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tc 3BRB9TTnRnBHKHEHIHIHHHIH kfsBVHLHIHIMBHrRCVIffOTHiMHrwwwHllbkA.-. V"m r 4 EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T 11 , THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1910. frTfWpr ; -- rtt&sq&fflm wfWwwFWw '- l,r -T n ti i M' mi "5 ! .1 i i wi a .Evening Bulletin DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Wullnco R. Fiirrlnjjton, - - Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. UVIJNINO UUUL.lt I IN Prt Month n)wlirreln US . . .7ft Pet Unaitti miywlicif hi US.... 3.lo Pci Yrr nvheit loUS H.uu Pel Yti,.liii1,loiemti 13. oo y1 CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED "fi in the Territory of Hawaii. ry I Editorial Rooms, 1 lBusiness Office, J Editorial Rooms, - 55185 HURSDAY K i'i the bone and the dog Boss rule is Graft rule. Vote siipiiort Honest Government. BOSS-RULE AM ITS THUGS. Boss rule with its Democratic secret club conspiracy shows its ticjly character early in the name. Exposed and opened Up under the light of honest publicity, what docs it do? . It sends its hired thugs on the trail of the honest men who repudiated the Tammany-Makino-Ruef system. It seems to think these fearless men are as timid and cowardly as grafters. , . ' And who arc these hired tl ugs but the employes of the city police department? Democratic representatives of the People if you please! IT IS THE OLD, OLD PLAY -OF THE BOSSES AND THE GRAFTERS; OLD AS CIVIC CORRUPTION ITSELF. When the expose was made by the Bulletin, the pro moters and the followers of the Boss-rule conspiracy made a broad and sweeping denial. They called the Bulletin names and thought themselves safe under the pledge of sec recy that they had imposed on the thoughtless members of their secret clubs. v But the Bulletin does not go after public men and conspirators without knowing c .actly what it is doing and having facts on which to fount1 its statements. Immediately following the sweeping denial of the Demo cratic schemers and beneficiaries, the B u 1 1 e.t i n brought out the statement of one of the secret society officers who has seen the damaging and dangerous character of the whole secret club system, who has turned to the side of honest-government and calls on all honest voters to do the same. That brought the Boss-rule men up standing. They are not only exposed but they are caught with the goods. What did they do. What do such people 'always do under such circumstances? THEY THREATEN PHYSICAL VIOLENCE. THEY TRACK THE COURAGEOUS MAN TO HIS HOME. They call him names. They try to frighten him into submission by shaking their hoary fists at him and calling vile maledictions on his head. And the man performing this task is an employe of the nolice denartment of Honolulu: the police department con trolled by the Democrats. That man is paid by the taxpayers of the city of Honolulu. Note for what purpose the Demo crats use him. What are you going to do about that, Mr. Honest Voter? Do you need anything more impressive to convince you that the Democratic game is to do anything to hold control of the patronage that will feed the machine for establishing Boss-rule in this city? This Democratic police officer, a member of the secret club, is sworn under his oath of office to keep the peace. Per haps he docs it ordinarily. .But the moment Democratic Boss rule is threatened what does he do but become an enemy of decent government if ' not a wanton violator of the law. He thinks more of his secret society compact than of his oath of office. THERE IS JUST ONE WAY TO PUT AN END TO ALL THIS. Put the Republican party in power. If you vote the Democratic ticket, you place an indelible stamp of approval upon the most vicious program that has ever been laid out for manipulating the politics of the city, and at the same time CARRYING HONOLULU BUSINESS TO A LABOR WAR. Arc you going to VOTE DOWN AND OUT THE, BOSS RULE GANG that brings thugs, police in civilian clothes,' into their service to enforce their