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Saturday, September 1 5th,
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BUTCHER LINEN, H inches wide, the regular 2oc
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LIBERTY SATIN RIBBON in all widths up to 3 1-2
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from $I.SO up.
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Delegates Hold Debate
On Matters Of
STYLE OF BALLOTING IS
REPORT OF CONFERENCE COM.
MITTEE IS APPROVED MAT-
TER OF BOOTHS LEFT
Thc delegate!' of the Fouith District,
chojcn tn iccelvo the rcxirl of the
Joint loufrrenco cutmnlltcc of tho
Fourth and Filth Dlstrhtg on organ
ization of tho County ronventlon, met
at Hcpubllcan headquarters at r, o'clOcK
yesterday nflernoun. V, W Harris
Iireslded. Tho secretary was absent
lit the beginning of the meeting, but
he ranio In later. The conference com
mittee had met nt noon mid drawn up
n Joint report, which Mr. Harris read.
Die report wan finally adopted, but not
until aficr an animated discussion on
some oNilts features, particularly ilia
recommendation as to the manner ot
voting In the convention. '
After Jho roll had been cfillcd, show
lng that nil of the precincts ot tho
Fourth District were represented ntllot ns provided for In Mr. llarrls'ino-
111c meeting, .Mr. Harris read me report
of the proceedlaiigs of the conference
rommlltec. The leport was as fel
lows. Meeting of special committees from
the Fourth and Fifth Districts. Prop-
Chairman, temporary and permanent
Committees on credentials, rules
platform and resolutions.
I Representation on committees to bo
1 ten (mm each district for each com
mittee, each precinct to have represent
Union with the exception that In tho
1 Fifth District tho Seventh and Kiev
with I'lcclncts nro to be comtilncd an
I that uieli district will have only a rcv
ic-ioiitiitlon of ten prcclntts.
Itnwllng not to bo under rule of ab
Ballots and their printing.
Uso of voting booths.
Mr. U1110 etutcd that tho Fifth Dis
trict would concede tho permanent
chairman ot tho ((invention to the
Fourth District If tho Fifth could have
the temporary chairman.
Tho Fourth fctatod that as tho tem
porary chairman would have tho ap
pointment of committees It wus the
most Important position and there
should bo nn understanding first as to
tho strength ot committees and that
the appointments from tho Fouilh
would ho iiiuilc ns asked, mid on thai
understanding ho thought tlieru could
be an ugi cement.
Mr. I.ane said he thought the repro-
Eenlatlou Dhould Im by precincts, each)
picclnit 111 tli" 1 Hill nml eacli precinct
In tho Fourth to have one committee
man on each committee.
.Mr. Harrl'i contended that that
would be Impioner representation 113
the Fourth District had moro delegate:!
In the convention than the Fifth.
The uudcrttaiidliig wan finally
re-uheil that the rcpichculatlon on all
(Oinmllteei) should be ten from each
district, ;tt follows; Due from each
pierluct of the Fourth, and from the
Fifth District on the old basin of elev
en preeliuts, onu fium each precinct
with the, exception of tho Seventh and
lllewnth l'recluitti, which Hhould bo
(omhliicd and Ibo two thus combined
furnish but one committeeman tor each
Mr. Jones Muted that W. T. Kuw
! Mux, whom lie uudcrrtood to have
called for Hawaii, as rt matter ot fact
had not gone to Hawaii but, ns he was
Informed, was In bed tick mid unable
, to leave the house, should not In lil,Cntloii desired, tho temporuiy In
, opinion coijio Hiulnr the iibscn e) rule,tl,rmplcl. ,.,,, ,, ma(le 1H.rniaenL
Mated In tho icsoliitlon Introduced at T,10 motlon wn!i lhen ,,ul HIuI car,
I llm nilinllll. rt .... It. It I m.ii I.iihi ..- I -
MUU IIIVVI.II U lUIIIIIIUIIID I.1PIII l'1'
1'IIH'L (!IMl-KillIIIIH ilT. lillWIIHS nun
I been present nt tho Territorial Con
vention when llio piatrorm waa pro
mulgated, iiud had slneo reread tint
11l.1t form and would, it unnhla In nt
tend the conienlou by reason of III-
P. E. R. Strauch
$3D00. fn account of depnrturo for
Chicago, I iiffcr for salo tho beauti
ful lesldeiico of Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Knmehamchii IV. Itoud at HALF
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modem finished throughout, with
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l.nwns ltaro ornamental and fruit
tices utiil n constant cool lu-cexu
make this phieo a most attractive,
deslrablo tuul healthy residence.
Servant houses, wash house, larj-o
stables and chicken ruiiK. IM Is
170 x 210. Only 0110 block from car.
Small Cottage on Vineyard St, near
Cunha Uino, Walking distance for
bcliool and business, Fltbt comes
And other bargains.
