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Reputlicass tad trD Democrats. ' All
cf . these flTe r.e---tiieczs tad, two
thousand voUa or tetter.-- " :;'
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received re z.i follows:
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f . . v:3 tcv:rCTca danzcrcus.
I.::r-'s itrcrrth v-c3 cenciurive. He
r: 1 .'. ' 1 frcn tL3 start. L:;htfoct
r rr i:!:d, la Democratic. Lead
r ri::3 t.rrtiy .ft:r S-o'c'.och, that
.-w.t ll.w. vi
: 1 to tzh3 up the "work of nea
13 : r3 c:":i to jiht la th rsnl3 cf
2 Vai: -1 Ci:.ic3 errty has tt:a t2
- - ty t: 3 I':.t:3 EI .rated Ccnr:as.y,
vh'.:h c:;r:i:3 til tha Etreet'cars,
ciivatcd.tad t -Sways cf-the -city.
Mere thaa 15C0 wc:a to "Ei&a" the
ccmrtry's'cars ard reriace the xao-
tcrr.:n ard ccn2":tcrs : ciisie ior
IS. . , TWO
aaaounce
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v''-rr t;v"L: uum.
ly the ec-iraay 3
ttcrt3
that they Lave arrarzed to : ?Joy
v.c:t:a to run elevators, tecone floor
vaihers and do other work now per
form: 3 ty mca.cf railltary ase. I -
he was tcitea. Erowa carried every
prccirct, cvea these where ccst of
the yc tins was cverwhelaalnsly Demo
cratic - "; . " ': ' - ', J'? r.
Eaiy hi 'r'uttlasn-Victories - ' ' v "?
la th3 races fcr treasurer and cl art,
tha n:putlican candidate,' .-Ccakllns
and Kalauckalanl, had "easy pickings.,"
They wca with significant ease' and
t-cth were 'elected outright; evea be
fore the countins was finished. K&lau
chalani set mere than four times as
cany vctes as Driht, Democrat. Asch,
ti.e Democratic candidate. for treas
urer, did much tetter but he, too, was
runnizs against a man who tad Eivca
Eatisfactioa la-office, and the voters
triumthantly returned the officehold
ers who tave tcca gatiaf actcry. ; .
rea II::iir-:r (Re?.) 2223.--
c: - : 3 :r. Arr-ail (Re?.) c:3. ;v
X,. IL ::cCl:::aa (Dcm.) 2114. V i
I - -7 retri3 (Dca.) 2423. ;
.V.'i'.. ti Ahll (Ren.) 375. . .
- Ch ;: :3 IL Eellina (Rep.) 2C03. ,
Cf c urse,, 3vea zaea- were 'nom
inal:: ca each ticket, but the sixain
cant t'- '.7 ahout Saturday' night's vote
wa3 t'-at McCiUlaa and Petria ran far
ahead cf anyone else ca the Demo
cratic ti:het SCO votes ahead of the
third D:mccrat, while the rest cf the
tunch wcra ICS 3 to 2CC3 votes behmi
tha two leaders. 'tJ;l
That a tij.torartisaa vote was
cast fcr these two men Is aho ahown
ty tha tir3 cf the vets they C-t la the
trcnr T.e-ntllcaa precincts -euca as
the first, secend,, third, . fourth and
fifth pre cinct3 of the fourth district
Here tho two Democrats beat such
Rcpuhlicans'as Larsea,. IIorner ,' and
IIOCSS. , . ;. . ", X-yyM'yi
Another cvierrnce that the" purport
cf these two men' was - largely nca
partl2aa 13 the fact .that in virtually
every precinct: ihey received almcct
identical' vctes: Durins a lar3 part
cf Saturday nisht's count they weri
only firs to tea., votes apart. ? ,
The ' leadins . Itepuhlieaa . candidate 3
made a great Etc wins Emeet Matt
Cmith led the -field, clccsly fallowed
ty Eca Ilciiinser, whc:.3 popularity
wa3 thoWa ia nearly - every precincL
Ch;j:ley Arnold and ;"V7UlIam Ahia
the- first. especIallyro"ed strcnsly.
