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!0 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7 1908-lO PAGES
MRS. PAUL NEUMANN LOST OVERBOARD
ATTELL AND MORAN FIGHT TO DRAW
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Make the Idlo Sparc Room Pay
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Lucas and Hustace
Both Claim Victory
The result of tlio Itcpubllc.in pil
marlcH and their iclutlon tn thu
thiuxoH of I lie thiee I'.iliilliytcH fur
Iho Mnvwntly Ih I lie subject which U
Inlcicsllng it 1 1 thu politicians today.
Ill Ihn I'lmith the i outfit Is between I
1, ileus iiml Hiislucc, ami heio thu for
mer heat the Litter In their own pie-1
tlnel, getting in most of lil dele
Tim most Intori'HlliiK fiMturu of
tlii coolest was tho icsult III (ho
riflli Dlttilet, where both (lie Lucas
anil tint Ilnstacc men latin In huvo
won thu virion. Until candidates
h.ivo hud riy active lieutenants In
tho Held nuil these have thu whole,
thing llguicd out. All ligico lh.it
I .:i ne In not In the rare, hut Hie re
iiultH with lcgard to their favorites
urn widely dlfTcicnt.
Ktir the town prcilmls tint Ilux
Iniu men give the count ns followH:
12 .. 1
II S 1
ii 12 r.
Knur delegate)) are classed tin
The l.ucns men liiivu also figured
the whole thing out svstcmntlrally
for thesu preclnits. hut with niucli
ilirfcrciit lesultB. They are as fol
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In Koolaupoko the l.ucns men con
cede HiiHtiitn the majority, while tho
IIuMiiio men claim th.it tlio delegates
BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
' for several weeks and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue serges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
The most becoming suits young boys can
Prices $7.50 and $8.50
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
are nil for lluitnic. Tlicie me nine,
In Koulauloi, vvhete there am tlx
dclcgatca, the I.uiax men nay tlicie
are (luce for each i.iuilldate. whllo
the lluslme men nio uncertain.
In Wnlaliiii, nine delegates, holli
claim to have the solid delegation.
Walanno'M three delegates urn
(minted for l.ttrna liy both fucttoiiH,
while Kwa's four men are claimed
hy Imtli candidates.
Thu I. ilea k men claim to have all
hut four of tho 1'earl City delegation
of sixteen, while tho Ilnstnro men
figure that they Htand nhout halt and
Die most ntcicstlng light In tho
l'nuitli waH In tho Squabbling Hoe-
mid, where Rawlins got In hy the
slhl of hi teeth, receiving tho least
uumtier of votes of those elected. On
the other hand, lluffaudc.iu, who is
the power there, iiml predicted Ills
defeat, :inl llawlliiK claims that ho
iibcil marked hallots In an endeavor
to defeat him. HawllnH says that
he dlstuvttcd that oven before tlio
polls were opened marked ballots
were distributed to llufTanilcnu'fl fol
lowing, who deposited these In tho
box, icturnlng to their bosses tho of'
lltlal ballots given them. Iluffnii-
deau could not ho found this morn
ing, mi his sblo of tho story was not
learned. Itawllns was tho only ono
of tlio antl-Iluffniideau faction who
managed to get In.
County Attorney Catlicart, who
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DANCE AT HONOLULU
SEASIDE HOTEL TO
NIGHT IN HONOR OF
Commencing IIiIr evening, nnd con
tinning every night dining tho visit
of thu Pacific fleet, n danco will he
given In their honor at tho Honolulu
Seaside Hotel. Special dinners will
also ho served In tho open air dining
loom from slx-thlrty to eight, which
ha been attractively decorated for
tlio occasion!. Music for all of tho
dinners and dances will ho supplied hy
tho Kaal (lleo Club. A cordial Invita
tion to tho local Army nnd Navy folk,
as well as Iho numerous nations of
thu Seaside, In extended.
OF GOLDEN WEST
Caiifornians of Honolulu
Wednciiday will ho California Da)
for Honolulu when the Native Bons of
tho (loldeu West will celebrate Admis
sion day wllh a hall at the Moami.
Tho celebration this je.ir will he par
ticularly elahoinlo on account of tho
proHcnco of tho ciulser licet In pent
and tho new "California" Unit Is thu
plldo of the (lolden State.
Tho grand march will ho led hy
Governor and Mrs. I-'rear and tho
function will ho attended hy all Call-
fornlaiiH, leading citizens, of Honolulu
mid n largo leprcsentntlon from tho
FloLt. The reception committee for
tho event Is:
Itcccptlon Committee Miss I.iiciih,
MIbs Dlnklage, MlbB Weir. Miss Tol.
