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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 22, 1916
tiAS 10 BE SHOWN
WILSON MAY LOSE
HIS HOME STATE
Special Washington correspondence 0 THE (Special Waihingtan correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISLAND. )
Washington, D. C, July 24th.
Jnniosi Smith, of St. Louis, in an
interview in the Washington Post
today expresses doubt that the Dem
ocrats will carry Missouri this fall.
"For my part I believe the Re
publicans have a first-class chance
or carrying the State, and if the
Democrats should pull through it
will be by the skin of their teeth.
In the first place, the President is
,nt as popular with Missourians as
lie is said to lx by Democrats. The
people have not yet forgotten or
forgiven Baltimore. I f Missouri
does give its electoral vote to the
President, it will be because Senator
Peed will pull the national ticket
through with him. I look for Reed
to run 10. 1 K) or more votes ahead
of Wilson, and this may help to
carry the State for the national
"The Democrats have the hardest
kind of a handicap to overcome in
Missouri by reason of the very large
(ierman vote. They may think they
will get some of the German vote,
but I do not believe it. It is true
that most of the Germans in Mis
souri are Republicans, but there ore
thousands of Germans who are
''Speaker Champ Clark, of course,
will be renominated, and he ought
to have m opposition, but the Re
publicans always put up a man
against him. In the Clark district
there are more than 5. OCX) (ierman
voters, and while nearlv all of them
will support the Speaker, it is going
to be difficult for some of them to
scratch their ticket. They don't
understand scratching like the pro
fcssional politician. I do not believe
a single one of the Germans in the
'.Speaker's district will vote for any
Democrat except the Speaker and
GARDEN ISLAND. )
Washington, D. C, July 24
Pepubliean politicians in New Jer
sey they are confident President
Wilson cannot carry his home State
this fall. They base their calcula
tions on the fact that Mr. Wilson's
popular vote in New Jersey in 1012
was 5",9iH less than the combined
vote of the Republican and Progres
sive candidates for President and
the lielief that he is not as strong
with Jerseymen now as he was then
because of his handling of theMexi
can situation and other administra
Mr. Wilson's vote in 1912 was
178,289. Col. Roosevelt received
145.410, and WillliamH. Taft, Re
publican, got a total of 8S,83o.
In 1910 when Mr. Wilson was
elected Governor of New Jersey he
received 233.(582 votes, or 503 less
than Roosevelt and Taft together
got in 1912. The figures prove con
clusively, Republican and Democrat
tie politicians say, that the Progres
sive vote was cast almost solidly for
Mr. Wilson in 1910.
In order to carry New Jersey this
year, the Republicans point out,
Mr. Wilson must have a large Pro
gressive support, and they profess
to believe that everything indicates
that this support will be reduced to
a minimum before the November
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Lihuo, Kauai, T. II.
August 15, 1916.
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3. Private Adriano Abilliana, to
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He will 1h obeyed and respected
By order of Colonel Broadbext.
C II. Will-ox,
Capt. & Adjt. 4th, Infantry.
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David r Kanealii. of Wainiha,
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Mortgagee's Notice of
Foreclosure and Sale
Notice is hereby given that in
accordance with law ond the power
of sale contained in the mortgage
made by Christina Gomes to .
A. Kinney, dated May 21, 1912,
recorded in the Registry office in
Honolulu. T. II., in Liber 359,
pages 188-191, and by said W. A.
Kinney assigned to the undersigned
Alexander & Baldwin, Limited, by
assignment dated December 19,1914,
recorded in Liber 241, pngp 167,
the said Alexander it Baldwin,
Limited, intends now to foreclose
said mortgage for failure to pay the
interest accrued on the mortgage in
debtedness since May 1, 1915.
Notice is also hereby given that
the lands and or-'inises in said mort
gage and hereinafter dcsciiln'd will
be sold m foreclosure by the under
signed r.t public auction, at the Post
O (lice at Homestead, Kalaheo, Is
land of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
on Saturday, the 9th day of Sep
tember, 1910, at the hour of 12 o
clock noon of said day.
The mortgaged property to 1k
sold is the following: All that cer
tain piece of land within the Ahu
puaa of Kalaheo. Island of Kauai,
T. II., granted by the Territory of
Hawaii to the Said Mortgagor by
Land Patent Number 50(55, Lot No.
78, Reg. Map No. 2378. Sixth Land
District, and containing about Ten
and 02-litO Acres, with the improve
ments thereon, and appurtenances
thereunto U longing.
Terms: Cash in U. S. gold coin
10 payable at time of sale and
balance on delivery of deed. Deed
at expense of purchaser. For furtlv
er particulars apply to W D. Mc
Bryde (postollice address Home
stead, Kauai), or to the undersign
ed at Honolulu.
Dated, July 31st. 1910.
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By J. R. (iAI.t, Second Vice-Presi
By J Watehitolse,
Treasurer Assignee of Mortgagee
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