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EVENING BPtLBTW, HONOttjtP. T. H.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 12, 190C.
Woman's Kidney Troubles jq . .
Store Closed, Regatta Day,
Saturday, September 1 5th,
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SPECIAL for Thursday and
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BUTCHER LINEN, 4 inches wide, the regular 2oc
Special while II lasts, 12 l-2c a yard
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
We have them in the Myrtle and Healani Colors;
also in White
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Cor. Port and Boretanlu
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only Jae.obiamecL W;$iricl:Fadnerence io
mat witw IjQODJJEER
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A dozen or more brandi of butter
have been Introduced here In thla
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
le made from sweeter and richer
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It has the flavo- of Pure Cream,
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This flavor and fragrance suits the
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TELEPHONE MAIN 76. , FORT ST. OPP. LOVE BUM
LAWN, iO yards to the
Friday - only. 75c per pleca
wiile, a limited quantity
ioc a yard
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CUB OF Hill
Harris Secret Ballot Plan
Tho caucus of the precinct delegates
at the bungalow Inst night went nt Iho
luislnoss before It with a will, ns suon
ns It gut started, which It did about
hnlr an hour late. The tone of tho
meeting was one of the sweetest una
nimity ami ctcn the secret ballot plan
was passed without a peep A praef
meeting could not hare been less ex
citing than was the gathering last
night, but it did Important work.
Colonel Jones opened the meeting
taking the ehtilr in order to give W.
w. llntrls a chance to speak from (lie
floor. The Colonel said he understood
that' there should bo n regular ballot
Tinted with nil the officers nt once at
the convention In order to sate time.
He understood all came from the pre
cinct delegations Instructed to stnto
that tho precincts would favor tho
ballot ststem as advanced. Ho sug
gested calling the roll of precincts bo
,ih to find how each stood.
tloyd of tho First I'reclnct said all
In his precinct fatorcd the secret bal
lot; that Is, that the nominations for
the different officers be made, tho con
vention adjourned until the ballots
were printed, and then tho toting
should be carried on, precinct by pre
clmt, ati In a general electlfflr.
Charles Crane or the Second said
IiIh precinct, he thought, favored tho
secret ballot. Its delegates would
coma so Instructed.
Charles Uooth of tho Third said his
precinct had unanimously adopted
Harris' scheme as was Just outlined
by Ilo)d, They had so decided at a
(lorman of tho ronrth said his pre
cinct favored the same method. A
Hawaiian delegate from tho Klfth said
his precinct favored the same scheme
wllli the amendment Hint each mem
ber of the delegations bo given a bal
lot. Drnko of the Sixth said his pre
cinct would support the ballot system
ns being the only practical one.
Iloyd said a member of the'Botenlli
had told him that precinct was In fa-
or of the secret ballot.
Major Zlcglcr said for tho Eighth
that it fuvorcd Harris' scheme.
Coster said the same for the Ninth
and Iluffandeuu likewise for the
Colonel Jones said then he took It
that all the precincts stood pledged
to the bnllot system.
Harris wag called on to explain his
plan further. He said It was Impor
tant for the convention to savo time.
He favored tho ballot system through
and through. It would be a fair test
of whom the contention favored for
nomination. The mnln point was to
cut out precinct announcement. The
matter ns to Just who tho ballot should
Inclu.lc could be arranged later. The
first ballot should lie for the nominees
'to be nominated by the convention at
large. Still, It might bo a good Idea
to hnvo all the nominees up at once.
Ho had not quite outlined the matter
In his mind. The matter of the ar
rangement of booths for the marking
of tickets was not objectionable.
Jones suggested Unit those present
might now express themselves on the
question as to whether all tho nnnies
should he on line ballot or not.
Harris hardly thought the first
plan feasible. It would probably be
best to have the convention as n
wholo nominate the candidates who
were to be nominated by It ns n wholo
and Inter on subdivide to nominate
the Representatives of the i'ourth
nnd Klfth Districts, and later again
for Honolulu for Its nominees. Kn li
of these should havo a separato tick
et, so as to avoid onfuslnn. On Junes'
kuggestlon. be tunile tho following mo
tion: "It Is the sensn of this caucus that
tho convention to meet on Friday
adopt a molhoil of a secret ballot, tho
contention as a whole nominating utl
candidates for which the convention
:im u wholo should iiomlnutu; that the
nomination of Itcpresentatlves from
the I'ourth and Klfth Districts bu on
a separate ballot; that the nomination
for Supervisors and Deputy HherifT
fur the district of Honolulu ho on a
P. E R. Strauch
$3500. On account of departuro for
ChUago, I offer for salo the beauti
ful resilience of Mr, Chuck Hoy at
Kamchnmeha IV. Hoad at IIAI.I'
COST. This 11-room building Is
modern finished throughout, with
laign, spailous verandahs. Kino
Lawns, Itare ornnmeiital and fruit
ttees and n roustant tool hreezo
inaKii this plain a most attractive",
deslrahlu and healthy reBldunce.
Sort ant houses, wash house, luigo
Hlables and thicken runs. Lot Is
17(1x210. Only one block from tat.
