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...VOL. Vlt.. 59
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JULY' 24, 1914. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
, WHOLE NUMBER 3922
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Three Days Conference of Territorial
Committee Results In ; Selection of
Series of Subjects On Which Bour
; bons Plan to Make Their Campaign
.. ' Arguments.' vv V '
' After three days' conference tbc Democratic territorial com
mittee yesterday completed its labors and announced the party
platform, one of the striking planks of which is devoted to con
demning -Governor Pinkham, , whose appointment, says the
plank; was evidently brought about by deceit and misrepre: ,
sentation and whose . administration has been thoroughly un
democratic. It is the last plank in the platform and reads
as follows: -: ' ' ' ". . . '.
. "The Democratic Party of Hawaii deeply deplores that its
expectations of a progressive Democratic administration on the
part of Governor L. E. Pinkham have not been fulfilled. Gov
ernor Pinkham, from the beginning of his administration, has
not been in sympathy with the rank and file of our party and
. he has shown, by his inability to grasp the political situation .
that his appointment, evidently brought about through mis
representation and deceit as to his political affiliation and be
liefs, was a serious mistake. We denounce his administration
'as thoroughly undemocratic." ' , ,
Following are the other plana of the
. platform in fall: '
We, the repreeentativea of the Pemo
. Cratic party of the Territory, of Ila
; wall, in committee aiutemled, reaffirm
. oar devotion, and pledgea to tbq' prin
ciple of the great uatlouhl Democratic
" party, and we orgs that after many
year of eontinuoifli (tmggle against the
privilege-Keeking and prvlloiin-graat.ing
BpubUeM"f a'tfj-lrfrii ; ic'tyry
k for the party ben achieved In the
, election of Preident V"ftodrow Wileon.
The Democratic coBjjro, under the wine,
progrewiv leadership pf President Wil-
' mam Aiinl.l with .1 (i M .iri n I m .1 il
' '' tireles cooperation of the Democratic
. majority in the Senate and ' House of
. . . Representatives, has written more con
structive and far reaching legislation
, in the intereata of the eommon people
in the atatutea in fifteen months than
. was enacted in fifteen year of Repub
lican rule, . We rejoice in the fact that
...under thi government human rights
'. now prevail over property rights. .
. '. The Tariff. ,-, ' .'.
; The Democratic .party in an almost
incredibly short time has made good
its promiiea and pledge to the Amer
ican people in giving thla nation a new
. tariff law. Thi tariff law toucho the
: entire commercial life of the nation,
and we believe that as patriotic citt
' sens we ought to meet the new condi
tions in a fair spirit without prema
ture and unjimt criticism.
The 'public school of this Territory
. constitute the cornerstone of our dem
ocraey, and it is through these schools
. that the various races in this Territory
- must be welded and mold'i into Amer
ican eltisenship. We pledge our party
to provide for the development of edu
cation that shall be of practical value
to our boys and girls in making them
. . more efficient in their work and gen
eral life duties. We pledge our party
in thi Territory to cooperate with the
commission proviijyd-for by the present
congress for he study of vocational
s. schoola to the end - that the schools
of this Territory may be placed in a
', losltion whereby they will be entitled
to the aid of the federal government
for vocational, schools.
. Government by Commission.
The movement of this Territory to
ward more popular government should
be promoted by , wise and thoughtful
. legislation and we disapprove of any
plan or plans which involve government
. . by any kind Of appointed commission;
.-- we declare H.to be a matter of party
principle in this Territory that the
' present system of carrying on the gov
eminent pf this . Territory hy various
boards or commisHinns ought to be dis
.cnuraged, and that the work and duty
' of carrying on of governmental work
of all kinds should l delegated only
(o those persons jroperly elected for
: that purpose..
Harbor Improvement ,
We again favor a memorial to con
. gree to make an appropriation for the
dredging of Kalihi Harbor, and by eon
' ' demuatiou proceedings or othcrwiei ac
quire all necessary Imids at any place
ii the Territory for the bublie wharves.
