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- Honolulu, Hnwall, July 31, 1908.
Mr. W. II. Fnrrlngton,
Chairman, Press Committee,
Dcnr Sir:---It gives me pleasure to Inform you that, at the
fortieth meeting of the Executive Committee held July 29th, up-
on motion duly made nnd unanimously carried, a vote of thanks
was extended to jou, nnd through you to the various members
of your Committee, for the splendid manner In which ou carried
out the different duties assigned to you, thus rounding out the
successful entertainment for the officers and men of the Atlantic
Fleet. Yours very truly,
11. P. WOOD,
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We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
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SUPPLY PROBLEM TESTING CA-
PACITY OF BUREAU WHY
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Evening Bulletin 75c, Per Month
Washington, July 18. Several big
problems In provisioning tho Nnty nro
still being worked out. Tlia Uureau
of Supplies and Accounts has under
consideration n plan for shipping
stores to Cinlto for tho Atlantic fleet.
Articles such as canned vegetables,
Irults, meats, dried fruits and certain
other staple articles will bo purchased
In tho United States and sent from
It is Intended to uso tho United
States steamer Buffalo for as much
of tho provisions as that ussol can
carry on her depurturo from San
Hnnclsco, September 15th. A certain
ALSO ABOUT LABOR VOTE AND
Hot Springs (Vn.), July IS. "The
National Kepubllcan Committee will
accept no contributions from coriwra
tlons." said Judgo William II. Taft,
Presidential candidate of the Kepub
llcan party, today, and In an Interview
he also referred to labor, prohibition
mul other questions. Tuft said that
not only would thu law- of New York
Stnlo providing for tin- publicity of
campaign funds bo obe)ed lij the Na
tional Republican Committee, but the
Federal law prohibiting such contrl-
uutlons by corporations in connection
with tho election of President, Vlce-
mi.intltv nf dm rnmntnlm- mntnrlnl President, Rciircientatlwii or Sena
will bo shipped by un Army trnnspoit M0 wolllll bo obeyed without regard
sailing from tho Pacific Coast lit to any question of validity that might
October If Bpaco Is available, or, lflorlsc In respect to any provisions of
mhprulan liv tiinrelmnt i,uaitlu It In lllal law.
estimated' that tho Buffalo will carry Answering questions as to the np-
a cargo of about COO tons, leaving' Plication of the national law to contrl'
i00 tuns to bo otherwise transported
from tho Pacific Coast nnd a like
n mount purchased in tho East to bo
sent out on a merchant steamer from
New York, sailing about September
12th or 15th, also (or Cavlto.
Instructions will probably bu given
to the naval purchasing ofllcer at Ca
vlte to buy fresh meats for tho Atlan
tic fleet upon arrival at that station,
together with certain articles on tho
grocery list, such as rice, flour, tea,
condensed milk, etc., obtainable un
der contract nt Cavlto. It Is probablo
that most of tho meats thus purchas
ed will bo obtulned from Australia,
Desiccated vegetables and powdered
eggs havo met with favor In tho crulso
of the Atlantic fleet and will bo large
ly used In future.
Arrangements aro being mado by
tho Paymaster-General of tho Navy
tor provisioning tho ships of tho Pa
cific fleet duo to leave, about August
24th for a trip to Honolulu nnd Samoa
and back to Maddalcna bay. Thero
are about 9000 men to bo provided
tor, and tho period covered by tho
buttons for the election of President'
la! Electors, Taft declared that tho
law would bo obeyed exactly as It wat
passed by Congress.
As to the right of a labor leader to
attempt to Influence the votes ol
members nf the organization on which
ho Is tho head, Taft, lit first laughing,
cald that that was a question of pro
prlcty upon which he was not suffl
clcntly Informed to discuss. When
asked his Idea of the power of thu
leader of n labor organization to
throw Its vote to one party or an
othci, ho declared that In his opinion
It could bo predicted that thero Is no
to-called class of tho American elect
ornto whoso votes could be delivered
by Its leaders.