Charles. IL Eellina, a new maa'la sa
pcrvisoriar.. politics, made; a better
showing than the wieeacre politicians
1 -1 dieted for Lin and Ehould be
:ete:ieu3 la the finals. - Daniel Lcaa
t:c!z sixth .riace ca the Repuhlicaa
ticket, -03 vctes :behind Deliina. ana
V,V C. Achl Eiuee:ed !ttc seventh and
a nomination, S3 vc.3 behind Lcan.
Doth VTillian Larsea and IKctcrt
Ilcrctry present Supervisors, lost out
Larson 13 3 votes tehad Achl ca
the. latest Tctuma, - and 'unless ;thess
ehould be changed, t-?.-ls defeated.
Hcrner 13 123 votc3 farther taci4
gura lossr. ' The distan.ee these two
ran behind their. fellow-supervisors
shows their ;' weaJme? vrttl! the voters
now..1-- - ' , v:Vr?
J. Ashman Deavea,' thouga defeated,
made a. surprisingly good race for" a
can almost entirely new to the voters
whea the campaigu opened, He proved
aa- effective campaigner and . Lis void
of 1253 brought tin la at tenth place
la the field of cighteea.- Ilcnriiucs
failed to -develop th3 treegth ' ex
pected, c2 Lin. Ho xoiied .1023 vcte3
IIocc3 wa3 1CC3.. .Hyy : - -t;"V;;';
C:macrat$7.!::tlyA!s9';Rir5':'. X
la the Democratic raca for super
visors nominatlcns, there ' was noth
ing to It but Petria'and". IdcClellaa.
UlulhL' the -third nan,"; was 8 C3 votes
lower. Only seven Democrat' polled
over ICC 3 votes' each. - Former Super
visor tlarkhaia ran behind Ululht and
ilakalnaL On: the vote of Satnrday,
cn!y Petrle and McClellaa ; liave a
chancs ia the finals. : ".: " y-
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'LETTERS
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Party.
LANE
Ofnce.
; Mayor :
v?' Sheriff -
I Party
FERN
1 : : .
Auditor
ROSE
6LOM
HOPKINS !;
BiCKNELLv'.afV-'
: , Supervlsoir- ;;" -'y :
ACHI" r:vv.v.,:i .v CENEVEDES
AHIA-.':-;':..-'v-"' I ? KAN AE -ARNOLD
::" - ' ' . :. MAKAINAI;
DELLINA -5 V MARKHAM.
H O LLI N GER v J j V McCLELLAN
LOG AN rWVv y; PETRI E h'f-K
MOTT-SMITH ; r VULUIHl"
.. David ) Kahaulelio,, unopposed can
didate for - mayor, on the Lahul (Peo
ple's Party) ticket,' was of course
nominated. - He got only & few.vote3
and can ta In the ' finals it le files
the necesiary ; fee. , The -names abovfc
are only those who run for the gen
eral election and do cot include the
catSIdatei elected outright at the pri-
a DEMOCRATIC FINANCING
Editor Honolulu Etar-Bnlletin. ;
' Cir: ; TJntU reading your editorial of
Caturday I was not aware that any
body la this age considered a news
paper, any more than a candidate for
elective office, superior tQ criticism.
Ca Friday night at Aala park I did
ret '"attack the Star-Bulletla ,but I
did answer Its assertions about its
favorite Democratic candidates for
the '.office of supervisor. 1 stated that
they were turned out of office at the
last' election because .'they- LaxL not
"mad a good as you said they had. '
regarding the "grasp of .muaicipal
finances -with "which ou credited one
cf them, I proved by . the auditor's re
ports that your - tribute was. ntterly
unfounded. For one' thing, I showed
that the Democratic board expended
S2 3,003 net over and above its current
revenue ia its term: that it came heir
to (S2.C0O from the preceding. Repub
lican, board, juid left balances in the
three spending fundsgeneral, per
manent improvement, and road .tax
totaling only 85445., VTLereCore its
ccntrihutioa of 860.OOO nd odd to the
caeh" tasls fund; was overbalanced
mere than 823,0C0 ' ta the Amount it
received from. the preceding boardv;
' Ucreover, the Democratic board, at
th end of Its term, covered up a
Khcrtaga ia the general fund by trans
fers ' from . the permanent Improve
ment and school funds-eonthlng ut
terly unjusUfled -by law. wV '. '
I charged that the Democratic gen
tlemen were afraid to put the front
ase tax law finto ' operation, and I
challenged' either them . or - their Ke-
HUlU
iin
A v'T All
CCUiJW c
iUuJioa.o.
