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EVENING IlllM.ETlN, HONOIUMT, T II, WEDNESDAY, OCT fi, 1010
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made chnliman. Mr. Smith linn al
ready been renominated,
Reprcscntfitlvo iloutell of Illinois,
another regulnr of regulars, was also
defeated In the primaries for rcnom-'
Inntloiii Mr.' iloutell, however, bris'
nnnouneod , Hut ho lll run ns an
Mri'ne's Action a Shock.
Maine g6lng Democratic was n
distinct slio'k to the) Republican
loaders, hut thn claim Is made tlrati
this wren not due so much to tho
movement of prngresslvclsm ns to
the prohibition question. For many'
years, tho prohibition law of Maine
has been a standing Joke. It has
even boen claimed that there has
been more drunkenness In Maine'
since the enactment of the law than
when liquor una legally sold. At
(ho recent lirlmnrlcrf members of tho
Legislature were elected who wore'
pledged to repeal tho law.
Diincnn E. McKlnlay, of tho Sec
ond California District, a regular,
wen defeated for reunnilnatlon by
William Kent, who mndo his cam
paign ngaiust McKlnlay on n clean,
cut progressive platform.
There nro thirty Heptibllrnn pro
gresslvos In tho present Home. Tho
leaders of this fnrtlon confidently bo
lleve that, whether the Republicans
win or lose thU fall, their number
will be Increased to fifty, and possi
Ambitious Republicans who ex
pect to be returned to tho Sixty
se.ond Congress nro lajlng their
plans to succeed Joseph 0. Cmnoii
as Rneaker of tho House, it Is known
of nil nion that, whatever tho ro-j
Kllll 111 lilt .lVmiC BIVIIIUIID, .....
Cannon Is rervlng his laBt term ni
SpeaUor. Ills present struggle Is
merely to save his face.
Speakership Fight Coming.
Recent developments mnko certain
that tho fight for tho Republican
leadership of tho Ilouso In the Six
ty-second Congress will 'lie begun Im
mediately after tho November efec-
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llenim will. It will he a contest for
the Speaksrshlp. If tho Republi
cans lose, it will bo a fight for tho
place ns minority leader. In any
event, Mr. Cannon Is doomed to de
feat. A considerable clement of his
party In tho House, has arraed lt-1
self against hint, nnd tho DinvlUe
Warrior realizes that he can no
Inncer count on tho support of tho
Taft administration. This Is made
plain In dispatches from Ilevcrly.
When tho lnwmnkers loft Wash
ington In Juno, cloakroom gossip
was busy with tho names of n num
ber of Republicans who, it wns
agreed, would bo available In the
event of their roeleitlon ns compro.
mlso candidates for tho Speaker
ship. Among tho men mentioned In
this connection were sereno l...
Pnjno of New York, Marlln E. 01
sted of Pennsjlvnpjn, Wnlter I.
Smith of lown nnd James A. Tnvv
ney of Minnesota. Of tho four men
mentioned, Smith was looked upon
as the favorite, tlut Smith has re
ccntly mado a break which has
aroused the Iro of the menus oi
Uncle Joe. In n recent public state
ment, Mr. Smith made It known that
ho wns opposed to the reelection of
Mr. Cannon as Speaker. This will
bo remembered by tho Cannon in
lluenco when tho time comes to nonv
Inate either n candidate for tho
Speakership or tho Republican lead
er, ns tho caso may be made up by
tho elc torate in tho November elec
Pnvne Has Small Chance.
Representative Pajno Is chairman
of tho Committee on Wns nnd
Means, nnd his name Is Identified
with tho now tnrlff law. Tor many
j ears ho was unpopular with tho
Ilouso membership, but obtained
rome measure of popularity with his
Republican colleagues during the
consideration of the tariff bill.
While Cannon nnd Payne operated
In the tnmo ramp during tho stormy
dnjs thut marked tho light over tho
mint,. these two leaders ore no
longer friends. Pnyno will bo a call'
dldato for tho Speakership, bit ho
may be unable to get his delegation
from New York. In this event ho
will stand no chanco for tho honor.
Representative, Olmsted Is a regu
lar. He is n man of wide exporl
e'lce. a fcHlful parliamentarian, nnd
In his dealings with the progress
ives has won their confidence nnd
lespect by his fairness. When the
llurletou resolution, proposing to do
claie tho Speaker's teat vacant, wns
defeated, us n climax to the light
over the Miles during tho laBt ses
sion, a good deal of relief was ox
pressed by many Republicans. It
beemnl to be the general opinion
nmoiig them thnt If Mr. Cannon ha I
beon deposed tho party would have
been plunged Into n prolonged light
oviir tho election of his successor.
