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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAR. 4, 1912.
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MARCH 4, 1912
llli miiiI will lieu r stunt' (nr ex-1 Hawaii can tliiink Congressman
oils nr rwllt'ini'iiN tvlm N vvlc
M i i 1 1 In hi- made ii fiml of. Ill' "III
nkt- IiIiiimU hupp) III tin- traps tlinl
nr lu-t'ii lulil fur him: lif "III roll In
t'lr iifK unit o i'ii. 'I hi' whole Is
icrrlngl) cxprcxM'il In line fortunate
Wiic In- will In- uIhiiji "luken In." I
,i In- luKrn in ever) where N t see
c Inside if cverjtlilni.'. II It the
Ikpllnlllj (if rlrrtiiiiiliinri'. Mlth
relics mill trumpets llki- n guest,
e greenhorn Is inki'ii In Ii) llfi'. Uul
p skeptic Is cnt mil Ii) It. 11. K.
Kiilm fur tliu thirty thousand diillur
iiiiriiiriatluii fur lighting tin fruit lly
In cooperation with California, llet
ter Ktlll, Kiilin In constantly tin guard
to cooperate with in fur more, should
It bo needed.
Ml men are like sheep when they
t Into tlie Honolulu stork market,
t come arc nheeiler than dlheis '
las It not alwujn paid to dacu con
Sine In what I taw nil produces?
ly should the rule full In this jear
Ono of tli truisms uttered by" La
Pollettu was that no radical legisla
tion would ever bo approved by the
American people who art) nothing If
not conservative. Free sugar la cer
tainly radical legislation when It
wipes out n principal source of na
tional income unit HlilftH the expense
to Internal revenue sources. No ono
knows better than the Democrats that
It will never be uppnned.
junny Jim may be u Past Potentate
: he Is always on the Job when It
nes to boosting I law all by way of
f we hear nothing from Duke Kit
lainoku but the races he has won
ilnst a large Held of entrants, what
re could we ask
V'lien the fruit tlv hears'-thnt Tom-
Whlto over In Koim 5s on .guards
'vlll give up further effort to break
' quarantine ns it bad lob.
i -.- .i i-.-., k .
teep the town free from lnosijul-
I and the bog holes In which they
ed .ntid you'll have u .prospeiuus
II whatever else happen. v' (
low can Ma) or I'ern bo for I.. I.
'landless when he said at, the (uhu
4 that he always oted for Kulilti.
something to the same effect
hlneso are kllllug humanity by
ilng and the civllUed brethren of
1,ijt llrltaln are killing them by
fuzing and starving them to death.
ow that the voters are beginning
hlnk of what they will do in the
naries, It is about time the otllclal
with the ullotmi'iit of delegates
Tlexunder Hume Ford says that the
FOB TAFT AND POLITICAL PEACE.
The declaration of the Tuft League
that It will contest for a delegation
to the Chicago convention Instructed
fur the retiomlnatlon of President
Taft, und to eliminate from the coming
Territorial convention all reference to
the differences between Delegate Ku
hlo ami (loernor 1'rear, Is one that
the II ii 1 1 e 1 1 Ii cordially endorses,
since this Is Just what the Hulle
1 1 ti has been contesting for, and Is
what we belleo the people through-
ouW,o.,jHlands will heattlly approve.
What Republicans should do from
this time forward Is stick strictly to
The llulletln also belle) cs that
the Delegate Is In full sympathy with
this platform. If his statement issued
when he llrst arrived from Washing
ton does not mean the same thing. It
Is then absolutely without meaning.
Ah for the communication or pro
posal to which the Delegate has madi
no reply, the llulletln believes
that the Taft League und the Dele
gate would have made a mistake had
they attempted to curry the latter de
tails of that plan through and "sew
up 'everything" In advance of the
primaries and the convention. His
tory has shown that nothing Irritates
jthe people of Hawaii more than a
)' slate" decided upon In some ofllce
coiiclitve. They want a show at some
thing more dlgullled than doing as
they ure told. They shy at "machine
politics," of which they would no
'i.ini .i,....,'i ,,,. i Vii,iiip Idoubt take this as it samplo before
tthe cause that counts. That's all' ""V Bot "'rough the prlmurles and
vt. Ub true. Then why does Al-," convention.
to tulk about the
n't .think that because the Floral
There Is opportunity for a fair dif
ference of honest opinion oil this. If
the Delegate takes the position that
the whole thing should be thrown
0 F OFFERS
(Continued from Page 1)
cgate Kuhlo was returning to Hawaii
Mi"hecure, If possible, an election ns a
delegate to tho Chicago convention'
and also to socuio the election of an
milnstructcd delegation. Shortly aft-'
er his return, the Delegate Issued u
public statement In which Ve changed
his former position and stated that ho
rn wired the election of a delegation
instructed In f.nor of President Taft.
