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.MOST PERFIDIOUS SUGGESTION
A. G. M. ROBERTSON) CHIEF JUSTICE
",Tho proposition to oeccdo from tho Union if sugar is put
on tho free list is tho most perfidious suggestion that has been mado
fcr a long fee. I wonder If the Royalists right when, twenty
years a&o, they said that tho annexation movement was morely a money
"I vculuro to say that the embryo secessionists will live to rue tho
day that they advocated an 'Almighty Dollar' Republic."
','Tlio arliilo published this afternoon, stnting Hint there is nn
lccajjciii! teriously entertained by eonio in Honolulu of ucccsston from
tlioi Union iii" the cvmit of tha patsngo by congress of u Sugar
IlilLis tho slllietvnnl most nsinino thing that has ever appeared in
prlyt in this Territory. . i
' ''I iloi'iqt believe, for ri niom'ent that nny sanstbjo m;
a'dvanccd the idea thijt'irawaii shoiildAasIc to lio'Jnllowcd to withdraw
from the Union on nnv'prctcxt. t believe tbataho;bno mentioned in
tho publication were simply giving Eomo newspaperman nk'flll' and ho
swallowed it, line, hook and sinker.
"Wl.cn Hawaii went intp thoUnIon it w"hs with oyes open, know. '
ingly taking whatever "chances might come rfrom futnro legislation.
Tl'oio can be no thought in tho mind of any sensible man of any secession.
It is ineiincehnble.' .
"Hawaii is justlCcd li using nil legitimate means to try for legislation
tinrt will bo fair ami favorable to her industries, but her
is not (or revenue only and her, loyalty to tho ling Is not of
tuch naturo as to bo ul6)ly contingent upon protootiou to sugar.
. "fl'1'0 publication of such utter tommyrot at this particular tlmo
may endly acromplibh great harm to tho cause of sugar protection. It
was a Ircal: and -we can only hope that the congressmen
who hear of it will hao a sulllciont of tho saving senso of humor to
teo that it is a joUo, although a very sorry ono.
"Hawaii has ro more idea of wanting to leavo tho Union If wo
l:avo n Sugar HiU thnn Mnrsacluisctts would havo if her industries
were affected by tariff reduction."
was nske.l today if I would sign such
n petition, and I paid that I nnlil bo
willing if the United fjtatos wont, so
fnr "' to t,,,tu tllu t;iri,t olT "$' ani1
rlli" "!0 'ndtistry here. Under such
rnifllltinns T might bo tempted to sign
sl,c!l n petition." -
J.P B110W OOniTCSD. St.
t I ntt
Tic jhui icyiuy is mut wc in
"",1 S"UU""JlM U fc iwaav, Ull u.uij
"eges that aro granted to thu
lincs," baid C. U. Hockiis,. who .M
credited with originatinir the. wliolo
K'heme. "IMmo no authority t( uso
thn names of a lurgo utimbor ofiuen
who approve ol tno suggest on or sa
lLa' "" "u unioug mom n.crn nr
Oincmor t'nrtpr, Jiilm ilcOaniilcus,
ir.uiK linistcail, idcuurd vookobuu
JJrn.u uuuu. -L ut'liutu llliy priiiui
"CI,t ""mosi men would tign
't'O" right nway. Wo don't bellvvoftliis
J'etilioi. -would go throdgh, Irtt
"Hot o. that if tho pooplo of this
lory wcro given tho oprorrim
oiK"' ot them would sigh such a
" J consrew. They would dewbo
as ,, protest against the I noosed Aie-
tlou of congress to take the tariffolt
' " A.
wffr. , .
u uunuvo itc uavc as miicn.uKni
to sow and reap sucar cano as tha far
intra oi j.soi.rasKU or iunsas i.aveito
tnw '"" ro:,P t,ielr ('roP,'i "nil ' V
Pv,n n' much , protection as they -a
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".Illtliall is-'n:i instHnco of what still
I ........,. .,. ... , .
II ,.d tllO llTOtrctlon
WPI" '".' OH ftllgar
" rCIIHIVCll limvn ilmrn. Lecsin nf n.n.lhc
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treasury will not allow, thus.
