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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4737
DEMOCRATS IN SECRET
SCHEME
CRAFTY CONSPIRACY OF SLY GRAFTERS
Unscrupulous Forces Plan Corruption of Honolulu Govern
ment That Would End In Bitter Labor War
Expose of Organization
Absolute proof has been secured in the last two weeks
that the Democrats have had an organization in operation
among the Hawaiian-American laborers and voters that
would put Honolulu and the Territory under the most com
plete system of Tammany rule that could be imagined. A
reign of boss rule and graft, labor strikes, and political pow
er for a Democratic ring were the ends in view.
The organization was complete and as it was brought into
being, and developed by a man who had been one of the
Rtief gang in, San Francisco there is no doubt of where it was
Intended to lead. '
A more perfect conspiracy to control the labor of the wat
erfront! and the government of the city and Territory has
never been laid out.
Thanks to the activity of the Republican workers and the
good sense qf some of the leading Hawailans, the plot has
been laid bare, but the City and Territory will not be safe
till the originators and managers of the Democratic conspir
acy arc voted down and out.
Tliu Domticiats, working through
the polite unci lo.ul ilcp.irt meulp mill
what pat.oh.ige tlio cltj olllcois or
Demo utile faith . wcro nhto tn bo
rtow, iiii In thn'liibt two vein cio
tiled a chain or wim i IVmrxratl
ilirbH. Ilin iiionibeiu of which nro
pledged to support one nnntiir In
inlltlrs ami gtttlwv work at hirhor
WMf.CS.
Thi'so secret organization slum! I
not be loiifoiimltil with the reputable
boni'lhl.in sucletles of Uiwnllnn
Aineiii.in' nion ami women.
They weie pait ami p irrel of n
scheme l.i I it out on nmrh the simo
linen as the JnpaneEo ware aa.i la
Yiftn, tho plan of the DiMiioernla bo
Ing to hi lug the government niiiler
tlieir eimtrol thrniiKh pioiulm, miili
to the vvorkliiRincn nlung tlio iln ks.
Tcok Iii-Klevcdoics.
AHor lho .'Democratic rlubs of
workers In tlio government employ
hul been formeil, thu managers of
trin luhiino began to reach out mill
-et In thu leaders nf tlio H.iwillnu
Ameili.iu votcip mining tho sieve-
llnll'B.
Tliu cffoit wan successful, mid Si
far eiiceoksful that up to tw n or
tliiro woolis ago the labor along tho
walorfiont of all tho laige fines wis
under the domination nf thraj secret
political cnrletles IT WAS FOUND
THAT NO Itni'Ulll.lCANS COPLD
OUT WOUK AS I.IOUi:itS UNDIMt The Democrats. In other words,
Tin: uni'iMii.iCAN hums. oniy,Tiiuor(iii tiii: conspiracy to
membeia of the Demo ratle societies.
were favored
Thus It was that tlio Demo rvts,
hv pre.iihlng their fnlko immlgia
tlnn diHtilne In public and higher
wnpes on tho waterfront In tlio so-
REPUBLICAN RALLY TONIGHT
ATKAKAAKO
Itopnbltcsm forces will mil tonight
In tho fourth district, nflei a d.iv nf
teat Sunday was quirt politically In
Honolulu, but tonight tho put work
ets will agiln gather lit b title an ay.
'Iho clnilug .two .works vjtf the cam
pilgu pioiiilsn to bu tho Tus'est and
most oniliuslnsile Vivr 'nianv yeais
Two meetings mo Hot for tonluht.
ouo of which la 'semi public. This Is
wNfaj&&f$jj&jii jdj&fc,
3:30 BOITjOIN
10
FOR BOLD
ciet (ounstls, built up an organlm
Hon 'that was IN I'lIUKlICT WOltK-
iNtf oiiduu to no Tin: hiddino
or Tin: i'oi.iticm; hobs.
Tremendous Power. '
Tin so buddies cnuttoUoil upwanU
of two thiiufcand voles enough to
bwu the clot t Itiii of the whole Cult
ures I mill, legislative ami' clt
tlekct.
How it Worked.
The svstcm was lnjil out this way
Tint Doiuoi l.its fostotod tho nils
taken, Idea among tho waterfront la
boms that the Immigration of lltt
inpoitus was hurting tliem.
