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e CVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, FED. 6, 1012. "MAY GOD PROTECT DEMOCRACY FROM WJLSi!"J5 MR. H.E. HENDRICK CHANGES FIRM NAME AS BUSINESS GROWS be miLEir MAR8E HENRY WATTERSON'S FERVENT PERPETRATED BY WALT MPDOUGALL : SUPPLICATION V IV i'- I f'.i 9fe U u- I 0 y'1 TIlC Militant KCntUCkV Editor Makes Another Last State ment on Harvey Row. PAINTS NEW JERSEY MAN1 IN WORDS OF SCORN Says Ho Groveled at Feet of Man He Had Insulted and Betrayed, WANHINtlTON. 1 ('.Jan !9. rol. unci Henry WuttcrMin, with u pin.cr tliut llml may protect Democracy from such a lender us W'uoilrou Wilson, wIki n nomination lie said would lie u disaster itml whose election u rnluni Ity, innile today what he mv In hi final Htnteinent In the controvtrsy be twecn hlmcclf and the professor. Cuiuut'l Wutlcrsun did nut give out the proofs of hi assertion Unit he had ralsid a rump.tlgn fund for Wilson ut the gocrnor's request, hut he did give further mid fuller details of hi vari ous tonwTsutlons on Hint subject with Wilson. He snys tho story Mint Wilson re fused campaign funds from Thomas 1". Han It ii Ilo out of whole cloth and thai Itymi never heard of the nmlttr. Why Not Ryan if Carnegie? In llils lonncctloii Colonel Wuttcr tou usks Wilson how he i on Id recon cile n refusal of Ilyan money which was not orfeied him with hi deiniiiul for Carnegie pension money which was denied him Concerning the llurvey Incident I'olnnel Wntlerson challenge Wilson to produce Iho uujoct letter he has writ ten lo llartej upo'oglzlng for turn ing on him at the meeting In the Man hattan Club. WuttcrMin denounces Wilson's policy of "alternate silence and sneering," de. scribe his literary bureau as a "set of Irresponsible chattercis who claim to live on the Immuculatn contributions of subscribers having wings, harps and halos," and sns that Wilson can not be truMid In be loyal to anything. In part lie said: "While Governor Wilson win receiv ing popular applause because of his sacrifice of a private friendship to pub lic duty, he was groveling at Harvey's feet nftcr patdou for the slriinclcss and heartless treatment he admitted having bestowed upon Harvey at the Muiih.it tun Club. "If he possesses n spark of honorable sensibility, he will at onco demand nnd require the publication of the abject letter he wrote to lluncy when he was made to understand and realize that he must Hiiuure the account of Ingratitude or take the consequences. "Meanwhile, let me say that while the governor's tardy repentance may pin rut c the forgiving Harvey whilst It may ewn satisfy the msicptlble Mr. .,,-( refuse longer I., follow a man who c inomlnntlnn won d. my Judg- ment, b, disaster and whose election a calamity Mittruttt Hit Disloyalty. "He who would show himself so ills lojnl to private friendship can not bo trusted lo be loyal to nnMhlng. "Within a single year Governor Wil son's radical change of base. Ills re- nllgninen and readjustments, persona and political, his offenses to nunc and apologies to others. hae been exactly concurrent with M seltlsh nlm-c Ture seems no abasement Into ..,,,? unable lo descend with equal raclllly and Rrace. May Ood protect Democracy rrom Ullfll it Innilnii iiinl tiu.,1. In,.,lnu.l..l ... .. ....... ..... .,, ,.u,,r,., m jnrreit win no Btven tlio names or "I flllllltlt In flin nAn,..n.nl. nll.Al( 1,1 . I v """"""' "' "" V Postum Is made of wheat which contains tho Phosphate of .Potash that Nature puts "in tho grains, This combines with albumen. in the blood to mako new brain and norvo cells builds up these important structures which ordinary coffee has a tendency to tear down. If coffee seems to 4t'-" suppose you ston and use y-; learn the truth, But bo boil it fully 15 minutes point, ' IVk "There's a Reason" for P0STUM v Very economical. Try iL. 1'nltril Stilton Hint I nm not on trlnl. I nm cnndldalu for nothing, i .. . ... ... . There is no ollico within the gift of the novel nnicnt, or the people, the nc crplnmc of whlih I would so much in lonslder. "My enreer I lielilnd me I h.no pur Micd It In the light of dn "If It does not plead my cause, t can rol plcttd for myself. His' Fint Acta Seem Right. "In the support I Rave the candidacy of Omcrnor WINon, as herein related, 1 acted for the best, according to the lights about lite "In withdrawing thai support 1 '""'"'iiiKntlons nnd prlvnto friendship and render some sulllelent