(Special Star-Bulletla Wireless.)
pIHLJOlliy 21-Aa a result of Sat
urday's 'primaries, the" present cfficV
Lolders seem sure of retaining their
?at3.;-- Earn' irruhane-was:succccaful
in defeat! :;crmaa-'lT Lyrnaa for tha
Repuhlicaa - nomit atioa .' for .. Eupe
visor -at laro3.13aTid::Ewallka.v.on
the Democra.tis rominatioa andEwa-
Renvoi
i J iJilU;
1 1 - ' I
liko will oppos3 Kauhane v ia . tha
finals --'.' .'.'-: :.H:v-; '-'-V, s"
:: Sheriff ; Sam vPua was" reelected ; at
the primary over "William K. Keolanul.
Both are: Republicans. v A' A. Hapai
was also reelected county clerk, de
feating George K, Lowe, who made a
try for tha. Republican 'nomination.
Auditor Samuel It. ..Crencer," Attorney
"W.- H. Eeer3 - and Treasurer Charle3
IL Swain,.-all 'Republlcans;;lia4 no op
position and were, of course," elected.
Ia East Hawaii the : Repuhlican
nominees for" sn-crvisor " are A. ! I.
Cabrlnha, VEugana Lyn?aa: and W; A.
Todd, who will' coatee t ia the , general
election ednst "two -Democrats,
Charles J. lloore and Eeajamia Rosi,
they, beir-: tha enly : Democrats out jspectively, Thi3 was 'due. to consist
for. the cfce.--7;.xk: '6--K7hxVe' scratching bf Republicans -ia fa-
SThc rf pnnhlfpfln rnmlnP for suceP vr Of these two
i.A Repuhlicaa statisticiaa analyzing
the primary figures over Sunday ar
nvea at the following interesting coa-
clusion: ; . . :;V. ' i
-If all Vet ear 5 1 ca , thtr V. rt.1 i i can
tic!;:!". for x:.::z.i Eeiul!' In c. :.;:
date3 at tla primary are cast en Ju3
5 f:r th3 tcven me a who tave secure i
tha rcmir.aticn cn that ticket, IIcn
lulu will' have a -straight -Repullican
board ty ,a 'Cajerity ;cf aeout
vcte3 for each supervisor. -. . -
Taking 'the total of -tha "scattered
Repuhlicaa votes , for. supervisor and
dlYiils ty seven, the average Repub
lican vote, for supervisors at tha pri
mary wc3 3753. Ia other words, if all
Repuhlicaa - votes had-beea concen
trated ca tha sevea'mea wha secured
nominations ' oa the G. O.. P. ticket,
each would Lave received approxi
mately 3753 votes. '": ; -.;, .
' : On the other Land,, tha averaga vote
for Democratic' supervisors ' found by
the 'same "method.-was 224S. It will
be: noted that Messrs. 'J.IcClellaa and
Petrie, Democrats, . each rolled more
than thi3 average, 217.1: and 2133 re-
visor ia West Hawaii are Arthur A.
Akiaa, James Ako and-Robert N.'Nal-po-'V
Julian R, Tates, as a non-parti3aa
candidate,- was nominated without
opposition J The Democratic nominees
are William 11. Kalalwaa and Apela.
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treat nuollc - improvement or 'Civic j
kanaf'f Inftfafpfl f. Mrrlftrt cut : bV i
them, separately or together, ;
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; : If the supporters of the defeated Re
publican candidates continue' to. vote
for Republicans, the entire seven Re
publicans can be elected. ;
"get togethIr now F0H '
FlfJAL CO'JTEST," URGEo :
yl'rXhllE AFTER PHIMAniES
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Honolulu's Leadlnj Ch'neri Cur:j
Store 1152 Nuuanu Er nrPi-a''.
