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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
TAFT MEN ABANDON ALL IDEA OF SPRINGING
"DARK HORSE" IF RESIDENT
IVTAm ...... Ill III
LANNUI WIN -
Delegates Supporting Him i-81;'"'"' "' i win, the ,"111.
Cannot Be Changed, Is XVtT .rJMS
Belief. i!"y,21' w,,on "' Primaries were ,el.l.
I Official Ouiintit Stopt.
- I So grout wn the urgency nrd so
CAMPAIGN TOO BITTER FOR Xu$Ti.? 5&lX !
POSSIBLE COMPROMISE XX? &t?? Z
""'" n" f Inst week In Ohio. Klng
Tf, .. . . "TO"h ,!, len"11' nn(1 br"" f
I aft Managers Openly Accuse ??,u "" fr,,'n,," nn'' -nomie 0
RnfJSnvni Fnrrnc nf Pnr " .'" .,ln.c ""'' ""PPort lilm for Iho
.l,nc!i- '"' .":.,-.". I,P ".'TH'" Wrtjr. It I.
r..,,,,,.,, c , 0llnln axonl nm.
Jorlty of the delegates, but the lndl
cations lire Colonel Itonscvclt will nip
"ii 11 uii-mci or two, linn depriving
..... 1 ifiiuriu or n soini delegation from
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BY C. S. Al RPRT
(Kprclnl Hu lint In CorrrKpondenco.)
AHIIlNflTOX. IV . Mm. 11A1I IiIb Ii. CI-.-
- aw, in " ""inr u til If.
Mrlou discussion of u dark-horse sub. Toft Republican on 1,1 tl.ey hoped
Mlttito for President Tuft before the tho President would, In 1,1, ntlnckson
l. T Aconvc""',n, "" " "ban- Roosevelt, Iny stress on the menace to
lime.1. A few of the lesser bonscn proi,erlty that would bo created by
contlmio to Kolemnly upenk of Anso- Itooweir election. They declnred
c-lnte JiiHtlce Hughen nnd uthrr nvnll- thnt If Iloonevlt were ncnln In thn
nblo timber, but the rcul lci1(,rH hnve White Hou.o there would he a pro-1
FATJX: :i '?!! .,,0"L,,.,",!,M? .'"" rending the
, " " "V" " ' "ie nn- "Miiiiiieiu or nm program, nnd that
ter rontroveniy hetween Mr. Taft nnd hunilredn of thonsnnili of men would
Colonel HooKeVilt where the delegate he Idle, while cautions capltnl would
upiortlng the I'roHldent could not he. he lying In the bankn awnlil,, .i.v.i.
iieiucrcd to nny man who might he. opmentn. Hut In the cane of I'rvnl-1
n-n n hN renlduary legatee. An ent Tnffn reelection It vna predicted
at empt t take them from Tnft ami Hint huMnexn. which hnx been hnltlnul
delher them in unmn f.fi.UK An.ti.i... l.D l.n ..i.m .. .. ""'n'" l
.,..,, . , . "" ."""ui'- " "- "miiv ciiiiiiouh capital would
would merely mean n ntnmpede to Improve, nnd there would begin n new
I.Hevilt ThlH I.H especially true of era of pro,pcrlty.uc!, Z l,n no? been
U. .delegatlonH from the Southern -Inc. the McKMn.e,' ndmln trattn
edlrn! Vi-riW,l or0,T,,r" ,,n "10' w,,Pre '""'..fflcturlng cm-
edernl otllcebolderH or thoxe crfiect- ploy numlwrlemi men. the laboring
Ing to receive a rennrd.of thnt char- ma., care, more fpr work, nnd Z Ty
ncter ,) Ulry would Immediately of It, than be .loe for the nhMrnctlons
n M, for the Itoosevelt. bandwagon the of ,aMer politician cCently
ugbt for"3 " f 'rnn"fer "'"" ,'e "h0uM h" ",U!,,, h" "Pt
JJ.r..,lo , wlthdriw-lnfaVo'rof an- i p. "n..".'
other candidate, hut the matter wax able re,ult of non,cvolrt ucce T he
con. dered at one time from the view- conviction t, Mrong that n proMierlty
point of party xueecs. It ban now campaign through Ol i o woul S ll,o
hecome perfectly elf-evldent that no TrcMdcnt nnd tie Itepi hi lean nnrty
.ellvery of goodx could he made un- more good now than nnT other line of
ler nny circumstance by the man- argument. ' . In f
niterH of Mr. Taffa candidacy. A nit- At to T.rlff Pro.n..
nation ban been renl,,i ..i.. .i. ... '"'" Pro'Peett.
l-resblent mu.t either achieve ZZ ItooHeve", "in"""' ,V! ie' Un! .'"TrJ
nnt on or he defe-iteil on ll. nn """""rl1 " e lilte limine, tarlrt
of the conwStlo,, ny Coh no IX,"Z TlZZT Tl" nT'"? mU,,,,lr
clt N,( middle brolinil of emnnrn . c,",rRMl thnt tTolontl Rnoseve t
n.h. or rq?oc on Sma j. P" ,?"", hn '"eedlngly jdiy on that .,!..
