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PJLEY H. ALLEN
- EDITOR HATUKDAYv.Vr;v.-., ;vy;:IUNn2Tf 1914 isla t ion to tlie credit of an j prt'sUlcpf. Wilson ; ,. , j,- . , I commands lecanse he is the mental as well as Lire frnrc truth, rifjhi trronifj J . ' , ;v;U -JCl$c irhfhrftirc horn f ';1;, . '';;: .; . r.V' V""'1 Tennyson.: IS IT F002 FOLITICS 7 I he moral leader of the Democratic party and L-ecnuRC, tl(e , Qorigressmen who have followed jhim hare' hitherto reaped more public praise fhan criticism. v" Few presidents have bwn ahle to secure their recommended legislation in such perfection and "I think TTnrrv Murrnv and Joe f!ohen were with such dispatdi. It now becomes a question fools to accept the Ad Club's invitation to n ixlitica isem ou-ht to wait to see what the party platforms ' more to influence the publiemind than anj eco v, ill bev' said a.nonolnin man yesterday.; f; j change accomplished bv t he Democracy, If politics In Honolulu is to Winuc to be : ,r ; ' , , .... .. M.J :..' r a matter of peanuts and pifHes, maylw Mr. : I urrrnr and Mr. Cohen 'were', fools. ; ; f-i -,y -'-fiffh.. ' I , ; l:;y;:: ':. : ;' . ;,'-. I f candidate are to Jx muzzled so that they Alfred Noble, the engineer sent here "to exam .,.n only cho7party; platforms, : , ol. - ; v;- ; " dieil; a few weeks ago. Collier's" for June 20 If Honolulu wants, more figurehead admin- fays:, .. .. ; ; . . f - : i , : 5 nation in the mavor's office, then these two -"A great enginw and great man was Ab i Grants for mayor were -fooW I) frM Noble, Hut the facts aVe that rmlM nolulu aro'movingifonvai totnae lMf ore going. to; college. ,llis ; name, is id ent i fieil with the : great oos? JocksJ on St, farys river, with . the,bridges af ;M .it Caim with the. Inama .canal plan, . the Pennsyi variia -tunnels -under the Hudson river, the great dry, docks near nonolulu, and many other huge works.' Best of all was 1 elf. This is the description; given by his" pro fessional associates:-:' . JJ " .'He pxsse.4el a jare combination v of strength, gentleness, taet, and discern mental He was universally respected by. all who had any bnsiriess dealings with himj and ah .appreciated t lie' nobility and 1mplicityof 4Alfred Noble was a ! successful ma 5 - ! Sizable pjiml. . The day of peanuts and piffle passing. The day of men is coming; its light :-cad over the horizon when the direct primary v passed the last legislature; the morning of n and independent thought is here.- " Men with brains instead of galad dressing in : tlu ir skulls will -lead the part ies.- They ;il create the platforms, they will force to the it tlie real issues of the dav. . j - lovernment; by parties will remain, .but not rnment by partisans. Nor government by :.i ( licads. And municipal politics particu : Iv will le. non-part isani ' . ' ' ' Tudgcil by. the outworn .standards of, the-past, ;::ay and (ohen were fools, because they did ; wait' for some sot of men to 8 write their t forms, dictate; their ideas, -domimite . their 1 i i ical nspirat ions. :: ; u ':' 1' .Iudgel by the light of the new day, Murray 1 Cohen did the right thing. And other Can utes for office, who have enough gray . mat- : in their cran turns to be worth electing, will i wen. to recognize inau waatrtne; voters arr :iiming to demand is' independent intelligen public office. ' - ; ; ; 1 1 may he "poor politics," but we think 1 before loug it will le the bestki .... ' v . v -i ' . . I .- r -'- . i ties, ' , : : , v .... r n a 8 OH-'Rqc's THalll a a n 8 a n S wine ; a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a :a My eon, I., would ' go4 a lonslway cue besetting nia, and the reason they around to avoid be!ng called a temper-. cant drop it is because others eland nce lecturer. Someway I have a pre- In their way. We are all sheep, my; J ad ice against the profession wrong .son, all sheep. Some of us poor lambs. as it may be. I've seen some pretty good fellows devote what brains ther had to that work. They meant wsll. If their natural resources were scant and their subject hackneyed it was not their fault. ; f v But . my deep regard ; for you, my boy, obliges me to talk a little about wine, iu use and abuse. No doubt some of the best if not the wisest men in the world approve of the moderate use of liquor.