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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1910.
IMBSssaamssta CONGRESS WILL HAVE MANY NEW FACES NEXT SESSION IE 5 ! Insurgency and Death have Played Havoc With the Old Standbies Many of i Hawaii's Friends Go Out. Or to be exact suits for warm days. Wo nave just received a large shipment of light weight clothing in feather Sells warm STOCKS ? There has been no slump in Esfa Our tract is in demand by careful buyers; men who have been successful in selecting lots that show an upward tendency in price and value. D Fort and King St, Upstairs. llanoa Valley The most desirable residence section of Honolulu No shacks and no bill boards. We oJTer for Cf j j TTIF pircT TiT-TTT TFsl ' 111L LLST BL ILT -""t-, IN THE VALLEY. FIN-; ONE OF DENCES ISIIED THROUGHOUT IN NATURAL WOOD. ELECTIUC LIGHTS AND OAS. HOT AND COLD "WATER, MOSQUITO-PROOF ROOMS. GROUNDS TROPICAL PLANTED TO i Tl -D TTTtn I ,TM't SHADE TREES. I Property was built for the owner as ! a residence Is designed to get rid of "housekeepers' troubles." home to take care of. An easy I HATS That Look Right and Wear Right ! ROMAN & FRIETAS HAT COMPANY. OPI". CLUB STABLES. Travelers' Writing Pads A pad of fine writing paper attached to a box containing envelopes. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD. AUTO-LIVERY PHONE Cattcn, Neill & Company, ltd ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS. Second and South Sts.. Kakaako. Boilers retubel with charcoal iron oj tei tr.bes. General ship work. Brown 8c Lyon ! 1 NEW BOOK BY EVERY MAIL, j Popular Fiction. Travels. Scientific j Young Building. CORRECT WEAR : MANUFACTURERS' LTD. SHOE CO., 1051 Fort Street w mm fUSlCfl Ernest G. Walker, t Mall Special to The Advertiser.) J'.KVKULY, Maiv-Hriiusem,. Septem- er 12. Whatever the issue a To tno :;onyr'ssioii:il . election whether I lie 1 it'in c-ra t s or the Kepubli.-ans win ! there will 1 e an unusual number of new l t-o-s id flip n.vt Iuhkp A iiew m-Jor of things is coming there, if not under i one party then muler another. The is true of the senate. The pri have not wrought any great ;es yet i.n the personnel of that out other political developments made it plain that the oM-liners same marit ehan body, have in that chamber are passing cut. The iinance committee, the most pow erful anil desirable committee of the senate, illustrates the change t,hat is ooing on. its L'epublican members, by ihe last print of committee lists, are Aldrich of Rhode Island, Burrows of Michigan. Penrose of Pennsylvania. Hale of Maine. Cullom of Illinois, Lodga of Massachusetts, McOumher of Xorth Dakota. Sinoot of I'tah and Flint of California. Aldrich and Hale have an- i , . i n r.tA V.rti i. 1 f i-Aii flnt ft- l,lit' otfl "I 1 fil iimim r'i uivn milium in n 'i n u j 1 1 v 1 after March 4 next; Burrows, has 1 een defeated for reelection, and "Flint has I also decided to retire. That makes four vacancies in a membership of nine after j March 4 next. Penrose is now assured ! of the mo: the senate. st desirable chairmanship in Rr(,ss ami acmtt.(1 ,.0mmittee rewards . He and Lodge, Met umber ; frm , he Speaker. Sherlev, of Ken : will become the influential j tucUv. j of Alississippi, who re- and Smoot iMi-.i in me ioiii"""s """'c Jaws. There are hut five Democratic mem bers of the finance committee, aeeord- i : a i.i : t- i, j mg to ine i;isi ciinimiuri' uiiii. j. ne,y j were Daniel of Virginia, now dead;; AAnji,. f i cu'i ci rT.i Tx-ttrt rftira ' March 4 next; P.ailev of Texas, who! ! will become the minofitv leader of the i ! committee: Taliaferro of Florida, who ! has been defeated for Teelection bv .1 1 more .froLrressive Democrat, and Sim- mor.s of Xorth Carolina. Many Other Changes. i neve w!ll not.be as many important tne fim week oi October before the changes in some ot the other Ug senate lists f n0Illh,eeS can be completed and commi tees, l,ut the reorganisation wib , a survt,v o the entire unel my(le nevertheless bring many new men loj ibltf; Imliana allll )hio noiniuateil the head of the Jong mahoganv tables ti,. t ... . v , i , ., . . . . , . . ieariv. Iowa came a tew weeks ao. where tne ousmess of the senate isi-u.0 , , ... x- , , m-?