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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4083.
10 PAOES, HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF IIAWAII, THUHSDAY, AUGUST 4,110 J 0 PAOFS.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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WYNNE GRANTED ANOTHER REPRIEVE
Told To Drop His Personal
VICE-PRESIDENT NAMED IN GORE SCANDAL Taft Grants
iPresident Allows 90 Days F
Consideration Of Murderer's
Case May Never Hang
Upon tlio discovery lh.it I.orrln
Audiews Is using his employment by
tlio Itcpubll mi Totrlloilal Central
Committee, in build tip n little polll
It nl dictatorship nil bin own und
nihnme the Interests of tertnln nri
bltlouK candidates who meet with
Dm Audiews approval, Andrews has
been Informed bj u member of thu
Territorial Ceutial Committee Hint
b will bnvo to iliup bin ii tlvlty In
bin own behalf mul iln tbu work bu
waa emplojed to ilu for tbu Uepuhll
Andrews Ii.ik been actively on
gaged In endeavoring to urriiiifs
tbiliRH Fo men of bin selection will go
to tbu Republican convention, uml
bus been usIiir tlio tiiun Ili.lt lie Is
paid for by tbo Tenltnrlal Cmitnil
Committee to oil tbo iorb In liM
own llttlo machine.
"Andrews has been told," mid a
member of the committee thin 'morn
ing, 'that It does not came within
tbu province of his duty to urge
nloiiR certain candidates. This ap
plies to Mr Cohen or mi) one else.
No definite answer has been return
cd In Mr Aniliuws, but this Ik a
mutter that Is entitled to re o've at
tendon Just nj trul In Mr. 'Andrews'
cii'e us In Hint of any llepubll an
woiker who bc-omen Iniliucd with a
fnNp Idea of liU duties."
So It uppeais that the plan of
Andrews anil Cohen to nt range
thlngo ItepuUllrnu to milt themcolves
Is to li biotiKht up with a round
turn ami that .the Teirttoilal On
tt ill Committee Is kuIuk to have
nutiii!' hltiK to sa. Andrews will
luiNo. In ro Into letliemeut ns 11 po
lllli'al ill tator If be wishes to boll
I'oUlenl ManuRur I.ortln Andrews'
alienor! threat to brine Iul!nn
bear tlirotiRb Alexander & Ua dwln
Is the latent' whip which rumor
claims Is to be swung over the heads
of the Republicans of the Manoa pre
(Continued on Prnte 3)
F AT HILO
Afa&WRk . 2 jSBk rrv - - '
msr Warn --l &' AK-
wwitnMW ii n in m m smt smmiiw
H7J, .Aibhh MummMFmsxe- t1 tit-iw HSiai-H -
ii'miLxrb"immmn mstKK7i,mir u trnQHHiK2
Cables The Governor
From New York
Thorn h no hurry nlmilt thn final
approval of the 1 1 Do wharf lleeiifo
on the pait of the Rovurniuciit, ac
comIIiir to loernor Krenr, and tbo
matter Is still In teutiitlwi form.
This iniirnliiK a (ableRraui was ic
celvuil fioiu the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company lit Nuw York ml
vacating tbu grunting of the llcensa
to build tbu llllo wharf.
Asked when be expected to sIrii
the llcem-o for the llllo wharf thl
morning, llovernar Fre.it replied:
"I never sign nn wharf licenses
My function, If any, in that dliec
(Ion would be to ludouu my tip
pi oval. Theie Is no hurry about It
on the part of the Roeruuiout, so
far as I know. Tbo pieeent torn
Ii only tentative. It has taken dlf
feient forms at dlffeient tliuos."
Tbo messago which wus received
from New Yorji this inorulug read:
"(inveruor 1'iear, Honolulu,
"We strongly advocate granting
franchise llllo uhaif, as It Is vital
and essential to all shipping itnd
commercial lutuiusts thoiu,
The cable received from New York
Is In reaponpo to one from tbo local
agency of tbo company, which U In
favor of the wharf pioposltlon us
now under consideration, for lnllu
nice from, that end on the matter.
