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HELP THE EARTH
-V NO THE
EARTH WILLHELP YOU
We mnko fertilizer for every product
and put oil tfaa market only what bat
been proven of ronl value. Lot us
know tho purpose for which you wnnt
oil helps and we will supply you.
Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Go
Honolulu, II. T.
Tho Famous Tourist Route of tho
In Connection With the
tralinn Steamship Lino Tickets
TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED
STATES AND CANADA, VIA
VICTORIA and VANCOUVER
BANFF, GLAICER, MT. STEPHENS
AND FRASER CANYON
EMPRESS LINE OF STEAMERS
Tickets to All Points in Japan, China,
India and Around the World.
I"or Tickets and cencral information
THEO. H. DAV1ES&GQ.. LTD
Agonts S. S. Line.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Honolulu T. H.
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilcox Boilers.
Green's Fuel Economizer.
Marsh Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co..
Planters' Lino Shipping Co.
Kolmla Sugar Oo.
Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws ot rtho
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $600,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ... 157,692.02
O. H. Cooke President
E. D. Tenney Vice-President
F. B. Damon Cashier
O. G. Fuller. .... ....Assistant Cnshier
DIRECTORS: C. H. Cooke, E. D.
Tenney, A. Lewis, Jr., E. 2 Bishop,
F. W. Macfarlane, J. A. McOandless,
C. H. Atherton, Geo. R. Carter, P. B.
Damon, F. C. Atherton, R. A. Cooke.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE-
Strict attention givea to all branches
JUDD BLDG., FORT T.
Castie & Cooke CoM Ltd
Life and Fire
General Iwurranco Agents, representing
New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Boston.
Aetna Fire Insurance Co.
We have just accepted the Agency
Tho Protector Underwriters of. tho
Phoenix of Hartford.
Theso aro also among: the Boll or
Honor In 8 an Francisco.
ARE NOW LEFT
With tho exception of seventeen Russians
who arriveil by tho f'hiyo Mnrii,
there nre no immigrants at the territorial
station awaiting transfer to plantations
of the lidniulii. These KiiuhIiiiih
will bu sent out Friday mid then tlio
station will ln clear until another
Imtcli of Hiissinns come rum
All of llio Spaniards vOio mixed tlio
(rouble ubnut being nenl lo pliiiitnUoii
llllUI'lu of Mlllll liUVO )"W gulltf, the
lust living unit iiwny by tlip utenmurn
lenvliitf for Jltomll yoiiriny, Olio
alone reniiilm'd und ivnrn unit In
Wuiiiluu, I his beiuu iu urvuMUt ul iuu
lllniM of u simill rlillii wlio liuil In Iiuvh
hixipiiul uiieuliun ul utit'i),
TO CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Tpku UaxnWva Hrwno yuiulnu
ThIiIoU. All ilriiiijiiu itifuml
tlm inunoy if it fail iu turu,
V. W Qwvu'6 jjIIKlMIP t Oil
tm 1 1 buK
tlMIU'lU Ml ., H
CAPTAIN BERGER CARRIES HAWAII' GIFTS FOR
(rom Wnlno'iUy Adt miner.
IVr KaImt WllhMm II. in mrr ot
llrtr KnpidlitielM! IVfrgrT. n msgHifl
rlit pnnomm photograph of the Homo
lulu harbor and w.itrrfront gw from
Honolulu today. The photograph, otu1
of It. K. Honlne's lint, taken at n'
time when the harbor wns (II I oil with
the armored cruisers of the American
Pacific Meet, is blng tent to Ills Gorman
Mnjutty bv the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, with the best wishes of tho
Ul.inds tlmt have been served so faithfully
nnd to long by one of Germany's
sons, n man sent to Hawaii by ono of
tho Kaiser's famous foreboars, tho flrst
of the Ilohonrxillcrns.
