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FIRST JUST OF
SAYS SENATOR HUGHES
? San Francisco Market Weak-
Man Who Represents Colorado In United States Senate Tells ens whra cjaw sprcokcis
Of His State's Experience In Encouraging Settlers j a l!.a
To Build Homes and Cultivate Land local stocks feeling
THREATOFWARON DEPARTMENT 0FSLELITHS HOT
1illlll IOULUTY II ID HI I 10
"Immigration is undoubtedly a success in Colorado. In a shorl tl r.c cur agricultural products have
jumped from $40,000 to $100,000,030 and our population 109 per cent. Immigra.un is building homes on
desert lands and furnishing new blood fcr the commonwealth. It is a ircat thing for Colorado, and the
State board that has been formed to assist immigiatitn is doing n groat work and will be continued,"
' (AiwkI.iU-iI I'rtHS yiililc.)
, WAUIIINCITON, IJ. U Oot. I.
Tho in t) I n ry district of lliiwiilt w.is
Ideated liciu toil ny, iic mill iik to
p una previously itiuiotinceil, mid the
' I'uw dcpaitmeiit will lit OIKC begin
nitlvlty. Tho Fcnlor.olllccr of tho
j Iztnnda lit present In 'assigned to
I lfXiilinriii-t- t riliitimtiil .n nmwmiipn.
EFFECT OF, DECLARATION! meat of u permanent cointiuinclcr for
the department lins jet been ruudc.
ON NEW GLUE
United States Senator ChnrlCB J.
IlugliC3 of Coluiudo, In the nbuvo
worda, this morning expressed Ms
.trong npprovnl of assisted lmmlgru
t Inn an curried out In lila own Stuto.
Coming Juat at this time, when the
linmlgl.itlun la uppermost In busl
nera and jmlltlcal circles of Hawaii,
and when It la being made the big
here, but hlu rcmatk. p;oved that ho haa been to heavy that I should not
knows It pietty well. the suiprltul If that Statu shows an
Discussing tho gioa; 'vorl- of im-! actual decrtaeo In population, and
Activity llurctConfinctl Mostly
to Oahu.rit Low
Sales Cvitlencc of Layer -licss
to Buy Cheap,
The above dispatch would seem to
Indicate thai Col. Walter Schuilcr.
PriCC !'"" I' Cnviilry, now at Heimlich! llur
rael.r, li In temporary command of
tho newly created department,
migration bulng curled en la Co o.
rado, the Senator bald thla morning:
"Two jcnrti "Bo tho Colorado I.cg
l'sluluie mated a State board of Im
migration, which haa taken up Ha
work In an active, public-spirited
way. Tho board la composed of men
prominent, in public-welfare move
niott have come to Colorado. How
ever, In addition, wo havo a goud
many decks and Italians, who take
up email tracts for diversified farm
lug purposes, and they, too, make
''The boaul of Immigration haa a
incuts, as well aa one woman whu te'iiud the pcop,o ale to much pleased
jpot behind them In energy and ca-'wlth IIk work thnt It wlll be un- ell-ur t:tl (T ,0WIl thu ue
Kci,t tssuo of the campaign, what
Senator Hughes haa to bay has an
Important bearing on local legisla
tion lila' pentlments, although
formed from experience on tho main-'
v i j Inndit'qro lftrKcJifajttpllcalJe' to thla
4.,-Territory. , ,: ,
Senator Hughes la a vli-ltor' In tho
iFlamls for (ho flrtt tlmp," Io ar
rhcil ycetorday morning and la
ctopplng 'at thO'Moan.l Hotel. A
man of grct, nqUlty tbrougboiit n
long and prominent public and pri
vate career, ho Is noiv recuperating
from thn 'heavy strain of tho laBt
resclon In Washington, and Ms trip
to thn Ijlands Io purely ono of
A member of tho Senatorial com
mlttcea on Immigration and on Ter
ritories, aa well aa of a number of
general committees. Senator Hughes settlers.
