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REPUBLICAN LEADERS AT CONVENTION
nM1Mr-,1,.,,..U,T-J-.J,.,,, . . g
VOTED STRAIGHT FOR
TAFT Al SHERMAN
CIIICAUO, III, Juno 18. The
cheering rnililly Increased when a
picture of Hoosovelt nan held aloft.
The upro.u'wus no gieut sit the tlmo
tho picture w.ts bIiowii Unit It was
Impossible to tell exactly where thu
L.i I'olletto enthusiasm ended unit
the Hudson tit dic(i'ii begun. Tho tu
muli was 80 cic.it that no human
Milco 1101 the lusty strokes nt tho
chairman's gavel vveio able to pene
trate It and bring order out of tho
Two men matched ncioss tho bal
con plntform In tho lur of tho
Btnge and tho Lhccrlng was taltcn up
anew, mingled with erica of "Pom,
four, four soars mote."
Chalimaii Lodge, ahiudonlug all
efforts to still tho croud, ordered
Secretaiy Mulloy to continue tho tall
of tho delegations, 'Ibis was dono
ninlilst a ten-lilt upio.tr.
Tho ihnlrmau (hen announced In
u lone which although hlralned to
the utmost could he hc.iid only a few
"'Hint coinplotiH tho 10II of Stalin,
mid tho loll (all 111 now ho had for
tho vote. Wo will not wait a mlimto
Thn Kceno was nbsoutolN ttnlqtto In
American political history, tho oto
helng taken during a terrific uproar
In behalf of u mm wlmso name was
not heforo tho i-onvoullon.
"Alaliaina," shouted tho reading
Ihero was .1 ronr of jella nnd IiIrs
ch from tho cinw.l.
The chalimin of tho delegation,
hnwovei, mado Iiln way to tho edgo of
thn platfoim and talltd:
"Alabama cists hit L'J votes for
Tho vntn ih repeated by tho tleik
itud thcro wcro chcotH fiom tho eloln
'gitrH scut to mingle, with the tumult
of tho gallery rowd.
California Goes Solid
Hisses, cheers, and (ate, ills contin
ued to ioiiiq from tho gallcrlcH as tho
States of AtkaukiH, California, Colo
rado, and Connecticut cahl nolld
Notes fin Tnft.
"I'ay iiu nttcnllon lo Tho ctowd,"
said Somtloi' Lodge, illicctlug the
1 lerk to proceed. "I Hhall not Iihno
the Prcbldont nominated by a Chi
cago mob," ho shouted lit anger.
Ar tho loll call piocecded tho
Chairmen of thn various delegations
unable to mnko limit Nolces heard,
continued to ionic up lo tho platform
mid jelled tho votes of their States
Into the cars of tho secretary
Cannon failed to hold his own
State fiiml)', three Notes llclng cast
liy tho tlmo Kentucky was reached
on tho roll tho ciowd had iiiilcted
down at least, but chceis greeted tho
iiiiununccmontK for Tnft. Solid ntcs
for Taft cunio fiom Louisiana, Maine,
Mnoland, Massachusetts, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Missouri, nnil other
Status, but Now Jersej split her
votes among four candidates, lfj for
Taft, 1 for Caution, 2 for Falrb inks,
nml 4 for Knox.
Now York caitbed a fong bronk In
lho toll call by demanding that tho
nnines of the delegates be called, and
that thoj he allowed to Noto Individ
uallj One of the delegates dellNerod
himself of a speech, saving that while
ho 'was under Instructions for
Hughes he peisonnll favored Tnft
Other dclcgntcj Noted for Taft, while
Ilenjaniln I) Odell, Jr. Noted-for
Cannon, another delcgato following
his lead a second later.
Willi un P. IHrncs otcd for Tnft,
ns did Lucius N Llttauer. Keprc
sctttitlvo I'ano otcd with tho
Hughes delegates. Tho totul Noto
was divided us follows: Hughes, CI;
Taft, in; Cannon, C; absent, 1.
lho convention was deeply Inter
ested In tho polling of tho New York
delegation nnd listened In sllcnco to
North Carolina went solidly for
Tnft, as did North Dakota.
Ohio cast VI for Taft nnd 4 for
l'ornker. This was tho crucial point
In tho balloting mid it wns his own
State that carried tho Ohio candidate
over to vlctorj .
Three For Uoosevflt
Thero was u decided sensation
when rcnnsjhniili was culled and
tho clulrman announced:
"Sixty-four fin Knox, ono for Taft,
mid thrco voles for Theodore Hooic
A resounding clieci from tho gal
Idles guetcd the tiiitimiui cincut.
