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From San FrnneiiooU
Alameda ..... Oct. 23
For San Francisco:
Alameda . i Oct. 28
Aorntigl . . Nov. 1 1
Monna Nov. 11
The Bulletin makes Its StoVe News of saving importance to buyers
VOL. X. NO. 4137
!0 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21 1.908-10 PAGS
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JAPAN'S PAPERS SAY UNWRITTEN ALLIA
CATHCART DENIES CHARGE OF DOLE
TO THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, AND
WATER G. SMITH.
In your paper, the Advertiser, you refer to my libel suits
-ngainst you as "bluffs" and intimate editorially that they arc
never to be tried, but will be dropped after election.
There is time to try these libel suits or some of them before '
election. Under the law you have a right to delay, .but there is
no need of it. There are now four cases filed agairst you. '
I hereby challenge you to an immediate trial of any of these
cases you may choose to select, and offer to go at once before a
jury and give you an opportunity to prove your assertions.
You have repeatedly said that your rases are ready. You "
mav flic your answers instantcr, waive your rights of delay and
go into court at once if you desire.
I am ready to meet the issues at a moment's notice and my
1 attorneys also aie ready to conduct the cases.
If you accept this challenge, there is time enough for a jury
' to decide between us before election day. If you refuse it, the
only reason for refusal will be that yon fear the result of meet-
ing responsible witnesses in court, and prefer to keep up your
daily campaign of irresponsible slander.
JOHN W. CATHCART.
A. M. Brown this noon gave out the following signed
statement as an answer to th: charge made this morning in
the Advertiser: .
The statement that appears in this morning Advertiser,
headed "Judge Dole on Cathcart," is not entirely correct.
Mr. Cathcart at no time ever made any pioposition to me or
said anything' about making money out of law-breakers.
Certain facts reported to me by Chillingworth were in turn
reported by me to Governor Dole, bnt not, at any time, in the
presence of L. A. Thurston. Both Chillingworth and myself had
afterwards every reason to believe, and do believe, that Mr.
Cathcart was misunderstood, by Chillingworth and misreportcd
by me to Governor Dole; and that undeserved and irreparable
injury was done MrJ Cathcart by us at that time.
Chillingworth and myself, realizing that such had been the
case, have since used our utmost endeavors to repair the wrong,
and we used all of our political strength to secure the nomina
tion and election of Mr. Cathcart as County Attorney in the
election of 1006, and we intend to do the same this year.
A. M. BROWN.
Tim ulxtin ntutcnu'iit was handed lo Hie reporter hy llrimn
with the Mulcnicnt tli.it It li.nl been rent lo ChillliiKwoitli,
who endorsed iih lo its (onlcntH, with tli exception of ono par
agraph, which J mil been stricken out, mid uhli.li does not up
po'.ir nhoc, miif that ho luul ludlt.itcd his willingness lo sIrii It.
rhllthiRnoifli, hnucnrr, ilrrllncd lo hlKn It when It w in
shown to him, and would tnnko no statement for puhllc.illnn In
irR.irilMo the matter. On tho mutter being drought to tho lt
tcntlon ol llrown he spoKq of ChllllnRworth'H vniUllatlou, that
has been very apparent.
- Vliii' nnl
Democratic School and l.lllha
Tho incclliii; at tho Orpheum -f
will Uo one or tho most interest-
Inj? of the entire campaign, as
Oovnrnor 1'rcnr lll ho tho nnlii
speaker. Ho will pirtlcnlarly
dwell on tho Imporlanro of tho
election of n Republican Scn.ito
Tho other speakers of tho even
ing will bo the candidates for tho
Legislature, tho meeting tieins m
Ihu whole, called for tho purpose
of gathering support for tho Leg
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.lodge Dole this afternoon gave a correction of his Interview
which appeared In tho morning paper lo a II n 1 I e 1 1 n reporter,
stilting that, although ho was quoted correctly In the main, there
wero Homo changes to bo made.
"The. phrase 'dlvldo the spoils,' icfcriliig to Calhr.irl's til-
leged proposition to Chillingworth and llrown, whlih I am quot-
cd In the. Advertiser as sn)lug, J do not hollciu was iifccil In tho
conversation," stated the .tuden In his orrttc.
j "Again, rcgnrdlng the second Interview which I am quoted as
I- speaking ')f,--Jt Is ery dim In my memory, nnd. In fuel, I had
forgotten It until It was called to my attention by Mr. Thurston,
! who hnppcncd to be present. While I do not doubt thnflt took
V place, my memory does not recall the pl.ico wlit-ie It occurred.
4- for that matter, Chllllnguorth and Thuistoii dlsagice as to tho
place where the second Interflow took place, one of them s,ilng
that It was at my beach home, nnd tho other stating that It was
here In my orflrc."
Tho Advcrtlfcr reports tho state
ments Hindu hy Judge Onto substan
tially as Judcc Dole made them yes
terday, but lemes out thn reply mado
by Judgo Uat to a question that I
put to him.
'At the conclusion of Judgo Dole's
Htntqmont, I iiskeil Judgo Dole,
"What Mr. Hriran tald to you being
hearsay, joti acted upon tho word of
Mr. Chillingworth only?"