Representative D.ivls of Minnesota,
one of tho leadors In the light
against the rules, did not share this
view. He Bald: "We could havo
elected a Speaker in a very Bhort
tlmo." When asked whom he would
mrsReet among llio rvgulnis at n
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Wegive you a pretty patternand put lots of style in your
comprotnlso candidate, ho mld.l
"Why, thcro Is Olmsted of Pennsyl
vania. He is n good, squaro man J
As wo could not hope to put one of
our own number In tho ihnlr, I nm'
of the opinion that vvp could havo
coinproniiheu on uimsieu. '
A dark horse may run nway with
the prize. Sould the Republicans
be unnblo to decide uion nny of
those already mentioned, MrCill of
Mnsstchusetts, Malby of Now York,
Mnnn of Illinois or Stevens of Min
nesota would undoubtedly be given
New York Situated Mixed.
Tho situation In Now York Is
complicating matters also.
Ux-Prcsldent Roosevelt desired (to
bo rhalrman of the Republican Stnte
convention in New York and to dlc
tnto tho nominations nnd tho pint
form. Ho felt rnnfldcnt that he
would be chosen, but his political
enemies tricked him. While .Mr.
Roosevelt wns feeling securo In tho
belief that he would be elected for
chnlrmnn, the name of Vlce-Presl-
dont Sherman wuh sprung unoxpect
cdly, nnd under circumstances which
made It nppear that Mr. Sherman
was the personal choice of President
Taft. Mr. Roosevelt's enemies lind
nnvns8cd tho commltteo nnd were
assured of enough votes to elect Mr. I
Sherman before his name was
Dit.iitii. TIia tlnfant rt Mr flrn.A.I
velt for tho chairmanship created a
penBatlon. Tho ox-President prompt
ly announced that ho would carry
tho fight Into the Stato convention,
Under the rules which govern po
litical conventions, tho central io
lltlcal committee, or party organiza
tion, solects the officers of tho con
vention. The organization recom
mends certain olllcers, nnd usually
the rtfommendatlons of tho commit
tee nro accepted without question.
Thoro have been exceptions to tho
rule, In thn Chicago Democinlle
nntlonnl convention ot 189C, tho
cholco of tho committee for chnlr
mnn wns set nsldo by tho dolegntes
to tho convention. In thnt car tho
money question was ncute, nnd the
c liver men who dominated tho con
vention objected to allowing the
gold men to nnme the chnlrmnn. Tho
gold men dominated the committee,
hut tho Bllvnr men wero In n ma
jority In tho convention. There
foro, when tho committee recom
mended ex-Senator Dayld It. II 1 11 of
Now Voik for chnlrmnn, tho conven
tion set nsldo the rholce nnd elected
tho lato Senator Daniel of Virginia
JOHN K. MONK
A man never loses nnvthlpn by
fnstonlng n muzzle on his tlmpor.
I a IWwrwl Vl
you a perfect
Wilhclminn Comes to Dock
Before Seven 0'Clock
Ilrlnglng a cargo of M00 tons, tho
largest ever brought to this port by
tho ship. If not tlm lurgcst by nny reg
ular liner, tho Wllliilmliu arrived olf
port mrly nnd Was fast to tho dock
at fi.-iu thin morning,
Resides her large cargo tho Wll
hclmlna brought 112 pnsserigcrs In
cabin nnd steerage. CO wuks of mall
nnd S3 pneknges of Wolls I'm go Im
press. Dr. Marshall ot the quarnutlno aer
vlco uicompaulud by his wlfo and
child were piMsengers on tho Wllhul
mlnu and thu doctor guv a tho vessel
urutlnuo so no stop outside wns made.