Ian, MIkh Ilovvmnn, .Miss Waltz, Mrs,
Whitehead, Mis. Tlmmoiis, Mrs.
Floor Manager T. A. O'llilen.
Floor Committee F C. linos, C. F,
Murray, J M. Invy, F. (1. Nojes. M.
II Drummoiid, C. II. Haven, F. II.
NOTHING DOING ON
WAILUKU WATER SCRAP
Tho status of tho Wnlluku vvntor
works contiovcrsy will remain as It
Is for the present, according to thu
words of Attorney Ocncrnl Hcmcn
wny this morning. Tho Territory
wilt take no action In tho matter for
tho time being. Mr, llcmcnvvay
leaves for thu States shortly, anil ho
is busily engaged In preparing data
for tho cases that will occupy his
attention at Washington.
Today Is receiving day at tho
homo of Governor Waller F. s
Frear, anil It Is probable that a
largo number of notables will
bo present at tho At-IIoinn of
thu Chief Uxccutlvo and his
vvlfo nt their I'unahoti street
Tomorrow evening Admiral
Hvvinhttruu and Admiral Hehrco
will entertain tho Governor at
dinner on board tho flagship.
This Is tlio return courtesy for
the dinner given them by Gov
's- crnor Frear somo days ago.
Charles Van Stiiildlford, husband
of Grnro Van Stuildlford, tho actress,
Is In n borlous condition following a
fall from a horso at Joncshoro, Mo,
David II. IIIII pledges himself to
work for Iirynn and Mack scoks to
rcroncllo Now York factions.
has resumed business
after) a week'i vaca
tion. If you wish to buy
or sell stocks or bonds
we shall bo pleased to
handle your order.
823 FORT ST. Honolulu
Henry Vlil.i may leave the Demo-
iratlo parly, which lie Joined only a
row montliH ago. Ho Is now a dele- 11IH ,)C011 published, hut homo iuIb
gate to both tho IWiiiwratlc t-onvi-ii. krs , rn.de. the fol-
tlous, hut ho feels that I rank llaivey
is m,iklng n tight against l.ltu and Is '''"? ''""ever, MnK correct ac
ror this reason conlcmplatlti? nceMim'torillnB tn Maishal Hendry s list:
fresh polltlclnl pastures. C. T Itodgers, Honolulu; (leorgo
"Is It Into that J en have left the
Democratic party?" Vlila was ahked
"Not et," answered VM.i
"Well, are ou conlenitilatlug It?"
"Yes, I am," nnswered Vlda. "To
tell the truth, Frank Harvcv Is making
a personal light agalnpl me One rea
son is that I am a new man in tho
party, and another Is that Iho Adver
tiser doesn't like me, nnd there aro
other reasons. I nm beginning to feci
that If I am no good In one way I am
no good In any other and might Just
as well quit."
It Ik understood on good authority
that Judge. Kaulukou has been select
ed to fill thu position of District Mag
istrate of North Kona District which
was made vacant hy tho recent death
of thu Into .ludgu Clark.
Tho Judgu has been mentioned as
n eanilldato for thu Sheriffship on tho
Ilopubllcnu ticket, and Tins somo en
thusiastic, though not very numerous
or poworful, hackers. Should ho rc
ccpt tho offer this will lenvo John
Wise as tho only piesent openly de
clined cnndlditto for tho shrievalty.
On account or a misunderstanding
tho St. l.otils baseball team failed tn
show up at tho hall park this after
noon to play their scheduled gnmo
with tho .low els. The gumu was there
foro called off, and thu latter agreed
to play an exhibition game with u
team of sailors.
San Francisco Hoard of Works
puts ban on drunkenness by era
plovcs of city street department.
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
While the "Fleet" is in port. Meals,
beverages, and candies. Tho best
in each line,
Alexander Young Cafe,
COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS.
OF PF.TIT JIIMK
Names Have Been Drawn
For U.S. Distriet
1'ntlt Jurors for tho October 1908
term of the United States District
Court hnvo been selected, and the
following Is the corrected list of the
names of those drawn. Another list
Mundon, Kapaa, IC-iiial; Chas. Ilrcdo,
Honolulu: John Herd, Wnlmannlo,
Odhu; Geo. I'rcclaud, I.nlutlna, Maul;
It. W. Shingle, Honolulu; Ilobt. W.
Shnrpe, Honolulu; Fred. II. Damon,
Honolulu; II. W. I'odmorc, Honolu
lu; W. T. Ilaldlng. Illlo; Jacob Lan-
do, Honolulu; Arthur I. Greenwcll,
lOalakekun, Hawaii; Clement Smith,
Honolulu; James S.ikuna, Honolulu;
W. W. Harris, Honolulu; Wm. F. Le
high, Honolulu; Ilobt. W. Atkinson.