reason to my lmxms ot rar0 beside, part) asMiclnUs That Is their right I and It It my right , ' "IIKNIIY VATTi:nSONV PRUNING KNIFE MAY CUT DEEPi (Continued from Pag 1) by the CI y and County Attornoy'B de- par tin cut. One gleam the bxo lias now been shown in the reduction of police iiutns from two to one. A ma- chlro which ban been given over lo the oxcluslvo two of Deputy Sheriff Hose has been dispensed with, tho limda for Its maintenance being de- voted to the payment of overdtio ac- counts against that branch of the bcr- vice. Now and then one or more cnnscl- cations-, heads of municipal "depart- ments file statements of mileage tra- Versed by their icspcctlve machines, I Dulldlng and Plumbing Inspector Mlchlrt'eln icports his auto having f ncthel strcol, ordering them to lay liavcled 3X0 miles during January. cement sidewalk without delay. Tho Tiro Chler Thurston states In a. oni- Interested parlies are Mrs. Ucorgc 11. tnunlcution that his Cartel car travcrs- rulrchlld and tho Motiopolltan Meat ed 210 miles of city street whllo tlio Company. hoso wagon went 162 miles during tlio They roccived with pleasure the an- past monlli. nounretiicnt ftom Knglnecr Oero that According to Murray, Iho city and the tepalrs to bo made on city steam county uses a llttlo less than six rollcis would not require tho expert drums or gasoline per month. He assistance '"of holler-makers. That tlieicfnio rciortcd adversely on tlio nn,ch saved the taxpayers. Thoy matter of Installing a patent storago hearkened to tho reading of n icport tank at the municipal garage. , fiom Sheriff .larrett (o tho effect that Two local concerts enter tho lists during the month of .limitary Ills do- 10 furnish Iho city and county with partment effected 345 arrests, of fuel for the Joy wagons, Iho Btiindntd which 91 woto discharge! and 201 cott- 011 Company bidding 18 cents a g'tllon tided. Of this number SI were 11a wlillo tho 1'aclric Oil Company agrees wnllan, 4fi Chinese. fi9 .lapancto, 18 to supply the gasoline Tor one-half I'ortugucso ami S7 other nationalities, cent less per gallon. KneH n, clth unallcd $183, coming Horng of Jericho Wreck Nervet. 'from 107 gamblers, 45 ilrunks,'&l'aH- JIurray as chalrmnn or tho police gault cases, 10 vags, and olhcr orfend- commlttcc has been requested to glvo era. Ins ructions to that branch of the scr- They considered n complaint corn ice towards a stricter enforcement or Ing rrom City nud County Physician tho law on tho statutes which provides Wayson, who objected lo what ho a penalty for those who persist In a termed tho unnecessary ctowdlng at reckless use or the so-called "Jorlcln, ICekauliko stiect near the central mnr Clitxlon" or other brands of nervo-dc- ket. Ho claimed that tho contractors stroylng horns, now attached to many having tho paving of tho thoroughfare automobiles In this city. n chargo occupy all tho avallablo Supervisor Low called attention to spaco and shut off cntrnnco to the the Insane manner In which a number street. He claimed that tho condition of half-hakert ehnnffeitrH Inin thtvnii'li ...-A....III.1 .. t... .....l,A ...... ltn.n.n. , cy ,,.,,, ,,, ft cnch Ml ,orr,ryjs shrlck In their wake. Therc , Uw , ,)0flk8 whlch ptovldcs n stilt punishment for Just Mlchlstcln which sliowcd Jnnuary lius- thls sort or common ntilsanco In run- Incss as rotlows: Plans (lied 04, per nlng amuck. nltB Issued 94, plumbing ncceptcd 70, .Itit'glng from Low's remarks niuile lnsicctluns 179, sower connections last night what Honolulu Is In sore passed 36, fixtures Inspected 366, all need or Is a formation or n branch or at an oatlniated cost of 12,270i5n. the "SOCietV fOr tlln I'rVmiHnn nf llullrllllfra Dnri.iHa laann.l 11,1 Inaiinn. unless Noises." Tler0 s ,r of tho night sacred , ,,0 joung crop or reckless Joy-kill- Icrs who race through Iho residential aB ,v0 , , U1UI10SI1 8,rcol(1 wtl shrieking horps or sirens running Mil j tut. A frw wholesale arrests would work wonders, so It Is declared. Sher-I I l . .. ... . . .. 1 io more persisicnt orrenders. be causing your nervousness Postum for 10 davs. and sum you "mako it right" after it comes to the boiling i "Why. lit ins tlmo of lir should I seek In ilo Injustice to nny innn. or In any wise to mislead the party which durliiR forty yeans of storm mid stresi I have striven so faithfully to serve? "The nkhe vacated by (iovernor Wil son t shall not undertake to III! I hold nothing In reserve, I nm back Ing no oilier aspirant, advancing no other Interest. "1 shall Ro In my wJnter home In Florida, be end the reach even of the telegraph, sure that In this matter I haxo dono my duty alike In public oh LIGHTS AND ROADS SOUGHT ,... ,, connty fathers: raced through, a large amount or business at ulght. Tho meeting win Mled v,.