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I ThdiiniH A. Kdlson. when Intorvlow-
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UN supporters claimed hist night that
If it Mite bad been taken the results
would have hern fifteen to four in
favor of the McCutiilless side.
Hot the vote was not taken. Tho
committee had already decided for tho
dual convention plan, and tho only
vote that could have been taken would
have been on rescinding tills action.
When the committee got down to bus
iness, there was not a single member
there who would move to reconsider,
t'nilcr parliamentary rules, one who
had previously voted In the alllrmatlvc
must make the motion to reconsider,
and on this point McCnmllcss mid his
adherents merely sat pat. .Mayor Kern,
chairman of the committee, had not
voted on the question before, and could
not make a motion to reconsider, nml
neither lould II. (1. Hlvcnhiirgh, who
bad not voted either. Tilov who had
voted wouldn't reopen the matter, nnd
it hail to fall.
Mct'nndlcss' neat piny was In de
claring himself In favor of calling the
convention but of leaving It to the
biennial convention Itself to say wheth
er or not It should nominate u Dele
Kate to Congress.
This means that the light to prevent
McCiiiuIIphh' nomination, as well as
the movement for .Mayor Peru, has
melely been put on unlit the conven
tion meets. McCaudlexK declares him
self In Tavor of leaving It lo the con
vention As a matter of fact, this
leaves the thbiK Just as open mid Just
us closed as It was before the Terri
torial committee met last night.
The meeting marked a probable ali
enation of some of the liilhieutlal Dem
ocrats from McCundless. On the other
hand. .Mci'andless holds all the outsldo
members, who by mall sent In their
votes in favor of the dual convention
plan. I low much he lias gained ami
how much lost won't be known until
the convention Is held on April i'B.
MeCiitiilli'ss' frankly expressed will
ingness to let the convention llself
settle the question of nominating a
Delegate also makes a strong point In
his favor. Now It remains to be seen
who's going to control thoso delegates.
If l.luk can do It. lie will be nomi
nated; If he can't, the chalices are that
the convention will adjourn to a later
The meeting last night was a Joyous
one from the standpoint of good old
Democratic scrapping. It started at
7:30 o'clock, In Colonel McCarthy's of
fices In the Wavcrly building, mid there
was never a time from then until near
ly II o'clock when sonic tried and true
Democrat wasn't on tho floor trying
to save tho party for one side or tho
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Tho lino between tho two factions
was dearly drawn. On one side were
.Mayor Kern, who as chairman took
little part In the debute; II. (1. Itlven
biirgh, Clem CJtilnn, Jim Coke, W. It
Xlcliellnn, Lester 1'elrle, William Wel
ters and such liilluentlal Democrats as
these; and on the other were Mr. Mi
Cutidlos, Charles llarron, IMille I In
uiipl, Jack Kalaklela, "Hllo" Ityan and
Hut It should be said that at no
stage of the hot Verbal scrap were the
ambitious of one candidate or the other
for the dclegatcslilp allowed to ob
trude thcmeivos. Tho split was pure
ly on the qticttlnn of the wldotn of
holding the Territorial convention nnd
promulgating a Territorial platform
months In advance or the national con
vention and months before the cam
paign really starts.
That the early convention Is an ad
vantage to .McCanilless Is sure; but the
Democrats with slight exception
scrapped It oat manfully last night on
the larger Issue of party, not personal
policy, even If back of the debate tliero
was ulways the McCundless-I'crn rivalry.
"Hllo" Ityan chortled with glee to
see so many llourbons out to a meet
ing and said he was glad they came.
even If It did take a fight to bring 'eili
out. And It was a nice little session,
with verbal trimmings galore.
Coke Leads the Fray.
Jltn Coke blew open the meeting with
all earnest and forceful argument
against the dual convention plan, de
claring that the Democracy of Hawaii
would make Itself ridiculous by start
ing to out Its swath before the national
convention. He led the committee of
Democrats that had been named at an
Informal caucus the day before to pro
test ugalnst the double convention, and
led It well. The oilier committee mem
bers added to bis protest
William Welters. .McClclhin, I'etrle
ami others took a whack at the plan.
