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xtions of business Immorality In high
jlacca Dr. Parks took occasion to men
'Iron In particular tho Junior United
states Seuatar from New York, who,
He said, stiojld bo required by the gov
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ilUt-'Ill UI WiO VvUUluiy ncDumduu,
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Foverned his actions when ho has
boen called upon to-meet certain men
coctally. Ho would not entertain them
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TELEPHONE MAIN 14a
IS PLAN 0U1 LINED
WHY PRESIDENT 18 FIGHTING
ODELL LINE-UP OF POLITI
CAL FORCES IN REPUB
New York, Dec. B. Republican poll
llclans wero electrified Monday nlghl
by tho statement of a high I'cderal of
flclal that he bad received advice
from Washington that President Iloos
cvclt himself Intends to succeed Tlios.
C. Piatt In tho U. S. Scnato when tho
latter's term expires In 1909.
The only precedent Is that of John
Qulncy Adams, who after retiring as
President, In 1824, became a member
Hoosevelt's ambition to remain chief
of his party in his home Stato, as well
as In the nation, after handing oter
the 1'rcsldency, as ho hopes, to nilhn
Hoot, Is furnished as ono explanation
of his reported plan to succeed Matt.
Tho President's Intervention In tho
btate leadership light, which ho puz-
tied politicians, Is alleged by the same
authority to have hem merely a movo
to clear the uay for himself.
The one man he believes to be In his
path Is llenjamln Odell Jr. And ho has
ennounend his determination to do
throne Odell to Secretary Hoot, Na
ttonal Chairman Cortclyou, Senators
Piatt and Dcpew, Collector of tho Port
Stranahan, Postmaster Wilcox and
The real motive for Ilooscelt's
war on Odell has been known In Wash
ington for several weeks," said the
Federal official, referred to above.
"Senator Piatt is correct In saying
that tho President first suggested Con
grcssman J, Van Vechton Olcott to
cuccccd Halpln. Had Piatt kept mum,
Olcott would havo been cloctcd, for
ordors had been issued to all the Fed
eral and Stato leaders here, who are
controlled by the President, to support
Olcott. Piatt gavo tho President's
Echcme away. The President was so
rrovoked that ho switched from Olcott
to Parsons, and Parsons Is to bo chair
man." "Hut Odell vhas Indorsed Parsons,"
"Tlmt makes no dlffcrcnco to tbo
President. Odell's support has simply
marie It the easier to land his man.
And tho man In control of the New
York county machlno has usually nil
cd the State. Piatt did. So has (Mill
Now Itoosevclt does.
"Tho next movo will bo to get Odell
out of tho Stato chairmanship. Hie-
Bins lias suggested N. V. V. Kranchot
and the President thinks well of him.
A meeting of the Stato committee will-
likely be called soon to name Franchot
If tho President feels he has votes
enough, t tell you, the PrcsldeLt Is
after Odell's scalp, and Odell l;now
"How docs .he know It?"
"Ho was warned of It tho day Piatt
was summoned to Washington to b
told by Roosevelt to get In behind 01
rott It was at tho Fifth Avenuo Ho
tel. An Influential Tedornl officehold
er who is quite as much a friend of
Odell as of the President, approached
Odell and said: 'Hen. war has been
declared upon joh In Washington and
the President Is In command.' Odell
oppiareil thundti struck for n moment.
His first observation was: "I don't be
lieve It. I havo always stood by the
President. What inoro can ho ask?'
" 'Kn matter, tho President Is
nsrnlnst you. He Intends to run tho.
macuino neio ihiudcii. . ...
was tho reply,
whnf la vmir authority?' asked
"Annarimllv Odell was satlsnca wiw
the answor, for he tossed his head In
the air and exclaimed In a rage: 'Well,
If tho President wants to fight, I sup
pose ho will have to, get u. inis nioau
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"Of course, u means u miaui,,
jou'll have to fight for your political
life,' returned tho friend ......
"Piatt's Interview, declaring that the
Prosldent was for Olcott and against
Odoll and Halpln, rouowca a on im-
Per O. S. S. Blerro, Jan. 9, for Ban
Francisco. I K. Bmlth, W. O. Smith,
ton, li B. Shaw! It. F. Henshall, J. p.
Mnmhv. MrB. Bruc erre. Mr. and Mrs.
Claus E. Muller, Miss A. M. Aloxandcr,
MrB. Coiuens. Dr. Howard, wife and
child, H. H. James and Wife, MIbs M,
li Privett. A. J, Davis, Jllss Hay U.
Uoll. M. L. Kuher and wife, Mrs, Julia
Ooas and ton, Mrs C. Urlwln and child,
C AV. airvln, J W Pratt, Z S Spald
ng, W. A. Moron, Walter Tupper.
the tlaes ai jvnnuiui and llllo occur
about an tyur earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Oreenwl-h time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tno
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is tbo same sb Qrccnwlsh. Oh Om,
Monday, January 8
Sclir. Knwnllanl, Kahnumalle, froir
ICona, 1 p in.
Tuesday, January 8.
