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EVENINQ BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H., SXTUMOA'i', MAR. 2, 1912.
THIS IS A IIUDY t'NIllt'K WITH THU KI8SEL CAR. IT
IS AN HI. A DURATION OK Till: IIAI1Y TONNKAl', AND A
MODIKICATIUN III'" TIIK TOltltlNlt IIUUY. PKODt'CINO A
('Alt I.1U11T TO lil'FW'T TlltH AND Kl!KI. IX'ONOMV, YIIT
roomikr and moiih comkortaiii.k than tiiii iiai1y
tonnkau. it is miiijrai.i.y roomy kor kour pas
si:n(ii:ks, not ovkrcrowdkd iiy kivh.
, roit comiiinkd nuNAiKiL'T and toi'iuxo skrvici:.
Till-: KISSEL CAR SKMI -TOl'RINtl 1IODY AKKORDS COM
KOIIT AND KCuNOMY I'NHL'ltPASSK.D IIY ANY OTIIK.R
1IODY Olt t'AIt.
A MODI'.I. 411 KKMI-Tol'RINtl, ANOTIIK.R MODKI, 80
SHMI-TOI'RINO AND A II ANDSOMII MODIM. :! RlWAIIOl'T
IIAVi: Jl'KT AIIHIVi:i), AND Alti: ON ICXHIIUTION AT Ollt
demonstrations cheerfully given
FERN AND M'CJDLESS MEN
RECOGNIZE THE PARTY SPLIT
The von Ha mm -Young
Mayor Kern's candidacy for Dclcguto
mill Its consequent Influence on 1.. I..
Mi-Candles' prospects were rcfrrrcil
(i very pointedly lust night lit u meet
Iiik nf the Democratic Trrrltorlnl cen
tral committee, held nt llourboii hend
quarters nt Niiuiintl unit Puuurtl
Charles lliirrnn, the "soap-box ora
tor," Ami nil avowed McOnndlcss nuln,
ViIm the I'lioalst-r, ami Ills pointed re
marks were directed nt 1). tl. Riven
lillrBli. the mayor's secretary nnd re'
tnrded iim the Itilui Just now directing
his political campaign. While llnrrim
ws hurling slgntllcunt allusions nt
Rlvcnblirg'li, Mayor" Kern, as cHnlrniaii
nf the central Committee, nflt and lis
Icncd calmly, mid Rlvcnhiirgh IlKtcned
.alinly also. Hnrron's thrusts were
wt utiHwcred In any way, except that.
when' the orator had finished. Rlveii
Hnrgh iniiriiiiired somewhat sutlrleal
ly, "Loud upphmso fnim the gallery!"
Harron's theme wax imrty harmony.
After the tomnilttei! had llnlshcd lti
business and was about to adjourn,
Chairman Kern called for remarks un
the Ainnl of the party. Ilarron was
the lunt speaker. He declared thut thu
Republican party In hadly split, Its
leaders Involved In rilctloii.ll witrfilrV.
and 1 1 lit t Democracy Iiiih a splendid
chimco to win the cumins campaign.
The Republican leaders will do ev
erything In their power to cause u
split in the ranks of the Democrats."
he Kiild, "and I I'm up to iim to stop liny
Elicit split. We've got to sink personal
feelings for the good of the party.
"No ultentloli should do paid to
those attempting, for one reason or
another, to break up the party. Peo
ple wllll axes to grind should grind
Ihein on tliclr own necks." lie said
tltnt lime Hint the Democrats have II
good chance to win. It Is the height nf
folly for tlwc looking for advance
ment for personal gain only to At
tempt to break Into the. party's pro-
they nrc regarding Fern's candidacy
ns serious. Rut the strength Kern Iiiih
milled during the week has made sonic
of them nt lenst nervous and has Ir
ritated all of the McC'undless men.
Last night's meeting had little hut
routine business. Rlvenburgh. who
was appointed n committee of one Id
Investigate the charge that City Clerk
Khluiioknlunl lias been furnishing the
Republican campaign forces with lists
of the voters registering at the city
ll'all, reported that Kulauokalanl had
denied any such action, and recom
mended that the Democratic leaders
use their energy In getting Demo-
oruts registered and later in making
up tliclr poll-books from the com
Chairman Kern appointed T J
Ryan, John Illllngcr and I,. I,. Mc-
Caudlcss u conference committee of
three to confer with Repiibllcuns n
to holding their' nominations, primaries
nnd Territorial conventions on the
same date, thus eliminating the bnck-and-forth
voting that has been trou
blesome In the past.
The Territorial scirctary, tieorge
Kcauchnliu, was Instructed In get
h'iisy hnd jog tip tlie county committees
to vigorous preparation for the cam
paign. Trent for Mnyor?
After the Territorial committee
meeting was over last night, the Me
Candles people went down to the Oc
cidental lintel aiid took In a precinct
meeting. Rl'venburglt wits not present
and this brought out more pointed al
lusions. The meeting last night brought an
other phase of the situation up, how
ever, when the name of It II Trent.
former county treasurer, was men-
Broker and Wholesaler
We have just received a large
three sizes, and other electric novelties
Ceneral furnishers for
tinned as n possible Democratle can
illdate for mayor In case Kern should
be the nominee for Delegate This
hit of1 gossip was referred to by Mr.
