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IDISQELrS TIESJED SOX
Bio Jeff Tcsre.iu, tho Ozark Bear
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Is Snug Against a Rib and Its
Victim Is Now Out of
COPY OF SPEECH SAVES HIM
Colonel Jokes and Laughs While
Doctors Are Making
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
MERCY HOSPITAL, CHICAGO,
11 p.m., October 15. (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) Tho
second X-ray plcturo taken to
locato tho bullet in Colonel
Hoosovclt's sldo has been developed
and has proved successful.
It shows tlio bullet is firmly
wcdRcd against tho fourth rib
on tho right side. Tho bullet is
in a harmless position and will
not bo removed unless it irritates
tho flesh surrounding it. It
will bo at least four and probably
six days before this can bo
Colonel Roosevelt is now
Bleeping quietly and apparently
Dr Federal Wlrtleu Telsrph.)
CHICAGO, October 1!5. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The special train
boaring Col. Theodore Roosevelt, who
was shot in Milwaukee. Inst night, arrived
hero nt three-thirty this morning.
Tlio train was sidetracked, colonel
sleeping until six o'clock, when he wns
awakened and taken to tho Mercy Hospital.
llo reached tlicro at six-fifteen
o'clock, accompanied by his cousin,
Philip Roosevelt, Secretary McGrath
and several physicians.
Colonel Roosovclt wns tnken into tho
operating room nt seven-thirty o'clock,
where ho was examined by Drs. John
P.. Murphy and A. J. Ochsncr. Later
Doctor Murphy iBsuod the following
Locato Courso of Bullet.
"We have located the exact courso
of tho bullet, nnd have definitely determined
that it did not touch a vitnl
spot. Colvuel Hoosovelt 's life ie not
In any danger. "
The colonel to two X-ray
examinations. As tho physician worked,
the colonel laughed and joked.
"Carrying that speech in your
"bockctj" Doctor Ochsner remarked,
"was tho luckiest thing you over did."
Colonel Roosevelt laughed.
"That speech would stop moro than
(V bullet," answered tho colonel; "it
was a great speech."
"That bullet," broko in Doctor Murphy,
"camo very nearly getting you."
"Not on your life!" responded
Hoosovelt. "Not a little bullet
liko that; it takes a bigger caliber lead
than that to get mo. It would tnko n
Howitzer to kill a Bull Mooso, didn't
you know thntl"
Tho colonel insisted ho was feeling
"I will tio out in twenty-four hours
campaigning again, if thoy will let mo
havo my way. I feel great and I could
deliver n speech right now, if tho doctors
would let mo get up."
Bulletins by Physicians.
Physicians nttonding on Colonel
Theodore Hoosovelt issued tlio following
statement of his condition in tho
Mercy Hospital at 10:30 o'clock today:
"'I'horo is n dcen bullet wound in
Colonel Hoosovelt'!. chest wall, but tlio
bullet struck no vital organ in transit.
Tho wound has not been probed. Tho
bullet's point of entry was one inch
to the right and ono inch below tho
level of tho right nipple. Tho bullet
ranged upwaTd and inwardly for four
inches into tho chest wall. Tlicro is
no evidence thnt it ponetrated tho lung.
"Colonel Itoosevolt's pulse nt this
hour is 00 2-10; his respiration, 20.
No operation to remove the bullet is
intended nt tho present time. Colonel
Roosevelt's condition is hopeful, but
tho wou'ml is so important Us to demand
absolute rest for a number of
(Signed) "JOHN n. MURPHY,
"It. O. SAYLK,
This afternoon tho physicians issued
n statement that Colonel Roosevelt's
temperature was OS.S, Ids pulse 02 and
his respiration normal. The bulletin
"Absolute quiet js what tho patient
needs. His injury is serious and not
a mere flesh wound."
Was Harrow Escape.