O S. 8 Sierra, llotullette, from the
Colonics, S n. in.
Monday. January S
M. N. S S. Enterprise, Yotingrcn, for ,'
c.. ,.-..i . i mi- o.r- .. .
mm i riiiiiiBiu, iu iiuu, .iiu ji in
Stmr. Ko All Hon, Tullelt, for Kauai
ports, C p. in
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, lor iiamaKua
ports, G p in.
Stmr. Nllliau, v. Thompson, for ami
Kill), 6 ji. m.
Tuesday, January 9.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Manna I.oa. Stmerson, for Kf
uu and Knu ports, 12 m.
Stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson
Kauai ports, E p. m.
Stmr. Llkcllke, Naopala, for Maul
county ports. 5 p. m.
O. s8 S. Sierra, llotullette, for San
Fianclsco, 3 p. m.
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai rSiS. tha'tno nat
rnmr. Noeau, Pedcrson, from HanaU "-"W XTp
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A.-I1. S. S. Alaskan, Nichols, from
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Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Searle, for Koo-
lau ports, 7 a. m.
u. H. b. Ventura, tiaywaru, ior inj
Colonics, p. m.
C.-A. S. S. Moana, Glbb, for van
couvcr, p. in.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Hllo and way
ports, Jan. 9. Miss Sophy LameLa,
Dr. S. Kojlnm, Mrs. KoJIma, C. Glach
ncr, 11 l-angcr. It. A. Young, J. M. Mar
tin, T. Cllvo Davles, Ilev. P. S. Shlu,
Dr. M. S. narry, A. Mason, Dr. J. II.
Haymond, a. II. LciWs, W.M. Der,
Adjutant J. II. Ilamberry, Mrs. Ham
Urry, C. Hoy, J Logan, Gus noc, Lndy
Lauson, Miss Ella Qulnn, Miss Hni
greaves, T, J. King, Jack Winter, r.
J. Cross. T. A. Durllughaui, F. A. 'WicL-
fctt, W. GiLb, Chu Sang, Chu Nang On.
E. W. Thwlng, Archdeacon Jeffries, S,
S. Lltchlleld, J. C. Axtcll, Mies G Mc
Corrlston, Mrs. J. Lucas, C. C. Con
radt, Mrs. Couradt A. M. Drown, Mrs.
Hfown, Mrs. PacKllngton, Miss Pack
llugton, J. F. Urown, Mrs. Urown, C.
it. I'razier, u. . Maconacmc, v. j.
Spltzer, A. Illchley, II. R. Bryant, H.
(J. Austin, E. P. I ow, J. M. Hind, Mrs.
Hind and two children.
Per Stmr. Mauna Loa. for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Jan. 9. It. Wallace, Miss
Hattto Kauwe, Mrs. Magulre, Geo.
Campbell, Judge. II. E. Cooper, Dr.
Goodhue, Marlon Goodhue W. O. AlKen,
ratner James, w. a. wan, u. u scrim-
er, llout. Hind, MIbs Hemlngton, .Mr.
W. MtWayno, W. W. Bruner, C. D. Luf
Kin, M. K. Kcohokatele, Mtts Allecn
Magulre, W. Mutih, M. F. Prosier, Mrs.
Goodhue and seriant, Mrs. Aiken, W.
W. Chamberlain, H. M. Wells, Mrs.
Hind and two children, Miss Ela
Per stmr, LlkcllKe, for Maul ports,
Jnn y. For llalawa: J. NakaleKa.
For l'ukoo, George Trimble.
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Jan. 9, 1006.
Tomporaturos C a. m 70; 8 a. m ,
E9; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 71; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m , 30.10; obsoluta
humidity, 8 a. m., G.9D3 groins per cu
bic fot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 90
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m 66,
Wind 6 a. m, velocity 3, direction
NK; 8 a. m., velocity 7, direction NK:
10 a. m., velocity 3, direction NE;
noon, velocity 9, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours endo4
So, m, .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 2i
hours ended at noon, 200 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
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Washington, Dec. 21. Tho report of
the Naturalization Commission appoin
ted by the President, and composed of
Milton D. Purdy, chairman, assistant
to tho Attorney General; Galllard
Hunt, chlof of tho passport bureau
of the Department of State, and Rich
ard K. Campbell, officer of tho Bureau
of Immigration, Department of Com
merce and Labor, Is mado public to
day. The Commission recommends a uni
form certificate of naturalization, and
that thcra bo established In tho De
partment of Commerco and Labor a
bureau having chargo of all naturall
ration matters. It Is recommended
that no ono shall hereafter bo admit
ted to citizenship who docs not Intend
to risido permanently In tho United
States and who does not Know the En
glish language To preicnt naturall-
- u"s' .-"".. v.v.....
The report ghes evidence to proo
that many courts now confer naturall-
ration Improperly, and recommends
that naturalization bo restricted to
Federal courts In those places whero
such courts aro almost In continuous
bcsslon. and to Stato courts in otner
places, so as to fasten Tesponslbllty,
He doem't belle; o that ndvcrtlsa
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