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but could rct.tsy .ct, which side it
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is ; a . ,$
time - to
thosq pictures taken,;
Before the holiday
( ' rish . begins we can
; take plenty of time4, to
: get acquainted and
bring out your best j
' points; , '
Also we have"
t ere stirs things
1. . I Ulto
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.rt- lr!;e i3 less than his
cr.J h;3 fltr-css fcr the of-
'.(a he is rur.r.ir., f:r.
ats still say
v :ll elect delegate
fcrc:i:ta frcm Repu
: ?r-Icrs show the
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ores were sent to all city
yc-tcrday ; by -; City" Clerk
ani's staff; The outside pre-
ived the:. ' "-t 1 -res last
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Ranks closea a, "'n 't'ay :-i
meet of the t;. I :e: v, ; r
clewed all day. Ui.-cr the .law the
t.aloons have to remain closed until
tlx o'clock this evenin;
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.Republican leaders this rncrnlng de
clared optimistically that they would
make a clean sweep of the county
ticket , :-:..r: .. :, .
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both parties CLAIM u
I r WILL ELECT MAYOR
1 Col. C.. McCarthy last night (is-
sued an election forecast :oa the May
oralty, giving Fern the lead by four
hundred-' vol esi His forecast Is; ! .- .
i - v - Fourth. Fifth. Total
Fern . . , . . , v. . 1700 -. 200Q : :J3700
"Parker '. .... ; H.;:lS0O r 1500. 13300
Hustace. . . . . . '."". . v ". . . ..... ' S00
. The Republican f orecase . yesterda.y
: afternoon : was:-. I ;.?v',; f'
1 ; . : Fourth. Fifth.: Total
Parker . . .' .V.' .1 1 882;1757 3633
Fern 1v,.K.w;v1C18v 1916 ; 3534
Hustace -. I. . . ; 4So. .V 241V, 726
- Spoiled Ballots
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Moore My sense of hearing, is . the
keenest ever.- Do you know, - T can
hear your watch ticking although you
are six ect away. v Ppore--Thea you
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a wuuuer. jwynaica. is aiiinei I flldn't. come ahy where near :his claimed the Drecincf was roInastToai-rsaidthei was a-lot of snlittinff In! ,'niir a n; a-TaIs a. rn" ,rn.i ctk tr A,-ifYiMn Mnr H lo ,a'uJ!J, ut-trs. 5 t
'if '"":;;''-,ri::-- -Ta-V:' wealth,';:'- ' '
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fr, tJflv Vri
the pomn&'which merely betokened;
I S !l , J !,hT!Tf!
1 v , - "feri,nvinore than SO per cent of
soft ; harmonies . floated through". (thc
': corridor, from a IeWtedecked female
glee' club stationed at' the top of tfct
3taJrj; VU; waji ipCted: that ; the
tuneful body; would be slvea a, roupd
of the polls about midday, to " cheer
the,: workerjf, and flure totea to tjie
eause ; with gaiitar and voice. rais
depended on there being an automo-. for lhem do fa the way of quelling
bile to spare at that time, v . H ' j rJota,-; but the , election officers, , gave
B. G. Rivenburgh, chairman, of thethem tlje laugh ihe voting during the
.county committee, was at headquar-.jjng i,eiag about' the most quiet
tehs by 6:S0 $ m,, but there was not jand orderly on record. iThere :were
mucn Dowg unui me amos rouea jip'no tghU Of: any kind. and. the work
to re pun jor , uuij iuiu were kuiiu j
their stations. :'- '-:':X': -X I 1
!We have plenty of auioa, Mr.
I Rivenburgh '' sal -TThere is one for
. fvery precinct and . in some cases
two. We have twenty-five machine
altogether." - y- :,' ;
A captain was allotted td every
: precinct, . in some cases having an al
ternate. It is not. every precinct .n
the United States that will have the
-distinction of the second of the fourth'
Ffcere tr.zj, ...wtc? V,'C.::r'z3-certain
is a rrxaji. who thi3 year v.-pa world re
nown in . prerence-, of rpecrl3 cr, all
r:ticr3.. Reference ii to. Duke Ka
r. t'-'ji, clr:'a -c'rt -Cirtcnce
Kv::r."cr cf t.e wcrld, fr-ojoved
LI;-:sc'i to Le at" the Olympic . games
m Stockholm, "Sweden, tM r" sunv
;er. In politics Duke , :r :ns ? not
o in the fir"? tc
frier ', R
i t Stock,!
holm auJ in giving hira .triumphant
welcome heme., .' v .-4
r tratic Captains! In Fourth, :
Following is the list of Democratic
precinct captains la' the' fourth dis
tract: ' ;.. .. , . .