.Soap-llnx" llarron began getting
ready to take the lloor for the otlnr
side by Jabbing notes down with the
speed of a shorthand champion. Hut
"Hllo" Ityan was the first to answer
the committee's arguments at any
length. Ityan reviewed the party plat
forms for two camp.ilmis back ami de
clared the Territorial platform could
be planked up and weatherboarded now'
Just as well as after the national con
vention. He took a few Mings at the
present unrest over the sugar tarln,
Illustrating bis remarks with a lifelike
rendition of u sugar man trembling In
his boots. Ityan trembled all over the
loom until some of the members
thought he bad an attack of St. Vitus'
dunce and started to lead him away.
but bo cumn through with sumo hard
sense Just tho same.
"Peace, Be .St'il)."
About this tlmu Clem IJulun came
from a dinner party or something.
wearing open-fuco clothes and n smile
to match. Qiiluii Is certainly there
with the graceful verbiage. lie rosn
to shed a little oil over the troubled
waters ami he played the harmony
scales from lop to bottom. .Mr. Qulnii
started away back to the time when
Democracy was tin Infant mid escorted
the party tenderly down tho annals of
history from the days of Thomas Jef
ferson lo those of Colonel Henry Wnt
lersou and Clem Qulnn, And he point
ed with pride lo the achievements of
the party, ami viewed with alarm the
present threatened split. Then he ask
id the factions gently, with parental
admonitions to quit scrapping ami all
work together, closed with a benedic
tion and sat down.
Barron Is There.
It was a speech made In the right
spirit, but there was nothing doing on
harmony Just yet. Not while llarron
was there to hand the other side a hot
one for never having come lo meet
ings mid thus forfeited Its right to
Lester I'etrle wanted to know what
precedent there was for" the dual con
vention system. And llarron answer
ed him. He answered him III a speech
that reached to the I'all anil hack ami
tore up the supervisors' paving on the
way The orator of tho soap bux shed
oratory like a roof sheds water. He
drugged Washington anil Lincoln from
their graves to witness the fact that
they didn't care for precedent; ho
marched up mid down the room at tho
head of a ragged Continental army to
prove that It didn't give a Continental
darn for precedent when It licked the
Ilrltlshers. He waved his numerous
notes like ii ling of battle, nnd when
It ciiuie to stngo "business," ho ran a
dead beat with "Hllo" Ityan ami his
tremblings, llarron not only inado the
eagle scream; he had the great Ameri
can bird down on the mat with both
shoulders anil yelling for1 help, and
when he got through with the bird, It
looked Ike a lean turkey plucked for
After awhile It was all over, even
the shouting, and the central commit
tee, having beard from everybody ex
cept tho Janitor, got together oil one
side of the room and transacted some
business. It forgot about the special
eoiuinlltci! of Democrats, and Lester
I'etrle rose with dignity nnd said he
thought it was a discourtesy to the
committee. And It was, Then .Mc
Canilless jumped up mid moved that
thanks be extended, lie. l'retty soon
the visitors wanted to know what the
committee really Intended lo do about
the double convention. .McCanilless
said he understood the discussion had
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resulted III leaving It to the convention
Itself. The McCanilless people didn't
Intend to have a vote taken on the
question last night, so ttiere was no
record as to how the committee stood.
It was nearly 11 o'clock by this time
and everybody was tired and thirsty.
The meeting broke up with smiles all
around. Some of them didn't look par
I'lof. Albert lleitel, a noted painter
or landscapes and still life, died In
llirlln. aged it8.
A d uamllc bomb In a cnfTee pot
was found on a doorstep III New York's
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CHI8TOI1AL, C. 7.. it has been de
cided to send llio tug Kultauco and
three WnScitblc-yaril barges irmii the
Atlantic side mound In llalhoa by
way or the Strait or Magellan. The
tug and barges are meant o take the
place of clapets T, H nnd in, old
French equipment, which, after lonK
fcrvlce, nro so badly worn that they
must bo rotlroit from use. The prac
tical completion of the delivery of
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tun makes It feasible to transfer a
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nine stops, llio time icqulrcd for lln
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Tho crew will he supplied by tin
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that It would cost $:o,Anf each to to
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