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REPUBLICANS START CAMPAIGN
YEAR; SET IMPORTANT DATES
"Campaign )car" wan opened last which to complete Its report
night when the Republican Tcrrlto-i Endorsements Succeed
rlnl Centrnl Conimlttoo got together
for ntlove fount nml harmony session
In Republican headquarters, Jnihl
"Amonir tho more
dorscment made li
committed are- T. II
"M patients mrar'atily ptilra I he action of your
lori." W. W. Turn in, M. D .
BuOdo, N. V.
"Dnrlngmrmftllfal practice) 1 knew of Mr. Ml
caae wbcroye-ir Oa.torlft M,-trriirrtbtl and ti.t-d
with good icialu." K.Moi-eiiamti, )
"Tonr Calorie U crrtattily tho grrntftat renidr
for .-hiMp-n 1 know of. I knoir tio rtbtr pro
prietary preparation which li In rqnil."
B. S. bCBWltllK, M. P .
Esuuu thy, Jto. J
' t ne rant CutorU n 1 a-lvlf It u la til
families srbcto there ar children "
J. W. DiMLU.1, M T)
'To.r('iirtor(lillio N.t rrmrdy In the world
for rl lldrci ntid the only one I u.o and rccoiu-
ClCud." AtSCS Vt BWETLASD, t. D ,
( Oiniha, Neb.
"IharottftedjrnurCaiforleM a purgallre In the
cm of children for jeara p.t llb moit bPP7
f fleet, end fully ebdone It a ft ifo remnlx.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
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Established in 1883
BERLIN, C. C5
"Tie executho lummtltrc ctnlorxcil
the lion V I' I'rriir for rntppnlnt
tnent im (!ocrnir of thin Territory on
Koxcmlicr t. 1011
"On the IStli of Deirinhcr hint, at n
mertlnK held In theelt of Washing
ton, the Repuhllciin natlmxil ininmlt
tec IsHUeil the call for the nntlonal
comentlon for the purpOKp of tioml
tnd llntlnK cnndldatcH fur lTeldcnt mid
Vlco-rrealilcnt of the United Stiiten.
lYom tho nftlilul eop of this cull,
which uak melted taut month. It will
Im olixened that thin ennventlon In to
he held In CIiIciiro on June 18, anil thin
Territory l entitled to Fend to It elx
delegate nnd six nltrrnutcH. (lur
tiurty ruleH pnilde thnt the locnl or
Territorial contention that clcct
then ilelesnten mid nltrrnnten nhnlt lie
held nl leant sixty du prior to the
national convention, or, Injthln In-
nlnnce, heforc April 18 I Itelletc that
the following nehedtile nlll he ax con
venient iih inn bo nrruiiRwl to nil concerned.
Nomination of (iindldaten to Terri
torial convention March 2'J, T.SU to 8
"Primaries Saturday, April t, 1 to
0 p. in.
"Tho contention Monday, April IS,
10 iV. in. In Honolulu
"(Kcd ) Ai.rnr.i) v coopi:r.
"Chairman, llxecullve Coinmlttee.
"Honolulu. T ll IVb
ON THE WAY
Ve Sell to Dealers Oniy
Tai. LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
NELSON B. LANSING
Now Located at bethel and Hotel Streets, Upstairs
AMERICAN BISCUIT CO.
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO. (Candy)
WELLMAN, PECK & CO. (Groceries and Woodcnware)
Q. WASHINGTON COFFEE CO.
CLICQUOT-CLUB GINGER ALE
NORTHWESTERN MACARONI FACTORY
WESTERN PAPER BOX CO.
lillltillnir nilfl uttiHtllnnfwilialv Itin nv.l Ailnin. nlltt H f? Dtclirlil frir t,intltnrM
cciitlte connnlltce'fl plans for chniiR-'o( the Loan 1'und Commlsnlon on May
lite tho part) rules got n tor ward, 27, 1010.
boost. I "C. 8 Judd was endorsed for hind
,Tho meeting last night started tho comnilxsloncr on Juna :o. 1811
political lull rolllim. Tho l)einotnit) "James WahelUld, 1' II McKtockcr
have held soteial nicetlnRS, but noiiu find IX Ilebidt were cmlorsrd forincm
In which the Totrltor) gcncrnlly nnjbers of the Harbor ComniNslon on
iiiiiicaviMvu, fin tin iiiu vanu in Ii,uhuiii3 , i.i.
