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.APRIL 4. 1902.
For Representative Fourth District.
W. W. HARRIS
Divisions arising In the Home Rule
and Democratic ranks furnish a strong
er argument for enthusiastic unity
among the Republican voters.
The second precinct, which has been
known as a stay-at-home section on
rally nights, procd '.-t night that It
has tho enthusiasm that Is needed to
carry a special election.
Nothing has been moro conclusively
proved In local political work than that
attacks on candidates make otes for
opponents. The Republican fight
rhould be made on party principle If It
Is to be successful.
Essex county, Massachusetts, Is
keeping salt tears over Congressman
Moody's acceptance of a place In
Roosevelt's Cabinet. Moody's with
drawal from Congress has started a
most bitter row In both Republican
and Democratic factions to secure tho
nomination of his successor. Kulcs
are out on all sides.
Two Justices of the Supreme Court
whizzing by in a fashlonablo horseless
electric chlclc and the l'resldcnt of the
United States galloping by. saluting as
he went. In the rough-and-ready
clothes of a man out for an oftcrnoon
frolic, caused Secretary of the Treas
ury Shaw to remark. "The Government
of the United States Is a pretty lively
Institution." It Is certain the public
officers have to keep up full steam to
keep the wi
DELEGATES FOR VAoniNOTUrt
In deciding to send delegates to
Washington, to urge a settlement ol
the Arc claims and for quick cable
communication with the Coast, the
Chamber of Commerce Is uctlng wise
ly though a couple of jcars behind
the times. The question of an appro
priation for the rivers and harbors In
Hawaii might also be very properly
agitated, especially the dredging of
Much will depend, however, upon the
detection of the committee to visit the
National Capital. It any such men as
J. F. Hackfeld. n. F. Dillingham, J. I).
Atherton, F. A. Schaefer, Henry W'a
terhouse, S. M. Damon, E. E. I'axtuu,
J. 0. I'ratt. C. S. Desky, S. E. Damon,
J. P. Cooke or E. A. Mott-Smlth can
be Induced to go. with one of the Flru
Claims Commissioners Included with
the three' delegates, then Hawaii will
be assured of good representation and
of receiving an attcntlvo hearing at
the end of the Journey.
It Is qulto time that this Territory
became very scrupulous in the selec
tion of any delegates sent to Washing
ton by a commercial body of Honolu
lu. Men like L. A. Thurston and W. O.
Smith are played out and have no in
fluence there. They are, like Hartwell
and Haywood, known as lobbyists pure
and simple. Thurston's little affair
with ex-1'resldcnt Cleveland has not
been forgotten. Hartwell Is a nonen
tity and Haywood has never establish
ed any identity, his presentation of
Hawaii's sugar Interests quite recently,
to the Ways and .Means Committee, be
ing enough to Injure our main indus
try, when sicking any favorable legis
lation. The selection of the committee has
been left In comparatively new hands.
Let us hope the new men will acquit
themselves creditably. One good
spokesman Is needed and he should be'
thoroughly acquainted with the history
of the Fire Claims Commission. A
man with the details of the commerce
of the Islands at his fingers' ends Is
wanted to show the advantages of
quick cable communication and tho ad
vantages to the Federal government of
improving the harbor of Honolulu,
One of the delegates should have level
enajigh head to keep In friendly touch
.with tho newspapers, -while not giving
away business that will bo the proper
ty of the Federal departments.
While it may bo too late to expect
any favorable action at the hands ot
Congress during the present session
much good or evil can be dote to Ha
waii's future by the personnel ot the
present delegation, Its bearing, tho
force of Its arguments and by showing
Congressmen and Federal officials that
they are above the plane of the every
day lobbyist, who Is a creature that is
becoming despised within the precincts
of the Capitol building.
Since the foregoing was written, an
nouncement has been mado ot the se
lection of J, O. Pratt for the special
Washington work. Mr. I'ratt is emi
nently fitted for the task, Ho has
shown himself to be a public spirited
citizen and as a member of the Fire
Claims Commission can speak from the
book. Furthermore, he can be de
pended upon to stick strictly to the
business allotted to him, without com
plicating and Injuring business Inter
ests by going wool gathering nftcr poli
N0MIAT10N OF DREIER
TUE SUPREME COURT
(Continued from nage 1.)
If It were held that the Secretary
must pass upon the qualifications ot a
candidate, then his decision thereon
must be final. If he has the authority,
then he and he only has the right to
decide whose name or names shall go
upon the ballot.
Under tho position he had taken,
howeer, the people were not without
remedy. By the Organic Act the
Legislature was judge of the qtiallflca
tlons of Its own members. In case of
a disputed election the Legislature
would be bound to act In accordance
with the provisions of tho Organic Act
relative to the qualifications of mem
bers. Any other course would be
revolutionary. If the Secretary had the
power claimed by counsel It would cut
both ways. Ho would have tho power
to keep o: the ballot the name ot a
qualified person. It would be a tre
mendous power to put in the hands of
any man. The answtr to tho argu
ment of absurdity was that the respon
sibility for the nomination rested upon
the twenty-five electors nominating
and not upon tho Secretary ,
Mr. Kinney quoted decisions from
Dakota, Colorado and Michigan, be
sides referring to the Nebraska case.
