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UP ONCE MORE
Washington Preparing for Another
Session of Congress
i Fight for Jobs'to Begin.
By Ernest O. Walker.
(Mail 8pccial to The Advertiser)
WASHINGTON, October 24. There
is a getting up of steam in divers
branches of governmental activity. The
Supreme Court and all the minor tribunals
have been in session for a couplo
of weeks or more. That makes decidedly
for a Bhow of industry at Washington.
Here and thero are indications
that congress is making ready for the
rush work of the winter. A sub-committee
on houso appropriations is planning
a journey to the Isthmus of Panama.
That is the annual -journey for an in
spection on the ground to enable the I
committeemen to uccjue upon me appropriations
needed for the construction
of the canal. As the work is
completion, the inspection this year
-will be about the last, with reference
to the provision of funds to complete
the project. It is quite likely, however,
that six or eight members of the house
appropriations committee will continue
their November visits to the canal for
many" yenrsJi'An appropriation 'of several
millions' annually for maintenance
will be necessary. Important policies
of management will bo involved in these
expenditures for maintenance all of
which will be a valid reason for congressmen
"to see with their own eyes
what is going on. The house will want
Money Trust PrCbe.
Some of the numerous investigations
that the Democratic house has instituted
will be resumed in early November.
There are several of these investigations
not yet completed and the life of the
present congress has only about four
months more to run. There is the prob
ing of the Money Trust, which the houso
banking and currency committee was
authorized to undertake. Tho committee
halted the inquiry when congress
ad.iourney. It was claimed the work
could not be prosecuted tbroueh the
autumn, without involving politics. OP'
position parties -would assert that this
and that was being done for political
effect. Then it is very probable that
the Democratic leaders in the house
were somewhat npprehensive lent the
pressing of the investigation might not
react against their nominee for the
prefidency. Anyhow, the investigation
wiif postponed, except that numerous
clerks and expert wctc set to wotIc
cathcrina data nnd compiling a vast
amount of routine information that the
con mlttee will want.
Now it is planned to Degln hearingb
once moTO about the middle of November.
The members of the banking and
currency committee, released from their
campaign activities, will be able to
come back to Washington and attend
"upon the elimination of witncfses.
Special Session Coming.
Generally, tho law-makers will probably
be slow about getting back for the
winter session. Their time at home has
been all too short for their own conveniences.
Congress has been in almost
continuous session for the last eighteen
months. There was a recess of only
about tbrco months last year and will
be about tho same interval this year. A
good portion of the membership of senate
nnd houto are men of affairs who
havo profcusionnl interests
at home. The campaign has precluded
much attention to these thus far this
year. Furthermore, for thote who arc
reelected, there looms the prospect, not
only of a setiion of congress till March
4 but of nn extra session of congress,
which, according to expectation, will
begin some time In March nnd last for
four or five months. Many senators
nnd representative) will accordingly
want to stay at home na long ns they
can this niitumn to get their affairs in
shipshape for a long residence nt Washington,
Cot of Presidency,
One other special Instigating body
of congrfim h Jtut token li recess.
That it the senate subcommittee which
li inieittgutliift rnnipuiuu expeusea. It
has had u long und rather tedious tty
in WmMiitfloti but In nttrnctod wide
attention for the Information it linn
from many notublo willies.
The utilitv of thn hearing) from li
pblitMSj otuudpfiliit way bt UttioniM),
It a metier of i!v dtwM whether
nuv m.U lm )ui) wade w or
k iliot uy 'Bdilldute for tl pjit
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ti"Ww( Mbmit MtilHtatlMrt, imt lire
Mi aMirM UwifrM tttr
', litM sWl HltRl II M Uttl l
Hnnifr itfeflrntfftl fnimnlgtHi And wtrft
rs bvn feeding the bill.
Thr ih'itilty Has ilmwi pretty MmctH
tvniy ukt WMrHi mm te rod
trllffllM to ''aloud Hotwirult In 1WI
nhd that Morgan, Ooiild, llmlwhn.
