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CVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1912.
THEY HAVE WINNER IN LA FOLLETTE
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BY C. S. ALBERT. j
lfi-clnl II ii I Inn In' Cnrli'mKiiiililire.)
WABIHVHTON. n ('. Dec To.
There will be dowiiwnid icilslnu oi
die wool schc'lulo The duties inns'
lio matcriall) loweiod unci n butter
classification arranged. I
This is the oiJulun oixnls oxprcs-1
I'd by imm of till parties III Congress
It is lulmliteil on nil sides t?)nt tliu
rates on raw wool u III be lowered ami
a tuodifH'a'lon o( tbc duHos on woolen'
goods made. Willi tills imaiilnilt) of
sentiment all tlic facilunn will start
out to neck political advantage un.r
till n ovcry clrrtiuixtaiue in their oaii1
account. Wool wll In- a prominent '
issue In Hie Mi'i X 1 1 '.ri.il i iii'ii i k'i
President Tun began laving the
rouiiOiilloM Im Ilic mil. -e In inil-l
I hi; In Ilic ii ml m i. T nin n,, M,
on Sln diile K 'I hi . illicli.in o:
llut.l IlIlK 8 kill l.ll .-. M.llllll. Sru
iltlllH I'oiin c, Will I ell I'l.l nlliei lj,3-,
I yi R.ega!
1 1 l Shoes
'f I w. K. styles in high and low
' v I White Canvas and
S I White Buck.
pf ' ) 1-4 Sizes
t i LrJb oe Store
K I (i4 g-n Kmg and Bethel Sts.
h. " .
and A Tonic
A family beer that should be
in every home and served at
is made from the best of
materials, is absolutely pure
and properly aged.
Order from votir dealer
The J3ccr That's
iQQUir inc .
uulnr Ito)iililu.iiiK lniiueill,itel ilo
elai il thai the material tollrrlril b
ibe T.ulii lloird liidlc'Jiril n means
l which loner ilntlos on wool ami
i I'Uiiiriirtines Iheieof nilBht bately bo
arr.niRoil. Sennlor llilHtow anil the
I'roKicBshcH salil all tho acln rolleel
eil neio In their iosseHtlon two i'nr
i.Ko. when iho lMyiie-Ablrlch act wart
pabseil Thoy were all oxilalncil by
the l.ilc yenalnr U.illlvur. Thero is
iMithini; new In tho rcKirt, l hoy n
bort. Hut they wero favorable to ir
;iiclnK tho rates. Tho Democrats saj
the Tailir Iloanl IIkiiicb will bo eoin
I'liieil with their own, but In any
enl there must bo downward lovl-
Mul so, wlillo ocryboily taken a
iliffeient lew of the ieiort all nio
a.-rocil that a bill muni bo HPiaicd
. ml p.Mxed rcailjiiiftliiK tbo wool schu-
The holiday recess la utilized by tho
teriff experts of all factions In analZ'
iib tho data submitted by the Tarlrf
Roanl. Kach faction Is IiiivIiik Hh
own special lino followed and a frame
work constructed nboo It to Justify
Tho Wjiys and Mentis Committee
Is tindecldcd whether to rush ahead
villi a new wool bill or flist take tip
tbc steel schedule. It Is pioposed by
"le committee to placo Iron oio on Iho
ieo list and mako a Koncral redue
'loii of 2,, per cent in structural steal
.ui'l all other features of tho uclicilulc.
It Is rcRiirded as ceitaln Hint l'io
siilent Taft will veto any bill mo.llfy
iniT tho steel schedule until nftor the
Tnrlrf Hoard luvcstlRiilcs that Indm
tiy mid submits a report. Tbo same
Is true of all other schodulos.
Tho Tariff Hoard Is now arraiiRlufi
lor an exhaiistho Inquiry into tho col
ton Industry. This will consume from
1 to 18 months. It Is not bcilovcu
tin nppioxlmut,e report can bo Ilic I
l.eforo tho adjournment of tho picscn'
Thu Ways and Means Commiltco Is
iiielliied to luko up siiKar ami do hoiiic
I'.ownwaiil ielliiK, but It has been
tepcaleilly wnmcil (hat no data can
io furnished by tho Tariff Hoard and
rresiiicniwiii not npprovo imy
Do you belch or bloat?
TRY THE DITTCR3
Dinottion weak bovvol
TRY THE DITTCR8
Havo you malaria, or fever
TRY THE DITTER8
Ii 68 years old and has help
ed thousands back to health.
It tones rebuilds nourishes
For sale by Ileuson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd, Chambers Diur Co., Ltd., llllo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
measure on that subject tint i 1 nctentl
llc figures are supplied The Demo
crats arc not licxIlalliiR because of
Hist reason, bill on an omit of tho
fact Ibal many of their number do
I'nl favor any chance In iho siigai
schedule at this time.