V. 1st recoct C :U .lleteula. i
2nd precinct Duke Kahanamoku;
D. Halemano, alternate. r. .1 ;'; 4
rd precinct C. 1 H. Rose; Alua
, ih. prccinctA.'. E. Carter.' ': i
5th precinct J. V.T. .f!:. - ; I
; th precinct Charles Llra." "'I' ' t
Tth precinct J. II. WiUcn.' i
vrth -precinct William II. Samson.
Kth precinct Jchn :-!
llth precinct V 'Ur
i . w . . . . -
-pn fr- ' ..
ill.. I 1. Iivii..
"Vr-U'tln of Oc-
contains the following story
rr.t is r:
- I Into
-r.ic steamer C!c-rra slip-
horT or t etwee, aowers
:: z frc a -.1th th:
r.ryr .1 . ever
iUj at this j vrt. - - ;
u r.jvv. v-3 Ilrs. -Horace
:en'3 llc::ltal, la the islands, who
: .:rrl,d to cna cf" Hawaii's pros--.dcrf-'
rs;r' '9 -l. : on
mcr -, the en! ig t j ot
. a , wh u. r' 1 at
i..tL.c3 Lurs later, for her home
: Mrs." Kr elor -; hung ; fir. over the
tie am .: o rail waving ; ed-hre and
t- -'n- kisses to h-r '--.d until
v d the cren seas ..out cf
.." ..t cf Dinn:c:.d II:: 1. . .. -X
The hustand was left standing, a
i '!--" f'rure- c- t!:' r.-harf, a tear' on
tuLr cl.::k, a::J wlih-nothing but hi
parlor to go tack
to. . He mu:t remain "until such: time
as he can dispose of his Interests in
s.nd about Honolulu, when he, too,
will "purchase " at!cket ' and ' hasten
across land and sea to his blushing
Lri-e.V . " ?y -
' . 1 .ddingicvert brought -to -a
,: - c! - a rcm-n-o. Wh'.a sprung
up last' April between. - Miss Loul3e
Whipple,' V. on a r'rse ati the hopi
t r-d Ilcrace I. lor, who came to
1 ; A ' !s r :per. '.x removed.; When
.or was nursed back to health, he I
very graciously gave the credit; to, booths. r and - not fVery-t large there.
Mis -Whipple. Then ,he popped itheKftniost good orderprevalIed.M There
queryver old, ever new. - . ! ; j was. neither, eight, nor smell of booze
At first-the nurse, declined, having,
in mjnd the rule of the. hospitalthat
no married aurses need expect; to
hold a position -: la -the institutioa.
She said she was undecided; whether
to marry, and settle down or remain!
as aaurse. - K.eeior woura nor nave
thi3, and his" .plea . finally won IIss
Whipple's : consebt . - " 1 :: :'y
' That; evening she f was t; told that
while the hospital authorities ; had to
part with her,, it was only with a great
deal of regrets and a, 'sincere desire
that she have; a. happy i married; life.
V ' EDUCATl4NRIEF3. - 1 '
Football is forbidden ia the schools
of Uavaria? by a recent decree. .
