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AUGUST 20, 1010
The word knowledge, strictly em
ployed, implies three things, viz.,
truth, proof and conviction. What-
V- ' COHENS' $500
J. C. Cohen now admits tlint lio pnlil
Lonlu Andrews tlio tllapiitjcU live Ihiii
Uri'il dollnrs "for iHTsonnl services "
Now who has Andrews been serving,
Cohen or tlio Republican Committee
Presumably llio tmriiojqK for which
Cohen paid Andrews) this iniuiryi Is
,"niy luminous." " .':
Tlio H'iiihllcnii party should have
a man nt I In- head of iw. affairs' who
' Is not inlxiil up In this sort of ilIcK
;r- THE "hT'AHING,"
$,? , After hearing 'ho statements made
ffi at the noon moi-tliiR of the Hepubll-'
.l-'cnti Tprrltml.il t'omniltteo, It la ccr"
u, lulu that Lorrln Androwg has inndo It
his business to eliminate certain cfe
?j merits or the Republican lmrty and
y ouii of these. Is whatever element may
Lb represented by the vote supportlnB
T "John V. Cathcart for County Attor-
' " 'iVrhls coes far to BiiSKest that there
was n factional purpose In his em-
i -. ploymetit In the first place and It Is
I 'not surprising that It. should be car
rled to greuter length.
If " Th best thine the Republlcun
', party can do Is to let Andrews opcr1
i',ut on his own responsibility, retire
'Jblm from the ciimiiilttebr let Cohen
' work iilong the sumo. Hues and the
whole proposition go to the primaries
Tlio rank and file of the Republican
party do not want men In olllce who
urn scheming to ellmlnato any citizen
wljo has a right to u hearing. They
wntit first mid foremost a sipiaro
deal. If they get It the party will be
successful. If they don't It will have
to take Its chances.
rrniii Hngar Ntockn Is nreator
Mian ean'be seiiired from other
Investments, with the sumo ile
rjrrc of safety
Ticnt Trust Co..
Member of Honolulu Htnck
ft" WHAT ANDREWS DOES NOT
t Ib ..II vnvw U'ull . olilillt lllltllll.
jj. ,V l "II .CI "-.. I" o..u... ,,..
tt'cratlc conspiracy and cull hard nnmrt
''in connection with tho ilcllnltt
t.' charges that hae been placed nt the
t' kdoor of I-orrln Andrews and Joel C
W Cohen. What the people want Is the
' acts und ul I the facts.
k Andrews In responding to the alll
"f. diivlt the contents of which he doef
'A not know, enters u sweeping denial
ft i Uut he falls to tell his story until he
' ' has seen what the other fellow said
Cohen alBo enters an equully sweep
Ing denial und then In u controvers
over ii conversation with John C
I-une, declnres that ho told I.ane thut
he, Cohen, was paying runners whosi
names Andruws sent to 4dm.
,.TIiiih vte hate It on the nssertloi.
Vj"rV ,'lu'"r "I'li'h AndrenH licnnl iiiit'
mVjIM not dcii), that the imimiKcr of Hit
HFfJjymlillean purl) rtliu Is paid n ri'ir-
ulnar salary nj hip iii'iuuiiru im-
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flight, Hciiillug men tu Cohen and I lien
; iricn Cohen mis pii)lng.
yti Cohen says that wlmt he did with
his money, is his uustness.
' Wlmt the community wants to know
Is whether the Itepubllcnn Territorial
Committee can view with unconcern
L und then endorse the action of theli
paid officer, who lu his capacity ut
tive'iuauager for tho party was nam-
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t lUt. ' IIHIll HI WO iii.li. ii, '.. . ..