. . .
remomi 0t a tariff, their sugar
.(ry ujK.J ollt mfy jt j,llt t,m
J1'" "J' ui a
'" 'J?"Ua they did Hot bcbclo tills
Z Ttl PS , ' FLS?
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-"---,- --- .- BT '"! 4I.1141 BfU J'Wf
mis recession moicmett as tnoy call
ft .,. n. ,,,., V.ii'C ,ni
ctXtlon f L'li my
c3nt"bBt,,a tn " i ufi campaign,
HBO U I UUllli
" Parmer Governor Carter saiil toTlaj'
that tl.o id-a a rmnch Iwhind it
and that it was tlyr best way to bring
our BrgumcnfJjigaiest tha rrmoval of,
tho iuutr tnrJtftD'congrcs. Ily i
ieg this method.lt would be I
throiutl.out . . , . tl. .. lTnitcd .. States that . the
j copie or Hawaii .were catering n
solemn I rotcst nuninst their main In
duotry being.. wied oiit 't'hero is no
intention of our being disloyal. V
"Thu whs that we wcro annexed
for tho purpose of doming protection
from tho United States. It was thought
m.tli'r annexation our condition would
bo a great deal. bolter, nml It-was. Hut
if tho United States turns around ami
frco sugar, that protect ion Is
withdrawn and the only thing for uh
to suggest would lia to k'cciIo and
to our former status.
"I hnien't any idea that nny fcuch
thing as that would llh currird out, but
as an idea it would niow the people
of tho United States that ue aro lighting
for our liimucial lifn. Mr. Curler
is entirely in sympathy wlththc
If (lovcrnor l'rcar has made
statements in opposition to tl.c idea, I
must say, I do not agica with him.
"I think it Li time tlioy thought luiuie
tlilpg of Hawaii and that they knew
(hat right on the map."
MILLION DOLLARS TOR
SAN FRANCISCO, April 11. (Ily
Associated Press Cable) A miWIoit
dollars of the general appropriation
made Iiy the State towards the Panama
r.xnoItloii fund will bo lied liv tho ex-
position authorities for tho erection of
ii uuiiiiiiiii. ii nun pi-en
tlmt the legislature wbuld authori7o
un iidiiitioii.il amount for tha slate
building and exhibit, but Governor
Johnson declares that the condition of
CALL, BIT TROUBLE
Wireless calls for a tug cnino from
the Matson steamship I.urllno last night
about ten o'clock while sho was off
Dinmqnd Head, towing tho large
en routo to Kahulul.
was not quite clear ai to tho
of the trouble. As soon as tho
ciptnla of the tug Intrepid' could be
'located by tho boat's whistle, the tow-boat
went out. Ileforo the latter
Food and Drug Inspection
Hampered in Honolulu
Kccauso of lack of suitable facilities
to properly carry on ils Important wurk,
, thu 1'nited States government has or-
ilcreil the cmsing ot Its food, and -drug
laboratory -in Honolulu. A.' S'.
in clnrge of yio , United States
I'ood and Drui: lnsiicitlon Dciiartment
in1 this district, yesterday, jssued orders
1 to his aides that tho laboratory Is to
bo closed. The equipment is to bo park
I cd and shipped back to Wiishlngton,
1 1'nVklng started yesterday. Tho
eminent has been carrying on its work
jin the laboratory of t!" territoiial food
in the nttie renins over tho
board of health laboratory. In this way
the Territory has been nldiil in
. ing on its' work.