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Luau Tents and Ca;pies far R;.li
.: Thirty Years Experience
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H. Gxilmah Co., Lt 1
Jewelry and Souvenirs
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- Mayor John 2. Lane comments oa
the mayoralty contest as follows:
."I feet' very grateful for the ex
pression of confidence which the peo
' pie have given 'me today. ? rTheir sup
! port is more eratifvine- becan it
"Thomas. Gill w ent to vote. Saturday i ; an' indorsement of the" construc
andwas not given.- a ballot on , the'tlve. j policies - the ,admInistratloa i3
ground that. his name was not on the endeavoring to .? carry out ' -;
list of registered voters. He complain j "The honor, of . being nominated as
ed to the county clerk's office and was , the Republican candidate for mayor
there Informed that Thomas- G13 was to succeed mvself. I naU
dead. Gill laughingly declared he was utlr but shall hold .verr dPar!r ni
not dead, said he was qualified to vote a precious token of the people's con
and .wanted to, know what the clerk's , fideace ia the principles for which
office was going to do about it- , . , -1 the admiaistratiori stands. -
.The clerk's office explaiaedvthat It ; ; -Tte 'many genUemen who worked
had : secured ' information - from the ' earnestly f0r . my success yester-,
board of health that Thomas Gill was ; jayt i wish to - thank: most sincere-'
deadV and Lad. published this fact. It w anrf-imaffectedlr Fop Mr. rnhm :
added that it received no word that, my opponent, I feel a warm personal
Eitlicr in tfco bcaut'J. 1
green' or blend :1 C.
tions. Sccn.ro your .
for Decoration Dz" ; t
time, as only 1CC0 r.y
fo be sold at tbcs3 pri:
Cemetery tc:c3 frc:.
to
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The Hcusa cf Hsucr.varri
Klng Xtrear ts'.hrf.
Thomas Gill was not dead,: and there- feelins o friendship : and; respect. ... ;
tore piacea . name on, wiq ust .wr s: -me preliminary contest whlc
registered voters who tave passed on. necessarilv makes men of to1 a?A
publican backers to point to a single r; : City Attorney A. M. Brown express-; party opponents ; for the - time being.
ea uio opuuon ixiai n o5i, uave ueea. is now over and the- campaign for
some oiaer person bj wBuMue;! the ; general election is near, i Fac-i
Thomas Gill ; Who diedand that nn- -tlonal differences must te forgotten If
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During , the general v election 'cam- douhtedly- the living Thomas Gill.. iaBow, and the Republicans must lend i
paign, as I Lave, done in. the primary.
I shall offer proof ror my claims, ana
not bald assertion. This, I respectful
ly submit, is the least you : should . fio j
in opposing me. " Proauce f your evi
dence. J;-!tti
qualified to i vote.,-; Ha addedV there thr TraAivtAt nn-nnort Jtr i
was nouung juegai auuufc it, ;uvjuj? gumg campaign to make the election
'a mistake.-;--..-,.; :.;.:'vi,;v- ptSv;: June 5 .the1 success. which an citizens
I Interested la . the y. development '. ' of
fj EifdiT GGLC3
Honolulu wish."
i: ft cold u a signal of physical wi
'ft -
b jy? VITAL STATISTICS
: . - v iO' trcax z. ccua-wiia weaKenmi
physics, alcchoKc iyrups or drugged 1
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SC3IAArSlIAIa ; H116," HawaiLly reduce the bodyrx)wers still fuitheraad
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raad':..r; U
BMAHfl EL
17. 1917. toMr. and 3Irs. J. Schiat-ifcvit'lBic serious sickness.
JZJ2-': Scctfs Emulsion Has alwaysbeen aa
"wuriis!uVMar 12,191T, t6Mr.pert oa colds, because it pcculiarr:.-Tea
- and Mrs. Leslie R. Mathews, a son- cnricbtheblcx)d,qm(tone3upthT the laaaL . 1
fv. v, : 0 tm :-rJ: forces and strengthens both throat and ,The regular special -dlnaer-danca at
CTAR-CULLETI N : GIVES :.YOU : aesU . Try Scott's. . Refase Sabstitates. - $L0O per plate tomorrow evening -
TODAY'S NEWS TODAY:
We aro'eqnipped .with tlio
most Rp-toate .1
Vf.-. apparat-osy V;.' 4-
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