liuiiuiiy of his political or seml-pollt-
The rank und Ills of the Itepubllcnn
party do not euro In this connection
whether Mr Cohen represents the ma
jority of the liquor Interests of the
tlty und Territory or not. Nor do
Etthy care whether tho liquor Intoresti
us represented uy .Mr uoueu anu oili
er Interests represented by Mr Ilart-
Mf; und Mr. lluchley and others, ui
ait odds yr the best of friends
., WhuL the Ilepublfcuns. want to know
is what the man Andrews, who has
.been paid u iiulury for uiKanl.lug tho
party, has been doing lias he been
faithful or faithless to his trust
That's the point at issue
This talk ubuut connplrniy and
turning the Republican party out to
tho Democrats Is buncomb, us fur as
the neruge man can make out Kach
of tho men whom Cohen makes tin
Bpcelul object of ills nttaik, lias de
clared publicly and privately that tho
present liquor law is all right and
should stand us It Is. If It were true
that tho Republican party was to be
paddled over to tho Democratic fold,
und If It-wero possible to deller any
Mich foolish package, the Democrats
would hardly be such fools though
the Democrats do some silly tilings
to como out with any scheme for tam
pering with the liquor law. They, or
any oilier iiarty approving such a
mow, would lie so unmorelfully
dliuiped that they wouldn't know
which end they were on. The people
would do to them what they did lo
thu Prohibitionists, and then some.
,tfo this argument of Cohen's does
not wotk out. Ho can mako nil the
charges ho wants- regarding consplr-'
.teles, but the public In Its llnal anal
sls tnkes Into consldcrutlon the horse
sense of ull mtn.
What's more, In this particular con
nection, tho farts will show that tho
charges laid by men associated with
the liquor business, wIiIlIi charges
Implicate Andrews und Cohen, were
hut iqude on their own Initiative but
were presented to citizens of Hono
lulu In refutation of the reckless uh
H'rtloiis that Cohen has been making
in his fury to gain support for his
Tho pith of thu situation so far us
tho Republican Central Committee has
to do with It, Is the activities of An
drews. He, nt the tlmo this is written.
has not been heard In specific answer
to -the nfllduvlts.
As remarked before, Cohen declured
ipeuly thut he, us tin Antl-1'rohlbl-llofi
worker, wits imylng men thut An
Iraws, the manager of the Republi
can party, named tor him. Andrews
lenrd this and did not deny It
Now what business had Andrews ns
.he organizer of thu Republican parlv
o hne nny finger In the Plebiscite
Was It not distinctly understood
thut the plebiscite light was to be 1011
tucted entirely Independent of the po
Was it nut accepted thut tlio Re
publican organization of nil other
jrgunlmtlons should keep out of the
jitter strife which tho Prohibition
jontest wiib certain to engendor
Did J. I'. Cooke, when he employed
mlrow-s, tell him that It, would bo all
right to pick out Republican workers
or Cohen's bervlce?
If not, what In the name of all thut
s decent und fair in politics und the
ordinary square deal, wus Andruws
Joing furnishing nny l'lolilblllonlbt or
Vntl-I'rohlbltlonl.U with the names of
nun iissoclated with tho Republican
orgunl7ntlon, these men to be paid by
loe Cohen or nny other plebiscite c-ini-
palgner, for Prohibition or against Ut
Tliat'ij what tho party innnugerB
rfant to face as one point dcserWng
most serious conii'derutlnn In this
nutter even with tho fuels that lire
low known nnd admitted.
Was Andrews, us the paid organizer
jf the party, authorized tp turn moi
iU woikers, or plik out Itepii'jIic.uiH
(i bo puld by Cohen or uiiyone else?
If he dabbled In tho plebiscite poli
tics was ho doing his duty?
And (In the Republican managers
eel that Andrews wus truo to his
lust us tho party representative when
lo thus connected himself and his
mrty In tho mix-up of the plebiscite?
