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TWO NEW MEMBERS CHOSEN TO
Notwithstanding the fiu-t that all
manner of objections had been made to
the meeting of tho Territorial commit
tee of tho Uepuhllcau party, a call for
which was Issued by Hon. II. I. Uald
wln. there was noverthelesn u lonilng
together of the powers In tho Republi
can headiiuarters, Elite building, yes
terday" afternoon at a little after 4
o'doik. It wns thought that thr meet
ing would be a tdiort one but thr com
mittee, on completion of the principal
business of the afternoon, thr election
of two additional men as members of
tho Central lommltteo, found several
other mattciK that would offer further
relief and net for the good of the par
t) Thus It was Hint the committee sat
until about :3u o'elixk. Those pres
ent were as follows Andrew Cox, J.
P. Cooke. J. W. Jones, C, V. Wilcox,
.1, A, Kennedy, pioxj by J. P. Cooke;
W. (1. Walker, bj Cooke; (). I Uen
ton. by Cooke; Peter N. Kohokiioluna,
by Cooke; 11 P. llaldwln, by Cooke!
J. H. Fisher. (1. P. Kiim.iuohn. by .1. D.
Paris; I.. J. McCnbe. by Frank Pahla;
II. F. Sainlow. by 1). II. Wright: .1. A.
IMInici. by Wright; t. lirandt, by
Wrlqht; fko. 11. Hudily, T. McCunU
Stew ait; Matt McCann. by Stewart;
II. 1.. Holxteln, by Stowuit; A. N. Ke
polkal. Hon. II. I, llaldwln not being pres
ent, the committee cast about for n
clialt mail and finally, J, P. Cooke,
nominating Col. J. Walter Jones, ho
was unanimously chosen tu uct as tem
porary chairman. Col, Joins nsked It
thcru was any objection to outsldeis
being present and, no one saying a
vvoid, the newspaper men weie allowed
to remain for the fun.
Chairman Jones evidently believed
In getting to work Imiuedlntel) for ho
stated the business of the afternoon at
once tis being tho election of two more
members to the Central Committee and
then culled for suggestions as to mode
of piocedure. J. P. Cooke was on liH
feet at once, moving that two members
be chosen at large to be added to tho
Executive Committee, making eleven
at large, to constitute the Exeiutlve
Committee. Seconded by Senator Pa
T. McCants Stewnit objected to liny
biuh eoiirse us the one suggeited by
Mr Cooke's motion saving. "Ml. fhali-
I mini. It can't be dour under our Miles,
I unless we commit un act of levoli-
tlon." Mr. Stewart then ptoceeded to
rend fiom the rule of tho convention
held September 24. 1900, by which thu
two bodies the Tcriltorlal Committee
and the Central Committee were, cre
ated. Tbnt particular portion, fixing
the membeishlp of the Centtnl Com
mittee at nine, was piessd forward
with tpeclal emphasis. Thn speaker
.'uutl'iiitil that, by these ruls Ui
hands of the Territorial Committee
wire t ed mil that It coul I do nothing
t. al'er Hie situation, no matter how
necessary u change might he.
At this point J. P. Cooko, -iddresslng
Mr. Stewart, said: "But Mr. Stewart,
tl.e suggestion came fiom )ou." Tho
number from Kallhl did not deny the
fntl but stated that, nt the tlmo ho
ni'jc'o the suggestion, he was under
p.iasm J from the active minibiS
from tho Fifth District who resisted
In confronting him on all hands with
thr words. "Why dun't we spt n move
on ouibelves?" Answering Mr. Ocoke
directly, .Mr. Stewart said: "If jou
remember, I said at the tlmo that I did
not know If we had tho power. I did
not have the tlmo Jtibt then to look up
the question, but have done so since:
unci, after all, this meeting Is not call
ed foi the special purpose of Increasing
the racnbcrshlp of the Central Com
mltteo to eleven hut to take such fur
ther steps, etc., for the good of tho
partj. No specific relief was asked
Having finished the discussion of his
point, Mr. Stewart offered an amend
ment to the motion of Mr. Cooke,
which the Introducer said ho believed
would settle the dllHculty. It pro
vided that any member of the Central
Committee leaving Honolulu or the
Islund of Oahu tempoinrlly should glvo
ws proxy in writing to n member of should elect Its representative. The
the Territorial Committer or to a speaker Insisted that the lulea pio
member of the convention; und In tho vltlctl that executive committeemen
event of thu failure of such member so 'were to be elected by the district corn
to do, the icinalnlng members of tho tulttces.
