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Price 6 Oents
Bigelow And McCandless
Say Bring Back
"Put clown I. Ink McCandlcss for
?50. and here In SJ5, for my-
self," Is the way Ocorgc Illgclow
of Cecil llrown'a ofrlco showed his
Intcrral In Ihc band after rend-
4- InR tho first edition or the llul-
"That money Hhnuld lie collect-
cd llko falling off a log If somo
would get out. I'll go good for
l.lnk'H fifty. Ho n Id ho would
give II." paid WkcIow. "Then)
nliould he londn of money for Iho
hand In IIiIh town."
Tho nullctln liaK tho followlnR
nvnllahlo for a fund to provldo for
tho return of tho band-boys:
A. N. HanforiV l.OO
Cash order $250.00
llulletln 4 , 20.00
JudRO Kingsbury .... 1.50
W. T. Rawllna ..(.. 1,50
James Wilder l.OO
J. II. (Jalt ....,,... 1.00
"They are all talking about getting
tho band back, hut why don't t li o- go
nt It In a way to Ret them back?" said
a prominent business man of tho city
as ho dropped into tho nullctln oflko
"I tell you what I will do. I am
ready to give I2&0. towards getting
the band-boys back If the rest of the
town will do Its share,
"The only way to get those poor
boys home Is to put up the money.
"What's tho use of standing around
on tho street corners and talking about
what ought to be doneT
"Why don't they do Homethlng? I'll
put up my share and mure. It's get
ting cold hack thore and those hoys
ought not to ho left to kick around by
"Tncn thcro Ih IJergcr. flondncss
gravious! hasn't ho tloiro enough by
gracious! Hasn't ho ilono enough by
than to go around any old place to
mako ft living?
"I suppose flcrger could come back if
bo wanted to quit tho hoys, hut he has
never ault them yet, and he novcr will
, "Now aro tho people of tho town
going to quit tho boys and Hcrger.tco?
"I have thought about this all along
well wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the most fastidi
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pattern and cut Is rep
resented In our new
stock. All coats of this
season's make from tho
famous ALFRED BENJA
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TKL, M,!N 8.
COMN-n P(Vr ANP HQTBL BTB,
QUS QUICK RETURN
In 10 Minutes
1,1 Will IP
Hold Benefit Dance At
Young Hotel Next
H. K. Nalnon, mnnnger of tho Koyal
Knwalhnu (Urn Club, culled nt tho llul'
Ictln offlce this noon and stated that
at the last meeting of tho club the
members voted to hold n benefit dnnco
lor tho fund to secure the return of the
They will sell tickets and turn over
nil tho money to tho fund for the boyh.
Their purpose, Is to hold tho danco a
week from this evening. The Kawnl
hnu Club hoys nrn willing to do all
they can for tho hand boys and no
doubt tho public will rooprrntc.
"We have seen Manager llcrtschc.'
tald Mr. Nullum, "nnd ho will gladly
glvn us the uko of both of Iho Young
hole! pavilions without charge, for the
benefit dame. You can dejieud on It
our boys will do the rest."
It mny be better to gln Hum to re
ceive, hut it depends whether you aro
throwing bricks or bouquets.
but havo said nothing for rear It vould
bo said I was working for politics.
Ypu can say in your paper this after
noon that you havo S!io. from mo for
the fund, If tho rest of the men of tho
town will do their share.
"I'll do more. If the peopla will
guarantee (o mako their share of tho
money good, I'll advanco tho money to
bring the boys home and forward It
"It Is mighty hard lines for thoso
poor boys. Aren't we a set of Ingrates
If wo let them kick around over thcro
ust playing for grub-stakes?
"I don't enro to havo my namo used
but the money Is ready any tlmo tho
lest 6t tho people say tho word."
Tho word or tho man who mado this
offer is as good aH his bond. Ho wants
lo sco tho band brought hack and If
ho wcro not believed on any other
score, his readiness tn put up -50. Is
MiftTclcnt guarantee of his regard for
Tho Hullctln some weeks ago sug
gested a dollar fund nnd contributions
wcro made, hut as thero was a possi
bility of Its being regarded as a polit
ical movo at tho time, and thcro also
seemed to bo soma doubt as to Cohen's
ability to got tho boys back, tho mat.
tor was not pushed.