Tho lieopln nwult with more thair
ordinary concern tho action ind doc
arutlon of thu committee, thut will
ihow what sort of political methods
ire upheld by the men primarily ro
iponsihlu. And the moro children iiiwniuan bus
lie less time she has fo) uttnndliig
To mortgage u homo to buy an aero
piano is the height of folly --Dimeiei
Very desirable home, corner
Pensncoin'nnd Kinnu streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Cull nt our office and
vc will tnke you out to sec
The price is right
terms enn be nrrmi;cil.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Tho Right Way
to communicate with
the other islands is by
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Rather than Imitation
In length of wheel base,
type of motor, suspension
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1911 rcmnins the &iine. In
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thus civinR more than
cvrr befcre, for the same
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practical nnd theoretical,
the Chalmers Car today re
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car built in America, for a
In the manufacture of
automobiles, BRAIN POW
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by one of the greatest of
automobile engineers, the
1011 Chalmers, detail for
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
I Hie holdup man. and wrested Ihe
knife fiom hln iHMKfKHiim. Tlio I'orto
Itlcun. tii'MMiMin. diew u rooler, mid
((impelled the Chinaman to drop the
knife mid hand over Mil tho riu-ITlie
hud In his Hisfssloir;
lllcelii Otncer llolbron, who nrrl
ed 011 tin M'i'im a fow minutes ufter
Ihe alarm hud hecti rent into tho po
lled station, was within n fow j.inls
of Ihe Kline when ho heurd a scuffle
I und then saw u man duih nut of the
stoio and mako towards the Terrlin
1 ilnl Sluh'es Tho olllcer followed iln
I imiii hut lust liini In tlio darkness.
I Chief MeDulllo was untitled of the
nffulr. und at onco took up the hunt,
tho 1'oriii Ricnti. who is d' scribed as
being er d.irk, nnd linvlng pock
murks on his face, wus traced to the
stnliles Inn limbing clso was seen of
him last night. Tills morning the
Chief luid a couple of I'orto Rlcans
IS HELD OP
Porto Rican Takes Cash
From Man At Point
At nine o'clock last night a e-ill was
sent to the pollco station fur an olll
cer,' and Hi" hurry-up inessaKo c.imo
from a store ut the corner of KI113
and Punchbowl sticets. It appears
that a I'm to Hlcan dashed Inlo tho
store. Just as the Chlneho proprietor nriested mi suspicious, nud some time
wns closing for tlio night nnd. dmw- todnv thei will bo conrroutRl wiin in
Ing ti 'knife, demandeil that Ihe con- Clilnew who wns robbed of tho sum
tents of Mm till ho handed over In of f.Mn which wus nil tlio stoio till
him. The Chllieso nt once closed Willi continued
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of two oceans; adjoining Kaimuki Cinter (te
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detail, is the result of far
sighted initiative, and ex
ecutive ability lo the ex
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HAS NEVER COPIED com
petitors, while THEY
HAVE ALL COPIED THE
While till Chalmers con
struction, size and price re
Jr.ain the same, others have
not only had to copy the
size, details nnd construc
tion of the Chalmers as
nearly as possible without
infringing, but hive also
had to Wieaic the price
p.ml yet give less than the
Our allotment is decreas
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Price $1500 f.o.b. Detroit
TOURING- CAR AND ROADSTER
(SEMI-TOIirEDO PONYTONNEAU, $1C00; COUPE, $2400
We will have all our allotment fully equipped at fac
Top (Chalmers), special glass fiont, magneto new de
sign lamps, Prest-o.Lite lark, horn, Warner auto meter,
robe and fept rails, tire holders, baggage carriers, tools
(Licensed under Ecldcn Patent)
1 9 1 1
More powf rMs delivered lo tlio
rear wheels 'thuii '-uny hthnr
(iirs of lis size proved by wln
niriK the (Hidden lour mid many
races with strictly stock cars.
The Kn llloc mode of ctlnd
,r CastlliK adapted by tho Chill
hers with Riisollne manifold In
lersrul remains tlio snnie
Willi envied success.
The motor principal un
.'hr.tiKed but tho valve springs
in now encased and noiseless.
All the motor manufactured, dot
usiembleu, In Chalmers fnctory.
ChatmorH comfort has always
been known luxury Is ull that
could be udded-r-whecl buso the
Innio 1 in Inches, frame L",i
Inches longer than IfilU model.
The famous Chnlmern dtop
frame Is simply Improved while
.Uhers lire fuloptln'lt for tho
Tho brakes always Kood nro
The same hle,h-prltcd, hlgh
Kiado double Ignition system
with llosch Magneto and Heinz
roll always on thn Chalmers, but
.bore protected nnd simplified.
