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fcVENINO DUM.ETIN.x HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. SEPT. 12. 1910.
SPECIAL SALE of LACES
ON MONDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER 12, AT 8 O'CLOCK
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
BLACK CHANTILLY SILK LACE AND INSERTIONS.
ORIENTAL LACES IN WHITE AND CREAM.
WHITE FANCY LACES.
MEDIUM AND HEAVY TORCHON.
? .10 ,
$ .30 .
. $ .25
This nrice list applies to all the laces ndvertiscd for
NEW MILLINERY The cases containing our supply
for the. Fall Showing arc now being unpacked.
WATCH FOR OUR OPENING
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
(Continued from Pace 1.)
. .Coxihnd a safe margin of votes to
Rlvo litm tlio nomination.
-' Robert V. Shlnglo had n clear
flcd or nomination as city and
county treasurer. Shlnglo was placed
in nomination by It. V. Ilrcckons,
K. A. Douthltt taking the chair
wRIlo Ilrcckons dwelt on tho good
qualities of Shingle for tho offlco of
keeper of tho money bugs of tho
city and county. Tho nomination
was' seconded by John Wlso, who In
'a particularly eloquent speech, do
llvcrcd In Hawaiian, called upou tho
llawallans present to accord their
undivided support to Shlnglo. All
the eloquence and requests for sup
port In this case, however, wcro
more or It'ss n matter of form, bo
eauso It was Shlnglo from tho bo
glunlng, without opposition.
Edward "Woodward was In tho
field against James Illckncll, but his
support . was not Btrong enough.
Illckncll was renominated by a con-
vcntlon vo'to of 109 to 9T.
Tlicro was no opposition candi
date against D. Kalauokalanl Jr. for
tho ofllco of county clerk, and ho
was mado ho unanimous chulco of
Dallotlng on the nominations for
supervisors produced some surprises,
I.ogati and Aylctt of tho present
board losing out. Jim Qulnu was
tho only member of the board to bo
returned. Tho tote on the second
ballot stood as follows,'' It having
been ngreed that tho seven polling
tho highest vote would bo considered
nominated: Ahla, 28; Amana, 93;
' Arnold, 119; Aylctt, 19; Dwlght,
' 118; Enos, 7B; James, 14; Kimball,
62; Krugor, 98; Logan, 58; Lour,
22; Malclun, GO; Murray, 89; Qulnn,
79; Robinson, 13.
Tho division on tho rules committee
( os to,llio method of balloting, us slut
'c'd In .Saturday's II u 1 1 o 1 1 u, was car-
t ried Into the. convention, with tho re
sult 'Jhat tho commlttco minority ro
lrt for tho secret ballot was adopted.
Tho sentiment of tho convention wns
plainly 'and overwhelming In favor of
' the secret b'kllot, Iho majority of
the rules commlttco being voted down
' In .their effort to havo each precinct
idelcgqtton chairman announce tho re
' The minority report was practical
ly n reiteration f tho rules thut wero
Indorsed by the convention Inst year
and contained nothing new or parti
cularly cumbersome, us tho advocates
of tho other syBtem attempted to
i It was u quarter after threo o'clock
Sunday morning when tho convention
ndjourned and It will go lulu session
tomoirow ovenlng at 7:30 to nomln
mo Senators and Representatives.
The candidates for nomination for
the various ofllccs Hied up to tho
platform undworo'allcglnnro to the
t party principles whether tliey wero
successful In having their ambitions
"for nomination gratlflcd or not.