mandates? Ynn will if vnn nrn hnnnst. rr ::. " fr r:r -." "r: $ , tou win vote Doss-ruie out, .ion win vote tor nepumicamsm, wu square ucai, anu you ,will vote the ticket straight LET HAWAII n - Iff I nt us Innrn nynnllv what -'''''fore making too much ,ioisc aoing in connccuun wiui ciufjuiiiuiiuiiis in me lemiory 01 ) Hawaii. The people of Hawaii have never yet failed to receive at tention and consideratom when they have made pr"pcr rep resentations to Washington authoiitics. ' Hawaii has always had a hearing. Therefore it would seem the better part of good judgment as well as valor to ask the President to delay any appoint ments he may be contemplating until Hawaii can be heard cv;any new pnases mat may Such a proposition is fair, VM WUUKbV UUL.I-UTIN Pet Sift Monln.1 O ido r Ver, inywhtirlnUS I.iki P(t Year nrnhcrf n C.ud.. I.Rn Pet Year poitpilil, fotciKu 2.oo - 5fi Entered at the Ttntoflict at Honolulu as second-class matter. OCTOBER 27, 1910 will follow you. Irish, straight Republican and .....,, t , .. ,., anu nonesi men into omce. BE HEARD. thn Prnsiflnnt ininnrls In fin hn. oyer what he is supposed 16 be nave arisen. it is business-like, it is to the A HOME FOR SALE A splendid G room home . within 250 feet of the King street car line. Lot is planted with larp;c tree, co "coanut, nllifrator pears, etc. Modern plumbing nnd other conveniences. Trice, $2350. " ' Trent Trust Co., Ltd. FOR SALE r Two nnd four-tcnth acres, Nuuanu avenue, within five minutes of the center of town. An ideal piece of property as to location and size for a pri vate hotel. Ample room for swimming 'tank and tennis courts. Well planted. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. BETHEL STREET SEND Wireless. MESSAGES TO FRIENDS AT SEA On Sunday lnornlliKB tho olllco ts "pen from eight until ten point in our country where representative 'government vans. - Hawaii will find itse'f in a much ,n;oro, satisfactory ,position hy calling for a hearing than it will by firing bombastic pro tests at the President on the strength of rumors. Call for representation and rmiko that request unanimous. That sort of a fight is bound to win. THEY WITHDRAW PROTESTS ON Continued from Pace 1. wns further protested on the ground that tinder tho liitcistalo commerce laws tho road could nut cunipcto un tho work. Waterhouse Trust Real Estate for Sale Special Opportunity. i: Someone can secure a nice diomc in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10 on its actual cost, owini; to the fact that the owner has left the country and wishes us to Casli or instalments, our ofllcc. We have also a Kalakauaavenuc. -i Waterhouse Trust 4 FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T, H. v'r Jftipft H -wpplics;. J'l The Sign -Of- Originality In- Picture Framing, Pictures, and Printing Hi pre- Statement Is Made "After considering tho mutter thorough!), wo decided to withdraw our ptotcst," stated 13. J. Iord of tho Lord Young company thin morning. "Tlicio was much danger of tho wholo uppioprlatlou being lost, nnd wo icit.ilnh do not want tho Terrl tor to buffer, Resides, It wns iop-ret-cnted to us that tho Kuhuful toad's action was taken through a misunderstanding and that there was no attempt to shut us 'ouV' l'or thdBo ic.isons, wo havo Withdrawn our protest, and tho Morgan" Dredg ing Com nam has dono thd same. Tho hcblvlutcrcbts of Hawaii seemed in make a quick sale. Particulars at $2000 barfjain on i - ii-f ,-' ' DELEGATE Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole. SENATORS Chas. Chillingworth, Cecjl-Brown, , A." F. Juddj A. S. Kalciopu. HOUSE OF REPRESENTA TIVES lohn K. Kamanouiu, E. A. C. Long, ' A. Q. Marcallino, Ed Towse, Norman Watkins, William Williamson, Frank K. Archer, A. L. Castlo, S. P. Correa, Eddie Kane Fernandez, Chas. Kanekoa, S. K. Mahoe. MAYOR John C. Lane SHERIFF Andrew Cox. CITY ATTORNEY John Cathcart. TREASURER Robert W. Shingle AUDITOR James Bickncll CITY CLERK D. Kalauokalani, Jr. SUPERVISORS Chas. N. Arnold, -Makanoe C. Amana, Samuel