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It was in the na and is I ture cf an experiment Now, It has with el; passed that stage. U ls a tested and fixed success, just as is His Honor,. V - M t-il:!r no cuar.ecs I c .'1 t:Tcry F-rs II- t flcat to hin v,l'Jx the Yule t::?. -TLcy'31 do fcr pclitlcal purposes; Lut rover for- personal consumption. "It's fllnjj'to be a success," he-re-peatc'I. Tveirbody will dance this year. ; There is no tjuestion about Its euccc rs. 1 enly wish Governor Pink ham ccvld be hereto get ia. on the grar.J r..a.rch." : t TLe uninitiated may not Itnow tho 'full r.erits cf His Honor's ball, or its histcrj-. And therefore the mayor la prcclainaias yesterday the second: an ntal hop, asked that something 1; be written to let the people know how it cnie to pass that he . cave his first ball, and hpw it happens that now he. i UibilUllLla 4-:Li UuiFJi SEtS? IslfellllJEi i.y I :ESUGAR (Continued from page ohe) ;' CITY EMPLOYES WILL HAVE fE7 YEAR MQNEY By agreeing to meet next ;Tnesday noon, the supervisors' gave assurance to the employes of the city and county that they will receive their, money ' in time for" the celebration .; of ..New Year's ; eve, particularly tor the cele b ration of and the participation in Stayoh J.. J. Fern's ball, which is A to take place oa Bishop street the : last evening of the month. iThis will make the third time the city , fathers : have ftRnlallT A AKSArahlrt trt ' titi (hmnrh is abcut to give hlseccnd one. .Thejthe payrolls that the: laborers could merits speak for themselvev 1 ret .their monev in time fori, holldav. : Last year the mayor's first balj . was gite a, and according to ' inside ? ac r6unta it' was a Tippin' -used flgura tiveJy--success. ;. Hls Honor" did ; n indiviiual jcrand march, and as he cir cled 4 arennd, .withi the smoker of a tjonfesi ed Manila cigar " la his -wakQ, he was applauded loudly by many wiro dectr'-d ;hls representation of a-1 ccmotive. was. perfect, " This yean however, he has a different conception rf a: crand " marrh.- and iru line : .with mis new conception be, Ms asked mat j The'-lirst was for. Thanksgiving, . the secoh4 for Christmas, which meeting ; was held yesterday, and now the third wyi be?Tesday,- . :'', r ; The 'Vlammer and Hammering; ', Johnnl4.: rushed ,;iato t the dining; room, his .voice lifted to a long, qua, verlns' wait - He,-Jwas giving a star, exhibition itif the art of separating.!' himself from tearsand trills; ..-".- both fists 'from Johnnie W removed r unr. k ey, an4:xplalned .moumfully: - m arch. certainly ; - But who ; wtl! tc company him t TGuesa. Thd. fnys riotis Jady In black?.VIaybe pstal this time HisHonbtOs 'o saying? , So if ; you . are a ? oeautlfuU dancer,: a ; beautiful looker, and long for the Tsmil- sadera to : everybody from the dent down ; is . annexed : ;K "Editorial frbm Johnstown? (PaJ "vr Leader of November 19. 1D12. V President Wiiscn Should i Throw K J: .These ,CrininaIs tnto Jail y- . The innate, cussedncss and pet yv Verse wickedness , of human nature "Is again revealed ia the following 5 dispatch . of the Associated Press Chicago, Novl j 17-The annual v i; meeting of beet sugar,. manufac : i turers--was: held here today and--: " new officers elected for .1914t Next v " year's crop wUl he: the; last t63e" J irarketed, it was saicU:. a3 h'ee t f.r gar, will be unable to compete Mth .? iree cane sugar aiier in.' une hundred million dollars invested ia y beet sugar factories, according- to one delegate, will be forced to find