Tho whlstlo on shoro gave tho ens
lomarj tin eo blasts before, u quarter
to six this morning, notifying every
one that tho iMiiImii bunt was up
pronchlngnnd it wan but live mltmtci
after six that the vessel Htuik her
unso into the enhance of thu ilmnnd
and moved forward toward tho Inner
As tho iiiilval was n llttlo earlier
than expected tho customs Inspoctnis
('Id not go out to board tho ship, and
ro one from Honolulu, reached thu
dock until ths gangway wns in place
from the Mutton dock,
l.'arly ns thu hour was tho decks of
tho llnur worn crowded with p.ist,cn
gers as roon ns port wu3 reached mil
when tho, gangway wns in place all
came off In n hurry to bit on shoro,
Rudolph Sprockola bndig thu first pas
senger to step on tho dock from the
All th trip down from San Trail
Cisco was pleasant though it hvnv)
swell was i mining nearly tho cntlrq
dtstiinio. The ship Failed fiom thu
const port on Wednesduy last at
Although tho passenger list of tho
Wllhelmlnu was not ns largo ns on
the previous tilp, the vessel brought
a largo number, many of whom wero
Hoiioluliinus n turning from visits to
Rudolph Sprcckels conies down to
look Into the truiiBfer of property
wanted for the extension of Dlshop
Manager J. N S Williams of Kit
hiilul rnllioad letumed froiu the
coast luiuiiup.iiiltil by his family, mid
fit in your suit
II. I). Tenncy nnd Mrs. Toupey wero
II, M Coke of Maui relumeii front a
trip to tho mainland nnd P. (,', Ather
ton of lliu Sugar I'liUurs Company,
with Mrs. Atherion, returned to Ho
nolulu. O I), Wright or VoU.ipo Stable-i nnd
Colonel Spalding, preildunt of Makeo
Sugar Cum pan v, eamu on the Wilhel
iiilna. ns did (I M. Ilotph mid Mrs
Rolph. Roscoi) Perkins r.iino buck
from u month's visit on tho mainland,
bringing it prl.o Doston bull terrier
Fifteen of thu pnssenierH of the
Wllhelmlnu nro bound fur Hllo nnd
will continue on tho vessel to that
There have been some changes In
tho olllcers of tho vessel hIiicu her
Inst trip. Third Mule IMvvurds having
beon promoted lo fccoihI mate, and a
n uw third mate, Plshcr, being signed
on nt Kan I'r.inclsco. Portlier Second
Mate Cabling of tho Wilhelmlmi has
gone on the Illlonlnn at Ilrst male. .
After discharging hor cargo for Ho
nolulu the Wllholmlnn will sail foi
Hllo to discharge cargo and passen
gers, and will sail for the coast on
(Continued from Pace 1
Turning from State to national at.
fairs. Senator ilughea comments
hrleil) on thu prugress of Insur
fcenc Ho Is too good n Democrat
not lo leiniirk that the InsurgonU
uro using home of Hie Democratic
"Ro far as I can sco, the Insur
gents nro bringing up what the Dem
oir.its havo beon argiilng''for sears,"
ho saB, "1 do not hellevo In Dem-
oernts voting with tho Insurgents to
down the old-lino Republicans, as
apparently has been dnno in many
Stales. Thu party with mo Is a
Senator Hughes sas he has mndo
no plans for a visit here, other thnn
tho ones necessary to got here. He
speuks well of Hawaii a stnudlng be
fore Congress and sajs that Delegnto
Kuhln has done good work.
"II uvall has been generously
tnkon rare of by tho nntlonnl gov
ernment nnd there Is no reason why
thnt care should not bo continued.
Certulnl). tho Islands should ho well
taken cure of from a military tt mid
The Senator, while a louiparatlvo
j ...Vf u
vrrx V y
suit and give
' ,1 v.'
new corner In the linlls of Congress,!
has already attained m,ucji dlstlnc-
tlun thoro, Ho wns elccled .to sue-1
cced Henry M. Teller, nnd"Uie elec-3
Hon wns fcomuwhat remarkable. In-
aBjuuch ns he had previously turnodt
down two Democratic uomlnntlnirkj
for (lovcrnor nnd in l ho Coloradol
Legislature of 11)01) ho revived the
unanimous voto of tho Democrntloj
Senators nnd Representatives, 7.1 out?
of n totul membership of 100. Ho lj
a lawyer of national reputation, andj
while generally engaged In pruetiso
has given special attention to min
ing nnd Irrigation legislation. He;
elites his duties InhU profession, ha
Is n widely-known lecturer, and fotj
eani Iisb lectured Mn mining law
nt tho University of Denver. He
wan born In Missouri In 1SS3,
On his trip to Hawaii he Is ne-l
com pan led by a sarr, (leruld Mil
Hughes, nnd tho.on'-,wlfe.
Sorrol horse with one whlto foot,1
nlso white spot on forehead; mahejj
clipped. Should Judge the nnlr
mnl nliout 12 ears old. Ownerll
i an havo animal on-proving hlmti
nnd paying expenses. 1 K, HaloyI
Maunawal, Oahu. 4740-3tfl
Mrs. M. V. Sloan's, dressmaking par.J
tors nro now located at GQ-G)
Alexander Young building.
Board of Public Lands. :
Notice is heroby given that tho
following proposed land, transactional
nre before this board for consldern
lion. Alt persons desiring to object
because the lnnd should bohomoJ
steaded or otherwlso are requested toi
present such objections to tills hoard
In writing or In person", on Wcdnes!
day, November 30, at 2 p. m., at
Executive Rulldlng, T. H.:
Sale ot lots at auction, without
rostri .tious, for summor homes, ctc.Vj
on Volcano-road, Olau, at 2S and 2UI
Applicant P. C. Reamer, O.
Desha Sr, and 27 others.
(Signed) a. V, HROWN.
Secretary of Hoard of 1'ubllo Landuj
4740Oyt. 4. llt W,hl; Nov.' l,ff
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