The average monthly : . salary j of
American school teachers in' 1870 was
J28.54. t is now.;$fiilJ0. ;l;tv .
g -" , ;; f'.i ;;;-;;
t Berlin Is o' have-mpulsory i Un
dus trial- and -cor$m?rciaU continuation
schools for girls.' ; : ,; '..""- '.; ..;' -.-
Daughter Father lyou shouldn't
have, .kicked George, last night You
broke:, the. poor fellow'a heart Father
"Ka.kaa.ko tunch" la tire sixth and ser-
-l i c '
T11 election;mbTed smoothjy in toe
the Fourth; the polling-place
, ;.fcU1, , Jl t
U ,181 -rotes jud been marked on
the. total registration ' of S3?. - The
Btralght Democraticticket 5 was mak
ing a good xun, according to rumor,
while (the Republicans w er -getting a
pplU vote. ' J -r.i -K T: 'H-i
wSeveral. mfmhura of .the policy force
put; in an appearance shortly, before
noon, and asked If there was anything
ers for both, parties confined .their ar
gumentsentirely; to moral suasion, I
At 1:50 this afternoon' the total vote
polled ; was 24 5. . 'rf- -'' '. ; "7 ' 1
Ninth Precin ct, Fourth" District. ! ; i
Out , of a total registration ' of 87,
the largest of any precinct in the city,
33 votes' had been ' polled, at 12:25
this afternoon. -The voting was heavy
from : 11 o'clock i- on, the rate1- being
about one per minute. . X - : ;
When; the polls opened this 'morn
ing, "Scap Pox" , Barren, Link ilcCan
dless" handy man, t entered protest
trlnit t-3 nake-un -jef the: elecUon
heard, claiming that the Tights- of the
Democratic party had been overlooked
ia the appointment of all three Repub
lican . inspectors. ,v u vj ;: :'. ;
4 ."It-, wes; criminally -( Intended s ' tall
Earroo that Joha Townsend shoull t9
the., Democratic; inspector. . It, eems
there are ..two persons by the. name-in
this precic.Vand -Vctt-Smlth cent the
ncticeof-aprcint.r.ent to the Repuhli
can. Joha Townsend.. Wefc-ri cut
the, mistake , the ineit -day-and c:ked
the secretary -,to- make . the chan3,
tut' this; he wbuUn't do. I cntered'a
pretests merely.; to-.aafeuard .our
From, a ,traw; vote ..taken -.cf' these
r ho, were; willln- to talU ever their
hallot,, it seemed that McCandl-cs
was making a strcr.2 rua. The D:r.
crats claimed 70 rr cent cf --the -vet 9
ct, for the 'head cf their. ticket. C.
H.' Paris was being knifed,: according
to'TOllirg place .rrm or.; --;, j- ?
.Te-th Precinct. Fcurth . n strict. ',:-.;.;'
.There wc3. very Uttl.' stir '.around
thio rcllln place, corner Nu'nu and
E-ti trc:ts, tha r-::trat::n belr.3
m :ll.nr.d conf.nei larjcly to the reti
d :ace diitrict,. The .Yote-.'crm? fairly
etrcr. in the eerly romir and. then
fell eff towcrd-.the'.ncca. tcur.:."It ii
.::. etc d that. there, willbe. some le;e
yct-3 in jut tefcre, the polls. close.
lh 2 tot" 1 rei:tration. la the tenth
c: the' fourth Js 13, and, of this num
ber 79 had cast tb?r ballots at 11:S0,
and SI at 12:20.1 "Vlt electioneering
w3 being done ar--.nl th rol'" f?e-n-cd
to coma I.ara the Demccrats, their
rrJ- 1::,-:-'er- "vi "en-cenhan
thc.3 ;cf .RcLUullcaa. jvorkers. ; ,. :
- V.'alnianalo A telephone meooaaa
from that precinct to the Etar-Dulletin
ct-l:D ivm, stated that voting U tlow
end light, cnly a small number of tha
registered, vcie being caaf up -'to that
hour. , Republican prospect3 reported
very bright there. ; ,
Twtlfth Pr;:inct Fourth District.-i:
Thl3 3 a. Punchbcv.i precinct, -;the
tocth t elng on Punchbowl street near
the rauca -stream bridge..:. It; is' -can-
sl ::orcd ty the Democrats as their
strongest precinct in proportion to to
tal, vcte, but V Republican vwcrksrs
claimed to be .doing bettsr than thsy
expected. At nocn L. L. ;McCand!es3
put in an appearance in a big.motor
car, and made t a fhort. speech ,. that
wes received with cheers., ; .. ,
;. Republican candidates . .mnde - fre
cuent trips ; to , thi3 precinct, . and
throughout, the morning there yras a
steady stream of motors carrying office-seekers
cf, that party. - The, Dem
ocrats teemed .serenely', confident of
sweeping the precinct,, and a good
many ct the candidates gave it the go
by; altogether.; I lyz
- At 12:10 this' afternooil 131 votes
had been polled;out of a total registra
tion of 236, . ' -j .. ;.