Small Cottage on Vlnrynrd Ht, nenr
cuulia l.uue. waiKing instance tor
Hchool and buuliiess, l'lrst comes
And other bargains.
WAITY DLDG. 74 8. KINQ 8TREET.
Lydia E. PinKham's Vegetable Compound is Espe
cially Successful in Curing This Fatal
Of all the diseases known, with
which women arc atillitcd, chronic
kidney disease. Is the most fatnl. In
fact, unlessearly and correct treatment
Is applied, tha weary patient seldom
Being; fully aware of this, Lydia
K. Plnkham, early In her career, ifave
xhauslve stndy to the subject, and In
producing; her great remedy for
woman's Ills Lydia H. IMnkham's
Vegetable Compound was careful to
see that It contained the correct combi
nation of herbs which was sure to con
trol that fatal disease, woman's kidney
troubles. Lydia E. l'liikhum's Vege
table Compound la the only one espe
cially prepared for women, and thou
sands havo been cured of serious kidney
derangements by It. Derangemcntso'f
the feminine organs quickly affect the
kidneys, and when a woman tins such
symptoms as pain or weight in the
loins, backache, bearlng-dnwn pains,
scalding or burning sensations or de
posits in the urine, unusual thirst,
swelling of hands and feet, swelling
under tho eyes or shnrp pains In the
back, running through the groin, she
mat-Infer that her kldnojs are affected
and should lose no time In combating
the disease with Lydia K. IMnliliam's
Vegetable Compound, tko woman's
remedy lor woman ins.
The following letters show how
mnrvelomly successful It Is.
Mrs. Samuel Frake, of Prospect
Plains, N. J writes:
Dear Mrs. rinkham:
I cannot think you enough for what Lydia
Ljtia E. PiiUua't VetetaMe Cfwd
separate ballot; that the Supertlsors
and Deputy Sheriffs nominated for
tint district of Kuhftinko and Koo
luuloa .the district of Walalua and
Wnlunao and the district o( Kwa hu
announced to tlu convention after
the caucus of tho delegates from
those districts; nnd further that the
necessary toting booths he provided."
This carried unanimously.
Colonel Jones went on to say that
It hud been suggested that a commit
tee of one from the I'ourth District bu
appointed to consult with a similar
committee from tho Klfth to deddo
in a printing office to print the bal
lots, so that forms could bo set up In
mlvuiKo as far as possible In oidcr to
Mujor X.Icglor said ho wanted to
know about thu number of booths
wanted. Jones snld Harris' motion
would ho discussed by the various pre
cincts. The Fifth would probably nl
so take It up, and their action on thu
matter would deddo the (locution.
llatd said tbnt as fnr as the First
l'recliut was couierned. It had agreed
on Hint form of toting. Ho suggest
id that the chairman of tho caucus
should notify the Fifth Dlstrld dele
gallon of the action of the ennuis, In
order that It (iiiihl take a lllu nil Ion
Then tho chairmen of both iimld take
nctlou together. Ilotd had heaid fa
toriiliui cxpicHHlous uliout tho plan
from members of the Fifth,
Harris said he hud been notified
that the Fifth District would like to
Kiuler on the mutter of permanent or
ganlratlon of the convention tvllh u
commltteo of three from tho Fourth.
The matter of booths wuh n di tall
which could be left to such n Joint
com mil I re.
Colonel Junes other suggestions
hnd been made, one In limit nomina
tion speeches to live minutes each,
another to pruthle some order for tho
Humes nu Hie tklvclH, und u third re
nin ding the matter of rules. In to
gard to the hitter he stud that thu
County Committee should hate a
right to amend such rules as pertain
(d to It alone. These would be mat
lers for the committee to take tip.
Harris moted tint no one bu allow
ed the floor ut I lie tout cut Ion for
mote than flto minutes. Llllknluul
thought, that was tery short, hut the
Harris moted that the Senntorn bu
liomlnuted first on Ihu'tkkol, This
curried, .legler moted thut the Su
liervlsorat-Large hu next; curried.
Hnrrls moved that Iho County Hhcilff
bu next; curried, Hu then iiiovul Hint
thu County Clerk follow; tarried. Fol
lowing this, motions were can led
liming the order of thu noinlnies ns
lollows: County Attorney, County
Ticnnurer ami County Auditor.
It was muted by lluffuudeuu that
on the next ballot tho Supervisors
nnd Deputy Sheriff for Honolulu
should bu placid In the order named;
lluoth moted Hint no cnndldato fnr
nomination should be allotted who
was not present at the iiiiiteutlnii to
fclgu it pledge to ublde by the ndloti ot
the convention and suppoit thu tliket.
Iloyd niacin an nmeuduii ut t tint nomi
nees should ho nuclei to stnto before
tecelvlng nomination thut ho wns not
n mi tuber of any political mgnnlitu
lion having a plattnrni of Its own.
Uooth accejited the umeiidmuut. nnd
tho ino'lon carHed ns uiuended.