Inasmuch .is the Knlfcr Is an enthusiastic
amateur photographer, It is
honed that the panorama of Honolulu
will be of more than casual interest
to him, typifying, as it does, almost
tho ndnnce line of photography In
America. The photograph is six feet
"I do not know whether it will bo
permitted wo to have an audlonco with
tho Raiser," said Hcrr Herder, whoa
asked if he would bear tho photograph
"THE ORACLE OF
MN FASH ON n
SUCH WAS THE TITLE WON BY
FIRST WIFE OF THE LATE
"The Oracle of Roman Fashion" is
what The Echo, a lending German publication,
calls the late Signora Sabroro,
once the wife of the notorious "Bob"
Wilcox of Honolulu, whose life story
tho German publication roviews in a
recent issue. The following is a translation
made for TTic Advertiser by a
leading German resident of the city;
"Fashionable young Ronio is mourning
over a severe loss; its guide, its
counsellor, its or.iclc of fashion and of
good form has been culled away by
death into that land where no one has
to worry over dress, ties and conventionalities
of society. The Oraclo of
Fashion of the Romans was an unusually
clover nnd ingenious journalist,
Signora Sabroro, who wrote under tho
nom do plume "Mantea" and who for
years inllucnced Roman social conventions.
"She was the High Priestess of the
complicated secrets of modorn life, tlio
teacher and master of good manners,
a woman of exceptional knowledge and
uncommon good taste. She" taught the
jeuuesbe dorec to tie their senrfs, and
aspiring young ladies, who wore dreaming
of an introduction nt court, took
lesfons from Muntea in carriage and
behavior demanded on tho mlrrorliko
inlaid floors at court, in dressing the'r
hair and wearing their clothes, so that
they might move vnth credit in this
circle of beauty.
"One of the best known works of
Mantca is her modernization, of the
'Handbook for Courtiers,' written by
della Casa during the sixteenth century,
and adapted by her to our modern
times. This book can now bo found in
the hands of every Roman dandy and
every Roman belle.
"Mrs. Sabrero could look back upon
a most romantic past. She was tlio
daughter of a Picdmoutese officer,
.ed in Turin and fell In lovo with n
foreigner, who claimed a high position,
many titles and large areas of real
property in Hojioluhi. Tho young student
was fascinated, mnTried him and
discovered too Into that she had been
the prey of an adventurer. When sho
accompanied her husband to Honolulu,
sha found that the reputation ho boro
in his home town wat not of tho best
and that he hnd earned his father, a
poor carpenter, many an unhappy hour.
Soon her hutband beir.ui to illtreat her
nnd her little daughter, who had arrived
meanwhile and tho poor deceived
woman made her etcapo to San
Francisco, whence she finally returned
to Italy, where she secured a divorce
from her husband after a long hut successful
COMING UN SIBERIA
To start the trade and demand ut
borne, there arc now on the way from
Now York ten thousand cigars mndo of
clear Hawaiian tobacco wlilch will arrive
by the Siberia Friday, .lured G.
Smith intends to put tbctio cignrs on
tho market here nnd to keep a supply
of them always before the buying public
in the Territory, In "this way ho
expects to create a largo demand, rather
than try to make a market in New York
which could not be supplied by the
present growth of tobacco once thu cigars
took hold iu good tdmpc.
Plenty of cigar makers iu New York
spoke highly of the Hawaiian leaf, according
to Mr. Smith, 1 ut they could
not tiiko it at whnt it in worth owing
to its being unknown nnd requiring n
lot of ndvcrtlnlug to imt it properly
(ho tobacco miiokiug public.
TORNADO WIPES OUT
TUUA, Ukliihoum, Muy M, hla
i....L ... 1 ...-!. ..r il.l. a
lUIMl UIIKU iniWI UUIIH Ul tbU town,
Ihim Ih'ihi in out by h IomihiId, wlituli
kiimu uin tun injured wuwy,
Tlu'in Mil) im mi tubibjiluti ut
nnd i4ulril woik ( llty
Hi'Um'l for Ultl Ksltinliy
nfliiiHUi'ii, J mm I, 'Mi llim lu IIvb,
I'd aluMUM mill ! puunli ami vk
fur Im Imw ul I Mr irl mm, A
lurtJUJ Itivluiiin Iu hHjmmI IU
ItiMlloh If mIfkIhi! Iu mi! HIW IH
HAWAIIAN CJAmr lmY.
to Unlm for the promotion ruin in it lev,
"hnl 1 am null Mtt tint 1 oan gun.
rite thnt the Kler wi'.l ,rt th pin
tare. 1 will deliver it iwnontiily. II
Other VIows to do.
