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U. S. SENATE KbttRDut
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Summary of Most Important i Says Present Plan of Tcrritor
Candidates for Upper ial Div'sion Works Suc-
Although Hawaii e!o ts only a Iclo
Rate to the lower I'ranr-a of Con ::pss.
n.'vHh inter st Is taken here ;n t.u
various senatorial battieu ilittt win bf
in active prosrefs on t! e ukainlacci to-
p.'Crrow. lne senate itractirally has
ti'e fate of the nigar tariff in its hands
and this year the Dercorats have paid
I'articuter attention to the senatorial
contests, gains so far as to organize-.
V..reau tor that particular purpose in
their national teudquarters.
A singular phase cf the senator:a
situation is the tact that with one ex
ception every democrat in tha present
WILL RECORD ALARM
. A few days ago . there appeared In
'the columns of Ithis jSper an article
era('withpurtae!riBf 'the Flre'Depart
Under; the contract between the Mu-j
iiftal Telephone Co. and the Den lo Te-
"tcJHng of the 'arrangement between ephooe Fire Alarm Co. of Hawaii, the
th Mutual Telephone Co. find th'ej Mutual Tleplione Ci. Lecomes the
Chief. of the Fire; Department, where-' operating company for the lenio syah
Dy -tne leiepaone company wouia Le.icm in ine cuy or Monoiuiu, ana oeing
.notified at: once on the receipt 'of. an
alarm, to tha(."lh4 telephone compaiiy
would be placed In a position to give
tbe operating company, the recorders
of the eystem which will be located
In fire headquarters 'will be duplicat-
Thus the telephone company, will re
cpive ridUce of a fife. over, the Denio
sysfmf simultaneously , with the Fire
Department This will; relieve, the
FJre Department . of the n( cesEity of
notifying he telephone company of
the, location pfva fire and will give the
telephone cqmpkby's '.operators the in
formation much quicker andmore ac
curately, as the recorders of i.Jj'4 Denio
compaVy give the exact location from
which an alaffe 13 ttirned in. ad ver-
lnigrm&uon aireci 10 meir suoBcnic ea.ia uie.ieiepnone couipanv a ouice. rlieiaeBltr t-
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j Senate who.e term expires .March 4
next will be succeeded by himself or
i fcome other-democrat !.r the reason
I that all of r them corae rroia certain
j democratic states.
! Change Of Seven Needed.
The battle of the Senate, therefore,
i is chiefly in the west and middle west
j in thore states cow represented in te
Senate by republicans. Makinj alfjv,'-
ance for the fact that Senator CJardne.
; the junior member from Maine, who 1:
j a democrat, may not br r.?el?ted. a
j whangs of seven Is al that :? recea
s.-iry to give the democrats control o:
j the Senate.
i Senator Sanders of Tennessee, who
pomtment of the republican governor
of that state, will, of course, be suc
ceeded by a democrat to be chosen b;
the legislature e!ectcd this fall.
Two senators will be chosen from
Colorado, one to fill the vacancy caus
ed by the death of Senator Hughes anil
cue to succeed Senator Guggetitetm.
The democratic pri-nnfy nominee
are Gov. John K Shafroth, the yrerenr
executive, for the long term and form
er Gov. Charles S. Thomas for the
the short term. There is very littic
doubt about their election.
Hope For Nevada Gain.
A senator "will le elec ted in Nevada
in place of Senator Maey, who waff
appointed by the governor folio winjJ
the death of Senator Ni: on. Senator
iassey is a candidate on the repuiv
licah ticket and his denidrrr,t?c oppo'
ncnt is Key Pittni3ii of Tcnoplh. Ne
vtda has the Oregon rvrtoir ani the
! legislature fs morahy bounl to elect
toe man wno receives tne popular voib
in the state. The third term partj
has a candidate and that rreatlj' in
creaiee Mr.' Pittm-n's chances. 'lTie
democrats are bopeful of gaining a
senator from Nevada.
In Oregon their chances ere regard
ed as excellent Senator Bourne wat
defeated for the f republican nomlha
tlon by Ben Selling and has now an
nounced himself as an independent
rcandidate. There is also a third term
aspirant. Dr. Harry Kane, former
"major of Portland ( is the democratic
nominee and will probaoly te chosen
be the next renator.
