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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 191t.
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As the Spanish proverb says:
"He who would biing home the wealth of the Indies must
carry the wealth of the Indies with him," so it is in traveling
a man must cany knowledge with him if he would biing
homo knowledge. Samuel Johnson.
HAWAII MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN LA FOLLETTE
r AN MAN.
Olllclal announcement of Senator Ii run National Convention. Moro thiui
Kollcllo's candidacy for the Presidency that, II In Indisputable (lint In nccom
.la a most Important one to the He- pllshmcnt, whether it lie Judged good
publicans of I In vntf, because tlio only or bad, Mr. m Koiletto was a leader
occasion un which tlio people of tills of tliu Senate during the etra session.
Territory-liao any opportunity to ex- To lilm was turned over tlio shaping
crelto the franchise In voting for the of the Senate's course In conference
President la through their delegates with the House on the wool bill and
to the national nominating cotivcn- other Important matters. In some of
Hon. theao Ills carefully laid pluns railed
Itcpiihllcuus of Hawaii must tako of execution. Ilia alliance with tho
sides n4 between Taft and l-i Follcttc, Democrats went to pieces, with con
the tnrirf-suppnrting Republicans and sldcrnhlc Injury to IiIk prestige. Hut
tho tariff-revising Republicans, tho fact rcuialna that ho was more
Tlieie will be strong Influences prominent than any other Republican
dr.iulng in both directions. Willi I .a lender In House or Senate. And et
Koiletto will probably be found the the Trlhuuo declares lilm u timid iloui
Insutgent Republicans of the United ngoguo, and tho President, the leader
States Senate, William Kent and other of the party, Is going out to Iji Ko
Insurgcnt HcpiihlUnns of Congress. lctto'H own Slate to make speeches
lleliind the scenes, uorklug liko a against him or his policies.
Trojan, will be Jtudolpli SprecUels, wiicn beforo In tlio lilstory of tho
who has been mio of la Kiillvlto'a en- iiepubllcnn party wns there such an
thunlastlc supporters slnco ho has extraordinary situation: Thcro liae
undertaken public work.
Among tho national Journnla sup-
porting la Koiletto will bo tho Amrr-
lean Magnrlno, wltli which Hay Stan-
nurd H.iker Is associated, and Collier's
Judging from what l.i Toilette nnd
tils associates hnvo said at ono time and Cleveland may bo recalled, but
or another, tlio combination will prob- tu,ro tho parallel is not very close,
ably nttatk tho sugar tariff vigorously, Tho truth Is that tho split in tho par
iind Hawaii may enmo In for n share ty between tho Progressives and tlio
of tho criticism. Conscrvnthc Republicans has widened
Judging from sonic things that he 8tcnillly during the session Just closed,
has said of late, Uoosevelt thinks bet- and Hint within a year of u Prcslden
ter of la Koiletto than ho did while tlnl campaign it tlnds Itself rent in
President, but to ono who rends tho twain, whllo thn lender of tlio revolt,
Outlook, tho magazlno seems tn bo despised and hated nnd reared na ho
very miicli Interested In securing tho Is by most of his colleagues, lias found
Democratic nomination for Woodrow himself moro and more In tho popu
WIUou. lar eo. llo Is naturally tho kind of
Iji Kollette Is a great man. As tho mn f ttom "stories" nro written,
lender of a nnv political lino of only six jears ago, ns wo recalled tho
tliouglit he has mailo n success, nut
ns tho Hhniillnn Is heen licrfl in tlio
Paclllc President Tnfl Is an nhler man
and n safer man for tho Presidency at
this time. Ho is u man who under-
stands the now and broader rcsponsl-
billtlcs of tlio United States better
than any man In public life And am listened to by thousands tho conn
Taft la tho man who should linvo lln- try ocr, particularly In tlio Mlddlo
wall's support as long ns ho rcninlns West, whero ho Is ranked by somo ns
In the running for reiiomlnntion. political Moses, the innn who moro
Of tho man I-a Kollette, fow moro tinn nny other has liolpcd tho peoplo
Interesting characters have over been ( rl,i0 n ,,ncP 0f tno politicians. So
known in our history. When Con-
gross closed its oxtra session, tho
Washington correspondent of tho Now
1 ork Trlbtino spoko of him ns
"humiliated demagogue" whoso "Indo
clslon, timidity nnd persnnul umht
tlons" havo disgusted his colleagues.