. ' to meet the increasing demands for
v greater shipping accommodations.
Redemption From Execution Bala.
- We favor the paesage of a law by
whiuh a mortuagor, or any debtor, shall
' have the fight to redeem . real estate
; '. sold under foreclovure of mortgage or
. execution sale, within one year after
.' such sale, by faying principal, Interest
, and costs.
' OoUegt of BawaiL
" ' Th College of Hawaii is an iustl
' action which it will be the endeavor of
a united Democracy to make a worthy
" college of the people," thoroughly in
keeping with aimilar colleges of agricul
ture. and mechanic arts found in every
State of the Union. The Loves .Bill
rectully passed by the Democratic' eon
gtesa is an evidence of the attitude, of
Democracy toward theae college, and
the tailure of Hawaii's college of agri
culture and mechanic arts to receive the
bei.edts of thla bill coiiMtitote an linen
htcerablnlndictment ef the weak," fal--;
j -jiil' ef iiomjetent repre
icuUlioBof tliin Territory ami its in-tei-eMs.
by the' KeJrubliCan )elegate to
Congress. Due to the" absence of the
Delegate and the wholly inefficient rep
resentation of Hawaii In Washington
by the Republicans, an exception, was
made of Hawaii alone in diverting these
fund from our local college and thus
i lio-king the plans of our college ad-
n-in:Kt ration to carry on the work of
Intelligent agriculture abroad in , the
Homesteads and Homestead Boads.
We again announce our belief in the
principle that the public land of this
Territory ought to be given to toe eitl
aens. We pledge the Democratic party
of this Territory to work for the en
actment of such legislation, both la con
gress and in the local legislature, as
will tend to facilitate the homeateading
of the public lands In such a way as to
build up the ritixen farmer elase of this
Territory. In connection wlta tne que
tion of homeeteading, we believe that
one cause of the failure of bona fide
homostcading has been ' the' lack of
roads. ' We believe that roads should be
built through all homestead tracts here
after opened. We believe that these
road ihould be built at the time when
uch homestead tracta are opened. We
therefore pledge our representatives
and senator to euact legislation pro
viding for a revolving fund of sufficient
aize to allow the prompt building of
roada aa soon as the homestead tracts
Sre opened, - the money from the sale
of such homestead ' lots to be turned
back into the said revolving fund, so
that at all times there may be sufficient
funds on hand - to provide for . the
prompt Tmilding Of bomeetead roads,
Tho Audit ' of Accounts. :
We believe that the present law with
regard to auditing of -public accounts
are inadequate, and should be amend
ed. We believe in the principle of i
territorial audit bureau, whereby, tho
accounts of the territorial departments
and the county departments mat be ef
ficiently and thoroughly audited from
time to time.
MarrUgo licensee. , . , ..
We. condemn the present ' arbitrary
nmnner of appointing marriage license
agents by the territorial treasurer, and
pledge our party to tho enactment of a
law authorizing the '-several county
treasurers to handle the issuance of
marriage licenses, the fees from which
should, become county realisations.
We pledge our candidates to the le
gislature to work for a law which will
make the minimum wage two dollars
per day for all unskilled labor perform
ed by territorial, county and municipal
Citizen Labor on Federal Publlo Work.
We pledge our candidate for Dele
gate to Congress to work' for such
measures as will prevent the employ
ment of any. but citizen labor on fed
eral government work in Hawaii.
: Public Administrator.
We favor the passage of a law. by
which the duties of public admlnistra
tor shall be added to those of county
treasurer, who, with the advice and as
sistance of the county attorney, shall
act aa the local officer of the county in
performing the duties of public admin
istrator, without fee or reward, except
Waldron Would Serve as Mayor Without Pay
Asks Supervisors to ; Act On Same Basis
i' i L. Waldroa" yontfrday author
Iwd The AJvtrtiiwr to fohlixil the fol
lowing Dtatementi "I will Womo
tuiKliutt for meyor of th. .My and
County of Honolulu, at the head of
atrietly noo pertixaa, buaineaKinro '
tirkrt, provide. I alt the othrr randi
datne who run on am-h a tirkrt join
with me In a rledpe to donate the full
mount of their ralarie to any liafiaii
a charity, the jiartirular charity to l
dcnienatcd pre iona te the elertion by
the Uawkiinn -AtMriated t bantu-.