' Three candidates are contesting for
the seat now held by Senator Joseph
M. Dixon, campaign manager for
Roosevelt Mr. Dixon has nt been
able to give any attention Jo the state
and his defeat by T. J. Walsh, the denf
oeratic nominee, is counted on abao
lufely by the democrats.
In Wyoming Senator Franct3
Warren, who has been the state boss
for twenty yeirs, is having the figtror
his life. The democrats have a strong
Cimdidate in' the person of John B.
Kendrick of SheridaiL a member of
tfce present st2te senate.
Contest in Nebraska.
In Nebraska the fight is between
former Gov. A. T. Shallenherger,
democrat, and Representative George
W. Norris, who won the republican
nomination ever Senator Brown. Mr.
Norris is accused of trying to strad
dle, classing himself as a progressive
republican, yet claiming the regular
nomination while espousing the cause
of Roosevelt. Senator Hitchcock,
democrat, won by 20,000 majority two
years ago under the Oregon system,
and there is gocd reason to believe
that his colleague a?ter March 4 will
ibe a democrat.
Senator William S. Kenyon, reco
gnized as a real progressive, is in an
unfortunate position in Ohio. He won
the republican nomination by a large
majority and then declared for Taft.
This so angered the third termers that
they have nominated candidates in all
of the close districts which means
tht, for the first time in history,
Iowa May possibly elect a democratic
legislature, which will in turn choose
former Representative Daniel Hamil
ton, democrat, for I'nitf d States sena
tor in p!ac. of Kenyon.
(Stubbs Facing Defeat.
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By C. S. ALBERT
(SpvJal Star-Bulletin Curnpomk-iHi'l
WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct.
j Pre pa rations for the peruanent main-
terar.ee in Hawaii of a larger force of
infantry and cavalry are being made,
according to the annual report of,MaJ.
Gen. Arthur Murray, in command oT
tha Western division. Aside from mi
nor buildings erected at 4ae various
yests in the island, work has begun oh
te erection of permanent quarters for
a regiment of infantry and a regi
ment of cavalry at the Schcfield bar-
racks. In connection with this work a
caieful survey of the watershed, of
Kaukor.aht:a river has beea made o
determine the sufficiency of tte water
supply for the permanent, barracks:
The department of Hawaii was cre
ated in- October, 1811. Us Cvtablishc
ment has greatly accelerated the ad
ministration of military justice. The
strcngf-h cf the command July,.! ,19lt,
was Ji'JO commitstiuued officers and
14,825 enlisted men, and on the same
date this year 883 officers and 17.2834
enlisted men, a totaji, iarcejJgri5,ib,
There were. 778, general,; courts-martial,
and 7,370 trials, by, summary
courts-mart ial during the j year.,,
. "The present, plan of, territorial . di
visions has, worked out successfully,
and has resulted in Increased efficien-
says Brigadier General Murray
concluding the report. ;wSome .'departr
ment commanders favor a. partial, re
turn, at least, to the old order, "In thai
tbey believe officers of the judge ad
vocate's and inspector; general's . de
partments' should be assigned ;to duty
at department- headquarters. - .This
view is not concurred In.. It is believ
ed it would tend to a return to the .old
sysiem of departmental administra
tion, thus, tending ; to nullify, the
scheme of tthe war department, as '. re
gards dpartn)ents ahel ctrvlsions..;' . .
Br. Jimes Commeiidea. -C- i ? ? V '
Plunging Into waters infested .with
sharjksfc Actlngc Asslstaiit 'Surgeon W;
Fn James, of the public1 health service,
stationed a" Honolulu .rescued
anese wortian Uqio. drawtting on. Sep
teihbcr 23. "lie waslacfded for. bra very
by; Secretary of the , Treasury .; Mac
Veagh, who yesterday called attontloil
to his "human! tafiax, "and unselfish
Bla. k Kill
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human! tariin, "and k,uriseli
action." Div Jamesf aj iXorrherly
Roosevelt 9,ug!v;Ri?r,; l
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who, wish to attend the great" doings
in ' the palace grounds. The parade
from AchiV will be bTight with lights
an alive with music and sputtering;
with Reman candles. V
In this procession will Jn'th.e .R?
publlcati workers of tie fifth district.