Chiilinian Lodge oidcrcd tho gal
leries cleared, but tho demonstration
Thero had been 4G9 votes for Tnft
when Ohio had been reached and tho
nomination wns mado. Tho 42 otes
of Ohio gaNo Taft i)l 1, whereas only,
131 N.cro icaulred.
South Cmollnn demanded that her
oto bo taken by delegates. Tho
voto wns: Tnft 13, Porukcr 2, Fair
banks 2, absent 1.
South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and
Voiniont woro foi Taft.
West Virginia, which was suppos
ed to bo tho breeding plaio of tho
Koosovclt boom, went for Tuft, whllo
La l'lilletto lost n oto In Wisconsin,
It being cast for Taft. Tho Totrltor
los went Milidly for Tuft, nnd tho
Ilpul result wns: Taft 702, Cannon
01, Kni)'! 1.8. La I'olletto 25, Hughes
fi.1, I'lilibapkB 40, rornkcr 10, ltoos
Although thn vote announced by
tho chnliman Is olllel il and must
MiiiiiI until lorrcctcd to morrow, tho
telleis after tho adjournment tovlseil
tilth llguies and claimed tho result
Taft 701, Hunker 16, Hughes 0G,
Cannon ill, ralrbnuks 40, Knox G8,
La I'ollctto 2S, Itoobcvolt 3, nbscut
1; total 980.
A considerable, delay was occasion
ed by Homo confusion among tho ac
countants who kopt tho tally of tho
ballot and it was G:1G beforo Chair
man l.odgo read out tho Note, as given
above A roar grcoted tho announce
ment of tho 1 lift ote, Nvhleli Nvns glv
en lust, but tho wpnilid delegates
mid spectators worn not nlilo to maKo
u sustained effort ami tho enthusiasm
Quiirlots am being proptted In tho
Bronx zoological gnidena In Nuw Yoik
foi tho reception of u grezo zebra, re
cently, ptirchasod In AbvaBlnln, n dup
Hi mo of lho aiilmnl picsented to Pros.
Ideut ItoosoNolt h tho king of Abjs
ilnla and the second one of Its kind
to comu to America,
Wnrrcn Thajer. a piomlncnt lawjei Danford nsslstcd
lu Honolulu. Tim pretty llttlo home
ivcddlng wns celebrated fit the famllj
lesldenco In Judd street, the ltov. H
il. Parker performing the coremonj
at which only th rchtives miv most
guests They Included Mrs. Allau
llottomley, Mrs. Unlph Torstcr, Mrs
lames Cockburn, Mrs Palten. Mrs
Pred Carter, Mls Hew lings Mrs. Ath
erton, Mrs 1 ovvton Drain Mrs. Wat
brldo wore a loNely whlto satin gown
trimmed with teal lneo and kho car
'led bride's roses. She looked very
charming. Miss Cnrile Green wns tha
bridesmaid nnd Attorney Ocnerul
Tho ermann Mhs Whjto,
stead, Mrs. J O Young Mrs. Ilawcs.
Jr, Miss Illalr, Miss Lucas.
Miss Hdlth Jones will leave San
Hnfacl thb week, sailing for Hono-
tHB.AMBRIOB Mll-inm CLUM.or TITKKIK . Rv.TAaiKa
Chicago Juno 17 When Congiess
man "Nick" Longworth mid his vvt'.-,
tho datightci of I'lisldclit Itooscvelt,
showed up at "Lutr.iuto K" at theh
convention hull, just ufler noon toila
her from tho halt In droves. Thej
pressed 8b closely to her that lho Con
giessmau rUnnlcd lo a mounted po
llcemnu for help. Tho officer rcsiioiid
cd nnd mado a lano through the crowd
With two mounted men on
wcro siiirouiidcd by crowds of i of women
women., Soino of theo Intruded them , either side. SfiB. Longworlh and her
selves upon lho iljiiglitii of lho I'rcj , ii.irty vve'io OKortod thiough an ad-
nielli to impirtliiciill) (lint tho Cou-,acenl alio) Into Michigan avenue,
grcssman leipiested them to vrtlh- w hero tho McCormlck nutomobllo was
draw. In tho convention hall, Mm j waiting. They wero whirled to tho
Longworth, heated with Mis. Mud'll Auditorium Annex, whoro they
McCormlck mid her husband, wit-1 lunched. Dining tho meal thero was
nessed tho extiaonlluaiy domonstiu-' ,i constant stream of women through1
BOWK" KICKIQfvH AVEHVB. ft?
