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6VENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, hVYT, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
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' Little minds arc too much hurl iu
cwus o litem and despise litem. La Koclicfoucauld.
ONE VIEW OPROOSEVELTISM.'
Brief cable dispatches from Chicago
bitterness of the fight that is going-on in
been surprised at the sudden outbreak that has centered about Rooseveltism
as well as the remarkable hold Roosevelt has upon the people.
Many believe that Col. Roosevelt may be nominated and they are won
dering what will be the character of the contest that will be made againsl
him. Of all the comments that have appeared in print, we have encountered
nothing which better epitomizes the
York World under the heading "Sane
The World is independently Democratic in policy and generally rated as
conservative, consequently its expression of opinion may be accepted as a fair
presentation of the campaign now being
frcm gaining control of the party, as well as the character of the contest that
, will be carried on in the Fall, should Col. Roosevelt be nominated though
the indications are now that should Roosevelt be a candidate for President
it, will be as the leader of an independent party movement. The editorial
i Cnl Watterson of the Louisville
ftlr. Rro i't is insane and that "the
ror a 'madman to civil war."
i'hr World is well aware, that
tfimon of Mi. Rc-ifvelt. yet ttt: question of Mr. Roosevelt s sanity u far
Ut& imixJtUU ihin the question of the
Wt 'ind nothins especially new,m the
Htn.t., -, .nloitcd bv the PonulisU
5Eli?.tbclh Lease, Sockless Jerry Simpson, James B. Weaver, William V
Allen and Senator Pefler were burning
i imendiary language that Mr. Roosevelt now employs. His indictment of
J our Government was their indictment. His grievance against courts and Con
lathutions was thir Grievance His visimcc and vituneialion wen- their vio-
fs lence and vituperation. His Temcdies were, in effect, their remedies, except
is. for the matter of free silver. That issue happens to be dead, but if it were
I , alive and had any considerable number
vi be exploiting it to regain the. White
,, Populism has been revived in the person of Mr. Roosevelt and it remains
to be seen whether the country is less sane, less wise and less intelligent than
"' if w.i tivn nrranrs aoo.
V Mr. Roosevelt can be elected tos'a third term only by the votes of a
f majority o'f the American citizens who are qualified to vote. He has no mil-
'f itary forces back of him. He cannot seize the White House and establish
.' himself there by armies and artillery. He is a Napoleon III., not a Napoleon
I. His dictatorship, if he gair,sJt, fmist be won at, the ballot-box.
jjjf , ' It is therefore the American peoplyvvho are on trial. This campaign is
"knot a contest between men but a contest between systems of government. All
S the marvellous political, mental, moral, industrial and social progress of the
cf American people has been made underihstitutions that have been maintained
unchanged since the adoption of the Constitution. Under these institutions
i" we have thus far worked out the great problems of democracy with a measure
of success that the fathers themselves could not have hoped for. , slavery itsell
was destroyed and secession suppressed without altering in trie slightest degree
the essential character of our constitutional government.
. ,. Mr. Roosevelt now proposes that
and undertake an experiment which
never failed to end in disaster1. prrareritl hundreds of thousands of Amer
ican citizens agree with him that our' institutions are a failure, that the Con
stitution is a fraud and that the Republic is, a lie. As Louis Napoleon told
the French people that "the Empire
Rooseveltism is democrary.
No more insidious appeal was ever
I' discontented populace, and upon the
K tentative government in this country is
Make no mistake about the gravity
I' .L. A . ! I
uucsuon mat American ciuzensnin nas
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,qt the most serious questions that a
(face. If Mr. Roosevelt is elected to
"of government, if not the actual form,
p revolution that makes for reaction, not
; Air. Roosevelt s state of mind
discussion of alienists, but the main
Vis insane but whether the American
$ in his, rest the destinies of the Republic. ,
The Bulletin would add by
fuestinies of the count''.' safe in the
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. JUNE 10, 1912
little things; great minds are quite con-
give our readers some idea of the
the Republican party, and many have
situation than an editorial in the New
waged to prevent the Roosevelt forces
Courier - Journal continues to insist that
Roosevelt propaganda is the invocation
mjny alienists share Col. Watterson's
American people's sanity.
Roosevelt propaganda. All its chief
twenty vears asm. Orators liltr M.ir
up the prairies with the same sort of
of followers, Mr. Roosevelt would
we shall leave the main travelled road
is as old as civilization and which has
is peace," so he is telling them that
made by a master-demagogue to a
success of that appeal the fate of repre-
of the issue, It is the most serious
I 1 . r , ...
nan to rate sinrr tavrrv. it it nn.
.... . '
republican lorm ot government can ever
a third term the changes in the snirit
will be in effect a revolution, and a
a revolution that makes for progress.
may form an interesting subject for the
issue is not whether Theodore Roosevelt
people are insane. In their hands, not
way of suggestion that it belitves the
ha.'tls rf the people '
''Had anv oxnciienco at nrtlnir wlth
'- T..i. I
I Ul UieiXCH .'