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO STREET.
ncis or becnuso of absence from the
city on businers, Die his wilttcu pledge
to the platform, ttcclnring Hint he was
a Republican and that he would abide
by and sustain the result of the county
mill district nominating convention.
It was conceded by all present that
.Mr. Rawlins's case wns one In which
any nilcthat might be adopted In le
Gard to absentee!), would nut apply and
thai the .Fourth and Fifth Districts
would so Instruct their representative
on tin! committee on rules.
Commutes tc bo (icdciitlnis, rules,
Platform and tcsoliitlons,
Mr. Harris read the motion lutio
ducud by hi in In the meeting of the
'on 1 Hi District committees as follows
That It Is the tense of Ibis caltciil
that the convention to meet on Friday
adopt 11 method or a secret ballot, the
lonvcutlon us n whole nominating ull
candidates for which tho convention
, lis 11 whole should nominate; that the
nominations ot Representatives from
I the l'ouith -md Fifth Dlstrlcta to be
Jon a separate ballot, that the nomina
tions for Supervise. and Deputy Slier
Iff for the (Halt let ot Honolulu be on a
separate ballot; mid tint tho Super-
vifrrs and Deputy .Slier I n for the dls-
trlct of Honolulu be on n separata bal-
lot; and that the supervisors and Dep
uty .Sheriffs nominated by the ilLUrlcto
ot Koolaupoko and Kootatiloa. Walalun
w-nd Walnnae, and Knn, ho announced
to tha convention utter the caucus or
the delegates from those districts, null,
further that necessary voting booths
Alter considerable dUciisalon It was
agreed that tho proposition be agreed
to except In to Ur as llio matter ol
making the ucc of the voting booth
compulsory was concerned, the matter
ot compulsion being advanced by Mr.
It was agreed that the nominations
for all unices ho made at one ttmo and
that the names be placed on the hal-
That tho order of ollkcx appearing
on the ballot nt largo should bo
County Trensurcr, and
That tho ballots should bo uniform
In sue ami color.
That tho form of ballot should be
ct up in a printing ollica under the
supervision of Messrs. llitiris and Fer
nandez, and when nominations are
closed the printers to be notlilcd by the
ofllclals ot the convention as to what
names have been uddid to or taken
from the foinl Urst furnished by the
special committee (tbo first form to
contain names of nil advertised He
Five tellers to bo appointed, being
two troin tho Fourth and two trom the
Fifth and tho secretary.
Hpeecjies to ho limited to five inln-
lutes In convention,,
At tho conclusion or. the rending of
tho above report Mr. Harris Muted
that tho principal matter to bo dis
cussed was Hut ot temporary and per
manent chairmen of tbo convention.
Col. Jones moved that it ho the sense
of tho meeting that tho order of busi
ness at the convention be:
First Selection of temporary chair
man. Second Appointment by tho Chair
of a Committee, on Credentials, and
other temporary committees.
Third Report to tho convention b)
tho Committee oil Ciedeutlals.
Fourth i:iellon of permanent
chairman uf tbu Convention, perma
nent eccretniy, appointment of land
ing committees, such ns the rules and
platform committee and tho commit
tee, on resolutions.
Mr, iireckons offered an amendment
to tho motion, adding the words "tem
porary chairman," temporary secre
tary." Col. Jones accepted the amend
ment. Hreckons amended tho motion
further by providing Hint the permit
nent chairman come from tho Fourth
District and tho temporary chairman
from tho Mfth. Jones accepted the
amendment, hinting that it wns the In
tention to divide tho work us well nu
possible, between the permanent and
tho temporary chairman.
Mr. Ullkaluul thought an Interpret
er" should be selected, along with tliu
other temporal y officers. Jonen accept
ed tho suggestion, baying that, If the
Jones moved that tho representation
on all committee.! be ten from c.irit
district, the Fourth lo have Its It 11
1.011111 one from each precinct and Him
Fifth one from each prerlurt except the
Keu'iith und Kleieutli precincts, which
Minll huvo one between them. Ihu
Tho next matter considered by the
meeting wiih that of candidates ap
pearing before tho convention mid
agreeing to suppuit tho paity platlorm
and not to ho candidates on the ticket
of any other parly which hud s plat
form of Its own.