Notice) how others lire follow
11K our example -of two yenrs
Chalmers constant level splash
system deslBUed In Chalmers
Fnctory but rallied by others
shown on the dnsh by the Hull's
l.'e HlRht (lutiRn.
Three speeds forward nnd one
reverse selective type, slldln,;
e.ir. Now style font nccelnr
Dliect shaft with two mil
I'ers.il Joints running In nil.
.14x 4 In.
New slralRht lino body deeper
Jeats, liner .finish wood trim
.nliik'S of black walnut -all
bundles, mouldings, etc., shape
ly und mussive.
Rlchellleii llluo Rray Bear
tnd wheels or cream gear and
Kolld clear runnlnK hoards
with concealed supports, larser
Iluttery boxen taken frpm run
11 1 111; boards and placed beneath
touiieuii lloor uway from lulu
perliiK und Injury.
I-irt;e sizu pump und tool box,
nut iiivi: 1 1. 1.,
vm mk itinnti:-
HOME, uu. 10 C'irdliiiil Morry
del V11I, papal secretary of btatc, ro
nitilued today at his sunimer villa on
Mouto Mailo. Ills almonco from
Rome wus lonstiued genernlly ns
IndlditiiiK that no Inimcdluto devel
opments beaiiiiB on tlio strained re-
1 lutloiiH between the Vatican and tho
ISpaiilsli Rovurniucut were expected.
' It wus learned that the attitude
,of llio Hoh See Is unchaUBod.
Tile KOienlliB of tlio olllnal ne-
lilblts, not only by Its winds hut
throuBh its deeds, a sincere desire
to reach nil understanding by ai t-
Iiib, It Is said, as any coned Kovern
ineut won d net in the premises. Uy
this Is meant that Spain would with
draw the h'Blslntlvo matters that
deal Bolely with tlio contended
Telegrams of Loyalty.
MADRID, Aub. 10. Thn Liberal
today says that the decisions of tlio
Bovernmont ronccrnliiB religious re
forms nro tnevocnlile und thut a n
Etimptlon with Homo of llio hcboU
utlonj for tho revision of thn con
cordat. Is Impotslblo unless tho Vat
ican accepts the acts of htn govern
ment us un ompllshed facli. Tlio
A. II. C. states that 18,1100 tele.
BrnniH of loyalty liuvii been sent 'to
RoMutlona Is coiiEhlered Impossible, I tlio popo since Sunday, mostly from
unless tlio Rinernment of Spain ox- t!nrllsts.
Fort and Merchant Strerti
ROCKLAND, M., Aug. i:. Tho
Maine UiBlslutuio to ho elected lu
September pmbably will have to elect
two United Stutos cienators. Senator
1 1 11 1 0 lias announced that ho will re
tire, but lias retracted tho announce
ment, uccnrdltiB to his ft lends, nnd
will bo lu tho contest. In any event
tho l.cRlsluturo must elect snmn one
10 tho Halo unit thU winter. Senntor
Ki'ju, whoso term does nut expire un
til lURS, Is at the llanKelc) lakes so
ill that It Is expected lie will announce
Ills retliement In tlmo for the Legisla
ture lo act. roimer fluvernnr Cobb
and .ludn l'redorlck A. l'owei'B of
the Maine uiiiiroiilo cuuit ate the ton
lestaiits for Semllor"' Hale's place
Itejuci!. niatlvo llurlelKli bus been
sluted to succeed Sunntor Trye.
And now conies the National And-
Grafi .Movement lo cause another ser
ious dUtmbanco of buslnesa. liiAlau-
"Milk i.nt lie told In tho original
puukJBe" "U'm' An) rebate when
.on le'iiiii tlio iow?" llo.ton Olohe
' Noliie nit m hull loo shoit Just
1 ul it twain, and leave It longer this
limn ' Solum
'lliere tiie tin weeds in llio ninkeup
of the Bias widow
f ' 11 11 ,- yjm
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