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Vol. XV III No. 3491
Crowded Schools Present
Want Him To Make Run
As County Attorney
, For 'Them
FUSION IS EXPECTED
Win TIE DEMOCRATS
SEVERAL PROMINENT DEM'S
WILL BE ENDORSED ON THE
TICKET NAMED BY NOT-
The Home Rulers , who seem to
have been asleep on tho track, are
just now awakening to their opportu
nities. The split which In apparent In
the Republican party, though slight,
and tho want of enthusiasm shown by
some cranky Republicans In tho
present campaign, li causing them to
wake up ami do things. Monday next
will witness their delegates to the
County and District convention as
sembling to name their candidates at
Kahlllaulanl Hall on Kukul street. At
the same time tho Democratic dele
gates will convene at Waverley block.
A friendly feeling between the Demo
crats aud the Homo Hulers Is very
evident. That a fusion between them
will be tho result next Monday seems
to be more than a mere speculation.
The Homo Rulers will name some
Democrats on their ticket, -such as
Frank Harvey' f6r Supcrvlsor-at-Largo
and Abraham Fernandez for the Sen
ate. Thero does not scent to be any
opposition to these two names In the
Homo Kulo camp. As a return, It Is
very likely 'that tho Democrats will
leave some blank spaces on their tick
et tor some Home Rulo candidates
that would be-agreeablo to them. The
Republican labor party Is also receiv
ing some recognition from tho Homo
Rulers. Joseph Fern will bo placed
on the Homo Rulo ticket as Supervi
sor for the District, of Honolulu, Rep
lesentatlvo CuarleB Rroad for the
Senate, and J. K. Kalaklela for Dep
uty Sheriff. With tho Democratic,
Home Rulo and Republican labor par
ty working In lo-oporotlon, the Repub
lican party will have to put up a Btren
The Homo Rulo ticket as will bo
presented Is ag follows:
For the Senate: David Kalauoka
Ian!, Representative CIiob. Broad aud
For the House: K. I,. Kauai, V. K.
Kalelbuta and D. Damlen. There aro
many aspirants for a seat In tho
House, but all the names have not
been considered yet.
For Supervisor-at-Largo: Frank
' For County and DUtrlct Supervi
sors: Joseph Kern, J, K. l'aele, S. K.
(Continued on Pag 2)
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Beaten For Delegate But
Election D i : n i
KIDD IS 1CC0SEI OF
BITTER BATTLE IN SECOND PRE
CINCT OF THE FOURTH ENDS
IN VICTORY OF THE
A warm and bitter fight, which to
tho outsider has a very amusing as
pect. Is at present being fought by the
Democrats In the Second I'rcclnct of
the Fourth District. Tho "reputable"
Democrats of tho precinct were origi
nally badly done up by Stephen Uma
uma, the well known one-armed poli
tician of Mollllll. Tho defeat stung,
and as a result accusations of various
ltlnda were made against those not In
tho "reputable" fold.
It appears that In the precinct elec
tion a few days ago W. A, Kinney,
John EftTnger and Harry Juen, run
ning for delegates to the convention,
were hopelessly boaten by Stephen
Umauma and his forces. As a conse
quence there, wan n largn howl. The
"reputable" alleged that Umauma
had done the trick by annexing tho
precinct roll and enrolling on It Re
publicans and everybody clso he could
find to servo hls'needs.
Now, W, A. Kinney Is tho chairman
of tho Democratic Central Committee,
and for the head of tho party to fall
to get elected as an ordinary delegate.
to the convention was particularly
Tho defeated men threw tho blame,
on R. Beverley Kldd.
It appears that whenever anything
calamitous happens In the ranks of
tho Democratic party Kldd Is the
lamb whd Is offered In sacrlflco. This
was done on this occasion. It was
decided that Kldd, In order to favor
somo deep-laid Bcheme for the benefit
of his friend A. M, Drown, had gener
ated the attuck. It was recognized
that only a master hand could have
inflicted such a defeat and Kldd was
recognized as the power behind Uma
uma. While theso suspicions were of
course denied, the defeated ones lost
no time to rectify tho trouble, and
appealed to the Central Committee
They showed that the election had
been hold outside of tbo precinct
boundaries, and that Umauma should
not have been an election Judge, as
ho Uvea In the First Product. Tho
Central Committee declared the elec
tion void, and another meeting of the
precinct was held last night, of which
(Continued on Page 2)
Are here in the largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
Public instruction Board
Holds a Special
EIQITY CIILBREN APPLY
FOR ONE PRIMARY 6RAIE
MAKESHIFT SOLUTION BUT THE
BE8T POSSIBLE UNDER THE
meeting of tho Commts-
called this morning by Superintendent
Uabbltt to deal with the situation that
presents Itself In tho receiving room
of the Central Grammar School. Com
missloners Al, Farrlugton nnd Mrs.