- PeT liaps Jesus did. But' conditions axe so We do as others do. and we are rather ashamed tp be odd even wb.n It means not following the flock over a precipice to sure destruction. vv There ij one thing, my son, 1 can say rather emphatically, and that is, if you believe you are a better man for ebstalning, abstain. Dont let anything stand In your way. If you live among reople who drink; abstain. If you go to a banquet or dinner where liquors are used, abstain. If your friend asks you to have a cocktail with him don't IrJ - 'S ': 'V-' ' .- v V .'"'-'' T i f 5 i . ,.,... There are no holes in thV KEUU ; Relt to tear f H and disfigtiW it; for the KEnU.nuckl(:in Rter-H ling silver or solid gold, is a distinctive device. U . ' that clutches' instead. i 'y '.V, 0':;;;:;v ; i-"';-;: VVicnmah 6c Co; V; ; IP0IITEDS30, complex, society is so broken tp by say that your stomach forbids It;' innovations, and we are so free to do that you promised your mother (who as'we please in "the satisfaction' of.no doubt Is a poor, unsophisticated our grosser tastes and appetites, that simpleton) that you would not touch many customs quite safe a few years j liquor. 'Be a man, tell .the truth, and ago are tow ac least- quesuonawy aosiain. proper. , ; . ' ; ' . And It Is a" fact that upon "th$ . ef fects of the uae'of Intoxicating bev erages in moderate tise, able physi cians and physjoligists-are not agreed, j Whatever; standi yon take.njr son, be s a re f yon are?, mpon: solid ground. Study the 4 matter carefully, consefsn tiously, and If you decide with the ma jority of! good meij.Jf think-it wUl be on" the stde'cf personal. sacrificed Give up a. : thingt which; lsv !only a selfish gratification ' to you. but may, be a menace to : another. , If by any' pos sible chanca thij example of yours may hurt your brother give' It up.' .V' Myi boy, you. have -your rights, of course, and you may.demaud tbem alL Still,- the ; nobler part: played inan adequate life Is not in asserting rights, but in assisting others to their beat good. . Wine to some parsons Is a dan ger, nobody quetions that ; it's , their And! tell you what my son, manli ness will grow in your breast, and your selfrespect will declare big divi dends, until everybody who : Knows you will respect ycu for what you dare to be. . - ' ' 7 All these people who asked you to do what you didn't want : to do. my boy, didn't' know your mind. ; When they know from your own llpv they will play fair. They're a. fine lot of fellows, as a rule, and like to see a man, stand ; by his guns. , Keep your eyes open, my lad, and remember what a vise man said long years ago: .v -; "Look thou not upon the wine when It Is red, for at the last It bitetb llke a serpent and stlngeth like an adder." 1: 000,001) CIKE IEI1ESTS tOilOS. DOT 15 DEISIEDBYGOWIiIilT AT PEwli.'O ADMIRAL M00RE TO TALK TO AD CLUB N0MNATES NEW MEMBER , . Rer-Admiral C, B. T.tMooi1, ia to talk on patriotic topics it1 tbe;Tues;- and kmvilefsur'd in 4i report t the mrvy or the HoaoiuiudiCiuextvek depart meiit hielvnfeientiallv lepart inent which in fei entially placci rwjisibilitx?orJni'e lloiigedtmheigoverrimentJtlV r m i ot. r : m -" i of 1 -' 5 V-N "BAKKJWOSTICESly TCE: CU1LIIIES ACE IIRE, TCD The taking of .Vera Cmz and Its military ad-Ir.istr-ation since the taking reveal : the lest : 1 i t ie, - of TTncle Sam's soldiers, sailors and i ines. No country in the world could have ; . en a better illustration of courage bravery, ielligeui-e andlat of all5 motleration. Admiral Badgers official' report on ,lhe cap-' re of Vera Cruz is a . calm recital' of fact !. rough which there gleams grateful ; evidence f the efficiency of the lads whor 'turned the 1 1 ick.".; Under heavy fire the Americans were wul even to the point of jovkl riorichalance; Vlu n the "snipers were taking pot-shots at ,c little detachments stationed in the streets, ir men never forgot the work cut 'pujt for them, hoy did it .with a neatness and dispatch that : i -abused the Mexican mind of any lingering ! leas' that the gringoes were afraid of them. And af ter the taking the Americans were im .