Executive Committee shall appulnt a I Another motion to have tho new
member of the Territorial Committee
or a member of the convention to uct
until the return of such member leav -
Jng Honolulu or the Territory of Ha-
wall, the appointee to be from the same
district of thu absent member.
Mr. Stewart continued that. If thero'
was nn opening of the Wd suggested
In the motlou of Mr. Cooke, thero
vsouhl be no end to similar acts of
revolution and It would turn out to bu
nnother cuBe of chickens coming homo
to roost. The, Territorial Committed
had fallen Into Innocuous desuetude
nnd It was necessary that something bo
done to change the situation.
,Chalrman Jones called Mr. Stewart
to order, telling the speaker to confine
Himself more closely to the matter be-
fore the committee. Mr. Stewart
finished bhortly and again nresentcd
Chairman Jones ruled the amend- stood as follows: Jones, IB; Qllman, l" 'l tnlM ,,n ears
ment out of order, stating that It was H nn! Lane, 11; Oilman winning over "' Buy' Itliont fear of contradlo
not In the naturo of an amendment but ,no accredited nominee from tho Fifth tlon' ,nat on a" f'o sreat cconomlo
nn entirely new matter. Mr. Stewart District. questions of today tho Republican par
protested vigorously, and cited as an At this point, Mr, Stewart arose to ' ls slit and has proved Itself right.
Instance to the point, n case In a law Protest against what ho termed an Kveiy piomlse made at thot. Louis
making body In which a resolution was "unholy alliance," which deprived the convention has been kept and prophecy
Introduced, censuring a member. An executive committee of such an excel- naB DPCn fulfilled to iho letter."
amendment was thereupon made, ex- ,ent citizen and Republican ns John' " "
operating tho member. This carried c Lnno, nnd the I'lfth District of rep-1 A graceful net of invercnce to thu
nnd the whole Intent of the orlglnul rfsentntlon. Duchess of York is reported from
motion was changed. Mr. Stewnrt then Introduced tho fol- Ohlnemiitu, New Zealand. After
Chairman Jones stated that ho might lowing resolution, which wns adopted: alighting from the coach they had tu
bo wrong but ho had ruled that way. If "Hesolved, That tho following rule tiaveuo a lather muddy load leading
Mr. Stewart Wished to have a vote on B0 adopted, .nnniely; The executive "ie village. This was noted by the
the ruling, he could. Mr. Stewart said rommltteo may appoint nn adv'lsoiy native clergsmnn, Uatama To Awo Vb-
lie did not want anything of the kind
but he would leave tho matter to any-
one skilled In parllamentniy law to say
(lf ''la stand was not correct.
Mr. Wright KiM Hint thf whole trou
ble hml hern that It wan liiiposslbln to
rpcuren quorum lit tin- Kxecutlve Com
mittee. If It was desired to lmvn tlm
Kipulillc.in party amount to.n "ilamn,"
something would have to bo done, lit
did not believe In sticking too close to
tho Central Committer.
It im Senator I'.irN'n linprcndi)n
that tho amendment of -Mr. Stewart
would help thr p.irty out In the future
hut not In the present. Mr. Stewart
answered that hi believed thr com;
mlttrr was disposed to do tho safe
thliiK In anj event. The Incentive,
Committer should he kept In running
Just here. Mr. Kluher nokcil which
body was paramount, the Teriltorl.il
Committee or the Incentive Commit
tee ami Mr, Stewart answered thai tho
former most certain!) was pat amount.
Mr. lusher then continued, n:i)lng that
too intirli htiHlnetH hail been ilune with
in the (onflnes of the KxecutUe Com
mitter hy four or IHe membets. It
was ton much of n eloiu lotporutlon.