Fifth, District, - J :'M A '
'Voting was heavy and regular in ttl
town precincts of the fifth district all
roornrns., Crowds at' the uollinz Dlaces
:re not large, .eceptinr at toe Kaliai
anyweere, and laqulry faUedUa" locate
anything resenibliagrcpen; housein
any precinct . r.va - " . .,: . .
U- Split voting was .suspected to tbine
extent ia most places-, but was alleged
iu formidable amount only, in the Ka
libiwaena pm-inct ; Although the in
dcpendeat candidates, for senator and
mayor,: Cohen 'and lustace,-, claimed
each a big support, the rfeguiar pa-?y
n;ea ,;. nowhere conceded ; anything-ot
tbe kind. ': ; i y : .. .'. . .- ;'----';';-: -g
It' appeared as" if the Reruhlicans
were doing.the hardest-work la evfry
preciact aa air; of lassitude e ing evi
dent witb Democratic bad ge wearers.
While of icoune each side made boasts
in only one; or two cases did the work
ers put forth obviously ridiculous pre
tences.; ji - a- ;;v f-'t'W ';:;.;-. : yCA
Shortly f before 11 o'clock ra Star
Fulletin reporter made a round bf the
seven town 'precinct of the fif th enH
lcg;t 12 o'clock, and bhtalaed state
treats of the polling progress and estl
iPates from party men of all stripes. ;
Ninth : PredncV Fifth District.- r
y Polling iplace, Kalih J pumping plant
At -11:15 there were 240! rotes " cast
out' of a registration; of 508,and the
waiting line was not long. Democrats
ii.Jocl jC.Cc'.aa tsi Caries Hcstara
we UUpilL xJica.3Uie repcrt. r
called. Cohen . said the ; indepenf cr.t
vote wi3tr5&U over tte'filta;
ce agreed with hia. ;.--
Precinct. Fifth CUtrlctrr
polling: place of this precinct Is
The polling: place of this precinct
on the Kalihlwaena school groanii
At,10:0 o'clock 115 h4 potcd out cf
a loui regi5iruoa 01 -us. . it was es-
rred that a total voU or 2S0,woulr be rence conservatively estimated at 5&fJ
VcUtfc$y-j l;;f -"W ;! persons, whlcU ; nearly j filled' ,'" Aala'
William- C. Miles, DemocraUe cap-
tela said : "I think we will carry two-
tl.irds Democratic straight. The'wlore,
Dctnocratic ticket "will lead la this pre
cinct - McCanCiess will have ? a V
majority. Republicans" v are; splitfHig
this way Pacheco Petrie. UcTIeIIi,
? lark ham. kn, EarUetUand t EnoS,
Pacheco," UcCIellaa and Petrle are es
pecially: strong.' ' -; 'v ; " -s ... ; ? y
"Paddy Ryan Republican, iaid of thlJ
split! That's a good ticket. - Pacheen
is a good-man. 'We'want a supervisor
who lives .out here,- 1; . v-' ' :
h Al Fransoa. Republicant This Is
a strong Democratic precinct,' but I
think we will break even.; I think wi
will be able to hold our,ownJ" 5 V
" At noon today, t one .hundred' and
fifty-Aye votes out of a total resistra
tlon of 202' had beea cast. Quiet
reigned at' the polling place during the
midday. - An; early vpte presented it
self at this precinct. "During the first
houy. following the- opening of -H the
poll3 a heavy vote was casC Demo
cratic workers near the pcl!3 predict
a heavy vote for4 their party candi
dates The Republicans are also c
timlstic and It. is believed that th3
rushi of voters may be expected at the
last' tncacstv; :-;r,--'.k'.' f i'-J:
Independent candidates la thl3; pro
"ciact ara tct ranch to the fere, thcuh
their runner3 are bu3y and ezprc:3
hopes. fcr a good Eho wing ia tL? ccunt
Ing of the" tallot3.' '".-? V -. .