Dowsett were present.
The problem of where to put all tho
scholars applying at tho public school
this year Is a big one. There Is prac
tically a blockade at tho High School.
One lot of pupils has beeu accommo
dated by placing the desks on the ver
andahs. A dressing room hus also
been fitted up in order that others of
the city's children may have a place
to put themselves.
Superintendent Uabbltt was at the
school all day yesterday, and with the
usstktanue of Principal Scott of the
High School and Miss Needham, prin
cipal of the Central Qrammar, shuffled
the children about so that they were
given a place to stay though It was
ever so Inconvenient,
The receiving room of tho Grammar
was a different problem. With every
grado made up of fifty or mora chtl
dren quite enough for one teacuer-r
the receiving room had eighty chtl
dren to euro for.
It was Impossible to send theso chil
dren to other schools because all
schools are tilted to overUowing.
Four propositions were presented,
One was to lit up the Janitor's cottage
for a school room. This would require
money nnd'exactly $20 Is available for
this work and It must last until tlm
end of tho year.
Another plan was to fit up a room
In the house u?ed as a teacher's cot
tage. Aside fiom the shortage of
funds tho danger Is that once repair
work Is started on the cottage there is
no telling where It will end.
Next came the plan to have two ses
sions a day; the older children to at
tend from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. aud
the younger ones from 1 o'clock to
There was also the alternative ol
turning away thirty children because
there is no proper uecommodution,
Tfils would result In tho Innocent chil
dren suffering from the shortcoming
of the Legislature.
It was finally decided to adopt the
third scheme mentioned, hold two ses
sions and possibly employ an addi
The conditions In all the schools are
(Continued on Puge Z.
who car to make more
than the ordinary sav
ing bank rat of Inter.
est can have It wlsdy
and safely Invested at
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Fort 8t. Honolul'.
OF HA WAIL WEDNESDAY. HBl'TEMBKR 1. IWffl
mm me di
if thim'o nm
It will be a hummer!
f That Is what Secretary John- f
t- son said It would be If tho Houlh-
em California editors took hold
f of a Bpeclal edition of the Hullo- 1 1
f They will make good In largo t,
f Tho Callfornlans will bo re- t
f sponsible for the Issue of toruor- 4
f row's Bulletin. Johnson, Hull, 4-1
Horton and Penny have had their -
coats oft all day and there will bo
more In the game tomorrow when -r
they go down the line nnd get tho t
news. 8trlct orders have been
-f Issued agalust tho cocktail route. 4(
Tho Bulletin Issued under tho
f direction of the Callfornlans will
tbo twenty-four-page paper um 4-
full of news and ads and Kood t
things as a nut Is full of meat. It r
f will be out on time. It will be u
real newspaper as the Bulletin al-
ways Is, and Just a shado better
-v than that.- t
A dance will be given at the Seaside
Hotel on Thursday evening In honor
nt IhA ffillrnrtiln tfilltnm tin well nfl
the officers and ladles of tho transporul
Sherman and Sheridan. Tliu public
will bo more than welcome.
The trial of the suit of A. U. Porter
& Co., of this city, !vs. the Kuploluui
Kstate for tho sura 'of $430 due ou
notes, was commenced this afternoon
In the Circuit Court Ufore Judge Rob
inson. Tho ship Win. P. Fryo sailed today
for New York, loaded with sugar.
At Your Own Price
Th old attabllshtd furniture house of J. HOPP 4 CO.. th
atera In the Young Building, which recently bought th stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sal at J. HOPP &
CO.'8 store th entlra stock of Porter' at prlcea which hav
never bn placed en furniture her before.
J. HOPP A CO. carry on their own account a larg stock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, so
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and th price will be leis than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
Th Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included om
high grade goods. Wa will "murder" ths. W hav new
lot of new furniture due to arrive her and must put Porter"
stock out of th way.
Th stock Includes everything you can use In your houl.
Now I the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REM EMBER JJHE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNG BUILDINQ BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
Th Company sustained only on death loss attributable directly to
th awful disaster of April 18th last
Th Company' Ban Francisco Home Office Building, destroyed by fir,
was fully covered by Insurane In standard companies.