It is not known what result thu fed
eral net inn if III hnp on tliu territorial
work. Hansen plans to get away tho
latter part of this month. Ho goes to
Clitengn, Scxcrnl weeks ago ho left
for Washington tu arrange tur securing
additional equipment, lis well ns nsbixt
ants to aid in extending the goic'nmcnt
work in this Territory. Previous to
leaving lie had arranged with Collector
ot Customs liohcit C. Staekublo to secure
stiflicii'ut lloor space in tho customs
hoiiro to install tho ripilpuiout. With
th(s nisuiaiice from Klar'.ablo lie had
received fiom Carl Als
berg, chief of the United States department
of chemistry to caTry out his plans
when ij lottor wai received from Stack-able
announcing that ho could not sparo
iho room for tho laboratory. This
I brought uegotinllous to a close, llutiecn
.WHinicil O'lionpiuin mst .wjjcit nun ins
arrival wns tooii lollowed bj' orders to
close up the laboratory work here.
is not blamed for the ac
tion. He found niter investigation that
nil the nvaihihlo room in tha customs
liuuse would bo rorjirirod to storu bonded
'goods, mostly liquors.
Hansen, who has been hero sinco last
May, announced yesterday" that as a
result of tno lcilernl food and drug inspection
work much good has been accomplished
in improving tho quality of
tln foods and drugs impoitud into tho
Territory. This applies especially, ho
said, to the fnoda nnd drULj from for
eign ports. Previous to tlm establish-I
meat of tho federal inspection hero
jdruga ntiiMoodituffs brought here from
Jlorelgn countries wero not inspected.
Tho result wns quality was a tucoudary
I consideration and adulteration was
J practiced without fear.
I Whether tho Territory will bo in
tion to copo with the situation witiiout
government aid is n problem us yet
CHINESE ATTACK A
(!! J'nWnl ".Virrlfn Ttlrrrl'l
CALCUTTA, India, April 30. (Special
to Tl.o Advertiser) A detachment
ot (JiIiicho troops today attacked u
battalion of police, atticlicd lo a
surveying party, on tho frontier of
Hiinnn. Tho .hlllinqn, In cnnsldoralila
numbers, joined wijli tho Ohlnrte.' The
llritish column repulsed tljem but en?'
tallied a few cnKiialties, Among tho
wounded was Charles Ilernnrd, chic
commi.s'Ioner and hend of the surveying
SOOM KROW FATES
(Ilv i'dernl Wireless Tl'lefrnnli. ik
VAHIIIN(1T0N. Anril 10.
(Special to Tim Advertiser) To.
morrow is to bo "appointment
day" with President Wilson.
With Postmaster General Burleson
ho will discuss tho list of post-
masterships and will probably
send them to tlio senate cither
Saturday or Monday.
IS IEIE0IED WITHOUT AID
reached Waikikl tho I.urllno had proceeded
on her way with tho
-Tho tug boat did nofget near enough
tho big steamer to asceitaln Iho moaning
of her calls for help. Matson dock
ollicials believe that soniothing went
wrong, temporarily, with tho towlino between
the Lurllno nnd Honnlngtou.
Tho vessels being closo to Diamond
Head, Captain Wcedcii decided to Jako
no chances and called for assistance.
NAVAL LEAGUE OHXERED. WHEN
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OUT-LINES
(Ilr I'.Jcrnl Wlrclr.. Tclftronh.)
lo The Advertiser) An etliclcnt navy,
large arid powerful' enough to maintain
tho .Nation's prestige, is the policy at
tho new administration, as outlined today
to tho Naval League of tne United
Sstutcs in Its eighth niinu.il convention
by franklin lioosovelt, assistant secretary
of tho navy. His statement created
enthusiasm, being regarded as directly
rellectlrg the views of Secretary Daniels
nnd tho WJiito House.
Mr, I!ooevelf called on tho membeis
of tho league to aid in popularizing
tho unvy establishment' nnd ueclarcd that
is effective work could lie dune outside
the Navy as in It. lie duelled on the
need lor support of the secretary of t tic
u.ivy and the administration s naval
'International Naval Parad?.
WASIIUNC1TON, April 10. vJpeciul
to Tho Advertiser) ah international
parade at tho opening of tlio l'annmi
U.iual was proposed today by
Copley In' a resolution to
President Wilson to invite foreign
nations lo participate in such mi uvent.
