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8 PAGpS-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1908-8 PAGES
KUHIOAND McCANDLESS DRAW N00
J I I I ! II II ,
From San Fraaciico:
America Mmu Oct. 26
For San Francisco:
Alameda Oct. 28
AoraiicI Nov. H
Moana (Nov. 11
Tho following Ik ii pllvnte letter to
n local business man from IiIh Wall I
EHii'ui rejin-seiiiuiivc, us luiuciilH
m.iy be accepted uk tlio Inside vlowa .
of the New York financial district:
Thinking you might be Iciirc1 tu
lieni- a llttlo about tlic National 1'ios
lilcnttal Campaign, I have gotten to
gether a few figures. From tlicm It
looUn ns If Mr. Taft was nitre of tlio
nuijiirlty voto of tltu National Hloct
oi al College. Tho figures talo for
grunted that Mr. Ilryim will carry
Nevada. Cortirndo, Montana, Ken
tucky, Oklahoma, the Solid South,
Maryland, and Missouri. I tot li sldci
mint tlio following Statca for -Mr.
Kaunas . . . . . . .
Utah ,. ..
Massachusetts . .
Minnesota . . . .
S. Dakota'. : ...
I'cnnsylvunia . .
Washington . , ,
: What Judge De Bolt :
: Thinks of Cathcart
(By CIRCUIT JUDGE J. T. DE BOLT)
"John V. Cathcart Is ono of tho boKtvprnseriitlng oniclals wo
li.uo ever had in tho Clirult Courts heie. I havo gone further
and nlnleil that ho is the best prnsec utor. As to tho tiuth or -
falsity or the charges against him, I, of duns?, know nothing.
He has tried his cases well; ho has always been fair to tho
Couit and Jury and com leous to opposing couiibcljho has shown
a desire to icach the bottom or every case, and nt nil limes has
' been nil able, honest, and unflagging olllccr la Hie pcrformnnta
of his duly, so far as ho has conio under my nntlco."
Judge Do Holt has tiled n gicnt many rase during tho
past onr In which County Attorney Calhcait has appeared In his
ofuclnl capacity, many cilmlnnl cases having bsen assigned to his
t mil t by Judgo Robinson.
where the most correct clothes arc worn, the preference is
Riven to the New York Fashions as shown by the greatest
fashion tailors in
Every garment is correctly tailored by experts in the
latest exclusive lines. There is no shoddy work, no misfit
ting in our suits.
Let us show you some of them.
The Kash Co.
FEDERATION MIDES ITS MEMBERS
The 111' an fortes admit that tho
following Stales nro doiihtful and
they enn ho counted In Mr. Taft's col
umn without any reason for thinking
otherwise, i!7 otc8 In all:
New Jersey 12
Rhode Island 4
N. I).ikota t
This would glvo Mr. Taft 211 votes
In the College. An It Is necessary for
him In receive 212 o(ch to ho elected
ho must obtain III Mites from tho fol
lowing doubtful States:
Delaware . .
Ncbraiska , .
Ol'ilo . . ..
Indian, i 1,"
New York . .
If Mr. Taft wins In New York only
out of all thesu Hlatca, ho will lio
elected. If he w!iib only Ohio nml
Nebruska.-ho will be olcctcdr or If ho
wins Indiana, West Virginia, Dela
ware, and Ncbiaskn out of theso
States, .losing Ohio and Now York,
ho will ho elected. Ho can oven lose
Ohio, Indlatia, and Now York, pro
vided ho wins besides Nebraska and
Supreme Court Opinion;
Carl Smith And
Referring to tho latest phase of
tho morning day-hy-diiy attacks on
him, Mr. Cathcart mado tho follow
I "Tho only reply that needs to be
made to Judgo Humphreys' state
ments In this morning's Advertiser
Is to call tho public's attention to
what the Supremo Court of tho Tcr
iltory s.is In io Humphreys, 15th
Haw.' Report, p. 1J5. Tho Issue be
fore tho court was an alleged attempt
on Humphrey!)' part to Induco Mr.
Mngnon to betray his client. It bo
came a question of veracity between
Mr. Humphreys and Mr. Magoon, and
the Supreme Couit sas, after recit
ing tho stalcmcTits mado by Mr. Ma
goon and Mr. Humphreys:
" 'Theso two veiBlons nro flatly
lontrndlctoiy In the parts which nro
now of chief Importance. They can
not he reconciled on any theory of
misunderstanding or failure of mem
ory. Which witness should ho be
lieved?' "Then after considering and anal
yzing tho statements mado by Mr.
Mngnon and Mr. Humphreys, tho
couit further iujs: 'Wo feel con
vinced that Mr Magoon "told tho
truth us to tho conversation that
'took place between him nml Mr
'Hitulphroys on tlio 2 2 fid of 'last Octo
iher. Mr. Humphreys on tho ovldonco
Is guilty of having attempted to In
'iluco Mr. Magoon to betray his client
an aged, credulous man easily Im
posed upon and of whom others, as
Mr. Huiiiphics knew, had previously
taken advantage. In order to accom
plish this, ho urged considerations of
personal friendship, resorted to
threats and suggested largo booty.
