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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE I?. I?08
PRICE 5 CF.NTS
Chicago, 111., June 18, 1908
Territories hereafter Six
H- This cablegram received
from National Committeeman .
Itobertion means that Hawaii .'
H haii won Its fight for a repre-
rf mentation ot six delegates In the a
X- National Republican Convcn-
tlon. In the call for tho con-
vcntlon Hawaii with the other K
Territories was granted only
it two delegates, whereupon Ha
wall with Arizona and New
Mexico Immediately began a
contest for a larger ropre3enta-
Hon It was taken up by Del-
'egate Kuhlo among Washing-
tdn'lcaders and under tho lead-
ershlp of Robertson has been the
Hawaii issue before tho con-
vcptlon. Hawaii wins.
SEC. TaFT '
! Garfietfi Says 'Good' j
"Tnft nml flliornnn a good combination btrong man,
both ot them, n:ul they arc what wo hue been Working for.
Personally, I um lilnhly pleased oer tho results of tlir conven
tion. 1 expected Taft would be nominated on the first ballot, ot
inuibc, but, on nicnunt ot tho fact that I had not kept closely in
toiah with that part of the running. I rcall did not tare tu say
iniylhlng concerning the mini selected, on tin ticket for the Vlco
Presidency. However, I um mil e that Shernuii Is n good man for
the plice, nnd I only regret th it wo will bun him In Congress,
where, iih chairman ot the Committee on Indian Affairs, ho did
excellent work for tho western pan of tho country. I nm highly
pleased Willi the nominations."
si:ciii:tay jamks nOAitriChu.
New Land Laws Are
Suggested To Garfield
Secrctnry (!in llclil was kept busy
this morning receiving callcra in the
llxeuitlvc chambcrB. Tho most im
portnnt naH the delegation or cltl
rcna who tailed to nee the Secctiry
regarding land matters. -'Those who
constituted this committer- wcio as
follows: I,. 1,. McCiuiiIIomi, Judge Ka
uliikoii, I'M. Ingham, John niumclutb,
pnd Allan Hornet I.
I,lnk McCanillcis, IM. Ingham, anil
John Kmmeluth nil made brief state
ments In whkli they iiuotcd In
i;t lines In which the laud law hud
moon mudii use (if to thu disad
vantage of tho people of thn Terri
tory at large, nrtordlnp to their
Ideas. They mentioned Ilia I.jmnl,
K.ipan, mid tho ll.ildwln Maul land
"Mr. Onrfiohl puggested tbnt wo
Hiiggwt what wo thought ought In be
ilnne," a.ild MiCaiirllcwt lifter tho
meeting, "mid d,wlll forthwllh
ill aft n land law which wo think will
be applicable to'tho Territory, mid
which we will present to him short
ly." Tho petition of lli Pcmncrutu be
gin by quoting HoosovpII'h faninus.
mcusugu: "In Hawaii our a I in utiint
lin to develop tho Territory on tho
Iridlllonal Amcrlcuu Hues." It then
got'H on to show that wbllo at tho
time of Cn'italn Cook tho Inlands pup
ported 400,0(1(1 i eoplo, that they now
only suppoit 131,U0 cf which 8C 0Q0
nro Asiatics, nml thut many fprraer
lesldcnt Americans sought escape
fiom the conditions hero thereby put
ting Americanism hcio almost bo)ond
tho pale of probability. Jiitlg? Dole's
lews on tho land systum mo quoted,
us well as tho Democratic party plat
form. Tho petition then goes on as
follow s. ,
"Wo trust that, If In our brief stay
here ,ou should decide to mako u
tour of tho different Islands of tlilti
group, )ou will bo mindful ot the
quoted extract from the Presidential
message when you survey tho largo
sugar i states that flourish hero. Wo
uppichond that )ou will ovory where
illbcovcr how far i emoted obr local
conditions are from what Is contem
plated In tho poitlon of tho message
cllod and that 5 on will, not fall to ap
preciate that tho control by corpora
tions of lirgo aieiiH of land und water
privileges Ih u positive menace to tho
building up of an untramrnelcd elec
torate in this Territory.
You will find that these largo cane
growing areas nro tilled, and tho mills
In which the cano raised on them Is
treated, aro iiionned almost exclusive
ly by alien laborers, chiefly Asiatic. Iu
(Continued on Page 4)
A man must be more careful about bis shirts than in
nny other city, became nowhere is the coatless man mote
A shirt that'll fit right, and wear right, and look well,
that's what you want. You'll find it in our
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and Star Shirts
Our WASHABLEJ5ILK TIES arc a luxury. Don't be
without Jhem. They're beauties, too. New line of neck
wear of nil kinds, '
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ST. LOUIS SENDS
Due At 7 o'clock 1 his
Evening Wants Coal .