(Hliately reorganized into the most effective I olice and sanitary squads tliat Veni Cruz ever In Honolulu as everywhere else in the world, iliere are always alfew individuals with the u phitic propensity for disparaging the Amer ican; soldier, v It takes such an .event ft that ; f Vera jCrui to drive home the fact that the American army, the American navy the ina r i ne corps, are fUled up with courageous and sterling i Americans. - And jon will find ' just Mich courage and efficiency at Schofield Bar racks, Fort Shifter, .Ram elfameh a. and every it her post on Oaliu. ;v ?': It needs only opportunity for our "home sol diers.to prove it, . y ' v-;.; "v ' Ilawari s lack' of -forceful! representation at Washington is strongly illustrated in t lowing extract' frotiraletferlp It. I )esh a; secretary ta Delegate Kuhio : : ; r ' The alpersfiTeT6ayIns.i goodtleal nowaday i Inefncient vrepresentatlon: la -Washington because we.' i; lost out in the Lever Agricultural bill,' and perhaps will say so again ; when; the cut in ': the governor's";': salary, goes Into effect, which 'to tae seems to be " nothing . but a personal slap at the governor, as you J probably' know there was some bitter feeling over :Q his confirmation. - Then, on the former measure, 1 '.could not convince them that Hawaii was entitled to the benefits of the Lever. bllL they saying that to ; give us the benefits would mean that Alaska and the t : possessions should also be given the benefits, which! - th ey did - vol want ,4one. Against -such opposition 'i I could not make, any headway. ' It Is all very, well to claim that we were entitled to it, but when themen "v'in confrol refused to recognile our claim," what more. . could be done ? It was a case of rank Injustice, but It is not the first time that Congresa has been unjust. - It is not to be doubted that Desha does the test he can; but it Js certain that no secretary (an carry 'the weight with wngressionaMeaders i hat an active, energetic; i ntel ligent a nd devoted delegate could do. i- ,. "It was a case of rank injustice, says Desha. And yet Hawaii has not the kind of representa tion that declines to submit to injustice and is forceful enough to win a fight against odds. The rear "rank injustice' is the kind of re iiresentation that Hawaii is getting. :;; "1 have taken the liberty, being an honorary; member, of nominating my self ; for active membership and en close.'; my fChcck "for the v. necessary amount. vj 'hbpei If there be any ob jection to. the proposer in -this .case, suppdrter of 'Honolulu and always to that you will ; act ; ?s aponsor for me. be rfound on'the actlfe llst;,feln thef "1 feel that I should like to aid the membership' campalgn 'orthe Ad (Clnb Ad Club Jitthe" way of dues at least, the Admiral showed the1 true 'Ad Club i my opportunities r of attending its Eplrit'b7 wrl n MfLlVe I nvire Lev-'meetings being so limited bf the fact 3Ir. Roosevelt is wise in not throwing over hoanlrthe money-bag of the Progressive party, his good friend George W. Perkins. Perkins Is the man who furnishetl the sinews of war fr ihe Battle of. Armageddon; :: ; ; Speaking of the Kapiolani golf links, why shouldn't that ancient plan of a polo field at Kapiolarti be put through? &. ;Kaval StUon, Hawaii,- ' rearl .1 arbor, H.VT.. " ! Mt dear Mr.vLeveneon;. -.