The rcs'olurion would direct that the
battlishlpOrcguii linfo tl.u honor of
heading such a narade, commemorating
Its historic nnd record breaking dash
around the Horn to join tho American
licet at Snntiagn, during tha war with
Spain. Thu parado would start from
Hampton Itoads and pass through thu
80S TO SEE
LEADER LEAVE JAIL
BUT POLICE DROVE THEM OIT
AND MRS. PANKHURST FAIL-
ED TO APPEAR.
(Ilr Puleral Wirctus Teltrrnnh t
IXlNDO.V, April 10. (Special to Tin
Advertiser) Uxpecting that the imager
strike conducted by ills.
tho noted sullragctto leader, sentenced
to "three years'1 imprisonment
for instigating tho dynamiting of the
country homo of Lloyd George, would
lu her iclease, eight tliousanil
persons gathered about llollow.iy prison
today, hoping to sco .her leavo. The
police, however, made the gathering
Airs. Puukhurst has not eaten a morsel
of i'ood tu'uio scntuneo was imposed.
Gauss Worth Broken Noso.
LONDON, April JO. (Special to Tho
Tho probability of b Ing
ledridden for the mt of her life, lrom
n shattered constitution, tho result of
Mistitutlng a hunger strlko in prison,
was faced with n suilio hero today by
.Miss Emerson, tho American sullriir
"Tlio cause is worth any sort of
wns the statement attributed
to Mits Kmcrsou,
1 At suffragette headquarters it was
aliened that MIhs L'lncrsou's noso was
lracturcd whllo sho was being forcibly
fed in prison, nnd tint she probably
will be dlsllgiircd for life. Immediate,
ly aftpr her rfleuHi shu was removed
to ii privnto hospital, her health re-
VERY MUCH ALIVE
TOKIO, April 111. (Special to Tho
AdvertiKT) VIio President I.i Yuen
Hung of China was u very busy man today,
despile his reported nssassination,
aiiordlng to cable udviccs just received
here. Tho telegrams today explained
Unit twenty of 1,1 Yuen llung's subordinates
conspired to accomplish his death,
but tlmt the plot wa nipped in tlio
bud, The alleged conspirators wero arrested,
UNCLE SAM LOOKS
FOR MISSING GIRLS
(Ilr federal Wlrtleu Trlerrsnh,
CHICAGO, April to Tho
Advertiser) Unclo Sm was asked today
to take a hand in the search for
the twenty Immigrant girls who disappeared
from a llaltimoro and Ohio train
nt Newcastle, Pennsylvania, moro than
three weeks ago, ,
btirrod to action by a flood of appeals
from relatives of the missing
girls. President Siiverton, of the Danish
Young Woman ' Christian Association,'
today pat tho case in the hands
of tho department of justice.
I t? I ?jj III i I CI Ivl
VOL. VL-, NO. 115. IIONOr.l l.r. IIA1I TERRITORY, l'RH)A, Al'RIL 11. 1U3. t ,, WHOLE NO 380
Georgian Wants. It Free
Next March, Should
Not be Favored.
Will Suggest This 1o the
Caucus One Bill '
Now the Plan. -
(Tly Federal Wireless Tilrsran'n.)
WASHINGTON, Aptll 10) (Special
to The Advortlscr) After a conference
with President Wilson today, Representative
Ilnidwlrfc of Georgia
ho would suoniit to the house
caucus an amendment to tho tariff bill
to put sugar on the free list in March,
101 1, Instead of three years from the
day of the passago of the hill, as now
Mr., Harwick predicted a fight for
free sugar in tho houso and told the
President ho helieved It to "bo discriminatory
to give, sugar growers threo
years' time to adjust themselves whllo
other products wcro immediately to
BLANKET BILL FAVORED.
WASHINGTON, April 10. (Spocial
to The Advertiser) Sentiment favor.
Ing the passage of a sias.o tariff bill,
instead of dividing tho various schedules,
was growing among ' legislators
wlnn Democratic congressrr.cn today
rcrnmed their caucus to consider tha
At tho same tifcio agont3 or ''Elg,j
easiness-- swannect arjout
hoping to arouso sentlmoat against tho
sweeping tariff reduction , with little
hcrio of success.
