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EVEN1KQ BULLETIN, HONOLTJLP, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1968.
N.S.Saehs Dry G oods
&' New Style Politics Is
Not To Their
H I ilinrr
New York. Sept. II. Mixed up
tqtnewheru In tlit management of till
c:iiup.ilKti, on otio nidi! or the other,
tliero limy lie u, first class political
genius; :i Qu:i or u llanna, n TIUlvii
or a Whitney, a Van Ilurcn or a Jeffcr
oii or a Uucliaiiiiii. Hut thus far this
gcnliw ex nnchlna has utterly fallo.1
to emerge ami claim the recognition
which will be ready whenever ho will
niiike himself known.
In truth, tho nianaRcment of the
campaign on both allies is not at al!
pleasing to the old timers of politics
You can lliiil a hunch of them moiinil
the Metropolitan building nny day.
Knitting nt these new fuugled methods
anil trylnK to pcuetrato the air of mys
tiry which has tottled over the eatal
What they want Is to find out wheth
er there, Is really nn) thing behind tho
veil of msytery. Thoy thought for a
while that tliero was; but latterly
they have been doubtful.
Across Madison Square, nt the
HolTmnn Hoiifo, theio is just tho same
situation. The mystery Isn't so pre
tentious perhaps, but there is all the
mystery which can decently bo main
tained in connection with so modest
Gossip lelates a lot of curious things
about both committees. Mr, Ilryan
(elected Norman Mack for national
chairman on the Democratic side, and
tho story is that Mr. Ilryan has vetoed
various rioposals which would have
served to Bet Into tho Managerial har
ness homo of the experienced polltl-cl-ins.
So when It canio to milking an orga
nization for tho Kast It wai necossary
in n mild way to bunco Mr. Ilryan, and
that li just what is said to have been
dune. Ilryan had no objection to Hud
speth for Kastern mummer hut ho
would never, never, have consented
, that James II. Nugent, nephew ot
Senator Smith, bo raado stale chair
man of Jersey If ho had boon given
the chnnco to pass on the matter. Hut
the tiling was skilfully set up und
i,-', j deftly pulled orf licfnro Mr. nryan had
$v ' n ehanco to protest. For Mr. Hud
Hie tli it must ho said that ho beats all
the earmarks of a thoroughly live one.
He lias a campaign rrhemo all orgi
tilzcit In his mind and Is gutting al
work on It without delay.
Critics of Chairman Mack say that
lie Ik Handicapped at two vital pnlntB.
First, they charge ho Is ufrald to buy
n postage stump or pass tho tiino of
day with a politician without first
learning whether Mr. Ilryan will llko
It. Second, they say ho surrendered
to Connors and Murphy the whole de
rision in i no now Torn state cam
paign, even ubdlcatlng that consider
able Inlluencd which wnuld-luivo been
Ills meed as u leading nomucriit of
Kilo county, entlioly abide from the
Workers are Anxious.
The other day a big machine poli
tician from Pennsylvania came down
hero and Indulged In some remarkable
comment about the campaign to dnto.
"I don't seo nny evidence that tho
committee hnB really started nt work,'
tie raid. "I find nothing to Indicate
that, the now management has learned
'E beg to announce
prepared to show a
Assortment of Imported Hats in the very
latest designs, as well as many of our own creations.
Directoire Hats, large Black Satin Hats,
Mushroom Droops, and a handsome line of
the famous Gage Hats.
Directoire Buckles, Aigrettes, and beauti
ful Ostrich Plumes in plain & fancy colors.
A fine line of Tailored Hats
how to use the Immense power of tho
national Ilcpub!ican oiganlzatlou. That
oignnlzatlon Is a wonderful machine,
which extends every w licit1, and Is able
to make Itself felt through all kinds of
effort tlminrlally, social, political,
business, ufllco holding. It ought to
be ft't by this time, if it Is being used
Penrose a Caller.
"What mo tho people going to be
fed on 111 this campaign? In tome sec
tloiis they want tn hear about tariff
mid In others they don't. Some le
gions believe in government guarantee
of bank deposits; others decidedly
don't. If Quay were. running this ma
chine he'd give all sections tho sort of
campaign they wanted. Hut what's
going to ho done? I don't know, and I
have been enough won led iibout the
situation to have u strong notion of
getting Senator Penrose and some of
the big politicians to Investigate und
learn whether things mo really mov
ing or not."
