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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THUR8DAV, APR. 18, 1912.
ROARS, BUT INSIDERS SAY HE IS-
Children Cry for Fletcher's
READY TO BOLT IF NOT NOMINATED 11V CHICAGO
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Tho Kind Yon Ifm-A Altvnva
In use. for in or 0 yearn, lias lorno tlio Rl;iuituro of.
jrtf . niul liaH liecn mailo under Ills pcr
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AH Counterfeits, Imitations anil "JiiHt-ui-gimil" nro but
JuxpcrlmetitN that triflo lllt anil cntlaiiLfer tlio lii'altli of
, Infants and Chlldrcu-Kxperlcuuo against Impertinent.
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contains neither Opium, JMorphlno nop other Narcotics
Hulmtunoe. Its Ko Is Us guarantee. It destroy 'Worms
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Colle. It relievos Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tlio J-'ood, regulales tho
Stomach and llowels, RUInir healthy and naturul sleep.
Tlio Children's 1'anacca Tho Mntlier'rt Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
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In Use For Over 30 Years
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npHURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY will
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Colonel Hands Cards in Ana
nias Club to Those Who
Express This Opitvon.
TEDDY'S FORCES REPORTED
LOOKING FOR DARK HORSE
Justice Hughes, Fomicr New
yoik uovcinor, Picked as
BY C. sTaLBERT.
(Prxcliil I1 11 1 1 1-1 1 n Corrcupoiiilriicp.)
WASHINGTON. I). (!.. Ai.rll r.
"Any statement llko Hint In untrue."
in nun into sonlenco Col. Roosevelt
promptly handed membership cards In
tllC Annril.lH Chill In nit Ihnun nt,..
inailo ntlcranrcn to Hie effect that lie
nnd determined to bolt the result of
tlio Chicago convention If ho wcro not
the nominee. It seemed llko Rood old
times In lino tho Colonel mnWn nn
nnnoiinccment of this kind. When ho
was In the Wlilln Hoiiko ho habitually
passed arotltld Ills mcmhprnhlti mi-flu
at brief Intervals. A renew nl of iim
custom lias caused nil his former
irioiiUH to reol perfectly at homo
When Col. Roosovolt created an aw
lul upronr by declaring that ho had
lost out In Now York and Indiana b)
fraud, and started on a Western
BtumpInK trip to rotrlco his falling
fortunes some of his closest ndvbors
permitted It to beromn known Mini
the Colonel would not nbldo by tho
result of tho Chicago convention. He
believed that nil his delegates hao
been taken nway by corrupt methods
and ho did nut Intend In ll li nl
that. Despite his denials tho Impres
sion still nrnalln thnt If nnv mmnr
tnnlty Is presented tho Roosevelt fac
tion will either openly desert nnd n
fuso lo support Tart after his nomina
tion, or else quietly whet their knhes
and nrrango for cITcrtlvo work at tho
polls, where they will secretly antng
onlzo tlio Itepubllcan tickets.
Friends to Interfere.
It has becomo absolutely known
hero that n number of prominent Iloo
fovelt supporters, personal frlcndH
and ardent Admirers of years, aro pre
paring to get In touch wltn tho Colo
ncl to tell him frankly that ho Is drag
ging down to defeat many men who
lmvo stood by him through thick and
thin and still think him tho greatest
man In tho country, nlthough rutloly
allocked by Bomo of bis recent stnto-ments.
Tho men who nro said to bo alarm
ed aro Insurgent nnd indlcal Senators
nnd Representatives, (inrcmnrH, Stalo
legislators and officeholders generally
who enmo out for Roosctclt In t lic be
lief that his Rtrengtb with the people
would hold them In nfllco nnd carry
them through tho present polltlrnl
chnon. Tho Colonel's umt-tnlls looked
mighty good to tho men who saw the
great Btorm gathering' nnd who felt
sure thnt under (ho inspiring loader
ship of tho former President nil would
como out well. I
Itcforo actunlly deciding upon a'
bolt It Is hellovcd tho Konsoolt forces
will soon begin looking for n "dark
horse." Having found the elusive an
Imnl they will groom hi in for entrance
Into tho Presidential race. Tho nainn
most frequently suggested Is that of
Assoclato Justice Charles H. Hughes
of the Supremo Court Tho search
will not end with this one possibility
hut ho extended to nil nnllablo Mm
her throughout Hie couutrv. Tho
fight nnd nolso will bo continued mi
til tho frisky beast Is found und then
nil tho furoro will bo turned In the dl
cctlon of mnklng him run bettor mid
more rapidly than Mr. Taft I
Assoclato Justlco Hughes has been
Indirectly sounded by friends Ho
has said emphatically that his nosl-
Hon on tho murt precludes his tlulti:
HAWAIIAN FIRE CLAIMS WERE
LOST IN CONGRESS; FOUND NOW
WASHINGTON, I C. Apr
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iiiiuK-iri iiuittiii Mut" ll)l','ll III:
niitnu il lliuc nil fit irKIKI.HIVt- lilt K
mid get something start) d through the
grind, a Ming bobs up iilmig the ninny
riuiii unit causes u hull lr nntbiiig
worse occurs, u bill lieciunon lnt nnd
there Is long delay In llndlnc it Hue hi
was the Idcntlcnl troubl,. Mint Nlrn,-I. I
tlie iiiensure passed seernl wicks ngii'
y the Hciuite to relinburse liisiiriuui'!