has been brought rathor closely In "Our Immigrants make splendid, t oic know
' '' touch with Insulnr affairs. IIo said citizens. Of rouito, niott of tliom cvtuir.oiiwcalh and that Us Interests
thin morning that ho Is not cspo- are from tho Middle State?. In fact,1 ate their Intorcsta," he. observed,
clnlly familiar with tho situation tho emigration Westward fiom Iowa t (Continued on TagO 3,
Tho war do.-lared by Claus A.,
Hprcckels on tho sugar tarltj la bo-,
ginning to ulfcct Hawaiian aug.i.'
biocKi, though the chief blow la not I
1 local, but In Sail l'lancUco. The,
HfllintttUfMliptlt fll.uln l,v- Kiir.wb.ila III
biennial appioprlatlou of 10,001), , Ban Vtaaeitw ,,,,,,,. row lllV3
nlnl II... ..mi., n iiln n Ik lilnncnil "
ago that he was going to light thu
IMoiiiiy. mis imam naa camci uto,vuuuw, "'-., ' l'incillalc prftctoiulho B.uuKr.aii.
nnd-13 carryliiR nn 'an bSleni'lve taut-, political, but iP'Miubllc anlr,nil ., ,.,,,, .v.. ...,, ... ...,.,,.
palgu of piibllqlty. and tho efTeeta lleneliU the wht.le:Stato. Ijlawall.il aeeurltlca became even
are easily apparent in tho State. "In tome respects' our situation wcakcr lhnIl U( ,1lV() bc(,M f)r Ul0
"Vaet areas have been reclaimed In Hawaii Is dlrfcreiirfrom ours, bo t f(JW which was weak
by In lg.it Ion ami tiro now aiippllng far au Colorado la concerned, there cnouB,
homes (or thouEands .of peonlo. Two Is r.u questloii of tho sue ess of tho A Iu'a, ,loUcr llag ro cVC(j n lct.
big povoriunont iccliinmtlnu pi;ijccta Immlgiatlon that la encouraged and tcp fr(m l)a af,vn(a in Sm Kruifclbco
aro In progress and many private uK.ctcd by the boud." ' In which the opch-statement la made
ones. A favmlto prlvato reclamation Senator Huglica believes In using ((iat yp.g),,;,,- attack am) tho pub-
schemo la for Immigrants to get to- care In selecting tho Immigrant!, but 11(.'jt lycn u l!V0 li(t tl0 1Mnrkct
gothor InlO'inrlctlcu' n'liil voto bemda tecs no reason why Hawaii can not . . .,. ,,, ,, .. i,.lwl..
for digging dltchea and thus irrl- upbuild IU cltlMlishlp If auch fcaro , Btocl(B liro n()t micll bKht after.
In Ucw of to many depressing
jcaukcs coming at one time, tho Ho-
not look for 't
waa buay with
gating tho land they havo taken up. Is need. He believes In encouraging
"Laud Is available both from tho tho Immigrants to become bonic-
tiiiMtf', ilrtimilti unit frniM Mm lnrire lmllilnri1 liv t?lvlnif thorn a chlllico ....
' -.... .--- -,. - ,........... - . iiuiuiti nroucra no no
owiicva, and It It cut up Into small- to take up land or to leaso It Irom general r0 from tho
cr tracts and mid to tho Incoming the go) eminent or private owners. ccg for"Bomo tn,e
"The main thine la to lot tho bet-
INSURGENTS GAIN STRENGTH
all ovER-iW Warty
IS TORN BY PROGRESSIVES -WITH
ROOSEVELT THE LEADER
(Special n tl 1 1 e 1 1 n Ci rrcciwinlriiu.'. )
WASHINGTON. I). C. Sept, IM.
Not wlihlii tho recollection of polit
ical observers hero haa tho Republi
can party been to divided anil' torn
as at the present time. Tho Insur
gents, Iojb than a car ago treated
. with (.oiitempt and sneered at, ecciu
now to bo tho dominant fa.tlon In
thn Hepuhllcau party, I'reuldcnt
William Howard Taft, the lealor of
tho party, formally lecognled their
ttrongMi when he Instructed l'rlvato
Sceiotary Norton to write a letter
to an Iowa progrcbslvo announcing
tliat heicafter, 'In mutters of Fed
eral pationago and otherwise, so-
called Insurgents and progiesslvoa
will bo fully persona grata at thu
It' Is conceded tiat tlio arilval In
this country of ox-I'rcaldcnt Itoosu
velt and tho whlilwlnd speech-iunk
ing trip, which ho took, throughout
"Mho W'prt, anil exploited tho Now
tho Supreme Court of tho United
States was decidedly allocking to
Tawney's Defeat Expected.
nu ucicai oi uopio&ciiiuuvo a as.