The Democrats foil theso water
front winkers on the Idea thnt they
could get higher wages If tlioy would
put the Demo rats In power mid
bring tihoiit tho repeal nf Immigra
tion legislation. After this wnsdone
lha waterfiont men woro to demand
higher wages.
Tho Denin rats, of, course, saw
tiouble nliead If the workmen sought
higher wages thnu their emploiors
(imlil nlford to pay, so they nigued
to the poolns that If the Democrats
were put In control of the cltv gov
eminent, tlio Democratic bosses
would then bn In a position to put
men who might lose work on tlio
waterfront Into good mIiir pasl
tlons on the loads and In tho police
forco of tho cltj.
Hi: WOUKIID OI'T T It It O IT (1 II
tiii:si: smtirr sonirriKs. were
promising to look out for tho pnnltjs
at Tin: i:xi'i:nsi: oi-' thc pijj
L1C SKIIVICIJ. If tho POOLAS
fCnntimten1 nn Vtwn 4
HEAR ABOUT LAND LAWS
an Impoitaut galheilug or I'oiluuese
AiiK'iJc.iiia nt l.usltana Hall, vv hern tho
laudliws will be explained, Although
It Is not prlmarll) a political meet
lug. the politic il Issues Involved makn
lit especially tlmelv. Cnvi'tuoi 1'iear
Attnuiit) fii'linial l.liiilsj), Huperlliten
lilent of l'nblle Winks Cauiplitll
I'llnio Kublo niu otlic'i h will addiuss
1 Continued on Pace 4.
PAGES. HONOLULU, TEIMITOHY
FOR
OOT
J
Tho Democratic county committee
nnjl tlii rt'iular county central com
nilttcotiro y jH'sslon today nt Demo
cratic licjiillMiiWprR In tat. WavciIOj
building, discussing n successor for
II. fi. Morse, I ho senatorial candidate
nno mi iioiioiuiii aiiuriy ntirr(ioon
for Iho coast Mnise's departure wiib
tho first Inllmi'lon that tho paity
(eiders had that hu would null
Ills icdgnnllnn tns icceied todav
bj Col. C .1 MeCirthy, the new c-im
pntgu mnnag r, who toil, hold of tho
chaotic Democratic nffnlis th's morn
Ing. C V. Ashford. one nf tho "miter
rilled" In said "n havo senatorial inn
hltlons and nu ; bo assigned to tho
placo left Micfint by Mor.io Morho
gocK t'J th" coast on biMness, It Is1
stn'cd. but t Is t.ik'n for gianted that
ho will not ic'tirn soon
TWO BALLOONS ARE
STILL UNREPORTED
( Aswwtiu il Pr dllit' )
ST. LOUIS, Mo, () t. 21. Two
billrons me dill missing In the long
ills ,iti"e contest which sluited fiom
hero list week. Koiuo of tho hit
loous went as far as a thousand
miles, nit toward tho Canadian
border. ,
NINETEEN LOST IN
WRECKj)F STEAMER
I VnjmplltPi! Trt-HS ClMo )
ST JOHNS, O t. 21. The steam
cr ItecUiiiK has been wrecked nnd
nineteen persons lost.
CRIPPEN'S LIFE IS
SHORTENED A WEEK
(ARKnclltld PnHS PltlK)
LONDON. IJng , Oct. 21. The ilntn
of tho execution of Dr. Ilawley Crip
pen, lotiilrtcd nt tho murder of
Hello Klmore, was today set foiward
a week. Ho will bo hanged on No
vember S.
SIX APE DROWNED
IN CAPETOWN WRECK
CAl'CTOWN, Oct. 21 The I'ortu
guesu steamer Llsboa, tairjlng 250
piihsnugois, was wreckod nenr liei"
toilaj and six Ihes wero loot In the
dlsnstor.
CHINESE ORATOR IS
A HIT ON SOAP-BOX
Declaring for a straight llopubll
i an tit Let, a Chinese voter today
made ouo of tho lilts of thn cam
paign In n speech dell voted from the
llcthol street Enap-box. Clad In
Junipers and dungarees, the China
man novel tholesa in.iilo his speech
Willi so miirh lluency and easy stn
thnt ho compelled ntteutlon mid wns
received with Kiuslderahlo applause
The citfco or Malsukl against the
Icnpld Transit Company foi $non
damages was begun In Judgn Wlilt
ne'H iimrt today The accident lor
which tho diininges nro asked occur
led on March 2S, wlntn ii Itapld Tutu
sit car luu Into and smashed the
buggy ly longing to the plaliitirf. ,
i
.?.ji Jt ii? vhfc ..r-. ft...