IVY NEEDS THE
WASUINlTJO.V 1) I Dei n or
it.il importance to th m tiutcnaiice
of the I'ulted Ktulcx l'.i. in. Ilcrt Is
the itieitlii of opciiliii,' tin Mutamika
and Ilerlni; river oal lldiW, says the
pa master KPiienil of the n.i.. TIkm.
J. Co ft I c, n bis nnmial rcpurt in whlcb
li reeonimrii(N that cverv effort bo
used to obtain lieeesMiry l(Kiilattoiiuud
npproprlatloiiH lu opciutc tlu-sn llehN.
The rpport says the opcratliiR of
milieu In these llelils by irliite enter
prise idiould be encnurnRKl In the hopu
of lnaKlio; the coal suppl of tlie l'u-
clllc C'o.ifl" a (orliilnt.v.
Several xesxeli on the r.iclllc Coast
liaxe been (leslRimtcil to lUterinliin the
Plllelciicy of WpHliru and Ilrltlsb Co
luiulila' CoaH, mid tliclr cxpcrliuenls
Hill be unfilled with luterext by till'
Wo never yet saw a baby that was
capable of learnliiR 10 per cent of the
iiuecr hlnils of laiiRtiiiRo women let
out In talking to them.
If Rrlndstones woro abolished per
haps fewer boys would want to lcae
Advice From Health Boards Re
garding Danger of Rats
Health boards in lc.idinfr ciliet arc
starling a crusade againit rats, as
the greatest dancer to both prop
erty and health, carrying disease
germs into the home.
Erry citizen should aid In ex
terminating rats and use Stearns'
Rlcctric 'Kat and Roach Taste (en
dorsed by health officers) and Kill
off the rats. ItJi$ also sure death
to ;nicc, cockroaches, waterbugs and
other ci mill. Money back if it
Sold c rry where. He sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $1.00. Stearns'
i Electric l'aslc Co., Chicago, III.
We Solicit Family
. A Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
King William V.O.P.
Usher and Dewar
After Wisconsin Man's Tryout
In Ohio, His Friends Wax
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special llul let I ii Corri'siKjiiiKtice.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dee. 10.
Tho PinRiessUo ltcpulillr.lns aro lea-
Houahly hnppy now, Inning tried mil
Henalor l.aKollotto as a drawing card
In President Tntt's own home, Stale
of Ohio, Thoy hao been planning
for months to send Mr. iJil'olletto on
a Hpeechnuiklng tour and determine
!iy results Just how ho would develop
s u l'icsldeullal cntidldatc lu opposl
Hon to Mr. Tall. Tho whirlwind lour
"f Mr l.arollcttc was framed up to
eoiiKiinio four days, during which he
would inal.0 clRht big speeches In
Ohio. Ho entered the Htuto at lb"
Northeast corner and 7.lg7.iigKcd nciosi
It to the Southwestern comer. Ho
Mont Into Ohio at Youiigslown, l)e
comber 27, wheto ho spoko at noon.
1m tho cloning he nddiessed a gioat
i'ltdlcuco at Clcxeland. Tho oilier
dales and places wcie:
December 28 Noon, Norwnlk or
Hljrln; evening, Toledo.
December 211 Noon, North llalll
inoro or l.linii: evening, D.iylou.
December Jill Noon, Hireling lo be
aiianged; iweiilng, ('Inclnuall.
Ponalor Lal.-ollelle was glien a joy-
mm welcome, In the same manner iih
any oilier celebrated orator mid stump
(iiioakcr would lecelvc. People turn-
imI out en masse to sco nnd hear, Tho
PirtgiOfcHlves affect lo bo greatly en-
rouiagcd by the sueecis of his lour.
Thes say other slnillnr speaking Jour
I'cys will be arranged. Thej profrpss
lo bellovo Unit Mr. Lafolletto will wt
become a formldnblc, and probably
hiicccsKful opponent of Mr. Tuft's Tor
the Republican nomination. 1
Taft'c Friends Serene. I
The friends of Mr. Taft aro not In
the Ient disturbed by tho Invasion of
Ohio by Senator IiKolletle. Thev
say tho people- wero Incited on!) by
curiosity when they turned out to
hear him. No lasting Impiesdon was
made, they declare, and thu Stale
delegation will bo solid for tho I're
m..e. . le-noniiuiuioii wneu tlio con-
vcntloii meets June IS.
That Pension Bill.