Arebbold ami oiiicts were in ln iim,
ftoo (jlvlsR hw or rvhtt heller ths.fi
thai. ftfhe nloty that llolno 1'cnrnim told
the sptiMc in Its cloning day baa been
iirnvoti true In nil rtentlat pxrtienlars.
It hn been shown that Colonel
tM back As Inst February
betorr he nnuounfixl hit candidacy for
nnblhcr term, had been uklng flenalor
1'enroto lb tonics over and support him
and nlso that IVmrofo tbt vory senator
whom Colonel Hootevnlt douoiineetl so
tremcndeusly on tho etump during
and October for being n boss
nnd for being iu tuhooU mis olTerod tbo
maimgcmnt of- tho Itopsovelt
ftyan I'ootea Bills.
But the Democrats nro unnhlo to my
murk about all this. Tho testimony
has shown that Thomas i It) an g'o
$130,000 in ID04 to "savo tbo hohor
of the Democratic organization" when
it was proposing to oleet Alton D. l'nr
kcr fl President Instoad 6f ltoosovefi
That samo year August Holmont con
tribntcd about 250,O00 for tho same
purpose. It matters llltlo that Ryan
agreed to" foot the bills, after ho was
convinced Parker could never bo elected.
Opposition orntors do not empha
size such incidents and tbo pooplo havo
small pntienco with sueh oxcuncs.
And when tho subcommittee delved
Into the expenses of various candidates
for the presidency this present year itn
urougntout eomo decidedly mo information.
But tbia left nono of tho pnrtios
or candidates very much to brag about.
Even tho Wilson campaign coat over
$200,000 before tho Now Jorsoy governor
obtained the nomination at Baltimore
That was by no means as ex-
penaivo as the nomination campaigns of
Taf t or Booscvclt but then it was right
expensive nnd tho Democrats, behind
Gocrnor Wilson, would ppparontly
bavo spent more money if ttioy could
have obtained it.
Law Begardlng Expenses.
But the voters havo obtained a closor
insight about political campaigns that
are nation-wide. Tliov will bo ablo to
draw their own conclusion and tho
thus created will influonco somo
action by congress in tbo way of fur
ther legislation. Probably thero will
be a law before another presidential
campaign limiting tbo amount that
any one man irmy contribute) nnd probably
also restricting 'tho amount of
money that a candidate may spond to
ohtnin the nomination or that, whon
nominated, be may tipond to obtain elec
tion. This would tin in line with the
law already in force prohibiting candidates
for cither "branch of congress
from, spending more than $5000. Thore
are so many ways of, getting benefit
from campaign expenditures that, tho
evasion of tho present law or of any
that may be enacted will not be so
very difficult. But, tbo tendency is
toward a vory stringent fcdoral corrupt
practises itct and such legislation
possibly as drastic as that now in
force in Uroat Britain may be ox-
pocted in tho United States. Tho proceedings
licfOrb tbo senate; subcommit
tee ptf "ho4nv6i!tijntion of campaign
expenses encourages such a view.
Just as soon -as the election is over
tho popular interest of eourse. will sub
side as far nti politics pure and simple
are -concerned. But tho patty managers
and officials elect will concentrate much
upon plans und policies. These will bo
open for discussion and speculation, and
more or less for decision. This discussion
will center much at Washington as
a matter of eourse. It will not mate
nallv affect congress in its delibora
tions, becanse that body will have
enough to do in enacting appropriation
hills to tho total of about a billion
dollars. On tho other hand this diseus
sion may in some measure obscure tho
proceedings of congress, oxcopt in so
far as tho concrobsional leadors contrib
ute to tho thought und comment of the
country as to 'the details of legislation
and administration for tho next three
or four years.
Strife 'for, Hi;a Office.
In thei wnke of a presidential elec
tion there come up prominently
the ambitions ot many belonging to the
victorious party. The strifo for tho
hitfh ollieeii bcimis forthwith and con
tinucs light up to tho time thnt all tho
big nominntions have been disposed of.