"In lcw or this statement the otll
tors of the Taft Itepubllcans' Leaguo
believed thai It might be possible to
avoid a factional light In the party,
mid therefnit) arranged to meet Dele
gate Kuhlo and his friends with a
lew to M'curlng sumo definite agiee
meut with tliom. Son oral conferences
weie held At the llrst conference
the olllccrs of tho Taft Republican')'
League submitted to the Delegate for
his consltlciattoti and that of his
friends a compromise agreement em
boli) lug the following provisions:
First Agreement 'Proposed.
"1. That (ill delegates to the Na
tional convention should pledge them
selves to work and vote for a renoml-
nation of President -Taft.
That the Kiihlo-l'rcnr contrn-
crsy should not bn. brought Into the
Territorial convention to be held
April IStli, 1912, and that no action
should bo taken by said convention,
save the choosing of the delegates
and alternates to the Republican Na
".1. That the npiiortlnnmohl of del
egates to tho National convention
should be as follows: Hawaii 1
Maul I, Kauai 1. Oalm 3.
"4. That the following delegates
should be agreed to: Kuhlo, C. A.
P.lce (to be National committeeman).
It. W. Shingle, Ccorgo Kenton.
"That the delegates apportioned to
Hawaii and -Maul be nominated by the
delegations from those districts, re
spectlu'ly, to the Territorial conven
"That Sam Kelllnol bo agreed to
for chairman of the convention.
"This proposed agreement was tho
subject of discussion and although the
Delegate, heartily endorsed the llrst
two Items of the agreement, et he
Dually stated that he did nut consider
that any agreement should designate
tho Individuals who should later be
selected by the convention as dele
gates. Second Proposal.
"Accordingly. In order to meet this
bblectlon the officers of the Ieaguo
mailo to the Delegates and his friends
a second proposition as follows:
"1. That all delegates to the No
tlotial convention shuul d pledge them
selves to work and vote for n renoml
nation of President Tart
"2, That the Knhlo-Krear contro
verity should not be brought Into the
Terrltoilal convention to bo held Apill
15th, 1912 und that no action should
bo tnken by said convention, save tho
choiMlng of tho delegates und alter
nates to the Republican National con
3. That tho League would Btipiort
tho Delegate for election aB ono or tho
six delegates to tho Chicago conven
linn, thus eliminating any opposition
to his election, iiikjii condition, how
over, that ho would at once return to
his iKistmr duty at Washington.
"The reasons Tor suggesting this
conditions were two' Ono being that
if tho Delegate remains In Honolulu
during tho campaign, It scorns prob
able that personalities will bo brought
Into the campaign, even though It
might bo against tho Delegate's per
sonal desire; tho other being tho
fact that at tho present tlmo partlcu-
ide has been a success ami Is over . ojjen to the decision or tho people, he
i-tor this year, we should ceuse to
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.ll'UUU nuilt 1UI tun minim. I'Ul
.4to get him here but entertain him
ir his arrival.
is on the stronger ground.
However, on the two really vltul
points, the llulletln believes tho
laft League and the Delegate are,
united, namely, the delegation for
Tart, and the elimination or the Freur
Kuhlo controversy. Willi theso two
matters settled the Republican party
the conditions at Peklu aro a
pie of what Yuan Shlh Kill can
Or! Run Yet Sell could not do bet-
tthun try on his own government j ought to get together, send n rcpre.
fof Ills edicts similar to that which
ight the Dutch of Java to terms.
cretary Knox lias been charged !
making mistakes In his Oriental
ties and perhapB he has reglsteied
Iher. In the note to the Powers
111 ho Htartod on tho rounds, ho so-
d an agreement that no. money
.Id be loaned China's government,
thus he may In it measure be re
slble for the troops rioting on
Untiof the Republic not having
rgnilHoney to iKiy mem.
sentative lot or men to Chicago, tlect
a strong National Committeeman, and
go forward to the light or the Fall
campaign certain or victory for it first
class municipal and Legislative ticket.
