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THIt WKKKLY HILO TRIBUNK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, SKPTKMBRR a, 1904.
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;.ilrnu1 for Honors ltli
'The woods are full of them and
as the time draws nigh when the
republican Humiliating convention
shall name the party ticket, one
need not shake the bushes more
than once to see a wild scramble of
possibilities hurrying and scurrying)
some nursing a secret ambition for
a political career, while others are
absolutely refreshing in their in
nocence nnd verdancy. There are
those those that are still unripe,
a few that are just mellow for the
picking, and a number that have
giown old and sear in the storms of
the past. A few there are that
nave been served up once or twice
before to the public, and either
have not been to the popular taste
nor cieated an unsatisfied demand
for more. Altogether there is
offered a motley assortment of
candidates, good, bad and in
different any of whom can be had
for the choosing.
For the Senate, x it has seemed
that Senator John T. Drown would
force his candidacy upon the Young
Men's Republican Club and the
republican party. His term of
office expires and he is up for re
election. While the young men
are not particularly wedded to the
Senator, they will accept him, if no
better material offers. Rev. S. L.
Deslia will not brave another fight
against his former antagonist and
with a sense of propriety of his
profession, cannot be expected to
again undergo the unpleasantries,
of another campaign. V. H.Ship
man of Hilo has been succested. if
he will permit the use of his name.
He would doubtless be a stroiic
candidate with the Hawaiiaus on
both sides of the Island, but as
there is talk of his brother Ollie
Shipman being the democratic
nominee, he might he opposed to
waging a vigorous fight in his own
For the lower house, the names
mentioned are almost innumerable.
Under the rules which Albert
Horner was wise to have adopt
ed in the convention last Saturday,
Olaa and Puna are entitled to one
candidate, Hamakua to one and
the rest of the district, including
Hilo, to two candidates. The
adoption of this program rather
simplifiesthesituation, and prevents
the springing of the proverbial
"dark horse" at the last moment to
carry ofi honors.
There is no decided conviction
among republican leaders as to the
Olaa and Puna candidate. Tom
Cook appears to be in the lead, but
he says his work as road super
visor requires his undivided atten
tion and he cannot afford to resign
his position to make a campaign
and go to Honolulu, if elected. D.
Kelipio, II. J. Lyman and Kewela
have all been mentioned as possi
bilities. In the event of the refusal
of V. II. Shipman to 11111 for the
senate, the alternative has been
suggested that his name be put on
the ticket for the house, which is
generally believed would be a good
move and insure success for the
entire ticket. In Hamakua, accord
ing to the statement of, Albert
Horner, Antone Fernandez who
has recently been converted from
Home Rule ranks is entirely satis
factory and the party could not
select a better man for the place.
In Hilo, however, and those dis
tricts which must join with it on
two names, according to the pro
gram adopted by the convention,
there is the greatest array of states
men. R. A. Lyman Jr., who has
practically been the leader of the
Young Republicans is seriously
considering his own candidacy,
and with the support of the Club
and of the Acting Governor Atkin
son, there is little apprehension of;nges, with Doston
the outcome. The name of I. F i Philadelphia third.
Ray has been variously offered as
the candidate of the Young Men's
Republican Club. Ray is the presi
dent of the Fourth Precinct Club
and has1 a certain following which
might mean success. Homer I,.
Ross is not eligible as a candidate,
by reason or not having resided heie' of pearl keys and gold and silver
three years and repudiates the im- trimmings. Kach machine is Im
putation of the Herald's niiiiotince- ished in different, combination of
ment, which he says would never colors,
jhnvt Ikcii miitle had the writer been
I familiar with the Organic Act.
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J Mil l,CHI.l Will UC lilt I11UM icr-
midablc candidate fir a place on
the ticket. There is an element
in Waiakca seeking his dowulall,
which met with a measure of suc
cess in the last primaries, defeating
him as n delegate to the district
convention. H, H. Nalimu, the
veteran stage driver, who drives the
ark between the post office and
Waiakea, is out for legislative
honors and is leading the fight
against Lewis. The rivalry has
drawn David Spanieling and Kikino
Kealawaa, a former legislator, into
the race, nnd the combination of
elements may catise Jim's defeat.
Lewis polled the largest vote of any
one on tne ucKet two years ago,
but conditions have changed more
or less, and H tin's former represen
tative is not the popular idol with
the young men that he has een.
It is claimed he i 1 not aggressive
enough to suit the temper of the
new movement in the party, and
the plan is to shelve him, if possible.
Chas. Akau, one of the more
promising young republicans, l-y
his tact and modest bearing has
won to his side an array of warm
admirers, who will put forward his
name as a candidate for the lower
house. Akau has been one of the
conservatives in the councils of the
Young Men's Republican Club,
and while not always successful in
carrying to success his opinions,
has instilled into that body a grow
ing spirit of harmony with the old
rank and file of the party. There
is little doubt expressed as to his
election, if placed on the ticket.
which will probably be done unless
there are other forces at work tq
prevent it. The three Smiths: Carl,
J. U. and V. H. Smith have been
mentioned as possibilities. V. H.
says he is' a mnrried man now, and
no longer in politics. The others
say the same thing about them
selves, but where there is a light
ning rod up, there is a suspicion the
owner is afraid he might be struck.
As the head, front and shoulders of-
the Young Men's Republican Club,
Carl S. Smith might be elected
without much trouble, although
the influence of that organization
outside of Hilo has been questioned.
Among other meutionnbles
is A. 13. Loebenstein. 'Alapt'
has still an unmistakable influence
with the natives, but like many
another old war horse of previous
campaigns sits quietly back and
smiles his own smile at the scram
ble for empty honors. The end is
not yet, and no man knows what
two week's may bring forth.
MANY AI.1BNK IN JAILS.
Statistics (Jiveii out hy Commissioner
Washington, Aug. 13. Frank
P. Sargent, commissioner general
of immigration, has made public
the tables relating to the number
of aliens confined in the various
penal and charitable institutions in
the United States in the first four
months of the present year. Only
such aliens ns have been in the
United Stales less than five
The tables divulge a startling
condition of affairs. There are
confined in the institutions covered
by the report 28,939 males and 15,
643 females, all of whom have not
become citizens of the United States.
Of thisnumber 3,995 are imprisoned
for grave offenses, 5,686 for minor
crimes, while 20,279 are insane and
14,604 are confined for life and io,
U2 for more than two years.
In state institutions there are
23i548 persons, 14,979 in county
institutions, 5,358 in private hos
pitals, and 679 in federal institutions.
New York leads in the percent-
gation is being continued.
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