At 10 o'clock this morning
Correct Criticism Is
w wait is
, Says Garfield
criticism ; notdestrnctive.'
battleshln Maine received a wireless
message from tho cruiser St. I.ouls, '
100 miles out. Tho incoming cruiser
and the big warship nt tho Alakna '
dock talked for some, time, getting
things ready for tho tlmcwhcn tho j
former will muKo port, mis evening, '
it all goes well.
At tho time she tttlkod, she said
she expected to make port ut 7
o'clock this evening, which Is three
hours later than she wanted to il'i
when she flashed tho message day bo
tore jesterday,, which was caught a!
tho Kahuku Point station. ,
Bho told tho amount ot coal nnd
Water sho wanted, with the request
thut the Information bo glen over to
Captain Ilcc-Oho rommnndant at tho
Natal Htatlon' "
In nn opinion banded down by
the Supremo Court this morning, the
statute regulating the practice of ve
terinary surgeons and requiring them
to bo licensed, which Is applicable
only to towns and suburbs with a
population of over 5000 Inhabitants,
Is declared unconstitutional and void,
Tho case is that of the Territory
ot II iwali .against John II. Pottle,
who appealed from n decision of the
District Magistrate o( Honolulu, con
victing lilln of practicing veterinary
medicine without n license. Pottle
claimed that tho act under which ho
was convicted wiui unconstitutional,
In that It violates Section 1 of (ho
fourteenth amendment to tho Con
stitution by discriminating against
pcrtons engaged in the same business
(Continued on Page 2) ,,
The nrltlsh collier Duoranla, Cap
tain H. Tilslcy, arrlvod off ort late
last evening. WltbVtSGO tons of co'ul
for tho big fleet. Sio came In to the
naval dock, and Is today awaiting In
structlons as to what to do with her
Mrs. W. sNjVajd and tho Misses E.
Ward, A, Ward and W. S. Ward were
among tho Manna Kea arrivals today
from a pleasure trip. i
, Your will is an important
safeguard for your family.
Don't neglect it. '
We will help you draw it np
in proper legal form without
jfprj J. Jcnoluln
constructive definitely. We bate reached tho
stage In our development where we
recognize that no unwarranted at-
(Irccted with tremendous applause, tack must bo , made for this reason
Secretary of tfie -Interior (larflcld on tho men who hold large Interests
thui summed upllie substance of bis by those who do not. Wo realise that
speech today, at noon, In tho courso thoso who have much have a duty to
of n luncheon given Iu his honor at others. We hao reached tho stage
tho Commercial Club. I where we realize wealth Is not so
A largo crowd assembled In tho much for the individual benefit' ns for
loims of tho club to heir the Sccrc- the general benefit.
tary say a few liforninl w,ords, "Wo hoar much on tho mainland
Governor Frear aroso to Introduce of the Industrial problem: Hut they
Mr. Uarlleld, saying: "Ucntlcnien, J teallze that there Is u common
for tho second tlrao In Iti history, the ground on which employer, and em-
Commercial Club has the honor to ' ployec can stand."
entertain a , Cabinet officer. This Mr. Garfield then spoke of how
time It Is ono with whom the Terrl-Uhoso problems may be solved by a
tory comes most Intimately Into con
tact, tho Secretary of tho Interior,
Mr. Oarfleld Immediately aroue.
nrr.lil applfctiac at V. t mention if hU
"Ucntlcnien ot tho
Club," ho sold. "It Is true that th
Territory does como Into" close con
tact with tho Secrctnry of the Inte
rior, and I for one want to bring It
Into still closer contact. My purpose
Is to secure at, first hand Information
of conditions hero. Whllo tho1)c
partmont ot the Intorlor is perhaps
not In. direct control Of many matters
of the Territory, thoy come through
the Secretary, and go to other de
partments, so that he is the medium
of exchange. Therefore, my inten
tion Is to get as much Information as
possible upon conditions in the Isl
ands. "It is gratifying to And conditions
ot harmony among tho various asso
ciations and bodies of. the Islands. It
la (easy to sec thut ou are working
with co-opcratlpn, and what wo want
"During these quiet das which I
hove speul here, there have been a
grcnt'numlior of things which hao
Interested me greatly. I have been
collecting Information on schools,
jour racial problems, the questions
which arise In connection with jour
harbors, and tho like.
"I am Jiow starting .on a lour to
Inform mselt In u general way on
yio conditions in other Islands Al
ready I huvo teen much on Oahu.