--v : v : ; : i "V - have V received . tlve Ad Club's card in . regard to the special mem bership ; campaign, and In rep'y beg tauOnfOrm pu ailjihavefcfltready secured one. new v meirJeV, whose" tp- plies tion v goes in 10a s a r.t'.ll IV. irHopIng't tpi be. accepted as.1 an ."active-1 member,' and. wishing t the , Ad Club great success, V. am. - ' ; -. - : . "Sincerely . yours. -V .Zh ; ? Vi: "C. B- T-M)ORE.?v "Mr. James D. .Levnson. ;a ".:""? : i t Chairman Special Membership Cam-i-' HignvCommlttee, - r "Honolulu" Ad Club, Honolulu." , pspiir; X ilRS. "J,; P. lENDIOljand vchlld left on the steame Claudine last night to spend a month on Maui. ' . ; y -. ' CLAUDIUS i ll.' M'BRIDR. attorney, has opened law offices at 37 Merchant street - He recently moved . here from GEORGE R; CARTER, the Progres sive chief, is" expected to return from his organizing tour on the other Islands Wednesday next . J. D. M'VEIGH was a passenger in the Manna Kea from Molokal this morning. He will remain In the city for a few days on a business mission. W. H. cC CAMPBELL Is back from the big island where -he acted as con ductor to a party of mainland tourists who arrived here by the Matson liner Matsonia. TTI I' IKIlU)vll.wW J. D. TUCKER, commissioner of public lands! has completed a business tour of the island of. Maul, returning) this morning as a passenger in tne steamef Mauna Kea. "JOCK?. MAGUIRE: My friends have a3ked me to run for: supervisor for the city and county of. Honolulu and I have consented tp let. my name be used In the ;comlng campaign. ; ; ; '; , ' c .-- r-;M;w;.;' P. L. WEAVER: tome new literature en files which should be read by everybody; la town.; It will show the danger .they.-are to public health. -. ivi;'-:;--''-v" CHARLES -ACHI: Yes; 1 am In the race for membership on the board of supervisors. I will enter the lists as a Republican. My friends would give me no peace until I consented to become a candidate. 'r ;"' .";;v COMMANDER HAUN (German cruiser Leipzig): Honolulu 1st wlrk lich ein relzender . ort nnd bedauere ich nur, dass unsere Offlilere und Mannschaf ten keine, Gelegenheit ha ben hier laenger zu yerweilen. W H. C. CAMPBELL: I found th-3 volcano at Kilauea displaying much activity during the few days that 1 remained on the island of . Hawaii. When the smoke cleared away, the lake of fire was found to cover a. large area. : . uiisos's roiiEB sun siroso ; Though some observers tarticularly oppon ents of the administration, profess to think that Wilson's power ' over Congress is lessening, it is not apparent to the impartial onlooker The passage of . the Panama canal tolls repeal bill is one of the greatest personal victories in leg- Lady Customer Do. you keep coffee in the bean? New Clerk Upstairs, Somehow it reminds us of what envious De mocracy used to say of Bepublican federal of- j lice-holders: They, may die but never resign. ; Of course Huerta will be eliminated if this watcbful waiting continues long enough. He is already an old man. "Forcing Teddy Into the Fight" says a head line. When has it ever been necessarv to force Teddy into a fight? "Resolute is beginning to sound more and more like a cup defender. madam;, this Is, the ground floor- JYlnceton Timea, v "Is your son making headway in c c liege H 'Oh, yes; he's wearing .a f -(ernlty Jiln and Inhaling his cigar- -. choice now." Exchange. ' cernlng the ftflJctlous of Job. and his boy In the back seat National wonderful trials. patience during all his "And now, said the superintendent at the close of the lesson, "who can tell what condition Job was In at the end of his life?-, ',- . .' ,;. '.Jr , : ------- . Mj ImV'. Monthly. Yuen Yuen, charged with fraud and sentenced to serve a term of three months' Imprisonment by the district court, appealed" to the circuit court St Louis College Alumni Associa tion will hold its annual meeting this evening in the college dininghall. An elaborate program has been arranged, with Deputy Sheriff Julius Asch as toastmaster. The committee In charge of arrangements consists of Ben Hollinger, Paul J. Jarrett and Vincent Fernandez, jr. M. C. PACHECO: I have a plan in mind to settle the Leah! Home dif ficulty. I would have the supervisors fix a definite sum as a 'monthly ap propriation for the home, $450 a month, and let this go for the care of 10 patients. Te Tick, who was sentenced to niy a fine of $50 and costs in the district court for assault filed an appeal to the circuit court this niornins:. HOUSES FOR RENT FURNISHED Manoa Valley, 3 bedr'ras $65 Nuuanu Valley, 2 bedr'ms CO 6th Avenue, 3 bedrooms.. 40 10th Avenue, 3 bedrooms. 50 12th Avenue, 3 bedrooms. 35 Tantalus, 3 bedrooms 45 UNFURNISHED Walkiki. 