KiniiuiiiM' jor losses Himimnril iiy Urn
In lighting the bubonic phiguu n dozen
FREE SUGAR UP;
HEARD ON IT
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tho dofeat of tho House bill placing
Biigar on tho frco list.
Largo delegations of cane-sugar pro
ducers from Ijoulslann aro hero. In
cluded In tho number aro nil tho
prominent men Identified with that in
dustry there. Somo high officials of
tho Stato nnd members of tho LcgiBla
turo aro among tho party. In nihil
Hon, thero nro many hero from all
tho Slntes vitally concerned In tho fu
lure of thn licol-nugar business. All
theso bodies nro framed no on n non
partisan basis. Republicans and Dem
ocrats are working together for a com
mon en ii so.
Tho purposo of tho Bugar delega
tions In coming to this city la two
fold: 1 All phases of tho situation must
lo carefully presented to tho Scnato
I Inancn Commllteo. now encaged In
giving hearings on Hie limine free-su
gar measure. Tho dnte, originally set
for March 22, was deferred by agree
ment until Monday, April I. Tho
henrlngs begnn nt 10 at) o'clock on
that dnte. Kvery conceivable feature
of tho situation was laid before I ho
committee. The stories told by tho
l,oulslann cnue-growers wns almost
trnglc. Tboy declnred Hint tho depre
ciation of property nnd decline of bus
Iness began with tho opening of ItH
Investigation by the socnllcd Hard
wick Committee, of tho llouso. Slnco
that time, they demonstrated, many
vnluabln plantations hao gone Into
tho hands of receivers and others
hae been sold al great loss. Ono
plantntlon easily worth more than $t.-
000,000 brought but $11011,000 under tho
namnicr. in anticipation of antagonis
tic legislation, they nsserted, largo
numhors of cmp!ocs lmvo boon laid
off and wnges lmvo been materially
reduced. Production Is fulling bolow
tho ordinary average as a result of
tho prevailing apprehension. An
equally pitiable tnlo was (old by tho
2 -Tromondnus pressure Is bolng
brought lo bear upon Sennlor llristow
In dlssundo blm from entering Into
any compact with the Democrats
whoreby the minority In tho Sonnto,
noting with tho Progressive Republic
ans, might mnko effective somo form
of sugar legislation. Tho statement
that Mr. llristow had offered to help
tho DomocrntH pnss oery pending tar
iff monstiro nnd put them up to Presi
dent Tnft for apprm al or votn, If tho
Democrats would modify their do
inands for free sugar nnd nccont some
thing on tlio approximate basis of I
cent por pound, Is responsible for tho
doscont upon him. Ho Is being stren
uously urged to not entor Into any
such arrangement as thnt indicated.
Mr llristow is entirely undecided as
to what his future course will be. He
believes that the abolition of tho pref
erential on refined sugars nnd tho
elimination of tho Dutch color stand
ard, being equivalent to 15-pcr-ccnt,
reduction, would bo mifllcleiit at this
or snylng nnj thing polltlcnl, but Hint
nbeno all he will not permit his name
to bo brought ngnlnst Mr. Tnft, who
appointed Mm to tho bench. Ills ml
miration for tho President Is gcnulno
nnd strong. If ho should bo nominat
ed for President nt Chicago ll would
bo only bemuse Mr. Taft was out of
tho race. t
Tho While House managers hao
tnkeli cogiilmnco of Col. Roosevelt's
assertion Hint fraud Is being used ev
cr where In defeat him. It was point '
en out tnai in .North Dakota tho pi I
onirics were of tho nreelsn kind II, i.
Itnosctcll people nilwicalu uer)-
where. Yet when they wero beaten
lij La Pnllctlo they nsscrted Hint tho
DomocnilB of tho Stnto had beaten
Koiseclt, rind that thousands of
Demoernts voted for l.n Kolletto. In
Indlnnn a "soapbox" pilmnry Was held
throughout tho Stato. I ho only kind
that could ho provided whero thoro
wns no law lo safeguard It.
