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j"' 'v .7,"-'- "wfT.-'"- EVENING nUM.ETIN', HONOLULU, V. II.. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, lflOS. ' a - TAYLOR WROTE LEE LET BRIBERY STORY FOB TSSER SHERIFF lAUKEA'S CHIEF OF DETECTIVES TESTIFIES UNDER OATH THAT HE WROTE ARTICLE OF FEBRARY 9. IN WHICH HIS SENSATION WAS SPRUNG ALSO WROTE ONE OF RECENT LEE LEf STORIES THOMPSON DRAWS OUT CLOSE RELATION OF TAYLOR AND FORMER EMPLOYERS. Leimhardts Chocolates, French Mixed, Marshmailows Shop Early Tomorrow i We close at 1 p.m. 'P On account of early closing wc want to crowd a full day's business in a half-day's time, hence these Remarkable Specials Ladies' Hose White, Black, and Tan in plain and lace ankle. 35c quality, Tomorrow till 1 P. M., 155 pr. Night Gowns Yoke of hemstitched tucks. 75o quality, tomorrow till l' P. M., 50 each. Bath Hats- All colors. 75c quality, tomorrow till 1 P. M., 50 each. Hair Pins Straight and crinkle, all si?s. 5c packnee, tomorrow till 1 P. M., 2 for 5. Alpacas Double width, all colors. 75o quality, tomorrow till 1 P. 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Afinln Taylor staled that ho wroto nn article for tho Advertiser last Tues day. H was conclusively shown thai tho morning paper and Tnylor were working together, iiotnlthstntidlnK the fnct that Tnylor testified his pay from tho Advertiser slopped when ho went on tho police force, and this was the definite point at which Thompson In his defense was working. Frank Thompson made Tnylor tell whcio he wns born, anil oery placo he had been, what ho had clone for a living, up to tho time of his coming to Honolulu. Ho was only In Honolulu a shoit time the first time, when ho went o Manila for his health, ictiirn Ing however, and going, to work for tho AdU'rtlser. Ho stated that he woiked on tho Advertiser until Jan iipiy, 1007. 11 nnk Thompson asked Tnylor when he left the employ of tho Advertiser, to which Tnjior answered that his salary stopped on tin- morning paper as Mion nn ho accepted the position of Chief of lletectlycs under Sheriff lau km. . "Hnio you written nrtlMcs for the Advertiser since that time?" asked Thompson. "Yes, n fow," answered Tnlor. "I wroto one last Tucsdn nnd furnished Information for other stories." adding nn no afterthought, "its I do for nil tho papers." "Look this over carefully, and tell mo If yon wroto It," said Thompson showing htm an Advertiser of Febru ary !), 1907, containing the first ac count of tho alleged I.eo Lct bribery. "My reports nro there," stated Tay lor. Continuing ho said that his re ports hnil been given to Mr. Smith of tho AdU'rtlser ns n friend, not espec ially for the paper. "Can j on truthfully say that you did not havo any Idea tho wero to be published?" broke In Thompson, sharply "I can," replied Tnylor. "However, I was not especially surprised when they wero printed." Taylor was next shown n copy ol tho Advertiser of February IS, asking htm If he hud written the Lee Let nxt Icles In the Isme l.nrn.ich object"!) on (lie gioimd that It wns Iniinnii rial "Immaterial! H Is nnythliiri else but Immaterial," cried Thompson. "It Is the tnif't material question we havo met with vet. I hnio a right to show In the Jury In what condition Taylor's mind was al that time, its bias and piejudlroi. There wero four hundred or mote articles In tho Advertiser, Just llttlo squllis sometimes, but this con stunt pounding Is what hurt, although the single article might not count for much. I want to show tho Jury whotb er oi not Tailor Inspired these art 'Idea, whether or not ho furnished the information for or wiote them, and !whal his luteiest In the whole mat iter wns." ) Judge Hoblnson overruled the ob Jeeiloti and Thompson continued. Tlioirpviu picked out ten articles Willi h he cmiMdi'ied most Impoitunt to Mud out whether or not Taylor wiote thrm Tailor admitted wilting a large p.nt of tin urtlcl" In the Ad lortlM't- of lc I man fl I'.miT. and hav 'Ing written nud fuciilahed the Infoi mu tton for a numli of oilnr articles The at tlclo In question was plnjed tin by the Advertiser In largest headlines across tlio tiout p-ige Republican Trimmers THE CHOICEST STEAKS THE FINEST CUTLETS Tomales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs. THE MANHATTAN CAFE Fort near Hotel. The Orpheum SALOON is right close to the theater, where you can get the Bestof Every thing todrink. ' CONSERVATIVES AT WORK PREVENT ANY RADICAL