C. Dwjght, Frank Kruger, Eben P. Low, Harry E. Murray, James C. Quinn. DEPUTY SHERIFFS Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson. Walalua Oscar Cox. Koolaupoko Frank Pahia. Waianae J. K. Kupau. Ewa John Fernandez. Koolauloa L. K. Naone. bo for t it aside, our feelings uuil e bieukwater." Wajor slow stated this morn ing that t j lono hid, tho letters of n'est id tho wlthdinwnl of tho pri 'i 1 ie all been forwarded to Vash..i(,ton. Tho bid nnd protests went scleral das beforo tho with drawals and' are piobably at Wash- lugtun, whereas tho letters withdraw Ing tho protests will not bo received until early In November. "It Is Impossible to tell how long tho caso will bo under considera tion," "said Major WIiibUiw. "It maj bo settled lu tho Wur Department and, again, It may bo tnkcu Into tho Department of ."Justice, which seems qulto probable Until tho caso comes up. It will nlbo bo Impossible to sny whether tho protests will stand or whether tho letters of with drawal will bo effective." Letter of Withdrawal. Tho letter from tho Lord-Young company, withdrawing Its protest, ts arf follows; "Major 13. 13 cloth WInslow, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., Honolulu, T. J I, "Sir; Referring to protest filed by this company against awarding tho work for tho construction of tho pro- Prices Cut in Half To make room for new (roods, we have marked a large line of fine CORRESPONDENCE PAPER WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH at HALF PRICE. This is less than cost to us, but we need the room. This papeip is sold in box lots of 120 sheets only. We do not break tho boxes. A b01 opportunity to get some fine wriffng material at a ridiculously low price. H. F. Wichmqn & Co.. Ltd., Lending Jewelers FORT STREET W White Frost Refrigerators posed brcakwntor nt Knhulul har bor, T. It., to tho Knhulul ltnllroad Company, It appears nuw, from ex planations mado by Mr. Williams and other members of that company, thut It was not their Intention to rofuio Intending bidders a railroad rato, and tho action taken by tho general mali nger wns through a misunderstand ing Mr Williams, the superintend ent, on October 13 prepared and at tempted to furnish Intending bid ders with n rnto of" So per ton per mile. This rate, however, did not reach the presldoit or treasurer of this company until too Into to bo con sidered In preparing n proposal for tho worjt, niul tho cxlstcmo of tho rato waB unknown at that time. "Assuming that conditions nro practically tho sanio nt Kahulul ns exist nt Illlo, It Is not scon how tho department could hne secured a lower bid thnn that submitted by tho Kahulul ltnllroad Company, nnd under these conditions wo would ro spcctfully request that our protest bo returned without action. Ilo. spcctfully, ' "I.OIU) YOlT.NO nNaiNl3!3niNG CO." FEW APPLICANTS FOR GOVT. LAND Applicants Absent So Others See Drawing For Land. This morning nt ulna o'clock when tho first drawing for homestead lots was bchoduled to tako place In tho throno room of tho Capitol, It wns necessarj to bring lu Treasurer Conk ling and two janitors for witnesses to tho, dialing by the I-and Commis sioner, Nono of 'tho fortj-tlneo applicants for lots In (ho flist district ut Kohalu weio on hand to witness tho drawing this morning, thcro being lltty-soven lots In tho district to bo assigned. I'lom tho wldo publicity lhat has been gtven tills first drawing for homesteads under tho Organic Act, It was, believed by olllclals from (lov crnor Trcar down that theio would bo u largo number of tho applicants on hand at tho tlmo of drawing. This, was not tho fact, however, not u slngio applicant ucing on mum toua for tho drawing of Kohnla laud. Of course tho fact that many of tho up- pllcnnts wora out of town ouch had bomcthlng to do with thcro being no moro picscnt, but Mineral of thtni nro rchldouts of Honolulu nnd did not up pear. The drawing In tho second dlstilct will tako placo tomorrow morning, and ono district each da) thereafter until tho drawings In nil districts