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And Things He
The meeting ot the Republican ex
ecutlvc committer, planned foi last
evening at headquarters In tho nilto
building, n postponed until later,
and the opm meeting, at which Sena
tor Cnrtcr, recently returned from
Washington, was to speak, was pro
ceeded with. The headquarters ac
commodated a (,ood sized gathering nf
Republicans and at 8 o'clock Chairman
Kennedy announced that Senator Car
ter had something to tell those I rec
ent of his experiences and Inipresslnuv
In the nation's capltnl.
Had No Set Speech.
Senator Carler commenced by sa)
Ing that he had prepared no set speech
for the occasion, but felt It his duty ta
report to the Republican party what
he had learned of things In Washing
ton as far as Hawaii was concerned.
"I want to talk freely," said the Sen
ator, "and I hope that 1 will not hurt
nnybody's feelings 1 think tho Itepub
Menus of Haw-ail should know Just hovi
things are at Washington nnd Jusl
what we have to contend with In get
ting nny legislation for this Torrllor
"I hope there are none but Itcpubll
inns heie tonight Of course, .miii
mutt remember that what 1 tell .miii Is
Just my own impressions, and eui
must take vvhnt I my for what It ii
w oi th.
Not as a Representative.
"I went on to Washington not us n
Representative of the Republican par
;y. It Is due to the Republican party
however that 1 should tell bomc of the
things I found there. If any of )oti gu
on to Washington anil have business
with Congress jou will be able to prof
It by what I did not know when I weu(
"The first question I asked on orrlv
Ing at Washington was what bad In.
"ome of our bill apportioning the I la
wallan Senate 1 wag Informed that
A'llcox had put our hill In And tint he
lad also put In one ot his own.
"Evorjthlng In Congress Is done by
committees nnd subcommittees, and
.he chairmen of these committees and
mb-commlttecs arc responsible to
heir party"for what transpires. The
"halrmen aru praetlcally the eommlt
tees themselves. You may b .in a
commTTtee"nnd not know what Is go
Saw Congressman Knox,
I asked Congressman Knox about
1 'li" that Representative of jours
didn't eall It up, what are you going ta
do about it?' said he.
"I informed Knox that tho bill waa
seiiT In by our Republican Ceutial
Committee. He mid that that made a
til fremiti' und asked wio was our
committeeman. I told him Mr I'urkei
was our committeeman. 'Wb. I know
Mr. I'arker, he said nothing ubout It,
ealil .Mr. Knox.
"Knox asked me if theio was going
to be nny opposition to our bill I said
that I anticipated considerable oppo
Billon and mentioned caypless.
" 'If there Is going to bo au opposi
Hon there will he great difficult) in
getting th - bill through,' sulil Kuo
He advised me to tee tho nthci side
and try to ui range n compromise
Week With Caypless.
"I spent n week with Cnvpliss tij
Ing to reach n compromise. I wis In
n most disagreeable position Kno
vvmti d everything He would not con
cede an) thing.
"I'eihnps I had no business to med
dle In the matter nt all, but It heenie d
that something ought to be done I'D' J 1
did what I felt to be tho best thing mi
der the clrcuTnstnncis.
"One dny Oovernor Povvcis of Alullic
lead me a letter from Wilcox wnlc.li
wns In some respects not (illicit. 1
drew his attention to tin- Mil ami
Governor Powers suggested that I
write him a letter, stutlng wheiein
Wilcox's letter wns Incorriit. 1 did to
I wns not Jiift sine, which side. Powers
Caypless Wanted Earth.
"I explained to Oovernor Powers
thnt n compromise with Cajplesn was
almost Impossible. Cav pless wanted
tho earth, I said I was willing to make
any reasonable compromise.
"Congressman Aoblnsou complained
that we were alwas making n row
down In Hawaii When ! left tho
committee meeting I went to seo Con
gressman Knox and said that Uohmson
seemed to lie bitterly opposed to my
tide ol the case 1 said tint Cajploss
was giosslf misrepresenting the whole
nlfnir and that it would be nn outrngn
IcVa Republican Congi to puss nny
such bill ns Caypless w pled.
