Newspaper Page Text
EVENING EtfllETIN, HONOLUtU, T. H., SjONDAT, UVO, 22. 1910.
JfcilWEEKLY'PurlLifc IxBDItETItf PDBtlSHKa CO.'TTD
!;iing Street, Honolulu, Territory of EwaU.
i Jrj day except Sunday. Weekly iued on Tuesday of etch week.
If.7 ' ' ' '
MEMBER 07 THE ASSOCIATED PBXH.
3s co R. Pnrrlnarton,
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
J IJNINd UULL1ITIN
j b, inrwhereta U.S..I...9 .711
in, nrbfttlnU.3 .... Xoo
jtKtiiJ, fortius, ...... 13. ao
ftr Sit Mntai .Mo
Per Ynr,urwht lal4. ., .. I.oo
Pit Yrtr nrwtfrt n Cnid, I. no
PcrYtir txtp!J.lotio.. 3,nn
tCULATION LABQEST OF ANY NEWSPAPEB PUBLISHED
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
' f Editorial Rooms, - 185
' I Business Office, - 562
B meted M ibt PMtoffic at HoDoivla
M iecondl&s matter.
Jt AUGUST 22. 1010
let a man imagine that he
lue a good end by evil
'ithout sinning against his
1 Any other Issue is doubt.
. evil on himself is certain,
. sepins (o hao miulp n mic
t ' ciiine hack" stunt exippt
onforonce ut Tim Hngue nnil
iiinl Guard being uillid m I
it llio Stiites sppiiib to savor
ant; tu be desired.
the. attempt to Shanghai tbc
iliiUrty ini'i't Willi nny de
ucccss. It will bit (lone v. Ith
of i the lmrty whip open.
an citizens refuse, to 1-
Ddn't make any mistake
tf Uncle Joe Cannon thought
y'and you can bop what thpy
ly' thn good iiuihp of Hip Re
ipj'r'ty but tlio reputation of
amnlty Hint will stand tor
Ca are at stake In the matters
cforo tho Hepubllcan Terrl-mmlttee.
now reported that William
llryan Ib falling In health
njpersonnl mlsfortuno that
wlll tlepply regret, but some
that It Is tho wlndup n( num
ferfnlltireH llryan lias Hcnrpd.
i- r '
'una J. u. concn win no wen
i 'from polltlcH nn'd dpvoto
iJLvlded attention to doudop
ncss' Interests that call for
(,'' or' transactions of equal
between client and attorney.
treasonably noar tho truth
Territory could secure nn In
$1000 per month from a pub
lTnnd publicly owned wha'rf
iTrwould seem highly propor
ho legislature the privilege
Ids whether to construct the
Saturn It over to private Inter-
iepubl leans In deciding the
lip should hold honorably to
.agreement under- which dir
ections of tho Island aro given
itatlon. If It bo Lahalna'
&a nominee, the Lahnluu
lo should have tho preference
o people of that section have
nan to put forward.
.niontliB ago an effort was
ilfrlghtcn the people by tell
il'that the liquor dealers were
ii'irun them'. With what sue
well remembered. Now what
lenio of trying to woik that
igaln. Tho jicoplo Intend to
jkllcpubilcan party and they
so or tho party will pass Into
roprlate oblivion. When the
cun party reprcsenta nothing
jan nn Interest, and becomes
to tho dictates of an Individ
nust then lose Us value as an
ation worthy of consideration
i representative form of gov
t. - ,
WS AND HIS $500 DRAFT
public, nwults with Justifiable
rftliqiuctlon of tho Ilepubllcan
Hal Oomiultlcp in dealing with
ST who has been employed to
For mls'niuuugo Intlmato party
for, tho past few months.
inlubly wo may accept tho posl-
AndVows to bo as represented
following edltorlnl utterance
tviirloim cha(gca bolng aired
Mlia execiitlvo committee of
rtyianvln the opinion of
idvortlser, trumped up accu-
tfnindo w Ithout tenublo
as.'ana Known 10 uu iuibo uj
calmly consider the plain
J. C. Cohen, had ever drawn a draft
on him or his principals.
Andrews denied that ho had done
iiirh a thing.
Chairman Atkln:,on nlcn asked Mr.
Cohpn whether he had paid Mr. An
druwfl nny money, nulliorbcd Andrews
to draw on him or nn his principals,
and Oohrn wn-i Just us prompt nnd
positive with his denial as Andrews,
.AlkltmonH questions were t6 the
point and certainly thoroughly under
stood by others present, If not by An
druws nnd Cohen. The denials cnt
ercd by Andrews nnd Cohen wefo
sweeping and absolute.