Not only hmo I mot 'and want to
meet men with largo Interests, large
holdings ot lands, large monlcd en
terprises, but also men who aro do
ing business in a small way, nnd ma
king homes. Wo must recognize that
no set of men can control things In-
Our next Fruit Boat
ALAMEDA, JUNE 24
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 10.
sane Interchange ot opinions,
"I want here to find out what are
the real tacts," he said, "1 don't care
how they cut. ' "
I road much of Ilawsjj before,, J
I came down hero, but really did not
Commercial ' understand conditions before. That
is wny Htrnus came, and why I am
here. You have been misjudged, and
the people on the mainland have been
I To then complimented the common
sense and discernment ot the Govern
ors of the Territory, who have usual
ly understood, he said, those condi
tions. "It Is no use to tear down a char
acter," ho said, "or an Institution,
unless you have a better to put In
Its place Destructive criticism Is
not wanted; constructive criticism Is
Mr. Oarfleld went on to say that
the Government Is endeavoring to
build' up a good system ot Federa)
Executives, nnd to get the best men
In the places needed.
"We wf nt to make this Territory
a part of tho United States, not in
namo only, but we want to make you
feel that nirthe United States can do
for nny Territory It will do for this
Territory. What part of the appro
priations given this department for
use In experiment stations and the
like that can be put here with jus-
'Continued on Pafi 2)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 19. Taft has resigned from his position
as Secretary of War, his resignation to take effect June 30. Luke'
Wright, who was formerly Governor cf the Philippines,' succeeding Taft
in that position, hat been .appointed by the President as Secretary of
Taft left this afternoon for Cincinnati to confer with Sherman.
Congratulatory messages are "ourintr in.
Voted For Sherman
CHICAGO, 111., June 19. The vote of the convention has been made
The delegation from Hawaii voted for Sherman.
After a batty conference, of th s Secretary Taft forces, which was
held after the, .convention hid. assembled, Sherman was decided upon for
The twplhrintfhMt which nreValled had the effect of making the at
tendance at the convention smaller than befare, and the session lasted less
than two hours. '
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.CHICAGO, 01., June 19. The Republican National Convention ended
its labors at an early hour this forenoon by nominating Congressman
James S. Sherman of New York at Vice President en the Taft ticket. "
The nomination was made on the tint ballot by the following vote:
Sherman 816, Murphy 77, Guild 70, Fairbanks 1, Sheldon 1, Absentl.
Immediately the nomination of- Sherman was recorded, the conven
tion adjourned with the usual cheering and demonstration of tired delegates.
TRIP TO KAUAI
The cruiser St. Louis, which will
probably arrive hero somo time this
afternoon or evening, will convey
Secretary Garfield atul party on the
Real Bristle Goods
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The Conpretiloial Directory gives
Congressman Sherman's record ns
follows: James Schoolcraft Sher
man, Republican, ot Utlca, was born
In Utlca, X. Y., Oct. 24, 18GS; re
ceived an academic nnd collegiate ed
ucation, graduating from Hamilton
Collego In the class ot 1878; was ad
mit, ted, to the bar In 1880; a practis
ing hwjer; also preldent of, .tho
I Utlca Trust and Deposit Company ind
, president of tho New Hartford Can
ning Company: has served In these
, public positions: Mayor ol Utl
1 1884; delegate to the Ilepul Mean N'i'
tlnnul Conuntlon in 1892; rhnlr
j man New York State Republican Con
(Continued on Page 4)
trip to Kauai next week. The Sec
retary leaves for Hawaii this even
ing on a special trip of the Mauna
Governor Frear this morning brief
ly went over the flying visit that will
be made to Kauai, when the party
has returned from Hawaii. He stat
ed that they would leave here In tho
St. Louis Friday evening, arriving at
Hnnalel about daylight. From thero
they would go around the rail
coast to either Walraea or Makawell.
From here they wilt take automobiles
overland to the Kapaa lands, visit
ing, ot course, all points of Interest
along tho way. A special study ot
(Continued on Pare 2)
An overturned lamp In a Punch
bowl cottage was thu cause of calling
out tho Are department this afternoon
at about 2:30 o'clock. The blase had
been oxtlngujshod when tho engines
arrived. Tho damage was nominal.
' TOMORROW NIGHT
On account ot tho officers v, U;n.it
to attend tho boxing carnival tb
ocnlng there will be no dance nt th i
Seaside. Tomorrow night n special
large danco will be on hand th hu
one beforo the Maine and Alibn i
leave. All will bo expected it "
present for they are cordially Invite 1
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