Tho passage or the Sherwood pen
sion bill by the Hou'so has alii red up
n nlco low nil mound. It-wont through
011 the Iniizn that every veteran of
the rlvll war should bo given one dnl
ar a day during the remainder of ht3
1.10. And then It was figured out bv
the Si'cietary of thu Treasury that
s-.nie ?!0,0no,(iuo would bo nddod to
...u lui.eiiiiueinai cxpouuitiires each
j.ir oy me pnjsi-ed cnnclment. This
mis seined tho Republicans tif tbo
ociirtie, who are between two hot fli.-s
u" me piuiiii-siiiuii 01 rejecting or ac
viiiiik hh, nieasure. inoy nro In n
desperate situation fioni a liolitlcal
vtniidpolnl, as icfimil to concur will
be arc opted as a deeroo of abandon
'.icul by the old Mdillors.
nnuiign me iiemoeratlc House Htornach or Con'tlpalcil Rowels. Cas
..ashed the Sheiwooa bill Willi gieal ' ealels belong In ovcry household
i.Hiinimllv Itepicsent.iiHo Ttnderwojd,' ciilHiuu lust love lo tukn them.
the inajiully leader, has since s"ived g
Mwoi.il nolrs or naming. He ban' nimii c POntAIMr HAT
epeuly lintlllcil his iisr,pI.,i, ii. ir rlirlLb UHUViINlj i'Ai
M10 dollar a day pension bill hcponiesl
.1 law It will piovem mi) public build
lugs bill, or anv rivers ami liarbniin
allowaiKes at tills session. In .-ulill.
lion, he asi-eits. Hie nppiopihitlnu for
Iho naval establishment must be ma -
I'Tlnlly lediiced .(ind virtu illy all hew'"! t-tbools Mrs I'JIa Tliiifg Young,
woik nl (iff, 'pi,,, $i;ii,i,no,uin milsti Atioidlng to the reports, 20 .iblblren,
bo saved Ii) ceononi) lu ipganl to ranging In age from Hi to 1.1 years,
other Hems pupil- In one of Hie North Side schools,
In addition, Mr Underwood served
iioIIpo lint 11 public bultdlucu bill was
not liccessai') in ail) event lio salJ
Iho Supervising Aichltccfs Olllee la
noine llifi-f )Pars behind with It
and Imported Wines
stcf arlane & Go.,
woik and no mote money can bo Judi
ciously utilized for that pot hid Jltf
believed no moio public building
ihould bo authorized until the Tret
.iiiry Depntlnient forco IiiIiirs llssharn
of Ilic work up to date.
Tho double warning scried by Mr.
ITinlerwood Has generally tilled states
men with dismay and regret. They
appear lo bo without un kind of .
"poik bnr'l" In sight and Just how to
propitiate their constituents at homo
without sonic sort of a present from
tho public tteasury Is Iho pinhlei.i
Ihat confronts and worries tlicni.
He Scores the ProbM.
Hepicsenlallve Fitzgerald, ehalimin
of the Ilouso Comniltlec on Appio
lulations, also sillied up inucli diit
by attacking the general thirst for
linestign.lions. He said over body had
gone mad on the sulieet mid wero
pushing II to such an olcnl as lo
tlireatpu serious cilppllni; of (he Mipit
available for annual appropriations In
'he rourso of his ussaiill Mr. Mtj:
gerald declined the Stanley steel eoni
lultteo expended $2,700 a nioulli; tho
post olllco eonimlttcc, J.12." a month;
uio siiRiir trust committee, $2110 n
mouth; tho District of Coliituhln com
lulllce, $ir,n a moulli; tho Mirlous do
liaitnienlnl eomiulttcc, nggicgale, $1,-
17G a inonlb.
In nildlliou therein, special slcno
riaphlc jervlccs wrro coslliig aboul
2,000 a month. Mr. I'Mtzgerald snld
he lcgmdcd this expendlliiie as gross-
Iv extraviiRant. lie said that llmcom-
'ulltees aie paying 25 cents u folio
for this work, and ho kicw Hint nlor
"Ids bad been pill In. In Now York,
"0 said, tho icgutar legal Too was 2.1
cents a page.
STRAIGHTEN YOU OUT
'o Headache, IIIIIoiimic.ss', I'psil
.Sliiiuach, I.nzy I, her or Consllpat-
pi! Illinois by iiiurultig.
Aie you keeping your bowels, llvor
.111.1 utiiitfii.il f.lnnn mil n nn. I fi'nul.
with Cascnrcts. or meicly forcing n
passageway through these nllmcntaiy
or dialnagu organs every few days
with Salts, Cathartic pills, Castor Oil
or Purgative Waters.