Republican camp Inst night, si) that!
tho 0. O. I. Is oil In tho lead In the
The cntnnilt'fo set ilntcs for tho
nominations and primaries for tho
Territorial contention thnt will name
delegates to the nntlonal convention'
In Chicago next July, Tho dates wero
set by tho following resolution. In
troduced by William Thompson
"Resulted that tho chairman bo au
thorised tu Issue a cull for nomina
tions nnd primaries for tho conten
tion for the ptirposo of choosing sK
delegates and six nlternntcs to attend
tho Republican Natlonnl Convention
to bo held nt Chicago tin Juno the
18th, 1912, said nominations to bo
mado on Krldar, March tho 23th, be
tween tho hours of 7:30 slid 8 p. m ,
and tho primaries to bo held on Sat
urday, April the, 6th, between tho
hours of 1 and 6 V in, and the con
tention for the ck'clloii of delegates
to ho held In Honolulu on Monday,
April tho 1Gth nt 10' a, m."'
Tho changes In party rules, for
which tt number of suggestions have
been made, wcie not acted upon. Carl
S. Ciirlsmllh, of Hllo, moved tho fol
lowing resolution, which was carried:
"Resolved, Thnt tho executive coni
mlttoo bo given further tlmo In which
In complete Its report recommending
amendments to tho party rules, and
publish tho rcxrt heforc submitting
samo to tho central coiumltlee."
1 he executive, committee wants to
hoar ftoin Republicans on suggestions
for changing the rules, and It was
stilcd last night that any bona fide
suggestions will bo welcomed.
Tho mooting brought out u number
of tho Republican campaign wheel
hoiKCS. A. I.. C. Atkinson, who inula
tains that ho has ictlred from politics,
was there last night nevertheless
with some fatherly Tvlce to those
newer ut tho polittcu) game. A num
ber of proxies wero held nnd the
meeting wits n lurgely nttended one,
Snm Kellluol came down from Maui
to look Into the political angles of
I ho presont situation null was there
last night. I.lko a good many others,
Kclllnni Is not satisfied with the no
tion of the executive uimmlttco In ty
ing up so tight to Oovcrnor Troar,
but tho subject was sidc-slcppcd last
night. It was u sort of get-together
meeting, nnd In this rcsjicct was u
tucccss. Kclllnol has a plan for n
change in the party rules that .wilt
give tho executive conimlttoo of tho
county central committee official par
ty standing, which it hauu't at pres
ent. Among thoso present lust night
wcie Clialriuan A. I). Cooiicr, Wil
liam Thtiimmnn, for hlinkolf and rep
resenting C. A, Rice of Kauai, II. J.
Auld, A. F. .ludd, 8. Kellluol of Man',
Carl H. Carlsnilth of Hllo, T. H. I'et
rle, holding a pioxy for Oeorgo C.
Watt, or Hawaii; A. U C. Atkinson,
C. 1.. Crabho, II, C. Mohr, represent
ing A. II. Carlcy; M. C. Amana, rep
rosentlng I). W. Naplhau; i:. II. Mlka-
lenii and representing' A. S. Mahaulu;
J. S. Walkci, representing C. C.
James; W. II. Craw foid, representing
H. II. Aon.i; A. I C. Atkinson, rcp-
rcbriitlug r, W. Mango,
John II. Wise wus -named assistant
eccrcttuy in tho uhsenco ,of C. C.