Tho nominations for Iho Ilotiso and
1 Senate which, are to bo votoil
I upon- tomorrow night Included all. of
W'tho nulife of thoso 'who havo been
considered artu'iil aspirants. A. K
Judd was placed In nomination by
s Thorntons mid John Marcalllno plur-
ed tli name of Clatenco Ciahliu In
nomination, both bulilg for Iho long
term. J. O. Cohen was nominated by
KuiHt'uhd James lloyd noiulnuted Co
rll Ilrottn. John Wntnluniso iioniln
n led Cliaili'HvClillllnKrtorlli uml Jack
Hciilly and .lohn Uinthes roinploU'd
Iho 111 I'ur Old flmit l"l Ul I'liiuk
Alilier nominated At III
Tlii'io wit' mi luck uf iispiiiitiiH t'i
iiiiitiliiiilliMit fur ihu lluiuu n( llupiu
II, I', Wood itoiiiliiiiU'il Jii'ih Km
iihiiiiiiiIii AmliHM l; IliiHlii iiiiinliiiii'
11 IIhIiwi II IHtMr
WimmIvsmhI ill Hi foinili mimlint.'d
rinnnala. Walker nominated Mar
cnlllno. Iloth named William Wll
llamson. (leo. Mnaklcna and Norman
Walklns wcro numed. B. K. Ullkala
nt followed, Jlmmlo lloyd named A.
St. C. I'llannla. J. I'. Cooko named
Hiram Kolomoktl. O. 0, Ilallcntyno
nominated C. II, niown. Sam Par
ker's nominee wns M. S. Dciontc.
Oco. Davis named K. A.-C. Ijung. J.
A. Kennedy named E. Towsc.- Sam
Wulkcr nominated J. II. 8. Kaleo.
For tho I'lttli I'nonkalnnl named A.
I Castle. Eddlo Fernaudex wns nam
ed by Judgo Nalunn. Charles Knne-
koa was named. B. K. Alau named
S. I'. Corrca. William Isaac was nom
inated by James Kuplhea, D. Doug
las named William Kane.
A, S. Kulclopu was nominated.
Isaac named K. J. Kacu, Colonel Knox
nominated KM J. Crawford, Unci Kin
ney was named, as was also S. K.
Muhoo, of Wolaltm, Frank K, Ar
cher wns named. Mr. Pedro nomin
ated H. K. Krimnkalu. David Kama
was named, llkcwlso Solomon Malic
lona. Deputy sheriff of Koolauloa
nominated Jpo Knlann..
FIND HARDWARE STORE.
IN A MAN'S STOMACH
Hatpin and Buttonhook Among
Unpalatable Collection In
side Human Ostrich,
CAHIO. III., Aug, 23. Dcforo Frank
W. Wilson, nn advertising solicitor of
St. Iiil, died hero In n hospltnl yes
terday he told the physicians he had
swallowed several articles of n for
eign nature, and they had better put
the X-ray at work, He wns operated
on Sunday night on the theory thnt
he was udllcted with appendicitis.
Threo incisions wcro made In tho
man's stomach, and, according to
physicians, tho following articles were
Ono shoe buttonhook, lady's hatpin,
three keys, ono lead pencil, ono belt
buckle, one tin toy pistol, threo small
nnlls, one needle, one thermometer.
Wilson, nccordlng to bis physicians,
had been in n depressed mental sfoto
for some time, during which ho swal
lowed anything that ho could get
down his throat. Ho formerly lived
here, but n few years ago ro-novrd
to St. Louis, where ho wns employed.
Ha had been In tho hospital for u
Mr. and Mrs. Oault, Mr. Van Val
kenburg nnd Miss Horsey had charge
of the service at tho Ouhu Jail on
Sunday at 11 u. in. Mrs. Oault wns
organist. Mr. (built, tho gepernl sec
retary of boys' work, gavo un ud
drcss. Mr. Van Vulkcnburg was wel
comed buck as ho always gives i few
chcorful words to the boys.
A RiiKBlan wltli n much dlsenloroJ
faco appealed In court this morning
and was chaiged with being drunk.
Intel protcr Fred Weed informed Iho
court that tho Russian claimed tohuvo
been assaulted and nearly killed;
Judgo Audi ado allowed tho stranger
In go freo as ho Deemed to huvo hud
n bad tlmo of It.
J. Oswald Lulled leaves for Hllo
on the Manna Kcu will take u look
nt tho Volcano and return In about
l'lve or six good men to mix on
eieto, Rear of Mld-1'nclllc lnU
tuta, on ground of College of Hu
wull. Coinu irmly for work.
