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Hearst and Hughes'
Make Warm Politics,
For New York State
MANY DEMOCRATS GO NG TO HUGHES
New York, Sept. 27. The day after
thu IliifTnlo con vein Ion llniln Now
York Stnto preparing for thu fiercest
Political campaign In ltn hlstoty. .N'olh
lug Is apparently lathing to ndd Inter
tct to tbo rtilgf.le. An outsider Horn
Cnlirorulii, who In building up n polit
ical eonst Ituenry, dellhciately antago
nist! n powerful clement here, has
captured tbo Democratic party, mid
threatens to upset all political tradi
tions In tbo State, Just ns be earlier
In life upset all Journalistic: traditions.
Vhntccr else may bo said of Haunt,
be has I cached commanding position
In Hlntu and national polltlm.
A eeitnlu cynical California)!, In
NpcaMng of HearHt's remarkable ca
reer here, nald today: "Of all Callfor
tlans who havo come to New York
uml iikkIo people Kit up and take no
tice, tlenrnt Is In a class by blmielf,
Cnrbetl. JcffrleH, lllnnche Hates, Wll
ton Mlint-r art dead ones compared
with him." ,
The New Yorker, however, bao
gel paM eyiilcljm ns concerns Hearst,
and Imo readied n singe of alarm at
tho effect of lils poll! leal victory.
Hearst aeeiiniplBln-d what n jear ago
uoiild hue scorned Impossible, for ho
had yesterday as his ally at lluflalo.
Hokb Murphy. Win at nno time wns
enrtouned dell)' In Hearst's papers as
a cr.mlct In snipes.
l'robnbty never before has the old
campaign axbiin, "politics makes
ipicer bed-felbws," been exemplified
no well. Still another luicicntlng fea
ture of tho situation Is the discontent
In tbo Democratic ranks canned by
Heatst's nomination. Jeiome, hlmHclf,
J n avowed eandldato for the iioiulna
'Ion that HedrHt received, threatens
in lead n bolt to aitpport Hughes, tbo
Hughes, (iiju)lng nt present great
prestige; coming from Ids nduilrublu
luudiict of the Insurance Investiga
tion, will make a speaking campaign
Biieh as has not been seen In tbo Um
pire: Statu nlcee helnru llooscvelt
made his wlilihvlml tour of the State
N'otwitbstaiidlnR tbo formidable, op
petition to Hearst there aio astute
politicians beni who would not bo mm
pilsed at bls"lctory. It cannot he
denied tb.it ll;arst has a great follow
liiB,ln this city mid State. Tbo Indica
tions of this were given when tho to
cent llrynu icceptlon In Madison
Sipiaiu (iarderi enmci near being turn
ed Into n lleamt rally. Wlillo every
I'mcoiilentecl man in New York; ev
erybody who wnbts to get something
lor nothing; mery policeman who
wuiita lie ibrcc-platoon systuni; every
Tauiuiauy man cheerfully wearing
Murph'H collar ntul every Knst Side
Jciw nro under Hearst's banner, sllll
I bey all form a voting eoiiMltocncy
any cniidlilate. ho ho safo, sauu and
cuiii'ervntho or yellow, Is after, and
they iiiiiylaud Henrst In tbo exetit
thu chair, Theio Ih no up-todnte po
litical iritis llrtust and Murphy to
gether ennnnt turn nml they may yet
turn nno Jlmt will tlnow thu Ilenist
opposition Into grenter coufiislou than
it present, ami Hint Ih to make n deal
Unit will re alii the loyalty of Mc
C'lt'llnn, Jeroim, Illiighnm and other
Important Dcnioerallc officii holders
and thus minimize tho councipiciiceu
uf the present bolt.
Hugne6 Was Man
Saratoga, N. V Sept :'C Kxpedl
lion marked the second unci Dual clay
of tbo Itipiibliiau Statu coineutlon.
prom oarl) this morning, when It lis
iiiine known Muil Ubnrlci K. Hughes
of New York would bu nominated fo.1
(lovirnur by u-cluiuutlon, thu jiroctod-
tngs piacllcnlly hecuinu formal unci
were pusliid to completion with the ut
most speed. The selection of the to
tnalndcr of (be ticket und the choice
of n now stato chairman weio accom
plished before the euiivoiitlon nsscm
hied und It only lemiilned for thu con
enllon to ratlty nil that bad been nr
Tho iiiuipleto ticket Is ns follows:
Governor. Cliailci 13. Ilimhca: l.lun
tennnt (luvvrnor. I.lun l Uruce; Scc
utary uf Slule, John V. O'llrlcn; Coii-
iioner, Marlln i:. Lowls: Treasurer. J.