A. Tawucy of Minnesota, chairman
of tho Iluuto Committee on Appioprl-
attoiis, and a lieutenant of Speaker
Cannon on the lloor, was not uiilook-
ed for, Mr, Tawnoy ban had con-
eldorahlo oppi ( Itlon lu IiIk dUtrict tor
six or olght cnia. Ho entered Con.
gress In 18!)2, and for teveral years
was ictiiruod practically without op
position, hut ho loan developed eno
rules mid hu hud n hard light to
bo returned f,or his laat three terms.
About clx months bofoto Mr. Uooso
velt retired aa' President, Mr. Taw-;
ney boldlj challouged Mr.' Itooio
volt'a right to expend certain money
for Secret Sorvlce work, mid thero
by stalled an animated controversy1
with Mr. Kuuievolt, which tho latter
ii'mi'inbercd when lie mndo his
Allcijcil Jriy Riders Hit Side
walk, Break Wheel, and
I.;u,t night at 3 o'clock automobile
No. SCI, driven by Theodora Ilowmnn,
ulid carrying another man, run Into
tho curb on thu Walklkl end nC
Thomas Hipiaru mid after imiashlng
tho right fiont wheel, and breaking
thu wind shield all to piece.!, threw
tho occupatilH out on their beads.
Thn car was proceeding lowarda
Wulklk! and win noticed to bo wob-
Ing the exchange
Oaliu, but the Inol.ers nttrlbuto tho
activity merely to Its low prico and
tho deslro of biiycra to get In whllo
tho slock la cheap
It sold at a general llguro of
29.7C this morning, though the
amount that went on tho market
brought tho lafct salo down to 29. GSR,
Honokaa strengthened comt'lcrahly
and gives promlso of ro:overlng
from its rontlmicd slump. Other
stocka wero weak.
Detectives Unearth Evidence. Pi
Hiring Launch At Oakland v
For Dynamite. , i
SAN FBANCISCO. Oct. 4. What
is believed to be a clue that will
lead scon to the apprehension of the
men who wrecked the Los Angeles
Times bri'ldlng was. discovered to
day, when detectives employed on1
the caic fcund a launch, at Oakland
that is believed to have carried the
rynami'e from the town of Giant,
where the powder was made, across
the bay to San Francisco.
It was definitely established that
the launch transported men similar
to thors who purchased the explo
sive. The launch was rented durinp;
the time -thetc men were getting the
Hundreds, of detectives of nil dc-
scririYsn aro new encased in ra
nine down all kinds' of dues, most
orMhem n1!t' foolish.-- TJic inK
mense rewards offered, now'tntalint;
SI 00,000. hvc stimulated scores to
jo'n in the pursuit.
"BURNS WILL GET THEM:"
"lliirnr will get tho criminals If
anybody h"'Iho world ran get them!"
Two Alarms Turned In T''is
Morning- No Great
There wero two alarms of flro
turned In thla mornlig to the ecu
tral station. One was a still alarm
and ptotccded from the basement of
tho llarrlron block, which Is tmmo
dlatcly In front of tho lire station.
It was nt halt past ntiio o'clock that declared Rudolph Sprcckcls this
one of tho firemen noticed a lot of
smoke coming up from tho cellar be
neath the HarrlEou block. The
alarm wan at once turned In, and In
a few rerouds thu chemical engine
was on the bpot.
Tho nu- was Io atcd down among
a big pi f f old "be iks and papera
that belong to tho C.ilholl- priests,
and wh.lrh dad deou stored there for
safe keeping. A coal oil stove.
which was utcd for riimo' purpose, li
rupiKised to havo blurted tho blaze,
for when tho lire laddies battled
their way through tho donw smoke
that was-pouring out of the cellar,
tdey saw tlio stovo'blaalnpj away.