I.P9S than twenlj-fmir houra after
those denials wern made by Mr. An
drews nnd Mr. Cohen, Andrews nnd
Cohen ndmltled that Andrews had
drawn on Cohen for five hundred dol
lars and Cohen admitted that he had
secured the money to protect that
draft from his principals engaged In
tonip line of liquor business in Ban
Franilscfj nnd f'nllfornla.
IJvldenlly Andrews and Cohen had
forgotten their bald denials of the
night, befoe. Jt Is remarkable that
two bucIi keen men should have such
jhort memories, but of course tbey
were tery much, excited nnd could not
..crimps remember everything. It
ems extraordinary that they should
ot havo olunteered, Information re
garding n sr.00. draft that might be
At nil events, Chairman Atkinson
refreshed their, memories by remind
ing1 them of what (hey "hail said tho
night before. lie asked them If they
had not denied flatly and broadly tho
payment and receipt of money in nn
icr to what was a direct and cbm
prchonslvC questioning. "
Andrewa am Qohen.responded with
chlldllka Innocence that they thought
Atkinson had reference tn ninnnv for
That is a mighty small hole to crawl
out of, Atkinson's questions of tho
nlg)it before were not of a naturo to
juggest tharJio wus-'maklng any lino
llstinctlons. ad to tho purposes for
which tho money was to bo used nnd
certainly the Andrews-Cohen combin
ation volunteered no such distinction.
It Is certain that they were not
deeply Impressed with tho Importance,
ot that money received for "personal
crvlces" as between attorney nnd cli
ent, until the eidcnce had boen piled
up on every hand that Andrews had
Irnwn a drnft for flvo hundred dol
lars, and that Cohen had secured
funds to protect that draft from his
principals, and furthermore that the
Ave hundred dollars bad been secured
by Cohen from certain Interests that
were contributing to tbo campaign
fund raised to fight, I'roblbltlon.
For any man to sweeptagly declare,
In the face of such cvlJenco and such
admissions that tho accusations pre
sented before tbo committee aro
trumped up charges, made without
teuablo grounds nnd known to bo
false by the ones making them" Is to
Impose on tho credulity of tho aver
age man with an average ability for
sizing up and fairly passing on tho
words and acts ot their fellow cit
izens. The run to cover of tho Andrews
men Is the usual method of an outllt
that Is up a tree. With corroborative
evidence frqirr many different sources
and sworn ullldavits against which Is
placed niero bald state'moiits thut have
ifterwnrdH o bo explained, tho cry Is
raised that this Is it struggle o( the
liquor Intercuts to gut control of the
That not tho point at Issue.
Tho question at tho Ilepubllcan
voter want answered Js whether this
mnti Andrews paid, by the paity to or
ganize, has been giving the party n
Tbo liquor Interests cannot control
tbe Republican pnrty If they Ehould
want to. It muy also be accepted as
i foregone conclusion thut the Ilepub
llcan party will not' be worth control
ling by anyone it it is to staud spons
or for such' apparently scandalous
treachery as has been explained by
Andrews and Cohen as merely a pi'lv-
- GET THE BEST AND SAVE HdNET
RATES PER $1,000.00
These quotations are speci
mens; all ages at propor.
tionaterntcs. See us for
full particulars nbout'this
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Cut this Coupon out and mail lo tit:
TRENT TRUST CO,, LTD,, Superintendent,
The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York,
Without obligating myself to take n policy, I would
like information as to your new contract nnd the rates for
I was born on the day of
Friday evening Chairman Atkln
tkFd Ix)rrln Androws whether
(raver rocclYed any money'frpmjjtw transaction between client ai$ at;
Very desirable home, corner
Pensacola and Kinau streets.
Your choice of two proper
ties. Call at our office and
we will take you out to see
The price is right and
terms can be arranged.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The Right Way
to communicate with
the other islands is by
torney In 11 litlo matter of II o hun
It must nlso ho remembered that the
Republican party cannot expect to
win tho conlldcnco of the people, It it
shows by Its acts that It supports the
record of Lorrln Andrews' as party
manager or organizer, or whatever his
title may be.
The situation now Is up to tho com
mittee. The otern know tyliat they
wilt do. ,
Finally if nny member of tbo com
mittee bns Information that would re
fresh Mr. Andrews' memory regarding
what Treasurer J. 1. Cooks said to
him In connection with the candidacy
of J. C. Cohen it would be highly
proper to have it brought forward ut
It will bo remembered that Mr. An
drews stated on Saturday that Mr.
Cooke, previous to his departuro from
the Territory, said nothing to him on
the Cohen candidacy.