He then went on to MiKKeHt that, if
the Territorial Committer as a whole
should lnstnnt thr KxeeiltUr Com
mittee, they would be reason.ibl) ex
pected to do It.
Mr. Stewart mild again that the ion-
filtliin of September. 1!0U, li.ul fixed
thn luleii anil that, if thn Territorial
Committee euujd ihatiKc thin organic
act In one respect, they louhl i bunco It
In uti other.
Mr. Wright said that It the conven
tion made a mUtuke, it wan no reason
why the Teriltorlat Commlteo nhoulil
make another mlMake.
At this point, the vote on thr oil-1
glnal motion to luuenxu thr member
ship of the Kxeetitivr Committee was
taken and It was found that there were
IS neri and C noes. The mutton was
.Mr. Stewart then lead again thn
amendment lie had offered, thl time
putting It Into the nhupu of un Inde
pendent motion. Judge ,Kepolkat was
railed to the (hair and Col. Jones ad
dressed the committee. Ho was In
favor of the resolution. However,
thcie was something In It that should
be carefully lonsliteied. In his opin
ion, those taking the places of absent
members of the Executive Committee
should be chosen from tho Tcrrltoiiul
Committee or the District Committees
Instead of the Tciiltorlul Committee or
the convention for the ii'umiii that tho
district committees were alwau moio
In touch with the political dulngs with
in their respective boundaries. Col.
Jones put bin remarks In the form of a
motion but withdrew It later un when
tho suggestion was made i.iat thn
choice be from the Territorial Com
mittee. Mr. Stewart mado no objec
tion to this latter amendment and liln
resolution finally passed In the follow
Resolved. That the following ruin
be adopted, namely
Any member of the Executive. Com
mittee leaving the island of Oaliu, or
the Territory, temporarily, shall give
Ills proxy in writing to n member of
the Territorial Committee; and In thu
event of his falluie su to do, the re
maining members of thu Executive
Committee shull appoint a member of
the Territorial Committee to act until
the return of such member leaving tho
Jslund of Oahu or the Territory, as
aforesaid, the uppointee to bo from tho
fame district of the absent member.
All rules or partH of rules inconsistent
with this rule uie hereby rescinded.
At this point, the names of Col. J,
Wulter Jones and John C. Lane were
announced by Secretary Hendry as
paving been recummcmled fiom tho
Fourth and Fifth districts respectively
lor places on the Executive Commit
tee. Dr. Illicitly hero suggested, apropos of
certain action taken early In the meet
ing, that some conscientiousness bu
shown by the committee and that tho
welfare of the party as u whole be
carefully looked utter.
Mr. Stewart here stated that the
Fifth did not propose that tho Fourth
committeemen elected "at large" was
Put and carried and this of course
""do the lecommcndutlons from tho
executive committees of the district
commltecs absolutely worthless. They
iwerecnot even read.
Mr.' Fisher remaik'ed that since the
committee had chosen to break away
fiom the inles, thcie wus nothing tu do
but to take tho bull by the horns and
The chair announced that uomlna-
tlons for the two places on the Exccti-
Hvo Committee weio In order. J. I".
Cooke nominated Col. J. Walter Jones.
T. McCants Stewart nominated John
C. Lane. There! was a pause and Judge
Kepolkal had Just moved that tho
nominations close, when Mr. Cooko
'nominated J. A. Oilman. Mr. Stewart
followed by nominating P. Archer tint
this name found no second. The vote
'""niltteo to consist of such a number
,0 hPrV0 for Biich n time as It deems
ue"t. whose duty It shall bo to aid such
lomniiueo 111 tno conduct of party af-
fairs In such manner as It shall pro
Mr. Stewart's next resolution, a!j
udopled, was at follows;
"Hesolved, That the follow Ing rut
be adopted, namely: All appointment!
to olllie In the public service should
ho mado. as far as practical?, upon
the Indorsement of a majorlt of tan
executive lommlttee of tho district
committer of the district In which the
applicant leuldes, and Hie rxec-utlvd
rommlttie of this Territorial lomralt.
lee. Alt nib's or lesolutlons or parts
thereof Inconsistent with this uilu ara
The third lesolutloii by Mr. Ste.
att. which vvaa as follows, was lost
"Hesolved, That tho executive com
mittee be und Is berub authorised iaJ
directed to ascertain what appoint
ments havu been made tu office In tho
vuilous Territorial departments sine
thr continuation hy the Senate of the
Governor's appointments nnd with
what Indorsements, and report thr re
suit of their Investigation to this com
mittee at Its next meeting."