- 4,1. believe that the soverament of
this community will never be placed on I
as orderly, Ixiftinefcalike bania until riti-1
ten who tare fnore for the honor of
serving the ronimunlty than for the .
emolument of office offer tbenuelve ai
candidate foi flection. ' . -
'On thi platform of unpaid service
to the eommanity n which I lire t will
announce myeelf. a a candidate for tl
office ef Mayor of Hoholnln."' .
. It ! believed that Mr. Waldron 'a an-,
nonnrpment will reeult in a realignment
of forces In. the joining municipal cam,
rtaisn. with the probability of iro?ret
Ive citizen joining in the acle'tioo ol
a lion partioan ticket, the candidate' oi
which will agree to terve the citt
his salary as county treasurer, as pro
vided for by law. ' t .
Equal Suffrage. ,V
We believe in the principle of equal
suffrage. Wo are thoroughly in sym
pathy with the movement toward that
end, both on the mainland of the Unit-
oil States and in this Territory. . We
pledge our candidate for Delegate to
Congress to work for an amendmcut to
the Organic Act, so a to promote such
legislation as . will give tho women of
this Territory-a right to vote. We be
lieve, however, that before such legis
lation should, be undertaken, a plebis
eite to determine the wishee of the vot
er on thi question should be held In
tnia Territory.. We. are compelled to
view with suspicion ' the modesty and
timidity of the Republican party In ref
erence to this question. , ' , . , 1 ' v
We believe that the . reservation or
acquirement of auitable plot of ground,
convenient to tne centers or population
should be .made in each county for the
burial of the indigent dead. The ceme
tery conditions, of the city of Honolulu
require thoughtful consideration, Prop,
et regulation, shonld bo made, enabling
she- imur 4 bury thelr:ilead without J6
iug-N Compelled' 10' .pay such exorbitant
charges as are usually exacted by. pri
vate eamotory companies.
'" '7 ' County ' Povernaent. .
We again reiterate our belief iu conn.
ty, government, and' we pledge our rep.
.....t.iU.. b,i ...iinr. tn th en.
actment of ueh legislation a may be
eeensarr for the extension of the
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office in each county where deeds, mort- Vusagerou. one in Practise. .
... .k.n ka nA .1 Tax Awessors Elected by People.
nrnvUion made for some official of the
county to have charge of the ssme or
that a new elective office be created
for that purpose...
' f. . Taxation.' '
We believe that the present system
of taxation is wrong in theory and in
the. way it works out in practice. Wo
believe that a valuation of all the
property in the Territory, for assess
ment purposes, should first be made,
and that after this valuation, a budtfot
showing the total expenses for . the
year, both territorial and county, should
be made, and upon such assessed Valua
tion and such, proposed budget, the
rate of taxation should be based. '
... Fisheries. ,
Tn our platform of 1912 the follow
ing .recommendation was made; "We
urge upon Congress, and we pledge our
candidate -for Delegate to Congress so
to do. the necessity of appropriating
money and to acquire by condemnation
if necessary all vested private fluhing
rights in this Territory, and to open
the same for public use.'".
, We further demand enforcement, by
the territorial government, of section
ninety-five (95) and ninety-six (88) of
the Organic Act, and we urge Congress
to provide means to promote fish cul
ture in the seawatere of the Territory.
