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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1912.
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Re-Opening of Investigation
About Sept. 30 Promises
- Some Sensations
BY C. sTaLBERT.
SiwcIhI Star-Bullftin CorrfStxnUfnw
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 10.
The Penrose revelations concerning
the campafgn fund of 1904, and his
charges that George W. Perkins un
derwrote a campaign fund of $3,000,
000 for the Roosevelt preconven lion
campaign this year, have aroused
great interest among politicians at
Washington. The Democrats believe
that the investigation commenced
August 23 should be made thorough
and searching. Senators Pomerene
and Paynter, the Democratic members
of the committee making the investi
gations, want -to go to the very bot
tom of the charges made by Senator
Penrose. Senators Oliver and Jones,
Republican members, demand a
searching inquiry. President Taft has
let it be known that he is in favor of
a far-reaching investigation. Senator
Clapp, chairman of the committee,
and .Colonel Roosevelt's representa
tive on iU says there will be a thdr-!
ougb, investigation and that if any
persons are whitewashed it will not
be his fault '
The Republicans on the committee
have more- confidence than: have the,
other members. Senator Penrose, it
is- said, acquainted them with much
of the testimony which will be intro
duced when the ; committee begins
work on September 30.
Think Teddy Knew.
The report is current among the
Republican ' members of ; the Senate
who are backing- President Taft's
campaign; for reelection tbat Senator
Penrbse ; has ; "additional evidenced
which will show conclusively that
Roosevelt knew of the $125,000 con
tribution made by the Standard Oil
Company to the Colonel's campaign
chest lit ; 1904." It is said by some of
the men who will be -in constant at
tendance at the hearings of the com
mittee that the" lite Cornelius M.
Bliss left a complete 'record of the
contributions made in 1904 and that
these records are now in- the possession-
of George Sheldon," treasurer of
the Republican campaign committee
in: 1908 and of Mr. Taff a present com
mittee. Mr; Sheldon, it is said, will
turn over to the committee in Octo
ber all these records. , , 1 ;
. The committee, through the chair
man, has written to John D. Arch
bold, John D. Rockefeller, Senator
Penrose, George B. Cortelyou.Chas.
D. Hilles, William- Loeb Jr., WUIiam
Barnes,- Timothy Woodruff, Represen
tative William B. McKinley, Repre-sentalive-vOscar
Clark 'and' other big public men -to
committee will gather here on Sep
tember '30, when it is expected the
real work will be begun.
Work of Probe Long.
Not one member of the committee
believes- that the work will be com
pleted before election time. All hope
to have heard the testimony, however,
of all the "big" witnesses.
Following the "big witnesses on
the stand wiil come employes and at
taches of the campaign committees of
both the Democratic and Republican
parties in lytM. They .will be cross-
examined closely in the hopes of get
ting some real evidence.
Senator Pomerene will be the law
yer of the committee. He will con
duct all the cross examination. Some
of the members of the committee fav
or the employment of an attorney
from outside of the committee and
Congress. It is not expected this will
be done. '
It begins to look as if the lid might
be lifted and the whole history; of the
turbulent scenes, in which, money and
negro delegates playedi a prominent
part in Chicago last June, laid bare.
Southern Democrats will urge ; the
Democratic members to. try to do this,
Senator Clapp will try to, have the
Taft campaign prior to and. at the con
vention exposed. It ii certain the Re
publicans will do their best to show
how much, money was- spent and how
it was spent in behalf of CoL Roose
velt's candidacy before the regular
convention and at the "Bull Moose"
convention held at Chicago in Aug
The Taft adherents assert that Per
kins and .other Roosevelt "swag",
spenders- disposed of hundreds, of
thousands, of dollars in an effort to
buy enough negro delegates from the
South to assure the Colonel's nomina
tion. They assert that from $1,000; to.
$1,500 ' was paid to more than one
negro delegate for his vote. The
Roosevelt friends come right back
with the- charge that whatever the
Roosevelt' people spent ta buy the ne
gro delegates the Taft people went- a
little higher and held them in line, at
least a majority of themi -
I Trouble from Negro.
A negro delegate from Mississippi,
who first; was for Taft and then later,
for Roosevelt and who stood by
Roosevelt: to the. last, will be cabled
to testify; as to 4 an alleged' offer of
$10,000 ' to make ; an affidavit saying
that the. Roo8eveit, convention in Mis
sissippi was not regular .
The ;big Republicans ; say that I if
Roosevelt is bent' on dragging, them
and the party down to:defeat and dls-
gice he (Roosevelt) will go too, and
be on the .very oottom. or ine pue.
The higher 'minded, Republicans say
there .will ; not be as much'mrfck and
' mud as. is anticipated. ' It is held that
it 5 is nio berime "for ra?corp6ration to
contribute to a- campaign fund. Ttie
before the committee without "sub
poena. If they do not appear' upon
Invitation they wilt be subpoenaed;
Senator ' Clapp is irf Washington
ascertain whether - they, will appearf crlme,,thebr assert, is when a corpora
tion contributes . ana men. seeKs im
munity from prosecution, for wrong
doing. 'Anyway,' the' scenes ? in v the
Capitol the last of this month and all
now" arranging the preliminaries for j of next proMise to be lively and, full
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WNDERivTHE .MANAGEMSICT qjWESOOr:
'Mrs Cordelia Church Bishop Allen.
widow of the late Colonel William F.