(n plenty of spice and the hrako was placed on long-winded debate, Tho hoard scanned Manr Fern's nnt cxpeiuc bill for two mouths anil marveled greatly and llkowlso scnwl- 0l- t (ho rour hundred or more dolhrs t (fCC1, the royal machine In cnnunls- 0nt while city streets arc ojcsorcB In the coninitmlly. They henrd a report from Chairman DwIkIiI of tho road comnilttco In which tliiit olaclnl stated that a stiff nolo lin'tl hern sent t tho owners of the abut- tnK properly along tho Walklkl side llllbcarnblo They accepted a tepott coming from ',,' ,, iiUnU,illK mspector tlons 96. at estimated cost of $144,709.- 28. Total fees ioce4vcd $449.00. They filed a petition rrom Kalla road rosldents between John Km. and Hoach roni, , Vl,llch ,t , urge(1 lat th(J highway ho given noeded attention, us It Is almost Impassable -They' granted permission to Mrs. C. . Arnold Tor tho removal or two cot- tages rrom tlio Stolncr promises, Wal klkl, to the grounds or tho Scasldo Hotel. Thoy referred n communication from Father Valentin as secretary or tho Catholic Mission, who agrees to sell ul Improvements on land situated in Hcela nnd occupied by tho city and county for one rttndred dollats. They received a complaint- from St. C. Snyrcs nf Maklkl street, who stated that the Maklkl stream that passes through his premises Is washing aw'.iy at Its hanks nnd something should bo dono to stop tho ravages of tho flood. They rofcrred a petition tor addi tional lights along Knjlluulaui lano to tho proper committee. They hciird 'ChalImaii,Iw,s reasons Tor a pormtiucnt pavemont along the down-town section or'tvlng'strcet. Ho did not ravor temporary or patch-work but wanted life roufihln& Tho big Government printing offlci at Washington was rocked .by n vio lent explosion, und although 'no one was injured ntoie than 2,000 employes dod panic-stricken to the exits. Tho oxploslnu was confined to a gus con duit In the street. I.owls Kojos, colored, 21 jeurs (ld, was sentenced to Imprisonment for llfo In the suterior criminal couit nt Plttsfleld, Hans., fpr tlio murder of Kr- I'ost Itnys in n qnu-rol on Nov. 31st. Kojos pleaded not guilty to first de gree murder, Jellied venl c.in be deliriously sen- jmiiud with lemon Juice nud celery salt. K' "-umW' H. E. HENDRICK II i:. Ilcndrlck, Ltd, Is the title used shi n January I by what was formerly tho Hawaiian Iron I'ence and Monu mental Works, Ltd. The cause for this change was first the necessity, oil nceount of tho growth and general development of the busi ness, of nn Increase In tho capital slock of. the company. rurtherinore, Mr. Hciulrlck has been the controlling own cFiltitUa corporation since Jt has been brought forward as an active fat tor In the btislneiFH circles of the city and Ter ritory. The company now occupies Its own building nt the corner of Merchant nnd Alakca sttccts? ahd N keeping pace with the general progress of the town Mr. Ilcndrlck has branched out In sev era new departments of trade and has been very successful hi nil his under takings DOLE GOES AFTER (Continued from Page 1) the new government homestead lots at I'uuwcla, Muknwao, Maul. .Several families of succcful farmers ricent ly from the t'o.ist wtrc early on hand lv bp rady when tbctr Humes wi're lulled In llyi urder supplhd to the land agent, ' " Many of the m'w settlers have been on tho lands at, Pauwela and were quite satlslicd with the uppajruiiee of the lots. Home of the settlers evident ly had expected to seo running streams of water, and when they failed to Und any running btoolis on the lots which they desired to 'choose, some were taken back, but yhen they were as sured that thrro lll Jio no dltllculty In getting good drinking water for do mestic purposes and that the natural ralnfulj or the district Is quite sulll elent for farming purposes, these ap parent iihitaclcsi' were removed and almost every one of them appeared early at the courthouse yesterday morning to take their places as their names were tufted for the selection of the p.irtlcuhtridotM which each ouo desired to take.. About four Muknwao residents also took lots esterday It