans had worked successfully so
far. TIipio were still n number of
Kcpulill :111s etuiiloyeil on road work.
Tho secret snJlcty members went to
these Hcpublic-ans and declared nil
$2000 bargain on
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc. ,
' Cecil Brown, '
A. F. Juddj
HOUSE OP 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. Mahoc.
John C. Lane.
- CITY ATTORNEY
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr. .
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoc C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua G.car Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pallia.
Waianae J. K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
no ild promise to turn
' j would lose their
.urn. Others stood firm
i-iiinn wn sioixi ror ineir rights
we 1 Kicki.1 out cr 1110 rouii depart
Since then tho societies have been
even stronger. They hover took In
mcmborH without demanding and se
curing pledge that tho candidates
for membership would support, and
vote for Democrats. Tho pollco force
was (,1'idually being worked Into
the societies, and on tho waterfront
tho stevedores wcro alternately
cajoled and thieutcned. Kmployes
01 uig dushicks iiruis were drawn
In. Ono of tho leading Hcpubllcan
umpaign leaders found that one or
his supposedly faithful men for
months has been, working against
lilm. That was the condition.
The expose published In the It tt 1
I 0 1 1 11 yesterday was resolved with
remarkable Intorest throughout the
cfty. It Is taken ns tho hardest
blow tho Democratic campaign, has
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OPPOS NO PLAN
Doesn't Favor Strengthening
Forces In Pacific Just
Hegrgc von U Moycr, (secretary
of tltu' nnyy, will prolublyj oppose
tho plan to.dlv.ldo naval forceH'be
IwoPit'tho Atlantic and lMcltlc. This
division, which means 11 strengthen
lug of tlio I'aciric fleet', Is, to be
taken up by a Coast congrosi on
November 17 to 1.,, with' 'Hawaii
represented at tho congress.
In Seattle, where Secretary Moycr
visited the navy yard at ilremcr
ton, ho explained his attitude. It
Is. reported as follows in a Seattle
Vt will be Inexpedient under pres
ent conditions for a portion of the
Atlantic hatUcshlp fleet to he sta
tioned on the Pacific Coast, nnd no
such action can bo taken by tho
Navy Department until tho naval
stations on this coast are adequately
prepared to care for such a fleet,
according to statements mado last
night by Secretary of the Nnyy
(leorgo von I.. Ateyor,
In his address Secretary Moycr
took occasion to nssure those pres
ent of the friendly 4nterest taken by
his department, lu .the Coast and
atso (o'stateithat his visit, litre,. rjul
tho trip! ho will make to San nun
lsco, Is fo the purpose of study
ing conditions nnd outlining plans
for proper and adequate naval de
fense for tho entire Pacific Coast. -
In telling of his visit of Inspec
tion yesterday to Pilgct Sound Navy
Yard, Secretary Meyer commended'
tho yard highly ns 0110 of the few
naval stations In the world with
Eiifflclcnt depth, of harbor to pro
vide for tho construction of floating
drydocks In addition to tho masonry
docks which are a fcaturo of naval
stations. 'Ho called attention to the
fact that the big drydock now under
construction nt tho yard will, when
finished, ncrommodato tho largest
vessel that can get through the Suez
Two Yards Enough.
ino rnciuc uu.isi is iiicky," sntit
Secretary Meyer, "in having only
two naval stations. This means that
the department enn concentrate on
these two yards nnd so Improve and
equip them as to nmko them of
greater' servlco than u number of
stations scattered along the Coast.
"On tho Atlantic Coast there nro
too many yards and It, will be tho
policy of tho department to abolish
Eomo of. these, stations and concen
trate Its work upon tlioso left In
commission, Under prcsont coudi.
tlons on the Paclfi.- Coast the Puget
Sound nnd Maro Island yards can
bo developed to the highest point of
efficiency for the care of tho vessels
of the navy."
Uegnrdlng the) proposed division
of tho battleship fleet, Secretary
Meyer said that all naval authori
ties agree, and that it has been dem
onstrated, that tho battleship fleet,
to be thoroughly efficient, must be
kept In absolute repair at all times.
Bucli a program would not be pos
sible on the Pailllc Coast at pres
ent, ns there nro not sufficient facll
Itlcs at tho Uvo' naval stations to
dock tho ships and keep them In tho
state of constant tepalr necessary.
Ho further raid that tho Navy De
partment Is working hard to attain
such facilities on tills coast, but that
until the stations' heie can take l-arc
of the fleet, It would bo unwise tq
clmngo, the present plau of keeping
the fleet on the Atlantic coast.
Panama Canal to Heln.
When the Panama Canal Is com
pleted, according to a statement
mado by the secretary, It will bo
possible to keep one-half tho fleet
at tho eastern portal of tho canal
nnd tho balance on this coast, as
under such an arrangement it would
ho possible to concentrate the fleet
011 cither coast In n few days.
YOUNG-WAGNER WEDDING TODAY
Ilcvoronil Kborsolo will unlto II, S.
Young and Miss I.yula Wagner In mar
rlago at fHo o'clock this afternoon in
the Central Union church. A largo
number offrlcnds of both tho young
couplo have been Invited to tho wed
ding ceremony, hut only tho Intimate
friends and members of tho family
will b9 present at tho wedding supper
to bo served nt Tho Donna. Miss Klleen
McCarthy vlll net as lady of honor
and lloger Taylor ns host man.