In a vcry-.Bbort time the flames
were sulytued by tho chemical, and
It was found that little damage had
licon done by tlio (Ire.
Tho cngliica were hardly hack In
the station, when another alarm was
turned In from lllvcr and IloretiTnln
streets. The brlgado gut under way
morning, discussing tho I.oa Ange
les disaetcr. Wllllim .1, Hums, fa
moils detective associated with t-'ran.
cla J, Hency and Mr. Spreqkcla him.
rclf In uncovering San rrnilc1t;cf
Is now engaged on tho Los AngclcJ
(HikcI.iI II ii I lei In iUMt.)
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 4.-
Followint is the complete list,,!
so far as known, of the' victims!
of the explosion in the Times
buildinq Here: , r
Churchill Harvcy-Eldcr ,
h. l. sawyer, . . ;
J. Wesley RcSaVbs I !
J. C. Gallihcr '
W. G. Tunstall
violin Howard ,
Grqiil Modnr- '
Dan E. Johnson
RUDOLPH SPRECKELS HERE
ON BUSINESS IS OPEN FOR
Rudolph Bprecl'cla, son of thq faip- and o.cc miiiio klud ofvdlspoaltlf
f .- j. . . i 1 1 1 l.i iir.liaitl liflfiirn 1 lliiirk rlil
oiis Clans Hpreckcla and blmseir a """ . . , f ,. ,V
... .... will ha on" tlio next WllholnilniT."
iniioiiai llguro in uiisiiiebs as wen aa . . k .f .. ,-,,
(inlckly and found that'tho nro whb( ppllt'lcj -tho latter thiimgh hlu wur'ntiro,,,!,', ffn Mr. 8prckeU 'de
on Maunakca Street, alllinugll IIIO .... o.... i,-r:inelKco,i:rart arrhed III tlaieil Hint Hie ttililen riutn eltv'Ma
alarm had been turned In froni a ,.,,,, b mC)rlln8 (or tto'kB iiioiully and icilllleilly In a. bad way.i
l.1nlr Iriurni ilnUTtl I- . 1 . ...... i ..... .. ?l
ulwtn ".! . Hiuy. iin jMruquinr, no iiiiiikr wo Mcuann:
Tho hlnzn wim In the miner Btorv tn.i. -i - i..n ..i t- i . ., m. i
...v ... .-- --, . -. - -. tvnii viihi itttut iriiu ih"i m onui ii'Kiiim in jii'i iihj ui'ii iiii -iJiriiiiiuii.
of mo Kimsiii niocK, unci w.ie rnnsi-i kp-M j,,,,,,,,.,) ( ,a ,.,i ImihIiichh nt. "I ili not rcgird McCarthy..nsj
1... n Hl.lnMn l.llniulllH iinn... f I, M If. .. .. . . . . ... 1'... .. .. .- .".
p. .. -..!. r:. i i ") " v"v uiiw-,.,K ........ .... ... rincp nu mi-ir om in mo inanii ir rer- in ma. norinraiion to cloin.
OUpitlllt UUUIl UlbfJUbCb ui, overboil. Tho liro ,was put out bo- ,i i,,P ,-?ikrift, hut nt nlno o'clock cro n his dorlaialloii to clron unlhtt
Exceptions in tho Camp
The Territorial Supreme Court
,.: ,- J , .: , .tiiia morning iiaiiiieu uown a ucci-
bllng u lot u lt.ii.td. Ita way down!
K ng hticef. Some cie-w tneases as- ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,
act tlmflho mah t tho-wheel had ! ' 'm Bl"t " Hackfel, & Co..
wiiicu wun uiuuiiia up 1IUII1 vllu V.II-
ell.lcntly had a good tlmo tomowbeio
befoia ho siiilvoV oiit.on tho run.