Hudlnnd Ilode, tho Oahu College
chorus gave a delightful concert nt'
Illshop Hall on tho evening of June
2ii,i. A'plcaslng fetturo wero the
songs of the Hon. I'aul Iscnbcrg.
"Awnko! Awako! Tho Flowers Un-
f'dd" II. Leslie
Oahu College Chorus.
"In Spring" Ilarglel
Let Mo Dream Again" Sullivan
"lliilld Thco Mora Stately Mansions"
Oahu Collego Chorus.
' Children's VolceB" Clarlbel
Miss Vera Dinion,
'Tho Lord is Great" .... Mendelssohn
Oahu Collego Chorus.
'Oh, Happy Daj" Ootzo
Oahu Collego Chorus.
Ilemcuwaj supported the groom The lulu, where she will bo for several
spacious rooms wero be aiitlfull) deem weeks the guest of her sister. Mr.
uted with cut flow e-i sand greens Mils Uobert Kenton Hinds. Tho'ii(mfs,
Helen Alexander supplied tho flowers who wcro married In Jinuary, have
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thajcr have gnno to a beautiful homo in Hawaii. Miss
lho other side of tho Island, and their i,,n, u in i, mnrrin.i ,m fnii n
honevmoon will Includo a trip to the amlgB Cot)p0I. who , conncclei
olcano. , with the Drltlsh Knibassy lu Blnm.
j The wedding will take place In llo-
' nolulu Tho Call
tlon In honor of her father. Ono of tho restaurant scanning MrB. Long
tho things sho did ufter taking her worth nnd making audible comments
seat was to rcmovo her hit, which about her gown, which wns of a conl
was n cieatlou lu bluo mid not nearly ed check pattern worn with n plcturo
so largo ns llioso wyin bj tho othei hat trimmed with bluo ribbon. It was
women .uoiuul her learned tonight that Cougrcssm m
During tho spectacular outbienk sho !,ongworth and his party will use' nn
wnNid thin imio lu a vvlillf .it Sonator othei entrance lo tho convention hall
Lodge. At ono stngo of lho tumult, tomorrow nml occupy seats in another "Tho Lawn l'artv" I .worn
Senator Lodgo waved his Inud at her part of thu building to escnpo tho bii- Oahu Collego Chorus.
unci sho blow n klsB to him. Then, noyanco to which they woro subjected I
when Mis. Longworth started to 1'nvo lodav. I On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
tho convention hall, sho was ugalii Mlsa Ilhodn Orceu was united in tho
surrounded by women who followed Under tho able diicctlon of Mr. Tt. bonds of holy inatrlmouj to Mr. Wado
'Tho Night Has n Thousand njes"
I Violin Obllgato) , Novln
Gemma Wailinan, Alnieda Town
send, Vera Damon, Maud do Uretto
Nllle, William Desha, Alnn Lowroy.
"Tho Song of tho I'lag" lo Kovcn
Oahu Collego Chorus,
"Nursery Hhymes".HtorndaIo Ueutiott
I'niinhoii Proiiaratory Chorus.
Protection is a Duty
The Badger Fire Extinguisher
is always ready, and acts instantaneously. An ounce
of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The BADGER
is the ounce of prevention.
By placing the BADGER FIRE EXTINGUISHER in a
convenient place you are always ready for the un
J. A, GILMAN,
There Is to ho n unique entcitalr.
meiit on tho 24lh, when tho Maram i
arrives from Vancouver with tho fain
ous Kilties of Scotland. Thoro Will
probably bo two concerts, lu tho nftcr
noon and ovenlug, so as to gtvo all
Mrs Schaefer Is slvlng a largo "".t
homo" at itoscbtnk this afternoon
The largo mid spsclous draw lug room.
