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HITS ARCHER HARD
Down And Out As Far
As Committee Is
lie said, was the only man who applied
tor cirollment after the book closed. ' A
He did not understand how Archer
secretly enrolled. The challenge was
that Archer was not n member of thol mm I irjrilTtlAliruDBroaDr
llub-tnat he had been expelled. The ,n ' tLLlatrl I TVUIfftR mtr'AHE.
PROTEST FBOM SIXTH OF
THE F1F1H HANDLE! HOT
ACHI AND LOW 00 AT IT OVER
EWA MAN'S EXPULSION
FROM THE PRECINCT
claim was that the man. Archer, had ' r).-.-D.1-,. . . , . .
., h.1,1 i r.ni, r... i. .., .. D"er and Pain Of This Critical Period
. ..(,.. "D ....Mi., U iic n HI V .
more a inemucr ui mat precinct CIUU
than an alien.
Abtent for Purpose.
mtstnee asiced micro the oxecutlvo
of the precinct club was. Low suk
gested that they were absent for a pur
I Ailil, speaking for Archer, wanted to ,
I know where the authority for the ul-
lwl expulsion of Archer came In. It
was not oupported by the rules. If It'
wob, what would slop John I.'itio from
expelling mm, acw, or anlody else, I
Irom a precinct club. (lighter.)
llustaco said the Committee had al
Avoided by the Use of Lydla E. Pink.
nam's vegetable Compound.
llow many wo
men realize that
the moat critical
period In a wo
Is the change of
life, and that the
irnxlety fHt by
women as this
time draws near
Is not without
If her system Is In a Arranged condl
r ' I
flfv Kf V ti
ready ruled .hat n product club had tlon, or she Is predisposed to apoplexy
power to expel u member. or congestion of anyorg-an, It Is at this
Expulsion Not Regular. I time likely U become aetlve and, with
Achl said the Sixth Precinct Club' host of nervous IrrltatWns, hake lift
had passed no rulo whereby they could I aIoV'ii -i ' j
ex,.l a member A precinct club could I " JMLltST
niit nxiiel a member without nut niw. ." n"r,I',We tovbVgln their destrtic
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Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stoiag-e in Brick Warehouse, (26 King; St. Phone Main 58
, ... ... . - - . , nvwv.w.w M.v
tore iu ociock. aiui rca tno quoa-
tlous which are nskcil a mail asking to Me apiwtlte. weakness aud Inquietude
register. ArcheT hud answered the are promptly heeded by IntcflMent
questions satisfactorily. He was qual women whoareappreachlng Uie twrtod
tiled. Achl believed that home of the 'of life when wJman'a great chaste
people-following Low wire Home Jltil-1 niBi' beexpeeted.
ers. The only way to succeed, for to " oel'ere Lydla E. Plbkham's Veg
ltepubllians, was to ullow everybody eUble Cuuipeund la the world's ureal
to come Into the pari) who declared, , ert ."metl ,or women at this trying
according to the rules, that he would . P,.Vi' t. , 1 1. . . . ,,
ii... n... ,l,ii, n, l .ui o. riiuminu YtrciiDie wnn-
Last night was protect nbjtit with
the Hepabllcan County Commltte und
a big crowd packed the Fort street
First came a protect from the Sixth
of the Filth, Ka, nud Walanae, signed
by Albert Waterhouso, F. K. Arclier
and A V. Van Vnlkntiburg.
This protest covered two complaints,
first that F K. Archer was u member
of the l'rrrlnct Club In uplte of his so
called expulshin and, second, that cer
tain ballots had been Illegally thiuwn
out. A mass of documentary evidence
was produced bv both sides.
Members of the County Committee
present wore: V. C. Howe, II. i:,
Murray, Hon Wright. W F. Drake,
Uhas. Ilusture. Jr., C. W. Zelgler. J C.
tlulnn, uf the Fourth; F. M Keanu, H.
C. Uwlght. I.. K. C. Ijiih'. i:d lien-
rlques, .M."C. Amaia, II. I'. Zablan, of
Proxlm: C. W. Booth, A. II. Moore,
W. U Emory, Geo. Cbalmers, Geo. Ma.
kal.ina. 8. W. Logan. J. W. Cuthcart.
Among the cithers piesenl were.
Plantation Manager I)v. F. II. Mc
Stocker, F, T P. Waterhotise. D. I.
Hanale, James lloyd, W. C. Achl. Sup
ervisor Frank Archer, Senator L. I..
McCandless, Sol. Mahelona,
Archer to the Bar.
Chairman llustacn recommended
first that the committee decide wheth
er Archer nnv u member of the pre
cinct club mid thvu handle the manor
F. T. P. WatCrllOIISn S.lld tlml Al-.iiimuw,llv mn.ln III rlvlit f..rn.
bert Watcrhotise had askeil htm to Achl said Archer may have been nut
state that he had been unablo to get out. but he had tome In aisalu and thui ' Al! "'? """'""I"5 oxamlned the
up lerlaln prlncllial witnesses and rti- ciuli l..l not .leelnr.i ihm Ar,l.r '',lll)tB-. ')rill", movwl, when this was
iiueiled that n iiluht be set atiart ror i.n..i.i i. t.i . .- .... .i..i.. pver. that two of the six rejected hal
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IIIU lllveitllKUIIIlll. I inn III. Iiml n lu-iTi.. t rli.1,1 In i.nlnr :" " . " ". - " " M'i ""
llustiwe understood that Albert ..,. mi eoniirmed us rejected. CairKnl.