Clsventh Trsclnct, Fiflh Clotrtci. f
. The booth for thl3 precinct :i3 c
poslte Kaiulani ; EchocU Out c! a re
gLatratlea ct C3 rcters.-2C3. to! c: t
the'r tallat3 at 11:23. Rudni: Da :
RepuhIloan,;sald: 'The - Roruhll"-.
voting ia very ctrcng. Cur condi : . .:
fcr-mnycr. and sheriff ara 'raa r.:r z
away ahead ;cf expectation:,,, zz a1 )
ha sonatcrlal ticket-We crpoo: to
put tlx xu;orvIocr3 la th
He claimed thera hai ; t:;n 1Z1
straight Repuhlloaa vot03 ca;t at
hour, and declared that cnly tra vot:
tad to;a cast far the independent
candidates. ;-:v-; ;. -
;'.' No Democrat could ta found- 7. h 0
would venture aa eotimata c ! 1 ; -' '
Ona claloied they were Etrcagor t
two '.years' aso.'..; zr--' : -
f; -. ... .' 7- : -.'-Tv.::ih
prccir.tt,' Fifilj .Cl.lricb - -This
poll is at ;LUlha and oL;:l
streets. The - re g lotry i3 " 141 voters,
and at '11:23 o'clock 97 had voted. A
Democratic roe." :ongir tall hl3 party
vote was ceding out all right, and he
did not knot? if; there: was any rr'.ll
tin..'; --vf .-A", :s-.y:. i '.,.- '
: Democrats ; chime 1 :; everytv ' z !:i
sight, at th?i: precinct. ;,c'".ri-' t'. 5
rooming : h--:rs;.-.whi!:: '. Rep -hi' :"n
pgrty workers .were not, for -hel:' -. 3 In
making cpt.ioaistic preo'e'tlons. ' : ,
,,AVt!ter 'Ccornbs,-. R:: V.l M
that cp to that tlr.3 12 stra!;':.t R:.
pnhllcoa vctc3 had .been d-po:ited. At
leaet thirty D;r:ocrra Izi epl!t tv!r
vctes,- nr.,Coohs,ea::,: rgd -i;u:ta:a
tad; to far get only four v-e-.
An - early; ;y;t9 ; v-03 f-;r '.oi.- At
11:43 ;this morr'ng lC.vctn cut cf a
total cf 143 for the preel-gcVtad t:e:i
cast, Tha Twelfth ma' r en cf t' 0
bestj shOTrings la- th9;.li"t c rroclreta
In the Fifth s$'fara3 a.poeeihllltr cf
aa early arid full yot3,v.Ti cccern3.
Both parties t'oclT?. tht th3 . vot
ers , are- ecratchlr g ,; their .tickets; -.;K
leiopu, Republican condido 1 9 f:r,tts
enate, v;i3 .believed s,,wili ,lad his
ticket in) tWa, precinct. ,xTi'! - -v-'-ricyenthPrecirot
A-.steady. vote from the;tir " cf the
opening . of the; poll3 s . recorded ia
this pre'einctj. f.At..e,j3ven-fortyj this
morning, 200 .votes had, been cot cut
ot a.,tctal:; registration cf S:.t
A - good;:Reputllcaa -vote i3; confi
dently,, predicted -herej . The . Demo
cratic workers, point to . the yfa'ct ..that
thisr is, -Parker's., precinct; and , the. caa-didate-is.
meeting ;With much opposi
tion, r t; r ; ' v. ;..;; -,8 j
--'.The j sentiment --expressed at Jthkj
polling place 'today -was; - that- both
Parker' for; Mayor and Parker for
Sheriff would:-carry -o the - precinct
Ccsta. for Deputy Sheriff ia? said to
be polling a strong vcte also. It is
staled that the ; voter casting a
straight ballot ia - this 2 precinct' Is
looked upoa as a- curiosity, e I Quiet
prevailed and little or no disturbance
nas thus fait been noted, . ,
Thittechth' Precinct, FJfth' District!. ; '.