When tho c? jiltj tlio ;slu;uwulk', -It
broke away fiom'tbe man who waa
steering', mid then.tliern wus.n,gcn
ertil.mtiUii which Sesnlted in. the drlv-
or: iinii, .Ills "(oii'l. Iwlntf dumped !out, I promo Court first netting, iislde a dl.
Ono' man Injured his kneo, and the iccted vuitlii t for tho dofendaiit,
other Biibtaincd rcvcrnl cuts on tho Ha:kfolit it Co., and ii wf trial or-
urms, Tho tur waa (Mt In Thomas deicd,
Snuiiio for the night,-and '.hlu morn- Thu decision dvalu at length .with
cult Court on exiepUoiiH by the nt
tornejs for the complainant, Ma goon
Tho Campbell cuso haa been lu
the courtB for a long time, thu Su-
Nationalism,' gave Impetus to the
nrocrcsslvo movement. It must bo
ald, howqvor, lu thla connection
that no matter how much tlio ex-
I'ri.piileiit assisted the progressive
movomeut. In a corresponding rncas- nhitloii as to Mr. Tawney's successor
tire ho lout prestige In tho opinion', ij plmlllimii of the Houso Cumiult
ot a vast number of coiibonutlvo eo on Appioprlatlons Is rife, but It
KaBtorn uieu, heretofore hla support- teemr to bw cortuln that If the next
ers, on account of the cxtiemo rail- House of llopioenntatlvw haa n Hjj
foro any ilamago was done, and the ,u Wls iou,y ,, roiira ,inu town pcllcp force and. through It, tho city.'
big crowd that had gathered soon -..,,) ,vna will n. away with n San head of bis departments, it Is slmpll
dispersed, Chief Thurston waa mo Ki-indyw filimd Thomaa Miig'o, for fiimi onu bid mnn Jo another."
first to arrive at tho Maunakca Btrect (, hu.y miirnln?. Mr. h'prrckela Bitya that In a 'b
lire, and he soon saw that oil danger Mr Kppckeln aij;s thnt. tho two ncsa way affairs III Situ Francisco are
was over and then ordered tho on, pl'ic'p't thing! which brlus'tilm to viy bright, ,"Tdo city la'on Ita feet
glncs hacki 'tho iKlnnda nit tho ("culm? up of rpleiutblly and wil proaper undouM
rir-hop strict liiriiigh to tiuecu and ciliv," he declared. 2
tnu iiirpoKiu "i iiiu .-iprecHem vbuiiu nq nriievnx uiai 1 1 Irani jouuuon,
en runnli-m tr rt, Tleiiiihllcnti. will bo tho noxt coternor
"Tho IJhhoii Mrect nrttter la prne- of CaJIforul'i "Johnpen,. wjllt deceit id
licuiy trilled iriw. nut llicro nra ifl ." ho iii'itiliclua. "Iloth aro goodi.
flP rnnn IT! OIT cronud ilCaib, r ifcuilio my niton- men. 1m' .Ichnron is running liun ta(o'
llr I llllr flrl 1111 '"." ho miiM nt the Mourn hotel. tdli that la pormally U-Puhllnui ,v nj;t.i'l1
UI UIIUI III LUfll .morning, i'Howvcr. It la purely a imij'irjty. ho )iui IhO force pf tliofinif
1ijiiL-eiii.ii hi iiviau, an umro la no unco MirKClu le'-iuiK ocilliui nun, llnil nn.Ul
iu tho agreement iiiudo bv mo and n g"Md cnipilgiior dlmscll. Nelthety
Twenty thousand lona or ino augar coonirred In bv i. government mini Is tied un with corrupt inl
crop of Hawaii bundled by tho Sugar) "Aa to tho Punahnu pioperty, tha', facllcni, nml Ihnl'n a good tdlng."'V
I'inlniu f'tiliiii'itl V Wiirn flllll.lt fit till) I.. f.. n..t l.i.l .... .. t ....I. ...I.. 1 . . ni... l i t-t . i i AX