McCnndlcss', nnd although It has been
gram. Jthlktil of quietly for some time. It np-
Thls Is the llrst open udiiilsslon the pears to he the first tinio It has been
.fcCuiidIess support, rs have made that made it public subject
T HERE'S no disputing the
I fact that at the present
time there are more men
wearing Ready Tailored
Clothes than ever before.
LISTS ARE OUT
Nuuanu Street r ri1 u tNear King,
UNEQUALED FOR THE LAUNDRY
A White Laundry Soap that does not
injure the Clothes.
Plain Ino' Ik how I ho Fel6nil
r.litlmflllnu it null' tl It I o II I f f mol' Hull
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nrahle Joseph J. Kern, Manr nf the
City and County of Honolulu, uinl In
tills guise he has been drawn to act
as one of tlio otit Jiilorft Kir the no'xt
term, the list for which wan drawn
this morning. On tlio same list with
lilm Ik his secretary, Retrain 0. Itlvcn
burg. Also on the list Is S. K. Kuktmmrn,
who has the distinction of being the
second ilawnllnn-horn Japanese to ho
drawn for a position, On tlio list for
tlio grand Jury Is .lames A. Hath
among otliern. Sovcral of tlnnso drawn
mil)-. If they wish, ho exempted .owing
lo holding down government Jobs, hut
the privilege will not he exercised un
til they nro called lit April next. Tliu
IIhIh me given below:
dm ml Jury, rclurnablo May 0 Wil
liam Kavldge, Honolulu; tleo. V.
Clarke, Honolulu; William J. Korlus,
Honolulu: Jean Abmlle, Honolulu;
Itkhard K. Wright, Honolulu; John K.
Caialall, 1. Iliac, Kauai; M. Kaustino.
WVIIuku, Muni; (ieorge "V. A. Ilaftal
Jr., Mil". Hawaii; James Arthur Rath,
Honolulu; Harry ('. Ilriius, Honolulu;
A. Henry Afong, Honolulu: tleo. H.
Wiiterhouse, Honolulu: K.rncst H.
Wodehouse, Honolulu; Gtorge II. Cum-
inliigs, Walluku, Maul: Jacob 1'.
Whine, Honolulu; 'rSiiifuicl Kelllnol,
Wulluki?, Maul; Uuuiuer S. I'axl
Honolulu; Charles II, Raven, Hono
lulu; Carl C. Rhodes, Honolulu; I 'red
C l.yser, Honolulu; l'ercy M. Pond,
Honolulu, John V. Waldrou, Hono
lulu; Krnest K. Aklua, Kolial.i, Ha
waii. Petit Jury, returnable April S John
M. Withers, llllo, Hawaii; Duke O.
Jiirillii, llllo, Hawaii; James (! Hpeu
cer, Honolulu; IMwurd P. O'llrlcn, Ho-
nolulu: Kred H. l.ynian Jr., MainuHviil,
Oahui Clarincc II. Cooke, llliuoiUlu;
('Union W. Craudell, tlonolulu; Wal
ter K. .Shaw, Honolulu; John J, Car-
den, Honolulu; William Rapo'sa,' I In.
unliilu; Daniel Diimlen, Kuneolle,
Oaliu; Klmer It. Davis, Honolulu; (loo.
i:. Kmlthles, Houolulu; Puliher P.
Woods, Kohala, Hawaii; ilertraui (!.
Rlvinburg, Honolulu: Albert K. Me
Dougul, Kohala, Hawaii; J. K. Child,
Honolulu; John O'Rourke, llllo. Hit-
wall; Jarrett T. Lewis, llllo, Hawaii;
Kred II. Damon, Honolulu; Frank II.
lllake, Honolulu; J. J. Reiser, Hono
lulu; Kdwiird K. I.HIkalanl, Honolulu;
Ruel Kinney, Wuliilua, Oahu; M. II.
Driiniiuoud, Honolulu: l.Mulu K. Ker
iiande., Honolulu; Joo Kern, Honolulu;
Itlchaid Iveis, Honolulu; I.o'uls 1.
Warren. Ilwa, Oabn; K. .'. Holmes,
llllo, Hawaii; Donald Miiclntyr'e, Ho
nolulu; John Walter Doyle. Honolulu;
Julian It. Viitis, Kcnhlkckiia, Hawaii:
Charles Coe lllommcdlcti, Honolulu;
K. It. Il.ith. Honolulu; Horace P. Ma
haiilii, Walalua. Oahu; Rudolf Midler,
i:va. Oahu; Alfred HocUIng, Hono
lulu; Kililln Mci'orrlstoii, Honolulu:
I MiiiiiikI Noirle, Kauiuelii, Hawaii:
In "Benjamin Clothes"
the great improvement
in style, fit and finish is particularly
Our Spring and Summer showing far ex
ceeds our best efforts of all past seasons.
Phoenix all Pure Silk Hose
for Men and "Women.