The vote on this stood 9 to 10 but
at the end, Mr. Wilcox, who had votted
"kanulua, changed this to no, niaku
the vote 9 to U.
Mr. Stewart then moved a resolution,
on the death of PieBldcnt McKlcisy
which was adopted. CopieH will be
Bent to Secretary Hitchcock, M A
llann.i mid Mrs. McKlnley.
Mr. Wright moved that any merr.oer
of the executive committee absent frou.
tho Teirlluiy for a period of slv:
months shall vacate his seat and the
CVntiul Commlteo shall fill It. Carrie I.
1 S oTIJLJN POLITKiS
Delam.ule. O., Oct. 19 The opening;
of thr Ohio Republican campaign herd
today was the most l.iik'dj .ittendet
Inr J ears. A feature of the occasion.
fiom the opening piajet of Piesldcnt
n.ishfoid to th closing peccb of Sen
ator Hauna, was thr 11 mombruuee f
McKlnley and "n nppMi for the s'p
poit of President Ituusuvelt. Ooven.or
Nash and Senatuis Foraker unci Han
nn made addresses When Senaior
Foraker leferred to Piesldent House
veil entertaining Professor Hooker T.
Washington "as a lepresentatlvo ot
thr luluied lace," there weiu demon
stratlous of appiovul by llir many cj!-
oreil people present,
j The greatest demonstration of tl. 1
uny was wnen Senator itanna declare.!
be did not Intend to tj til t politics nor
resign as Senator or chairman of tru
Republican National Cumiultou. Tea
rrowd assumed that Senator Hunr.A
was referring to his fellow townsman.
Maor Tom L. Johnson. Major John
son today mingled freely with his poll
ticnl opponents nnd was accorded .1
seat on the platform during the spell
ing. Senator Hanna said:
"I feel the Inspiration of this hour,
It Is u Republic un day. This Is Repub
lican weather. The bright sunshln
has pleieed through the gloom which
has held us like u pall for thirty day
and mure; and In that tlmo we hava
waited with boned heads and nchlr.s
hearts. Every prajer and uveiy tear
cutne fiom thn nations heart. And
now that thu time has passed when
the flag Is to remain at half-mast and
can he again lalxed at the mast head
wo are reminded of our duty. We aro
called Into another line of dut and
under fheso Influences we ftel the re
sponsibility of thut duty. Wn are con
pelled to think solemnly and set lously
of tho sltuatlun. and. although thh
may be but a Stuto campaign, It U
tiaught with much Importance und Ita
effect will be us generally felt us nn7
campaign ever held In this or any other
State. I will repeat ni text of 190J,
'Let well enough alone.'
"Those nre serious questions to every
man; serious (incstluns to our rituta
and nation; and it Is within our power
to continue It us It Is. or to go back to
tho conditions which Senutur Foraker
has so vlvldl described.
"hollowing that terrible tragedy,
from which this country will not ra-
covcr in months or years, them rami
an nw fully bolemii moment to every
thinking man In the United States, and
when President Roosevelt uttered
those wolds to the American peoptu
which have been repeated heio today.
110 11111 11 witn tun most serious Intent
to scive tho best Interests of his coun
try and to sec 111 und Euurnntco a coa.
tlnuance of this confidence among thev
people; and he meant every word of it.
"Let no one shake your faith In tho
conditions of this country today, ici
onecting tliose who have tho rcsponsl
blllty. I am not going to retlie from
polities or public duty. I liuvo no It
tentlon of resigning the chairmanship
ot mo National Coramltee."
After lepeated demonstrations the
'1 nm going to stay here nnd sen
Is'aal1 nmI I'ornker and others through,
iuku wl' tok "f his korowul mat,
nml Hnlelgh-llke. threw It In tho worst
PlnCH n which the Duchess would have
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