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EVENING nUM.ETIN', HONOLULU, V. II.. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, lflOS.
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TAYLOR WROTE LEE LET
BRIBERY STORY FOB TSSER
SHERIFF lAUKEA'S CHIEF OF DETECTIVES TESTIFIES UNDER OATH THAT HE WROTE ARTICLE OF
FEBRARY 9. IN WHICH HIS SENSATION WAS SPRUNG ALSO WROTE ONE OF RECENT
LEE LEf STORIES THOMPSON DRAWS OUT CLOSE RELATION OF
TAYLOR AND FORMER EMPLOYERS.
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Tlio connection of A. 1. Taylor with
tin; inurillilf.' paper was pretty well
shown yesterday afternoon, during tho
croi8 examination In tho I.eo Let brlb-
crv case by Frank Thompson, uttoi-
ncy for tho defense. Taylor admitted
that ho had fuinlsnod IiIh report' It.
Smith of tlio AdU'rtlser, "nut especial
ly for pnhllcatlon," but they had not
been furnished to any other paper.
Afinln Taylor staled that ho wroto nn
article for tho Advertiser last Tues
day. H was conclusively shown thai
tho morning paper and Tnylor were
working together, iiotnlthstntidlnK the
fnct that Tnylor testified his pay from
tho Advertiser slopped when ho went
on tho police force, and this was the
definite point at which Thompson In
his defense was working.
Frank Thompson made Tnylor tell
whcio he wns born, anil oery placo
he had been, what ho had clone for a
living, up to tho time of his coming to
Honolulu. Ho was only In Honolulu
a shoit time the first time, when ho
went o Manila for his health, ictiirn
Ing however, and going, to work for
tho AdU'rtlser. Ho stated that he
woiked on tho Advertiser until Jan
11 nnk Thompson asked Tnylor when
he left the employ of tho Advertiser,
to which Tnjior answered that his
salary stopped on tin- morning paper
as Mion nn ho accepted the position of
Chief of lletectlycs under Sheriff lau
"Hnio you written nrtlMcs for the
Advertiser since that time?" asked
"Yes, n fow," answered Tnlor. "I
wroto one last Tucsdn nnd furnished
Information for other stories." adding
nn no afterthought, "its I do for nil
"Look this over carefully, and tell
mo If yon wroto It," said Thompson
showing htm an Advertiser of Febru
ary !), 1907, containing the first ac
count of tho alleged I.eo Lct bribery.
"My reports nro there," stated Tay
lor. Continuing ho said that his re
ports hnil been given to Mr. Smith of
tho AdU'rtlser ns n friend, not espec
ially for the paper.
"Can j on truthfully say that you did
not havo any Idea tho wero to be
published?" broke In Thompson,
"I can," replied Tnylor. "However,
I was not especially surprised when
they wero printed."
Taylor was next shown n copy ol
tho Advertiser of February IS, asking
htm If he hud written the Lee Let nxt
Icles In the Isme l.nrn.ich object"!)
on (lie gioimd that It wns Iniinnii rial
"Immaterial! H Is nnythliiri else
but Immaterial," cried Thompson. "It
Is the tnif't material question we havo
met with vet. I hnio a right to show
In the Jury In what condition Taylor's
mind was al that time, its bias and
piejudlroi. There wero four hundred
or mote articles In tho Advertiser, Just
llttlo squllis sometimes, but this con
stunt pounding Is what hurt, although
the single article might not count for
much. I want to show tho Jury whotb
er oi not Tailor Inspired these art
'Idea, whether or not ho furnished the
information for or wiote them, and
!whal his luteiest In the whole mat
) Judge Hoblnson overruled the ob
Jeeiloti and Thompson continued.
Tlioirpviu picked out ten articles
Willi h he cmiMdi'ied most Impoitunt
to Mud out whether or not Taylor
wiote thrm Tailor admitted wilting
a large p.nt of tin urtlcl" In the Ad
lortlM't- of lc I man fl I'.miT. and hav
'Ing written nud fuciilahed the Infoi mu
tton for a numli of oilnr articles
The at tlclo In question was plnjed tin
by the Advertiser In largest headlines
across tlio tiout p-ige
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where you can get the Bestof Every
thing todrink. '
CONSERVATIVES AT WORK
PREVENT ANY RADICAL
many Republicans In
!0. Thcro urc
good party standing who finr that an
attempt is to'bo mado nt tho Nntlonat
Convention to put tho party In the
position or trying to carry water on
both shoulders. They fear that thero
will bo a lack of courage shown In the
resolutions which will mako op. the
party platfoim. These ltepubllcaua
say prestige has come to the party ns
a peoplo's party within tho laBt fow
yenrs and that It would bo suicidal
not to glvo the fact recognition.