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Wt A. smkA
11 II n .
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
(Continued from Page 1)
clals Ik dlHinlilcnlly. opisislte. The
girl says that. Levy came into her cell
dressed In a klinkl suit and thut the
time, was Just before 11 o'clock at
"Joseph, who occupies u cell at tlio
top of the stiils anil lust near tlio en
trance lo tlio women's section, savs
that lie saw l.efy about ten mtnute.i
to 11 o'clock and that ho heard tliu
chain nttlc as .l.cvj1 opened the door
leading Into the,. woiiteu'K section.
"The evidence given Iiy the guards
una the other omcials Is that l.oy
wax dressed In his jajnmun and that
during tlio time ll$ la charged with
helnr; In the woman's cell lie was
downstairs wl(h them."
As to Joseph's, testimony, a Bul
letin reporter went Into Ids cell
this morning and tried lo sec the, door
leading td the woniart'H section
through the wicket. If wuh IiiikissIIi1o
to do mi, limvcvor, as all that cdhld be
Keen was a couple of bars "of the grat
lilg. Jost'ph illso Kstya tlidt tllllioligh
ho wi I6vy ticilr (lib wtniiaii'H section
lie did not look after he had flrut
calight slgHt nt Mm but that lin heard
the chain rattle.
Downstairs, whore tlib other guards
aic stationed tlio slightest son ml. can
he heard nt night and the men In
rliaigo there state that they heard
Jailor Asch says he reiterated tlio
facts to Supervisor Khen Uiw only a
few nights ago and placed the whole
situation before him. Nothing can ho
done, states the Jailor, unless the Jail
Is tuken out of the control of the City
Sherirr Jurrctt hits now taken up the
matter, linwetcr, and It Is believed
.that some changes are likely to comu
very soon and that fresh faces will bo
seen about the Jail.
I,cvy conies up for pica on March
18 and his case will be looked lifter by
Attorney Ijirrln Andrews.
6. ,j. A, i .j 4- ! s "$ 'S' 5 "5 S I
Haiiney Scott, Honolulu; John Hamil
ton, Oolcala, Hawaii; Howard D. Ho
wen, Honolulu; K. K. Kukumuru, Ho
nolulu; N'ormnu K, l.yinan, llllo, lla-
fall: J A. Palmer, Honolulu; James
Wilder, Honolulu; Allan McKlnnoii.
Wal.ilua, oahu: Pharos V. lUUor, Ho
nolulu; Paul Itomane, Koloa, Kau.il;
Henry T. Sheldon, l.lhue, Kauai; W
P. Na'inln, Uluu, Hawaii; (ieo. P Till
loeli, Kohala, Hawaii; John K. (la
nidlleUon, llllo, Hawaii; Jas .McClel
lo u. Wiihuea, Kauai; Win Vaunattii,
llllo. Ilnuiill; Jessie P. M alia Ilia I, Ho
nolulu; W T Schmidt, Honolulu; A
1' Cooke, Honolulu: Harry J Auld,
Honolulu; Morris K. Keohokalole, Wn
llukii, Maul; J. T. Molr, Papalkoil, Ha
waii: David Relnharilt, Umpahoehoo.
Han, ill; frank t) lioyer, Honolulu,
William K. Rathbiini, Knhukii. Oahu.
John Mrtiulrc. Huehue, Hawaii; W
W. (loodale. Wuliilua, Oahu. Mannie
Phillips, Honolulu: Win l. Ogg, Pa
llida, llauall: Antonio D Ciistro. Honolulu.
The following students have by their
blub sdiolnrshhi won places on the
list of those eligible to compete for
commencement parts. Kroni the es
suvs submitted by these tell students
the best live will be selected. Kroni
the students who have written the best
lle essays the best three speakers will
be selected to represenr the class on
the coinmenceilieiit program.
Klrst and sccori'd scholarship honors
will be awarded at the end uf the win
Those to compete for loinmenee
ment parts are Alexander Anderson.
Million llroun, Hazel llmklunil, Fran
cis Cowan. Hnl dear. l.lc Holmes,
l.oru.1 Jarrett, lMlth Keula. William
Morgan, Ileatrlce White.
College Dance Forme.
Not only the lovers of music, but
the public generally arc Interested III
the progrnui nf dance forms to lie
given tonight by the pupils of Miss
Margaret K Clarke nf the Oahu Col
lege department of 1 1 1 1 1 -' '. In Charles
It lllshop Hall at o'clock Tlio pro
grain, Mhlch was published hi tlio
Hull, tin "tunc d.iH ago. ts some
what mihiuc in niustui! ricltal-f Thu
public g, nerally will be cordiull) welcomed
i Twenty thousand dollars worth of
liiddltlonnl equipment has been ordered,
from the mainland by the Mutual Tel
ephone c diuimtiy us the rvsult of tliu
rapid growth of ttie system because,
nt demand for the 'phones.
' Ucautlful trimmed lints Just re;
celved by Miss Power and on display
at her millinery parlors, second floor,
II u I I e I i u nils be! llii-lness Cillers.
We Carry a Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines arid
The Best In
Jl. t . c
Macfarlane Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 488
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