t iZt r """"""" 'u ku ''" (lower H.lrn was cool and attructlvc
Honolulu nn opportunity to boo this , ., , , , . ,
un.i,f..i .... ....,'.,...' nnl ,l10 handsomely gowned -vomeu
It will ho under ho ause' of o -"""'I'd to bettor advantage MUs
Scottish Thistle Club. Ihero will f ussMtl' r moll,or '"
,-....,, u I'UUIIV ((14 III CVIIIIV
Mrs Hcnrj Cooler ins cards out
for n dnnoo st thf Coup r mansion lu
of tho prlnclptl streets SeNeral of
lho men nro over seven feet tall, nnd
tho whntn hnilv nf finlonill.llc tuilll
men moving ns one In their kllu. Is k honor of lier son- v ho M" nrrl;o fronl
eight no one would care to miss Tho
two drummers nro bovcii feet high. ,
Miss Margaret Castle was tho host
ess of a delightful luncheon on Thins
day. tied cam ulons and grc ens undo
tho table artistic The guests Includ
ill Misses Violet Damon, Carmen
Clowo, Ireno Klshcr, Alice Hedemnnu
nnd two oung ladles visiting Miss
Damon for tho summer
Tho luncheon which Mrs S M
Damon gave on Thursday wus a most
boatitlful affair and dono In her usual
perfect manner. Covers woro laid for
fourteen and lho round lablo glutei Ing
with glass and Mlver, embellished bv
mauvo orchids extending around tho
tnblo and furthor enhanced by resting
within a bed of maidenhair, was one
of tho most exquisite of decorations
An enormous nso held long stemmed
roses, which droopcl gracefully, rest i
lug on tho embroidered linen cloth
urcliid corsages wore at each plate, mountain minting trip. Tho boy
and the plucu cards were gorgeoiu and their host will have a glorious
haiiilpnlnted nffulrs rcproenllng l.ia lime
cul. .,.- u.i. .ji, I Ik v,.ck
The Trank Danons aro nt their Is
land home nt Moaa.lui for the sum
mcr. Mrs. S, 1." Damon s mountain
houso will bo tho sreuo of n picnic ou
Jul tho rcnirth Several of thu )oung
er bet will attend
Mrs Ilcrnlco Walb Uge gi,o a din
ner on V clnvzdu) o en ns at vhlcli
wcro bidden Mrs Vincent Kltc-it Mr
nnd .Mrs Svvanzy Mr and Mrs. James
Cockburn, Ml and, Mr" Kortcr Mr
Harry Whitney Ycllcv nljunndcw
nnd maidenhair nndi "110 tiblc3 rcot
Sirs du r.cl. of Udlia street, vh
tho. hostess of a Ktf.co Klatch on
Thursday Tho guests thoroughly en
joyed tho utilquo feast
Mr. Augustus Knudsen Is taking a
party of ton bojs over to Kauai for a
dame, a la ioudri Tho luncheon wm
given lu honoi of Mrs Mar) Vv'lddl
field Tho guests Imluded Mis Mc
Klnnou, Mrs Andrew Puller, Mrs C.
II Cooper, Mrs llrnest Molt Smith.
Mrs. George I'ottcr, Mrs. McGrow.1
i;vcrboily U delighted Hint Miss
Vein Damon, ho pretty and popular,
won tho famous Damon prlzo.
It Is n matter of regrot that Dr.
MrB W. W Hull, Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Carl Uamua Is not returning to Ho
Mrs J S. Walker, Mrs. W. Dabbltl, nolulu, where ho has warm and Bin
Mrs. J. O. Carter. ccio friends who ndralro and appro-
date hla many gifts
Mrs. Clcghnrn, who has bcon Nlxltlug
her unclo, Governor Clcghoru, and her Cards hnu been received as W
'bnn. Mr I'orcy Cleghorn nt Alliahiiu, lows Mm HHrrlct 1) Greep an
departed foi Sjdnej. this week She nounccs the mnrrl ige of her daughter
held quite a reception ut tho dock aud lthoda to Mr Wado Warren Thnjer,
wns covered with lels Sho nny ro- on Tuostdnv. Juno the thirtieth, nine
turn at Bomo future time nnd Bho will teen hundred ami eight. Honolulu,
ho warmly welcomed
Mrs. Lango, of Llllliu ttrcet, was tho
Miss Kathcrlnc Smith was tho host-
hostoss of a. pretty llttlo brldgo tea ess of a ten at tho rcsldenco of, her
on Thuisday Tho prizes, n book nnd paicnts ou Nnunnii Avonuo In honor
hat pin, wero won by Mrs nmll Wnt of tho friend who Is her guest for
orman and Mrs. Lswion-Uraln. Tho tlio summer. It was n lovely, affair,
looms woro decorated with j ellow cos-
luos and the tea. tsbles wore placed Mr Tarn McOrew Is mturnlne oft
In tho luniil and dlnlngroom. Mrs. tho Al imeda after qulto a long period
Vincent. Kltcat, Mrs. Stanlo uud MUs abroad.