Stop having a bowel wash-day. I;t
Cascnrcls through))' deans and rn
gulate tho stomach, remove tho uudl
KC8tU( Bmr ,, rcrlll.nl,llt; f()j lllld
t j.;l8CSi t!,kc t10 cxcctH i,lo frim
tho Jlver and carry out of tho system
all tho decomposed wnsto jnalter and
poisons In tho InleLtlncs and bowels
A Cascaict tonight will mako you
co) K,e,,t uy morning. They vvoilt
hllc you sleep never gripe, sicken
or .cause any Inconvenience, and cost
only 10 cents a box fioni your drug
gist. Millions of men mid women
take a Casearet now and tlicn and
never have lioadar.he, lllllonaness,
coated tongue, IndlgChtlon, Sour
IN FRESH-AIR SCHOOL
cillCAC.o, HI . Dee 8 Decided bcii-
elllb iluncd f 1 Hie "('lieu window
i.i'li"nl rc lod.iy hImiwii In slnllstlcs
' pi I lu Hie hiimli of Siipxijnleiidcnt
were shown to have galuiil a total of
Km: pounds or 5 .S-10 pounds each In
the last three mouths.
The nuen-alr hi bonis whip Instituted
hj Mr- Young, nnd the experiment
being trlid lu four si bonis
-n ..- -,v-r
(Continued from Page IB.)
The fact that Dr. Sun was himself
born In Iho Territory of Hawaii and
leeeived Hie rudiments of his educa
tion at lolaul College, lu Honolulu, Is
noled vvllb pride by the people hero,
and as a circumstance of added Im
portance Is elicit tbo fact Hint the en
life family was iniscd wllhlu tho
Territory the son, Sun JA), now 11
young man lu his early twenties, who
will leave hero shoilly to, assist in
the new republican rcgeme under Ids
rather, and tho two daughters, Ah
Vuen and Ah Wan, thirteen nnd sK
Ai cording lo the Chinese custom,
the family dwelt with Dr.' Suns
mother during tho ninny years' lesl
denco In Kiila, The elder woman !
What (errors Iho long dark yein ,
during which sevi'ral thousand dnl
lars offered by Hip Chineso (Invrin
tiient were over Dr. Sun's head .o.d
lie was 11 lefilgec, going secretly finm
place to place In order to elude In
captors, held for tbo two women it
Is dllllciilt to Imagine, though it is but
natural to suppose Unit the wife, with
tluec young children In her care, bore
Iho brunt of the burden.
Although (he family's lesldence in
China has now iwtemled over 11 peilod
of something like four jcurs, tliey
have probably seen less of the hus
band nnd father than previously Ills
iiiovemenls have neeessailly been se
cret, ami often It was Impossible for
him lo visit his wife nnd family for
months at 11 time. Ills mother died
two )cars ago, leaving tho entire bur
den upon tho wife,
Kn 1011I0 lo China tbo family spent
several days as tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Chung Kim and Mr. and Mts
Chang Cbau, Intimate friends, who
aro among the Chinese uristocraey of
Honolulu. Mrs. Kim Is an educated
woman, giving of her limn and talents
lu the teaching of tho Chinese youth.
From her I learned soino liitcicstlng
bits of Information concerning the
personality of tho President's wlfo.
Mrs. Kim and tho Rev. Frank Damon,
who also knows her well, declare) that
Mrs. Sun Is a woman of noble mind
and high Ideals. She speaks some
Kugllsh, Is about forty-two jpnrs of
age, iiulct and unassuming, and whllo
the safety of her husband and thu
caro of her children hnvo been her
chief thought, Bho Is In thorough s)in
jiathy with her husband's piogresslvu
Ideas, and fully capable or assuming
tho, social duties which In duo course
of time must be met.
Sun Fo, the young son, who Is Im
patiently waiting for the steamer
which will take him to China, speaks
In beautiful terms or his mother Thu
pictures accompanying tills articlo
aie lepinduced through his courtesy
They have been carried lu his trunl.
during his visit In this country, mid
uio highly prlred, particularly tho
family group, which was taken ninny
years ago and la the only copy known
to be In existence.
Mrs. Sun and tho family mo still
In the Straits Settlement lit Pcnang,
where thoy have mndo their homo for
four years. When the wheels of the
nuw republic hare been oiled mid put
iulo piano they will Join the new
Piesldout mid iissiimo the tocial du
ties which their exalted position will
Impose. Tho daughters have now at
tained mi age when they will bo called
upon to play an lmpoitnnt part In thu
social ipgliuc. Mrs. Suu'n fi lends
here decline Hint under her admirable
guidance they will lip fully capable
of gracefully meeting all ieiUlie
nicntH. Hupic.iue Court .luutlee Deemrr of
Iowa was suggested b) the Iowa Hen
jtoM to nil the vacniic) in the t'nlted
Stnti'K Supreme Court
l.llei it me of Hie l'nlted Stales will
be taught for the first time lu South
AniPi'len ill the t'nlverslly of San M.ir
;t'i' at I, .mn, Peru
Red Top ,
Moet & Chandon