CHICAGO. October 15. 'Hv Assn.
elated Press Cnble) Tlio tests
mnuo on i oionel Hoosevelt touay show
that he hud a miraculous escape from
death, Tho passage of the bullet has
been clearly defined ns following a
courie in the body just above the liver,
nud less than au inch below the lower
lino of tho lungs. If tho bullet had
ponetrated either tho liver or lungs it
would have probably proved fatal.
The Colonel slept kouadlv lor an i'.our
during tlio afturuoon, and later had a
nubntuntiiil lunch of ljris.1 ami uiilk. lit
utiprnrg quite cheerful over the
ion mid u t'outniuullv UitltitiK with
his Hurst' No SMiiptoms of relHiwe
Telegrams of Hyinpithy.
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uftvnioou Iwued bulletin sUtiug:
"II fiultist Mr, lloomnelt (, ,rlu)i.
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Telecrnms of sympathy aro nourinn
in from all over tho world, from tlm
heads of governments nnd from
dreds of private citizens. One man is
kept busy receiving nnd filing those
nitssages nuil nusHoring tlio i.iore im
Colonel Is "Shot Again. i
As tho colonel descended from his
antoiiiobilo late last night nnd walked
toward tho hospitnl whoro ho wns to
Turkish town of Tushi surrendered to
tlio Montenegrins yestorday nfternoon.
Tiiis opens tlio way to Scutnri, where
Turkish forces rfro said to bo
ami on which tlio Montenegrin
troops aro advancing,
Alter a heavy comunrdment, the Mon-
teucgtin infantry prepared to assault
lu'ilii..shi under cover of tho artillery
A Turkish olllccr bearing a white Jlj;:
appeared and unconditionally siirruud
wed thu gariison to Crown I'rinco Da
Lie cared lor ami the examination uilo.
made, a photographer oxplodcd a flash- Several guns, wcro found in tho do
light just in front of him, endeavoring, fpiiscn. Tho works aro nil Lndly dam
to get a picture. "Goshl Shot ngninl ", nged by tho Montenegrin fire. The
exclaimed tl.o colonel. included eight machine guns and
Colonel Itoosevolt's secretaries tliisftl'VL'1! thousand Mauser rifles. The
morning announced thnt ho will j ' nrkisli garrison numbered 3000
his scheduled campaign speeches
and the probabilities nro that lie will King Raises the Flag,
retr.rn to Ovstor Ilnv for n rest as soon' 'Hv Fnlirol Wlrrl, T.iirriinh.i
as it is definitely known thnt no com-1
inn. minis jrom ine uuiiei wouiu set in. i
MADISON, Wisconsin, October 15.
CCTTINJK, Montenegro, October 13.lJnct Briton, both of Chicago, have
Uy jspociiie! unniej isenatori ;u msiu. jvmg ixicnoias, woo i
It. M. I.aPollctte today telegraphed his had been watching tho engagement, en
profound sympathy for Colonel the ifort and hoisted the
MIIAVAUKEE. "Wisconsin. October' 'rl' total losses on both sideB aro
15. (Hy Associated Press Cnblo)
John Schrcnk, tho crazed lanndryman .
who shot lioosevclt, wns arraigned hero
toddy on n cluirgo of attempted murder.
lie jijenuca guilty,
ramily Starts for Bedside.
(By Federal Wlrtleu Telntrnph.)
NEW YORK, October 15. (Speclnl
to The Advertiser) "I nm shocked nt
tho. CiOcnrrimce but nevertheless
" said Mrs. Hoosovelt, as she and
her daughter, Ethel, and son, Theodore
Hooscvolt, started for Chicago to bo at
the bedside of Colonel Roosovelt. "Tho
latest word from my husband that ho
is in no danger has greatly allayed my
fears. I want him brought to our homo
in Oyster Bay," continued Mrs.
Taft Expresses Horror.
(Ilv Feilernl WireleM Trleersph.)