There Is talk that Superintendent
Campbell refused a copy of tbo II
'ccuse during July to tbo steamship
men who were tbo protestors against
tbo grunting of the license, mid tbo
sunn iluy a copy was furnished Wal
ter Dillingham und he used It to
obtain the signatures of the other
firms who Indorsed the project
This stutement wus denied abso
lutely and fully by Campbell In tbo
Wowing words, when asked about
the matter todav:
"No copy u the license, was ever
denied am one. and Waller Ullllnir
ham did not get i copy of It ffoui
mo on the day that anyone wus re
fused, or on any other day.
"Tbu way the matter canio up was
this. The protestors wanted u copy
of the Ikouso about tbo mlddlo of
Iil1 At that time I told them It
was in leutntho form, and 1 leil
(Continued on Page 2)
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
.SAN FRANCISCO, Auk. 4. The
scores in the bip; leagues' piny today
are: , I a
National New Tfork 1, Chioago
5: Philadelphia 0, Pittsburg 0. Other
American St. Louis 1, Washing
ton 0; St. Louis 5, Washington 0;
Detrot 4, Boston 2; Cleveland 0,
New York 5.
Standing of National League, Aug, 3,
Club. W. I 1'ct.
Chicago 38 27 .fiSO
Ncw Yoilt GO .37 .574
I'lttsblirs i'i 30 .H7C
Cincinnati 43 43 Mn
Philadelphia 43 IS .W,
St. Louis t 30 G4 .400
Ilrooklyu 30 51 .113
lloston 33 37 ,3i0
Standing of American League, Aug. 3.
Club. W I.. PcL
Philadelphia 00 31 .659
New Ymk '. G4 37 .BUS
lioHlon 35 38 .391
Detiolt 51 41 .554
Clovcl.inil 41 45 .470
WashliiKtln 37 53 .411
Chicago 31 35 .382
St. Umls 30 58 .340
BALL1N0ER SAYS NO.
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' i-niir-i,i iitin iriiir,i'u .ji.ii'i
Wjiine foi 90 d.ijs from September
5 Wnriant foi warded this date.
This lomintinl atlou will miIHco
UtiMI wurrant Is leeched." '
Jcditi Wnne, murderer, eondcinn-
cd to death by hanging, has been
reprieved by President Taft for 90
'ilii) fioiu September ft, In order that
n til. t her inu'itlgutlon ma he made.,
j 1 he cable unununclng this news
'was reiehed by t'tiitcd States Dla
, .trUt Court olllclnls shortly beforn'
(iioon tl'du, and Wynne now has'
ifuiiber time before he faces tho,
hangman If he cmt does
Wviinu iLiunilited mtiider en Mi
Itisccraur In lloiiolitlu hailnr id mi
i round guilty h the Dutrl t Com
the Pupieoie Court afllrmlng th
tuiKu and ImposltiR the death
heveinl wcelis ago leljcrflij
forwarded to Washington froinT
Dole, vim tiled the case, nnd
officials of the United States ci!
askhiR e'oinen y for' the' conderr
September wn thn day
junge worn ns me nine innl itioj
of exeettt'on would bo named, art
was expectej that Wynne w
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..i,,h '" (III,, llltll u.iiv. ii II i ill
reprieve fiom IJie President wa
roll id today.
V)iiiip won the sympathy ofi
rnuM and olllclaU during his
aid hrt tbu (onlldcnce of t Un kj
er u' ibe prison, wlierd bo bust
e- i for many month. k. 1
c(i.mjiii:sm(in i, (o.iiMinri. in.
yimkhtim: iioim: iiaitiiK.s.