huvo been romploted, Tho" forty thrco applicants und tho diuwlilg numb. r assigned them In to day's drawing In which order thev will cliooto their lots on November 23 at tho courtljouso, North Kohula fol Iuw: 1, Moko I'lllpo; 2, Chillies T Day; 3, Kooiimniima Honolll; 4, Mrs. Knnn holo Kahiamoc; 5, .lohn Komulu; G, James Kamaawc; 7, IMward Johnson; 8, Ilomn Kaopua; !), Kenao Keawo; 10, Mrs. Lucy M Knpol; 11, Mrs. Ma kuaolo l'lillnhu; 12, Mrs Malnu Kokl; 13, James K Kolcl; 14, Mis Kolokn Maim; 13, Solomon Kulahoouku; 10, COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE LW'ATIVU DROMO-QUININE, ro moves the cause. Used th6 world ovct tc euro n cold in ono ihy, B, W, CUOVE"! denature on each box. Mad l'AR3 MliDICINE CO, faalnt LouK U, b. A, Large Stock just received. Sold on time payments. Coyne Furniture i Co., Young Bid PRESERVE FOR CARPETBAGGERS "Get Together Policy" Should Be Exercised Declares , One Official. "Unless tho exccutlvo and tho busi ness and commercial Interests can get together and coma to soma amlcabla uudci standing regarding tho recom mendation of u satisfactory cuudidala fur vacated l'tdcral positions, Hawaii Is euro to becomo a preserve for poli tical carpet baggers from tho United Slates," was tho comment from ono high official lu discussing tho reported and pending appointment of Charlcu A. Cotterill to tho olllco of Collector of Customs fur tho1 port of Honolulu. "That Cotterill, a negro, from To. ledo, Ohio, has over been considered as n successor to Collector V. It. 1 Stackabto should not taken seriously by local business men. "Tho uttltudo assumed by Oovernor 1'rcur In his opposition manifested ut tho pioposcd appointment of Jutlgu V. J. Koblnson, to tho circuit bench, Alex llobertson as u l'cdcral Judgo and others that might bo named, is doubtless- having Its effect with tho officials at Washington. lt Is known that tho naming of n successor to tho position of Collector of intci mil Hovenuc, following tho re signation of Walter r Drako has been pending for months. A number of cllglbles luuo been considered but for sonio reason or other each has failed to land nu endorsement from tho exe cutive. "It can hurdly bo expected that na tional leglshtois with political debts to bcttlo, ciui reasonably refrain from looking with longing eyes upon a field that offers such exceptional opportun ities for the planting of a favorod po litician. "What wo need over hero Is tho Im mcdlato putting Into action of a 'get together policy. It can't bo dono any too soon, if I slzo up tho situation correctly." LOW SALARIES TO EMPTY PULPITS CHARLES CITV, la, Oct. 4. When tho turner Iowa. Methodist con ference convenes In Charles City A next week It will find Itself fnco to faro with u decided shorUgo In the number o preachers arid that 57' charges lu tho conference will havo to bo filled from a source at thu present tlmo not known. l'lft -seven mon, tho gicator part tiling men and In tho prima of llfo, will quit tho ministry at this tlmo und nil will engage In secular linen of work. Many of theso mon am only n fow years out of thp unlvor sitj und seminary. Tho complaint Is thut the salary paid Is not sut llelqnt to malntuln a family accord ing to u decont standard of living and tu glvo children tho education deemed necessary. t: ts tt tt ::: s: :: :j :i it :: :::: Zolobahelu Kan I; 17, Moses Mahclouu; IS, Heniy K Kcalohanul; 19, Jonah Kauakahl; 20, JJavlfl II,. Kenao; 21, Chas. K. Kamahoahoa; 22, Trunk K. Kalama; 23, Mis Lucy Illo I'lpl; 21, Samuel Kalua; 25, Paul Mehculn; 2n, Daniel O. Mpore; 27, Mary Jensen; 28, Mis. William (lalloy Suffciyj 29, I.uu K Kiihlnuiiuloj so, Mrs. Houu-il-wu Kuopuu; 31, Ilonry J IMiichon, I Jr; 32, James II K Kamalanl; 33, Miss Emolu Kulehua; 31, I'aul Kao pua; js, Hamucl Kaamal, 30, Mrs Al mnku Knlmanniv.T!, flcorgo Knplknj 38, Rnmuol K Helelnnl; 39, Miss nil, both Kaim; 10, Mis Charles noil; 41, Kalll Callus; 42. Miss Kahnunanl Bell; 43, Mis Jcniilo K, Saffery. I I f mi ifljyft Vr -m'" Triiir lmnii&L; k.WtS.