NEW YOHK, October 15. (Special
to The Advertiser) President Tnft is
sued a statement on board tho Mavflow
or this nfternoon relative to the
ing of Colonel Hoosevelt.
"I cannot ittiholtl my expression of
horror," ho snid, "nt tho act of tho
maniac who attempted to assassinate
Bclioved Rpcsovelt a Menace,
1 My Feilernl Wlrelesi Telecrnph )
NEW YORK. Octobor 15. (Snecial
to 'Tho Advertiser' Acnimintnncns
here of John Schrnnke, who last night
llllVllll'HII LU (lOtlOOl UtllU UUIUIIU1 IIUUSL'1
volt in Milwaukee, wcro not surprised ,
today to learn of tho nttack. Schranko,
tliey say, liad ottcn declared Colonel
Hoosevelt wns America's irrcatcst men
ace, but indlcnted no intention of slny.
ing tho former President. Tlio
assassin was considered weak-minded.
NEW YORK, October 15.- iun:ujiiit unn.!nl
to 1110 Advertiser) d'residcnt 'iatt to-
ilny reviewed in tlio JSorth Kivor tlio
greatest assemblage of American war-
ships ever gathered together in Anier
lean waters, tho long column extending
from Tweiityyfourth street to Yonkers,
or fifteen miles, fivo miles of which
wcro of battleships alone.
The reserve battleship fleet under
comuinnd ot Hoar-Admiral Austin M.
Knight, headed the line, tho flagship
Tennessee being followed by the Montana,
Indiana, Iowa, Kentucy1, Maine,
W iseonsin, ltirmlngham nnd Chester.
The nctivo fleet in two columns lay
bcliiud the reserve fleet and wns direct
ly under the eyo of the Commander-in-Chief
of tlio Atlantic fleet,
Huco Oiterhuns, who wns on his
llngshlp, the Wyoming. Tho columns of
nattlesiiips, n greater nunilier than wore
ever assembled in American wntors,
made tlio four dlvisioas of this lleet,
anchori'd in tlio following order:
First Division Florida, flagship of
Itcar.Admiral llrndloy A. Piskc,
Delaware, Michigan, North
1111K0111, nun man.
Second Division Louisiana, flngshlp
ut Nutlinuiel It. Usher,
cniMimnilingi Kansas, South Carolina,
Third Division New .Tersey, flagship
of Hear Admiral ('. McK. Wiuslow,
Rhode Island, Georgia,
l'ourtli Divitlnu MUeouri, flagship
of P. rietohor,
I'omii'undiug; AUbaiua, MiuiiOMta,
Idaho, and Ohio,
Tlif rruitr nnd tpo ImimIs
lav ut Hiirhor further up tlio ttriuiiu,
while run 1, 1 11 jf purullel to the nun of
bHltliiiiliiit Hum the torpedo boat nud
Vwlwrdity thi grtit Hunt whV review
id ly Huetvlury of the Kavy M.ver.
(Hr fl.l WlieJ.i. Tl(rpli ',
I'olKUilHT.A, Munti'iiiro. Oetolmi
1 '1 (wuul to Tim
EOOSEVELT AND IHS FAMILY AT
(special to Tlio Advertiser) It is of'
ncially iinnounceil that 3G00 Turks wore
Rlve" omemlly as 1-142 killed or wound
Clli of winch 050 were Turkish soldiers,
Scnds News of Victory.
(Uy Fcdernl Wireless Tflecrnph.) j
HEIUELUEHd, Germany, October 15.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) A great
Montenegrin victory over the Turkish
troops waa announced today by Prince
Pi'tor of Montenegro, in a telegram to
Ills former tutor ncrc. The dispatch
wns worded i
"Glorious victory, Ten thousand
Turks with nrtillory captured. ''
it was timed 2:58 this morning.
Turkey Means Real War.
(lly t'tdiTM wnele.. leiegrapn.)