..,. i .. .... ...I-
nuieriiuiixo iiau ueeu nwiueu. lie
should be prexent.
supporl the rules of the Republican
First of nil. Achl said, the right to
expel Archer was challenged, llraldes
this, the roll book was open to IU
o'clock and Archer enrolled legally,
Murray wanted to kuuw It Archer
enrolled at the meeting.
"He enrolled before 10 o'clock," said
In tho matter of enrollment, I-ow de
clared that a member of tlio executive
tommlttro of the precinct ub had uu
right to attempt to ride over the ac
tion of the majority of the meeting in
expelling Archer, by allowing hlin
again to enroll. Atelier, ho said, was
uot loyal. It was the right or the
clubs to elenino their rolls.
The cxcctitlvce uf the Sixth Precinct
enrolled, he said, men nut citizens,
tiwiti 11 tin fimili liiil ni nt no u rll.i
i.'At u..i.i i.. ..t'i ...t,i i charife. Hit advice li fre aud alwuTi
!we could not challenge tin enrollment "lpfulAto ailing- women.
rydla E. Plnkhamls Vecetable Com
nouud Invigorates and strengthens the
female orirauhm. and builds un the
weakened nervous system as no ether
Mrs. A. K. 0. Hyland, of Chester
town, lid., In a letter to Mrs. l'lnk
Dear Un. Pinkhsms
" I bad been luftrfog with a dltnUcemtnt
for years and wt paning tbrou'gli the cbangs
of life. I bad a good dd of .sonnets, diily
(pells, beadscbes, and wis vary rwrvoua. 1
wrote you for advice and roaimnol treat
ment with Lydla K. Plnkham's Vrgctatitu
Coiuound as jou directed, and I am humir
to nay that all fhce dlitn-wlng ymptonis lft
in, and I have pawed saMy thruagh the
change of life a well woman."
For special advice regarding- this Im
portant period women are invited to
write to Mrs. I'lnkham, Lynn, Mass
She Is daughter.ln-lavv of Lydla K.
I'lnkham and for twenty-rive years has
been advising sick women free of
Low Is Gracious.
Low said that so soon aa Archer
Murray .11.1 not bejlcve In makln8 II U , "Vy." , ,. ,,n T.
i'f.,'"".""., -!w.X'Ven,Su;iye,,CWorL "''
Ho moved the heariiiK K ahead. This
Murray moved to take up tho rejeo.
Hon of Archers ballot In this primary
Hustnce called for pome enlighten
ment an to why Archer was expelled
from tho precinct dub.
Achl Defends Archer.
Achl asked If he could represent
Archer. Thurston was sick, a ran ted.
Low nsked permission to defend the
other side. Granted. n aald he wan
Hi.' protesting muu and thought It
light that he so net.
F. T. P. U'aterhoufo wanted to know
if It was midcrttood that Albert Water
house was not represented. It wuh mo
Archer Was Boss.
Utw said Albert Waterhouso did not
rniu.t Into this. It wus n mutter of
Uiw said Archer had control of ev
rijlliliiK in the pr.tlmt uh far as thn
cx.ifullvo was eouccnied. Ho oven
had the Judges nud the Judges showed
It. The appellants were so interested
Hint they hud two Rtvniigraphers pres
ent. He read tin minutes us tuken by
these gentlemen. The minutes may
have been written by stenographers,
but they wuro by no menus steno
Low said this "transcript" was their
"mast sacred vldeurc." After the
precinct inciting he drove back, he
bald, lo copy the roll book, to kco thai
It had uot been stuffed. He found that
Archer hud signed. When the meet
Ing was closed tho roll book sjibulO
also have been eloted. He read the
rule on tho subject. That clause, he
said, made ft law. Low showed him
weir quite a legal light. I'. K. Archer,
1 Inutile e thought the point to be con
slilered to bo this
Achl again noted an appeal. 1-me
did nut think this matter apnealabla
Uivv wanted to know how tho ultu
were affected bv tho two ballots ill-
lowed. Hustacv said the committee
Should the secre- ""," ' "7V -""' "'V....1"'.' """"
tnry of tho club be allowed to rc-cu- 1" ,,',",","": " ' "'" ,T
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r.. "........ ..-..... ..v. ... j untaiiio and wns sent for them
.-i-r"nii. HilKtiiitli.il.Bl.l II... muU.e un in.
William isaacs'Said Archer's naniel,,,, ,,....i Ti. ii.. i.i.."m ..." .......
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TEL WHITE 1331 SMKrll ,
was on tho roll book and hu did not
need to re-enroll,
.Murray moved that us Archer had
tint enrolled while the meeting wns
un, ho had uot legally re-cnrulled.