That campaign fpr federal placos will
find it climax in the special session of
tho ncnate which will bo called for
I March A as is always done at the bo
ginning of nn administration to pass
jnvon whatever nominations the now
Pros dent or the Tccleetod 1'resirtent
cares to Tnrme.
All these things enter into the calculations
of thoe who make up the ofli
cinl world ,nt the U.ipilol. They will
hv much to hundreds of men in public
life Ooneennctitlv tho President's
rarlv return to WtiHhint'ton is
n fhat wjll havo mighty
few dull days. There wjll, bo expectation
on every hand. Whoever wins tho
election, thofe "Will bq extensive changes
ahead. Tho executive departments havo
to bear that in mind. Congress has to
hear it in mind. Big times are accord
ingly ahead for Washington, even
though tbo rest of the country calms
down ns soon us a Frcsldent is elected.
MEDALS FOR WORKERS.
WASHINGTON, November 1.
in the work of uniting tho Atlantic
nnd Pacific Oceans, were rowarded by
the United States, ' according to ths
statement of Colonel (loethnls, engineer
in charge or tho worit. Accoraing to
Colonel Goetbals, 73r medals havo been
awarded to those who braved the dangers
of the big work. Thero also will
be n distribution of "service bars" for
thofe tvIio bnvc served a certain number
II. H. I'earee, vho Identified Ortlo
McMsnlgiil in the dynamite complraey
trial in Indianapolis, wnv beaten nml
robbed on his reiurii to Kama City.
70 CURE A COLO JH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Hromo Quinini
Tnbleta. All dniKguts refund
the money if it fnSU to cure.
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-. K'tltfUh IKfctn ft IwiV A
3600 IN IQlOi
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KUHIO'S MAJORITY CUT DOWN
TWO-THIRDS--STANDS AT 1263
t Details of the voto on tbo
havo not yet been received at
either headquarters. Tho S. S. Mauna
Loa should bring the full figures' from
Hawaii and Maul, but the detail? from
Kauai will not he bore until Sunday
morning. The estimate mado by Chair
man Shingle of tho Itcpublicnn territorial
committee, based on wireless reports,
gives Kuhio a majority over Mc-
CnncHess of 12G3, made up as follows:-
Hawaii, ono precinct to nearirom.. any
Kauai, with Niibau to hear from. . .-190
Estimated majority Niihau 32
Estimated majority one Hawaii pre
Less McCnndtcss' majority, Oahu,. 818 1
Net majority , 1203';
Kuhio earned the Islands two years
ago with, a majority on every Inland
DEMOCRATS ARE 1 1
LOSING NO TIME
Candidates for Positions Are Now
Being Suggested Waller for
the Governorship. I
is noi idling any .
grhs .grow under its feet sinc'o Tues-
day, whan at carried this island and1
oi.nin,! in n,o n..i,. i.iiu n.-
i.rin.i i, ,ii..i.io.i T.,..i.i:....!...,
tbo umbdand nnd left Woodrow WiIson',n tho a" of tho county attorney's
crowuig on .tho top of tho heap. Al
ready the, Honolulu Democrats havo a
candidate -for the goornorship to pre-Mint
to tho attention of the
and already applications aro being
prepared for all tho positions to become
vacant tnrouiiout tlio Territory.
nm.nrt .T v,,iin. ,... .i .-
agex ot the Hawaii Meat Company, is
the nuui with thn Btrnmm.t LiPiflmri
in the Ilepnblican territorial committee , if expected, will retain his of-and
tho one mott prominently mention- j to his long experience and
ed in foaneclinn with tbo governorship.' tue fnfit that his experience has
Wnllpr was .first publicly suggested ' with tho vast amounts at
oy ine jiucrnaer, ins portrait Doing
fiusluxl on the tureen on election uicht.
with tlio title; "Our Next Goornor."