Advertising brings
'OF HAWAII. MONDAY, 0CT03ER
Carter Will "See
I Ex-Governor of Hawaii Cam-
paitjnmtj For New York
Candidate.
. Oenrg(n It. Cart r former giircrnoi
(if Hawaii nnl an aned exponent
of tho "strenuous life' prluclpli is
campaigning In New Yoik ns n koi
of relaxation from Hi hardships In
currel on his ant Ion trip. Ho Is
helping Henry I. Silmson, It piihllcnti
eamllilato for governor or the nnmlin
s He and n dcuit letter fioni Now
Yen It savs thai the oxgou-rnor wl'I
"no? Mm iliiougli '
Caller nnd Stlinsou nu lucn
friends since colh'g,. dnjs Caiter is
u graduate of Sliefflebj Scleuilllc
i-chool, Yale, elm s or ss, and SUimon
ucclxed his ilvgno of All thou In
tho same jeir Ilntli mo ndiulrern ot
ltoosoiclt, mid Htlniiioii is tho man
IloOHcu'lf selcctnl ns his candidate
for gmernor of N n York. So when'
tho campaign got hottest anil tho poll
tlcl fur began to III, ox-goveinor Car
tei suielled the smell of bnttlo nnd
Jumpeil Into the finy to hec that Slim
son doesn't get an. thing handed tin
FIGHT
Clx-cLil millet III Wlnli'ss)
HILO, Oct. 21. Trouble brewing
nmnug tho I'lllpiuns cmplojed at I'.i-
li.i.iloa camp broke out Katunl.ij
night when Spo lal OUtrcr Mi Cloud
who Is also nn olllier of the llo.uil
of Health, at tempted to an est one
of their number on it ngranc
clinrge Thn l'lllplno showed llt,Ut,
mid Mi Cloud shot him twlie In the
leg belorc ho wns disarmed Twelve
rillplnos were arrested charged with
earning concealed weapons, 1 he
camp Is In an ugly mood mid fur
ther trouble is feared,
200 DROWNED BY
GREAT TIDAL
WAVE
(Ansnclateil Press Cable )
ItOMi:, Oct 2 A great tidal
wnvii muck Canimli ilol.i Isclilo to
day and JOD people are reported
drov in d, with gient loss of proper!).
Tho wave was sudden and deadly.
s
v MuiMftcr K. S. GJerilrum of i
Houol.u.i plautatlnii has re- 4
slgiiid his position with that
plantation to mrunt a post-
lion lit Porto Klco, J
: , 'lliu dliectotH of tho Hon'o-
: kn.t tompauy met today and
acieptid the resignation of
Mr. (ijeidrum, and tlioy have :
olTiued "tho nianageiiieitt of
the plantation tu , Morrl-
hou, who w'ns until ro cut
months head Itin.v of Mc- -s
t Ilrydo phintatlon. Mr, Mor-
rlsou Is at present In Potto
HI10. and Ills arieptmiie of t
the llouok.ia mauagiuiieut Is
not et cLit.iln
5. 5
t: tt tt tt t: it tt it t: tt :t n n t: , u
A ship Is not necessarily crippled
when slui bus lost one of tho bauds
lloi.tou Ttaui.crlpt,
OFFICER
results you don't have
24. 1910. 10 PAGES.
Him Through"
him. lteports nio that Stlmson, Is
feeling easlor, Carter Is on tho Job
GREECE NEARING
POLITICAL
CRISIS
i
(Spoilt II u 1 1 till C.ililo )
ATIIHNS. (lieeie. Oit. 21 I'ollt
Icil aifnlis in (iiiiic aio appro. uh
III), a (il-lf liueiii.il ilttMatlsfiiit Jnn.