MiCIiiio'h nnd i;verbl''n, both, una
)'itr, 2l Woman' ninu Compali
lull ami ,Mil!tu's, 2; IMIlii'iiKn'
mul MiCIiiiu', luiili, iiiiii m,
ll-TH. Himthiid)', IKIIlU'iiliir wii
MiCIiiih', mm. Mii'lurn. Wo-
Wimp lliiiiiu I'iiimp-iiiIiiii. IMIiiwi
inr, n rift (Him HiiIimiIpHihi
.wt'ii- il Hut iio IT M 1 II
SAN FKA.N'CISCO, Aug. 26.
new regulation of tho Immigration
department goes Into effect October
1 which will encompass the depar
ture from this country of tho alien
traveler with ns much red tape as
now enwraps his arrival, Tho steam-
ship companies engaged in cross-sc.i
p.ibscngcr tralDc view the approach
of October 1 with u good deal of uu
rest, as they fear that the cnfui ce
ment of the new ruto will hno the
effect of diverting much tourist
travel fiom tho United State.
Tho new rule, which Is number
29, piuvldes that n list of outward
bound aliens shall be delivered to
tho collector of custohis by the inns
tcrs of vessels taking passengers out
of tho United States. This list must
bo filed before the, vessel will bo
granted clearance papers.
In addition to securing the name
of each passenger tho steamship
company must, In the case uf aliens,
have a record of Ills or her age, sex,
nationality, race, country of resi
dence before coming to tho United
States, time of last arrival In the
United States, last residence In the
United States, country of Intended
future residence nnd occupation In
the case of citizens of the United
States, Only tho name, sex and ngu
need be noted.
The enforcement of this rule Is
expected to tnuko much trouble for
the passenger agents of the torn
panics, as the avcrngo tourist can bq
depended upon to resent most of tho
questions that Uncle Sum says he
must answer before ho can leave the
land of the freo. It Is hard enough
now for tha Immigration inspectors
to get the well-to-do tourist to dlB
cuss such Intlmuto affairs iib the
amount of his pile, tho legality of
his mnrrlugo and his vlows on po
litical and social mutters. Tho new
idle will also make It Impossible for
tho belated traveler to take passage
at tho lust moment or nt any time
after the ship has been cleared ut
the custom house.
Tho copy of the new law was re
ceived with groans which will In
crease In Intensity ns the time
draws near for Its enforcement.
Thp Immigration bureau calls the
new rule ux "amendment of stalls,
tlcul regulations of July 1, 1907,"
Tho steamship companies' have an
other name for It.
Recent remits to ttio effect that
'Chinese stnicsinen are seriously rou
sideling Ilia (don -of nuking English
tho language of tho, empire have been
I scoffed at hero and there, but mainly
iy iiioko nun nuve nut heen nblo tu
sep' (ho tremendous ndvAntagc that
would nt onoo accrue tu the Chinese
ns a consequence of Inking such n
course. Japan only baicl) fell short
of doing so, and the Japanese of the
more advanced clars do not fe-l that
.their education Is complete today uu
III they hnvo succeeded In acquiring
nfulr knowledge of the English ton
Kite. tlr4it ns the piohIVsi of the
Island empire has been, there can hu
no question that It would havo been
even greplcr hhd lis people been nlilc
to commiinlcnto mora fieely with thy
ISngllsh spcnklng world.