In mlilltlotr to tho panorama photo-
"I The Advertiser, for me,
would express my aloha and thanks to
tho people uf Honolulu for tho vory
great kindness shown mo on tio
of my fortieth year of service
as leader of tho Hawaiian baud and
on tho ovo of my departure for Germany,"
nsked Captain nerger InSt
night, pausing In his work of packing
up for his trip to llorlln lung enough
to call nt Tho Advortior olllce with his
lOF ALL THE ACTING GOVERNOR'S
THAT Of GIRL 5. GIHLSH1TH OF HILO IS
This hair raising ejaculation emanated
yesterday afternoon from tho executive
chamber in tho cnpitol and was
ollowed by an almost equally ex
A moment afterwards Privato Secretary
Courtenny issued from tho chamber
looking grim nnd determined ns if
ho had 'accomplished an almost forlorn
hope nnd he boro in his hand a big
loll of imposing looking pnrchment
with n ribbon wrapped twico about it.
"I did it, anyhow," ho muttered,
spreading the bundlo out on his desk
j for a final optical caress and taking in
I the neat inter-typed words which in-!
formed those who might seo these pres
ents thnt with the mercy of an
Constitution, aided and nbctted by tho
Organic Act (or words to that efTect),
that this was a certified copy to tho
official proclamation which changed tho
linmo of Cnrl S. Smith of Hilo to Carl
S. CaTlsmith, of tho same town. Having
decided that all commas, periods
and cxclnmation marks ns required by
statute had been inserted and that
there was no possibility of it being
thrown out ot. court, he ngnin wrapped
it up and handed it to the messenger
to mail. Ho then sat down to his
briskv typewriter nnd with a grimncss
.no wlut Jess than that which hnd prev
iously appeared upon his faco ho WToto
out another document to exactly the
When Governor Frear loft behind
him tho palmlcss shores of Makapuu
point nnd proceeded towards tho Golden
Gate it was in full possession of tho
fact that when a man changes his name
FOR BISHOP STREET
(From Wednesday's Advertiser.)
The compromise prices which tho Territory
is willing to pay for property
which must bo condemned beforo the
proposed extension of Bishop street can
be enrried out were rnado public yesterday
and while they represent much
dickering nnd cogitation it is said that
in few cases are the property holders
willing to accept tho Territory's figures.
Tho offers wcro ecnt out from
Superintendent of Public Works Camp-hell's
office May 24, bat -there have
been no encouraging resultB nnd it was
Htntcd in the attorney general's office
yesterday that tho only mensuro which
could bo adopted now would be ono of
condemnation and thnt a committee
will probably l;o appointed to appraise
tho valuo of the properties uftcr which
tho Territory will take them at tho figures
which the committee settles upon.
Tlin following aro tho amounts which
tho Territory was wiliing to pay and
which for tho most part aro unsatisfactory
to tlio property holders:
.lames Stciucr, $1223.
John Buckley, cure Holmes, Stanley
& Olson, $00,000.
Mystic Lodge, K. P., $18,000.
Mrs. Mnrgaret l Morgan, $1(5,000,
Kirst National Hank, .800.0'J.
William Woltors, :i5u2.f(0,
Pacific Club, $1 for damages to prop.
Charles Jirowcr Estate, ff.0300.
Hlmpsoii Docker, $0ll'2. Territory
waives ellilm for betterment.
Mm, K, J. MoiiHurrut;, $1000 for life
Mm, Mary II. Wiillnr, $17(18,
Hlatum of thu Biicrixl llimrU, 41, for
Mm. Nettii) 1'. I'lulier, tl8.