new. employment within a year;f a President Wilson,4 Secretary. Bry an, and the balance of them should ! Jose ' no time la , bringing these r.beet sugary criminals . to justice. a Erly la - the:, present game 4t .was , announced that. any manufacturer who went cut of business or cut . wages and pretended that it was on account of the tariff legislation, might expect to. be' laaded la jaiL What business had any owser of ra industry to pretend that., he knew more about-he effects of the tarfff ,o 'that industry than' ' Prof. WU6a? Clearly none at all. And if any such undertook to pre tend that they didwhy, they could "see how they looked lying in jail,' that's all - . , The case of the, beet sugar peo-' pie is a good one of .which to make R t-sss ie "X ;x m sis g::T::?-'5;:'iy? S vtCHRisTMAiS -GREETlridS X :j VTh' .top : o the' mornin to ''7ou,?ays :y?yli'-y$ hA&z&'&i X Aa. f ; rest :;oV the fi day to 5:.-.: :you,T:TeplIes7MIkei?M MAYOR FERfJ SENDS i v; SALUTATIOFJS TO . ; ULES CHiiJIiHS lEFEIiSEDl iy. ' IfJSlIOlIlE SllSiiSH 0 ST-P 1 ! ? W Ipnila ri" Committee . . An- iayor j.srern is;ioaay senamg huuiiuco if 111 ouuuui cuuuco- out Christmas' and ' New Year's greet ings to his host of -friends' in 5 the y P.; city.. . On beautiful . little0 folded T' U card. ' wlth tht" Eold seal of ths nwn??. lions to Precinct Clubs 3 Soon -h? j w r r I t f n ca - t Prnwiaal nun iwnmircnnsttnna fnr the season to his - friends with these Ajiangea In the Republican party yules ty'i- be ready to goutpreciuct k uZL;' rr.-r:"; "rr:: , caV wttwa'a few days, said .Chalr ; "Tf maa Robert W; Shingle of t he terrl- .-' ' !' ' av4i .A.n.,.i y.-.ttt.. tCtJ Christmas- greetings ; and wishes, fof'a, happy New Year. tortal central! committee this morning. r. 40SIH,Jt.FERN. r.Thls is ihe result" ofa Jmgeting,o); K ,r..u. f held" in the a CamobellJf huildmz'tliit .7wSB? - i eveningrItVas the first mcetingy of i SeSeta (5anSS has announcedfbo tuli. committee and good progress a,W?Sft iSILifr? 3 "a made: iin , drafting proposed Sfef STS later to be auh jor-general Leonard Wood as cWefiOf;, .,; ' . vt- .u staff of the army at the expiratioa of 2".kf,cl.w r;-" " General Wood's four-year detail, April t".. v -" 22 ;next Secretary Garrisoa said he 'Another meeting of . the specLU felt" obliged to1 make this announce- " xttdnt' ment to -contradict- press statements ?JcmbfrJ l 7Wch, co' to the effect that, he would avaU hlme' teuort wjii be UrmuUMd andthe self of certain provisions In the- law parlous changes Tnade the subject, of whereby General Wood's tentf would -5B?7daSf . e be extended. He branded-all such re. VW mmediately and copies sent ports: aa absomteiytalae. out to all the precinct clubs ho na -At the same'time Secretary Garri-1 fs fac.fHs -Pflb l7' son let lite known that he alone wili ;lze themselves with-wbat ctange s re 8elect-th officer who is to serve as , his Intimate and confidential adviser. made necessary to conform with the r rr.. w lv of the new direct primary wwutu .vusiuki J law ait. impertinence,'' he said, "for a man 1 " te tell me whom I was to marry or I " was deciueu last night H at non wbo I was to invite to my dinner table Inations for the delegates to tb rules as for any one to tell me who should ' convention should be made on Mun be chief 'of staff. That officer Is the February 2. the delegate should Hro n.nni)i advinpr nf Mia rmtr. he elected on Saturday, February t. Pans wiift "nut' 6n thft hnr norrh nafflng owa. plani;- aaFhe had af an example., Theyhave