PA1US, October 15. (Special to Tho
dvertiser) Ollicjnl confirmatie that
Ottoman troops hnve firnaAil tho Ser
vian liontier 'reached the foreign office
tins evening from the Trench minister
'"Skiing forces numbered, i
MOO. They advanced to the neighbor-
? vL;?? ?, l.n SI
hood or itistovntz nnd ftad a unor ea-
gngement with tho Servians, in which
twenty tour Servians wcro killed. I
Turkey has thus nceeptcd tlio sum
inoiM to demobilize, launched yesterday
by tho. Allied Balkan Mountain St atcs
aa eqvnloi.t 0 n dcehiratiou ot war.
Recalls Ministers. !
euAOiAiMiuiii, iiiritey, uciu
bar Associatcd.Press Cable)-
Tho Porte has recalled
Alliens, toona anu iieigraue, inus
,,... . .
" J ' "! .....w..w
Bulgaria and Servin.
(Dy Federal Wireless Tclecrapb.)
PORTLAND, Oregon, October 15.
Sneelal to Tho Advertiser SneakinB
nt a banquet in his honor tendered by
the Portland Chnmbor of Commorco .
tliin nvnnlnir. Mni..nnn. T.nnnnril S.
.-'-"J- .V.. I
wood, chiot of stall, U.S.A., told Lis
i,curorB to disabuso thomsolvcs of tlio
1.1 ti,nt thoro is nnv nlan on foot
to build up in this country a great I
wo aro trying to unng nuout
businesslike administration of tho
army,"- ho snid.
In telling of tho plans of the war
department, General wood said tho proposal
is to break up some of tho smaller
army posts which havo outgrown their
usefulness nud to distribute tho army
on the coasts and frontiers and throughout
tho Mississippi Valloy.
New Jersey, October
10. (Hy Associated Press Cable)
tiovcruor Wilson late yesterdny made
the announcement that in view of tho
condition of Colonel Hodscvelt ho would
cancel all campaign engagements pending
the recovery of tho Colonel, except
tlioso tor 'J liursdny and lnday, which
cannot now be avoided.
I.ntb Coast nows, received hero mentions
tho death of Dr. Georgo W. Raymond
in San Francisco, October 2. Ho
wns well-known horo nnd had, up to a
short timo ago nnd baforo his removal
to Ban Francisco, hit ofllco in tho Love
building, Ho was a dentist by profession.
Doctor Hnymbnd wns a great baseball
fan nnd rarely missed a game at
Athletic Park. Often ho would be thn
center of n coterie of fans nnd his
commentary on tlio game boing
plnviM nt the time wns nltyayt inter-outing
and dretv to his ildo'mnny poo
pin of n Sunday afternoon.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, OotqVcr 13
By AWWtHtod Pruts Cable) CIibiIm
Drown, n ltfndliii: ltoosevalt tunnorinr
of thU ally nnd prominent in the Ohio.
nun Aiuuto muvuuieut, wan that horo
this inouiiiitt hv 11 iuimtlt, who made
his itMnpo in the eruwd. llruwu will
JURY IS COMPLETED.
SALEM, Massachusetts, October 15.
(By Associated Pross Cablo) Tho
jury that will try tho socallcd Workers
of tlio World cases liore, including those
of Ettor nnd Uiovnnitti, charged with
killing a woman during tlio Lawrence
strike, has been completed.
(By Federal Wireless TelcCTnph. )
OUCHY, Switzerland, October o.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser)' A prelim
inary pcaco treaty between Turkey nnd
Italy was signed today by tho delegates
of thu two conntrios.
ARE MATCHED TO FIGHT.
(Ily K.ilirul WinloRs )
NEW YOHK, October
to Tho Advertiser) Announcement is
made here that Packy Macfariand and
"lu" "'"lt"t io incei ni Aiauison
"i'"" """'"i uvemuer 11.
GO THIS SON
of Latfe Judge Hartwell
Almost on the anniver.
sary of tho .. year in which ho . was bat-
tin f .,. :, 7."