Tho eiiiigestod as greeted with a storm
of cheerB from the thousands gathered
before The Advertiser ofilco and tbo
populaiity of the cundiducy was made
certain, cime men iii. Waller has
siuieu jranniy iuvi no wouia atcipt tlio
position if it ere oftorod to him. al
though bo baa not personally taken any
steps to bring his own name before
That step has been taken by others
for him, however, and already letters
havo gone forward to the
and to Senator Sanlshury, a close
personal friend und political ally of
Governor Wilson, urging the appointment
of Mr. Waller.
It was reported yesterday that Ij. Ii.
McCandlcss' name had oUo been scat
to SeUgirt, but if It hau it lias been
without tbo conscut of Mr. McCandlcs, , fico out no conference on thco
Democratic candidate for Delegate tlons hag yet boen held,
to Congress has not as yet doflnitely de- . ) .
" Kr'B a contest 01 tno recent
election and hat not ennui nut as a um
dldattf for another position. Ho was
Informod of Mr, Wallor'H candidacy before
it had boen mado public and
Eivenburgu for Secretary,
TIlA tlfllllM nt Tl .. l Tft.rnnl. ....!. Hrt.M
,.v .....m w. .,, itvjjiujkui nun i
secrutury of Mayor Pern, tho chairman
of thu Democratic 'county committee
und rnmnalgu mnuaucr. has been mm .
giistod for tlm eerolaryshlp of tbo Ter
i.iY rMS,K '",S '' '"l.
within tho Democratic riinkn. Mr.
1 - . tat ,. 1 .
niuiiiriiii uiiiikiiii aiiLiifn
" ."" "" "" "o"1 "'"thnt void
7 "r". remedy nre ovory
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iuii iABa. su imiiiii iiiiih iii ninrrn
In wbisporMl that Ills tick ft will rili
"Bctijjlrl, Now uimI Up I urn "
JoliH lilllngcr us IttfriUirml uudilur
ittMl II. U. Tri'ut us tiwHrur arr mo
1200 .IN 1912
and a total majority ovor McCnndlcss
of 3C28, practically threo times his present
majority. Oa Oahu, bis 1910 majority
of 1093 has bcon converted into
n minority of 818: on Hawaii his ma
jority was cut from 1045 to 890; Maul
gnvo nun a majority or 1114 in ISUO
nnd 023 on Tuesday, whilo tho Kauai
otc, allowing Mr. Slunglo's estimnto
to stand, shows a reduction from 372
Mr. McCandlcss is waiting for particulars
by mail boforo muking up his
mind whether to contest tho election.
He believes that thero are good grounds
for supposing that ho would gain some
Hundreds tnrougn a contest.
A statement Issued yesterday by Mr.
Shingle is to tho effect thnt Kuhio's
Shmpaign expenses, to bo paid out of
'tho tcrrtforlnl campaign fund, will
amount to about $1500, mainly for
printing nnd for 11 spccinl train on
Tho personal expenses of tho
T)olegatc in his campaign, this timo,
'tero paid by the Pclegato himself.
oho'.suggcstljns frfr new faetts Jri 'tho
pio, places, trom wnicn win prounuiy
hno to move the majority of tbo
big and little.
Julius Asch ib also suggested as
Jilirh sheriff, to tnko which position he
would havo to resign fTom liis just-se-
'cured neat, iu tho houso of
His appointment would bring
both departments of tho big houso 011
tho reef under the Aseh family wing.
Thero nre quite a numbor of Demo
cratic attorneys from which to select
an attornoy general, including, on this
island, Judgo Quarles, C. W. ABhford,
Judge Edings. Judgo Wilder, Wado
Warren Thayer, and Leslio Scott. Hilo
bns ono or two Bourbon 'barristers as
- tho County
. . .... .. ,
T. is certain that tho cominK Domo-
erotic administration will tako a hand
office nnd that certnin sinecures therein
will be abolished and somo sularios ro
duccd. There Is also a likelihood that
thero may be a curtuilmcnt of oxpeiiscs
111 too clerk's jjilice. That thero will
bo a vholesaloTemodcling of the per
HOiinel of the road department ns noil
ns or nisuectors at tlio llslimarKut eoes
vn"l """ , , ,
Chief Thurston of tbo fire depart
bwiiso ja jiuuwc uuu jirivuiu juopuinus.