.luuics. ino meeting lusicci only a
Tho executive committees roport,
presented and accepted, was as fol
(Iintlrmin; At tho lakt meeting of
the central (onunltteo held on Decern
lur II, 1910, u resolution vtus passed
rtfrrrhiK tho mutter of iiiiiindlng the
party's rules to the cccutlvo commit
tee for their ricolumcndutlons In the
matter No stt-pt wero taken by tho
executive committee until, after the
adjournment ot tho Legislature, us It
was deemed udthuhlu not to tube any
tit t Ion until It vtus ilt Untidy known
what tiii-iixiii c-h luJIrtttly utToctlng
thexo rules bud been muted Into law
li tho I. KKlature. A Hubcumiiiltlcn
"1 &'J i&MtMXmk
kml iJf 14flHBBBaaaBm
m Si m
ND we have them in that
smart, stylish lines that
make them the Spring
No man in Honolulu who
appreciates food clothes and
understands quality and good
workmanship will ever regret having
purchased a "BENJAMIN" suit. Com
pare the style, nt and shape-holding qual
ities of our suits with any others, and
you will become a booster for "ALFRED
Our Special Sale of PHOENIX SILK
HOSE for both men and women is
still on, and the stock is going fast.
CUKIMtK fUKl AMU tlCJltL MB. ' II
II II J
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
auk si:i:. r:vi:iivMii:iu:
I'IIOM: K.97 ,
The famous Sth Infantry, well
known lu rnw circles, Is now on the
high seas en rolite" from Sun Kraocis
co to Honolulu and the faraway Phil
ippines. The Eighth, with bind, head
quarters nnd hundreds of enlisted
men, sailed from San Kranciaco In
the United States army transport
Hhcrmin. The iruopsliln should nr-
rivo here not later than next Tuesda)
morning und there' Is a possibility that
tho Sherman might gain the harbor
nnd n berth at ono of the wharves on
Monday nftcrnoom or evening.
Tor Honolulu thcro aro several mil
itary passengers. Among them arc:
Col. J. 3.' Rogers, U. S. Infantij;
Major i:. V. Smith, 2nd Inranlrv,
IJcut. i:. J. Hly, Sth Cavalrv, I.lcut.
Henry 11. McAfee, Medical Corps
(The transport Sherman, which Iiuj
salted from tho Coast port, will tako
the troops of the 8th lufaulrj to tho
Philippines foi n tour of dut), nnd
tho following officers of that regi
ment aro passing through to Manila:
Colonel J. P. Tlllsou, Lieut. Col. W.
K, Wright, Major Harry J Hlrsch.
Captains Oeorgo McMastcr, V. I..
Kniidsoti, Murray Baldwin, C. W. V.
Crcary, It. V. Evans, r. 8. I. Price,
W. I.. Reed, Ornhani 1-. Johnson, C.
A. Dolph, W." n. Oracle, A. IjiRiio
Christie, T. S. Moorman, IX . I. Ilrack-
en I.. T. Raker, Lieutenants 11, II
Pope, P, II, Kaldo, B. M. Norton,
Chaplain Simon 11. Mitt, Wilfred Twv
mun W. J. Davis, Howard (5, Sharpc,
A. R. Van Wormor, p. u Mlnnlgo-
rodo, 11. II. Campbell, M. II. Sliute,
Ralph A. Jones. II. II. Hotelier. Jr.,
J. C. Wulkor, Jr., K. A. Kvcrts, Wat
ker i:. Ilohson, Vernon 0. Olsmlth,
James A. McOrath, Krunk P. Scowdcn,
W. It. Connolly, Italph Urush, Carl
V. McKlnnoy, Alvan C. Standcfonl.
Officers of other organizations who
sailed aro; Major P. O. Miiuldlli,.ln
Lpectnr Ooncral; Captain P. W.
Weed, medical corps: Cant. Puul S
Prceman, medical corps; Cupt, II, M.
