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VOL. X. NO. 4143
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J. P. Cioke of the Republican Territorial Committee has
laid bare the whole Advertiser plot to defeat the Republican par
ty. Cooke dragged the information out of A. P. laylor during a
conversation held Monday evening. Taylor is the 'Ero of the
Lee Lei case and several other morning paper nan.es. '
Cooke engaged him in a conversation residing Cathcart
and the stiaight ticket.
Taylor waxed warm. Cook; let him warm up a little more,
in order to draw him out.
Finally Taylor said that h; did not intend to vote for Har
ry von Holt.
Cooke asked him why not.
Taylor lesponded that von Holt was one of the committee
that upheld Cathcart.
Taylor then added to the information he was giving. He
said he did not intend to vote for Douthitt, giving as his reason
that Douthitt was on the stage the night of the Cathcart Or
pheum meeting and showing his approval of Cathcart.
Cooke then let loose on Taylor.
"You have been giving me the information I have been
looking for,' said Cooke. "I have believed it of the Advertiser
crowd from the first, but you have finally confirmed it.
"Your crowd claims to be anxious to deftat Cathcart for
what you claim is for the good of the community. AS A MAT
TER OF FACT YOU ARE D0INQ YOUR UTMOST TO DEFEAT
THE WHOLE REPUBLICAN TICKET AND YOU KNOW IT.
Your whole scheme is one of revenge. You are trying to do up
the Republican party. You talk of a straight ticket except for
Cathcart and everyone of you is doing your utmost to defeat the
Republican party and the Republican organization."
Taylor could not deny it, so he didn't try to.
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"The campaign hns taken
such shnpo thut thu light for
Cutlicurt N c light for thu
stinlght ticket," said J. P.
CooKe yesterday afternoon. "The
morning paper outfit Is ready to
sacrifice tlio wholo liarty In ol
der to dofeut Cathcart.- They
uie using tno moat outrageous)
methods. From piesent Indica
tions I oxpece Cathcart to lead
the municipal ticket. Hut wo
must tight f"V tho Btinlght tick
et as that ciowd is planning to
knife the ticket In a spllit (it
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will get Y. Abe, tho Japanesu abscond
er, and bring him back here to fuco
trial. The extradition papers hnvo n I'
ll veil from Washington and this morn
lug Deputy Attorney (Jeneral Wlilt-lit'-
received a cable fiom Ambassador
O'llrlun stating that Abo had been
located and nnested In Dalny, Man
churia. This probably means that Doylo will
leave for Japan on tho next boat, which
sails from here Monday. At piesent
Doyle is 111, but ho will undoubtedly
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Republican South and Hale.
f "Republican Alea.
Tho' principal speakers at the Re
publican rallies this evening will be
1'rlnco Cupid and Chairman Atkinson.
They will speak at both the Kakuako
and Alea meetings.
Two largo ciowds will turn out to
night to hear thu Republican criull
dates, one at tho comer of Hnlckau
wlla and Smith streets, and the other
at Alea. Tho Interest In the campaign
Is Intense, and centers around the Re
publican candidates to u great extent.
The Republicans have sonio ery
able speakeis among their number,
nnd those who attend tho meetings to
night may expect to hear several stir
ring addresses. Those who will speak
at tho South and Ilnlekauullu stieets
meeting uie: A. D. Castro, J. C. Coh
en, E. A, Douthitt, John K. Knmannu
111, Ii. A. C. Long, Roliert Shingle, John
C. Lane. William Alila. "William Ay
(Continued on Page 2)
UP THIS WEEK
Whitney Receives Letter
Deputy Attorney (lencrnl Whitney
has lecclved a letter from Attorney
General Hemenw.iy, dated Oct. 9,-in
whl ill Is given a brief bummnry of
events pertaining to tho Hawaiian
eases which will l.e heard before tho
Supieme Court oT tho United States.
According to Mr. Hemcnway's letter
tho Hawaiian cases are before tho
Supremo Court at Washington this
In the Laual case, Hemenway
states that bo h'.tcnds to move to ad
vance the caso. nut tho motion will.
ho fcols conllJcut, be denied. Urown,
McCandlcss' nltornoy In this caie, in
sists on nn oral atgument, and ua tho
enso will probably not bo reached on
tho calendar until somowhero around
Clirlstmns, Mr. Hemenway will be
unable to appear, as he cannot re
main that long.
Attorney WUhlilgton Is there, ho
Btatcs, and will tnovo to advance the
I.llllm street caib. This motion will
probably bo lost and tho caso will bo
submitted on brlofb.
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NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 28. Mr.
Taft arrived :n Uu city today and
will address a meeting to be held this
evening in Madison Square Garden.
Wm. J. Bryan -is today touring the
interior of the State
FLEET NEAR FORT
Mtsurtiloi J'ni XptcUl Cat If)
SAN DIEGO. Calif., Oct. 28. A
wireless dispatch was received here
today from the cruisers of the Pacific
Fleet, commanded by Admiral Swin
burne. The Fiest will reach Macda-
lena Bay on, Sunday.
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NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 28. Re-
fined sugar, was today reduced ten
cents a hundred.
SERVIAN VISITS CZAR
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 28.
The Crown Prince of Servia was a
visitor today at thr V,'inter Palace
of the Czar of Russia.