I Whilo' there is a report that John
Wihtyir is being considered for tho po
Inition of tho road depart
1 meat and even 41s superintendent of
Mr. Wilson will probably
' not rbe'ir candidate for cither position,
lis he- )np heavy roailuuilUing contracts
nt present widen wilt require his
sonvl attention for tho next year. Ho
has recently acquired about $30,000 of
Just what will happen in connection
with Engineer Whitekouno and Koad
Supervisor Caldwoll is not altogothor
cortain, although there aro somo who
claim that Mr. Caldwell's department
was too largely in tno hands of Charley
Clark nnd was being used for Ho-publican
campaign purposes. Caldwell
himself stuck faithfully to good road
building. Engineer Whitehouso may ho
I ,lvm tin nnnnrtllntfv in romltln Sn nt.
, nTll0 K.cept, 0f lutcrnal revenue arc
$5,000,000 greater so far this fiscal year
than tboy were for tho samo period In
the Inst fiscal yenr," snld Commissioner
Cabell of thnt bun-ail, in Washington,
Drlg. Oeii. Henry Ilcebc Curriugton,
well known at u writer, soldier and
lawyer, died ut his homo in Hyde Park,
y0n never heard of anyone who uied
riiamberUlii'ii Cough Jtemwly having
,., i,. ,i ,iiiiu n 1',,.,.. ,
, '"SUiiioiiih . la uniioniiioiliy u gonii
llftaH, and tbli remixly clcuiii out tlio
euljuru beds that form In lbs throat
and brouehlfll lubes nnd dtlui tbt
germ ot that (imiuo, i'ur miu by
(iifiu, Hinllh . fu 1411., agents for
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War Department Changes Under
Democrats Is Interesting
Who will bo tbo next secretary of
Who will be tic next eblef of staff!
llolh of thpse questions nro uppermoot
in local military circles since tholec
tlon, nnd it is believed that with the
legislation pointing townrd bin deposition,
Major-General Wood, tbo present
chlof of staff, will be relegated early
to the command of one of tbo divisions,
Major Genernl Alnsvrorth, in tho opinion
of somo officers, may bo the next
chief of staff.
There is likely to bo n genernl shift
ing of division nnd depnrtmont com
manders when the next war department
chnnge takes place In March, that will
undoubtedly affect Hawaii, which may
by that time bo organized Into a
division. Schoficld Hnrracks is already
a 's command,
nnd in nddltion to having n major-general
assigned to duty here a brigadier-general
may alio bo assigned to the
Preparing for tho Bide.
Boards of medical oflicers to conduct
tho annual examination of oflicers, in
accordance with war department orders,
aro constituted as follows:
Schoficld Barracks Capt. Lnortus J.
Owen, Capt. Robert M. Cullerj Fort
Charles Baker; Fort Do
Itusay Lieut. Edward Krcmors;
Hospitnl (Fort Shatter)
Lieut, Larry B. McAfee, Lieut. Adam
Tbo following oflicers will nrrnngo
with tho Burgeon, department hospital,
for oxaminntion by tho last namod
board, nnd at tho proper timo, about
the ond bf tho month, will report for
Oept, D. B. Cnse, Capt E. II. .Cooke,
Cnpt. Clyffard (lame and Capt. F. B.
Edwards, nil of the quartermaster
corps; Capt. W. II. Johnson, infnntry;
Lieut. Gcorgo Turner, C. A. C, nnd
Liout. F. M. Androws, cavalry aide-de-camp.
Tho following oflicers nro to report
to the president of tho board of medical
officers appointed nt Schofield Bnrracks
for tho nnnual inspection rido. nnd un
less oxcusod, wll, undor tho supervision
of tho department commander, unuorgo
tho annual riding test on November 25,
20 and 27:
Cnl. Gcorgo K. McQunnogle, First
Col. Wilbur E. Wilder, Fifth
Cavalry; Col. Fronds II. French,
Col. .Tanics S. Itogcrs, infantry;
II. I. Raymond, nfcdical
corps; W., Y. Stamper, Sec
ond Infantry; Itohcrt II.