Tho younger Itepuhllcin members
In the House of ltepiesentutlves. and
pnrtlculaily the younger members
wIiom! electlonn was duo to tho par
ty's progrcsslio policies, suy that r.
backwaid step will menu their de
feat, and as a necessary consequence
the loss of tho House of Heprcsenta
tlves to tho Republican party. With
a platform which does not enrry ,n
specific pledge that tho Republicans!
will go foiwaul In the future ns they
hnio gone forwnid In tho icccnt past,
these members declare that Uryiiu
Democrats will be found occupying
their seats In tho Sixty-first Congress.
See Rocks Ahead.
it Is possible (hat it Is only natural
for tho ltepubllcaua who havo been
elected In clogo districts to express
fear first for themselves. They not
only fear, howovei, that-io-clcctlon
cannot como to them, but they fear
ns well that with a national conicii
Hon expression that Is n shambling
compromise between piogre3slon and
reaction, tho head of tho ticket will
bo In sore dangir. Tho trend of
things, theso members say. Is along
new lines, and that any attempt to
stand still or, worso yet. to show a
tendency to follow oldllnes, will send
Into the Ilryan innks of tho lliyan
following thousands of Roosevelt Re
publicans. No ouo In Washington who knows
William Howard Tall doubts for u
moment that ho Is Just ns liberal In
his tendencies as Is Theodoro Rooso
lelt. Mr. Tuft, If elected, doubtless
will surprise ninny of tho gentlemen
who havu claimed that a set couscr
nnd tho methods that were a part of
tho Whllo Houso program bcfoie Mr.
Roosevelt entered that historic build
It does not take a long acquaint
nnco with the Secretin y of War to
make it certain thnt lie can no more
retrogress than Theodoro llodsevelt
can retrogress. Mr. Tnft doubtlesB
not only Intends to curry out such oi
tho policies of the present Admlnls
trillion as are not yet In printed form
In the law books, but he Intends also'
to proJnnd certain new policies of'
his own. In which no one will bo able
to find u trnce of those things which!
reaction seems to love.
Leaders In Control.
Ileielopments In tho Republican
field In the last few days tend to show
a well marked design on tho part of
the leaders who lime been In oppnsl
Hon to Mr. Tnft to hold down tho
delegates nt tho conicntlon to ex
pii'sslou of opinion that will smack
neither of progress nor of reaction.
In other woiils, these opposition lead
ers desire that the Republican gather
ing shall be a mere trimming affair
full of prnlscs for the good work done.
yet with more m less idled state
ments thnt it Is pn3slh1o for n good
work to go too fin
Thcso oppohltiun leaders would
hnie Jt thnt noUilug must bu said that
will offend cllliir Wall Sheet or tho
Wcbtern plains. They say under cov
rr to tho men who may hnio com en i
tlon Influence tli.it It won t do for the
delegates to hit oat from the should
er ngulnst the nhtiboa which In tho
last few yours liaie uroused tho con
science of tho country.
Much has been written about It In
tho last fow davs, b it It may bo said
again, nnd said possibly with advan
tage to somo who do not thoroughly
naming of Julius C".isar Harrows us
tho temporary chairman of the Re
i publican National Convention was a
part mid paicel of tlio trimming pro
gram of those men who, finding that
they could not iiaim tho party's presl
dcntlal candidate, at onco undertook
tho work of preventing as far as pos
siblo tho dliect committing of tho
convention to the jollcles which for
seven yenrs tho mascs of tho people
hnio been applauding.
Burrows a Conservative.
Mr. nurrows Is n conservative gen
tleman who likes not what he calls
Btrnngo ways. With him conservnt
ism Is an Idol, and progress is an nun
thctua. Yenrs ago. when Mr. lluirnws
was In tho Houso of Reprcscntatlies,
ho was a great maker of speechi'3.
Since ho has been. In the Scnato he
lias said llttlo and has moved very
softly. Unless a chango comes over
his Bptrlt ho will address tho Republi
can National Conuntlon upon tlio
glories of tho part) of Lincoln, Grant
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Viitlsm was the part of his nature, ami
Lh.ft ??' 'T .:!::!!" : McK.n.ey-U..,. ho will fakement
pallia to stop with Mclvlnloy, ,
Vnltlm M. ll.twthl,.., tin, Mi Tint
'llier, who wero Hi- two men most
prominently named inr tho nlllco of
tenipornry chairman, wonhl havo stop
pod with JleKlnlej They wonhl lime
had ii Judicious sinnclhliii; to my
about tho Repnlillcin party's present
policies, nml would havo urged In the
nanio of the piople tlmt they'shonld
beconio In no nnniliitaknblo way n
part of tho Rcpulillian faith. Klllier
tho Indiana!! or the lowan would halo
Bono Into tho future and would haie
not been content to dodder around In
niank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufectured br th Bulhfln Pub
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