Tho cry of frnud there wns slnrteil
before tho elections were held nnd
(ontliiiies et. In Now York yester
day a legnl primary, conducted under
Statu Inus, nl which only rcglstere.
Republicans could Mite, brought out
worse cries of frnud I linn lo tmllniui
or North Pallida. Three different
kinds of primnrics resulted In tho
snmp sort of complaint from tho Roo
fevelt camp. , i
The relief ineiiKure slliped thrmiKb
the s-'i'ii.ite mid wem on Its Jnjiuis wny
ilrrnss to tlie lloim' It iiii,uenlly
droppeil tlirnimli u bole mid lius neir
lii-en seen simp Tlio ileiks und lues
Kcngers liiiuted blgli und low fur the
missing bill After losing tu.ui) dajs
of precious time the) guxe It up
A foriiuil n-Miliitliin was iliiull) iish
eil li tlie llniise, reiiientlnK the Si-n
nte In fend Ihi'in ho ollli-lil mi of
the llisur.llii-e hill Tills wns ilmie nnd
tlie iiiensure Is mm rend for pi-riisnl
und conxldi ration lij the propi r coni
iiilllee nt the oilier end of tlie Cnpltiil.
time. He does not desire In go far
ther. In any oent be could accept
nothing going below n (lat rate of 1
cent per pound. The Prngresslvu It"
publicans look lo Mr. llristow for
guidance in nil matters pertaining to!
Tho DcmocratH nro so wedded In
I heir campaign slogan of fieo sugar
and tho Scnato Is so hopelessly dhld
cd oa tho subject that any action
sccinn unlikely. If n suhstlliito for
tho llouso bill should bo paused by
trio Senate, relating nlono to tho prof
erentlal dntv nnd the Dutch standard,
It would nut ho nci opted In tho llouso.
Thero nro a sufficient number of Sen
ate Democrats who consider It goon
polltcls to stand bv tho House In lis
Jtnrlrr program to proont tho nccept
nnco of biicIi n iiiensure ns would bo
presented by Mr. llristow.
Apparently tlie plans of D M Car
man of .Manila to Interest Hawaiian
capital In the ileelopinent of tho I'n
lanibii estates, Philippine Island, as a
sugar lAmilnllmi, Inim- riillcu Ihinugh.
News lias nrrlwd from .Manila Hint
John M Hnlter of that city, gim-rnl
manager of the P.ielllc Coiniiiercl.il
C'limpiiny. will become the owner of
tlio estates through u deal now pend
ing Mr Hwllrer plans to dewlnp the
estate on modern lines In eullhntlmi
and iimiiiifm-ture of sugar.
Tlie CiiIiiiiiIhi estates emiie Into much
public notice through tho ilKh llimiice
inclliiHls of Alford I'lnley Tluisir fur
hut Jliinoiiliiu, who, tried to promote
a sugar plantation, used without mi
thorlty the names of prominent Ha
waiian ciipltnllxts, imi) lln.ill) dls.i
peareil after what threatened to bu so
rlous legal entniiglenienls.
ROBERT SHINGLE ON STAND
FOR OTHER SIDE NOW
Robert W. Shlnglo was plated on
tho- stand In thn Kukalnu case this
morning for the respondents when the
matter camo beforo Judgo Robinson In
tlio Circuit Court.
Tho enso Is expected to ho finished
this week so far ns l.pnrlm- Mi,. ,.ul
denco Is concerned, for nt tho present
iimo u is only a matter of i burning
over tlio main fnels again and again,
tlio last fow witnesses having brought
out very II 1 1 lo that wns now.
Shlnglo was plaied on tho stand for
Albert Homer during tho beginning of
his enso nnd Is now giving evident a
for tho other side.
Clenerul Miuonib made a trip to
Schullelil Ilarrncks this morning. In
Inspict tlie site selecled for the new
CIlMlllV lllirrilf'kll ntwl nlw,. lr. u. .. limn
the construction work on tho Infantry
quarters is progressing Captain :,
Wlirils. COHStriiet Ini- llltlil-trtiii,w!i r Im.l
Instructions to rush both Jobs, mid he
ii.is noi in-t ii Idling tlie grns glow
under Ills feet.
C0r. ..,, ittt
0 Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Wear-ability Qualities, In Tile and Parquetry effects and
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Stock comiits of Quality Inlaid Makes of Farr A. Dalley and
the Sterling Qualities made by Cook, the linoleum manufac
turer, Ato large itock ol
priced from 35 centi a yard up.
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