Honolulu; John T. Ilakcr,. Illlo;
Chns. W. C. Peering, Honolulu; Sam
uel K. Nulnoa, Honolulu; Jns. It.
Cummings, Honolulu; Joaquin A. It.
Vlcrrn, Honolulu: David C. Kamau
ohn, Honolulu; John D. Holt, Hono
lulu: August II. It. Vlcrrn, Honolu
lu: Donald M. Itoss, Honolulu; C. I.
S. Wilson, Honolulu; John Kaelo-
ll.akule, Kallua, Hawaii; St.. O. Bay
crs, Honolulu; Sam Kaiihane, Walo-
hlnu, Hawaii; Gcorgo V. Winter, Ll
huo, Knual; Ilralnard W. Smith, Ho
nolulu; H. D. Sloggctt. Puunene,
Maul; Anthony M. Oilman. Hono
lulu; Chns. n. Frar.lcr, Honolulu; C.
II. Ilclllna. Honolulu; H. F. Wlch-
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(Spcrlal liulletlii Wireless)
WAII.UKU, Maul. Sept. 7.
Tho result of Saturday's gamo
was I'ala 19, I'uunciin 1.
Tho Sunday games at Wells
Park resulted In' Kahulul fi,
Tho Kahululs havo won tho
Hnymonil Cup with tho Wal-
kapus second. Stars third, anil
lllhinarck, king of tho mcnagcrlo
In Central Park, Now York, nnd hla
mate. Hose, aro tho parents of a
baby lion. It, being their twelfth
The California Ilcpuhllcnn Stato
Convention platform declares for pro
tection and tho direct primary.
S.S. LURL1NE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEAHS, PTNBAPFLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 1
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
is worth more than the boy'i,
Let us deliver your mcMages,
MRS. NEUMAN LOST
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 7. Mrs. Paul Neumann of Hono
lulu, who was a passenger on the C ity of Sydney from Acapulco, is miss
ing. It is believed she was lost overboard.
Mrs. Neumann was tho widow o the late
a daughter and nleco In Honolulu New- of b
to a wide circle of friends thioiighont Hawaii
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 7. The Attcl-Moian fight went
full twenty-three rounds and was dcclaicd a. draw by Referee Welsh.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 7. Betting at the ringside on the
Attcll-Moran fight for the featherweight championship is ten to seven
in favor of Attell.
The fight is being referced by Welsh. The fighting is even and nt
the close of the eleventh round Attell
I0S ANGELES, Calif., Sept. 7. Billy Papkc won his fight with
Stanley Ketchcll today in the twelfth round.
The betting was two to one in favor of Ketchcll, but he lost on a
straight knockout and Papkc takes the middleweight cliampionship of
the worliJ. Jim Jeffries refcreed the fight.
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STRANG WON ROAD RACE
LOWELL, Mass., Sept. 7. Strang, in a 60-horscpowcr touring car,
won the road race of 2544 miles, making the distance in 4 days, 4 hour)
23 minutes, and 4 seconds.
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BRYAN TALKS TO LABOR
CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 7. Wm. J. Bryan addressed a tremendous la
bor meeting here today.
THIRTY THOUSAND IN LINE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 7. Two Labor Day parades
held in the city today. Thirty thousand men were in line.
Sail Thursday Morn
Oh, what a dabbing of kerchiefs to
crjlng eves, what protestations of
faith, and what momentary knnvvlug
of heart-strings (hero will bo III Hono
lulu next Thursday morning when
tho maids of tho I'aradlsu of tho Pa
cific see their gay, caro-frco sailor
lovers of-tlin-hour sail away across tho
briny blue! For It has been official
ly decided that tho great Pacific. Moot
will leave hero Thursday morning, as
early as possible, too, and Honolulu
will miss tho gleaming whito of tho
Bk V "5s
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd.
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS BELOW HOTEL.
l'.uil Niiimnini and hnx
r loss will be a -id Bhorl;
Itad a slight advantage.
clean cut cruisers nnd the grim, black,
vcnomoiis-nppeurliig torpedo boat deg
trojers on her waterfront onro again.
Preparations to Leave.
Towing-lines aro being Inspected
and everything Is being put shlpshnpn
In preparation for tlio continuation ot
tho long Journey over tho Pnclfle.
Thero Is very little, however, that hi
being done that Is at nil out of thu
ordinary In tho hustling and bustling
on hoard tho ships. Tho loral flrmii
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Men of the Fleet
E HAVE THE LARGEST
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We don't need to ask you to tako
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account of not having sufficient stock.
Why go to a store with small as
sortment when we offer you such a
wide range of styles and sizes to se
SHOES THAT FIT AND WEAR
RIGHT AND AT RIGHT