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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 16, 1912.
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ROOSEVELT GIVEN BODY BLOW BY NORTH DAKOTA'S
UNMISTAKABLE STAND FOR SENATOR LA FOLLETTE
Toddy Can't Explain Away the
Cold Fact of the
WISCONSIN MAN GETS
HEALTH WITH VICTORY
Militant Progiessivc Bitter
Now in Hatred of Colonel's
BY C. S. ALBERT.
!'nclal Uolletln Correspondence.)
WASII1.NOTQN, I). C, Mar. 22. Tho
body blow given Colonel UooHcveU
when Senator I.n Kollette carried
North Dakota on (lie basis of a two
to olio vole, has served to iut further
airholes In his Pi evidential hoom and
innko it h collapse In tho near (uturo
teem moio certain. Tho cn16nel's
fi lends and uilmliorn worn looking for
wnnl in tlu primaries In North Da
1 dlii with high hopes and grout ex
pectations They believed Ills candi
dacy would be given sucli an Impetus
:i: to Indlcutn tin) accomplishment o(
.Mr. Tuft's defeat TIiIh faith wus not
shaken by Mr. La Kolletto's whirl
wind tour of tho Htiitc, when ho urosu
fioin a nick bed nnd took tho stump,
niioniianled by bin wlfo and a train
ed nnrse. It wax only tho actual
lountliig of noses that cant gloom and
de!.nindeney upon thu colonel's udvls
erH and supporters.
"The reHtilt Is precisely what 1 ox
lieeted," was tho only roiunient inadH
by llio former President on tho North
VIrloo Helps llealtli.
Ills selection as Presidential pref-
Tlint Ln Kollette Is thu only llcinib-
!knn candidate for tho presidency who I
has ntiy reul "popular strength" Is tho I
i (intention of the supporters of the
Wisconsin Senator, contained In a
statement Issued by his campaign coin-'
mlttco here, following the announce
ment of the primary i oxiiIIb in North
Dakota. Tlity declare that Colonel
f). ..... ..I,'.. Mn ..! 1.1 n nt' la Imlnn miti.
iillUltl'll H D LUIIKIU-.., IO Ol lh Oil, I- .
ported by un "unholy ii'llniice of ei'-
CI1UB1USCH UUII HlUIIU,Ulll.in, UHU "I. I
the people liuo seen through this
They predict Mctorj in .ill
erence In North Dakota utmost re- using precisely tho bent cnmpalgn inn-
stored Senator La Kolletto to complete lerlul to make sura tho nomination of
health, lie returned to this city Hugh- President Tnft, but he Is ulsu arous
ed with triumph and full Of plans for lug passions thut will make difficult niiiuncei
an aggressive campaign. He planned tho bringing together of tho llcpubll- (her progressive States.
in soon scare on Ull ujcieiisivu njicuiting cull puny lur nit outciuuit eietuuiin, uitlHCUIf lit I TfatCU.
tour, during which ho will perform Democrats view It ull with glee and ' rliniiirnl,ln amusement bus been
the double duty of making friends for renewed hope. creuted here by tho fuct that while
himself and throwing bricks at IIoobo- ti,o President hopes that by pur- tho IH.Mbl.cuns of North Dakou ere
velt. Ho determined to conllno his, 8,,iug ,ilgnid course, by refraining solpctltif, Mr La Kolletto us their prof-1
exertions to such States us have Pres- j f rom u,iunB ruel to the llres thut are erence for President, the Democrats
Identlul preference primary laws. This. 8tartlng, ho will be able, between June conferred the sumo honor on Gov
mcniis thut he will hold forth InCal- un,j November, to reunite the discard- ernor John llurke of that Slate He
Ifornla, Oregon, Wisconsin, New Jcr- nnl elements of his party. He eels bad no opposition nnd will receive
soy, Nebraska und Washington. It la . tlmt he can overlook unfulr and un- the votes or tho North D.ikota dele
bis hope In each of theso Stutes to juat treatment from the ex-President gallon In the llalllmoro convention
cither capture the delegates to the as 0 ,9 attitude, on popular govern- Tho' merriment wbb occasioned by the
Chicago convention for himself or mont, sum that the Intelligence of the statement that Mr. Iluike Is Ineligible
uirow wic.ii irom icuoseveu co some ,)eoplo wi ultimately and clearlv ills- for the Presidency nnd could not
other candidate, even f It bo Mr. Tuft. ! criminate ns to the positions of Mm- servo If elected, haing been born
Mr. La Kolletto has become vicious j ,, nnii hlll predecessor. I abroad.
In his hatred of Roosevelt and will ni....i , i.,. ... ...J lliunrnnr Tnm M.itRiiill of liullniin
Btop at nothing legitimate to punish .,.. .i.nt ln .!,' ,r i,o rl. htu also been given a "favorite son"!
,"i' J h" '' " trea8" nmrles in North Dakota, under which endorsement. He will iccelve the
and treachery. ,,, ., ,, . ii.n , otcs of Ilia lloosler State 111 the Ha -
It being useless for Colonel Itoose- the Itepubllcan nutlonul convention In- tltnoro convention, although this will
velt to nssall Mr La Kollette, ho'structed for La Kollette, Is a body necessarily bo merely complimentary.
sought revenge by turning tils batter-'blow for President Tnft and his pollt- " """"" .nainnui hub hoi muue
les on President Tuft Hu uccused ' leal friends. They claim, too. that tho "Jiic i progress In the i.lroctln.i of
him of being a reactionary and op- North Dakota delegates will swing to picking up delegates 'i ether States
pOBed to popular government. Ho said rioosevelt us soon ns It becomes evl- """ wl ,1()l avo any m.ilerlal k'iow-
many ugly things ubout Mr. Tuft, but dent at the convention thut La Kol- "K when the convention assembles.