AUSTRIAN SOLDIERS STOP ALL
TP.AINS KINODOM IS WOW
(rijr lV'lrrnl Wlnlfss Tlocr.h V
ANTIVAIU, JIoMtcnc;,'ro, April 10.
(Special to The Advertiser) I'ormul
blockade of this port iivgun this morning,
Austrian, Hiitish, Trench and
iraimn warsn.ps participating. picciato the benefit to them 0"f tho
no vessels of any sort will urxniinn r n, ti :i.. ..',!.
bo pcrinittnl to lo.ivo or nppioich tho
Montenegrin coast until such time in
King Nicholas agrees tosuspend tho
ntt.'mpts to t.iko bculari by storm. 1
Austrian soldiers nro holding up all .
train ., ,.... .nrnnfn ... ..l,, .. It.1
v --' tU t SI 4liIII(Liii fm ((1V1 LtlU
kingdom is practically holatcd. i
GENERAL STRIKE II I
(Tly fVlprtl Wirrloss TdiiMph.)
Hl'l'i'AI.O, April -10. (.Special to"'
Tlio Advertiser! With thn ll0"""Vinicrcial
of the BlriKers rejecting tho company's
lounter propnslticii to renistMo them
without recognizing their union, tho
Etroct tnr strike titualion became
.81 tmlay. Moro troops wore asked for,
rho company is detoriuir.od t operate
(invcrnor Huber today thai the force of ,
2700 no)- here should bo greatly in-
creased. Simuitancoi'ly many proiuj.
., ..iif.,u ...!..i .1. n :.,.. ...
...III viti.sui ..,." I 1,111- UIIII'UIUI l'l"
testing ngair.s tho employment 'of
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mvi oi.uiB I'nuc1!
Trn.ln, l.l,nr Cmmrll In.lnv r.,11,.,1 n-
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pi'viitii mil u i.iu luuuiii iu
hiiier n genrr.u birmo lomiay unless (
llin ..ni nn.nrinnv ent I IrtM , villi ilo nn
3n.Vone. It was mentioned in tho
iln.ail1llitv":0'lr9.0.0L''' Bcneralstlls nt tho Com-
Club among a numbor of us,
just as wo wcro talking about tho Jan!
aneso rjucntion nnd scvcrnl others and
deciding them all, as if wo wore a board
of ttrategy; 1 did not think any ono
;,vn,i gJv, torlo con6ilcration lno
, jh vro V taken.
Twrnt'; 'mVn nmliaied mtil'loii." " "' '"" i ---'-
thn i.nltrd r..,lrs nronnizatlrms would "Sllell it s.ll...Pl!nn " .l.1 M,
be affected!.,- eU . .triko. . .
Troops charged ono hundred men to-
day when they ktoned n ar in front of
tne oiico station on .viain street, jtcv
oral shots were fired but no ono was
seriously injured. I
BELOIAUS "WILL H.VE
A NATIONAL STRIKE
njcrfiSKIS, nclplvm, April 10.
Pour hundred tlinutnuil people of all
tho working clatsoa nro prepared to
obey a general strike order, effective
n.Tt ..... ... nn.mi' HTnff.imrt . .... nrrnit.ut tun,
m...... , ....... .......r. ...v
,..,.,.., K. 'j" ii.ivi.i.i n.t
jitoprletary classes will possess more
man one vote.
"ALMIGHTY DOLLAR REPUBLIC" TALK MEETS
WITH REPUDIATION AND MUCH RIDICULE
Siliy Suggestions Enough
to Nullify all Good
Laughter, disgust nnd, indignation
wito tiliout cually mingled In Ihe expressions
heard about 'town jobtcrduy'
over the publication in the" afternoon,,
paper Of n report to the effoct that some
of tho business men of Honolulu 'wcro
seriously thinking of petitioning Congress
tp allow this Territory to leave
tho Union in tho event of the passago
of a Prco Sugar Hill.
"Making Hawaii tho laughing stock ,
of iho nation." . j
"Tho worst fool break sinco llonov
lulu wanted to order tho .Bennington
out oftbo harbor, during tho war with-.