Settle Own Affai'S.
"Knox said that wo outf! 1 tn In al.lr
HeeeefL-Mv-V ( ' '
to settle our own nffnlrs here In Ha
wall without taking our troubles tn
Washington He said that there wn
bound to be discontent here In Hawaii
whichever wav the matter was tina.ll)
"Knox suggested that we should I
pass n hill giving authority to the fine I
ernor of the Territory to make his ow n
"I said Unit I did not think that thu'
Republican party would object. I
"Then I received a note from Cay '
pless, salng that he wanted to discus!
the matter with rue. I went to htm
and he told me of Knox's suggestion
concerning the (Jov ernor CnvpIeM
then suggested thut we settle the mat
ter li) putting the Hcnntors In a lml
nnd drawing for n decision. I would
not ngree to nny such piojiosltlnn say
Ing that If was dccldedl) unfair.
Ready to Scrap It Out.
"I told Cuv pless that I was wlllintf
to scrap the matter out ln-fore the
committee The committee met tr.
next morning but was very busy.
"Knox then suggested thnt we wait
fo'r the coming of (Imoinor Dole aud
talk to him: perhaps he would havr
Mime ideas to advance nnd mime sua
gestlons to lllllke.
"I wns anxious to get to Chicago and
left When caiiie back the bill had
passed the House I was natiiratlj
When the matter ennie up before
tin- committee ('ovcrnoi Dole was prea
"nt and most nf the time was spent by
KiiMiison c ross questioning Dole,
Dole's Poor Impression.
I must sn) that Governor Hole did
not mnke n goofl Impression when be
foie the committee. Perhaps, howev-
the committee was most Impressed
when Rohlnsein wns questioning the
Governi'r on the sugar proposition,
nfilo's answers displayed an utter lack
of knowledge of sugar matters, tnso
mm h that they all dec tared thai he
could not posslbl) Jie Intel esled In the
"When alt evidence was In nt the
committee, meeting I hnd it chance to
have my say.
"I spoke of thu bill being adverse to
the Ite-pubtlrnn party in Hawaii, and
they nsLcd roe why I was not on hand
lo attend to the matter in) sell. I ex
plained thut Knox had assuieil mu
that the mutter would not he- brought
up until Uovernoi Dole arrived. It
be tins that Kuox wns iu Huston when
the bill was called up and Ttnhliiiou
took It up nnd It passed the IliiUiu.
Trusted Knox Too Much.
".M mistake wns in tiustlng Knox
If an) ul )ou go to Washington on
IhihIiuoH or this natiiie I advise )ciu to
get someone to object when mi objec
tlounble miiibiiiv ol Ibis kind is
biuiigbl up In the House Wham
then- Is no objection tin- bill Is IIKol
"When un iibjtctioii Is Hindi- tin- bill
lus to be set lol illsl usslnll If 1 had
thought for n moment thut Knox wus
going to full down I would have ar
rnngeil matters with smiie member be
fore leaving lor Chicago.
Started on the Senate.
"I then stiiitid In on tin- Si nine I
went to sec Senator I'oral.i r Striuge'
to bit). Hawaiian mntti-is uie not ro
ta red to the Committee oil Territo
ries but to the ('oiniiilttec for Porto
Kim mid tlie Puclllc Islands ur which
.Scnutoi l'oraker Is ihuiiiiiau I also
went to seo other Senators Porn ,ei a
iniiiiiilttee wns with us.
"I Ml that if ue did nut siittetd III
geltlug nii)thllig dune this m-hsioji
the n- v.oiild be iliatis In Hawaii
' Cii)plss bald he was inntlili lit that
his bill would puts the Smate He ad
mlttcil that I hud tlie ciitn with tha
Scniiten but was nunc tin 1 -- mi
of his hill going thiuugli.
