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CITY AND COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
Mayor Jot. J. Ftrn.
8upervltort W. H. McCltllan,
Robt. Pahau, M. E. 8ilva, loela Kla
kahl, Letter Petrie, M. C. Pacheeo and
H. H. Plemer.
8herlff W. P. Jarrett.
Treasurer R. H. Trent.
Attorney Wade Warren Thayer.
Clerk Chat. Baker.
Auditor J, C. Apderton.
Honolulu Chat. H, Rote.
Ewa J. Kulmanu,
Walalua Thot. Clark.
. .Wnlnnno R. GllllUnd.
Koolauloa Henry J. Kalawal.
Koolaupoko R, W.'Davlt.
D. C. Rlvenburg, Judge Edlngt and
Jack Kalaklelk, long term.
Eddie Hanapl, thort term.
Fourth District E. H. F. Woltert,
O. K, Keawehaku, C. Denvedot, H. Q.
Moore, Fred Turrlll, Sol. Meheula.
Tilth District Ed. Like, 8. Kaohele,
D. Kuplhea, J. M. Poepoe, Out. Kalel.
ohanu, Luka Kelllklpl.
ComplHliiK their nominations on tlio
City nnd County ticket, the Demo
cratic convention adjourned last nlRht,
with nbout an evenly divided feeling
of nnrCHt and natlHfncllon upon the
part of tho ileleKntea. The frleniln of
Dr. Raymond nro atiKry becnuae their
candlilate wns knifed In his anplra
Hour for n. nomination to tho upper
hoiito. Haymond was considered n
stioiiR candldato lint when It came
to the. IsRim ho discovered that ho wus
to ho sacrificed and accordingly with
drew his' nuino nnd allowed the other
candidates to scramble for tho place.
Two prrmilucnt Democrats who can
not stand for tho pint form, Col, Mo
Curthy and Chan Wlldor woro abient
on tho roll call nnd did not nppear
nt all. The McCandless program was
carried out with consistency. All of
I the Democratic Incumbents In the
City nnd County Oovcrnment were
('nominated, Mayor Kern, Bherllt Jnr
rclt, Deputy Sherlll Hose, Treasurer
Trent and Supervisor McClellan.
As stated In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n yester-
Uenevedog, Morse, Turrlll and Melie
ulii weie Hie six selected.
The result of the balloting In the
flflJi was as follows: til. l.lke, 0&:
a. Kuohete. 28; I). Kamnlm. 21; .1 I
Maknnnnl, 20; Max Bchlemnicr, k:
Kuplhtn. SI ; .1 M. I'oeiioe. 22; Knal
0; KcUoa, 9; J, Koane, 1: those de
dared elected being K. I. Like, S
Knnhele. I. Kuplhea J. M I'oepoe
(Ins Kalclohnnu, l.uk.t Kelllklpl.
Dr. Clark Will Try to Get
People Located on
The Hoard of Immigration Is hav
ing offices on the corner of Alil.ea
and Merchant stieets, and wlUun n
short time Dr. Victor 3 Clnr r.nd
his office force will be Installed
In sneaking this mornln.t of the
work which he expected to do. IV.i
Chirk cald that besides th) f'.erertl
Immigration work, he was to liavu(
n sort of land office, where es
(Ions about land for sale especfullyi
could be answered.
"There are ninny people whoiomo
hern and after seeing the city nnd
environs wish to mnke itnwuii tneir
home. It Is this class of people Hint
we wish to reach especially, nnd all
rorts of Information about lands and
cropi will be furnished by this of
fice," said Ilr. Clark.
"Then, betides theso peoplo, there
nro the Immigrants, Many have
troublo with n lunn or trouble In
some other way where they are do
ing plantation work. If these per
unis are desirable home-makers wo
want to reach them. We shnll get
In touch with them nnd try to make
them Interested In having land nnd
a home for thcmteUes," he said.
The now offices are Just n short
distance from the waterfront nnd .
are In nn Ideal location for the work I
winch is to no none ny ur. ciarKs
TOMMY BURNS MEETS
WITH BAD INJURY,
Sprained Tendon in Right Kneo
and Is Lame.