"Inviting government by a military
commission." ' "'
"l'or the new llcpublle .wo should
have a black Hag with a yellow streak
and nine dollar marks lo roprescnt the
"Tho hardest Mow that lias yet been '
struck at the sugar industry. If anything
would Induce Congress to ignoro
tho claims of Hawaii, this will."
These nre a few of tho expressions ,
heard. Tho general opinion on tho
street was that somo jokers had hoaxed '
thu afternoon paper. "Hut, why lu
tho nnino of common senso did the
paper print such n thing at tins time,,
even if.it did belie it!" nVkcd not
ono, but scores. Even if tho report
wcro' tinted on anything, tho
tion of it, with th assumption that it
represented nny considerable part of
.ho community sentiment, was ridiculous,
in the general opinion of thoso on
the street corners, on tho rapid transit
cars and clsjvvhoro whero Wen oath-
crcd. . I
Tha imbllshod storv is In 'thn rHW.t ,
Hint 'at a recent "informal" meeting,,
"nt tlieomnicrciAl "Club, ntlondtfd by.
, Um liaiilron. A. J. (Jlpnoux
o tho merchants' association:
Kd. Towf.. T. r. o.r.v r n it i,.,i
anil a draff mlilrnceoi rn'
gross was prep ired, commencing in tho
following language: I
We, tho unilersigncil citizens of
the Territory of llawiii,
pray your hnnorablo body, if tho
pending legislation bo pissed to remove
the tariff on sugir, thcroby
Linking it impossiblo for us commercially
to exist, that Hawaii may
hi political status as in
force when we Jiocamo a part of
tho United States.
A similitude ijt truth was given
tins by the fact that O. n. linck....
ono of tlioso at tho reported meeting,
italics tho nutter soriouslv, whllo
(leergs If. Carter, who is to "leavo for'
lishiniiton in a few dnv& fn tiri.n
Hawaii's arguments in Invor of pro-
f!7iioV for sugar, also bcliovcs that '
if (lie American people do not
,., -Wo sl,onl() )j( rlvilrVed
to pnllum tho Unite I States to civo
t.3 1,, r ,,ulonomv "
- AJok Rii.nlmnn, ' ,
. iMr. , ,, fllgnOll.V. . -I Oil Ihn -- nt . hnr . ........ llnn.l j ".n h u n
inb tnu niiQiu fjuosiiou is a joke, tu
j na i.i; Has CUUCrflCHt Wlldl 1lft!tC(l
lntt nigllt if his position hud been
stated in the afternoon piibilcs'
tion ho was surnrlod tlmi .!. .n.i'..
had cicrf appeared jii j.rlnt. "I hiv
not re.ul tio afternoon paper," he said
i"but I am ccrtatnlv nnrnn.l wn.,
n.. ; ..'. '" ""
Mini, uijr iiuniu is given as nacitlng iipy
tuch a plan Congress to glvo
us lock our autonomy. I did not know
w... iro ucing lanon
June us ni wasinn'Ttrin.
j pcrsSmlly gave It no scrlniis
. Might Be Burprisme. Pay3 cartnr.
l'nrirnr f!nvo, i- ''.
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on mo kirainsuiii for
l -'""(."I"-' '
W..11..1.. .. . .... K . -".. ...
"" -'. to curry on lao
IsUnds' flffl.t fl, f,L .,.,
inl.VlU '.1 .?...
llinsaiirr, ...III rfnclmi
,--.., r..... umi n nw iinu BUUSUUU
"Mh"1- l'f B"iising, even Marin "hi vet
if &ll(ll..n.l 'flw t.iit f ,n .. . I ll.
tor, "3.,os how .crlnus fto situation
is when such a Hung should even be
considered. It sttikw r..o that if tho
American people do not npprcoiato tin
benefit, to them of tho nni.exitlon i ot
the Hawaiian Ishnd;, And would lot
mem go to racK anu ruin, whv, wa
should lo. privileged to retitlnn tho
United States 'to givo us lack our au
! VHH1 uv vuij 11 v"tp VI Ull
vcrto Jngiilatlon on tho sugar question
th'at such a niovo could bo carried out
and a petition circulated.