Among other disputes hi those States
was that of rival nominating conven
tions. He contended there was not n
case cited where a court had gone to
the extent of conferring such power as
tnat nsked for by the other side. If
they were right, the Secretary would
have to go Into matters not set up In
the nomination Itself. In Nebraska the
nomination had to be acknowledged In
the same form as had a deed. The
petitioners contended that the Secre
tary had a right to go on as a sort of
cure-all authority to perform duties
not required by tho statutes. They
could not put upon the Secretary the
responsibility for qualifications of a
candidate any more than upon the In
spectors ot election. Tho absurd things
assumed by counsel could not take
place If tho people kept their eyes
open. Any danger of that kind was too
remote for consideration.
Mr. Robertson, beginning to cloeo
the argument, asked what occasion
there was for tho admitted duty of
passing upon the papers It It was not
for the purpose of carrying out tho
principles of the Australian ballot.
There was no answer to the position of
the protesters that was not also nn an
swer to the admission of the Secre
tary. If he might get evidence to pas3
upon one set of facts ho was equally
empowered to get evidence for other
facts. At tho very lrast ho should
take cognizance of notorious facts,
and It was admitted that Mr. Drclcr
wa legally cllglble'ns a candidate. Had
tlio Secretary not power to gu behind
the nomination paper to ascertain
whether the signature of John Smith
was not a forgery? If he had the pow
er to Investigate some questions ot
fact, they contended he had the power
to Investigate other facts. In the west
ern decisions quoted, while the oflicer
was obliged to place nominations of n
regularly held convention upon the
ballot, there was nothing to show that
It was not his duty to reject no m In a
tlons of a pretended convention that
was known to have never been held.
Mr. Robertson denied the alternativn
propounded by Mr. Cooper that tho
concession ot the power to pass upon Krclgh. with their secrctnrieH and at
qualifications Involved the cxchislon of !1'"'lnms' n"'vt''l ', yesterday .,t
any appeal from his decisions. The
Secretary would still be amenable to
tho courts of lnw under mandamus
proceedings. In conclusion he argued
against confounding the present Issuu
with the provision of tho law that thu
Legislature was Judge ot the qualifica
tions of its own members, They were
now dealing with tho stage of nomi
nations. The high controlling princi
ple In this submission was that what
led to absurdity should not bo upheld.
Chief Justice Frear announced that
the court would endeavor to render a
decision early In the day. Ho supposed
thero was not much time left.
.Mr. Cooper said tho ballots wero
printed and those for Walmanalo
should be sent by the mall closing at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning. If his posi
tion wero overruled, ballots woulJ
lime to bo prepared.
General Miles May
Soon Be Retired
Washington, March 23. Instead of
waiting for some time to avoid tho
appearance of making a martyr of
General Nelson A. Miles It Is said by
friends In close touch with tho Admin
Istinttou tho President will retlro tin
Lieutenant General from his position
nt tho head of tho army within two
r.'eeks. It Is further said that this ac
tion will be the result, not of any of
fenso committed, not on account of
nlB criticism of tho War Department
beforo tho Senate committee, but t-n
account of a combination of many nct
on tho part of General Miles which
havo led to general demoralization In
army circles, resulting In lack of har
"mony. Washington, Mnrch 21. A quick de
cision was reached by President Roos
ovelt to comply with tho request of tho
House, mado known through the pas
sage of Representative llurleson'8 res
olutlon, for a copy of all correspond
ence thnt passed between the Secre
tary of War and tho President on one
side and Lieutenant General Miles on
the other relating to the offer nt tho
latter to cud tho war In tho Philip
pines. The long delayed match between the
Puliation Athletic Club bowling team
and the Honolulu Scrubs will bo bawl
ed off tonight nt the-Alakea Htrcet
bowling parlors. The line-up will be at
7:30 p. m. C. A. Mackintosh will an
nounce the tesults of each frame. II.
C. Carter will keep tabs on the score
and C. L, Cutting will referee,
1 HE SIUB
CLAUSE AGAINST THEM
' STRICKEN FROM BILL
Committee Report Generally Favor
able to Mitchell rtahn Measure-Some
Washington, March 2C Tho report
of the House Committee on the Chi
nese exclusion bill wns filed today by
Representative Perkins of New York,
who drafted It, The report says In
"The committee Is unanimous In tno
opinion that the admission ot Chinese
laborers Into this country would be a
serious evil. Every endeavor has been
mado to report an net which will se
cure tho exclusion of Chinese coolies.