O. Wiillcnmeler; 13ngluccr. II. A. Vim
Alstyiielll Attorney (ieucral, Julius M.
Thu tefslon of tbo lonvcntlon liisleci
ubotit two Iiriii-m mid In that time the
riiinuucnt organization was elfected,
tbo cliatrinuu, Stato Senator W. W.
Aimstioug ut lluchustor, delivered bin
poeeh, thu cicilenllula cumnilUeo ro
porlcd und lti report was ogiccd to,
the platform was icad and aduptcd und
a campleto Stnlg'tlckct nominated.
Tho nnderiitood prefcrenco gf Presi
dent Roosevelt for IugliC3 and tho dui
luratlon of (loveinor Illgglns that bn
was no opposing tlmt jircferied eandl
dato, contributed materially to tlio ro
suit, but all this would have, been un
availing hud it not becu for thu decid
ed htatid wlile'i lurton3 mnlntnliicd
from the tlmu ho arrived lit Suratoga
until thu oppobltlou tu his eandldato
rumbled to dint,
Thu platform Indorses President
Kooiiuvclt uml praises his tpcclllu -mU.
Tho wlbdoui of tbo piotectlvo turllf la
ulJlrmcd. mid It Is demanded "that Its
revision, us occasion may tecjulre, bn
Intrusted to Its friends and not to Its
Legislation "for the restoration of
rtn Amcileaii merebitit marine, ro that
tho iiimilirila of millions now paid o
niruiKii snipping inieroots may no p.iiitj
iu iiu unii jieojiie, ho i mil our loicigu
trado may bo strettRtboned uml en
bilged, and so ll.nt uii muy havo in: In
valuublo iciorvo powor of ships unci
men In eaie uf wur," Is fuvorcd. "Thu
, stand taken by l'losldcnt llooscvclt In
bis application of tho clgbt-huur law"
Noat York. Sent. 2.1. Chattel K.
Hughes receded, tho uotlflcnlluii of his
uuminauon ror (iovernor nt his home in
West I3nd nventtc, with his wlfo and
two ilnuglitcrs. The news inmc td him
in the form of a telephone mesiage,
and a little later the confirmation was
found In nn otllclal telegram from the
convention Itself, Immediately bo sent
a foiinnl mcis'igo of acceptance through
Hn.i(or Allied It. Page. Hughes wns
content to allow this messago to be his
only public: utterance nt this time on
tliu subject of lils nomination, n me.)
Mago In which he pointed nut that he
accepted without pledge uthcr I linn to
do bis duty according to his conscience.
ntul in which ho declared tlmt If elected
ii wuuiii uc ins ambition to gltc u
pane, ciriclcnt and honorable adminis
tration, free fititn that or'husslsin or of
He declined to dlsriisu his candidacy
or his tiiobnblu altitude on tho l.isucs
of tbo campaign, but raid that his null
lloMntomonts during the ennvais would
bo coiitlncd to the platform, which It
was expected would take up much of
bis time, and to which ho was prepared
to npjuy ninucir.
Ltcuteuaiit-novcrnor Timothy I,.
Woodruff" of Kings county was elected
chairman of tho State committee, suc
ceeding cx-flovcrnor II. II. Odcll.
HearU Running On
Du Halo, Sept. 27, 1:30 a. m. On a
plalforni wrltton by W. Ilourko Cock
van which dcntiiinii'S centrnlUatloil of
private ciilcrprlseb In tho hands of tho
ilo eminent and which extends felici
tations to William J. llrynn without
saying anything about tho Presidency,
William Randolph Hearst was nomi
nated for tlovctnor by tho New York
Democratic State Convention nt'nn
cr.rjy hour this morning. With Hearst
two of tbo other candidates of the In
dependence League lor Stnto olllcca.
those far Lieutenant Governor and
feci clary of State, also were nominat
ed. Only a slnglo ballot was taken. Con
gicssmnu William Siilser received the
votes of thu minority. ,
Hearst 8elzeo Party Name
The nomination of Henrst, which It
Is openly charged Is thu culmination
uf notorious strong-arm and black
mailing methods, means a hopeless
split In tho Democratic party and n
walkover for the Republicans, who
have chosen Hughes, a clean and
fcailcbs man, as their standard-bearer.