.. . . ..
(JIT 1 t. r.
i ji'o mat mere is
nnyimug in inn i.iw or tne (.ousutii
tion .that would permit these Islinds
to recede from their present s'atus. I
-UNWARRANTED FOLLY TO PROPOSE IT
GOVERNOR WALTER F. FREAR
"Secession could not bo thought of for a moment. In tho first
plnco It fs unwiso to even have suggested such a matter, and it ccr
talnly weald not bo worthy of any truo American citizen. It would
show that his patriotism Is only as deep as his pocket.
"In tho second placo it could not be accomplished. The whole effort
of the Southern States fifty years ago to secede amounted to nothing. .
"It would bo tbe.virst possible policy for us to even suggest it,
for it would put every member of congress down hard upon us.
"They 'would all say, 'Well, If that is the kind or people you aro
down there, wo will soak you to "tho limit.'
"It is unwarranted folly to propose such a thing."
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' First Time in
"Determined to Recover,"
(Dp.Ftdorsl Wire'.eii Ttlocrtph.)
ItOMlWApril 10. (Special to Tho
Advcrttscr)Pcspito a restless n: nd
trylng'nightitho condition of opo
Pius prnctlcnllyi was unchanged day.
His temperature' was again normal but
heart notion .was feeble, causing the doc
tors much concern.
Doctor' MftYChiufava declared tills
morning that'tho Popo is suffering from
nothing, mora .serious than tho conso
qticni;os oMnflucnza naturally would bo
to a man'of'nU age. The doctors blame
tho patient's refusal to follow- their advice
for hisjscflous condition.
lloth ltoctoruTarchfafnva and Doctor
Amlctdcclared, -today that for three
dnys thdPope?liail refused food, finally
this mbrning,cpjriscnting to drink a mixture
of cordial,'' milk and tho yolk ot
Tho physicians now' bcllove the Pontiff
has y'arccJUho crisis of Ids relapse
although tho: crisis of inflnenra and fever
hasnoiinrrlvcl. Tho 1'opc is In
such nwealtrl'o.pml!tloii that his sis
tors hnvf lieoVorbiddoii to talk to him.
He ha's7 nof'slept normally for two
days. ' "
i'opc Pius 'thfs nftomoon called for
Cardinal, Merry Del Val, tho papal
coetary,'anl'ann6linced his termination
not to"dl;nt this time.
"I nniydotermlncd to recover," tho
Pontiff time' to personally
celebrntcj,tlio.JI?entecostul Mass at St.
Pcicr'slonJMilykU liv honor of Constan
, ' .
.LANDS A FAT BILLET
(tl.r Titrl Wlrflen Telfiriph )
WASHINGTON, April 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) It was stated tO'
day that .Dudley 1'icld Malono,
of Senator, 6 'Gorman, would bo appointed
'assistant secretary of
stato, toisucceod' Chandler Halo, lie,
Malonohasjbe'on offered tho position
and hasjacccptcd it.
FeJcml Wlreltu Tclecruj.li.)
PUKING,, April 10. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Brazilian government,
anticipating similar actioo on tho part
of thd UnifodjStjjitoSj, has cabled to tho
Chineso, government its recognition of
'M ALK WITH 1ILSDN
Supirtcrsf' . h. McCandlcs for
tho Huvrnorshlp'state tlmt Inforntatlaa
wrfs Washington yester
day thajtplrl IcCandiess had seen the
things wcro look
ing inostVgattifaetory.' I'ho cable
said thatjtho" matter was in tho han.H
nf hecrotaryjLano. vho is to mako the
first selection' for tho position and
rccommendrft.sUiun0 to tho President.
f i .m..L..
,. V'Wiesifrcccivcd last night nt tlio
IvahukiTtstStlon'.from "10 s- s- Cinn11
annoiinccdffthnt Jsho would dock tins
niornlngfoj)falf.pait nino o'clock. All
repoited i from
. "... ,slu",K l"ru was ano in roai
munlcatloanlast night with Kshuku.
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