REFINED IS REDUCED
SOFIA, Bulgaria. Oct. 28. The
Bulgarian Assembly met today. Czar
Ferdinand in his speech from the
Throne urged a policy of peace on
the representative! of the people.
WILL DIE FOR MURDER
MANILA, P. I.. Oct. 28. Private
Beecham has been sentenced to suf
fer the death DJnnlty for killing four
men at Camp SloUenbcrg. Beecham
EL PASO, Toxas Oct. 28. It is
reported that forty Yaquis have been
killed at Papagus, Mexico.
f "Tho statements In tho Adcr-
User this morning call for no
answer." said County Attorney -f
Cathcart this morning. "They
morely show how desperate and -f
dirty tho attacks of my enemies
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MAKIKI CAMP CASE
Attorney Peters and Tom
Lucas indulge In
The hearing of tho caso of M. Mu-
ranaka, one of th Japanese chnrged
with constructing a camp near Urn
Kuahumnnu sc.iuol In violation ot
the now ordinance, took place In tho
Police Com I till." forenoon, but was
not completed, nnd the matter had
to be continued until next Monday.
The case waa bitterly fought by
Deputy County Attorney Mllvorton,
who conducted thp rase ot the prose
cution, and K. C, I'eters, who appear
ed for the defer itant. Tho best scrap
of the lot was, litwcver, one between
Tommy Luca3, the well-known con
tractor, who was called as nn expert,
Lucas wns 'lie first witness for
the prosecution, and ho testified to
the course of construction of tho
camp and the nature of the building,
which, he snld, from his observation
of what had Keen done so far. was
going to be a cheap job.
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. MAY GET 300
Supervisor Wishard Says
No More Possible;
"Wo havo about clutou hundred
votes In tho County of Kauai," said
Stipcnlsor 'WUluird, who camo to
town today for n short business trip.
"Tho Dcmocrnts may possibly poll
three hundred of Iho'in votes but not
one more. JlcCan Hess undo some
what of nn Impression for :t time, but
his misstatement of tho land situation
was vt-ry quickly exposed by tho Del
egate and Senator Oeorgo Kalrchild.
The latter, though certain ot election
on account of having no opposition, Is
working hard for tho ticket, and gain
ing splendid results." '
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WASHINGTON', D. C. OCT. 27
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WII.I, ANN'OUM'i: SCIinDVI.R OUIKOU. MTI.IU.I.AN.
This cablegram was received yeitcrday afternoon by .1. I'. Ccltc. It
means that the tariff discussion will
tjons are over, c that the special romnili-slon will no rendv to report tit
the extra session of Congiess to bo hold linmedlatei. after March Ith. It
also points the gleat Importance ot Ifiwnll retuininn the present Delegate
to Congress In crdcr that it shall bs
team for tile piotectlon of Hawaii's
What Judge Lindsay
Thinks of Cathcart
(By CIRCUIT JUDGE ALEXANDER LINDSAY JR.)
"Since I have been on the liiuli, M.- C.itbrart has been be
fore me la his ofTlclnl capacity on many otcnHiona. Last ear I
presided oei th,c cilminal branch of the Clicult Court, and from
my pxperieuce with hi in there. I bcllovn li t nt ( i lie t ho most nhlo
prosecutor wi liavo cev had. Of couise, I kuoA nothing what
soever aboir these outside mnttcrj except what I have feen in
the newspapers. Mr. Cathcart Is nn nblc la wye, nnd he bus al
ways shown i. spirit of fairness when appeal Ini; before tho
BRAND JURY TAKES,
UP ASSAULT CASE
Probable That No Bill'
.Will Be Returned
NcT Indictment will bo brought In
ngniiist Hii)nshl, the Japanese servant
who has been under nnest for assault
In 'ho sensational Dode nasi', accord
ing to all tho Infoi inatlon that can he
learned Tho Grand Jury took tho
matter up this morning, nnd both Mrs.
Dodo and Miss Orimihs were wit
nesses. Tho sum and substnnco of the v.-holo
matter seems to bo that there is not
siifllclcut evidence, that the, person who
committed tho ussault was. Iliiynshl.
and It Is probable that no bill will bo
leturned against him. Various other
minors ns to how tho assault waa
committed havo been floating around
tho community for tho past fow dajs,
though It Is probable under tho ex
isting circumstances that tho truth
or falsity. or theso will never bo
brought to light.
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Judge Lindsay's Comt: x
Kin Wtd v. Oodfjv) , motion for do
cvo nnd inatlon of costs.
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V'Mirti tilal. continued.
HONOLULU WEATHER 'f
WVilm.cilflv nMnllni. 9
Tcnipcraluii'B tf n in., "n; R a. in..
"7: 10 u. in., 79; noon, 7'J; morning
llaroinetcr, 8 n. in., 29.90; absolute
hninldlty, S a. in., i;.27fi grains per
cublo foot; lelntive hunildlty. S n. m,
C3 per cent; dew point. S u in . fi3.
Wind C a. m., velocity 2, direction,
E.; S a. in., Mdoclty 3. direction K.;
10 n, in., vclocltj 9, direction i:.; noon,
eloclty t, direction Ii
Itnlnfall (lining 21 hours ended S a.
in., .no inch.
Total wind nun anient during 21
hours ended ut noon, 150 miles
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Soctlon Dlroctor. Weather Ilurwuu.
Wedncfcday, Oct. 28.
Schr. riauienco Wnrd, from Mid
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