Camp.lgn Mori Bltt." 'J1 fr .V' but lf ,le '""' " '
f ThPo .frecnnUn'c-ampn.gn of bit- lu.ng"!;, XX aTiack 7'
terncM nnd denunciation Is .lally bo- ii ,V .... , . !nck ,,icf0""-
coming more fierce and IrreconMtaDle hi ,',,,, """"Vi", n,,', oul.l keep
The Tnft manager openly "cWe t bo The grom, I ?n " Une"ti""t,'
..or of lc day ,Kll," d-llng- Mrenh 7 t e n S r ?
Ii g U, being brought to n flno art point pealing to the worklngn b."lnea
,by the. vnrloumnnagervnnd. even the-mnirnndrmer -of hHtatcInl,
principal,- nre not far behind thclrpoecheH ncxt"veel
lleutenanta In IIiIh mntter. I The Prenldent l nt i, . , .
So rapjdly did Tolonel Hooseve.t nhplr'ltrt over" be' rope'e" of "h.i
make Inroad upon the Tnft ntrong. nomination by n info majority Ho
hol.l and gather In odd delegates from U counting on at leT.t ioTmore v6 ea
pa that the President became great- polbiy more than that. That I the
Ijr alarmed at the poslblly nf lonlng minimum majority 1 give blms. If
1il own State of Ohio. Ho bopped nver tlm colonel wminr
nhonrij n train nnd mmlo n four-day Maryland Bought?
" '" """ rami no -iliere I n Htrong ilosslMIIK- n.ni n.
Tresldent mnv rnmn m,i tn r..n.in
charges nbout the purchase of negro
vote In tho Maryland primaries of
Monday. Charges come from nil side
that ntthniiKh the nlmost solid white
Itepubllcnn vote of the State wn with
tho President, the negroes voted In
ilrne for Ilonsevelt under the direc
tion of men who hnd been given large
sums of money i
It I chnrged thnt fn one precinct In
Prlncn Oforge's county n IVileral of
llcoholder. under the civil service, re-'
mnlned at the poll all day working
for Itoosevelt nnd polling the negro
vote. The negroes boasted that they i
got morn for their vnie i,m.in.. .,...
they had over done. In n Maryland elee- J
...... ,.-,..,,-. nm wnme ininr was o
Pl'npklnyly repulsive, to the. Tnft
forces, following the warning of
Ilonsevelt to the nesroe nnt to be
Doiignt, that they nre contemplating
nn exposure that may double the. bit
terness now existing In the rival
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered tor Record May 25, 1912.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
Mellaril II Trent, tr, et nl to Oil
ver (I Hcott el nl ti.l
j Worth o Aiken by ntty to Notice
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Albert A I
Albert A Hussey and wf toMlitl
Hhlg Ac Loan Socy of II Ltd....
Mr Mary Downey et al to J Al
Entered fop Record May 27, 1912.
rru,, oiju a. m. to 10130 a. m.
T Sato tn Y Maruonn ( ji
O Okinie et nl to Oliin Sugar C'n
T Kojo to Olan Sugar I'o Ltd I'M
I'nntnllon Constnntlnn to Olaa
Hugar Co Ltd , ,...'M
II J Lyman to Olan Sugar Co Ltd .CM
Entered fop Record May 27, 1912.
From 10i30 a. m. la 4iM n m
Chang Yon and wf to Loo & Kami D
Ahln and wf to William It Cas
T Ah Kong and wf to Pang Lin
'-Ity Mil) Co I.t.l .to II Rosenberg.. Itel
II liosenberg tu'Snn'Ant Port Ilent
Socy of II .- i
J V ItodrlgucK, tr.. to Solomon .Me-
. "e,":' Itel
Kumntarn Miirakuml to Aratii Nl-
C Xnkufugl it al to Aratn N'lsht-
W It Castle, tr. to Territory of
Itoso Mason and hub to Territory
of Hawaii ..-. '.......-.-. n
J J Comb nnd wf to Mutl In
vestment Co of II Ltd, tr M
Entered for Record May 28, 1912.
From 8i30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.1
D K Kedulnl Mnlloti nnd ,f in
Daniel Knckn oplo ,.., d
. u iiicxnuu nun lisu lo Lewi
B Arnold -......,..- ,- D
Clmrle Melnecke In IVilnLli.-.,
Don't Buy the first suit
vou look at. Remem
ber that you can buy
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing was not the best
in America it would not
find room in our itorc,
1 nnu'M and found not wanting u n
Territorial entomology lnji'ctr It
Ih with exceeding regret that Superin
tendent Kbrhorn has boon compillcd
to accept his resignation.