i on i ' i i it" p pei t of further
triiitbii ' It 1 1 Is ill" (.luxe
'lodn the r iltliii i emli el iil'"t
resignation t King (leorge, 'nt t'i"
King refiiKcil to aiiept It
CALL FOR HELP
WAS RANK
FAKE
(Apuoohtrd I'hm Cilte )
NANTUCKirr, .Mats, Oit. 2L A
fool I 1i of malicious f.iker sent out
tho message jestctday tint caused
scenes of vessels to Join In tho ke.irUi
for the M o.n nor Okliihom.i, which
was supplied to bo in ill re peril. A
message purporting to be from tin)
Oklahoma went out over tlioAtlrtntle
calling fTii belli. Toda tho'stenmor
wns heard riom, safe, und lirnmlcd
the mctwsaRe as a take
ROOSEVELT TALKS
PUTIN MEETING
(Hixcfnl Iliilletln Pablo 1
1TIIACX, N. Y., Oct 21 Colonel
Theodoie Hoosovclt, intupiilgnlng for
the Republican cindldate, Hour L.
StluiEon, today repeated his declnrn
tlou that John A Dlx, Democratic
candidate for (loverunr ot New
York Is n uienibor uf thu wall-piper
trust.
AMERICAN ALTITUDE
RECORD IS SMASHED
CSwolill Itllltetln Cillitn V
ItHLMONT PAUIC. N Y. Oct. 21.
Diexel tho Amerlcnu uvlatot, today
tot a new Amuilcau altltiido rccotd
by snaring in an neropluno troro
limn "nun feet lit the lutnruntlonal
meuting hero.
S'JCAR
BN rilANCISCO, Oct. 21-Sllg-
nr !Hi degreen test, II S7c. Previous
iliiiitatlon, :i Sflc Heels: 88 uual
p, its itl; pnlty, 3 II Ou. Ptevloiu
limitation, Us. 3d,
BOSS
yj4dtjywgt&k
to wait for
RULE
i
Judge Andrade
Has
District Magistrate Quits BjencH
As Result of Police Court
Scandal
"Yon may say that the resignation
of Judge Andr.ido Is now on mv desk
nnd It goes Into effect at four n'cloc'i
llild iiftnrnnmi n.ilil f'litnr .liisllcn At.
fred Hnrtwcll of the Supremo Court!
at Helen thirty this morning Just after
Andindc had a live minute Interview
with him.
As to who will be appointed lit tho
pluco made vacant by tho lcslgnatloit
of Andrade, tho Chief Justlco roitld
not sa morel iepllng that Wade
Wuiren Thnver ns second ninglstralo
would lake Urn Ixuih.
It Is thought howevet that.Tliaor
will lio appointed In Audrade's idic
nnd another npisiintiut'iit bo inndo for
tho jiosltloii of hecoud m.irilsltnto
Jildgi. Audi 'ilit wns seen this morn
tug waiting for an oppoiluult) to talk
with Chler Justice llmtvirll ami 1m
was nsked joint-blank In tlio court'
corildor If he was to resign within n
few hours
$2,500 SET ASIDE FROM FUND
FOR CONSERVATION TO START
It was derbbd nt a meeting held In
(loveiuoi Pi car's ofilco this morning
to tako 2."0ii from tlio ConsorXntlon
rninl to stmt tho work of tho central
maikellug Kchcuio to holp the smalt
rainier
Present nt tho meeting were tho
members or tho cnmmlttco which pre
seined Iho report outlining tho tcltcmo
to tlio Chief i:cculivn last week. Dr.
Clark, Messrs. Campbell, Wodohouxo,
Cooko Lindsay nnd Dr. Wilcox, nnd a
long discussion was Indulged.
While no definite plans wero laid
at the meeting tlio Idea of cutting off
12500 from topographlcql survey work
npproprlated from tho Conservation
I'timl nnd devote this amount to start'
Ing tho marketing schemo was. dccld
ed upon. .
Ilwns tho Idea of thc cnmmlttco to
find 11 good man with the proper uuall
fictitious first and then to hive him
work nut the Idea grndu.ill with tho
assistance, perhaps, of tho committee
"Wo wnnt u good man tor this
work," said (iovornor lYcnr today,
"tho placet Is not hi Ing mado Just to
glvo someone H job nnd If we cannot
go Into tlio thing the right ij it ta
useless to go to Into It nt nil "
Continuing tho Oovernor Mild Hint
tho territory could furnish storage for
ptodiiro on tho wharves the lnard of
STRAIGHT TICKET
TALKS " .
