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Send a Grkte of Six Hawaiian Pines to to your fnends in toe States. WE'LL ATTEND TO EVERYTHING JUST GIVE US YOUR OROER COST ACCORDING TO DISTANCE. ORDERS FOR EASTERN POINTS NOT LATER THAN JULY 27TH. ORDERS FOR COAST AND WESTERN POINTS NOT LATER THAN ' ' AUGUST 1ST. Order Early. Phone 1515 WELLS FARGO & CO. 72 King Street HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914. iEWMMp. ii iiini(dippii(d ILMqIxJ Everywhere - - ' ' ( . s. , , , . ' ONE WEEK BEGINNING TONIGHT THE MAUDE' ADAMS OF- THE M OVJ ESj' LjTTL MARY PICKFQRD . - . . : " - - IN .f . . r Is ..:. . ;.; -a? VO?.- THE SENSATIONAL CROOK. PfAY ? y DBIOCKATSSHUN PUBLfCWFOR PtATFORRT PLANS (Continued from page one) In the Bishop rm Carnage . . . j". . - Extra Added Feature JACK LECLAIR, San Francitco'c Favorite Baritone. J TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY, 7:30 AND 9:J P. M. -New jlaflpapS-ilii 1 1 i l I i i i i i'.iii l!, :t!: !- ; .. ; JFra 'Nt lHiite rr "XTM ii : 11 Ml lililil ! w We Can Furnish. 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C ' 1 t This jiew ' departure, admits that the humblest citizen, baa' rights jhichare more sacred than tpe prerogatives oi a prince; which admit that the low liest of the lowly has certain Inalien able rights, of', which, no majority can deprive him without- tyranny and injustice- ; Underthe new rule which provide for.: the election of; committeemen by nrlmarr vote the citizen who eati bread by the sweat, or his own brow, is og ruat us a k.iub uuu b. uiubl tuipvi tant unit in our system of govern ment. : "Th last leeiKlatnre enacted a makeshift primary la w.,which. provides for the nomination or election of can didates for elective offices by direct vote- of the peopte. While this law it a great stride in the direction, of pop ular government It is far from satis factory in some of its provisions; how ever, 'the undesirable features of the act may be amended by the nest? leg islature. Under the provisions of the new nrimarv law candidates for elec tive office must go directly to the oters to secure their nominations. In thn Heht of rrpnt exneriencA I would urge the rank - and file of the Demo cratic party to be most carerui in the selection, oft the candidates of our: par ty for 'th central e!tion to be held on 'the 3rd day of November of this year. There should be a general dis infection, purification and alignment In our party. In other words I would strongly urge the true and faithful in our Dartv who are not' Democrats for revenue only, ta divide the coats . from the sbeep and -drive the -goats -over the Pall, v ; . , ; , . . i "The : political future of our island territory Is fraueht with considerable uncertainty' and. anxiety in that, our political opponents, the : Republicans, in their insane desire to aeaia control governmental4 affairs' at all hazards, are secretly raising the racte issue among the people to the end? that In the general confusion and Taction&J bitterness the small oligarch that far so : many years, misruled ' Hawaii may again assume-control of 'our political destinies." : . ; " ! "Our verdant bills and peaceful val leys Vfll : soon resound with the rau cous exhortations of our friends the Republican's, ' denoi.nclng the Demo cratic party for. bringing financial dis aster to Hawaii Wnile they are rant ing and" raving-about the sins of ora- mission and commisfioa of the Demo cratic party" do not forget to ask-them who is responsible for the surnlns of alien panper labor, now: ia our midst! uo not- forget to ask them why r the Kepawican delegate to Congress-has utterly neglected bis' duties and rs sponsibillties to the Territory of Ha waii? uo not rorget to tell them that through, -their rtwn ahort-sfehtfrfnoaa and rapacious Instincts and' practices Hawaii was denied a fair hearing on the QuesUcn of the sugar tariff. And do not? forget' to-teli them thift. be cause of the IavisTi andF' oorriipt lobby iney maintained in Washington; Presi dent Woodrow Wilson, In order to pro tect the good name and honor of rw mocracy arose in his virtnoua wrath ana denounced the'pald hirelings of the sugar producers for attempting by Insidious-methods to influence Con- sretw, ana arove them from rh.fcaii. and .corridors- of Congress, where for so many years they had traded In. the honor of- inen.1 ; 1 . - ACOOniltk to "Pflimht- Dtrof th lsjtoorning, the plans' which .will deal with the sngir tariff is not.yet.in Its final shape, and may be delivered ak together different than, anticipated; -' uonng ure; executive session, all the DronoseoVn'&iifcft vm iifiin..j cludlhg the firebrand aimed at Oovern- or riDpmjD; but : none, of them . were accepted : flnallr. Thev wwa ait sarded as passed on first reading, and, wmn: woeir the" committeee m.cw li mn aecjae tne ones to be pasted' and not-to be nassmi ' o. can. ond reading:; If is necessary for the i""" w so mrouga inree readings, i There "were 'a few startled- Dattio. rats yesterdar aftefnoon.at the. meet ihg1. when they awoke to the fact: that racneco had' been made ' permanent chairman. Soon after ' he had hppn made temporary chairman, and before aft.-1. . me credentials bad' been finally pars ed on ire entertained a .motion to malce the temporary.- organization perma nent; and: this.v was : done In - a twinkling, i'.'-v--' BARRETT ACCEPTS OFFICE IN THE l-PACIFIC MOVEMENT v 1 . .' . , ' - J--i-J-' " f i r i m i r i y y 1 .'" 1 .11 - ' ' - .. - . " .... " .. . . - John Earrett, the-director-general of the Pan-American Union of Repub lics, has written to the Handa-Around-the-Pacific directors - in Honolulu ac cepting the vice-presidency of that organization . and pledging the coopera tion of the Pacific Latin American states in the movement His letter will be read at the get-together dinner to Alexander Hume Ford tonight at the Outrigger club. ' H; '' EVEffgWECTg . Everybody is Invited to attend the "Welcome Home" dinner to be given tn Alerandpr Hume Ford under the auspices oi xae iiamis-Aruuuu-uic-i a pine Club at the Outrigger Clubhouse tonight 1 Special invitations are hot neces sary in order to assure a welcome at this erent the sole necessity being one simoleon. the charce for one of the best dinners every spread upon the board. Besides the dinner Mr Ford will be heard from regarding his travels and boostings for Hawaii nel, while touring the globe. Thn harhnr nf Havre la hplnc- dpPTV ened to accommodate the largest pas A i 1 A. I J senger steamers ai aii uues, A revolving plow has been patented in wthich gasoline motor drives the cutting wheel. - " :-; -; - - Tire markings, oa av graduated meas uriag gias sin vented: in Germany are made along' a zigrrg' ltae instead-of a vertical one and; ha ring wider spaces between; are said to be read more ac curately. v" " Chew Food Thorou In th eso days of soft fMxls ami quick!f meals" insrif ficient mastication of food is of ton rt sponsible) fr stomach trouble, headache, biliousness, constipation, dull brains, and various oth-r ills. Generally thes troublesome nsults can'Ie avofd ed or corrwted by having a icgular daily ration, of , mm :'V--' ;FQ0D The firm, crisp granules, with cream or millc in vite thorough chewing which is of double advantage.' It promotes a sure mixture of the food with the saliva, the first step in digestion. It also tends to normal development and preservation of the teeth. . , . - (iriiie-Nuts ftxl is made of whede whtiit and malt-' 1 barley. It contains all the rich nutriment of the grains, including the natural Phosphate of polash siV essential for strength of Im.iIv and keenness of 'brain. '. .... - . (ii-ape-Nuts comes ready to eat direct front the packet has a delicious taste ami is easily. Aiesttxl. . . ; " '.. ... Eat slowly chew your food . thoroughly I . " "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts . sold by ( Irccers and Stores. a o M1 MIDSUMMER OPERA SEASON ON OF THE FAMOUS JUVENILE m HI LAST TIME TONIGHT The DA GMIEk of the . - ' .... '.-v.. :":.-:. Tomorrow Night a. Revised Version of Andriri's Masterpiece it 20 TUNEFUL HITS 20 Popular Summer Prices to Meet the Popular Demand: Reserved Or chestra Seats, 50c; Reserved Dress Circle Seats, 30c; Reserved Gal lery Seats, 15c. . Use the Phone The Number Is 3937. LitussLnaf The only Up-to-date Motion Picture 'Honse in the City. PICTURES CHANGED IIJAILY,. $, , Matinee . . . . . . . ... . . ... . .... ... ...... t. . L .2:15 P. M. Evening ( Two Shows) . . . . . . . . . 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