Itniimii Ciitliollu MUkIiiii, 1 for
8TAKB AND HTUIPKH
MUfM JJIMD PARAPHS
NIM'n'U, Muy onliumio
prttlijUiiwjf ib imrryiuji ul y lluwn
utlr ilmu IIhw riw$ului by lb"
UwJUd MiUM ipviumiu wm pmI
by ilif lly vuuuvil lodity, Tt urJiii
U'H jiluUiln llil tlm Mliir gild
ttlrlptw, unfiiiliiil ttuii uitiuturui uui li
lku fttui by ilttytU iiith,
mui Itwi) U wr44H, Urnum 4
Mibliui ul uinitulMtlwMi mr U mr
Mvv M VI? ! MI W1IKLV
.tiij which the teteinn limdmiialer
will nmlertnke ti deliver at the Itotiti
slil. In Her II H, lie will entry n port
''ho at itftwnluii ilmi pratented to
h m ly the promotion committee, eon
taming upwnril of sexentv (if llnnine'n
heM llnml subject" "Then phnlo
OF DEPARTURE FOR BERLIN
I fnrewoll messngo to all lilt Honolulu
j "I do not wnnt to say goodbye," ho
said, "but 'nitfwlcdorsohn,' and to ask
the good folks horo to extend some
of the aloha they linvo given mo t tho
band during my absence. ' '
Captain Hcrgcr will act as Tlio Ad-
jvortlsor's special Berlin correspondent
i during his stay abroad. ' ' I have read
The Advertiser for forty jenrs now,"
says the veteran musician, "and I will
V.ink for it whilo I am abroad."
all public documents of which he might
bo n signer must have attached to them
a certified copy of tho change. Hut
it wns with an equnlly profound ignorance
of tho fact that this important
ohangc hnd been effected in the landscape
of Hilo thai Sccrctarv Mott-
Smith assumed duties of tho ncting
Upon tnking his scat in tho executive
chamber and calling for the memo book
he was first accosted by his gontlemnnly
nnd unobtrusive secretary who, pushing
a broad sheet of parchment boforo
him, designated a certain spot upon It
"Sign here,' please, The First National
Rank of Squedunkport, in which
Jfr. Cnrl S. Cnrlsmith of Hilo hns a
small deposit, requires a certified copy
of tho chnngo in his name. Thnnk
And gazing upon tho extra fanciful
chirographic specimen which designated
Mr. Mott-Smith's first ofllciapnct,
lm passed out. But, alas, ,-just nbout
this time tho first national banks, and
tho second national banks nnd tho othor
banks throughout tho country as well
na othor Institutions who do business
with Mr. Cnrlsmith began to clamor
for oliicial explanations. Within a
week Mr. Mott-Sinith's hair was standing
straighter up nnd Ids signnturo wns
slanting further over and his profanity
gradually roso from plain mush to tho
expressive buckwheats of yesterday.
This was occasioned by no less n
fact thnt following the
jubilation Monday over tho
completion of tho deal for tho land
for the nilo wharf in which Mr. Carl-smith
was tho other party, tho privato
secretary yesterday presented to him
a parchment which was to nssuro nil
future Generations that tho name
which 'Mr. Cnrlsmith appended to tho
wharf agreement was a tmo an! certified
copy of tho proclamation on filo
in tho Governor's office.
ried when they benr letters signifying
what organisations they
Tho ordinnnco was tho outcome of
tho flag disturbance during tho Mny
day parade of the socialists and Industrial
Workers of tho World, nnd is
at tho red flag. Two councilman op-posed
tho mensuTe, holding that it
would tend to foster discontent.
Uching, Burning Eruption from
HcaJlo Foot Doctor Gave Her
Dp Entirely First Application of
Cuticura Brought Rel ief and Sleep.