Now that tho election Is settled and
thcro Is no doubt of tho condition of
tho hand boys, tho suggestion of a
public subscription Is timely.
Potentate C, II. Cooper of tho Bhrlno
authorized tho collection of a fund for
Iho return of tho hoys and at latest
accounts this amounted tb something
Decides Relief Fund Can't
Be Spent For That
Tho Finance Committee, which hns
ehargo of the remainder of the San
l-'rnnclsio relief fund, this morning do
elided that It had not tho authority to
use tho money for the relief of tho
Thoso present nt the meeting wcro
flovcrnor Curler, who presided, C. M
Cooke, S. M. n.imon. U Tcnncy I'eck
mill l:. I. Spalding. The latter gave an
account of the meeting as follows:
"Tho Treasurer reported that there
remained in his bands an unexpended
balance of $3072.,13. This the commit-
tio will continue to expend for the pur-
Ihwo for whlrh It was subscribed, name
ly: for the relief of needy llauallaua
In Ran Krnnclsco.
"The matter or c!c citing n portion ni
tho fund on hand lo pay for tho re
turn of the Hawaiian baud from the
mainland was considered, It was
unanimously decided that tho commit
tec had no authority to make nny ex
penditure for that purpose, and that
to do so would bo beyond Its ixiwcr
Thero was praitlcnlly no discussion of
It, the members of Ihc commlltro being
BALLOT BOX OPENED
The Investigation of errors made
during the election reveals u peculiar
Incident, which look place In tho Sev
enth Precinct or tho Fourth DIstricM
Hero ono or tho ballot boxes was opened!
by one ot tho Inspectors, while tho elec
tion was t-tlll going on. a plain viola
tion or the election law, or which It Is
possible that use may bo made In the
securing or a recount, should tho ovl-
tlenco In connection with tho Incident
appear to warrant It.
As fur as can ho learned from the
election Inspectors, however, the mat
ter had nolhlng'to do with tho County
ticket. W, 1. Itoth, one of the inspect
ors, stated Itoday that tho box which
had been opened was the ono contain
ing the ballots of Senators. Ily mis
take ono of the Inspectors dropped a
ballot for Representative Inside, this
box, which was thereupon opened. The
ballot was taken out nnd placed In the
Ilcprcscutatltes box, and Uie Senator
lal box again closqd.
John Hills, another of tho Inspectors,
stated that ho thought It was tho box
containing the Representative ballots
which had been opened, but his mem
ory wus not quite clear on this point.
HOWARD IS AMBASSADOR
LONDON, England, Nov. 9. Esme
Howard, British Consuf General at
Crete and Councilor ot the Embassy.'
will be temporarily appointed Ambas. I
sador to the United States In place of
Sir Mortimer Durand, resigned.
Individuals who believe
In Life Insurance and
practice It, You should
Join the ranks,
M 81, Uorolul'i
: MM BAND
Association Directors To
"There will bo a special meeting ot
the directors of tho Merchants' Asso
ciation tomorrow morning nt in o'clock
to take up this hand relict fund mat
ter," said SecrctnrV i:. II. Paris thh
"Some of us nro. Inclined to the Idea
that tho Merchants Asoclatin and
tho Chamber of Commerce should take
action that will secure the use of some
of the surplus of thai special San Fran
cisco roller fund, for the hand.
"Tho fund was contributed for re
lief of Hnwallnna and It seems as 11
ri-oluttons passed by tho 'Merchants
Association nnd the Chamber of Com
merce would bo nmdc authority for the
committee in charge to use a portion
lor tho roller or tho band.