.-.'. Statehood, . -'
The repeated assertion in the ., na
tional platforms of the Democratic
party, that the United State should
aenuire no territory except that which
Is ultimately destined for statehood
strengthens our confidence in ultimate
statehood for Hawaii. We charge in
inceritv on the part of the Republican
mrtv in making statements ' favoring
statehood, as expressed la their plat
form, ami a proof of such insincerity,
we call the attention of the people to
the fart that, although clothed with
power for a long period of time, both
national and local, that psrty has nev
er Introduced a bill in Congress asking
for statehood for this Territory. Ro
iterating our plank for statehood of
1912, we again pledge our delegate to
congress to introduce a bill at the first
opportunity to provide for an act by
which Hawaii may be admitted into
the Union as a state,
. Workman's Compensation Act
Wo pledge our party so far as the
territorial jurisdiction extends, to an
employs' romensation law providing
adequate Indemnity for injury to body
or loss of life.
Initiative, Referendum and Eecall.
We favor the initiative, tfereudum
and recall. Such laws seri to save
the people from the wrongful doings of
officers that have been elected by their
votes. ' and also give a convenient
method Of voting on such .question a
territorial and county bonds and other
FRED L. WALDRON.
laws . that msy bo submitted to the
people. . .
Detention Homo for Juveniles. .
We believe that the delinquent chil
dren of the eommanity should not be
herded with eommon inebriate and
criminal, and to that end w pledge
the Democratic member of the coming
legislature to provide aa appropriation
with mandatory direction ftkr the erec
tion and maintenance of a-territorial
home for the detention of juvenile de
linquents in the City and County of
Honolulu. . 1
'. Territorial ' Marketing JM vision,
We 'indorse the efforts being made
by the territorial marketing division to
assist the small farmer to secure a fair
return for the products of his labor,
and wo pledge our candidates to the
legislature to make adequate appropria
tion : for the purpose of maintaining
and extending the operations of the
territorial marketing division. ,i ' . .
Municipal Ownership. V'
: Believing in tho principle of 'govern
nient ownership of puhlie utilities, we
pledge our senators and representatives
that in rases of taking over any prop,
erty from any franchise holdet a physl
Cal vsluattron of ach property hall be
insisted Upon as" a basis, of sottlemeat.
Tho Uqaor Law,' . . "
We hav heard no serious complaints
against our present liquor law. W do
not believe in eternally tinkering with
law that are admittedly good. Meitber
oo wo oenevp in esisuiisniDir aa un
known tribunal with the power of a
'i na i IBS' nsnnAsasi .nw ina . Knnit niastian
' f 6rm fouij to b wrjf
1 j w I'8 our caadi.lates to tho leg.
islature to work for tne passage of a
litw. hV which tai assessor should he
elected by the people in each and every
county or the Territory. ! . .
We . condemn the policy of the Be
publican party by which they , have
flooded the Territory with undesirable
We demand an immediate repeal of
all the lawa of the Territory author
izing assisted immigration. ' r ,
. Settlement on Queen.
' We pledge our candidates to tho leg
Iwlatiire to procure a liberal appropria
tion for Queen LHiuokalani and pledge
our candidate for Delegate to Congress
to work for a pension for her, follow
ing the precedent established by con
gress In granting a pension to Mrs.
Cleveland and ,Mra. McKinley, ;
-' ' County of Kalawao.
; We pledge our candidates to tbo leg
Mature to work for a liberal appro
priation for tho uufortuiiHtc of the
County of Kalawao.
Hawaii a Free Port.
The completion of the Puuama Canal
necessitates the estsblishment of a free
port by the United States or ' some
other nstion on both the Atlantic und
the Pacific sides thereof, such 'as Hong
kong, Hamburg, Curacao, Punta Are
nas. St. Thomas.' .
The commerce of the world demands
and will have it. bneh a port main
tained in Hawaii wi.i in no way inter
fere with our Impoit laws, but will
draw to onr natiou A large part of the
trade of all other nations. Hawaii
all other places in the Paoific,
is most desirable for sui-Q - a
port. Here vessel from ail directions
msy discharge those parts of their cwr
goes that are to be delivered to poir.ts
outside of their regular route, the arrc
to be taken by another vessel ik-I ear.
ried onward in the same manner as
railroad handle each other's freight
and passengers. When Hawaii la mde
such a distributing point for commerce.
the advantageous results to her will lie
The Democratic party pbdgoa itjclf
to strive earnestly for this result, and
to keep at it until it shall accomplish It.