EFFECT PERFECT CURE
'Four years ago I suffered severely
with a terrible eczema, being a mass of
sores irom neaa to teec
nnd for six weeks confined
to my bed. During
that time 1 suffered
continual torturn from
Ucliine nnd burning.
After belngrfven up by
my doctor I was
to try tho
tho first bath with
Soap and application
of Cuticura Ointment
I enlovnd tho first
good sleep during my entlro illness, I
also used Cuticura Resolvent and tho
treatment wo continued for about threo
wecki. At tho end of that time I was
able to bo about tho house, entirely
cured, nnd linvo felt no ill effects slnco,
I would ndvlno any pernon sufTerlng
from any form of skin trouble to try tlio
Cuticura lluiiui m I knnw wlmt they
did for mo, Mrs. F.dwnnl Kenning, 1112
Hnllna St., Wntertown, N, Y., April U,
Soothing, Cooling, Refrcclilug
for Tender SWiiu,
IIwoihii nf IU (li'lloalu, nmnlllont.
sanslivii, iintiteptio iriuiti4 iliirivml
friiin Oiniiiiiiii, iiiillixl will) tlin iiurMt
of wiiMiiiniiwMK ingrwlluiiu unit inwt
SuiimIihik f II 'rvur imIhu. CiiIiwiih
L.JJII1 U liriliVMlh.J I I I 1. UmillU
Inn tnd iiurlfyiiiK Dm aitin. wwla, lialr
and Imiijja, f .r ilmiu'lling iitiint(
tlVII HI1U IIIIIHIIIIIUtll'MI HUM IHIIVWIMIIK
I'lumnit I il hiiu, Dm mulmul iiwny
linKumu Uvm nriiiMim, All lu
LltliM m u timr kbiit, i It, wlutu IiuimU,
(i uukn, fh ! mm li mid livn, glny
bail. wlJf flu I h.h rutiMiiitiiair(illiA
HUM) 8IIt'Ui .i
rwiw nn '! i dMUMM INtllMHM lW I
graph, hlrh Mr. Unnme nnrhei! nil
tny ywlerdiiy to print and fix, nre of
plnee ni'.1 people nil over the Ten I
tory, n'lrrled with view of Riving
Mr. Herner n little of everything in
order tlmt lie inty prrxlnee phnlogrn
phir eviileiiee nt any tilno lo back up
.my of the ninny things ho Is supposed
to "he ready to toll concerning Hawaii.
The industries, tho sports, tin scenic
beauties, the gloiles of Kllmiea and
Ilnlcmniiiimti, the busiiioM of Honolulu
tml the beuutr of Hnwallnn women aro
all hinted at in the series prepared.
Thee photographs are In the leather
part folio, Kingly, in order that ns many
as halt a hundred people mny bo ablo
to look them over at the same time,
an impossibility if the prints woro pat
up in book form. Tlio leather portfolio
which holds tho prints has printed
upon it tbiss
"Presented to Captain H. Herger by
tlio Hawaii Promotion Committee."
Mr. llorgor is now prepared nt all
points to bo a traveling bureau of the
committee there is no doubt in
tho minds of his friunda thnt ho will
sing tlio praises of tho land of his
adoption wherever ho may travel In
the land of his birth.
RECORDS SHOW THAT COTTAGES
SPRINGING UP IN PLAOE OF
..llnsing his prediction on tho hf
sumption that tho present building law
is continued in force, I'resident I'rntt
of thu board of health yesterday declared
that tho tenement will bo but
a shndo nnd memory In tho Honolulu
of tho future Tho permit records for
tho Inst six months point jn n most emphatic
way to tho absolute
of theso hovels from tlio city and
th'oir rcplncing by individual cottages.
Not a singlo tenomont has been con
structed slnco tho law wont into effect
but for tho thirty days ending last
Monday, pormits had been tnkon out
for individunl cottages to
cost on the nvorago $n3, npioco and it
is n notable fact that ninety por cent
of theso permits wore taken out by the
largest tenement landlords in tho city
With but two oxceptions, all tl.e up
plicants woro Chinese, those two being
a Hawaiian and n Japanese. Tho total
estimated cost of tho cottages
wns $10,7000 and tho only place
iu which tho word tenement appeared
in tho months' Tccoras wns whero one
owner had applied for a permit for repairs.