The Demoeinllc ptrty In New York
has been split he)ond leconclllatlon.
)Ionrnt Iiiih seized tbo party name and
thu organization that goes with It, hut
he has driven out old lino Democrats.
The only refuge: of tho Intlur la the
ilupublicnii camp. In tho llno-iip for
tho election tbero will bo en emu side
Hearst, being the olllclal Htundnrd of
Demociaey. and that of thu Independ
ence League; on the other, the double,
forces of tho Republican party and
Democints who think their party has
been bettayed, under thu Ic.idcishlp
of Chailes 13. Hughes.
Tbero is to ho no bolters' ticket.
This wus decided early today when
thu iiowo was Hashed from Saratoga
that (JhailcH 13. Hughes had been nam
ed for (loveinor by the Republican
State Convention. "Tho Albany Con
lercniu," which Ik tho nnnio taken by
thu nntl-Itenrst men, welcomed; Hughes
uomlnnllou with unfeigned delight.
Jerome To Stump for Hughes
William Truvers Jcionio will stump
the Statu for Hughes. Ho mild: "Wo
do not thlnl. that this Is n Democratic,
convention. It Is not lopiCHonlutivc.
I for one believe wo nro entirely ab
solved lroiu any obligation to Hiippoil
a ticket put together In u buck room
by Murphy, I'nt MrCarrcn and Tim
Sullivan. I believe It the duty of thin
rouiercnco to give unmistakable lit
teianco to their belief Hint this con
vention was not Democratic In nny
bsiiso of the word."
Declaring their freedom from nllo
glaiu-o to tho Hearst ticket tho and
Henrst Democrats will Just vote and
work for Hughes and let It go at
"If you nomlnnlo Henrst as your
candidate for Governor,'' said Senator
Rallies, "you will read his principles
tu thu socialistic, anarchistic teaching
of Hearst's yellow papers."
Tho congressional enrcar of Hearst
was utlucU'd mid tho ullugcd deal be
tween Hearst and Murphy was dwelt
upon. It was no wonder. Bald Raines.
that a man who had exploited himself
for Mayor or Now York nnd who hail
clubbed the convention Into nominat
ing him for flirt ernor, "should regard
our necks as Mcpplug stones to tho
it was declared that the tires dentlnl
nomination wus Involved In thu deal
A telegram or protcht against the
Inconsistency of thu nomination for
Governor of Now Yoik by n Demo
cratic convention of u 'man who hud
defeated that party In Cullfornln. re
tclved dining tho ovcnlnc fiom Call-
forms was lead.
PRESS AGAINST HEARST
New York Papers Denounce tho Can
didacy of the Editor
New York. Sept. 27. All Now York
Olty niiwspapers except thono owned
by Hearst oppose him for (loveinor.
I'ollowliiK nro pome extracts from edi
torials: New York Evening 1'ost "Wo stnit
out with good hope, because Henrsl'tt
nomination has instantly piovokcd,
along with nausea, a revolt. Hundreds
of honorable Democrats openly repu
diate him; thousands are sajlng Ipitct
ly that they would no more think of
voting for him than they would of
fiy,lng note. Not n reputable Hum
uerntlo newspaper In this Dcinocrntlr
city will Biippott him. It Is nut neces
sary to tnlk abotL organizing a Demo
cratic bolt. Thu thing Is automatic.
Moteovcr, though Henrst now appears
more powerful than ever before, ho
nlcci appeals inorf contemptible. Tho
trickery, bribery and completo Biirren
ilur of his piofesslonnl opinions, which
hnvc marked hU course during the last
few weeks, havo idiown him so tin
nciupitlnusins to disgust many ot his
New York Sun Tho Democracy has
cut Its tables and gouet nilrltt. ltil
course. Is out to sen. In September,
live years ago,' Iho I'rosldcnt of the
United States was assassinated nt
lluffalo. At Hurrah) William It. Hearst
wna nominated by tho Demociaey ns
Its eandldato for the governorship of
tbo Stnto of Now Yin It. Let us incept
(he IncWInhla with grace mid resigna
tion and let us hope that the puily of
assassination mid the torch tins done
to mankind the only .service of which
It was capable and has extinguished
llrclf I oi ever.