The first', special car., to leae the
Kalihi terminus. vrtth. free passengers'
for the mass meeting will start at
? The( Portguesr banvibr: at fife
Patiba' chufchTeart3r;! In" .ttife -ivenlrig!
and wllr marcV td the' Palace grounds'
oy. way or-'izo, ra uca oow V -vineyard,
I Bmnjai AlaUa". and. : Hotel
streets, arriving. at the -scene-'.of Hle
bratlcn : at 7: 3d o'clock ;gatheririg
crowds" behlrid It ,'as It proceeds on its
musict "Way; It will, on arrival,5 sta-'
tlon itself hear the' bahast&hd and
a.dd to the Jollity of the evening;.' ;
Speakers Tonisnt. " ;r .;. ; ' --;:.y ;
Those 'who are to aduTesi the'mul
tlttide tdiiight frotn a platform Ui, tlie
midst Of ; the : brigb.tV " Illuminated
paVkT'tbat suTi;ou'nds thfc lexecutlVe
building, 'arfe Rbbert' Shingle, who
will . pfesldeV 'Uriit'eef States Internal
Revenue Cflfecttfr - Cot trill;: the silver-
tocgued oratorwhose" name as a
Epeechmaker .Is khown on' ttie:;; main
land as1 weiras It Is here; the Rever
end Stephen I Desha?, of ' the Big
island; Delegate to' Congress 'Kuhh
Kalariia naole, who lirfl T tomorrow be
re-elected to' Cohgresi by A grand
majority r L. Tenney Peck, the . prom
inent banker; "VViiliam T;- Itiwllns,
the energetle Itspublican booster and
straight ticket champion; Colonel
Samuel Parker, the popular candidate
lor the office of mayor of Honolulu;
George P. Renton, candidate for the
senate; Charles P. Chillingworth, ex
perienced in legislative work; A. p.
Castro, and others of note and eloquence.
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A valuable piece of property, on ihe corner of Hotel and ' Rich
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years. This year they have named a
f-ufficient number of candidates to
enable them to control the lower
house with a large enough majority
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son. democrat, is scneduVd to defeat i to overcome the Drohahle reDubllcan
Gov. Stubbs. the !hird terrrcr and one j majority in the Senate. r
of the sevin wi.--e or otherwise gover- The third term party candidates!
ny;s v l;o urj.-d Col. Roosevelt to be- have been named in about 70 per Cent
ccme caiiflidatf . Gov. Stubbs won of the districts, and democratic ex-!
the republic:! nomination onr Sena-1 perts figure that because of this the j
tor i urt,:-; on a t.i'ke. .Mr. iirri had ; democrats may, control the legisla
te popr.'i-.r majority, hut failed to tare by a narrow margin,
carry as niiiny 1. bilative districts as : Hughes Has Good Chance,
did h:s oppoivnt. iuT.ce Stubbs was New Jersey with Representative
f l - , . uaain nugaes a3 ine aemocranc
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irs a:r mtens.-.v
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ia rami aa n.,ttf Anllv
iauHinsi i:n,i u.k: niEtiy :t" operiiy i assured of a democratic legislature.
! fighting for Judge 1
Air. Hughes, bearing the stamp of ap-
i i proval of Gov. Wilson, defeated" "Boss"
IHmo:t-. ere to -ne'efd senator Cub ; Jim Smith by a handsome majority
lom ar.d x'ne ytlur to fill tho vacancy in the recent primaries, and his dec
eased ty the oi:s;i?)g of Senator Lori-: tion in the race of divided ODoosition.
is thai is confidently expected.
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I mail the rept:b'.ica:i nominee. Lorimer i crats have an excellent opportunity
was not rcr.fovfd from tl:- Senate) of carrying Delew'are and perhaps
. until after tl:- primaries ' id br-n I .Massachusetts on their senatorial tick-1
held, and accordingly trxre have I cen et. They also have fighting chances
ino nominations nndf for the short Mn South Dakota. Idaho and MInne- i
term. I'nder tbe Tiiir.ority represonta-1 sata. 1
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