"What do wo caro for Sumner? Let
him go; all wo caro for Is our fees."
Theio's but ono conclusion disbar
ment. "Such being tho opinion of tho
Supremo Court of Mr. Hiimphlcys'
veracity, comment by mo is superflu
ous. "The anxiety of Mr. Carl Smith to
assist In the fight against mo Is only
equaled by his anxiety to have mo
stand by him, as I did, a short tlmn
ago, when Mr, Thuiston nml Mr. Kin
liny were endeavoring to pecurn
Smith's disbarment for alleged mis
conduct unci falluro to protect his
clients' Interest In the Korean mur
der cubes ut llilo. '
'f havo and havo had debts, but Is,
It not posstlilo that ' Mr. Thurston
owes nionoy as well as mjself?"
Tho Tenchcis' Association of tho
Tonltory of Hawaii will meet Monday,
November 2, at tho McKluley High
school. A legnlur program will bo
given, thu meeting being opened by
music. An address will be given by
Mr. Hahlvvln on his new geography of
Hawaii, and this will later ho fol
lowed by general discussion, Other
topics of Interest to teachcrB will bo
taken up and discussed,
Every Man who is interest
,ed in Life Insurance has heard
of the PRUDENTIAL.
Let us show you 'some Pru
dential records and explain
what" a policy can do for you.
1)33 TORT ST.
Delegate Kuhlo and Link .McCand
less had n war orcr Ihcir platforms
at tlm corner of King mid Ilethel
st reels this noon. Kuhlo sHiko first
I. ml said that ho secured appropriations
lor tho local rciier.u works, wnno
Link denied the truth or that state
ment. Link said that it was Senator
dcorgo C. Perkins who got the nppio
prlatlons. Ho read a letter from Per
kins, s:i)lug Ihnt'lt was he who worked
hard in tho committee and sieiued the
npproprititnlns for Hawaii He was
cheered and applauded
Kuhlo said that he Kid done Ills best
towards getting appropriations for har
bor improvements and lighthouses. All
theso ttoro hecured for the advance
ment of commerce of these Ishin hi.
American citizens wen- being cm
ployed In rcilcral work The Hawaii
an language clause was dwelt upon,
tho speaker stating thai he was In
favor of Its recognition as an olllclal
langungn, but this was opposed In Con
gress In order to see It continued
for some length of lime, be succeeded
In getting the limit o ten e.irs. tho
lesl he could do under the circum
stances. As to tho land pmiHisltlnn, he slated
Hint he was asked by a Democrat on
Hawaii If ho would give Hie Hawaiian
tun acres of land In the eent of Ids
election. Ho told him that he could
not do so,-because It was illiectly
against thu principle of the Federal
Ho then told Ihoj'oto-a to elect ti
good Tnan ror" Dclejfuli! Io Congress,
Whim he hint completed his speech ho
asked tho nudlenco and Link McCand
less If they wanted to ask him any
questions, us he was prepared to an
swer thcni. No one rcsomlcd, hut
Link told the Delegalu that ho would
tnko tho Btand and speak for himsoir.
(Continued on Fag 3)
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Oct 27
SUGAR: 88 analysis, 1,0s. 3-4d. Par
ity, 4.12 cents, Previous quotation,
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP .
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Los Gatot, Cal Pacific Coast Agent.
If not at dealers we will tend by
mail to any address upon receipt of
Ice Cream, and.
Drug Co., Ltd.
All you can and still our messen
ger boy will keep you going. Ha gets
his cue from the sun and beats it
out on any long run; on short ones
he skins an auto a block.
Tho finest pastry made anywhere,
orders for parties and dinners.
laukea Society's Choice
For Office Of
Tho Hawaiian Civic I'edcrntloii, or
Iho "Political Organisation for i:iulty,"
at Us meeting on Monday night, Oct
ober 2fith, endorsed tho following can
didates for various unices.
Delegate to Congress, Jonah Kuhlo
For Senators John Hughes. Frank
It. Harvey, Joseph Mokuohal Poepoo.
For Representatives, Fourth District
A. I). Castro, K. A. Douthltt. John
K. Knmannulti. E. A. C. l-ong. Robert
Shingle mid I). Kneka.
For Representatives. Mflh District
A. S. Kulelopu, David K. Katun. K.
II. Mlkalcml, Daniel Kanmhii, ndward
L. I.Ike mid H. K. Mahnc.
For County Sheriff, C. P. laukea.
At thi) next meeting. of tlio society.
It Is expected that the rest of the can
didates will be considered one by one,
after which they will be endorsed.
Thu nlmve list was signed by J. K.