lie Bald that after eliminating mem
bers of both political parties from a
labor organization the expression of
u lender might indicate how tho re
maining uncertain quintlty might
vote In tho election, but ho declared
that just as Is the case generally In
dealing with any so.called class of
citizens, beforo expression could be
voyage Is about four months. Owing bo given of the nature of their vote
in ihn llmltPi! mlii Ktornirn farllltlns it would be necessary to eliminate
tho members of one or the other poll
to tho limited cold storage facilities
and Btorc room capacity of tho ships
of the command, It has been planned
that the commander In chief of tho
fleet obtain certain of tho fresh meats
at Honolulu. It Is also expected that
two of tho auxiliaries attached to the
command will bo used in cnrrjlng dry
Incidentally It may bo noted that
tho steadfast edible, tho pruno, Is
marked for Improvement, togothcr
with ever thing else of whatever com
position or purpose In tho Navy. Tho
jucculent presorvo Is likely to bo pur
chased hereafter In compressed form,
put up In tins containing about a gal
lon, with an avcrugo of fifty prunes
to the pound Instead of seventy under
the present specification. This means
that tho new pruno will bo larger than
its predecessor; besides, It will pos
sess Una flavor and bo accompanied
by syrup both thick and sweet, mak-
ng It unnecessary to uso sugar In
Tho question calling forth this
statement referred to President Sam
I'd Gompcrs of tho American Federa
tion of Labor, but Taft avoided mak
ing any personal reference to Gomp
crs or any leader of organized labor.
Asked whether lie would havo any
now remedy to offer for tho so called
trust problem In his speech of accept
unce, ho replied that ho did not know
of anything new that ho could add to
a question that had been bo widely
discussed nnd dated that he would
havo nothing to say on that matter
outsldo of what ho had said at variolic
times In his public utterances,
Taffs attention was called today to
assertions of some Journals represent
ing the liquor Interests that he Is op
posed to prohibition. Ho explained
ho had never publicly discussed tho
ethical side of prohibition and he took
I tho view as ho understood Bryan had
.....,-',.i ).m,irn,i iinim.u nf tho nnw done, that the lirohlbltloii lssuo was
prunes havo been purchased by tho "i mvuivuu in me uuuuuui tumiiuiKu
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts and
will bo sent to two ships on the Atlan
tic Coast and two on tho Pacific Coast
for tho purpose of testing the article
by submitting It to tho oxpert and
candid criticism of tho enlisted men.
From what had come to his attention
In respect to tho representations of
theso journals ho Inferred that thoj
hnd based thdr statements on
speeches ho hnd mado In which he
criticised tho action of some State
In addition to which, tho tins will bo legislatures In passing prohibition nnd
placed in tho vvurmor storerooms on, other' laws without providing tho
board ship to determlno tho keeping machinery for enforcing them,
qualities under servlco conditions of
tho prunes. If tho results are satis
factory the new pruno will be added
to tho Navy ration.
New York, July 19. Cardinal Gib
bons of Baltimore said beforo he Bailed
Saturday on the steamer Kocnlb Al
bert for Kenoa with many other Cath-
Tho Intorstate-Commcrco Commls- o uignuanes on mo pilgrimage to
slon linB mado public nt Washington, Homo:
D. C. tho now regulations, effective ... I " much concerned over the po-
I.. !,, mmitha ,.,lnl,l fnr DnrnlUieul CUIlimiUllb III 1IIID tumuli.
transportation of explosives, incliul-1 TIiito soims to be such a gradual
Ing packing, marklug. loading nnd ' trenu" towards unrighteousness In the
i,n.i imr uhllo In ir.n lt. St mass of our people that th nk-
, , Ing men must realize that tho problem
, ,.. TI. ,. ,,. nn, .i.. i... , must bo met without delay. There la
.n.iirT, .,ot',,n,f ;irr Yn'i no lolll'cs " morality. Thero
millionaire paper manufacturer, has , ' .... without religion and
(,.tn.. nn m.oonl In lh.. nimn fniii-l ' ,B " "IWniliy Wllllulll ICIIklUll, UI1U
of Pennsylvania from aVecent dec, fiStf Vo, "s
son of Judge Kraier which ordorei I A ,iollar nnd a half. Corroupt po
um, P.i ' ' Mn7 f1"0'"' 0 In ninny States and cities
Hartjo, $20,750 expenses
lead men to vote cither way they
choose. Men ate nominated and elect
cd who aro not fit,"
Tho Cardinal said that tho place to
begin training tho futuro citizens Is In
tho public schools. Ho suggested that
each religious denomination maintain
Its own schools, tho cxponso to bo
borno by tho State.
Commenting on tho coming election,
Nn matter who Is
elected, I do not fear for my country's
wolfare. I hnvo perfect conndonco In
the people. But tho duty that con
IrontB tho next President Is great."
In n battlo botween revenue officers
and a gang of moonshiners near Hind
man, Ky Bud Hall, a leador of tho
moonshiners, was killed and two oth-
74 S. KING ST. ers wero badly hurt.
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