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tautry tho Fifty fifth Massachusetts
llrP(1 fnr ftl"""'T' . - years, l,", ho. "VT wish-
Pl1 t ,-, r.,.. Atl..
mi,:. will ., . ,1
was offered for probato in
."!.., 1 Mr.:i.. , ,. i., .1 .
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on &,,,, of A w; rr
and A. r. luild, sons-in-law, were both
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dcllt,tv otfie ," : nf 1 ? u?n ZA7
wl" exc.cu;1 Ai,ril - 1912
;,; tIle ,)rosenco of jr;83 jC , jc
and .lames lliompson. both of whom
were then connected with the supreme
court in tho capacity of stenographer
and chief elerk, respectively. In this
will he named Charles Atherton Hart
well and A. W. Carter ns executors to
servo without bond. Tlio will set forth
that tho homestead premises on tho
lUOIlkll fido of J mill
, ... .. . '. -I '
were uequcnincu to 111s uaugnters Uor
othy u.id Ilernieo, together with nil
goods and chattels, "excent the oil nor
traits, military nnd civil commissions,
sabers, sword belt, sashes and books on
b'i"mij wiuca 1. give 10 my
Under the provisions of tho will all
the furniture nud chattels of his house
in South Nntick. Massachusetts, were
left to Charles. To his daughter Edith
he left the cemetery plot ia Nuuanu
cemetery. AH other property, nfter hlsi
just debts were paid, is given share and
share alike to Ills children.
Judge Whitney, after reading n pri
.vato letter to Mr. Judd, appointed A.
W. Carter as executor of tho estate,
and ho was instructed to filo nn estate
inventory within thirty days. The judge'
also appointed A. F. Judd, Sherwood
Lowrey nnd John Marcnllino as
A GOOD lUTLE.
Mnko it a rulo of your borne to keep
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea ltomody ns a safeguard
against bowel complaints. For snlo by
Hunstfn, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for
Lady Now, Mary, 1 want you to bo
extremely careful. This chinn has been
in 'tno ininiiy for two Hundred years,
Mary Don't worry, mum. I won't
tell n soul, and it looks as good as now,
TO CUHE A COLD IK OIIEDAY
Ttike Loxativo IJromu 0mint
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fniU to cure,
li W. Grove's Bljjnnturo ia on
".. ,'iUlNBro ki 4M 1 m t
Illr t,!ernl WlrHm T,1erph.)
HOSTOX. (Vtolmr If. ,.l,,l in
The Advertiser) "Smokeless" doe
Wood, Huston's premier pltehcr, was
jolted off the rubber in the flrt inning
ui iuuy gnuir, wnen 1 110 uinnts
his nlTerllll,ft frp 1,It.
ing a total of six runs. His rout wiif
moro convincing than that or "llnek"
O'Hricn yesterday, nnd gnvo tho Mc
PfPU its flttf In.tA rxf !. rt ..In.....
which wns to follow.
Chnrley Hull, of Snntn Cruz, Cnllfor
nia, succeeded the speed iiinrvfl in the
fOCO'ld. but till' Vtaltnro nntlnim.l I..
pummel the Hosfou hurtler and ran the
.tint ,m tn on........ 1 .l.lf.f 1 l..llf
i.r., u. u cu.v.ui uuuiiiuimi tunics.
"Larry" Doyle, captain of tho Giants,
orovc a lnni? hnmnr tlmt ..nrml ,, .......
nnd "Dig uhlof" Movers starred for
1110 .wants witu lour lilts. "Hlg .lelr"
Tesrenn wns rlontpil nt. l..,l
with tho tremendous lend given him by
his lie couldn't very well
lose out. -
fnr thn IJn.l Cv n.l.ln.l n
homo-run sin in In liia lntlnr.
record. Tlare w'ero several good field-.
ing stunts, nut tne giinc wns essentially
n slugfest from beginning to end.