ull of them will bo permitted to pass lette can not bo nominated, for, says!
unnoticed. Mr. Toft declared he would Senator Dixon, director of tlui nation
not make this u campaign of person-, u! Uoosevelt bureau, "the ten de'e
alltles and will give no attention to gutes elected to the convention are
tho personal assault of his former i first, last und all the time nntl-Tuft"
friend. If a time comes when Mr. tfrnni the Tnft hendniinrtnrs. on tlio
Taft will take this matter up he In- c,,hcr hand. comes tho statement that
tends to simply answer the political m,,, primaries In North DukoU provid
arguments of Colonel Uoosevelt with-1 conclusively the contentions of Pros
out mentioning him by name. Nearly ,tent Taft tunt stiite law for ruch
piimarles, sieclllcally guarded by ull
the necessary machinery, is absolute
ly necessary unless "soap-box" prl
iiiary rules are to prevail und the con
test for tho Republican nomination
for President Is to degenerate Into u
all the President's friends und man
ugers believe tils course of silence
regurdlug Colonel Roosevelt's criti
cisms Is the best that could be adopt
ed. Tho candid feeling around tho Whlto
House wus that Colonel Uoosevelt Is
Col. French Will Make Series
of Addresses During
All arrangements, for thn visit of
'Colonel French of'Ohlcfigo to the dif
ferent Islands In tie interest of the
Sulvallon Army work lmvo been mndu.
II Tim Colonel arrived on tho Mongol-
la, (his morning, and for the next row
days his time will be taken up going
Into tho different phases of the Salva
tion Army local work In this city,
also In connection with the Itescuo
i Ills first public meeting In Honolulu
will be Saturday night ut the Salva
tion Army Hall on King mid Nuuaiiii
streets, und on Sunday morning ho
will occupy the pulpit or the Methodist
church, anil In the evening lie will
Blieak tit (Vntrnl l'lllnn elmrel. Tin,
1 1 public Is cordially Invited to attend
un ciiese services.
Biggest slash since the Sale beganand the last we shall make.
We have everything marked down to the losing point. Our entire
stock must be sold regardless of results. We mean business. This
latest cut should send the goods flying.
IN PANAMA,' SERQE, VOILE
Regular 5 0(1 Sale $2.25
Regular J 7,60 Hulo 3.50
Regular 9 00 Sale (4.00
Regular 111.00 -Salu $5.00
J5e and tl Now i.40e
D5c Now 20c
tie- Now 15c
r.'l Indies wide.... 9 yards for $1
Figured Silkolino. 3 ydi. for 25c
Regular SI CO to 3 Now. .,D0o
10-4 Sheeting. . .32'2o per yard
9-t Wheeling .. ..20c per yard
8-4 Sheeting.. -27jo par yard
Regular Otic and 70c Sale
Price 15c and 20c
Regular 12V5c Now. ..3 for 25c
Regular Hie Now lOo
Regular 20c Now 12ie
Regular 25o .Now 15c
8IX PIECES IN A OOX
Regular BOe Now 15e
PLAIN AND FIGURED
Regular 7Cc u yard Sale
price 40c a yard
Doyt' Sulti, Children's Dresiet,
Embroiderlei, Ribboni, Houts
Dietiet, Curtains, Toweli, Mot
lulto Netting, Lacee, Muilln
Underwear, Ladies' Sumhadei,
This last sweep will "be effective Monday Morning.
The first picking will be for those 'first in the store.
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
The Store for Bargains
CLUB OF MANIAC
MEANT FOR COLONEL
Roosevelt Saved From Attack
By Fact TTiat Train Did
Not Pass Waukesha,
WAUKESHA. Wis. Mar. 31. Cnl
untl Roosevelt was saved from jin at
tempt by a murderous maniac Satur-
i"i ny toe sole inei nun me trnlii
ho took In passing through Wisconsin
did not go through tills city.
This wus the statement inudu today
in the county Jail by Charles Sibo
niolla, the crazed pule who tried to
attack Senator (lore wth it club dur-
Imr flu. M'lla.... ......il.. un. ,
..n ..... (.... .ii .iiii-iiii,. fUllllUU) i
Schomull.i wus sllghtl) more rational!
lonay limn was the case Saturday,
though he Is still possessed of the de
lusion that he bus a mission to kill
In Incoherent multi-rings bo told tlui
JjII authorities thut he supposed
Roosevelt wus to pass through Wuuke.
Mm and speak there. When lie went
to the (loru meeting In the, afternoon
he supposed lie wus going to have u
chance, to club the colonel, and not un
til be reached tluro and saw u differ
ent man un the iHiitform did lie know
tlmt he had been inlstiiken.
He says that devils told Roosevelt
of his plan und that Senator (lore,
whose Identity lie does not seem to
reullie, was Nfiit to take Roosevelt's
place The mail bceuiiie Insulin from
a blow on the bead whim digging u
PIIO.SSIMt AMI TIIK I'KAMTi'S
Attorney F M Prnsser hud a great
liking for peatiulii although this is
not generally known to tho delegates
in tue convention, it took a news
paper boy to Instinctively discover
tho weakness of thn big attorney
"lleia, boy," cried Prosspr. "run
nut and get inn a packet of pins so
inac we can pin tun ruins together
The boy went, and after n hunt
i omul town returned, "Hero you are,
sir," he said, and then wondered why
the attorney's eyelnows cuine together
with such u snap und the other people
on the stuge laughed so heartily
The kid hud biuught III u packet of
peuuulH and the Juke was on the at
torney l'iir news und the liulh about It ull
people biij the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
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