- ... . , ! Kansas, alitorma, Nebraska, Michi- S'lven lirelimmarv consideration, ben- j ., , x- .,' ,. , e i- San' JSconsm, and Xew Hampshire ator kale is chairman of appropriations. I r , . . and a new chairman will c ome in there. Tt rim v be Senator Perkins nf f'nlifnr- nia. if his health is sufficiently Vood for i him to undertake to cnide the onerous j tasks of that committee. Otherwise the j chairmanship wiH probablv fall to Sen- tasks of that committee. Otherwise the i lator Warren of Wyoming, who, although o p t, w ; ,t;n o of the best-preserved men in the senate, j John Kean of Xew Jersey and Elmer i J. P.i'.rkett of Nebraska are fighting for j their political jives m this campaign. Boht of them may Le supplantedi. by Democrats. The five Democrats of that committee Te Tillman of South Carolina a very sictv oiitji; v i.i v iii vieiFiia, v imj aisu has been very ill; Foster of Louisiana 'in'l Culberson of Texas, who was so ill that he did njt attend the last ses- si"" of -"nM'ss- Daniel, who was the fjfh member, as already stated, is dead". The minority on that great committee ! is accordingly badly crippled. In the house the committee chairmen, j who constitute the backbone of Speaker ! Cannon's organization, have not suffer- iednany campaign casualty's thus fur ;ll,!l,,ugri certain ot them are in more Jess st re! Charles i . bcott, ot JV.tUStlS. ( ildll lllilll of agriculture, an important place, has fallen outside the I breastworks in the Kansas primaries X. D. Sperrv, of Xew Haven, Conneeti cut, chairman of alcoholic liquor traf fic anil one of the last survivors of the coterie of men, who were instru mental in "building the Monitor during the Civil War, has announced his pros pective retirement. James A. Tawney chairman of appropriations, is having a very hard time winning a renomina- j tiou ami may lose. He is the Speak- j ers rig'ht arm in the house of reprosen- j tatives. Edgar D. Crumpneker, chair- , man of census, and one of only two ; Indiana Republicans who got back to ! congress two years ago, is having ! trouble with his constituency, although ; his district is so overwhelmingly Re- j publican that he will probably pull ' through. ; .lame-! if. Miller, ot Kansas, chair man of elections committee number two, has also fallen, and Benjamin P. How ell, of New Jersey, chairman of immi gration, is flying a signal of great dis tress in his campaign for renomination. Colo isel Roo-evelt has put a candidate Into the running against h"m in the fh!rd Xw Jersey di-trict. William A. b'eeder. chairman of irrigation, is an other Krsnsan, who went down in the primary battling and "Richard Wayne Parser, ""chairman of the very import ant jaili'-iarv comm'ttep. which the critical call "Speaker Cannon's grave yard fur iuideani"h!e bills." is n s..rrv plight. Tt is doubtful if ho can win a l'-nominat ion ;,T" i h that it is t'.1! Tnor.-i (bnibtfnl whether lie fill he teelefed. John J. Caniner. Ot I li,n Atlainie 'ry district, ('.: i lnlior. ;t c,irn nut tee of no m : n nan of r ra: nj. ' -! I K I 'W ! ! .Ti.hn iToirn. d I -i '.ii' irv i e n a he:!!1 ,;. of ot tvinli' ),., T... At,. rhairmari nf : it tee. wa m V, will"! the !ie, the ;i of f r,n e F. tinir. ent str:cr, a fTa : r verv tir-r battl er.-i--ifi".:i enco. (-enri ,iri' - n'-d vn vntiia c-"iti no rn aura'!! Hi-iT r-y ri 1 nn:: n e-sr!r ; ) -.V'i'l. I Some Still Fighting. Af-i T - tll!l 1 IM- : ft: r-iirariii. are fray and have b.-' a -t Til r- i 1 H" v i.n- d.-- We.-V ;.1..i,,--i.r..r of of ! I aniri-'nr Mi-- -. n ,r v Fil er : ; Xovr BtM-S !,-t o f M.n .-ii.i-lvrr.ia: . of iriroi-: Maan. "f II- TT.t-.t-'vtc: M i- f v.- I'Mknta; h'odonberg, ,f Illinois; Dris eoil, i.f New York; (iaines, of West Virginia; .smith, of Michigan; Prince and .Me Kmi ley. of Illinois, ami Yree Jand. of Mew York. The great committees of the bouse, as made up by Speaker Camion, have lmr suffered much. There are eleven Republicans on house aprepriations Tawney, of Minnesota; Ibiigham, of Pennsylvania; Brown low, of Tennessee (deceased); Gardner, of Michigan, a Civil War veteran, who has been 'de feated for renomination; Oiilett, of Massachusetts; Smith, of Iowa; Ciratl', of Iowa: ex-Speaker Keifer, of Ohio; Snapp, of Illinois; Taylor, of Ohio, and Malby. of .Yew York. Gardner is the only one who has been beaten thus far for renomination. Fitzgerald Prominent. There 'has been some pruning of the bst of six lK-moi-rats on appropriations. Livingston, of Georgia, the ranking Democrat, was superseded at the Geor gia iiriaianes. leaving Fitzgerald, of 1 A'ew York, as the man likely to be j chairman if the next house is Demo cratic. It is entirelv probable, how- t' VtT that the Democratic O I HOIlOcrfi T iC nii?lL-f.r it .... .,.,,, i,i r, ri,,mn rwi.