4 bedrooms $60 Kinau Street 2 bedrooms. 25 Lunalilo St, 3 bedrooms.. Young St, 2 bedrooms. . . WUhelmina Rise, 2 bd'rms Aloha Lane, 2 bedr'ms Auld Lane, 3 bedrooms... 9th Avenue, 3 bedrooms.. 45 35 30 17 16 25 FOR SALE. Lot on King Street, between Alapai and Kapiolani Streets. Size 100x150 feet. Guardian Trust Co., Ltd. Room 205 Bank of Hawaii Bldg. ' IBy Latest Malll ' 1 ! SHANGHAI Deep Interest attaches to the proposed loan bf $30,000,000 by the , Bethlehem sSteel Trust United States, to the Chinese government for the construction of a nav.nl dock, with platform for heavy ' coast defence gtma at Too Chow, -which, la now be ing zealously pressed by Admiral Liu Kuan-hsung and the Fuklen naval fac tion at Peking. The loan was orlg InaUy negotiated by. Prince Tsai-hsun. The details of thla agreement, which have never before been made pubUc, are aa ' follows : : " The rate of Interest la to be 5 per cent and the discount to the floaters of the loan 8 per cent' The security is the existing Fooch'oW dock wlti plant.; The whole is td be repaid la 35 : years. - Only American engineers and material are to be used. ' The pro viso,, however,; which attracts special attention is that providing that one third of the loan shall be paid to the Chinese government:;, within three months of the signature apparently for any purpose it pleases, while only two-thirds are exclusively devoted to the- construction of the dock. ' : y. There Is no question but that Yuan Shlh-kal disapproves of the loan, realizing- that ; It .will not ; only damage ChlnaB credit which any bargain of this nature would do, but that In the existing state of China's navy a huge dock at Foochow Is worse than use less, and even, dangerous to China as constituting a provocation to others. At the same time there appears to be no doubt that OIna's word Is pledg ed, and although the loan Is the en terprise ; now of but one taction,, the influence of Admiral Liu and the Fu kienese party in naval matters Is very strong. ' The latter has not only em braced T8al-hsun's loan, but also his grandiose naval policy. ; It Is hardly Imaginable that V the United States government which hith erto has had . no knowledge 4 of the transaction, will accord support to a scheme so detrimental to China's real interests aa that which Admiral Liu Is undertaking - v -4 : PEKING The Chinese government ' ta murh innovfd to learn of the re- J port telegraphed from China that a Joan nau Been cunciuuru wiiu iao ; Dethlehem steel corporation to pro- -vide funds for the construction of. decks and an arsenal at Fuklen. Such i Ur. a transaction Is not contemplated. fj Actual work on the surveys of pos- tHIil rnnfa tnr ths rnvp rnmont's rail- 1 wwid-In --Alaska has begun.- '4Cr:: ; 1 1 1 a 1 1 v i & -; rv i i u vv u - t : : "t , - by th e Insura nee, the man o ike to d eal :vitm men i - 'tfji'i. ..f -i , For Further, Particulars Ask . i Z "-r- '- fir Graduation UU15 .Inexpensive and Just what yon want - " j' .': C at ::thls : occasion. -A ' ',V " VtEIR a JE WiELR y CO., Ltd. .113 Hotel St ;: ''i.A'il-j Jewelers and; Silversmiths -' " " ; ; - N; ' i- - 1 1 ' r. T. .: ':'-: --'t ;-, '.:.''- ; -Y. .- ; ; ' : --' '; - (' , .V ,- . HOUSES FOR RENT FURNISHED. 2523 Lower Manoa Rd.. 3 bedrooms Lewers Road, Walkiki ..2 bedrooms 2136 Damon Ave 3 bedrooms 2747 Lower Manoa Rd.. .2 bedrooms 1232 Kinau St .3 bedrooms 40.00 Kalla and Lewers Rd...3 bedrooms; garage . 125.00 1018 6th Ave Kaimuki..3 bedrooms; garage 40.00 3555 Walalae Road 2 bedrooms . ,v., 40.00 .....$50.00 50.00 60.00 60.00 r- UNFURNISHED.; . rn 1205 Alexander St 3 bedrooms .... 2015 Lanihuli Drive . ..3 bedrooms 1818 Beretanla St 2 bedrooms 1339 Wilder Ave... 3 bedrooms 1313 Makiki St 3 bedrooms 1322 Lunalilo St 3 bedrooms 1225 WUhelmina Rise... 2 bedrooms (20O ft from car) 1915 Kaiakaua Ave 3 bedrooms . ..... .i Cottage No. 4 Tregloan Place". .3 bedrooms , $.30.00 . 40.00 . 25.00 . 40.00 . 30.00 . 45.00 27.50 . 30.00 . 30.00 it Waterhouse Trust Cor. Port and Merchan St. ml f J r r. this morning. His case will probably -rt b hard for sometlme, i ; ' , '