Saw Senator Fcrakcr,
'I iiiude an uppulnttiii in nilli "m 11:1
tuY 1'or.il.er 'llieso ini-li aio e uud
tligl) bus). Just to give von 1111 Id til
bow diffliult ll Is to see i-iuue ol tuuse
Senators Senator I'orakei wild thnt
he could talk to me- IT I Wuilld coin up
to his house while, be was drcssliu for
dinner I went lie was nut diessiug
He hail finished dressing. I usked him
about our nppoitlonnunt bill.
"'I urn going to report It Monday fur
)ou,' be said 'It will go to conference
and )ou will have to keep u vvuteh on
It.' He explained that Congiess was
In 11 bad huiiioi, having so much Phil
Ipplne and othci Important buslne-kJ
on lis hands.
'I told It 1 in that 1 could mil stn) to
itleud In the matter lie said thut
.iiuiit lit would have In look nftoi tin
bill Hi snld he thought the s II would
pass the hi nuie. ronikei said fui tin. r
Unit he was tuKlug III) wold for tho
bill's liiipiirmnie 10 tin Itepublli an
; nit He hlmsell hi N'lld. did not
mi the linpui'auct of llu in. ami' It
was a small mullet all", all in hij
"Wc dlsiiisfeit the inaltcr fiiilhej
with the rosult thut 1 addressed , let
tor lo Senator l'oiaker. nt his sungcs
Hon. I will reud the letter: '
Letter to Foraker.
" 'Wasiflngton. I) C May I, Ifl 12.
"'Hjii. J. It. I'ornker, Chairman of tho
Committee for Porto Rli o and the
Pacific Island. United State!
" 'Dear Sir' House blft Hl.o'fi, even
as amended by report 121'.'. apportions
the Hawnllnn Senate adversely to th.
Republicans and favorably to their op
ponents, the native Home Rule party
"'However, owing to thu man)
measures uf nntlonal Importance
which will now occupy Congress until
Its close, It seems as If tho best Inter
ests of Hawaii will be served hy yield
Ing to the bill In the form that It lias
passed the House rather than a eept
the tendered support of the majority
of the members of your committee,
which means n further delaj ; a run
p-reuee with the House and tlie pos
slblllt) of the matter being lost s'ght
of III the hist cla)s of the session
" 'The Importance of some action by
Congress outweighs all oTIier consider
atlons. Kindly thank tile members of
voiir committee who hnvu sfgullled
their willingness lo assist tlie Republl
can pnrl.v ami the natives that are loy
al In It. Very sincerely,
' '(ll'Oltfii: R CAItTI'U."
The Dinner to Dole.
Senntiir Caitei went on to speak ol
the fileudl) and Interested attitude ol
t'liiiBMssiiien toward Hawaii lln
spoho of the dinner given In Washing
ton to Govenioi Dole and said It was
.1 gieat uffali. an uuiisiial nunibei ol
piominint men nttenilliii.
Senator Cniter snw Senator I'orakcl
belore leaving Wnslilngton In eoiineo
Him with flie lire claims and impress
ed the Importance' to Hawaii of leg!
latloii on these claims Senator Kora
ker said that he thought ft was too
1nte for mi) action this session.
l At Rwanzy, chairman of the com.
tultteu wblilt bus In cli.'rge tie ar
rangenie-ntH for the cclcbnttlon of the
co'onatfon of King i:iv:iiil VII.. whlrli
tnkes phnc on Juno Jl li.is jppuint'd
the following fO-nmltteK lo take
Churgc of the dilTelt'ir ph .sen of th
I'lnaiicc-W. Al. GUI. ml I'. C. lim-
vies. A A. Young, I. Jl. IX'vs-'tt, A. W.
T. Ilottomle), J. . Kiiralay.
("hureli Service T ('. Davie, Wray
Talor, J. C. Cook, ll W Al. Mln, U.
W Jui dan, H. Stiles.
Ikirly Closing .1. ,. Keuu-d), 1 G.