eome. Ugfianfmer'an-lawt1iL'tift :iuuamer.t- nu"ure" """Z 1 , TheK he xulaed" the nail, and ; hit his; fs invested fn the factories, thumb r' - -'' - ' ' j practically all cf it In machinery 4fThenhat are you crying about r. hich is good for no other pur- t M r. - A.1 Ad V. . . kskcq , moiuer. - vvny ; aon t you 'tary cf wr and must be person.! grata to him J will consider unfit any man wbo- "had his riends working in his behalf to secure the place. That of itself shows him unfit. There is only' one man Jn the United States who can , influence my iudgment in any way, and fie Is Woodrow Wilson." , t thus: -TI dldv-Popular M agaz tne. ine society cf-the i mayor," jtm should .laugh? - : 1 send; In- ycuryname at -oace.; iyinc j Thea johanle toM the whole story UUU JCI UJUWI.U . W UUilS JVII flA UW partner fcr the grand march. : - - ' Last 'year It was the mayor's ball, given- uoder tbe; direction and encour ageaanl:'of ;the . Merchants- Associa ticn, but not so' this time. His Honor has disposed -of ,such a division of glory, and . po New ! Yirs veT the cheers and, congratulations will fall to the iaypr aloner 4 What is' the use of letting the Merchants Associatloa har dest half; thecredtt, asks His Honor I 1 Dance thse witehUig, lovely stent at the Elks Charity Ball and incf-; cental ty help many deserving person to whom will go the proceeds of the Ball. . , :-r'-f.; MX. " ; ." -; Old Partyv-Do you stop at the Sa voy, my .good man? Bus Conductor WhaC- me.' ladyon 30 bob a week! pose. . Tney say tney wui una u Impossible' after the next crop to compete with the cane sugar im ported ny the sugar trust, so thev will have to scrap their hundred mtirous worth of machinery and go into some other line of indus try. The 40.000 farmers who have been growing sugar beets, at a fair profit will also go to doin? something else. Perhaps a few weeks in jail wouldn't hurt them either. We certainly trust Pro. Wilson will lose no time In going after pnd the convention, as .ilrer.dy an rouaced, be held on February 24 in Honolulu. Delegate will be present irom all over the tenitory. Chairman Shingle said tlm mornin? that no answer has yet beei. received to the cablegrams sent from here to mainland i-ep'jlican Iea-ler3 protest ing against the decision cf tb na tional committee to cut 'ff Hawaii's voting representation at national con ff':M ' His Oblect. , up the dumbwaiter shaft "Why do vent Ions- He is inclined & think that you play that one record over and aska may have suffers a like fate, ovpi again without a change?" f tn which case the action of the na- "Because Pehnypincher angrily tional committee would Mentfy not shouted down, " I hate the darn thing. ' be directed against Hawaii particu and I want to wear it out. so I can larly. throw it away." Judge. An Intelligent Animal. Xfri Casey Phwat's the matter? Daughter Th' puppy puJIed me new bonnet all to pieces! MrJ Casey Th' divil! He must thtnltfhe's a customs inspector." Special music and lots of it will be heard at the Elks' Charity Ball on New Years' Eve. About the time we escape from the oiH nedaroCTie and his birch rod along 'comes experience with a big stick. LADIESPUMPS Some exceptional values .here, received ex J.urline, just jn time for Christmas festivities., y We offer them in ; - v PATENT CALF BLACK SATiN ' ( GUN METAL CALF WHITE CANVAS f S3.50 Mclnerny Shoe Store -A-yyy? A:: FORT ABOVE KING STREET. - -A -MMK ISLAND AND MAINLA M2 MlrLat YV7 URICEYS FAT AND TENDER. E HOP & COMPANY Tel, 3451 . . . . '. -. A .i- -:- : Hj :ru''