"Dick" 01mg ns tho piospectlvo
bridegroom, Is familiarly known (9
many friends is an employco of tho
Mucfarlaiio Co., and was formerly n
member of tho local customs sorvlco
Tho hrldo to bo Is an Island girl who
Is well known to Honolulu people.
Olongnpo, Sept. 7. Tlio submarine
Adder .ran aground this morning
while entering tho channel leading to
tho naval station here. It Is understood-
that tho Adder Is uninjured,
simply huvlng poked Its nose Into 11
sand bar, several of which are Bltu
ated In thb middle of Hiiblg Hay. Tho
naval t,ug Wompatuck stood by the
Ilttlo submarine all day and at high
tide life Addor was flouted,
Republican Meeting at Kakaa-
..Ro One of Biggest of the .,
Atkinson Park hcjil one of tho
last nlgijt 11 UepUbl'lcuu, rally of
tlio enllre l'Viirth 'District. Prince
Kuhlo, A. S. Kiilelopu, Norman Wat
kins, John C., I.ane, Ubcn J,ow, Wm.
T.. Ifntutltla lln..n...nl.l .t..l... 1....n-
.., ,1,0, iiuiiiinunij siuiiii juiik.
iiouln, Charles Chillingworth, M, C.
Annum, uecn Jirown, K. v, Slilnglo
ntid many other leaders of tho lie
publican nnrtv faced thn rmwtl nun
demolished Democratic arguments
The grounds wern foil nt iipfniln
There were present many Dcmocratx
iinu nonio Iluleis who bad cotnu to
hear for themselves tho Itpmiliilnnn
speakers. They stajed. therci until
a late hour nnd went ayay satisfied '
with every word said by the speak-
Mayor Pern and Ills family wcro
ahiong the Interested snectntom.
They cnine In ah automobile, and,
thinking It Is best to get close to
tiid platform vhero he could hear
1110 speakers plainly, the major
alighted from his machine and went
Into the crowd. He took in tho
speeches,! butViteyOteflkidbst ,of hi
time to shaking' lianiUi)'wHh the Ka
kaakti voters. ' 4 '
Jonah K. Naklla. acting as chair
man 'of iho meeting. Introduced thn
speakers as they ascended tho nlat-
foriirsto atUIicsa the largest nudlenco
that ever gathered at Aik inum
Tho first speaker was A.tH. Ka-
Iclopu. He said that the' Deriiocrats
wore good for making 'nro'mlsM
which they could tot fulfill. lin
advised the M)(ers to support tho en
ure ucpuullcan ticket from the top
to tho bottom-
Norman Watkins. leclslnttvn ran
dldnte,. mado the leading speech or
the night. He called 11 mm liU lmnr.
ers to remember that all tho work
from which they make their living
comes from the. ltepullllcnn firms.
To lnjuro their business Interests,
no said, meant lack of work for tho
people generally. Ilo emphasized
tho fact that tho Ilepubllcan party
has always been 'tho source of thn
prosperity of this country. At tho
conclusion of his speech, ho -wan
A. F. Judd. thO Rmmtnrlnl ..nn.ll.
date, addressed the audience In both
the Hawaiian and Hngllsh language.
M. C. Alnana. whoso eves nrn wt
on a supervisorial chair, promised
10 uo wunrs riglit If ulectedTto tlio
office. Ho was "sure kelaed." Kil.
Towse spoke briefly. ,
William Aylett shouted that May
or Kern Is unlit o occupy the posi
tion of chief executive of thn rltv
of Honolulu. He said that he coiilil
not do anything In tho board un
less his secretary, n haolo, "toucheit
tho tall of his coaC This caubeti
Cecil Itrown spoko on the Immi
gration Oliestlun. Hn nmnrt.,1 thn
peoplo that thcro will bo no troublo
in tlio country, even though tho Im
migrants nro brought Into Hawaii.
Ho mado n stralglit talk whleh-cap-tfvatcd
W. T. Ilawllns opened tho eyes
of tho Uawallani when ho said that
Iloss McCandlcss had 110 lovo for
them, ns evidenced by tho way ho
controlled the Democratic .conven
tion. "If he had any aloha Tor you peo
ple," he shouted, "why did he not
allow a Hawaiian tobo n candidate
for Delegate to Congress Instead of
himself?" he asked.
, "You are right " shouted a group
of Huwallans. "Sure, ho Is too
"Ho wanted toNplsload us," thoy
shouted In conclusion,
Charles Chillingworth, Eben Low.
Harry Murray and jKrahk Krugor
were the next speakers. They each
mado n catching nddress.
Prince Kuhlo, who had previously
spoken In the I.usltnnn Hall, arriv
ed and addressed tho ninllenpn.
.Throughout hls-uipeech ho was fre
quently interrupted with applause
Andrew Cox, candidate for sheriff;
D. A. C. Long, II. W. Shingle and
John C. I.ano also addressed tho nu
dlenco, which was eagerly watting
fqr them to speak. They each at
tacked tho Democratic promlsos and
mado .strong straight-ticket talks.
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