E. A. DOUTHITT Votlnn the itralght Republican ticket It a matter '57
prlpclple In this canipalcjn at never before It It the only safe and sano
ticket to vote; It ttindt or tomethlntj. nnd should be taken from toppo
bottom, at aiTaggregatlon of men, vio ttand for somethlrin. M
The split ticket In the coming campaign vll mean a blow at Hawaiian
Industrie!. Even If the head of the
tha county t'eket is not beaten alto
machine. The patronage that can
campaign If the Democrats get thslr
be uted to the detriment of good
SECRETARY E. A. MOTT SMITH
thould he supported by every Republican In tpe coming election, If IsYtij
good ticket and there It no nccettlty of cutltlng It any way If there ever vvasB
a time In the history of this Territory when the ttralght ticket should ibS
iipporico uy every ncpuuiigan voicr,
uMi limilrl rillT It
lWto'riiliiMMlAi'iii''Tpi''-':''w a.-AJ vA;'irii1s"toA'iiVifa r"TM?'
and will (jo anywhere to Ret it. AnJ
ad in the BULLETIN will tell tliem'
where to go.
fllCE 5 CENTS.
Resigned
3 .3
He replied that ho had not mado up
his mind, nnd thai lie had told no oiio
lie was to reslgu When, Informed"
that the slor or his resignation wnfj
on the street he reiterated that ho hail
told no one nnd hid not Hindu up hlfi
mind If ho would Veslgn. jl
Just then wiina ouo coming outfit
.Inslko Hnrtwell's risim loft un oixm
Ing for tho iKilIro maglstrnto nndbo
mado luistu (p nilter. Ho oinorgiJ
less thin flvo minutes later, and whon
n reirirter entered tho room nJmoTt
Immodlntely ho was told that AiS
drndos resignation was on tho doRli
of the Chief Justlco, Although Ilia?
ottlcHl wonlil not suy that 11 rmJ 'JnsT
b en presented ' J
Although no confliinntloii "of tho
Minor can be obtained It Is understood
that Judge Andradu was gheu until
two o'clock this afternoon to tender
his resignation II It was, not U Ii?
Jhat I lino ho was to ho removed froiii
qfilce '
3
Immlirrntlnn emit. I ritrniai. im.-.. winn.
,.. " - ' - II -.. W 11IW1IL
mill ClerIC.ll lllllll ntl.l IV.lnr.il nv.inrlS
. ..... . :. -' -"-! -a
. tiii-iix sinuous couiii rivo ilcmonstrnj
1 linns to the fanners and thejr ngenls.
sirai
ten 1 84
i
....i.fl
in Iho other Islands could bo
ngenls of tho central" market
Thu small fanners nrn to lm tnin-l.T
wlint to crow, when nnd hnw to rmZ&
I it, If tho scheme Is carried out to lit?
thi.iu niiitiiisiiiii, iiiai is too retfj
trul Idea ot tho commlttco, to toll fljej
farmer whnt crops ho can got tho
best ictiirn from and whjn'-'-Huty
thow
should ho put upon tho market
obtain Iho highest prices.
It tft OVTierlnd flint tin. tinvt InnlatA
Iti.n ..lit t,-n l.l ..... . ..?4
......- !,, ju.i.iui- iuiii.-j in carry inos
I-xiniv 1111111K noil tliu sum SOI 1151110 tO
start tho work is merely for tho pf3
' luminaries.
I ti, .. . 1.. .i.. .. ..r?
. nu M"tviiniviii ill litis pitipilHllloU
Is to bo mere) tho cmmiilsslnn iiieH
chant nt first without n cnminUsloii!
I It is not going tn btiv tho produci
frnin Hi fnt-mni- ntt.1 IIiai. u.ill II tmi
I morel) net as go between In thn IiiisQ
IIPRd '.if itll.It.HtlllT ,lf tlin Cn.niAMt
crops
After tlio schemo enta. wnrltnf- II I?
I posslhlo that n Email commission will
MIT t-llillt-I'tl 111! II H Hill K Kll 111 III III II H I
V self suppoi ting nnd not a lvriltorl.il
Cipi'llfeO
Democratic ticket thould be beaten. If,
It meant a continuance of the county
be commanded will be uted In the nenrj
men on -the county ticket, and It wi
cltlienthlp.
The ttraicihl Renubtlcatn. llrW'Z?
iiiai time is in una election and everyl
I ,Jll'f
mwmmtmimmMtxtuk
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