A day or two after tho talk Senator
Penrose actually did turn up nt Ilcpiih
llcnn headquarters, hut whether or
not ho came to ascertain If tho now
management hud learned what tho
loverB and buttons and throttles nn-l
handles and gauges and so on had to
do with running tho machine was not
Seattle, Warn., Sept. 22. Careful
Inspection of tho nrmored crulM - Col
orado nt tho Pngot Sound Now Yard,
which listed to port ilvo degrees mi
being uudocked yesterday nfi-jr idoii,
revealed the fact that the slilfl'ti' of
ammunition and stores was lc.ipoiif
Iblo for the tilting. Following the re
cent grounding on Point I.lp Me I hi.
vailous movables Inside the .,lup veio
changed so as to make It puirlWo to
gjt at tho Injuries for lepalrs. lly -e-arranging
the stores tho Bhlp's oulunte
has been lestored. Tho Colorado
leaves for San Francisco Oclouer Mh.
to iccelve a bllvor sorvlco froi.i the
State for which sho was nand.
Tho ship ll3tnd yesterday nflernoon
when tho water wuh let into the ilask.
The tide began to run out a.il for n
tlmo tho ship was In n dangerous por
tion, ns tho falling title might hnva
resulted In seilous injury to the hull.
Tho tug Pawtucket, howovcr, took her
out into tho strenm and she was
moored. Investigation today revealed
the cause of her caiecnlng, when tho
water was let Into tho dock.
I.ihue, Knual, Sept. 20. Another
of tho old Uamaiilniis passed away laBt
Tuesday when II. Weber died nt Wnl-
mca nt the advuucod age of 79 years,.
I mouth, 12 days.
Horn In (Jermiiny, he arrived In
this country In 1SS3 und entered tho
employ of the I.lluto plantation, at
which pMro ho lemalncd until eight
yeaiH ago, when he letlted to movo to
Wnlmiu, wheio ho took up his abode
with his son, F. Weber, tho manager
of Walmea stables.
Tho old gentleman was halo and
heaity until tho day before his do.ith
when he was seized with stomach dis
order which ended his Ilfo Tuomlay
He was hurled In the foreign cem
etery at Walmea the following day
und beside an aged widow leaves four
Lhlldion ami sixteen grandchlldien.
It. II Ingram resigns fiom South
urn Pacific to sorvo Randolph lines
Contest over estalo of late Jamoa
McNeil, a Pittsburg magnate, will bo
leopeued In October,
to our patrons that we are
Beautiful and Exclusive
His Letter To Taft On
Traffic Needs Of
Now Yoik, September 1G.K. II.
Hiiirlman returned to this city today
nfter nn absence ot seven weens.
Hnrilmnu denied that ho contemplat
ed any Immeilhite financing for the
Southern Pacific, ami ildiculed the
rumors of any possible control of the
St, houls and San Francisco system,
which has been n matter of gossip.
Later Mr. Ilarrlman gave nu Inter
view In which ho went more fully In
to genera! conditions. He declared
there was nothing in tho oft-repeated
rumor of u holding company for tho
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific
"Why havo the Btocks of the Union
Pacific und Southern Pacific been so
exceedingly strong recently?" ho was
"ilecnnso they wore wenk before,"
was Hnrrlman's quick leply. HurrI
man told with apparent satisfaction of
tho great reduction In operating ox
pensea by his lines. "And wo hopo to
do still bettor," ho added. "Tho rea
son we nro opciatlng at such n low
rate is because ot our good physical
Increase In Freight Rates.
Hairimaii Bald he favored an In
create In freight rates, If only to help
the weaker roads, which are in a low
physical state and cannot hope to im
prove their condition unless thoy get
Tho people, Ilarrlman said, wero
getting to feel more fnvorablo to prop
er inllrond management. "Tho most
cordial lolntlons now oxibt out West
and the further west you go tho more
this feeling Is emphasized," ho added.
Harilman declined to, discuss tho
political situation, but tweaking gen
erally ho said; "Something has got
to be done to rouso the pcoplo to n
boiibo of their lespoiiElhlllty, whether
It bo for tho one party or tho other."
The existing Interstate commerce
laws are a menace to tho railroad de
velopment of tho country," Ilarrlman
said, "Hepeal so much of tho Sherman
law ns applies to the transportation
companies," ho added.