That a Democratic Delegate to Con
gress can do far more tnsu a nepuu
:. (i. . i
.can with the party now P-
he advancement of Hawaii a intrreHt.
in every way, must be self-evident to
all voters. . :'-','
The Primary I.AW.
The Republican party has enactet a
Primary Law that is admittedly faulty
in many of its provisions. We pledge
our candidates for the 'TegUdBtiire to
so amend the law that the wbdiee of
the people as expressed in a primary
election may not be defeated,
along the line suggested by Mr. Wal
dron. ' i '.
"The plan suggested by Mr; Waldron
I one that will aolve the problem of
providing Honolulu With a bushiess-likv
administration," said a writ known
citizen last night. "The quicker we
get down to knowing that we must take
our local government out or politics it
we are- to secure efficient service the
better it will be, H is something near
ly every progressive eitizen in Hono
lulu has been preaching for years. Let
us hope the time fee. now arrived wee
we ean carry it late effect. ',
S:rvia Given yntil Saturday to
Meet ; ertdrcments of ;
, Teremptory Note. .
..VIENNA, Austria, July 24. (Asso
ciated Pre by Federal Wircle) The
Austria-Hungary note to Servia con
cerning demands for the suppression of
tho ran-Hervian 'movement, and call
ing for the punishment of those respon
sible for the aiwassination of Archduke
Kerdinsnd and his wife, the Princess
Hohenburg, waa presented to tho Bel
grade government today- . A reply ha
been requested by . six o clock Satur
day evening. . , 1 ,
DATE BP OPENING
OF MB CANAL
SET FOR MUST 15
s s a' ' r- ' : a
S ' '; '' ' . ' U
WA8I11N0T0N, July 24-(As
sociatetl I'rese by Federal Wire-
less) The date of the openlug bf
the Panama. Caunl to tho com-
s merc of the. world has been def-
.s tuitly - flxed -tosf August next
This annoaneuanenfvwaa nisnle by
Secretary of War "tJarrlson yes-
terday. . ". ' ' " ,;'
Probably the first vessel, to
make the trip through the canal
will be the Cristobal, a war de-
psrtment steamer. ', ' ' ' : ,.,
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, JONES WITHDRAWS
FROM' FEDEKAlt BOAKO
WASHINGTON, July 23. (Assoelut
ed Press by Federal Wireless) Presi'
dent Wilson today withdrew the mime
Of Thomas D. Jones of the Interna-
tional Harvester. Company, as a di
rector of the Federal Regional Reserve
Board. In withdrawing Jones' name
'the President has handed to the senate
correspondence wherein Jones requests
that his name be withdrawn.
In complying with the request the
President stated that he-acted with
reluctance as be la unwilling, he says,
to allow personal preference to'doieat
a great constructive program.
LANE OR McREYNOLDS
FOR SUPREME BENCH
WASHINGTON, July 23. (Assoeiet
ed Press bv Federal Wirelees) Frank
lid K. Lane, secretary of the interior,
and .lames C. Me Reynolds, attorney
general, are declared to be the leading
candidates for the United States Su
It is understood in official circles
that I resident Wilson desire a jurist
who has not yet passed his sixtieth
mileetoue and both ' McRoynolda and
I n..uit K. fn.m.. !,...;
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31. IM'i, and the latter near Charlotte-
town, Prince Edward Island, .Canada,
July 15, 1804. ; , .
FILES DISSOLUTION SUIT
AGAINST NEW HAVEN
NEW YORK, July 23. (Associated
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nieu a rivii aui uuuo, iui pumirau
i..i.t..,i t... ih. .naratinn nf
the New Haven railroad from its trol-
lev and marine subsidiaries.
- It is said to be the intention of Mr.