Of this commont tlio New York
Evening I'ost (Independent) said ed- rovolutlnn. Sent nftor seat has boon
itorlally: (emptied, ns ho onco prophesied would
"A foreigner reading this charact- be tlio case; and ns tho veterans havo
crlrutlon might well presume, that tho disappeared tlio younger men have
pcreon bo described was cither u po- (nino forwnrd In a wholly different
litlcnl enemy or nn insignificant poll- Senntc. 'Other Senators hnvo won Im
tlclan scorned of nil men. Instead, It portant places for themselves in
was about tho most-talkcd-of Itepuh- a single term. From tho beginning Mr.
llcaii Senator that tho Trlbuno's cor- Itoot has ylolded great Influence, and
respondent wrote, n man who Is u enn- his torm Is not yet half over. Hut
dldato for tho Presidency and will that same dogged persistency, that
havo somo votes In tho next Rcpubll- snmo unshaken refusal to know when
"The clinging typo of girls Is dis
appearing." "Yes, modern woman, with her mini
. orous hatpins, is more like a cuctus
, than a vino."
1 dreamed Inst night that jour
mother wns 111. m, anything 1U0re to do with you."
SJie-pBruto; I heard jou laugh in "That's all right. I've novcr ex
your sleep. peeled to usu lilm moro than onco'
timed .1 the rotloffici .1 llniMlotil
m etonl-clus miller.
SEPTEMBER 8, 1911
i)Ccni of courscj schisms nnd bitter
buttlca over patronage. But hero tlio
epilation Is'ono primarily of party pol
u,., th the Insurgents led by a man
nm, ,as th0 confidence- and backing
of a great Republican State. On tlio,
Democratic sldo tho feud between Mill'
other day, his associates gnvo lilm,
nn hid nrrUnl In Wnslilngton, tho least
conspicuous chairmanship nvnllnble,
and trusted that ho would busy him
HOlf exclusively with tho Potomac
iHlt flats. Today, la possession of
th0 best seat in tho Senate, Ills words
oxtrnordlnnry u rlso smackB almost
0 the romantic
Hint so rapid limi complete u
1 ulinnitn li.aa mnm nlini.l In Danntn T fi
I'ollcitte's status in tho Senate must
nrguo certnln powers. Truo, ho choso
wc ,,, ,mo to cntcr mt ,, Jn
tho ii.mt six venrR It has witnessed n
"Will you lune another potato, Miss
"No. I thank you."
"I'lcaso do. Itenlly wo can afford
"Hut (Irlggs thinks you arc his best
friend. If Mm lure him Into maklmr
.i.is boneless Investment ho will never
ho wns beaten, nnd tho fatnl courage!
of Speaking tho tiutli ns ho sees It,
that li.no nil helped to bring lilm for
ward politically, li.no advanced Jt
Koltetto In tho Senate In tho fnco ot
bitter opposition nnd distrust. Kveil
somo of Ida Insurgent colleagues hao
at times been unwilling to speak to
lilm, a lid yet sooner or later tho
wounds wero healed, at least stlflicl'
eiitly so to innko a modus vhendl pos
sible. And with tlio hatred of him
much fear is mingled.
"For Ui Koltetto not only seems to
nchlco his ends; ho will .do Bomo
things that the people Insist In their
blindness on remembering. Thoy nro
uwnro that ho was tho author of tho
llrst direct primary law, that of Wis
consin; that tho railroad lnws ho drew
and hnd pasbed in that State hnvo
soncd us models for many nnothcr.
They know that ho told tho truth
about the Payno tariff from tho be
ginning, nnd (hey nro certain to think
well of his efforts to pass the wool
bill and to lighten other tariff bur
dens, etcn If his prestige us a leader
was a good deal shattered In tho clos
ing da) s of tho session, and ccn
though he, like the other Insurgents,
took u wholly wrong nnd Inconsistent
courso in tho matter of. Canadian rec
iprocity. At n distance, people can
not be expected to pass upon n man's
sincerity as do his colleagues; nor
(an they measure the fuH extent of
Hint undoubted personal ambition to
which the Trlbuno's correspondent re
ferred. Il Koiletto could, says an en
thusiastic blogrnphor, who counts him
tho originator of tho whole great po
litical revolution going on In this
country, hnvo been tlic premier of tho
Wisconsin bar, "but political llfo was
Inevitable." Thorn can bo no ipies
tfon ot I.a Kollcttc's lojnlty to Ui Kol
lette or tlic sincerity of his belief that
ho Is predestined for tho White House.