Judgo Dolo replied, ''Yes, I acted
on what Mr. Chillingworth said, al
though It did not follow that I he
llecd It to be tine, but It would
havo required nil Investigation,
which I did not fce lulled upon to
make,at that time."
When I bought the position of At
torney General, I became aware that
Judgo Dolo had soino Information ap
parently detrinipnt.il to myself, on
tthlch ho was ruljlng.
Governor Dole would not tell me
whnt his Information was nor from
whom ho got It.
I was not afforded any opportunity
of denial nnd did not even know tho
nature of tho ihnrce. This Is tho
first tlmo I hao had nn opportunity
of making a denial, and f UO NOW
DBNV THAT AT ANY TIMIJ I MAOB
(Continued on Page 2) .
WILL OtT PARDON
Breckons and Dole To
Recommend For Jap
Snnsul. tho Japaneso woman who
was convicted on two counts hy tho
Jury In tho federal court of Illicit dis
tilling, was this morning given tho
minimum punishment for each offenso
by Judge Dole. On tho first count tho
woman uas hcntcnced to one month In
jail and to u.iy a flno of $100, and on
tho second count, which vsns the mora
serious offenso, sho was sentenced to
six months In Jail and $300 fine. At
tho end of tho sentenced, Judgo Dolo
stated that ho wi "llllng to recom
mend n paidou for the t-ccond count,
and U. S. Attorney llrcckom, Joined
with tho Judgo in this.
,Tho caso Is rather peculiar nnd was
a hard ono to handlo . Tho woman
linu flln tit ! nil rtiltitntn nnn n linlm In
. nun i(u n viiinii vii uiiw t uuuv 111
nrniH, to tnko euro of, and the ques
tion naturally aroso an to how this
could hu mnnaged If sho were Impris
oned. Accordingly tho sentence of tho
Court was as light n's It possibly
The Court thanked Attorney Clem
Qulnn for tho nbto defenso that hu had
put up in the faco of overwhelming
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 21.
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals,
4.03 cents, or $80.60 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.95 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3 3-4d.
Parity, 4.18 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 3d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 20.
SUGAR: Beets, 10s. 4 l-2d. Parity,
4.10 cents. Previous quotation, 10s,
Sugar quotations received this af
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cents, and Beets, 10s. 3 3-4d.
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Tis An Al'ianc
10X10, Japan, Oct. 21. The officers of the Amctknn Hcct wcio
entertained today at luncheons given in their honoi by Minister of War
Tcrauchi and Banker Mitsui. During the afternoon a garden party was
given in their honor followed by a dinner and ball.
The newspapers of the country commenting on the exchange of
messages between President Roosevelt through Admiral Sncrry, and tiie
Emperor, regard the kindly sentiments as expressing to the vyrld nn
unwritten alliance between Japan and America.
The fleet will sail lor Manila on Sunday ..
llldlllld Go dlidHig
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 21. The earthquake shocks continue. They
have now been experienced for three days
Hundreds Are Lost
MUSKOGEE, Okla., Oct. 21. It is reported that hundreds of lives
have been lost in a cloudburst at Oklahoma City.
HUDSON RIVER STEAMER BURNED
NEWBURGH. N. Y Oct. 21. The Hudson river steamer New York
was burned today in the shipyard. Four lives were lost in fighting the
fire. The loss amounts to hall a million dollars.
DEATH IN NEW MEXICO TORNADO
EL PASO, Texas, Oct 21. Great damage has been done nnd scvci'al
lives lost in a tornado that swept New Mexico today. '
ESCAPED BY FEIGNING DEATH.
UNION CITY, Tenn., Oct. 21. Attorney R. Z. Taylor, who wai
reported killed by the "night-riders," escaped death from the hundreds of
bullets fired upon his party, by feigning death.
"The committee, since the publication of the. first charccs. has had
under consideration an investigation, nnd has lnvestisratcd all the than:.
cs, and has nlso agreed, before toming to a dc:ision, that Cathcart
should be given an opportunity to answer the charges at the meeting next
Friday at tho Orpheum, and that on Saturday morning this committee
in inuui iu tunic iu a ucuniiu conclusion one way or me otner, saturuay
being the last day on which nomination papers can be filed."
Tho above etntemeut was ghen nut , If tho tommlttco Ii.nl considered tho
names of posulblo successors, Uastrn
answered illdoinatir.ily thai lliuro
wero plenty of good men. "
Tho meeting hihted for fucr .an
hour, during wlikh time tho Lomuilt
tco which was appointed to h.indlo
tho C.ithinrt mutter, mado Its report,
('has. Chtllliigworth in called Into
tho meeting .mil nsl.nl u number of
questions, but tho nature of thesn
wns not gUeu out After Chilling-'
vwnlli had left the room C'.ijlicart was
' (Continued on Page 2)
by Secretary Cuslro of thu Central
Comiulttco after tho mcetlni: of tho
Incentive Committee of that body
had eomo to nn e,ml at about U'lfi
o'clock this afternoon.
Tho hint sentence of his statement
Indicates that thn loiumltti'o has ta
ken Into (oiiblder.itlnn tho possibil
ity of selecting another candidate to
taho thn placo of Cathcart on thn
ticket, should it find that tho uiiswrr
m.idn by Cathcnit In thn Orpheum
speech Is liisuillclcnt. When usl.cd
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