Kuhueun, ns secretary and confirmed
by J. K. Nnkookcxi ns president,
t Although It is not offlrlally given out,
It Is understood from outside sources
that C. A. Long will recelvn tho en
dorsement of the lull for County Attor
Tho membership. of (he boclelv Is a
very Indefinite quantity.
JACK HAa EVIDENCE .
OF LINK'S BUNCOMBE
"Jlri MrCatidlchs sajs wo nro
cnrrjlng on a campaign of nils- X
representation." said Chairman
Atkinson of tho Republican .
Central Commit Ico this morn-
Ing. "I was surprised because
tho chief reason why I went to
tho other Islands was to conn- -
Icrnct Mr. MtCandlcss' dema-
gogle methods nml his mlsrep- it
rcscnlntlnnij to Ihn voters of tlio iV
other Islands. ?
"It Is perfectly preposterous '
for him to say that ho has not ::
led the pcoplo to hellevo Hint
they nro golnj to get land If ho .'
Is elected. Ho can split hairs v.1
as much as ho likes and say "
that ho never said ALL the peo- it
plo arc going to get land, I havo !
collected enough evidence to
satisfy niself; If ha Is willing i
Io stale that ho has created this -X-wrong
Impression, I will pay for
the wlrolcBKcs to tho other Isl-
nnds to set tlio lieoplo right," V,'
X- -X- -X- -X- ii if ii
Henry Leslie, who was orlglnnlly
charged with robbery of n Chinese on
Iho Wulahio road, appeared In tho Po
llen Court this morning on a charge of
assault and battery. Ho was found
guilty and fined $12 and costs.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET, v
TIPTON. it.d Oct. 27. Vice Presidential Ca didatc Kern of the
Democrats todav issued a statement in
thousand dollars of Republican money
carry the election. The leaders accused by Kern dcclaic that the charge
is absolutely lake.
long flight in Ins airship today with
Royalty In Araip
MANILA CHOLERA CASES
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 27. Five
have been repotted in the last twenty-four hours.
T0KI0, Japan, Oct. 27. The Yankton, auxiliary to the American
Atlantic Fleet, sailed today with the
LEAVING FOR MAGDALEN A RAY
SAN DIEGO. Calif.. Oct. 27.
tow for Magda'ena Bay.
TWELVE KILLED AT PANAMA
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 27
place today on the work at Panama.
THOMAS' WILL IS
W.R. Castle Is Appointed
Tho will of tho Into H II. Thomas
was this morning filed for probalo In
Iho Circuit Court. W. It. Cnstlo has
been appolnlccl trustee under tho will,
without bond, to have lull control "
the estate and he is not ieiiilieil Io
Illo any tircoonts.
Tho Income of Iho wtnlti Is Io go In
Iho daughter of Iho decease d, Miss Ki
le li C. Thomas, uhriesldes In Kngtaiid,
though In case tlm Income Is not suf
ficient, tho piluclpnl Is tn bo drawn
on to make up n sum not exceeding
ono hundred pounds. Mr, Thomas
stated that It was his wish thai bin
daughter return to Hawaii within two
(Continued on Page 2)
BIDS WILL BE
OPENED ON 30TH
nids for Iho proposed reliifiuced con
crete IJ, S. Army quartermaster's
stoi chouse, and olllco building, at thu
foot of Fort street, will ho opened on
FOR STREET WEAR.
A neat, stylish, dressy, and per
fectly fitting shoe,
Well-dressed gentlemen tako pride
in wearing it.
PATENT COLT, TAN, BLACK VICI.
$4.50 and $5
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
which he charves that one huuthed
has been sent into Indiana to help
Oct. 27. Count Zcnnclin made a
Prince Henry and Captain MisUinlc
casca of rholcu and three suspecti
LEAVE JAPAN ' '
straggler.! who overstayed their
Hit lcr.,cdo flotilla will leave tomor-
Two explosions of dynamite took
Twelve men were killed.
KILLED HIM AND
WAS GLAD DF IT
Reed Says Wynne
Shouted At Him
I.iuc m ,ti nln.v afternoon Judgo
I'nle ill tided lh.it the corpus delecll
did not have to be established before
uvideiice ns In the deed could he ad
mitted, und conscipiently Jas. I teed,
lormer second ofllcor on tho oil steam
er llosecr.ins, was allowed to llulslt
Iho sentence which had been objected
to by Frank Thompson, iittornuy for
John Winno, iho previous day. Yes-
Jteiday Reed gave his description of
mu nllevway leading In Iho loom In
which the crime was committed, and
told of hearing shouts on tho ratnfiil
night und running down to McKliiuou's
loom, where he was met by Wynne.
(Continued on Page 2)
November 30. It Is cxiected that at
least three or four Icral i oiitractora
will put in bids and it Is understood
that several San IV.iucltco firms nro
also after the Job. Holes havo been
urllled In determine the clinrarlcr of
soil which tin- builders will meet with
when they begin excavations.
O'For Rent" cards on sale at
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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