Merc figures as to the number of
peoplo In ICngllsli-spvnkliig countries
convey only n vnguo Idea of Iho coin
nerclal Importance of Hie Kugllth
language In theso times, Some recent
"straws" of nn Interesting nnd In
structive character are found In con
nection with recent compiled statis
tics, Of tho GOO.000,000 persons who
speak colloquially ono or another of
the ten or twclvo chief modern lan
guages, It Is estimated, about 30 per
cent speak Kngtlsh. Hut while less
than one third of those nho use Iho
postal facilities of the world may
claim the Kngllsh as their native- ton
gue, two-thirds of those who corros
pond through tho world's malls do
so In tho Kngllsh language This, ns
our authority points out, arises from
tho fact that so Inrgu a share of Iho
commeiclnl business of the world lit
done In Kngllsh, "ocn ihnong those
who do not speak It us their native
tongue.'' ' -
' Tho use of Kngllsh, becnuso of Ihn
World-wide Influence of Iho llrltlsh
LABORER IS HURLED
INTO MOLTEN ASPHALT
Automobile Hits Workman and Driver
Continues on Way Without Stop,
OAKLAND, August 23. Hurled into
n heap of molten asphult by u speed
Ing auto, whoso driver did not even
look back, Antonio Do Crucca, un em
ploye of the Ransonio-Crummey Com
pany, was seriously burned this after
nqon before his fellow laborers could
rcscuo dim, nnd, as n result of tho nt
fair, tho dctectlvo forco Is ut work to
night trying to determine who Iho
chauffeur was to be guilty of so heart
less an act after his carelessness.
A gang of the lalxircrs wero nt work
on tha pavement near the Intersection
of KasU Fourteenth street and Twcn
tlctli nvcnuo hlxnit 3 o'clock In tho of
tcruoon. Tho unto approached D"
Crucca Irom behind, nnd, amidst lite
nolso of his work, ho fulled to hoar II
coming. When It struck him It throw
him with some forco iuto Iho smoking
asphalt and ho lay there stunned from
tho shock and tho paralyzing effect
of tho heat until somo of tho men
near by ran to him and lifted him
from it. Ho had serious liuriu on hlr
body, which will mean disfigurement
The automobile, which kept on go
Ing, nnd whoso drhur did not pay any
attention to what ho had done, In said
by tho workmen to huvo carried the
number 21,971), which Identifies It, ac
cording to tho recoriU, as tho ma
chlno of K. C, Kvcns, of 18IG Knsl
Twenty-second street. Do Cruccu wai
taken tu his home.
CHILDREN WADE 15 MILES
IN FIRE-BORDERED CREEK
SPOKANE. Wash.. Aug, 23. The
four fumlllcs of homestendera who
wero reported burned to death on
Im Tour creek, Kootenai county,
Idaho, escaped by wading fifteen
miles along tho bed of the crcok
with llro burning down to tho wii
ter's edgo, forcing tho refugees fro
quenlly to submcrgo themselves
when tho llanies reached almost Into
their faces. The families wcro tlioao
of Walter Osborno, II. A. Smith, F
O. Andress mid J. O. Andres. The
aged fathor of Ihu Addresses win
borne uu u utreliher by Ihu other
iik'Ji. In His party wero eight ihll
ilten mid three women. The people
an I veil at Ht Joe with Ihelr (hurl ml
vlullilUK .lead) In full fmiu tilth
IIAIIIIHIIH .M Mm KiipKibiiu Mumr
iilii llHiiie, H"pii'HilH'i' ; HMD '"
ilii Ki uf I'ihiiIi M Hun ii'
empire nnd tho United Stales, Is,
sptcndlng now moio rapidly than ever
It would b'o unreasonable to ussunio
that It will at any near period of.
Ilni" supplant the Inngii iRes of tip) I
older nntlons of tho globe, but- It need
not do so In order that Its employment,
ah n means of communication among
different peoples shall become prnctl-1
Stilly universal. I
Rccnuse native trees nro lsi slow
of giuwth to meet the demand for!
umber, trees frojn, America and hu
rope nro being, Introduced Into New
Free! Free ! Free!
TO introduce our BOYS' CLOTHING
Department we will give FREE
with every suit purchased a Splendid
Gun Metal Stem Wind and Stem Set
Watch. This watch is not a toy but
a watch that is guaranteed for one
year by the maker.
We carry a full line of BOYS'
CLOTHING, ranging from $5 up. v
ssm bW M T W m Mm tml
The Eloquence of Daniel Webster
. Could not present so forcible an argument
in favor of . .v
As is afforded by the article itself. It's own simple
story of ABSOLUTE PERFECTION is contained in
In Pints and Half Pints
At $1.00 and 60c the dozen respectively v
. Ml I
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