Now York Trlbiino Mr. Hearst's
candidacy represents n dangerous
foi co lu politics. It marshals the fore
ci. of unrest, of class prejudice, of
New York llcrnhl Krnm every
county In thu State this morning come;
tidings of Democratic revolt against
thu sbninefiil bargain nt lluffnlo nnd
icuciitnient against Its bcncllchiry.
With iho Democratic cmbleniii dispos
ed uf In such nu Infamous manner and
with such nn anti-Democratic platform
sl that adopted at lluffnlo it becomes
the plain duty of cvury honest Demo
crat to enter his protest lu the most
omphalic- manner possible, mid this Is
by 'casting his vote ror Hughes.
New York Kvenlng World If It Is
capable or allowing a man like Mur
I by to prostitute Its pilnclplea public
ly In order to wioak personal revtngo
en Mayor McCIellau, IT It Ik ready lo
bo an'l-soclallstlc one day, pro-social-Istlc
the next day, mid something vlsu
another day, making Itself tbo play
thing of a sinister, sordid boss, then
thousands will agici; tlmt Hearst Is
light tlmt the Democratic patty In
New York, repicsentlng nothing hut
thu lust for power and peir, ought to
Nsw York Globe Mr. Hughes Is be
holden to no Murphy for his nomina
tion. Some men nre not tempted to
ho mid bhufllo or to buy their way
upward they nro Incapable of such
conduct from their very character,
and could not be Hearst's any menu
than they could cluingo the color of
llrooklyn Eagle At an early hour
this morning tilt' 'goods some ot them
Hlolen worn dcflveicd; William Ran
dolph Hearst, receiver. To iiinko sure
of a feast, as distinguished from a
liimine, the pliindcrbiind stole more
than It needed.
llrooklyn Citizen It Is nut In tho
least doubtful that largo numbers ot
lliooklyn Democrats, who properly
call themselves regulars, will not sup
port Mr, Henrst.
Rochester. N. Y., Sept. 27. Tho
Rochester Morning Herald, ever Blneu
Its bit lb u Democratic paper, this
morning announces Itself as nn Inde
pendent newspaper and advocates tho
election of Chnrles !'. Hughes.
The Union and Advertiser oi this
city, bljlierlo Democratic, today an
nounces that it "owes no alleglannncu
to tho candidate or the Demon at Ic
convention at lliiffnlo, W. It. Hearst."
New York, Sept. 27. Theio was n
temporary shift In fnvor or Hearst
this afternoon In the Wall sticet bet
ting. The prevailing odds had been
2 to 1 on Hughes, tho Republican gu
heinntorlal candidate, but tho appeal
unco ot n Hood or Hearst money at
these figures pounded the odds down
to 10 to 7. The Incieuslug cunlldLucu
or the Hearst hackers caused ipilto u
scare on the Moor of the Stock 13x
ibntigu and Its uffect wns soon shown
lu thu market. There was heavy and
aggressive selling all around thu room.
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Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial nnd
Travelers' Credits l.-.suod. 11IIU of Kx
chanpo bought and sold.
Cottectlona Promptly Accounted Port
AND TRUST CO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. . .t200.D00.06
PAID UP CAPITAL 100.000.00
PraaMent , Cecil Brown
Vice President.. ......M. P. Robinson
Caehler .'...... L. T. Peok
Corner Fort an4 King; Bts.
BAVINBS DEPOSIT8 received and
Utareot allowed for yearly deposit at
Ika nut ot 4 1-8 per cent, per annum.
Rules asd regulation furnuthed b
Capita! Subscribed..,.. Yon ;4.fl0i.O09
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.00fi.000
Reserved Fund Yon 9,340.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES lloinLay,
HoiiRkonK, Honolulu, Kobe London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Nowchwang. New
7ork. 1'cliliir;, Ban Francisco, Sbanr
hal, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho'bank buys and receives for col-
loc'.on mils Rxchnnge, issue
Drafts and Lot'.rti or Credit and trnua-
acts o gcnoral banblng business.
HONOLULU BRAfiCH, 67 KINO ST.
Catton, Neill & Go,,
ENCINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Irea
or steel tubes; general sh'p work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU,
Cotton Bros &Co
Plans and estimates furnished for
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK-, Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDER,
All clateea of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Dlue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR 'MA
CHINERY of every capacity and da
tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular alen.
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyro Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O, BOX 265. . PHONE MAIN 141,