'Polling place, Kanklni and Ntfuanu
stteets. . There was a choice collection
oi? big- guns here, including tSetator
Judd,' Mayor." Fern; ln .h. McCandiessi
and Jack; Kalakiela.'-The registratioa
is1 328.'. and ! at'41: 40 'o'clock ISO v had
voted.-: V Mayor A claimed everything
lorely ; for; the "', Democrats.'d Kalakiela
was specific, V; saying the Democrats'
had the, preciact two to oae. The re
pcrter aai tot entertte, laughter sign
at this to give a true report ; of bo w.
this -; claim Xwasgt received 'Senator
Judd, In presence of. the candidate for;
Congress, said : -McCr ndless will -do
well if he gets at many votes as he dis
two years ago-and this la bis boine
McCandle8s, smiling,; simply retort ,
edMpCandle hopes he (Judd) will 1
Fourteenth Precinct, Fifth -District
street,; westof Nananu r streainuif A
very; small crowd waf at thet.bpotb-!
Tlere are 490,voters regteredoutof
www f "i-orAae mnid have cast thelf ballot byrrioon; V
Republicans claimed., that, fhey were. 1 ,
piltfig' up, abig majority. TheIni.. fvJ .,;,f.-.., r r
pendent vote they : said r waa..fr.Verj xjUt-HZiP.iWAHTZQi .r: r
one worker . aaid.
, .-' " nrm : - f 1
i.'M'?:'..' '!.-''-"' I
ii f 1
, oneefxtae .largest poliUcal
crowds ever seen la Honolulu, aa aaai-
square." the DemocraUc spilfclnders
brouoht their. 1912 camDaim to aa o
thusuutipisd most, propitious; eal
yesterday 'evening.: 'yl' '
u,Ttesi.R2pcUicaa' pamda.: iTltfc
lizl and ; bright pyrctechnlcal display
marched cowa King street past the 1
Aa!a jntstin e'arly la the evening, cr. :
Iti way to the Reput Jlcrn rally at tv ?
Capitol square. ; but had little e-ectca
the throng gathercJ to tlaa;i wiodcai
f rem, th e mouths cf tr Democratic
spellhinders and wiieacrt.3.1.' ' "
-r:car!; every lemdldate c l the Demo
cratic t'cket'mo&th C-al p!?a to th
electorate, repeating- the Umewcrn
phra-oa and. inJoe ting a te new LI:-:
ccca"'",",lly th? , trr-ht "pcre cf
Cheering.'. and . tand-c:ar;ing. Tl.;re j
was a eprlnUlng" cf r 'a tJt Intrr-.a': ,
but It .t"i .Ilttbfle't c- tv- cr
which laccusier.:-! t? r .-I-lure, 1
fcr tho racot part tko'joiira 1 .".:;la..
rtonflng.la tv ret C'""'. to the f-
of the long pmg-i e; , -
1 Li'-. all Conoaeritlo.:-' ::-:?,' Cl:
cr.e bi ill fr"" T"'-r c" la:-"
feature, a surprL i ' to.th3 . a: .
Lnot night it ,vn: C:
"on- a re?" fc" r'""
a rnsraher cf t .o cr tare 1:;1
frci th2 RcpulUca pir.y ca 1 . ..
i: went to tharr-'JIci to ' 1 f
wr.ito, as a reportir fo- l:-l i.
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up:n us eventually a ccran
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hh mouth to.cv:':e to a; :'
ure in them. ,
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ura ye-; cl lto.c'a t1"? -r". ,
he various speakers .e; 3 i.:t. -laced
by Bertram G. Rivenhurgh, chair
man of the-Demc"-'' c 'r.y":
mlttee ".and as--they ste:. .J to .Le
f.-eut. cf the rlatrorm. I'ro; :." .rp. cf
vreath3 of ; Iei3 . area d " their r.r : . ...
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laTx.'-aelirc-sel her people, c'"
cn hehalf cf the Democratic j..-;... . .,
because It contolna a
to dtndga:Der:ocrr.Vto; say anytv'-.
"until .th?" old warhcrse, J. M. Pee; oe,
''was l accosted, who ,ave lt! aa i.U
"cone a" that 3 straight Damocratl;
votes had beea, cast ' - ' ' ' '..'V-Li'-f
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Fiftaenth Precinct, riftS C'-trlct
Aala Park, the scene cf a thousand
political rallies. isth5ldcatieacrtl;3
toth.cf- this precirict.tyiritar2:2. cn
the register, .121 had voted 'at 11:13.