Here Ilurrlinaii said: "Lot me tend
an extract of n letter I wrote to Socio
tary Taft whllo I was In Japan exact
ly three yenrs ago today:
Regulation of Railways.
Tho oxtract follows: "Our trans
portation Interests both on land and
water need encouragement. I belluvo
In regulation ami publicity, but would
hesitate to go furthor nt this tlmo.
The railroads In tho United States
have, tu tho last five years, raised mid
expended enormous sums forpuio Im
provements to oxlBtlng propel ties ntnl
this contributed to the laigo expan
sion in business and enabled It to
tuko place. Tho Union Pacific, tho
Southern Pacific and the allied lines
nlono have expended since 1B00 over
$180,000,009 for these purposes. If
this hud not boon done, It Is hard to
icallzo what Ihu conditions of tho lor
rltniloR bcrved by thoao lines would
ho ut this tlmo. What wo ought to
havo Ib pioteetlon as well ns regula
tion mill ho allowed to cooperate with
and havo tho power to enter Into
agiecmcntn and mako alliances, so
.mat transportation may bo tlono nt
the least coat along tho Hues of least
resistance. Hy being enabled to In
augurate methods for less cost wo
will eventually ho ublo to conduct
trnlllc at even a less charge than at
Itegardlng tho reported decadence
of tho Oriental trade witli this coun
try, Mr. Harrlniau said:
"There Is just ns much of that busi
ness now as befoie. The only differ
ence is tliero is moro competition on
Tho question of ship subsidy was In
troduced and Ilarrlman said: "I nev
er had n hand In any legislation along
these lines. ..,
NOMINATION LIST CLOSES
(Continued from Face 11
H. llnymond, W. T. Itobluson, Wil
Third District John A. Hughes, Ed
Fourth Dish let Georgo A.Falrchlld.
First District David K. Howahewa,
Wlljun Nahakueliia, J. W. Moannull,
M. T. Furtado, O F. Affonso, Charlus
P. Mnhl. W. N, Knuahlpaiiln. J. Keahl
Lilian, David I'nlil, I). K. Knlllmnl,
Solomon D. IleluLn, M. M. Keklno
Second District II. L. Knwowehl.
II M. Knnlho, Il.isll Aplkl, S. K. Kit
plhe, Z. P. Knlokokmnallo. Samuel K.
Hnnnlcl, II. John Aim, M. K. Make
kati. H. h. Holstelu, S. H. K. No.
Third District H. C. Moasman,
Charles K Fnrtlen, A. Gomes. J. K.
Knwnnkoa, Joel Nakaleka, M. P. Wal
walole ,8am Kuula, E. II. Carley, S.
P. Kaal, O. K. Kauhano, Hobert J.
Nawahlnc, J, K. illhlo.
Fourth District Robert Pnhait, A
D. Castro, 11. W. Shingle, Keo Koono,
Dan Kackn, Charles Glrdlcr,
Fifth District I.apana Keawo
pooole, Georgo Kaca, David K, Kama,
E. II. Mlkaleml.
Sixth Dlstilct-J. H. Coney, Georgo
Hiiddy, S. Knlalau, James Moolkl, C.
A. Itlce, William J. Sheldon.
Llhuo, Knual, Sept. 20. The Kn
ual Uailioad Company's road Is now
complete us fnr us tho Kalahco homc-
Btends nnd as soon as the rails urrlvo
from the East they, will ho laid nnd
traffic over tho now line begin.
The southern end of the road vvns
finished some five weeks ago nnd the
connection between the Makawoll sec
Hon nnd Eleolo harbor was completed
ii fow days ngo. A substantial bridge
has been built ncioss the Hannpcpo
river, spanning it ubout half way bo
tvvecn the road bridge and the beach.
Crossing the Hanapepo rice fields the
constructors have blasted a road
along the cliffs that separate the val
ley ft om Eleolo harbor.
Tho completion ot this road will
give Kauai a continuous railroad line
fiom Kalahco to within a mile of
Walmea. Tho gap between tho north
ern end of tho Makawoll section nnd
Walmea wharf will no doubt In tlmo
be bridged, as will also tho short dis
tance between tho Kalaheo end and
the Koloa system, thereby furnishing
n continuous' lino from Pollhalo to
Ilcsldes being a road of transporta
tion tho new line will act as a means
of protection to the plantations
which It will connect, moro especial
ly In inso of lire or other trouble,
when quick assistance from nelghbois
is Impoi taut. Garden Island.