Th land upon which th San Franclsc Home Office Building stood
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgage held by the Company, amounting to $298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of whleh were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
mint th Company held fir Insurane to the amount of $78,000.
v Th vault withstood the fir and their entire content, about two car
inmAm of knot,. Bmf rurnrHi. ars now In our Los Anueles Home Office,
Th. r.omnanu k. xnnroueH atieU of about S11.000.000: haa nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In fore;
500000, and ha surplus to poiicy
Undtr th California insurance lawa me siocxnoiacr, vmn i"
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE IN8URANCE COMPANY OF. CALI
FORNIA I th largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and haa done a conservative and progressive buslnes
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do. J. N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACTS!
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN3,
920 FORT STREET. GENERAL AGENT.
Law On All
OYSTER BAY, Long Island, 8ept.
1B Tne predent has extended the
,aht-hour law to employee on all pub-
jc works. ,
T,, aw has been the subject of
much controversy with the representa-
lives of organized labor and the Pre,
Ident's order may be considered aa
answering their demands.
HAVANA, Cuba, 8ept. 19. Ser.
tary Taft and Asslatant Secretary of
Stat Bacon have been conferring to
day, with President, Palma and hi a
Cabinet and the Liberal leader.
It Is aald that President Palma will
resign If new elections are compiled.
has an annual Income of more than $4,-
- noioers oi auum i,vwv,w.
(AaccUltd I'fl Spttlal Cablt)
HONQKONQ, China, Sept. 19. It Is
estimated that 1,000 lives were lost
during the typhoon of yesterday.
Twelve vessels sunk, twenty-four
stranded, and seven were damaged.
Half the native craft In the harbor
WAR8AW, Russia, Sept. 19. Gen
eral Nicolaieff was assassinated to
TIFLIS, Bulgaria, Sept 19. The
Armtnlans have burned four Tartar
Additional Cable fjews on Pag 2.
I-ylrt Dickey 7c: 1a confident that
prlie-dghtlng In Honolulu Is n thins
of tho past.
"United States District Attorney
Drcckons wroto to mo on tho subject
that, whllo it was not up to mo to re
mind him of his duty, and while tho
Federal law foiblildltiR prlzoflKhtlni;
in the Tcrrltorl is had been pasucd to
ftop ino ecru .n fight, ho would sea
to It that t'-c l"W was enforced, if the
Ministerial ulun should ask him to
"Tho Ministerial Union will meet
tomorrow. 1 nm not a member of thnt
lioily, not being a minister, but I feel
that the ministers, when they know
that all they havo to do to stop prize
fighting Is to say the word, will not
hesitate, to say tho word."
' A young man who lives with his
naronts Is wanted as a collector. See
"Better be sure than sorry" la a say
ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fit it as If mad to order. Bet
ter be sure of th safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of th boxe at five dollars a year.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO
barefooted. It I Unhealthy and they are likely to catch
some contagious disease.
We have the largest and most complete stock of chil
dren's shoes ever shown, consisting of Lace Doots, Oxford
Ties, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals. Prices to fit every pocket
book In town, as well a a shoe to fit every child in town.
Rememberl Children like to buy from us because we
take pride In pleasing them.
80c to $3.50
J 05 J Fort Street.
When You Have
SOME SHOPPING. TO DO
at every woman hae every week of
her life, and you are anxious to
make your money g aa far1 aa It
will, anxloua to get an article for
four and a half dollar Instead of
five, and to eecure the next article
on your lltt for ninety centa instead
of a dollar, and to cut off a dollar
here and a dime there from the pro
bable prices, all through the list
then It Is that a copy of THIS
NEWSPAPER In equivalent to a
Handful of Colnl
PlllXJM fl Oekta
Ship To Aid
(A$toclalrd J'rci, Special Calltl
LONDON, Ennland,. Sept 19. The
Insurance underwriters will send the
salvage steamer Protector to Midway
to aid in saving tho steamer Mongolia.
(Attociattd i'ruj tpclal Cablt)
GUAM, Sept. 19. The Naval trans
port Lawton has been ordered to Mid
way to render asslstaneo to th
steamer Mongolia and her stranded
CUSTOM DOCK WAS BURNED
BUENOS AYRES, Argentine Repub
lic, Sept. 19. Four customs docks of
th city-front were bunted today with
a loss of a million dollars,
THE VERY TJATEST
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