As ii result of injuries received In
the Iubor Day lucrosso game between
Vancouver and Now Westmlnstor,
Tommy Hums mny retire from the
ring, suys the lixumlnor of September
day Mayor Torn was renominated"- He Is nuitched with Bum Ungford
wlllinnt nt,i,nlll,m nn,l nmt.1 enthn.l. 'W II uum in minuuil in iwi-i-iiiuvr.
num. FuIIohIiik tho caucus
districts to select their candl
votes were reported as follows:
Firth District Usler iVIrlo. 100;
M C. Pacheeo, 105; 11. II. I'lomnier,
9G; Knpaua. 12; C. Keawn, 8; M. Ka
pun, 2: M. C. Moses, 7. Tho throe
highest 1'elrlc, l'ncheco nnd I'lem
iner were declared nunilnatrd.
Tho result lit the fourth district
was as follows: V. II. Meridian,
107; Itobt. I'nliaii, 10C; M. K. Sllva,
99; Klakalil, 67; "floody" Morso, 34;
The result was that McClellan, I'n
ban, Sllva mid Klakalil wero numed
from the Fourth, Morso nnd Foster
loclng out. From tho Fifth canio Io.
trie, I'lemmer nnd l'ncheco, as had
been expected. There wero cheers
followed by music after tho candi
dates, hnd taken tho pledge.
Jarrett wus nominated for Sheriff by
acclamation, Chairman Watson leav
ing tho chair to Vlco Chairman Clem
Qulnu to make the nominating
speech. Watson stated that ho had
nominated Jarrett for two offices, Dep
uty Sheriff nnd Sheriff both of which
he hnd filled with success and ulill
Tho balloting nn candidates for the
IIouso did not come until the evening
wrhIoii. When tho convention was
called to order at eight o'clock the
districts worp nsked by Chairman
Wftlson of thoy had agreed upon a
cnndldato but nothing -definite being
learned by tho chairman n further
lecess was granted.
lleforo tho recess was tnken, how
ever. Dr Raymond candidate for tho
Senate took the Hoor and fluted that
lie had decided to withdraw his name
und could not allow It to bo presented
to tho convention. Dr Itnymond stat
of tho two I tlle w,ulu-'r ,0 ,l"'tt JttC' Johnson lut,
dldates tho I cr' ,'",lur '" '"Kland or Australia,
uui u is u iuemi(in wneiuer tnu iu
tiadlau will ever bu seen In tho ring
During the gnmo Monday llurnn
strained n tendon In his right knen.
He did not pny uuy attention to tho
Injury nt the time, but It steadily be
enmo worso, nnd noxt morning ho
could not inovu the Injured leg. He
culled In expert medical iidvlco, hut
tho knee was swollen and stiffened so
that ho has difficulty In walking with
the assistance of n cane. It will bo
two months at the least before he
will biTubte to do uny training
"My right kneo has been bad for
years us a result of an Injury, but ns
long ai my right leg was good I was
nil right," halt) liurus, "Now tho right
kneo Is gone 1 will glvo It u trial,
nut ir It does not come around I am
PUTTING UP BLUfT
Player's Antipathy to Camera
Raises Suspicions, '
Pitcher I'. Mljchtll of tho San Fran
cisco team, und tho "man of niyn
tery" of tho Coast U-ague, is so hit
ter ngalnst newspaper photographers
that ho threatens bodily harm when
over ono approucho sas tho Kxum
luer of Sept. 3. Toduy one of the
camera uitlsts hauuloitd out to the
playeis' licntli whom Mitchell sat and
tried to make u mupiltot.
Mitchell saw him in a moment, und,
leaping to his feel, picked up n largo
that arc not endearing, und declared
ho would smash Ills niiimr.itiin. The
ed later that lie withdraw because hoca,ncm ,llau rotu,, lemporurlly, but
knew Iheio was u plan to knife Ittm , latt-r catiKlit Mitchell unawares. Other
because of his Hiipiose, opposition to, ( hotogiaphera liavo had similar expo.
the platform, something .which he do
tiled most i mphntlcally.
Tho balloting In tho two dUttlcts
resulted ns rollows:
Fourth District (long li'im: two
llences with him tho past few days.