To pass as accurate Judgment on
this man's character, Ills soundness,
or his nclilocmenls, Is not posslblo
at tlio present time. Wo would mere
ly call attention to tho cxtrnordlnnry
phenomenon that ha Is nnd suggest
that his Is ii power to be reckoned
with. It was prophesied foui- years
ago In tho last National Convention of
the Republican party that ho would
wrlto tho platform of tho next M)d be
Its candidate at a later time, A Prt
of tho next plu'iorm ho nnri ins m-
singont nllles havo already wiilten,
nnd It must not bo forgotten that,
Jeered ns he wns fiom ono end of tlio
States to tho nlhci, when ho an
nounced his candidacy for flmernor
pf Wlhconsln, he vim subsc.'li'ently
threo times elected to that o III re. llo
la for goernlunt in tho open, oven
In Congress, nnd for rovcrnnient by
tlio people, and that tills is a winning
platform, If tho man unon It Is really
ti no to his professions, la iibvloiiB
enough. As It Is, despite obloquy nnd
criticism of every kind. Just and un
just, tho fnct remains fiat this "timid
demngogus" has aious.'d public Inter
est to a rale degrco nnd cxeittd nn
Inllucnco on tho lawmaking of tho na
tion which usually comes only to men
of long service and fur moro Milld
rubllc rights In water sources
should be fully protected by tho Tcr
rltorlal Oovcrnmcnt, but tho Qovorn
incut should not bo forevcr-aud-n-dny
determining what tlioso rights ate,
After four years and moro of rjulb-
ling on, n nter rights nnd land prob-
fi.m ... I.'i.ii.m.. l.'.M.nl ( I. A I ttwn n .1. S ,
is at last getting the situation dawn
to n proposition Hint gives results
Hint nssuto progress. As tho Knpia
problem is about to bo settled, a iiucs
Hon Is raised on water rights In con
nection with Important dovclopmont
work to bo carried on for Oahu plan
tation on this Island. It would bo a
public calamity If tho Oahu planta
tion project should be held up even a
fraction of the tlmo Hint tho Knpaa
business has waited. Hotter innko
mistakes of action, than to spend
yenrs going over and over u subject,
and then bo by no means certain that
ovcrythlng Is absolutely perfect. Iot
tho Government's rights In tho Oahu
plantation matter ho determined
promptly nnd wltli n duo regard for
tho development of industry.
Naturally tho Ilullotln doesn't want
too much light thrown on the Inslilo
workings of tlio ihiIIHciiI ring. It 'a
In on whntovor Jobbing is under wuy,
Thoro Is a vnst difference between
turning on tho light to Illuminate
plain facts, nnd classing tho vaguo
Imaginings of a Fool's I'urudiso us
DP TO REPORTS
Ofllclnls advices rcceUed by tho
mall today confirm tho glowing re
ports of tho now gusher that hns I
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on listed stock or on Improved
W. buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
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924 Bothol Street
PINEAPPLE! BAN AN ABM
A Crate ot Six Selected Plnet or a
Lara Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order wa do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wolls, Fargo Express Company)
been brought In by the Honolulu Con
snlldntcd Oil Company.
Tho flnnl rocord of tho well's How
Is between fouitocn and flficon tliuu-
snnd barrels a day. This Is n high
grndo nil n Inrgo ixirtlou of which
has already round n market nt from
forty to forty-flvo cents n barrel, and
somo ns high as fifty nnd sixty cents.
1 billion, of Honolulu Consolidated
nro very much cheered by this ro
turn ns It establishes tho value of
tho company's property nt tho hljjli
estimate on which tho larger holders
hnvo placed upon It from tho first, 11
shows Hint 4he oil of a high gr.nlo Is
thcro in largo quantities, nnd this Is
what makes success in tho (ill busl
Land of Puupueo
t Manoa Valley
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now air the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. tti. to S30 p. m. on week
daya and on Sundays from S to
10 a. m and until 11 every
night for ships'
THE DEVELOPMENT OF;THE
hat long slnco passed the experi
mental stage. The present fin
ish product Is an unqualified
success, and a necessity in every i
Our Thermos bottles keep liq
uids boiling. hot for 24 hours, or
ice cold for 72 hours.
If You Havo Scalp or Hair
Trouble, Take Advantage
of This Offer,
Wo could not nffnrd to so strongly
endorso Itcxall "9,1" Hair Tonic 'and
continue to sell It ns wo (In, If It did
not do nil wo claim It will. Should
our enthusiasm carry us nwny, and
Ilexnll "03" llnlr Tonic not gho cntlro
satisfaction to tho users, they would
lose fnltli In us and our tttatomenls,
and In conscqucnco our business
prcstlgn would suffer.
Wo iissuro you Hint If your hnlr In
beginning tn unnaturally fall out or
If you hnvo nny scalp trouble, Hcxnll
"03" Hnlr Tonic will promptly crndl
ratn dandruff, stimulate hnlr growth
nnd provent premature baldness.