They might Just as well bring out
One that meets every demand
for perfect service; one that
combines perfection in the
works, style and character in
the case to satisfy and please
individual taste and reaulro
ments. Our Watches we reeommen
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
The 191 r Chalmers
A Triumph in Initiative
Rather than. Imitation' .
fc 4. rA
the w,liole dtory In view of tho fact'
that the claim is tildo that all the
charges nrn fnlso and known tn tin by
tho ones uuiking them
In length of wheel base,
type of motor, snspenlon
and price, the Chalmers
1011 remains the same. In
point of refinement, finish
nnd luxury it is advanced
thus giving more than
ever before, for the same
price. Proved by every test,
practical and theoretical,
the Chalmers Car today re-'
mains the WORTHIEST
car built in America, for a
In the manufacture of
automobiles, BRAIN P0W
ER counts for more than
HORSE POWER. Designed
by one of the greatest of
automobile engineers, the
1911 Chalmers, detail for
detail, is the result of far
sighted initiative, ami e
ecutive ability lo the ex
tent Uhnt the Chalmers
HAS NEVER COPIED com
petitors, while THEY
HAVE ALL COPIED THE
While the Chalmers con
struction, size and price re
main the same, others have
not only had to copy the
size, details and construc
tion of the Chalmers as
nearly as possible without
infringing, but liave also
liad to increase tho price
and yet give less than the
Our" allotment is decreas
r ingand our orders are Increasing.
. x s
Price $1500 f.o.b. Detroit
TOURING CAR AND ROADSTER
(SEMI-TORPEDO PONY TONNEAU, $1G00; COUPE, $2400
We will liave all our allotment fully equipped at fac
Top (Chalmers), special glass front, magneto, new de
sign lamps, Prest-o-Lite tank, horn, Warner auto meter,
robe and foot rails, tire holders, baguajje carriers, tools
(Licensed under Selden Patent)
Dealers in Motor Cars
Morn power Is delivered to tho
rear whpeis than nny olhpr
ram of Its Bl?p-,provpd by win
rilnEjthe Olldden tour r,nd many
rSeej with ntrlcllr ctocl. cars"
The T.n Bids mode ot cylind
er rastlne adapted by thp ChaW
Jiera with, gasoline manifold In
lergral rpmalni 'tho' samp
With envied dhccpss,
Thn molor prlnrlpnl .un
changed but tho Valvo springs
tro now enraspd and nolsplpss.
All thd motor manufactured, not
assembled, In Chalmers factory.
ChnlmpM comfort has nlways
Iippii known luxury Is all that
could be added wheel, base tho
imi lift Inrhpfi, framn 2i
Inches longer than 1110 model.
Pit I ui: 'COPIED
The famous Chalmers drop
frame Irf simply Imprmcd whllo
Jthers aro ndnptlng It for (he
The brakes always good aro
Thn same high-priced, lilgb
grade doubln Ignition system
with rio-tch Magneto and llelnz
coll nlways nn thn Chalmers, but
.liore protected nnd simplified.
, Notice how Others are follow
ng our example of two years
Chalmers constant level splnsh
system designed lu Cha mers
ructorybut copied by others
shown on thn dash by thn Mull's
Hyo Right Gauge,
Three, speeds forward and mn
reverse selective type,, sliding
ear. New stjle foot acceler
Direct shaft with two uni
versal Joints running In oil, '
New straight linn jiody deeper
Jeats, liner finish wood trim
Jilngs of black walnut nil
handles, mouldings, etc., shape
ly and massive.
IUcbellleu' i;lu,e gray gear
and wheels or cream gear and
Solid clear running boards
with concealed supports, larger
, Huttery boxes taken from run
' nl rig boards nnd placed beneath
tonueau lloor away fiom' tam
pering nnd Injury.
I.arg slro pump and tool box,
(Continued from Pace 1.)
first believed possible, cen by those,
who had somo knowledge ot what
was going on.
In Republican circles today there
i one general opinion voiced, and
that Is, in effect, that to protect
tho party, Androws will havo to bo
dropped forthwith. This la expect
ed to bo the 011 tecum of tho execu
tive session ot tho committed this
"I havo listened lo tho, evldcnco
During thVs month only we oiler the following choice
Haimuki residences for 'purchase, upon terms within the
reach of anybody desirous of acquiring a home. Small cash
payment and balance in monthly instalments. Call and get
particulars cf these two special bargains befoie they are
NO. 1 ".riTree-bedroom house on cor line. Spacious la
nais. Newly papered and 'painted throughout.
, Lot 100x225, covered with shade and fruit
trees. Stables and servants' quarters,
NO. 2-4New two-bedroom bungalow. Magnificent view
1 :' of two oceans ; adjoining Kaimuki Crater (re-
( served as a park), Either one or two lots, as
WE ALSO OFFER FOR LEASE
Three-'Mroom furnished bungalow on the Kaimuki car
line. One of the most comfortable homes in Honolulu.