Top row Fenatora lluglies, llutton,
Crawford, Percy and Jones llottniu
row: RcpicKentnthei Campbell,
Snundors, Stephens md Mllli r
s MUSKOGEE, Okla., Aug. 4. Nnnv ator from Oklahoma, duiing the clos- he was direct and specific in his
tng the Vice-President of the Nation ing hours of the last Congress, tint charm. y
as among these alleged to to inter-. he had been approached by persons The Senator testified under oath
csted, also bringing into the deal a who wished to buy his vote in con- that .u.tb Jammcn. former Nation
United States Senator and a Eeprc-, nection with contracts for the talc p1 Committeeman of the Re , iblican
SCntativC in Concress. the te3timcnv of Indian lniuln in niclnhmrn. nnil ciirtv for flklnhnmii ntTirefl bim
of Senator fclore before the Congres- opening the saino to the public. $25,000 to cease his opposition to'
sionni invesusaxinj: committee hero xitcie so-called HicWurray ecu the ratification of the contracts,
trtjT- lacked ncne of the sensation, tracts if ratified would grant tho at- naming Vice-Ptesident Sherman,
al features that have been promised, torneys ten por cent, on the sale of Senator Curtis and Representative
Tho Ccngrcsiional committee is Indian land valued t?t th rty mil- MrOnire none thisc who were
invest eating the sentatUonal clnrge lfons of dollars. Senator Gore was interested in the award of the valu-
rrnde bv Senator Gore, ths blind Sen- the fint witness on thj stand, and "nip rnntratts
YACHT SWEETHEART LEAVES
THIS AFTERNOON ON RETURN
VOYAGE TO SAN PEDI1
BULLETIN PARTY IS HAPPILY
ENTERTAINED AT HOTEL MANX
'ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 4. Sec
l clary Ballinger persists that there is
no plan on foot to secure his resig
nation from the Taft Cabinet. When
Mr. Ballinger arrived here today he
stated to the newspaper men that the
conference between President Taft
and Senator Crane had nothing to
do with him. He declares he has not
been asked to resign.
I.etteiB f i oin Mre. Ileggs ami mem
bers of tbu II ii I I c t I n-California-Yobcmltu
party came in tbu l.uillne
mull of jesterday. These show that
tho joiiug ladles made tho trip most
comfortably and aiu being cared for
In splendid stile bj thn llotnl Mun,
that makes a feature of tbo good
things it gtU'g to guests fiom Ilu
Tbo loMers follow:
San I'm n Iscn, July 27, 1910
To tbu lMltor of tbu II v o n 1 n g
II u 1 I ii t 1 u.
Through thu (ourtesy ni:d kind
liens of the i: v o ii I tl g Hull e
t I ii, wo have, nil arihed very cafc-
Uy und me domiciled in cry tom-
foi table iiuaitcrs at the lintel Munx.
I 'Our trip (?or was vory smooth.
nnd nil tbo girls weio er louu
uate for a first deep bea trip, nuking
tit ory (omfortiibl) without being
I tea's!! k.
Tbo Matson Navlfiittlon 'Compnnv
was must lourtcous in Its attention
and at tho whuif wo wero-met by u
representative of tbo Ilntul Munx
anil icoinejed to our hotel.
Wo hao nil decided to stay oni
week in San rraiulbco onjojlng Mimo
of thu side trips, und procied to tlm
.YoEonille the (list of noxl week,
j when we hope to be able to reward
'the II it 1 1 u 1 1 n'u kindness by Rond-
lug some lutorcstlug facts back
, of our Journej to the valley
Veis slnreroly joins, wlih man"
YOSHMITi: Tit IP CONTESTANTS
(Charlotte J. Ileggs.)
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Captain Harris Is In
Charge Of Fast
At half past one o'clock this uftor
noon thu Sweetheart was almost
leady to sturt off on thu return trip
to Sun i'edio. Commodore Smith und
tho other members of tho crew, who
uro to proc.-oil to the mainland on tho
Korea nuxt Sunday, wero on hand to
sc gooilbje to their bhlpmnlos, who
aiu tubing tbo Sweetheart home,
All the incbtsmen say they ha
Rio.it (line In Honolulu and they
the) ,1-0111(1 stay longer. Commod
Smith regicts that he Is not return
on tho Sweetheart, but owing to p
snro be cannot spaie tbo necesi
' Commodore Ward has gone to i
for a trip uml will tuko In the Volol
while' on tbo big island. Hq into
to luawi fur the Coast on tho Lurj
which sails on Tuesday next. 1M
Commodore Smith had n few wo
to s.iy this afternoon about hlsS
In llnwiill "Wo hnvo nil liad a cr
no race ; i
I pliih WCM
ttniH In Honolulu, mul thu way J
Captain Harris will bu In command no been entertained will iievort
of the yacht nnd first in ito llriiniikk 'oiRotten b us. I nm fcorry tlj
win also lie on ihiiiiii. Mr. I'Uriiworlh. nvT" "m '"" yncms in mo race;i
who ciiiio down on tbu Molllluii. U rt01 'lro 'bat next tlmo the
returning ns one of tbo crow of tbo al lwt half n dnieti boat
Hueethi.IlH III nil lliori. ,,rn u,.,.., Ullll Started I tlllllk Q COOll
men on liounl tbo trim llttlo cssel. ,lc ,0 mako oiory ono who cntcri
nnd thej aro looking forward to a aclit put up u certified check fori?