Joss, Philippine Scouts; Uout, I.eon
B. Oarcla, medical corps; Uout. C. C
McCormack, mcdlcr' corps; Ueut. A
T, Cooper, modlcal corps; l.luut. Mad
hum H, llowman, piodlcal rcscrvo
corps; Ueut. K. I meld. 19tli-lnfan-
of three now bus this mutter In hand.ltl): Ueut. Jv O. Dialn, 15th Infuntrj;
NEW - TO-DAY
Last Initiation Loyal Order of Moose,
All who w Uh to become members
at tho low Initiation feu ure requested
to cull at Moose headquarters, llojul
Hawaiian Hotel, Room 19, or K. of V
Hall, Thursday, Pebruu.r S, at 7 p in
SU3-lt I W. LONG.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the Guard-
I in Trust Company. Limited, held thin
ila, the following directors of the cor
poration were electul for the ensuing
William O Bmllh. William J. 1'orben,
Wllllum W (.'hamlierlaln, Joseph r.
Cooke, Hainiicl A Il-ildvvln, Albert 1"
Judd and Waltir 1' DllllnRlium.
The Audit Company of Hawaii, Lim
ited, was choi-eii us auditor,
At a meeting of tho directors fol
lowing tlulr thctlon, tho following of-
Peers of the ciinip.ni were clotted for
Wllllum O Hinllh President
Hamuli A Uulihvln
AHx-rt 1'. Judd
,.,,, Set ond Vlce-Presldint
W W. Chamhirlali Truisurcr,
Louis J Warren Secretary
I. J WARRKN.
Honolulu. llrunr r., JVli
.',153 Cob fi, 7, S
$3.50 Men's Freak Toe $3.50
Men's wide toe,
tan or black
shoe. A new
nature last built
Don't miss these
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,-
1051 Fort Street
but has not lis et imide Its report to!
our exciuthn compilttee. As uny
uineiidintnts to these rules will, of
course, affect tho party at large. It Is
believed that no action should bo
taken until tho suite oinmltti'c has made
Its report public und sufficient time
has elapsed to allow tint members of
tho part) at large to express their
v low m regarding same To this end It
Is recommended that the exeeutlvt
coinmlttee l given fin tin r tlmo In
Ueut. U. P. Plenum, llth Cavalry.
MAKIKI LOTS HELD UP.
The udvcrtltilnir of the Muklkl liomc-
stead lots Is IhIiik held up at the
present time owing to the fact that
the appiiilacrs have not U mado their
Uuid CommlHsloiier Charles K Judd
stated this morning that Just us mxih
ns he received the prlcts set by the
appraisers he would go ahead und push
the matter through
That tho lido of Immlgriillou is sot'
ting more and more toward tho west'
cm pait of tho United Stutes and
should result, in an Increase In Ha
nvvll Is the opinion of i;. Pnllltz, tho
Hnn rmnclsco broker nnd capitalist
DROPS DEAD AT
After pleading all day to be pcr
Itted to uttind tho funeral of Mrs
Murguict Ileal), who had been 11 closo
friend for ears, Mrs UlUubetli Sto-
venmn vtus taken to tho cemetery us
she wished. As tho hiBt words of tho
service, were being soleii, Mrs 8le-
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vciisuu same eu mu ,"""" hum .. -.
dead before any help could he given
Roth ladles were Inmates of tho
KIiik'h Daughters Home, Mrs. Heuly
Mrs Stevenson hud been n nurso for
tho greater pirt of her life, spending
It hi nilnlslrntlon to others. 8ho 1
survived b tvtb ilnughters, Mrs, Pot
ter und Mrs Day, nth of whom reshlo,
In this elti 8ho was u member of
Central 1'nlon church
The fiim-rnl will tnlce plnco nt
o'clock this iifteruoou from the Town-
send undertaking pirlors
The little ballast laden sch'ionor
fleleno completed u passage of fifteen
days from Honolulu to Grays Harbor,
according to cables received here. The
Helene Is engaged In n regular linn-ber-cnrrylng
trude between the sound
unit tho Islands,
Union-Pacific Transfer Co
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
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