The Ctntral Iron and Steel Company,
vvhli h operates the largest Iron and
steel vvotks In Hurrlshurg, Pn was
plifceil In the hands or receivers on
petition of various creditors.
Photo h'ngruvlng of highest grade
run now be secured from the II u
1 1' II it Photo Knimnlng plant.
hfttBtory of tho building of Ihe
if: of Iinbol Hhpiilil be modem-
ut how would you account for the
h"y I supios6 thoyjind Iho lower
yinearly up ami tnen Bomenuuyi
dLOrurtr and evorynociy accuseu
body olsq and the Job was held
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Jam looking for nn honest man,",
"Well," replied tho cynical observer.
"u man who has as much dllllculty In
finding an honest man as you have
must have bhowu mighty poor taste
In picking his fi lends,"
''What happens to a man who cai
rles water on both shouldeis?" asked
the )outh who Is learning ikjIIIIcs.
"Well," leplled his pieceptor, "I
halo to list) slung, but us a uilo he
Tho electric process of
treating all milk received
at our depot makes pos
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absolutely pure milk.
Besides the precaution of
electrically treating the
milk, we maintain perfect
sanitary conditions In our
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larly, in view of the liuimrtaut legisla
tion now before Congress respecting
Hawaiian affairs, tho Delegate's duty,
not only to the party but also to tho
Territory at huge, reuulran his pios
ence In Washington."
"To this second orfer nd express ro
ply has been made to the olllccrs of
the League. However, tho Delegate
has Issued a public -statement to tho
effect that ho promises to remain In
Hawaii during the campaign and un
til alter tho convention ror the elec
tion of delegates lo Chicago Is held,
Take Statement ri Refusal.
'This statement tho League consid
ers to be a definite refusal on the part
or tht) bolcgato and his friends to ac
cept the second orfer made.
"The members of the Taft Republi
can's League realize that In attempt
ing to make an agreement of the na-
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x?ar to some to be attempting to die
tate to tho Republican party anil that
they might be subjecting themselves
to some possible ctltlclsm How aver,
It has seemed to the members of the
I.eaguo that tho welfare of tho Repub
lican paity roipilieil, If Hsslhlo har
mony within its ranks and every tea
somible effort tending to' secure such
harmony and to avoid a factional fight
was fully Justified.
"It seemed to the League that tho
ono safe way of bilnglng about this
result would bo to cover the entlio
subject matter to bo brought bofoio
tho convention as fully as pjsslble.j
even to the extent of agreeing In ad
vance umiu tho Individuals who would
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Unless this course should be followed
It seemed to tho members of the
League that factional lights would be
bound to occur und some bitterness
stlned up; also that It would be welt
nigh Impossible lo prevent personull-,
ties from being brought Into the cum-,
palgn. No ounter-propisltlon has
been made by the Delegate and his
friends, although, as Is evident, tho
I.eaguo would havo been glad to con
sider any leasonablo proposition
which might be made by them.
Tart League's Present Stand.
"TheiefurP, believing that such n
course Is ror the wclfnio of tho entire
Teirltory as well as for that of the
Republican paity, tho League has tie
tci mined, In order to Insuio the selec
tion or an Instructed delegation ror
Piesldent Tnlt and In order, so far at
may be, to pi event the bringing of
pcuomilltles Into the campaign, to
seek to recuro at the primaries the
election or delegates to tho coming
Territorial convention who will In
that convention stand firmly ror tho
follow lug propositions:
"1 That tho delegation from Ha
waii to tho Chicago convention he
sent with positive Instructions to
work and voto In that convention
throughout for tho retiomlnatlon or
President Taft, as Iho Republican can
didate for election ns President or tho
"2. That no action bo taken by tho
convention rnvorlng either party to
tho so-called Kuhlo-l'rear controversy
or savoilng In any way or iiersounll
tles, and that no business or any na
ture be done nt tho convention other
than tho selection or tho Instructed
delegation ns stated."
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