Our faith In Hcxnll "93" Hair
Tonic Is so strong that wo ask you
to try it on our positive guarantee,
that your money will bo cheerfully
refunded If It docs not do na wo
claim. Two sizes, KOc. nnd $1.00.
Sold only nt our store The Itcxall
Store Ilcnson, Smith & Co. Ltd.
Thcro Is a now Industry opening up
for the Islands nnd Hint is tho culti
vation of tho kukul nut. Experiments
carried out by Hie department of
chemistry in connection with tho
United Stales Hureait of Agriculture
seem to show Hint tho oil produced
from tho nut is of a better quality
than castor oil. Food Commissioner
lCdwnrd U. llliuiclinrd is sending uwny
two sacks full of tho nuts to tho 'de
partment and they will carry out ex
periments. In n letter" written recently to tlio
food commissioner, K. I Dunlap, act
ing chief of the chemistry depart
ment, nskn for 100 pounds of Alcurltls
triloba or candle or Kukul nuts of tho
Hawnllnns. Ho also wants tho food
commissioner to tlnd out whether they
can bo cultivated and purchased and
tho npprnxlmnto cost.
Tho oil from them, ho states, seems
to hav'o much promUo ns a medicinal
iirciU in plnce of castor oil.
In his answer Mr.I)lanchnrd stated
Hint ho could not get nny price on tlio
nuts ns thcro had nocr been nny snlo
for them. 1 v't
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.'
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model for
the young man.
With tho popular high heel
And all the Crossett com
$4 to $fi everywhere.
LawU A. CroeaatLlncMilBsfliV '
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
. r. . , Agents r t .
jgyisypw' '.Jtj' .,'yy J.-'i j"?
A Last EveT,
in . our
WHOLE on FAMILY
Uberol Installment Payments
SIERRA IN LINE
FOR PALM GARDEN
(Continued from Pao 1)
president nnd general manager, s.iya
Hint all theso Improvements hnc been
decided upon unit Hint tho plans nro
In courso of pieparatloti.
"When wo get through," ho says,
"tho trncler will be able to find on n
1'nclflc Mnll trntis-raclllc liner nil the
comforts and luxuries Hint mo pro
vided by tho best ships In the trims
Atlantic Irndo.' '
Sierra Comic Opera Cnniinnr.
It hns now been suggested that In
connection with the contemplated In
stnilntlon of tropical gardens In tho
Slorrn, Purser Smllh, Dr. Clark nnd
Chief Stownrd Carlctnn might bo In
duced to don Nipponese raiment dur
ing those evening hours when festiv
ities nt the "garden" nr,o In full swing.
Tho Illusion might be carried still
further nnd h unique rendition of the
Mlkndn bo presented by tho Justly
famous Comic Opera Company, not
forgetting Cnptnln lloudtctte, who H
now himself ngaln nftcr a sccrc 111
'ncss. Old Neptune wns exceedingly kind
rid the two hundred or more passen
gers In tho Sierra. From the tlmo of
leaving San Francisco until Diamond
Head ramo Into view tho weather left
'little to bo
desired. Tim company
numbered so many locnl people lh.it
tlmo novcr for nn instant hung heavy
nn the hands of tho most quiescent
passenger. A masquerade ball ghen
on Wednesday evening followed by a
concert last night, rounded out u se
ries of cntcrtnlmncnts midcr the aus
pices of "Impresario Clark" and Ills
Heforo 7 o'clock this morning
hatches were removed und tlic llrst of
2r2C Jons freight begnti to pass ocr
tho sldo nnd through tho ports.
In the cargo arc eight automobile,
I ono belonging to It. O. Tllden, who
hns completed nn extended tour of the
United Stntes In his machine.
The list of cabin passengers brought
down by tho Sierra Is sulil by her nlll
ccrs to. bo the largest over carried
from San Francisco to Honolulu in
that vcsrc! slnco tho Oceanic boat te-
Bttmcil servlco between hero and thu
const. Tho Sierra hns sailed from Ho
nolulu with almost nn equal number
Ono hundred nnd thirty-four hacks
of 'mainland mnll wcro received by tho
locnl postal ofllclnls.
Tho Sierra It Is said will dep.nt
within largo shipment ot sugar, plnea
'Despite tho Inrgo list of cabin pas
sengers, her omccrn claim that thirty
or moro additional pnsscngors could
havo been accommodated had they ap
plied for transportation. '
A three months" old baby girl was
abandoned In the Mrcct nt Drlgikport.
You might say this about
os after a visit to our
Sheridun street milk depot
But It ia all necessary if
you want to bo assured of
absolutely pure milk.
Compare our sclentlfio
methods with the ordinary
barnyard and you'll sea
.why it ia to your interest
to buy milk from
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