Achl pointed out that It had not
been stated us part of tho business ol
tho precinct meeting that Archer be
Not 8peclsl Meeting.
Low a motion of expulsion was out
of order. That meeting wus culUil for
unmliiutlon. A special ineuting unit
only n special meeting hhoulil havo
ctmsldeiiHl the matter or expulsion.
Low's motion was contrary to tho rules
of the party.
Arclier staled that tlin president or
Ihu club, 3. llookano, hud olllclally
posted u not lie or Ihu meeting, railing
It tor tho purpose) of nominations.
Archer suld it was the object uf the
McCandli.gH-l.ow crowd not to allow
him. Archer, to make any nominations,
llookano had llri-t refused the motion,
later, Pontius l'llato-llk. hn kuld
"Well, to pleut,e )u (MiCundless uml
lMv) and tho crowd, I lin.I belter pt.l
"Leiw was there to oust me, nud '1
was not prepiirt.l to' defend myself."
Held Qun for Rich.
Archer ruatliiued: "Tim ihalrmali
had no right to close tho meeting. I
havn been a rood Kepubllcan, I bet
you. I'vu held my gun to defend flie
rich men of this country, MiCundlesB
said II. K. Cooper was going to run, so
1 stepped ojt. First. 1 thlught Mc-
CandleHH was going lo run. Finally
tbey threw me down. I'm a good Iti-iiiihI.-iiii,
decl.li. uh you like, hut give
in., u fair trial,"
"Suppose," wilil Uiw, "tli Preclnrl
Club had eurolM fitly Moloknns, du ,
(iu the two allotted ballots were lidded
to the returns ns rontnliKNl In one of
tho Archer exhibits. In threo or four
coses It meant two additional volci
fur Low's men
Rowe's Little Speech.
W, I' Howi nud written out n
speech mid, when tho Archer matter
und the matter of the ballots had been
settled, got lo his feet deeluring that
he must lie heard, ills remarks came
ns ii very eujojiihte stunt between pro
tests. "I'm u llltle timid lonlKht.
boys," he h.il.1. With a conipreheuslve
smile, "hut I'll git through It. This
Is what he nud:
"To tho community of Honolulu, Ha
wnllan Territory: The ballot box u
on guurd, as lliti stioiig men, over the
sacred precincts of home
"Tin ballot box Is an Index by which
honor. Integrity, Industry, stability
und inoiiil worth of thuratter uf a
community Is honor to tho world.
".Men may differ in religion or the
principles ur sc-tciirn or even III pol
itics, but, giiitlemen, when they ap
proach tho sacred shrlliei ot the ballot
box. It should he In hurinuuy and with
ono purpose to do our duty us best we
run for the lomnioif koo.I of all,
"He who presumes to Juggle with
tho ballot box Is a criminal und not
worthy the snrfraeu of manhood.
"Kvery voter who goes to the polls
should consider tho booth In which he
piepaiH his ballot the slluut chamber
of i. tteitloii,
"Hn should j;o there ontiiejudlced,
unbiased nud unpledged. Ho bmoiiUI
nlso fyl u toinplelu sense of nOiurily
f I oni all those who would attempt an
Intlui'nco by liitlmMatlun, force, or
''The liall.it box aud tho grave Inill
,.... .-,!. ;.... imi.i nuiini un i. n..n. . ,.. ,,. i..r,. , ,,,
Preclnrl Cluh has a right to cleanse
llm rolls, I'm glad Archer bus admit
ted that ho was expelled and that he
It--enrolled utter expulsion."
Low Wins Out.
Murray's motion to. tho effect that
ranks uru considered eiiuul, (Tlio V
S. (.'.insfitiillon ulleges thut they are
horn equal.) ,
"Mr. Chairman and members of the
County Committee, wUutuver our ilv
tlliles nwiy be, let us prekervci the tunc
Archer had no right lo re-ourolt after, "' ",?y '''i, ?, l ,u" ,.rM,n" l"B Mwm
t;o,r,vva.ra,mX,oy.,1, - J P Ack, nud otl.
On the matter of lliti protest ns to
rejected ballots, Murray movent a re
count of thevo by tho committee., (jiilnii
thought Ihu Judges had better re-count
Howe wauled to know If any of the
ballots had 1m.ii tampered with. It
was explained that they had been kept
seaieu since counting.
Ashley, one of the Judges, was railed
forward to open tho ballots, utter It
wus decided that I ho County Commit
ti'o should bu solo Judges or the le
Achi Notes Appeal,
Heie Achl noted un nppeal from the
County Committee's decision on Arch
er's expulsion, to the executive com
mute.! of the Itepublliuii Territorial
Munay wuntul u rommltteo of three
to Judge tho ballots Jim Qulnii said
lie was from Missouri mid wanted to
see for himself, The room was cleared
of all except thu County Committee.'
members and the press represeuta-
crs from the Klghth of the Fifth nut
rejected mid thu protest of Muheloua,
und isheis, from llm fieventh of the
Fifth, was ulso thrown out.
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