. It ,,,.r,,,ed a lot of attention from the iega, principle Invo.v,,, . H.o --.-- l.ir, W 7 1 iS - 2 I
TdU N ii orv mi ill 'ironortlou of iendy Io dliposo of t on mltaldo ternn town on luisliiwi. 1M
tlio total sugur ciop but tho plautatloua . ,
t.,,1, nuitnlr. l In llilu niiiniml will lmvn ' " . - .... ,
to r-Mluc.. 'their average as tho prlco HAWAII'S VOTERS ' to'--." cntlnucd Mr. McClellanl
people na they went to work grunting of n motion to hate Camp
Automobile I'ollce Olllccr Dill ('lill- hell wilimlt to a physical e:imlu.i
ton has takon tlio matler up, and liu tien at the hands of Dr. Judd. It
tpcccheB In Minnesota pre edlng tlio lg emiulrlng ln.o the smashiip, and If wis claimed that the physical exam-
pniuiir'- which it-Biiiiru in .ui. ...- iiiij oi iiiu uiuiiuiHiuB iiu.u U11.-II im- mutton to which uampiieii wua wm ,,roi)Ubly r'luntn nt -lOS for romo
noyV i feat. In adUttlon, (llnonl( Intcd Chilton will proceed In tho forced to submit was a violation of ,nio v
I'ln hot u'ro nmilo epcoches lu Mr. mutter. ,..8 .,erli0ai liberty, but this view ii'iwalhm Aeilrultuml at I'ahnhi la
the Huprcino ,iii
iT.r.vroy'a district against him. Spec
i;i:crrii. at vihi.xj tomoiit.
la not supported by
Tho much talked-of Caceiea-llcrJor
I coital will take place this evening In
(he ball room of' the Alexander
Au inttinetlve pro
to greet .thoro
leal views whUh ho expressed, with publican majority, Walter, I. Smith,! '""'? 1""'1
their poshlhlo harm to business, Mr, jf , Is lint chosen S,naU, will b ;"""" ,"""'
llodroltV,.Hl9lpbl.rl:marl', of i PaGe 3) . JmuafclK?
I lsTPM Tfl RPAtnW """', ,hc' wa"t "l0 ISHiio-i ot the cam-
"'""""" iPbikii carefully cjplftlned to them.
Tim thin, that .inirk me most lnl.l."0y.."ro "0l wPt"r enthusiastic;
nrliiillnii Hill will not likely (In- ,i. , ,i , w, ,i,in,m' ul WH ""usunuy nlieiutve ana.
'ri.nri whti-li holds that tho defend- ui. iiu ei-cm mi mii tutu next idnnih. - u-m- n.i. i.' .i..1),llt,v know wlie.il telling iMiintj are'
-' n, .iict.iiilinii inn nii'llliiiK, l ui" tn.,lf
nut lost any iiguia no inigui navu xti" lU'inintlou was lorecil hi anir cine with which tho an Helices nrai
had In refusing to submit to n phyv down In the midst of the season owing iiKtciiln. In Ihn mimical lies." "''"r H'lu rciron, Jicrauso they wll
leal condition by the inctlindH ( n rbortiigo of water. Kuhlo'a rocrettry ha ro'nrned frmi'cn'",,'"'r n,u' "ct 't tho advice, pt,
. .. . -I l.l.a C . m. . I. .. ... ..... -1 Pi-Ill Fl I.I.. Bl.nA !..... 1 ll.lnt. Vl . T 1 3
nilnptcu in mo pioFcciiuou 01 in - k tnp , navu with tho delegate " " ""i". "ii"'.",-
u ism iiiwiiyniNiia pni.ji.iii ,, ,.,.. ,,.,, n,i. .. ,... ,rnnt pmuinin cniiipaigu win uo'.enec
i faith to tho man with a big din-
lVfckl) llnllvUM1 'tr j car. mond pin.
viiiiioh rocrenrv na ro'iirneii from)""'""' " "' "" '
da trip to 1 1.1 -ill with tho ilcleBntojrcaronn,,Ic- "leakers. 1 I
tiid says the oiillurk la rosy from l,,"1,u'on cnnipalgn will
llfpuhllcun standpoint. I . - ,
"Tliu otcr this lliuo "r lUtonlug'., tW-OUtLETIN AD8 PA..Y;
v;: " '
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