Help' Is II poHslblo that tho Seals
have annexed a big leaguer who Is
mini: In hide his Identity? All kinds
highest) Judgo I-Mliw, 11 "iof storlis to that effect hnve llti.ited
JIIwiiIiiiikIi. 100; Win. F. Wolters, K r,om (l0 soutliland. If such Is the
Fifth Dlstilct (long lerm). J H-,rane Danny Umg played nn Imiooo.it
Knlaklel.i. M; A. V. dear, 3J; Itdmit llBr (n ,,, lrP(.eo.iim, as tho now
teini), KMillf llutupl C!; D.ivld K" i miner Just happenu.1 Hi slrnll fnlo tho
lnwahi, 29, I Portland ill; when 'lie fain wim In
Kiilaklehi kI tho long Ivi m mimlna ,)( I1(ll(ll ast ,( tllivim oiioukIi lu
tlon, nnd liddlH lUnipl ilm "l' wkimii! gMiiK hlni u unifiiiui
KM III, A V. fliur limiH ileliMie.i
FURTHER BARGAINS JUST MARKED OFF FOR JORDAN'S BIG SALE
COMMENCING ON 'MONDAY
HUNDREDS of Waists in this Stock remarkably cheap.
The best numbers came only one of a kind, every size 32 to 44
including' the latest in Marquisette Waists, Taffetta Waists,
Real Irish Crochet, Batiste Waists, Persian Silk Waists, and
many other styles too numerous to mention. $1.00 waists
going; for 50c, $2.00 waists for $1.00, $3.00 waists for $1.50,
$4.00 waists for $2.50 and so on right up to the $50.00 waists.
SILK PETTICOATS. Guarantee Ticket on each Skirt. All colors including Black,
Grey, White, Tan, Blue Pink, Brown, Green, Old Rose and Navy at $3.75, $4.56, $6.50, $7.50.
WASH PETTICOATS in Plain Colors, Pink, Blue, Grey, also Stripes at 50c, 75, 95
and$ 1.00. '
CHILDRENS' COATS. Sizes 1 to 7 years in Blue, Red, Tan, Striped and White
Serge at $2.50. f
GIRLS COATS. Sizes 4 to 14 years. Nobby Styles will sell on sight, all sizes, $1.95k
W0MENS' RUBBERIZED COATS. Satin Stripes and- Moire Designs, worth $16.50
to $22.50 at $9.50 to $12.50.
Tailor Made Suits
Blue and White and Black and White Tennis Striped Serge Suits, regular $35.00, sale price $21 .00.
Black and White Striped English Serge best quality, highly tailored, lined skinner satin, regular $57.50
Black and While Striped English Serge trimmed black gimping and piped with silk, regular $55.00 at
Black and White Striped English Serge beautifully tailored, highly finished worth $52.50 at $35.00.
White Serge 2 Button Latest Cut Jacket Suits, worth $40.00 at $27.50.
White Serge Suits, trimmed with blue silk braid, worth $52.50 at $37.50.:-.'::l25IZ::3: :
Black and White Shepherd's Check Tailored Suits, regular $50.00, sale price $36.50.
Pearl-grey Tailored Diagonal Worsted Suits, regular $50.00 at $32.50. '
Misses to Extra Large Sizes in light weight Tailored Suits, worth $28.50 at $13.50.
$60.00 values in high grade Pongee Suits, all different styles at $35.00.
$35.00 values in 20 styles of New Tailored Suits, all sizes to extra large at-$ 18.50..
We desire to slate respectively that on no account will any goods be sent on approval" during this -
Sale. We will cheerfully exchange or refund money on anything not satisfactory. '
Ladies can save a lot of money on Hosiery while the line lasts. We gotJ
some startling values in this slock and will show these on our counters next Monday.
There are lots of lines not mentioned in this circular. In conclusion we urgent
ly request- Every Lady not to miss this big event.
Sale begins MONDAY MORNING at 8 a. m.
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Ellis to truu atom It.
Recess Appointments Appoar
Satisfacloiy anil Opposition
Looks to Bo Doomed,
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JUDGE DRAFTS A LAW
MAKING DIVORCE HARD
Juiist Uinos Tlial No Dccioo
Do Gianloil by Default
Accused Must Appeal,
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