DECLARATIONS' TO Washington, May many Republicans In !0. Thcro urc Washington of good party standing who finr that an attempt is to'bo mado nt tho Nntlonat Convention to put tho party In the position or trying to carry water on both shoulders. They fear that thero will bo a lack of courage shown In the resolutions which will mako op. the party platfoim. These ltepubllcaua say prestige has come to the party ns a peoplo's party within tho laBt fow yenrs and that It would bo suicidal not to glvo the fact recognition. Tho younger Itepuhllcin members In the House of ltepiesentutlves. and pnrtlculaily the younger members wIiom! electlonn was duo to tho par ty's progrcsslio policies, suy that r. backwaid step will menu their de feat, and as a necessary consequence the loss of tho House of Heprcsenta tlves to tho Republican party. With a platform which does not enrry ,n specific pledge that tho Republicans! will go foiwaul In the future ns they hnio gone forwnid In tho icccnt past, these members declare that Uryiiu Democrats will be found occupying their seats In tho Sixty-first Congress. See Rocks Ahead. it Is possible (hat it Is only natural for tho ltepubllcaua who havo been elected In clogo districts to express fear first for themselves. They not only fear, howovei, that-io-clcctlon cannot como to them, but they fear ns well that with a national conicii Hon expression that Is n shambling compromise between piogre3slon and reaction, tho head of tho ticket will bo In sore dangir. Tho trend of things, theso members say. Is along new lines, and that any attempt to stand still or, worso yet. to show a tendency to follow oldllnes, will send Into the Ilryan innks of tho lliyan following thousands of Roosevelt Re publicans. No ouo In Washington who knows William Howard Tall doubts for u moment that ho Is Just ns liberal In his tendencies as Is Theodoro Rooso lelt. Mr. Tuft, If elected, doubtless will surprise ninny of tho gentlemen who havu claimed that a set couscr nnd tho methods that were a part of tho Whllo Houso program bcfoie Mr. Roosevelt entered that historic build log. It does not take a long acquaint nnco with the Secretin y of War to make it certain thnt lie can no more retrogress than Theodoro llodsevelt can retrogress. Mr. Tnft doubtlesB not only Intends to curry out such oi tho policies of the present Admlnls trillion as are not yet In printed form In the law books, but he Intends also' to proJnnd certain new policies of' his own. In which no one will bo able to find u trnce of those things which! reaction seems to love. Leaders In Control. Ileielopments In tho Republican field In the last few days tend to show a well marked design on tho part of the leaders who lime been In oppnsl Hon to Mr. Tnft to hold down tho delegates nt tho conicntlon to ex pii'sslou of opinion that will smack neither of progress nor of reaction. In other woiils, these opposition lead ers desire that the Republican gather ing shall be a mere trimming affair full of prnlscs for the good work done. yet with more m less idled state ments thnt it Is pn3slh1o for n good work to go too fin Thcso oppohltiun leaders would hnie Jt thnt noUilug must bu said that will offend cllliir Wall Sheet or tho Wcbtern plains. They say under cov rr to tho men who may hnio com en i tlon Influence tli.it It won t do for the delegates to hit oat from the should er ngulnst the nhtiboa which In tho last few yours liaie uroused tho con science of tho country. Much has been written about It In tho last fow davs, b it It may bo said again, nnd said possibly with advan tage to somo who do not thoroughly naming of Julius C".isar Harrows us tho temporary chairman of the Re i publican National Convention was a part mid paicel of tlio trimming pro gram of those men who, finding that they could not iiaim tho party's presl dcntlal candidate, at onco undertook tho work of preventing as far as pos siblo tho dliect committing of tho convention to the jollcles which for seven yenrs tho mascs of tho people hnio been applauding. Burrows a Conservative. Mr. nurrows Is n conservative gen tleman who likes not what he calls Btrnngo ways. With him conservnt ism Is an Idol, and progress is an nun thctua. Yenrs ago. when Mr. lluirnws was In tho Houso of Reprcscntatlies, ho was a great maker of speechi'3. Since ho has been. In the Scnato he lias said llttlo and has moved very softly. 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