I.i n fair t1ded wuj," stntcd n
nieu'er o he committee this morn
.'u nit I must Bay that I am
dhocl.vd to dl:ovcr what has been
going on. Shorn of tho prejudlco
und hostility that has been shown to
Cohen and Andrews, there, remains
a certain n,mount of evidence ot
wrongdoing that can not be success
fully controverted. Tho denials havo
been disappointing, nnd I feci there
Is only ono thing left for tho com.
mlttee to do."
fiTort and Merchuit 8treti fl. . .,. V
(Continued from Page 1)
tlon over tho water In this1 case with
out having tho power granted Co
them or Mr, ltrcckona or the U. S.
Marshall knowing something about
It. And, furthermore, t did not be
Itivo a policeman had a, right to
como out to Walklkl and try Jo en-
forco such orders without proper pa
pers to servo on "tho public, or try
to protect any ono special Individual
to mnlio a foituuc, without knowing
who has 11 right to that coal now
I) lug at the bottom ot tho sea, I
bellovo .this H a matter that tho
county supervisors should investi
gate. Tho nnswer to the above
from U. S. Marshal E. It, Hendry
to me was that ho knew nothing
about it, that It was tho first he
had heard of It, that Mr. Ilreckons
had sold nothing to him about It,
nnd that 110 olio had come to him
regarding th.ti matter. Neither did
Mr. K. It. Ilendiy tell mo to go out
and help nijselr to anything of tho
wreck, as tho Advertiser stilled. "Now,
regarding tho tlflo of smuggler, I
vlsh to nsk tho Advertiser If they
know what It means, nnd it they
don't they certainly will know what
it moans when they get through
with me, I nm gnmo ns well as
they are. I am no toward. I will
not put up any fuss or light ror
anything that's not right. I nlways
llko to live lu tho limit of the laws.
Hut In this case I shall stand In
with the balunco of smugglers, as
tlib Advertlbor calls us, and light
this caso out to a finish, Respect
fully ours, M. I. SILVA.
"Honolulu, Aug. 22, 1910,
United States Attorney Ilreckons
fald this morning that no warrants
had been Issued for arresting any
one, nor would any he Issued so far
as ho know, who hud been taking
coal awny from tbo reef nt Walklkl.
MRS. IhW FUNERAL
Tho funeral services of tho lato
Mrs. Kcikclanl ICiipunlal Maby will
bo held nt St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow uftemoon at half past two
o'clock, Itov. Kroll olllclatlng. Follow.
Ing tho church services tho body will
bo taken aboard the steamer Klnau
which sails for Kauai nt five o'clock.
Mrs. Maby Is tho granddaughter of
J. K. Knpiinlnl, tax assessor at wot-
mea, Kauai, Eho was born at Wal
me'a on May 28, 1888. As a girl sho
attended 1I1; public schools of her
home town nnd was later 'Went 'to tho
Kamehamehn Girls School In' this city.
From Kamchameha sho went Jo tho
St. Andrew's Priory nt which Institu
tion sho distinguished herself. In li'cr
scholastic achlo omenta .and was al
ways a fa voi Ho among teachers and
In 1909, sho was appointed to a
school teacher's jiosltlnn In Mnkawcll
at which placo sho met and becamo
engaged to Wm. I. Maby an engineer
011 tho steamer Maul of the Inter
Island service. ',
The young couplo wore married on
April 7th of this yoar and made Hono
lulu their home. 0 tbo 17th of this
month, four months after their mar
riage, Mrs. Maby becamo suddenly' III
and died at the Queen's Hospital tho
. 1 :SL.tW irim or e
1 - y I. -
Make another room of your porch.
You need VUD0R PORCH 'SHADES
to get the most out of your porch..
To make it a spot where you can
rest or work on the hottest days
outdoors, yet free from the glare and
heat of the sun. You can do thi
with Vudor Shades; yon can add to
the house another room, cool tind
shady, where you may enjoy every
refreshing breeze in secluded coni
i. 1 '
IUH, . 1
Another good feature about them
is .the peculiar fact that those, sit
ting on the porch can see out,. but
paisersby can not see in, ,
VUDOR PORCH, SHADES are just the thing for in- .
closing porches that are to be used as outdoor sleeping or t '
living apartments, ' "r" ""
4 FT., $3.50 0 FT., $4.758 TT., $0.7510 FT., $0.00
J. Hopp & Co., Lfcd,,
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 185 KINQ STREET .
W,.t.-Jkl ,., iv., .'Avj.alf
rirfVfe,Hft,t, t nht ! rfrfriiii . m, 1