I'ulhw'll. J. Wal -lie '1
Slioits A. 1 O. Alklii.on, It Aif
del sou. It A .lord in. II !' Iliiiiumoie,
Uev V. II. Kilcat P. Hiililsi.n. II II.
Sim tall, A It Hiitllelil. I G Ilia k-
man. 1:. II Woeli'hiiii , -I h Augiit:,
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W. Al. Mist. II AIcK. Hairlson. Al. It.
Jamlei-uu. II. Atmltiige, W. G Single.
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P. O HOI WJ rt ,,
THE OLDEbT CHi. 'SSE FlRAt IN HONOLULU.
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.1 -111 Nntitnn
GEO, A. MARTIN,
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William MCKinley LOdge
K. of P. Instituted
STARTS WITH PROMISE
- OF SUCCESSFUL CARFER
Initiation of New Members and In
stallation of Officers Followed By
Banquet The Charter
President McKlnle) had a niemorUl
erected to him In Honolulu )esterda)
which may outlast many monuments
of bronze or marble Inscribed w It It hit
honored name. Tills one Is dedicated
to I'rlcndshlp. Charlt) and llcncvol
ence, being a new lodge of the Knights
Dr A. N. Sinclair. District Deputy
Supreme Chancellor, had the honor ol
Instituting William AlrKlnley Lodge,
No. x, of the Territory of Haw
Jurisdiction. At I p m. he held a
special lodge session for the Initiation
of new membeis of the order, and In
the evening eondiiited .1 publli Instal
lation There Is a household of ;.
Knights to garrison the new castle.
dntwn from the professional, business
and mechiinlenl elements of Honolulu
The lodge starts with ever) promise o(
a siucessrul career About lit!) mem
bers were present at the Installation
In Harmony hull D D S C Sin
clair was assisted In the impressive
ceremonies b) 11 I Gallagher as
Grand Prelate and '. K Mi) Ms us
Grnnd Master nt Arms Piilloulng is
tlie list of officers Installi-d for the 1 ur
ic III tlTIll
(' Al. V Porsti't, C. C
I" II Kllbey V C
II A. Tn)lor, Prelate,
Geo. II. Ward. Al. of W
A. Arendt, K. of R. & S
W P Storey. Al of Hx
i: It. Hendry. Al. of P
G. Hrli kson. Al. nt A.
A. Chambers, I. G.
D. P. laiwrence. O. G
Trustees A. N Sinclair, P C II
MrKcchnle and Jas lllcknell.
Lodge ph)slcluii A. N. Sinclair, P
Chancellor Commander roister was
greeted with applause as he assumed
the gave-1 of authority, when the grand
otlleers gave place to the lodge officers
His first official net was to proclaim a
recess for refreshments. V S Alur
shal Hendry und other brethren served
out toothsome sandwiches and salads
with prime Hawaiian coffee, supplied
from Ihe Gmbrlnus cafe by D. R
Cnmarlnos. Cigars were also hnudetj
The charter members of William Me
Klnley Lodge are the following nam
ed: A. N. Sinclair, II. AIcKccbnlc. 0. P.
Hrlckson. II Doxc). A. Weill. Alfred
Arendt, II. A. Taylor. O. A. .Martin,
W. G. Haston. II. S. Gregory, Dr. L. U.
Cofer, K. I. Gibson, A. II Arlelgli, H.
lliiffandeau. W. L. Henkels, W S. Rln
le) , J. I). .McVeigh. G. i: Ward, E. R.
Ilendiy. D. P Lnwieuce, Paul Smith.
W K. Store). W. J Mood). I., A Uart
lett. A Chambers, .lumi-s Illeknell. W
N. Patten II lllcknell. It. S Plersou.
I' C. Martin. C Al. V Pursier "P II
Kltbcv. Ilarr) Human. Hnbakuk Mor
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tumpo-ed of new recruits to l'jthlan
lani, llicic has been some llltle drult
upon Oahu lodge- for Wllllum McKln
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