Tho cottages constructed have
Auld's lane, 8 eottnges nt $010.
Fort street extension, 2 cottages at
Kukui street, 4 nt $-l."0.
Kukul street, 4 at $5000.
Kukui street, 3 nt $500.
Palatini, C at $140.
Frog lane, 3 at $700.
Morris lano, 4 nt $400.
Oahu lane, Kniniuki, 3 at $300.
Punchbowl, 0 at $050.
Added to these mny bo cightoon inon
that uro to bo erected at Moillili, tin
application for the permit for which
was presonted at tho board of health
mis, nowovcr, only presents ono
phase of tho building activity which
has suddenly struck Honolulu with ov
cry evidence of boins hero to stay. Tho
assuranco that tho tenement shacks aro
barred from tho city and tlmt thoro will
oo no more or these eyesores ercctel
to lower realty values throughout thr
city has been followed by tho erection
of better homes everywhere, ranging
irom if ibuu to ipuuuo. ur tneso, pormiti
for woro granted during
thirty days mentioned and as nn
nounccd in Tho Advortisor previous
tho pormits for Inst month ran to $450
000 or, flKurine on the boom continuing
$5,000,000, worth of homo construction
a year in tlio city alono.
(Mail Special to Tho Advortisor.)
HILO, May 27. At Paauilo, llama-
kuu, there passed away nn old
resident of tho district. Josonh ,T,
Horner, sixty-two years of ago and for
years in tho group, died
a peaceful death.
Tho Into Mr, Horner was ono of tho
fuiiilly that hns for venrs
been settled on tho Hiimakua coast. Ho
wns connected with Kulcaluu (limitation
for many years, and was well liked by
all thoso who know Mm,
Joseph ,1. lfiirnor was born In San
I runelHco, Diicembor 8, 1850, Ho camo
with liis father to .Muni In 187(1 iiml, in
lbS,'!, removed to ICnknlnu, wlicro ho
till tlio timo of his deutli.
Tho ilccimsed was u brother of
Albert mid Homer, Mm.
Uliii'niv ami Mrs. Dr. Taylor, lie was
llie futlier of Iliigiuin, Artlmr mid Olive
Horiior, Mm. Conllwr, llm well linrnvii
ttiiiiil pltiyur Is ulmi ii duiighlur of tlu
Ill tllll IllHIdllOII (if (III) JIllV, f'llllllll,
rukiilttiit in InUlnr of I'nnulln Ur M.i.
iIbii, wliu li linfii for lwunlylKyiittr
h fr buiJ f tlm lulu Mr, lliiriir, rwid
I hv 1urlnl mrvlee ul Hj Iiuum ud ulw
ut the (jravo, The fuuvul I. .ok pl.'e
on Untufiuy Imt, w yv Urly (.
WVl'&hQ AT VOAWf,
NuklUK lu iriu frum Uuwululy lu
Mra 1ny nnd m Ulf Him uuvhI ru
XMlfiavy Tint IluViiItt liMib llu.
i'm4 imwi frum lb AWhiIi IMiuM wit
wlH Ut 4iltM,ud hi K ii l'rMln!u
iwwniiwM wmwaiinii iwnin
ALONE IN KNOCKS
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR
OAIili EACH OTHER NAMEa
By Ernest a. Walker.