Carter will tako over his new duties
as detoctlvn under tho administration
of Deputy John Kellctt ultli Juno I.
v PERPETRATED ftY WALT McnOUGAtL.- 1
3k -SIZEc;urNOICE WHtNYOUAREBUYINUAL;uUUnfl. If
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msm mxnk w .vA. wmr iwjpx. u?cs :
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v ,. ftA HERMAN IMPORTED t. fa ' ' ' .
V iJ I BOLOGNA WURSTHUNDS "fivfei ' ' ' " '
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Theme of Episcopal Convoca-
Christian Kducatlon was tho genera
topic at the continued Session of th
missionary district's tenth nnium
ineetlng ycstorilay afternoon nnd even
Ing In Memorial Hull, St. Audrow'j.
The subject wns divided Into n num
UOr Of nliaSe nml Ihnaa u... .....
ntoly handled by the Hev. v, V. Mer
rill, Mrs. James M. Kennedy, Miss Van
"eel un, mrs. uouseiia, u. C. Potter,
unu me iiev. J, K. Ilouel.
A COlincll nf mlvlen wna n .....!.. ,.!
" ....... ..ho U1.IJW. Ik L'l
hy tho Illshop, consisting of Canon
UBUorue, canon Potwlne, Itov. I
KTOII. ItObbln R Anilnrann It fi
uoiioy, ami II. M. von Holt.
ino uoard or directors elected for
tho ensulne vonr wnrn Mm ttiui.,... n
.. .-.... "." . .. .. . "" "' '""
r. unvies, JOlin Ulilld, Ueorue C Pot
ter, Alex. Lindsay, Jr., Jupauesu Hoc'
reiary loiing, canon Potwlne, and
Kev. injiold Kroll.
Alnv l.lti.lan.. T ...n ..t....i ...
...w.. .....uau, . nun t:iei-ieu CIIIlll
cellor of tho diocese and Itov. Leopold j
..a ..uu VIULICU IIDIIUI, I
"The American Indian" will bo 11...
Sllblect nf n lnelurn liv llnv Li 11. !
Aiornii on Krlday night. Tho lectuio
Will DO mil V lllnutrnl.wl will. ..,1.-
hundred tnnlnrn ullil.tu n.nl D1..i.l.l l.A
Todav I Wnmnn'u Anvlllnrv luu
and In tho fnrennnn llinr.i u-nu n .Aln.
hratlon of the Holy Communion at tho
I'auieurai, with tho Illshoii ns Cole
Irani; Kplstolor. tho Hev. K. W. Mer
rill; Oospeler, tho Itev. J. K. llodel:
Preacher, tho Itev. W. S. Short. After
tho servlco there was an adjournment
to mo Memorial Hall, where the bus
tness of the meeting wn ntienml mi
At 1 o'clock lunch was served hv the
women or ut. element' imriaii nm at
At 4 n elnek Hiimtav nflnrnnnn II.
Alice Mackintosh Memorial Tower, a
part of St. Andrew's Cathedral, will
be flnillentnil Tllntmii Una! Ai.yt ...III
officiate, assisted by Illshop Willis ol
Ilecuiise uf n leuk at Mlddleport, the
fouling of water In tho Krlo cunal he
twoen Itwbester mid Uickport ha lieen
It I reported that mmhors In the
fainlno dlstrlet nf China, particularly
In Kl.ingsu nnd AneliMla, are cutlng
one u not her.
I THE T
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts. -
Arthur K. Carter, who some months
ugo proved his worth us a harbor po-'
nco oiiieer, and who was prevailed
upon to accept u position u Inspector
with tho Tenltorlnl deimrlment nf en.
tomology undir the direction of Ku
pvrlntcndent R. M. Khrliorn, will soon
return to hi old love, that of a mem.
her of the staff of tin munlclpul so-
crei service. il
Carter Is peculiarly dujlllled tonnrrv
out the duties of the position towbleb
ho will transfer with the first of next
month. An a harbor police olllcer he
possessed few eou.Us. He proved n
terror to the ever-present stownway,
and wus nlwuy on tho alert for vlo
Intor of the Territorial or Federal
hius governing this p.irtlcular brand
Carter has been weighed In tho 1ml-
W. offer and recommend, .ubj.et to prior .ale and chana. of price, at $92.50 and accrued intere.t
First Mortgage 6 Gold Bonds
PART OK POND ISSUE OF $25,000
Island Electric Co., Ltd.,
it "wa'dukl0 TlZlt IT,: CmP4ny lnCOrPr',ed U"J" h' " H-w.n and doln, bu.in...
Dated April 20th, 1912 Due April 20th, 1932
Intere.t Payable on the 23th day, of April and October at the olfice of
Bishop Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu
Redeemable in Whole or In Part at Par and Intere.t after April 20th, 1922
DENOMINATIONS $500 and $100
Bishop Trust Company, Limited, Trustee,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Make all inquiries and address all correspondence to
Island Investment Co., Limited,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $35,000
103-104 0TANQENWALD BUILDING . . . pnon, 1884
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