"Thero Is a surplus. It seems tu lie
only u mutter of how it should be used
"It Is all right to collect nnolbci
f unit It they want to, but this money
was collected ror relief. Why not use
Mateo Colon, tho Porto Rlcan arrest
ed some weeks ago for tho stabbing ot
a Japanese man nnd a woman of the
fame race, was today charged on tho
police hook with thrco crimes assault
with a deadly weapon, assault with In.
tent to commit n fenony and v. Ith burg'
Jhry In Iho first degree. Tho victims
of his knlfo nro still In tho hospital
lut arc gradually recovering and will
bo nhle to appear against him, proli
(tbly, when his caso conies to trial.
Klniura and Tsurushlmn, or tho Ha
waiian Japanese Chronicle, wero arrcdt
cd today by Dctectlvn Mikl on coin'
plaint ot Shlmlzu, who charged lln.t
they published libelous statements In
their paper In nn nrtlclo relative to Dr
Uchlda. Shlmlzu, In turn,. was arrest'
cd on a charge or assault and battery
preferred by Klmura.
Tho Alameda Is over hair a day laic,
and at 3 o'clock she had not been re
ported. Tho steamer upon the arrival
or which Honolulu has been accustomed
to set Its clocks, Is losing her reputa
tion lor promptness latoly. She was
loto In arriving last time, nnd she was
late In getting lo the Coast on tho re
Tho Fearless is coaling nt tho foot of
tort street, preparatory to sailing for
tho Coast tomorrow with Iho steamer
Enterprise. Tho tug camo off tho mnr
Ino railway yostcrduy, whero bIio hud
her bottom scraped. The Knterprlso is
loading sugur ut tho railway wharf
8ho will not tnko a cirgo of sugar, but
only enough to servo as fallast
Thcodoro lllrhnrds writes that Lot
Sebastian Kniiliikuu Is expected lo ap
pear in (Irnnd Oponi this winter
Money may talk, hut the most of Its
can is in a boastful vein.
J. Hopp & Co,
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Mot-ldlrrf Prrtn Sptctal Cnhlt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cl., Nov. 9.
The Hawaiian who gave his nam as
John Slemsen admitted today to the
police that he Is the son of August
Dreler, a retired planter of Kauai.
The man Is charged with the mur
der of the cashier of the Japanese
bank and several other robberies and
assaults that have mystified the police.
Emit Dreler has three sons, all of
whom are here, John 8lemsen Is th
son of John 8lemsen, who came here
from Hamburg, Germany many years
ago. The elder Slemsen made consid
erable money In the sugar business,
but met with reverses, and finally
committed suicide at a place a little
makal of the Oahu Prison, Ha left
two sons John, who Is now on the
Coast, and Charles, who lives In Hlto.
The Hawaiian Hotel will hao Its
dance tonight eCn If tho Alameda falls
NORFOLK, Va Nov. 9. Prcs!d:nt
Roosevelt, on board the battleship
Louisiana, Is keeping In touch with
the mainland by wireless telegraph.
LONG BEACH, Cat., Nov. 9. The
wall of the Blxby Hotel, In course of
construction, collapsed today and from
six to ten men were killed and forty
injured In the ruins. The walls were
of reinforced concrete construction.
RIO GRANDE CITY, Tex., Nov, 9
A band of Mexicans made an attack on
a body of Texas Rangers and four of
the former were killed. The fight
grew out of election troubles.
Tho trluly of Wong Nln for perjury
In connection with the Immigration
laws Is still going on before Judge Dole.
Tho larger purl or tho time Is being
taken up with arguments, with tho Jury
excluded from Iho court room,
In tho case or I.I pirn Keknlliihiio s
Prima )ald and Print o Cupid, tho dn
ti'iidaiiu Iihmi uiterod an objection to
tho mot Ion of tho plaintiff to set tho
caso for trial In Iho present term of
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would pleas your friends
on ins mainland more tnn a box of
ilntpi or bunch of hananii,
LEAVE OMDCnft AT
THE WKLLO.I'AHGQ OFFICE,
H-MBaeggiHi i n- ' ' i . -aa
IAUKEA WON ON FAULTY BALLOTS
"Yes, It Is certain that I will atk for
This statement was made by Sheriff
II row n this mnrnln, and It Is thus ns
surcd that things will bo set men lug
which may yet change the result of tin
Tho Sheriff based bis decision on st
Lumber of pieces of evidence, which
show that a number of ballots wcio
counted which should hae been re
jected, and thjt a number ot ballots
wcro rejected which should luno beoti
counted. Kver slnco the day or dec
Hon tho llrown men havo been busy
finding out about thoso Irregularities
The result has been that It has been
found Hint thcro was qultn n Inrgtf
number and of sufficient gravity tu
warrant tho demnnd for a recount.