Me Reynolds later to ask that criminal
indictments be returned against the of-1
fleers and directors of the railroad cor
ON HOME RULE
LONDON, July 23. (Associated
i a... i tir:t rri. f :i.
eraU aud TTnioiuHU are inrreaainKly
Oram nun i uiuiuniH io im rr miuit ijr
hom thllt th, (.f(.reo. wi) rach a
lUuUl.t ,grei,nllipt ,u , ,)l0rt tlme
whi,o fc tt0UHUts are les. optimi!
, n is stated todav that the solution of
the Home Rule question at the present
time hinges on whether the counties of
Tyrone and Fermanagh be allowed ' to
vote as a whole ou the exclusion f rom
Dublin parliament control.
The conferee are meeting again to
,day iu Huckiugtiaiu palace.
WM. BARNES JR.
BOUGHT LAND FOR
CEHT AN ACRE
Carranza Claims Rothschilds Paid
HucrU Hall Million to Aid
Deal for Vast Hold- :
' ; ings in Lowej Call-; ;
JAMS ANGBLE8, July 84. (Associat
ed Press' by Federal Wireless) Oen
oral Carranxa has forwarded a report to
bis agents here stating that th Roths
childs of London and Paris, under the
name" of the Lower California Mndu
trisJ" Development Comiiaiiy'. imrshaned
hundred tbuusand acres of land, in
.oKar California from Provisional Pres-J
ident Huerta one month ago, paying one I
cent an acre for the land. It is fur I
ther charged that Huerta. in considers-1
tioa of putting thla deal through and
eivlnir it bis approval was paid the
sum. of five hundred thousand dollars.
Huerta. it is said, imposed the con
dition on the development company
that it imnort not less than fifty thou
sand Chinese laborers to work tho land
it is wuevea mat mis u a portiosi
of the land which Carranxa plane to I
confiscate and return to the Mexican
people when the Constitutionalists take
over tho government or Mexico.
CARRANZA'S FRIEITD IS
CHOSEN BY CARBAJAL
WASHINGTON. July 24. (Associat
oil Press by Federal Wireless) It was
announced here todav that Reelnaldo
Cepeda, an intimate friend of Uenerai
Carranza, has been selected by Provl
ona rresiuent -"ae w '"
pcKO-v,... .ur ." h r n.i;V..
government of Mexico to the Constitu -
tlonalists. ' , . ? 11 ;
ARMISTICE IN MEXICO
IS EXPECTED SOON
WASHINGTON, July1 23. ( Assoc t -
ated Pre by Federal Wireless) An-
ndoncement is made. from the City:of
Kf Avion th n rmitir haa been
sianed by representative of Ou-ranaa
and President Carbajal, Further ad-
vices, however,, are to tho effect that
this announcement is premature., ,
Information imparted to Secretary of
Rrvan is to the effect that truce
;n 1 Vla..l.. limt aa anon a the
will be declared just aa soon ae .the raaai statea mat wuey neiu wna ap
Pra.l.ln . .InWates reach Carrsnr-a s peered to be a dagger in his hand and
kj..rf. at. vi.-tnria. wKera tkav
tlm late todav. '
Carranxa is credited, while spesking
. . i..nn,..t ,th kavinir Haelarsid that
he believed lenient treatment should be
afforded the conquered.
. The fact that General villa's .attl -
tude on this question.! vhnown.in
I.at.li.1 v,am I anInir Annsldarfthle
anxiety here. Villa remains silent, but
i. .ai.l" tn h eontinuinir the massina- of
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troops and hoarding millions of rounds
TOWED TO HONOLULU
SAN FRANCISCO. Julv 23. (Asso
elated Press by Federal Wireless)
The cruisers South Dakota aad W'ost
Virginia Sailed from this port today
each having in tow one of the sub
marines of the F-group, four of which
are to be stationed at Pearl Harbor,
KILLED BY COSSACKS
ST. PKTBRSBUBO. Russia. Julv 23.
-(Associated Press by Federal Wire
less) Five strikers are kuowo te be
dead as a result of the riots In this
city, while three policemen and eight
strikers are confined to the hospitals
I icrinuslv wounded.
I The situation remains very tense il
- 1 though there are no reports of violence
siuco last night.