It ; waa- heard to c t: la: any def hits
statement from any: ody here. Col,
Knox said the Repuolilaa cabse wa
looking: good.v'.rsam - Tarter-la - ro
plr ahead Hke,a soared cat,", the vet
eran ot the fighting precinct3 cf Ka
iihi toid. lie Uo said, tka vctlnu was
"straight The most that ; could ta
gottea from the Democrats "as that
they were "doing pretty -gcod 'as cue
oil .them put It The same authority had
it '' that both; sides were -splitting. " ; r
AC 1140 sum ZZZ tad rroted out ct
a; total registration of 500. Balloting
was early and heavy and; as the fig
urea indicate, nearrjrSpefcearof the
entire vote -had been cast la the first
three hours following tha opening ot
taC'pou. aiayor x era wasxoaspicuous
Ip the large crowd of citl2ens! and Jok
ing and I apparently not the least bit
worried as to the outcdrnaratleasTrgd
fat as bis owaadldacyj Is.. cpncera
FiftVftt h' precinct PtttfPtiTttrHii 4 ;
n At 11 : 22 a. at; ftrballat-of-1 05ba4
been cast out" pf a total registration of
i?2r; Thought party workers .were busi?
ly engaged rushing: electors up, to this
booth,by- automobile; and : .back the
VAflr -mrmm ' a mrx A Asi ' mm : eAtnenrfittf
j slower" than la the ; "neighboring .pres
cinets .although' ths figured sh5w near
iy Ulf iectorttebf :ihe precinct
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E:r.t thrc:;h tha:
c'ty u"irr tv
cf th5 D:r.o-
cr-:la party .-lt: 1 r'l
-o.-,At the rov....l
I44-4 stcta wero' rr "
rlra wer? r:r..!':t J a.,
cf the party workera a.
- iMaycr J. J. Fern ws
1 11:. v-
3 a v:-!!:r
r.!c:al auto being kept ha
ti rv lea. ' ' ' ' ':;
t';?-5 .Cor-''r-!;r;:r3 Aro Z:y.s
fWiliiard Drown ar.l L'eor.-? Ir-;
tor Fennell, were active tciay la their.
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c. oris. io. repress i 5,4 i.i
th? vicinity, cf the p:
'Yesterday -word'wa3 quietly -passed
eund by . members cf tha board cf
License CommlssLonera" that no foci- j 1 - tr
islmess would be tolerated at the var-; t-.a;:, a.
Jons .precincts -as. far1 as the usa , c.' u.n.ty t:r.3
liijuor was concerned.,: .-..-'-.v' i -; ' pcr cf.E';:;
- Inspector! Fennell made a "general, an Insaiu'r 1
torr of all city precincta this momlng f -, ; -
with.a view of determining whether I' "''
tlae ; provisions of the law was being :"
carried, out t4 the letter..-- v "
at' the polling;place3. Eoth DeputlM Ie "fc' j "n",'- ';'- t
can and Democratic leaders; receive vA",-lr .
a' warningNthat any violatloa ofjht, n0. 3 le(1 rin t0 .r ..
law t. would-be-met wi til vigorous pre audVbe' treasure waVl
fscuucn-ajt "ipe DaD.aa ot xn31.cene
commission., V-cv' '; - --. j !
with this nnvvnnY;
r HOLLISTER, Sep Wiinani
Rogers, a cowboy, is authorUy:for the'
story fjust. made, public, here that iv
Mexican searchipg party has succeedi
VX4 I 4UV4y. J V - M4X 14 i T VI 44 4444 XX A.VULU1
ago. near Jlepsedam-. Peak, la San Be
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preesicn iti the 'ridge t
terwater and Ilrrnnd:
j Rcgcra .assisted the t-.v
laborers, neither cf whe:.i
English, ia dlr-'ogrp
which was i v.ru i
If i f '
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us s'aare la the
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to Faii'Franclspo , with the tr
i':'11?' steamer, trunk.- The