"From what I hnvo learned, I nro
satisfied that n number of lauken bal
lots were counted which should ha e
Icon rejected," said the Sheriff. "Theiu
was a sumctent number ot tncra to
more than make up tho majority ho re-
telved. Kurthermcro n number of bal
lots for myself wcro thrown out, which
thould havo been counted. Of course
thcrei-were -also n number of-lauke
ballots thrown ouL The Information
obtained about iho nature of these bal
lots varies so much that It is praclle
ally Impossible lo tell for whom the
majority of tbem wero cast. However
there Is abundant cause lo ask for a
recount, and I shall do so, though 1
hardly hellovo that any steps will be
taken before Judge Gear returns from
Kauai next Sunday.
'Ono thln.; Is certain, and Hint Is
that tho cllrfe cnt precincts did not fol
low the sa" system In allowing and
rejecting b 'J. Thus, whllo one pre
cinct woul i ?Jcct a ballot for some rea
son, another precinct would allow a
ballot, which was marked In Identical
ly the samo way.
'It has not yet been decided Just
what kind of a recount tho petition
will ask for. It may demand n count
or all tbe rejected ballots, or or all the
accepted ballots, or or both tho accept
ed and rejected ballots, or possibly of
the ballots In certain precincts only.
"We aro now looking up the matter
ot ballots which wcro rejected ami Im
proper ballots which wcro allowed,'
said Chairman Harry Murray or the
County Committee this morning. "We
aro getting the evidence together, and
getting affidavits to support It. The
troublo Is that in somo places wo hud
only ono watcher, and ho would ho mi
played out that many Irregularities
may have escaped bis notice, which we
consequently do not know about."
Neither Murray nor Urown rare to
say much about tho evidence they aio
gathering, preferring to wait until they
have It In an absolutely concrcto form,
In tho meantime It Is known that soum
very flagrant decisions by election In
spectors have corao lo lliclr notice.
In ono enso on Iiiukea ballot wai
ANY MAN EVERYMAN!
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1051 port Street
found, which has been torn right
ni-KMs, Die two pieces of tho ballot be
ing (onnected only by n slended bit of
paper The Inspector, who took I In"
Utile's from tho box, look this bal.
lot, looked at It, and tearing It comi
pletely in two uunounced that he bad
himself torn the balloL This voto wai
allowed In rpllo of tho fact Hint tho
original tc.ir constituted as completu
n mark of Identification as If, for In
btiince, n corner ot it hnd been torn off,
In another case an. Inukea ballot,
which besides bearing the cross on tho
margin provided for tho marks, had u
slanting lino on tho other side or the
dividing lino licit to tho namo ot tho
Liindldnle. In this case also was tho
billot capable of Identification. '
Thcso nro only Isolated Instances, but
enough such hne been tolleclcd lo
mora than do nwny with lauke.i'a ma
jority if those ballots tiro thrown In
In the recount, as should havo liecn
i.one. In tho original count.
Very lontrary U, this was tho action
taken by the election inspectors at Uwa,
who throw out u uunil-r ( llrown
ballots, whero tho ends ot the lines
constituting the cross piarka penetrat
ed V lltllo below tho spare lines; tho
tody or the cross being, however, plain
ly In tho spare provided for II. Indicat
ing beyond a doubt tho choko of th
GLASGOW, Mo, Nov. 9. The east
bound California Limited was held up
hero by a masked, man and the passen
gers robbed. The robber escaped..
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 8.
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