Everything now center on the final
name tomorrow, with Mnthewson nnd
Wood fnvored as tho opposing twirlcrs
in tho final gamo
RTfl .TPTT1 TT'OWCTATT
The Ozark Bear JIuntorn who pitched
tho Giants to victory yesterday and
Wilms mo worm s series tnroo;nu.
New York Devoro. rf: Doric. 2b:
Snodgrass.fcf; Murray, if; Mcrklo, lb;
Herzog, 3b; Meyers, c; Fletcher, ss;
Tesrcau, p; Wilson, c.
Boston Hooper, rf; Yorkcs, 2b;
Speaker, ef; Lewis, If; Stahl, lb; Gardner,
3b; Cady, c; Wagner, ss; .Wood,
p; Hall, p.
score by innings:
New York 0 1000210 111
Boston 0 10000210 4
New York 1G hits nnd 4 errors; Boston,
9 hits and 5 errors.
Batteries For Boston, Wood, Hall
and Cady. For New York, Tesrcnu,
Meyers nnd Wilson.
T I l t t f t i t t T T f t l p p ?(C 5C SC rJC JC 5C 5p 5p
aHlf " lB
President 01 the National League.
Fair sized crowds turned out to hear
the Democratic spellbinders ut thoir
two city meetings last night, one nt the
corner of Llllha nud School streets and
the other nt Atkinson Bark, Kakaako.
Tho orators were divided into two
groups, and they alternated between
the high and low levels. Among the
speakers were Wirtr, Jarrett, Light
foot, Itvan, McC'lellau, I'lemmcr, Har-deity,
l'nciieco, I'etrie, Cooke, luukca,
Fern, McCarthy, nuhulepiina, Dose,
Marklmiii, Wolters and the nominees
for tho liouso from the two districts.
A woman's suffrage quintet club did
the musical honors nt the
meeting, whilo 11 violin, not iu tho best
of tune, hut iu hooping with the mir
louiidiiigs, furnished to the Kn
knkno cud of the pow vur.
The spoivhos ruugod from good to
bud nud iiulilTvri'iit nud talk on
inomiiltoes nud other K'tty
lii' were lujlulged in by the
Tho Nupervisnrlitl euiidlilutm itart o(T
nl"v mi a thru' iluys' tmir of the It
Iltcausc n candidate's party
had not been written across tho
fnee of his nomination pnpers mailed to
tho secretary of tho territory, is no
rcniian why the uominntioii paper nro
not vnlid, is in substniico tho opinion
rcudermt by Lindsay
yteiduy to Secretary Mott Smith.
"It is not fntal to his nomination,"
n th atlorncvgeiier.il, "If tin,
Litis nt the time of flling his
ncininntion papers to state his party
nl.Ji.ition, nnd he may do so
and by separate letter of later
iltilc thin of placing his uoiuinatiou
papers in your ofliee."
When several nomination papers from
the other islands ronched Secretary
minus the party alllliation
of the nominees, tho secretary interpreted
the law ngainst the candidate's
being accented. He sought nn
opinion from tho attorney general, who
interprets tho law differently, and
that his opinion will bo sustained
in tho courts if it over gets thore.
Democrats and Republicans nliko failed
to place the names of their parties on
their papers, and it would havo been
half u dozen of ono nnd six of another
had papers been rejected on this ground.
Attorney-General Lindsay stntcs tho
situation in his opinion as follows:
Decision on Protest.
"I have the honor to ncknowlcdgo
receipt ot yours of 14th inst., requesting
my. opinion on certain tacts hereinafter
stated, together with u protest
dated October 12, 1912, from M. O.
chairman Democratic Territorial
' entral Committee, nnd u citizen and
taxpayer of tho Territory of Hawaii,
against placing the names of II. A.
IJaldwm as n candidate for senator and
of John Wilcox, Edward Waiuholo, P.