William Birnes, New York Poli
tical Leader., WH6 Was Made
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Subject of Attack by Roosevelt
in Speech, Seeks Heavy. Dam-
OV8TER BAY, New )'ork, July 24. .
(Associated Press by Federal Vtrele'ss)
Papers' were served upon' ' Theodore '"
I Roosevelt,' leade or; tne rrogressivo -
Party, yesterday, ia a libel suit filed'.
by William Barne Jr. The latter asks
for fifty thousand dollars damages.. -
Roosevelt has made ho comment oa
tho action, which is the latest develop
ment in a controversy he has beeil'en-
gaged in with the political leader of '.
New York and Pennsylvania. ,
Koosevelt. in pnblie speeches has :
charged Barnes with representing a po- '
lltical element inimical to good govern
ment, la throwing hla support to Hin- -
man, tho Republican candidate for tho
gubernatorial nomination ofNew York ' ,.
Wednesday, Roosevelt pleaded with all
citizens, irrespective of party, to Vote '
for Hlnman, claiming that by so doing f
could they eliminate the rule of Barnes,
Murphy and Tammany la ;sew lorK ,
BUto, , '." ..;' ''. . ,' . .', i
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HALF MILLION FOR
WASHINGTON. July 23. ifAssocjat-
ed Press by Federal Wireless) Tho
bouse concurs with tba senate la as
suring an appropriation of (3OO,0O) for
a federal building at the exposition tn
Man Francisco in 1913. ,
i SWEEPS NEW YOR&
NEW .TORK' July Si.MAssoeUted
Press -bv.yedrsi.Wiroloei() -f Wiod,
which..-sittained a velocity of eltfhty-
eight miles an hour, swept the city of
New York yesterday, i no sua waa
accompanied by a rainstorm.
EMMEUNE WRITES SAUCY
LETTER TO THE KINO
lONDON. July 24. f Assoelsted
Press by Federal Wireless ) Knimelin) -Pankhurst.
auffragette leader, haa writ-'
ten a letter to King George reiterating
he, demand to be aranted a personal
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ALLEGED HIGHWAYMAN '
HAD MEN B
James W. Wiley wat arrested at aa
I early hour yesterday .morning anq
ehrnl with robbing a Japanese named.
Takal of three dollars. The crime U
alleged to have beea committed oa
1 .., . . , , .
I i..n.j;,i t nm, H P.i,r Wha
yesterday morning shortly after mid-'
night, at King street near the railroad .
I iLiutl and flu!mAl thai hm , hail beam
1 held up and robbed by a colored Soldier
near tne county jail, umcer reier rts
to tho place indicated and found Wiley
I in company with two companions. '
l H issaid Wiley was overheard ay-.
log, "1 gw we money ail ngui. ,-. . .
asai monunea vvuey as tne m
i waom uv.mn. uimu muu
and who demanded money from him.
nuey w mil l"-u
waa then placed under arrest.
I Takal stated that Wi
I demanded money.
I When searched at the police station
the "dagger", referred to by Takai
I proved to be an imitation, fashioned
out of hardwood. Wiley will be torned
over to the military authorities today
1 ior invesugauon.
JUDD RESIGNS FROM
A special meeting of the executive
committee of the Kepuhlican Club of ,
the fifth precinct of the fourth district
was held yesterday. The purpose of
ihe meeting was to act ou the resigna
wa recently elected a member of the
- 1 county central committee. Mr. Judd
was reeelntly elected a member or tan
territorial ceutral committee and it was
for this reason that he resigned from
the county organisation. !olonel- C,
W. Ziegler was nominated to nil the. va
cancy, . '.....'.' ;
RIVAL CANDIDATES TO
INVADE WINDWARD OAHU
. L. L. 'McCandlese and Kuhio will' In
vade the windward coast of Oahu, be
yond the Pali, today, for campaign
U might be that they will unite al
though Mr. MrCandlesa said last night
that he did not think they would. At
any rute several political rallies and
I lusu are scheduled for tho Koolau dl(