Wo recognize the fnct that frauds un
der tho present exclusion laws result
chiefly from the nbuse of transit priv
ileges and the Introduction of Chlnne
claiming to bo merchants who arc
really laborers. Wo have endeavored
to guard ngalnBt these evils.
"On the other hand, this country do
sires to obtnln Its fair shore of com
merce with tho East and with China,
and in our treatment of tho privileged
classes, the genuine merchants, stu
dents, etc., allowed by tho treaty to
enter this country, wo bavo endeavor
ed to nvold any discourtesy or annoy
ance which was not required to pr-
Tho report says that tho few provi
sions of the Kahn bill stricken out
were such ns might have brought Intl
question the constitutionality of tho
Tho leport further says: "Tho com
inltteo has stricken out tho provision
of tho Kahn bill which forbado thq
employment of Chinese on Bhips car
Olng tho American flag on the Pacific.
We regard this provision nB foreign !o
the purpose of tho bill, which Is to pro
tent tho entry ot tho Chinese Into thU
country. We also regard It as Injudi
cious. The result of such a provision
would bo to compel steamships that
now noat tho American ling on tho
Pacific to take British register. Thli
Is certainly not the way to build uy
our merchant marine, for which thero
Is a great demand. Tho work dono by
the Chinese- on these ships In the In
tense heat of the tropics Is work
which our American workmen could
not do, should not do and would not
Representative Clark of Missouri hat
reserved the right to mnko a dissent
ing report against the employment of
Chinese sailors on American ships.
VISIT IS REGARDED AS
Under Flag of Trues Four Leaders
Reach Pretoria After Bein? Very
Hard Pressed By Columns of
I'retoiln, March 23. Acting I'rcsl
dent Schnlk-llurger, F. W. Reltz, ox
Secretary of State for tho Transva-il,
and Commandants I.ucaH Meyer and
2.01 p. m. on a special train from Bal
moral, about fifty miles cast of hero.
They cume Into Balmoral under a flag
Upon nrrhlng here Mr. Schalk-Bur-
ger and his purty drove Immediately
to Lord Kitchener's headquarters,
where he hnd an Interview with thu
British general. The Boers afterward
proceeded to tho railroad station and
crtialned at 5 o'clock for Kroonstad,
whenco they will go out under a safo
For a weoV past Mr. Schalk-Burgpr
and his colleagues have been htatloned
at Ithcncster Kop, north ot Balmoral
where they havo been cleanly pressed
Li) British columns. Dispatch riders
entered Balmoral Friday night nnJ
notified the British of tho approach ot
tno party, it is repotted that the Hoir
position nt IlhenoBtcr Kop had become
almost hopeless and that Mr. SchalH
Burger onco narrowly escaped capture.
London, March 21, Tho nows thai
tho wandering "Boer Government" had
entered tho British lines is tegarded
as having hut one meaning, namely,
that another movement Is being mads
toward peace. Tho fact that tho cen
sor passed tho news of this movement
Is accepted as confirmation of till
London, Mnrch 25, Tho Dally Chro
nlclo this morning asscits that an ar
mlstlco linn been arranged pending tha
duration of Schalk-Ilurgcr's mission to
General Dewct and that offensive op
erations against Dewct, Delaroy and
Dothu havo been suspended. Tho throe
generals havo agreed to observe tha
armistice honorably until tho return
ol tho envoys to tho Doer lines.
Washington, March 23. It has been
published that J. Plcrpont Morgarrhas
declared himself hostile to tho nomi
nation or Mr. Roosevelt for tho Presi
dency. Railroad men, stock brokers,
heavy Investors In railroad securities
almost without exception took tho at
titude that If Mr. Roosevelt did not
chango his policy ho would find him
self absolutely without business sup
port and without any campaign fund
In 1001 should he bo nominated. Un
rtoubtedly some Influential men 1ia;o
fully decided to npposo Mr. Roosevelt
for nomination and for election.
These threats reach tho President
In somo form almost every hour of the
day. Manifestly the Immediate object
In view Is to Influence the Interstate
Commerco Commission In Its Injunc
tion proceedings against tho railroads
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THE BOERS ESCAPED
Pretoria, March 28, About 1E00
Doers under Delarey, Llebonborg,
Kemp nnd Wolmarans were within tho
area of Lord Kitchener's latest move
ment, but through surprised by the
lapldlty displayed by the British
troops, gaps In the lattcr's lines en
nbled most of tho burghers to escape,
The Doer prisoners totaled 179 men,
Including Comandmant II. Krueger and
former Landrost Nccthllng of Klerks
dorp. Senutor Wnrrcn'a Wife Dead.
Huntington, Mass., March 28. Mrs,
Helen M. Warren, wife of Francis U.
Warren, United Htatcs Senator from
Wyoming, died at the homo ot Stato
Itcpresentatlve II. N. Stanton. She
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tho hills of Massachusetts In queBt of
health. Senator Warren and her two
children were at ber bedside,
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