'i " 1'lenty of It. Lack of audiences
lint brmieht inn linrn."
.it i- 1 1 i an "
1 'to. i ' kuw ahout 'hat I left a
'renfufi.on.tho back of a noto onco that
cost me $2300."
-&Mfoi4u f ymkkitiii rin'itw.sWi'ii a
WHAT THE MhJLlIB MEANS. '
When the Honolulu Ad Clhb wan
organized, some of the business peo
ple of tho town asked, "What's the
The club Is proving Itself In the
locul Held ns an organization that has
n purposo and filling u worthy place,
as Is tho casi! with tho clubs through
out America with which It Is asso
The Associated Advertising Clubs of
Amorlcif with which the Honolulu
Club Is nmllatrd, hold Its annual con
vention nt Dallas. Tex., In9t month
and the following Associated Press
dispatch published throughout the
country gives boiiio Idea of tho extent
and strength of the advertising club
AI). CI.UIIS (1HOWINO. i
Membership bus Increased Nearly 75
Per Cent. In Year.
DALLAS, Tex., May 20 Tl lem-
hcrshlp of the Associated Advertising
Clubs of America has Increased near
ly 70 per cent. In tho past year. This
was the announcement made In the
annual address of George W. Cole
man of lloston, president of thu na
tional organization, In his annual re
port .at the convention's tlrst scsbIoii
befe today. The membership Increase
Is from f,"70 to S.78L the number, of
clubs enrolled Increasing from 89 to
130. The now clubs represent 19 dif
ferent States. Territories and prov
inces, ns widely separated us Maine
and the Hawaiian Islands,
Mr. Coleman suggested that adver-j
Using is opening a great field of use
fulness for women whq appreciate the
enormous Inlluence of advertising on
the home A "circle tour'i of the
State will be begun on Friday.
(Continued from P.O. 11
Insure that only active men will hold
Another regulation donnltely decld-l
ed upon Is that the present party rules
as they stand shall apply o primaries
for Territorial conventions to namo
dolegntcB to the National conventions,
ns well as to other primaries. This
mestlon aroso last March when tho
Territorial committee called tho con
vention primaries.. Now the rules arc
to be recognized as applying to all
Another rhnnge Is made, providing
that where there are sovcral nominees
fdr one place In primary elections, and
nil withdraw but one, only a single
vote shall be necessary to elect. Thus
it has been tho rase here that there
were six or seven candidates, say, In
precincts allowed four delegates, and
all withdrew hut four, but tho election
officials stayed through the voting day
Just tho same, where ns any one ballot
for tho four was sufficient. I
Perhaps tho recommendation of
most general interest Is that providing
for primary voting from 1 o'clock to
r, o'clock Instead of from 2 to 7. This
has been given much consideration, as
there are arguments both ways as to
which iu MTvu vuu peuiuu musi, ,
uistrici Attorney urccKuus propo
sal for publicity In campaign funds,
and tho various arguments for action
toward a direct primary law, will bo
tnken up beforo the report Is mado.j
niisl.fiinn Mnnlm. anlil ,1.1a ...nonlm
ytmi iuuii uuvj'Cl duiu linn (liuilltllf.
that he believes tho placo for recom
mendation on tho direct primary or
primary regulation Is In the Territoi
For news nnd. the truth nboiil It all
people buy lie II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
milk that is pure) milk
that is' rich) milk that Is
wholesome) milk that Is
food in health and medi
cine in sickness) milk that
comes from absolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who care to investigate.
That is the kind of milk
HOUSES FOR RENT
' No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 ..... .. . .$40.00
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue I...3...U.... 40.00
Kills Road 2 25.00
Qullck Avenue 2 25.00
Kinau Street .V...... 3...! 60.00
KahaU Desert 2 105.00
Puunul Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street' 8,. 7S.00
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.50
Paclfio Height. 5 100.00
Qeretinla Street ....4 75.00
Walplo 3 ". . .$12.00
Wilder Avenue .' 6 60.00
Wilder Avenue 6 20.0C
Pus Lane 2 17.00
King Streo '....2 22-50
King Street '....2 20.00
Alews Heights 2 20.00
Lunalllo 8treet 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue .,..2 27.50
Beekley and Kalihl Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street . 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalll Avenue .'.2.. 18.00
Maumie 1...(Se book)
Hillside and Lower Morns Road .-..3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kalmukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street , 2 25.00
Young Street .1! 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane .J 2 18.00
Magaimo 'Street. 3 22.50
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On the showing of non-support for
a period of sixty days, Chlkn Kobay
U8hl this morning obtained n decree
of absolute dlvoroo In Judgo Whit
ney's court, from Shesuka Knbuyashl,
Large terraced lot, corner
improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wilhelmlna Rise $500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dlnlngroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts quarters and garage
Makjki Street .,, ', , 2 Bedrooms $50.00
1915 Kalakaua Avenu 3 " 50.00
Keeaumoku Street 2 " 60.00
., , ,. UNFURNISHED
Plikol Street, near King 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Kalihl Road 'and Beckley 8treet 4 " 35.00
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1 "
Kalakaua Avenue .,,, 4 " 45.00
Judd Strett ( 3 " 50.00
Matlock Avenue ..) 2 " 27.50
Lunalllo Street 3 " 30.00
Lunalll? Street , 3 " 35.00
Beretania Street ...., 3 " 27.50
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERQHANT 8TREETS
, '. L' .