Registration Hours 8 to 10. 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
BULLETIN ADS PAY -m&
Ex-President's Letter On
Taft Declared Not
NEW YOKK. N. Y.. Scut. 20. Tho
Times this morning prints tho fol
lowing from C. F. Hustings, executor
of the estate of the late Grovor Cleve
land, regarding the authenticity of
nn nrtlcle printed by It on Aug. 30:
September 2d, 1908.
To the Editor of tho Now York
Times Sir! Slurp nnr Intorvlnw .if
September 22d,' which was followed
on September 23d by the publication
lu Uio Times of a statement then
made by me relative to the article
nttrlbutcd to tho authorship of tho
late Grovcr Cleveland which was
published In the Times on Aug. 30th,
I now desire to say Hint tliero has
since come to my knowledge "evi
dence" which leaves In my mind no
doubt of tho fact that the said article
vvns not written nor signed by Grovcr
Cleveland, and therefore Is, In my
opinion, no longer entitled to credit
as his production,
MrB. Cleveland, In my Judgment,
was right In regard to it when sho
positively declared to us since Its
publication: "I do not bellnvo It 1b
genuine." I therefore hasten to In
form you of my conclusion regarding
the nrtlcle and beg 'to express the
hope and belief that you will prompt
ly give to this communication the
Biune degree of promlncnco In tho
Times that vvns given to tho state
ment mado by mo In your Issue of
F. S. HASTINGS.
Wide circulation nnd much lmnor-
tanco was given to tho nrtlcle becnuso
It represented Mr. Cleveland as fnv-
orlng the election of Mr. Tuft, who
had Just been nominated.
Mrs. Cleveland, assisted bv nerson-
al friends of her husband. Instituted
n searching Investigation of the mat
ter anil Mr. Hastings withdrew his
Tho doubt now thrown unon tho
authenticity of the article is likely to
cause the recqll of hundreds of thou
sands of pamphlets containing It Bent
broadcast throughout tho country by
DESHA SAYS DELEGATE
(Continued from Pmb 1)
which Link was promstlng awny weio
for n great part barren lava flows
and Inaccessible mountain lands, und
then the tide turned right against
"In Puna members of McCandless'
party smoked nnd spat tobacco juice
on the floor of the church where they
held a meeting, nnd this made the
Hawallans very angry, ns they felt
that the holy place had been dese
crated. Furthermore, since the meet
ing held by McCandless, which was
broken up by an earthquake, the Ha
wallans say that Pole Is against him.
Kuhlo will without doubt get a ma
Joilty of the votes.
"Tho Republicans on Hawaii will
elect their two Senators, Drown and
Hewitt, at least. It the latter takes
an Interest In the work, but wo have
been greatly disappointed In the run
of the Democratic candidate for Conn
ty Attorney, lrvvln, who, by coming
out violently against Kuhlo, has hurt
his chances so badly that It now
looks very much ns It Charlie Wil
liams, the Homo Rule candidate, was
going to win, The Republicans wero
backing Irwin, placing no candidate
on their ticket to oppose him.
"Harmony prevails among us this
year, and It now looks as It we were
going tp carry East Hawaii. Wt will
olect our two Representatives from
Illlo, one from Hamakua and one
from Puna. On West Hawaii, Hols
tcln Is, however, the only candldato
out of four, wo -have, as the others
have withdrawn. Tho Democrats are
pretty sure of electing Kealawaa, who
Is running for tho House."
Desha was sent far to speak at the
great ratification meeting nt Aala
next Monday evening. Ho arose
from a sick bed to como, and sought
n physician soon nftor his arrival. His
Illlo physician believes that ho has
appendicitis, In which case he will
probably submit to an operation
whllo ho Is here.
Two cases wero nollo prossod this
mornlnir bv Donutv Attnrnev flrmr-mi
I.nruaeli, each becauso .thoio was not
cnoiigu ovmenco to sccuro n convlo
Hon. Mago, charged with rape, and
Mailliol Cruz, charged wllli nionuli ....
a child under tho ago of ten ytars,
wero allowed to go Tree,
Emorv Hnirld. who whr ln,iini.,.i i...
tho Grand Jurv llm ntlmi- ,iv n. ...
ralgnod before Jmlgo .Robinson, i . d
i-muiou n pica oi not guilty to the
charge of burglary.
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