In refereiuu to this mutter llrcck
(ins stilted that In the Second i'recluct
there hnd been n direct primary. One
or tlio. candidates endorsed by tho vol
ets was on the mainland and tho vol
en. knew that It would ho Impossible
for him to iitteud the convention. A
HPcond candidate wus known to bo u
member ot another organization. If
tho motion uirrlcs, ho knld, obliging
tbu candidates to appear before llio
louveutlou, tho action nt the Hicolid
rrcclmt In cndoislnc these gentlemen
would be nullified and tho Second left
between tho devil and tho deep Ha. He
llisked tlml til
mutter be pasted on to
1 1'10 convention,
Iloyil bald that ho
thoiiitlit that this might bo 11 good
idea Ills object ill malting the mutlon
wus that he knew from experience of
defeated candidates eolng oft and run
ning on another platform Ho didn't
know whether this applied to tho
Civic- redermlbii or not. He said ho
didn't know whether or not the Civic
Federation had any platform, His only
Idea was tit bar from the ltcpubllcun
ranks all persons who nro not truo He
publicans. However, lie, thought that
tho convention might decide on this
Drake moved that the matter ho
passed on to tho convention. J. II.
k, STOMACH A
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Sure To Attract
The men In charge of tho taking of
tho .Manchuria, ns well ns waterfront
men in general, have been looking for
ward to tho big effort today to pull
the monster leviathan oft the Wal
niannlo reef. Whether thin hugu at
tempt will bo suicesHlul or not Is at
tended of eoursu by sumo uncertain
On tha other hand, however, thcro
Is no doubt nt nil nhout tbu big tlmo
tonight, when tho "Lend Pipe Cinch"
Mory will bo told In tbo iiimle opera
Ship Ahoy" that the Mvrtle llont
Club, assisted by local talent, will pro
rent tills evening nt tbo Hawaiian
Opera House. You'll want a good
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sure to procure, n good plain from
where )ou can seo nil that happens.
And the seats nro going In large
hunches, at Wall, Nichols Co., bo get
In early and bo thcro for the big
time. There'll Im lots ot fun nnd en
joyment to bo hnd, nnd n delightful
evening, to any the least.
Following Is the personnel of tho
Orchestra, under tin) direction of
Mr. It. It. Ilode. First violins: Mr.
Holier! llordohn and Mr. Knlscr Tai
led; Second vlollu: Mr. F. W. Me
Daniel; First comet; Mr. tl. J. Ilols
po; Sciond cornet: Mr. I'.. I.. Kruss;
Clarlouo. Mr. II. Cluiilwiek; Fluto:
Mr. ChaB. S. Desky; Oboo: Dr. It. F.
Frcar; Vlolnj Mr. II. It. Tuck; 'Cello:
Dr. Carl Itainu and Mr. W. Ileal;
banc; Double bass: Mr. O. It. Wil
liams. Stage under thu direction of W. D
Musical director Mr. H. It. Ilode.
Accompanist MIsk Allco Itlce.
The size of some people's wi-alth can
not nlwuys t gauged by tho slzo ot
tho bluff they nrc muklng.
it . X n X .m f X X U A V X X V A
tiorman nn3 of the opinion that us
the question of Vlda's eligibility was
left to the convention the Inti lime, the
name, rule should apply thlri time. Af
ter ionic further illficmmlon thu motion
was put and curried.
Tho question us to the style of bal
loting that should bo used c:iuicd ttifti
most dflsciiHslon at the meeting, Somcl
of the precinct representatives were'
strongly in favor of u iieerel ballot.
few wrro Indifferent, wlillo thn Seioinl
waa divided on the mailer, part ot the
icpresenlatlves declaring earnestly fin
nu open ballot Harris atated that tho
Filth contended that If booths bn pio
vM1.1l for balloting, the llules Com
mittee should make It ohllgato:y on
ull members of thu coiivcnllon to go to
the bootlm mid rat.l their ballots. The
l'ouith. lie said, wanted tho matter
referred to thu convention, 11m Fourth
contended that those who cuud to do
mi should use tho set ret ballot, but that
it hhould not be obligatory,
ilieckuns bald ho thought tho Fourth
Dlhtrlct lihould dctnmluu how It want
id to vote. The conimllteo from tbu
Fourth should determine the matter
brfoio the next caucus. Ilepresviilu
Hum from the various precincts ex
piestcil tho lnefcrcnco of their voters
for or against the secret ballot. Jones
said 11 booth In n deliberative bouy wm
n most unheard uf thing and that one
must come to Haw-all to see It. Ho
cald the votcu ot his precinct bad an
nliwiluti) right to know how their del
egates voted. If any delegates wauled
to iiso the bcercl ballot, let them, hut
it ought not hi bo obligatory.
lluyd said there was no Intention on
tho pint of thu other precincts to co-
ercu thu Second, All they wanted was
11 ballot fair mid tquato "mi our bobsea
cannot say 'jou do so und bo. All
Interests should ho rcpiesented. "I
think," he said, "that this in, ill' r
Hhould go to the convention uud that
every delegatn should stand by tho
method adopted by thn Rules Commit
tee." Jones said that the Second rrrcinct
would abide by tho result ot tho vote
uhout to he taken,
Alter somn further discission, tho
motion was curried. It wus agreed to
lenva the number of booths to bo urcd
lo tho conimllteo.
A motion was niacin that tha repot t
ot the ennferefneo committee ho ap
proved, Tho motion carried without
dissent and the meeting adjourned.
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