If evident lhnt the settlers will nil go Into pineapple farming. A few made Inquiries jibout the history of wheat culture on'Mnul years ngo. Koine of them have made negotiations with tlio Haiku l'lncapplo ', fur contract price for thu pu'rehusc, of llielr prod ucts. and the figure so far seems sat isfactory. They have been assured that the price of pines has risen, If no satisfactory arrangements enn be made with the canneries already In I existence. Hie settlers will put upthelrl own canneries, its that would nssurol them of a factorMf their own, freej from outside Inlluences, where they can put up their products at tlgures that would bo nioijt satisfactory to them, Tho new hoinesteuders, Judging by their zeal as they appeared nt the Waltuku Courthouse jcsterilay ipurn ng, gave evidences that they all mean business. Their ndvenl marks a new era In the small farming history of Maul, and old residents wish them success In their pew undertaking. The list of home steaders, lots, etc., Is us follows: Mok,' Lot. Name. Value. Iteut. 123.80 4R.20 27.10 20.08 24 KO 23.22 22. OS 25.28 24.00 20 08 :i:.ih; 22.08 3. Ktcdcrlck CI'. Kriiuss . 815 ..lOSO . 079 . r,i7 . 870 . 8:t:i . 567 . 707 . C00 4. Henry U Kaucrs. C. i;d. II. llliinchard... (I. Florence Wood .... 7. V. I. AVels Win, J, Cooper .... Dana II. Newell .... IL-M. Wells Mrs, n, M. WJilto .. Walter V. Hamilton. Kylvnnm T. Stnrrett Isabella (', A. Lindsay Jns, Lindsay Mnrgnrlte VuiiKhnn . Thurston 11. Hlnckly 502 824 552 532 558 472 18.88 38.08 21 .' 23 08 22.15 210? 18,81 22 12 15 7(1, i; ( Mellor !'12 III I. J Lindsay ,... 528 Matilda K. H111III1 .. 577 Miss L. Hhcpnrdsou. 551 Mrs. M, II. Dow Hug 512 Owen Starke 471 I'alllon t, Jaines .. 552 Mrs. Ida M. )e 3!l V ('DOES Mt TMWK TVAiTt V, St" tho. U 1 JLooKS LIKE. AHUMtj THE PORTRAIT PAIeJTERS CRITIC3AFEW Of THEM HAND OUT THEIR UNPREJUDICED OPINIONS ON AKT POLITICIANS HOPE MR. B00SEVELT WILL MAKE TRIP ABROAD WAHIII.VOTO.W t). ('., Jan. 20. If Th"odorc Hooseyelt should l,u cotn pelbd to aluicut himself from the Unit id Htutcs for two months with Mrs. Itoofclt, tho politicians In this city believe tho presidential situation on tho ttcpuhllcnn side would he slmpll llcd ciMisldcrnbly. There Is no disposi tion lo say that the trip, If made, will h.io politics more In view than any thing else, and yet the political uil yuntoKti to bo derived from It would be great as-lo e'liise ninny politicians lo congrntutiito the contributing editor on making It. If there Is nny genuine widespread sentiment In t)iu Itepqbllcan party do- -am LW ' -afc. "M A Lft - iAv .at -JS nMjf M i tZZLjL2l mi t mm Mmmm J -Br?3if 1 fi'im mnnilhig that Mr. Hoosyvclt lie nomi nated this )cnr. It would have nn op portunity to develop naturally, and without tho possibility of charging Unit be int! anything lo do with It. If 'tnll' demand .for htm sl.ould. turn out to be.iqmrndlc and WcuTt ho cnul.l return homo and say with tntlrc con sistency that, he'nt no time had ImhiI n candidate. If, on the other litind, the demand should turn out to tic wide spread lie could accommodate, himself to It on returning und would be tilde to sny that be had nut dono a thing to foster It. The fact that i Is In New York. nnd comjiuratlvcly easy of access, has caused him also much personal dis comfort, 'it has not only brought hlin a heavy" letter mnll and many callert I dally, but It has tnndo It dlfllcult for him to preserve )'ith referenco to n PR I MO Acids a grateful zest to lunch or dinner. It aids digestion and soothes the nerves of the overworked. Iv k People who class beer with intemperate drinks .. should bear in mind that it is better, rnore healthful and benefiting than tea or coffee. Be sure and call for 'KBml TheJBeer That's brewed To .Suit The Climsie 'j5sESi3?m.'SriV''4i' ' nomination this enr the attitude laid down In 'tils public utterances, If ha were to ro away and remain until the fore part of April, there would still be more than two months of conven tion fore ma 111 and ntnplo tlmo to taka such u hand In the proceedings as bu might rare to take, 3. . -: SS ; , . MAD KING OTTO'S HEALTH FAILING MUNICH. Jan. 20. "Mad" King Otto Is reported today to bo In declining health and hU attendants believe his j tragic life will toon draw to n cloi cloe.' en In Otto, who Is S.J year old, has beer restraint for forty years ut I'urstcnreld castle. -him i pjim ric, ov ' - ytt 1 ,,,. -IsJrtr. 1 -3 3 1 M- Hill J I !