- V i;MJrt wouiU supplant him in favor ot Repre sentative Ruriesim ot Tevns 1...,..; n Fitzgerald allied lu'msolf with'th., 'a'- rioi! forces at the beginning of the con- t;res from public life March 4 next. j and Keliher, of Massachusetts, who is ! having a hard fight for reelection, are I the remaining Iiemoerats on aiiroiria- tiot! Campaign Opened. The congressional campaign is now Irit,T well "opened,"' but the hard battling will not begin till well to- ward the first of October. A number the big eastern States have not yet i made their nominations. New York, i Xew .Jersey, and Massachusetts are no i fjible insf;ini-es It -iviil t-Qll lot,. ept ember. x i V.. 1., O ' .1 ''' lUL congressional j i ' uiijv i a in, v,uii V""1" 'V Kullu "r I in in eiy into me iray. rue itepuDii- caus, as usual, are better organized I .... 1 1. - ..1 . t . l l nae ueeu eoiiuuciinr consuieraoie 1",tial work tmt th.eir headquarters m ;New lol'k iUul -'h'Cat'o are far from ',eino the bustling hives ot effective c;tniiaigu iiiuusiry inai iias oeen seen in former years. The committee man agers have been more or less iiaralvzed by the Insurgent warfare ainl the hos tilities inside the party. Sherman Eclipsed, Vice-President Sherman has been touring the west in a series of speeches, delivered under the auspices of the Re publican congressional committee. However, with President Taft circling into the Northwest and Colonel Roose velt stumping from one populous cen ter to another populous center, " Sunny Jim" did not have Hie wide publicity he otherwise might, have had. Tht congressional candidates have been very busy in their own right, making speeches and renewing ac quaintance, but with an exception or two, as noted, the big campaigu orators have not yet gotten into the swing. A few went into Vermont where the election has already been held and the two Republican incumbents returned for another two years. During the past week, there has also been consid erable movement of orators into Maine. Empire State Struggle. The estate campaign in Xew York, promises to be of almost as much in terest as the congressional campaign. There will be fast and furious work all during the mouth of October. The loss of the Empire State would be a : ser'mus blow to the Republicans and ! to I'olonel Roosevelt. The party i will not yield without the most deter- mined struggle. Its leaders tht'ough j out the country would rather see any i other State g" Democratic than Xew ; York; for Democratic Xew York has ! always given the Democrats great hope I of carrying the ensuing presidential ; elect ion. Furt hermore New Yrk State wiU ihave a large influence this year in de termining whether the next house of j representatives is to be Republican. : There is a dozen Republican districts ; in that tate which might slough off ! to the Democvacv. A big Democratic i wave in New York always is j i 'nimeet ieur and New .Jersey, two States mit'ht and halt' a felt in whi.di dozen 1 .-H; i M-( :l t f.i Uei'U W leans. " Middle And yet a!' mjircx :U the ju are if West Combat. the (viden.'ev tend to i. Indiana and liiinoi- v tlint iih in ihe middle West will be a mighty ba! t leixround of tiie coiiresiona i .-aiii- us v. Only thio elects a covvnor. ail three States arc in more or an tr. rinoi'i. wl:ii-h wi'l cti'iii f I'epui'lii-au inn 'cl' :-lat ures ui'iu-uallv 1 s f- r'ae Til'll ( i has i- n; n: irane ,i .r : I.e.-.. j wliore i ti. : '. C in l-e j curative ! i t lllivin;' : a law. V t II. w !: a ri tl-IHll- 1 -! t!i. -re ( with the .:-..-end a (. hi. :L T.nriiao OS-i i. of r i mi i a ' I. at t.r o-r till OH e Ot a i with- 11 g r a if a littb r ,!ays roiiti- c ot s ;ia:n. r : n r en! erjtr.;: '! three of these it-a-i'. at ess C " .- .Vn m ; ;:; ; ft i :i ... .PS? IVflo This is an exclusive feature of Regal Shoes, to which we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. In addition to the usual half and full sizes, Regals come in the one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in between. This gives you just til.' 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He had an invitation to Atlantic Citv a long time ao, and declined it, aom- with numerous other invitations. . n t of late has been dispose. I to reconsider. These visits, if made, will necessitate the President leaving Beverly hare this weel, prul-a' !y Saturday, and he will nut ref'.ir n. according to pre-ent lans, until the erv tpt of O. toi-er. Stays Strictly on Earth. One of th tn.-st interesting tr ps the President ha- taken lately was to the aviation meet The other day at Bo-ton. .fust after ): rett.rned from Sr. Paui. lie decided upon a motor trip to s.uian t'on. which is a parr of Boston, and in the late at ;.-i n..o!i spent an hoar seeing the living machines in operation. Mrs. Taft and I -- He'en ac ompar.ied him. and loth were kf-en'y interested. The aviators were profu-e w'th invitation to take extra pas'songe- up that dny. 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