Hirst, First Infantry; Archibald
Campbell, adjutant general; Mai.
J. M. Kennedy, medical corps; Maj. B.
Frank Cheatham, quartermaster corps;
Mnl E. V. Smith, Second Infnntry;
Mai. J. A. Penn, First Infnntry; Maj.
Wallnco Do Wilt, medical corps; Maj.
W. P. Wootcn, corps of engineers; Maj.
C. E. Tavmnn. First Infnntry; Mnj. N.
F. McCIuro, Fifth Cavalry; Maj. W. M.
Oruikshank, Tirst Field Artillery; Maj.
A. A. Pnulen, clinplnin second
Maj. Arthur S. Conlclin, gonoml
staff; Maj. Joseph Trazcr, First Infantry.
Tho commanding officer, Schofiold
Barracks, is to mnko nil necessary
preparations for'this tost. On complo
tion of this duty tho officers named will
return to their proper stations.
Mnj. E. ,T. Timbcrlnko, co.irt nrtillcry
corps, will report to Lieut. Charles L.
Baker, M. It. C, nt Fort Rnger on November
21, 1912, for tho nnnual physl
cal examination, nnd, unless oxensed,
will tnko tho annunl marching test nnd
reexamination November 25, 20 nnd 27.
Should Cnptnin Cnso bo promoted before
tho dates selected for tho riding
test, be will be a member of General
Macomb's official riding party.
Department Hospital Order.
General Macomb yesterday mado public
tho order creating the department
hospital, which is located 011 tlio Fort
Shaffer military reservation. In futuro
hospital is to be administered as
a separate, unit, undor tho supervision
of the department commander. The
senior surgeon on duty at tho hospital
will command it.
The department hospital will sorvo ns
a Imso hospital for Forts Shaftor, linger
und De Itussy and such other posts in
tho vicinity of Fort Shatter as may bo
garrisoned in tho future. Cnscs occur,
ring at Schoficld Barrncks which permanently
disqualify, cases of serious illness,
nnd tlioso requiring operations of
11 major character, will bo sent to tho
dopnrtmont hospitnl for trcntmont. Provision
will be made nt Schoficld Barracks
for casei which aro not to bo
sent to tbo department hospitnl, Include
ing contagious disoases which might bo
communicated to others on routo,
Tho chief quartermaster is to furnish
tho commanding ofilcor of tho hospital
with the necessary railroad and stroot
ear tickets for tho return of enlisted patients
to their respective stutloux.
Tlie dental olllcer is to have the co
operation of the post commnudera In
securing tho dontnl examination of enlisted
men of their commands m often
ns niny bo necessary, Appointments for
dental treatment will bo niudo through
cantonment commanders and will tako
precodoiiro over ull other duties. Post
ominuiidcrH are to enforce tho prompt
Keeping or nil sticii appointments.
Tho dental surgeon at fichoflold
will, to the limit of bis enimrlty
aii'I facilities, treat all rnsos occurring
at tnut li)t. ( aips requiring spcrlul
attention, Ini which fmilltlen uro not
nvullnblo, iniiy, on bo rotoimiiHiidiitlon
of the pott surgeon, liu mini by the pout
nuHijidar (o the dojwrtmwnt btwpllitl
Mr. mnl Mrs. J. O. CnUn have book-
v4 on tbo HIrrH, wbl4i wtlU Nofewbiir
III fur ftou I'rsnii, Thai will
lis awsy llirw nwutb,
. 1 ......