Allen, died at her home on Beretanla
avenue yesterday ' afternoon at t
o'clock. Mrs. Allen came to the Ha
waiian Islands in 1863 from Caldwell,
N. V., and was a cousin of the Hon,
Charles Bishop. It was here that she
first met her future husband. Their .
marriage took place in San Francisco
and she has resided in Honolulu con-1
tlnuously ever since.
Since Colonel Allen's death in 1906,
Mrs. Allen has been in poor health.
but only within the week was her;
condition considered critical She has -been
known here for her good works, j
lovable character and' her interest in-
all charitable movements. She leaves
a brother and a half-brother in Oak
land, Cat, and a half-sister In War
renburg, N.- her only blood rela
tive in Honolulu at the present time
being B. Faxon Bishop. T
At the time of her death Mrs. Allen
was 75 years old. The. funeral : will ,
take place from the Allen residence
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment ;
will take place after the arrival of
Mrs. lien's brothers from Cali
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STOrJACH T.uSEIlY ,
No Indigestion; Gas. or Sour-
ness After Taking "Pape's U
! If: what you just ate is sou r ins; on
your stomachs or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing, td digest, or yon, belch
gas and f eructate sour, undigested
food, or have a feeling of dizziness;
heartburn fullness,,; nausea,, bad, taste
in mouth and stomach headache-7-this
is Indigestion: ':
A full, case-; ot . Papo's Diapepsin
costs , only.; fifty, cents and will thor
oughly; cure . ypur' outrorprder r stom
achy and , leave sufficient about ' the
house inl case , some oie else in the
Iamil? may J suffer) f rbm ; stomach trqu--We
or , indigestion; ., . , . r'- ; :'-
Ask your pharmacist .; to show yotf
th formula plainly -printed on ; these
fifty-cent cases, .then joa will under
stand why dyspeptic .; trouble , of, all
kinds must go,, and, why they usually
relieve sour, out-of-order ' stomachs, or
indigestion "in five, minutes Diapepsin
Is harmless and C tastes' like ,. candy
though each dose contains power sul
cen ta digesUand prepare or. assimi-"
lation ; into th e blood all the food you
eat;, besides, it makes: you go ; to the
table- with a, healthy "appetite; but,
what will please you most. Is that yo'j
will feej that your stomach and Int
tines are clean and fresh, andyou will
not, need, to resort to laxatives or liver
pills for biliQusness or constipation, j
This city, will have-many. Dlipepsin
cranks as some people will call tiiera,
but you wiJlv be cranky j about this
splendid stomach preparation, .too, if
you ever try; a little for indigestion, br
gastritis or any other stomach, misery.
Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach" trouble
and indigestion.-, .j H i i. -4 j. s
BALDWIN HEIRS: "MAKE "
UP-T AFTER, QUARREL
SAN " FRANCISCO , Sept 10A
threatened estrangement between Hull
I. McClaughry . and his wife, Anita
Baldwin-McClaughry, heirs of a ;por
tion of the "Lucky'J. Baldwin estate,' re
sulted in the hurried summoning, of an
attorney to Mrs. ' McClaughry's apart
ments at the Palace Hotel, late ; last
nignt and a midnight conference J Be-
tween McClaughry and. his wife,. which
finally resulted in the announcement
tlat everything 'had beenr smoother
over. ' : ';-v--
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rived at the Palace yesterday and took
separate rooms on. the: eighth floor,
McClaughry was accompanied by sev
eral detectives whom .he said he - had
hired for the purpose of guarding his
wife, but which Mrs. McClaughry de
clared were keeping up a system' of
espionage; over her. i :
This morning McClaughry stated
tbat the difference - between him and
his wife had been satisfactorily adjust
ed and ascribed ' the trouble': to ill
health, - from which-, both himself j and
his wife ' have been " suffering.. (Mc
Claughry has been acting as evecutor
of the Baldwin estate' and came t& fhis
city to settle some small claims
Two Xew and Speedy. Steamers,
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. DESERVES PRAISE
The Hollister Drug Co. deserves
praise from Honolulu , people for'" in
troducing here the simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture, known
as Adler-i-ka. This simple German
remedy first became famous by cur
ing appendicitis and it has. now ben
discovered that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gas on the
stomach and constipation INSTANTLY.
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The Hawaiian band will give a pub
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Emma Square at 7:20 O'clock. The
March: Mauna Wiii Berger
Overture: French Comedy Bela
Miserere from II Trovatore.. ..Verdi
Selection: II Trovatore. Verdi
Hawaiian Songs .. Band Quintet;
Selection: The Tattooed Man. Herbert
Waltz: After Yon . ..... WahlteuM
Finale: Now and Then . Coote
7 The Star-Spangled Banner. : .
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