pleasant trip to tbo Const. ' thousand dollars to gunrnnteo tl
A reef has been taken In thu main ,lt yacht will start. 1 am roturn!
sail, und Cuplnlti llnrrls reckons that'"11 "10 Korot, and will nlways cs3
the Sweetlioart will tnuko tbu trip ,ery pleasant memories of my VI
up In nbniit twenty-five days. There ,0 "'' Paradise of tho Pacific," J
Is no biiiry. nnd tho yacht will taku Th're was a gathering of yacn
It easy on tbu oynge. Some old men at tlm Alalten street wharf 1
hundi suggested a twenty du trip many wero thu wIsIior uxpressed tl
'to captain Harris but ho did not see the sailors wnu'd ull meet ngnln sol
It Hint way. day "j
Tin: iioii.ii .mv.y
.S.iu rranclsco, .Ing up Tbeio weio about u huu
DENIALS IN CREAGER HAD j
i GORE SCANDAL' BRIBE OFFE
UTIOA, N Y Autr. 4 Vice-Pres- MUSKOGEE, Olda., Aupr. 4. Co
ident Sherman is takintr his vacation Rtcssir.an Ci eager, who followed So
in the Adrondack mountains and ator Gcie on the witness stand he
could not be i cached to secure his tcW C?ve testlm?ny further $
statement regarding the charKemadeiV0Av'nB ttnnon, whom Gore chars
k s.nin, r.nr. ..niot i.i vnth havinc offered a $50,000 bnt
with the famous McMurray contracts CreaRer testified that Hammoa n
fcr the sale of Indian lands in the fere? 1'm a int,ere5t, lil, th$ $
former Indian Territory, r.ov a part rac," l? tlle '? e ,X.the J, xi
of the State of Oklahoma. ,lan'l- if he would withdraw his
i - i Dcs.xicn to tne out atiowinp; tne
.' CURTIS DENIES IT. Itcrnejs the exorbitant fee.
Tuesdaj, July 20, 1310.
Mi W It Turlington, Htoulng Bul
letin Publishing Comp.ui). llnno
Deni Mr. r.irriugtou: "Alnhn.
Wo aie now In San rrunolsi-o, nt
tho Manx Hotel, and us ( ban these
spaie moments 1 thought I would
diop mu these few Hues to let Mu
know about our tl Ip
We nulled bsru nt 2 10 p in ulll
so fat eer ono of us s well
Wu bud a erj pleasant tilp corn-
died uml thirty pussengeis on board T0FEKA. Kan., Aup;. 4. United QpTT TrT PfT TQ
and everM.no was good to one an. States Senator Curtis, when shown OUI1. XVWJ-iJTIl lO
,,n,,.r . n,.,t iu ii,i,.v. . ,, ,,.i, me uispaicn irom DiusKocee, contain
pleasantor. 'nc the charpe of Senator Gore, made
Wo iiml'lt rather cold hero Smuo a complete den'al. Senator Curtis
of tbo girls huio been out shoppiug oeclares that the statement is with
and aio pretty tiled . ' ou' t'le slightest foundation of fact
After dinner we went around tho
principal stieets for n stroll McGUIRE DENIES IT
We expect to get oiouiid slghtsep GUTHRIE, Okla., Aupr. 4. Con.
ing loiuoiiow pressman McGuire, who is included
Will wiite more next tlmo. With in the interested dirties of Senator
"nloha," vouiH Bluceioly.
POINT SAN PEDRO, Cal.. Aur-J
The schooner James Rolph, whit
went ashore here yesterday in tl
fop;, is breaking up. The ship at
cargo will be a total loss.
185 editorial rooms 250 b
Gore's testimony, denies absolutely nets office. Thcso are tho telephi
that there Is any truth in the charge, numbers of tho o u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.-1!
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