(Mnll Special to Tho Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, May 13. It may bo
nil very well to look on with
nt the fashion in which tho great
candidates for tho presidency aro rending
one another, but what about tho
campaign that will begin iu duly, after
both tho national conventions linvo
ndjounmdT And mention is Hindu of
"both tho national conventions" because
I'resident Toft nnd
Hoosovolt are not the only candidates
for the high ollico who aro biting and
gouging one another. Thoro aro largo
and gaping wounds which tho Democratic
nspirants have inflicted upon ono
another mid which will hardly heal during
duly nnd August, whilo the forces
nio resting fur tho autumnal struggle
Of course, ns soon as tho Chicago
convention hns ndjoumed thcro will bo
an unmocedentod demand for largo
pi.iiititW of healing balsam. It will
lie liberally uppiieu, wnoevcr may uo
the nominee of that convention, niul
tlforo aro hopes that during the few
weeks elapsing botweon tho nomination
and tho hard combat for electing n
President for four years, tho balm will
be mote or les effective. Somo of tho
terrible things tho ltopublicau candidates
linvo been sayiug about ono another
will bo forgotten or will soem
le."s ugly in retrospect, when tho cry
is onward against thu common political
Hut tho llnltimoro convention will
be uuablo to ndjourn without an almost
cirunl demand for groat quantities of
healing bnlsatn. Tho biting njul gouging
in their cninp has been quite as
unlimited and bitter, but it bus not
tractcd so much attention from tlio
country, simply because the Democratic
biters and gougors nnvo boon men of
less prominence. Tlio things that tho
Clinmn Clark lioadnuaTters have said
about Governor Woodrow Wilson, of
Now .lersoy, will ninko excellent l(o-
publtcin campaign documents tiirco or
tour mouths from now ii Wilson is
nominated at H.iltiuioru, which 1j
less and less probable.
And tlio way tlio w.oourow wnson
headquarters h.ivo sailod into tho
Chump Clark folks is a civution. It has
mostly been put down In typewriting
nnd files of tho product have been kopt
by the llepublicans for future reforonco.
Of course, William .1. uryun mis ucon
much out upon tho stump denouncing
tlovornor llnrmon ana uscaT w.
wood, both of them prosidontinl aspir
ants, nnd Harmon nna uryan nnvo gotten
into ft whilo hot controversy, almost
as polutcd as that botweon Taft
Good for O. O. P:
Perhaps congress will remain in session
for a month or two after the conventions
have adjourned. It tuny not
ho altogether n bad thing for either
party if it is so. It may bo especially
good for tho llepublicans if this happens.
The Democratic houso will continue
its Btrugglo for doing things to
catch unwary voters, and, with tho attention
of tho country no longor upon
tho presidential nomination contest, it
will not be so difilcult to focus public
sentiment upon tho poculiar performances
thnt nro in progress nt tho Bouth
end of the cnpitol.
Ono of thoso is tho investigation of
tho "Money Trust" ns to which tho
country has been hearing much. That
Investigation, however, promises to
u feature of tho presidential campaign.
Mr. Huslness Man in overy
Btnto of tho Union will probably wnnt
to know all nbout what tho Democratic
houso means by this investigation, For
instnnco tho committoo on banking and
currency sent out requests, which
amounted to demands, that ewir' motional
bnnk furnish tho comTmtttio'Vtl'th
Information about all its loans, '(ho security
therefor and t'io nnmes of the
Gives Moro Power,
To bo suro as soon as his was woll
under way it was discovorcd that tho
houso of representatives did not haVo
authority to do that. Tho comptrtlllbr
of tho currency has, but now bills l&Vo
been introduced to givo congress ol
either of its housos authority to look
into tho books and records of national
banks. When thoso bills como up for
diciisslon and consideration, as it is
quite probable thoy will, tho
proposo to pass somo questions
nnd put somo emphasis on what tho
Democrats nro proposing to do.
Tho business juon of overy town and
city of the Uiutod Statos will not tako
very kindly to any project for making
public the amount of loans they h.ivo
at their local banks or otherwise with
banking nfllcinls. Such u procedure will
naturally arouso tlio ire of tlio bimhiesH
world. And just why tho Democrats
should Tush into mich a fool procedure,
from tholr own htumlpoliit Is not easily
uiidurMood. Hut Bryan has been clamoring
for such an investigation nnd ho
siM'iiih to ho having his way about a lot
of things, although Democrats say ho in
not running thu parly any longer.
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