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
(Special Ilul let In Cnrri'oondi-nce.)
WAir.UKlT, June S Link McCnnil
Irhs, Democratic caudldato for Dele
gate to CoiiKrexM, and party reached
Wallulsu hint Tuesday evening nnd on
the follow Itik morning left In automo
biles fur Kula uud Ulupalakua, en
mute for Ilun.i (Unmet, rulllns at Kit'
upo, Klp.iliula, liana, Nalilku and Ke
In tho party nro Mcisrx. Paulo Ho
kll and (J. V. Keawehuku, both ot
Honolulu, and Tom Clark of Wullukii,
Tlio nutlves lire noted talkers, anil
each uf them can 'outlnst or out-talk
the other, and when It comes to tluit,
the veteran "Tom" can hold lilx own
UKalnut all comers Their talks, of
Magazine ndT3pencer streets. Well
Two Cottages, Kalihl $1800
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 2000
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1200
Cottage,. Harbottle Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft .'.. 1100
Lots 20 and 21, 81k. 8, Kewalo 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3-Bedroom House, Plikol 8trt 4750
2. Bedroom House. Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young 8treet, 12981 sq, ft. .,'... 2000
2-8tory House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings Street
Cottage, Wilder Avenue ' .. 45
Cottage, Manoa (three months) 60
Tantalus Residence of General Davis.
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All Organizations con
templating taking part
in the I
Fourth of July
will please notify De
puty Grand Marshal'
t t rv .i.-v.. .c!
iNUJTiua.il jd. vAmiLiiey ui
such tact as soon as
Addrets all communication.
Deputy Grand Marshal,
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of July, Committee Head- '
Hawaiian Trutt Co. Bldg 2nd Floor
A. M. BROWN,
coiiriu, nro Intmded to pleiiHn uml
charm tho audience
Tlie soup-bo orator, llarron. Is here,
too, uud he has heenmo n familiar fig
ure on Market street these days, chal
lenging till Itepulilleans he chances to
meet to enter Into debate with him,
tiut mi fur no "poiip-hox" Itepuhllcau
Iuih been .found Ju AVulluku to Mar
with him. Next Wednesday evening
on Market street Mr .Merandless nnd
his silver-tongued orators will engage
the attention of all In tho iIIxcushIuii of
I mutters pulltleul and .otherwise, and
Hepulillciins will turn nut tci hear the
principal In tho Democratic ranks ex
pound Democratic principles n IUpuh-
Will. n litnr Nliil l,i.ol1c 1ft, nf
prizes for tho athletic events and out- I
door sports, preparations for tho big
Pentrul Union Kunday school picnic nt
Punahou cumpus tomorrow lire com
plete C I'" I.oomls nnd "Iirry" Larimer, ,
who arc busy today arranging thi iinnl
details, said nt noon that there will bo
Interesting events for the children and
old people ns well all day long. At
9:30 o'clock two girls' trams, tho Daf- I
fodils and tho lluttercups, will play a i
baseball game, and at 10:30 a track1
meet will he held. Dashes, relay
races, potato races and other contests
will be held among the girls, while the
Iiovh will Indulge In all Iclml.i of races.
Tho girls will get prizes of rings and
other .things feminine, vvlilla baseball
glotvcs, masks, bats, etc., are offered
generousll- for tho boys.
The picnic Is a basket lunch, undt
each picnicker m usked to bring bin
or her own lunch, except thpso from
tho Pnlama and' Knkuako mission
school, which nro the guests of Cen
tral Union nnd for the members of
which lunches have been provided.
During thu day there will be an In
tersettlement reluy race.
If, Uackfcld & Co., agents for tho
Pacific Mall liner Mongol In, will d)s
patch that vessel for San Krnnciscn at
V o clock tomorrow morning taking a
fair list of cabin passengers, Tho
Mongolia is to arrive nt tho -wharf
early this afternoon, Tho vessel Is
bringing lriOO Ions Oriental cargo, and
over 100 Asiatic passengers, of whom
n large percentage nro Filipinos who
will engage with tho local plantations
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