1. Goodness, A. F. Tnvares, Charles
nnd George P. Copito ns candidates
for representatives on the official
ballot for the coming elections, 'on tho
ground thnt said candidates havo not
led tlleir nomination papers in accordance
with Act 67 of tho Session Jjaws
"Tho facts submitted to ine nro sub
stantially as follows: The nomination
papers in question reached you through
tho mails on October 5, and wcro accom
panied by a letter addressed to you by
ono S. E. Kalama (Republican campaign
manager), dated Makawao, Jlaui, Oc
tober 4, 1912. These papers a,ppenr to
oe" regular on their face, i.e., thoy woro
signed by at least duly
qualified electors of the district in
which tho candidates propose to stand
for election, thoy wero deposited with
you within tho time proscribed by law,
nnd each nomination was accompanied
by a doposit of dollars.
None of tho candidates stated by what
political party .thoy had been nominated
or what they party affiliations were.
"On account of yonr not being furnished
with information regarding
which political party had nominated
these candidates, or whether thoy woro
non-partisan, you rofuscd to nccept the
nominations for filing, and wirolcsscd
to each of tho candidates asking thom
to furnish you with this irifonnntion,
and referring thorn to Act 67, Session
Laws 1911. Tho following day you received
tho following wireless messago
from Wailuku. Maui:
" 'Nominated by Republican party
stato in nomination pnpers Baldwin,
Goodness, Makokau, Tnvares, Waiaholo,
"Candidate G. P, Cooko was in Honolulu
nt this timo nnd on October C
"lined nt your oflico and wroto "Republican
Party" plainly across his
p'apers. Clearly, in his case,
therefore, thero enn bo no doubt that
ho has made tho stntcment required by
Act C7, Session Laws 1911, aad your
duty to place his name on tho official
ballot is obvious.
Protest Not Sustained.
"Tho protest of Mr. Pachcco is 'for
tho reason that Baid candidates have not
Sled nomination papers for the respective
offices of sonator and representatives
in accordance with Act 07 of tho
Sesfion Laws of 1911 of tho Torritory
"Act 07 of the Session Laws of 1911,
which amends section 09 of the Rovised
Laws of Hawaii, docs not prescribe
by which nominations of candidates
to tho legislature shall bo made,
nor attempt to state what nomination
papers shall contain. Such method is
prescribed bjr section 31 Revised Laws.
Hy the provisions of section 31, when
not less than duly qualified
electors have nominated and requested
n candidate in writing to run for tho
legislature, nnd such nomination is deposited
with tho secretary within tho
Mine prescribed together with the required
deposit, it bocomes the duty of
the secretary to receive such nomination
and place it on file.
"Beforo the eloctlon the secretary
is required by law at public exponso to
priut the necessary ballots and section
09 of the Revised Laws, as amended by
Act 07 of tho .Session Laws of 1911, proscribes
whnt the secretary shall print
on such ballots, viz.: tho namo or nameu
of the person or persons to bo voted
for, the office or offices for and the district
in which tho election is being hold,
nnd the term or terms of the respective
offices being voted forj 'and such candidate
shall, at the time of filing his
nomination papers, stato by what political
party he is nominated or his
as tlio case muv be, in order
that such party affiliation or
may be printed on tlio ballot
in fiont of the name of such candidate.'
"Tho purposu, then, of section 0!) in
not to prescribe the method by which
uomiuntioiiH 11 re .to be made; it purpose
ik to uulde'thp Secretary in making ui
tho offirlal ballot, and while bv Art 07
the rundidato is required, nt thu timo
his iiouiiiiutlun is filed, to state bv what
polltlrjil party ho is nominated, tins Iimk
nothing to dn with the uii'tliod m uhicli
he thall be nominated or what his 110m
tuition imparl Mint I rout mi Hu. 1, rn
'itiriMiipi't, ill tuy opinio", it simply dl