Legislature Republican. But Not
Strong Enough to Beat
IS IN DANGER OF DEADLOCKS
Make-up of Senate and House
Shows Importance of
With n Democratic governor aasureS.
for Hawaii during tbo next four yean,
it appoars thnt the legislalnro, although
it will bo Republican by a majority ot
threo in tbo senate and six in tho house,
will nt the samo timo bo undor Democratic
control. This ia due to the tact
that thcvRcpublieans will lack tho necessary
two-thirds voto in both tho sea-a
to and tho house, needed to secure tho
pnssago of n measure over tbo Governor
Tho Governor can veto bills which
appoar obnoxious to him or hU party
and with tho aid of tho Dotnocrats ia
tho senate nnd houso can no prevent
them from becoming laws. In tho senate
ono voto would give the Republicans
tho necessary two-thirds and two
votes will be required in tho homo.
Itrls pointed ont that if tho Democrats
stick straight down tho lino. It will bo
tmpossiblo for tho Republicans to jot
through any measures not approved by
tho Democrats. ,
With five Ropublicaa holdover senators
tho sonato in tbo next legislators
will stand nino Republicans to six
Democrats, tho former having but tho
slight majority of threo in tho upper
houso. Tho holdovers nro Senstors Cecil
Brown, Charles Chillingworih and A. F.
Jndd, of Oahn; Qeorgo CL Hewitt ot
Hawaii; E. A. Knudsen, of Kauai,
and It. IL MAkekan of Hawaii,
Democratic. By tho reckoning
threo out of tho four senators from
Hawaii will bo Democrats, Oahu will
stand tbroo and threo, and Maul and
ICaual will be tho only islands with
solid Republican representation.
Tbo Iowor nouso stands otgatoon imv
publicans and twelvo Democrats, giving
the Republicans a majority of six.
Following aro tho names of those who
will represent tho Islands in tho legislature:
Republican Sonators Cocil Brown,
Chrfrles F. Chillingworth, A. F. Jndd,
Oahu; Gcorgo C. Hewitt, Hawaii; K. A.
I?nndscn,.Charlos A Bice, Kauai; JL A.
Baldwin, IL B. Fenhallow, Phillip Pall,
Democratic Sonators R. H.
I). E. Motzgor, David 1C Baker,
Hawaii; Jnmos L. Coke, C. P. Zsukes,
Ambroio J. Wirtts, Oahu.
II. Cooke, Norman Watkins. Oahu;
Da 8ilvn Evangolino, Gcorgo IL Buddy,
Norman K. Lyman. East Hawaii; n.-1.
Holstoin, D. K. Kaupiko, M. K.
West Hawaii; Gcorgo P. Cooko,
C. K. Goodness, C. K. Makekau, A. F.
Tnvnrcs, Edward Walaholo, John Wilcox,
Maui; J. IT, Conoy, J. K Lots,"R.
P. Spalding, W. .T. Sheldon, Kauai.
Democratic Representatives Julius
W. Asch, William B. Kinsloa, 'a B.
Paxson. ATchio Robertson, J. 8.
II. M. Kanlho, D. Kupihea, E.
J. McCandlcss, J. K. Paelo, J. M.
Oahu; Archer Irwin, East Hawaii;
Henry L. Kawowohi, West nawaU.
PIE AND PLEDGES
B sura IS 15
Great Sums Will Be at -Their
Command to Practise
Noarly of a million
dollars annually will bo at the disposal
of tho Democratic board of supervisors
during tho next two years, to be expended
for tho good of the City and
County of Honoulu.
Figures compiled by Territorial Treasurer
Conkling show that tho roveaucs
from taxes available will total $595,i02
per annum, and tho receipts from other
sources, such as fines and licenses, will,
it is estimated, bring tho total up to
While the city fathers may expend
all of this sum if thoy so desire, it U
possible for them, if thev wish to 11 ve
un economical administration according
to their pledges, to end each year with
tt surplus and so warrant a reduction in
tbo tax rate at the expiration of their
term of ofilco.
The nvailablo fund provided for tbo
now board from Territorial taxes is
itcuiixod us follows;
For curront expenses,
of one per cent tax on the
real and personal property
valuation , 103,27
Por permanent improvements,
one-sixth of 0110 por cent pu
tho iiet real iiml personal
property valuation ,., J31,75
Por umliitiinuiicu of public
nchool buildings and grounds 17.0W
IImuI und poll tux.,., ,, 40,000
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