Jones reminded those present that
the above were merely things for them
to carry back to their precincts. It
E. Pinkbam'a Vecvtabki Compound hat doni
forme. t btn 1 nnt wrote to you I bad uf
fered for earn with nhnt the doctor culled
Liduey trouble nnd congwtlon of Him female
slid 1 miff red mi with that beariinr-dowii feel-
Ing! could hardly walk scrum thorium. IdM
not get any btter,o decided to atop dentoring
with my h)!c!aii nnd tku Lydia K. link
ham's egetahle Compound and I am tlintik I
f ul to say it has entirely cuml in- 1 do all
tnr own work, haw no limn baikacbtf and
all the bad symptom bat e i1!m tKard. I
I cannot pralw your mwlU liw viusiith, and I
would aimnj all women (ulTrrlng with klJnej
trouble to try'it.
Mrs. J. (V. Lang, of o!o Third Ave
nue, New York, tt rites :
Diar Mrs. rhikhanv
1 have Inn n gn-nt sufferer with kldne
trouble. My hark ached nil thu time and I
wa dlHcourageil. 1 bmrd that !)dla K
l'inkbam's Vpgetatdn L'ouiuiid would curt
kidney lUVaie, mid I ln-gnu to taka It; and It
law cured m wImii everything tlie bad failed.
I have recommended Atu lots of piopl and
tbey all pralw It very highly.
Mr. Pinkbaiii's HtaudluB; In
vitation. Women suffering from kidney
trouble, or any form of female weak
ness, are Invited to promptly communl-
cmIm twill, l I'inlli.ttn ! I.tttn
.. ...... .'..I. .. H.H. 9MJ ,
'Muss. The present Mrs, Plukham la
Itliodnughtrr-ln-lntr of Ljdia K. l'lnk
nam, tier usslslnnt ueroru tier decease,
und for tttenty-Hre tears since her
odtlce has beeu freely given to sick
women. Out of the great volume of ex
perience which she has to draw from,
It is mom than likely she has the very
knowledge that will help your ense.
icr notice is tree und always lielprul.
I a Wmm'i etNMdy far Wnui'i IK.
was not binding cm them or their del
Harris moved that n commltteo ,ot
I In oo be nnnolnteilN bv thu 'Chair tit
confer with n slnilmt; committee from
(he Fifth In tho irtutter of the perma
nent urgnnlzntlon of the ((intention.
This committee, after meeting, could
tepon nac k to me prerinits ctireciiy.
Huffnndenu wanted live members, but
withdrew it, and Hnrrls' motion dir
tied. Colonel Jones snld ho thought the
chairman of thu Fourth, Hnrrls.
blioulil appoint the committee.
Ilutlnndeuii wanted those present to
mukc the members of their precincts
teglstcr Tile priss was usked to re
mind toters of this duty.
Hnrrls moted that the cam us meet
todny ut S y m. at hendiiiiarterh
to hear thu report of thu committee.
Uoriiiun wanted n i.nuciis of thu eu
tire Fourth for tonight. llur-
ils nddi il to his motion that each pie
clnrt dcUgiiilou should meet to
night to hear the report of this
turn us. Jones favored this plan. Har
ris' motion carried.
Colonel Zleglur moted that a cnu
ens he called uf the entire Fourth
i uncus Thursday night. Harris said
the individual proline Is had nrrauged
for rune uses Thuisduy night. After
considerable discussion Hnrrls moved
tbnt the pierluit delegations, as rep
iuhooIiiI, report bin U to their delegu
lions thu report of tho meeting of the
Fourth nnd Fifth District committees
on win tlier the udoptluii of these rules
were ugrecnhlo or not to them, and
then unit ugiilu 111 i uncus on Thurs
da) noon ut heaihiuurters with writ
ten authority from their delegations
to adopt or reject these matters. This
Harris took "the chair and appointed
tho eomtnlttio of three as follows:
Col. Junes, Mr. Knleo and V. W. Har
ris, lilt) own uicmhciHhlp being a mut
ter of Hid expressed wish of lint melt
ing The mooting then adjoin tied
TO PICK GOVERNOR
1 here was u big meeting of the Doni
oerulle County Coinmitten nnd the otll.
etrs of tho Dciuutrntlu i'reclnct Clulu
ut Wuteiley Hull Inst uteulng Hteiy
prirluct cm the Island tepoiteil' Hint
the jirnspi'ilR (if n "dean sweep" were
good 'I lie contention of thu Territory,
the Fourth ami Fifth Districts mid thu
County will hu held on Monday, Hep
temher 21 nt 7.30 p. in.
A full Ih Let wltfi the piHsllilei ex
ec ptliill of the Delcgiiln will he put IlltU
thu Hi hi The notel Idea of u petition
to I'reiUlnnt Itimietelt (or the appoint
ment of a Democratic Coveinnr was
ndtnmed by 11 Mfth .District Club
c hill man It was pointed out that us
both parties wire illskatlilleil with thu
pit sent Inc iiniheut of tlin Uulieiliatorlul
chair mid thu Republicans could not
decide upon l fit HiirtefcMir, tlnl'inl
dent should itlsrrgunl precedents, us
he did dm lug Hit) late scrslon of Coil
gress nnd mil upon Hawaii's Dim
oc racy to furulkh an nbtu und hotieti
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