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Marama. Nov. 6.
Makura, Nov. 6.
Kvenlng Bulletin. Est. 12. No. .".a 4.
Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX, No. J42.'.
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PRICE FIVE CENTS
ROOSEVELT ASSERTS REPUBLICANS- MB BEMOCRRTS ME COMBINING
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Bai;Eorccast On Wireless Re
pbrts From Other Islands And
Oh Local Figures
NHIMiLK CLAIMS AX OVKKWIIEUUMj VICTORY FOR KITIIO.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon Chairman Robert W. Shingle of the
Republican territorial central committee issued a forecast claiming
the reelection of Delegate Kuhio by 4505 votes, 863 more than hia
overwhelming majority over L. L. McCandless, Democrat, in 1910. In
his statement today Chairman Shingle says:
"Out of a total registered vote on all the islands aggregating
15,098, 1 hate calculated that approximately 14,000 votes will be cast.
'Taking this basis of votes polled, I estimate the following vote
tomorrow on the delegateship:
s Maul.; . :"
Oahu'.. ;-. '
Kauai . '. , .
"The above estimate is based on wirelesses received today from
the other Islands and froin a careful canvass of the situation on
OauM." V, . :
. JfcCASDLliSS DOESST CLAIM VICTORY FOR .HIMSELF.
f L.L. McCandless this morning declined 'to forecast the vote. Ho
did not even claim his own victory. When asked by the Star-Bolje-tin
fore a forecast, he said:
. could not possibly make any forecast of the territorial vote
for delegate, It Is impossible to estimate what effect the false re
ports beinr sent out, such as the Shingle wireless .that I have with
drawn; will have on districts where it may be too late to contradict
CLOSE FIGHT EXPECTED IN COUNTY
Republican Chairman Says the
Straight Ticket Will Be
t '-: -Successful
Predictions of a Republican victory
In the city and county are made all
along the line 'todaV hy Republican
leaders.: One of .them said that the
Democrats themselves claim only one
benator, two supervisors, and two or
three representatives, and that they
are very much worried over the prob
able loss of the sheriffship.
From Republican headquarters to
day the following; forecase on the
mayoralty election1 was given to the
Spoiled Ballots. ....
Chairman B, you Damm, Republican
County Committee, said this after
noon: "From . reports we have received
from every precinct on this islan'd. I
feel confident that we will elect the
Republican' ticket from the top to the
bottom. Kuhio will be an easy win
der over McCandless, and the other
Republican candidates wil be success-
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S A F E S
ALL SIZES IX STOCK.
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd
Merchant and Alakeu Sts. TeL
Kuhio. ' less. Notley. Clark.
2400 641 200
1765 454 150
4000 2964 200 200
650 251 75 50
8815 4310 625 250
ULH&illllLi MJ 1 lillUIl - 1 11111
.'Mcuarthy, RivenDurgn ana
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Fern Claim Honolulu W:ll
According to statements made to a
! Star-Bulletin reporter by leading
Democrats this morning, that party is
going into the battle at the polls to
morrow with high hopes of an over
whelming victory, practically all along
I the line on this island, and with good
I expectations of winning the congres
sional election by a Bmall margin in
the territory. Herewith are some ex
pressions: C. J. McCarthi'. candidate for coun-
; ty treasurer and manager of Demo
cratic headquarters Every thing
looks like a landslide for us. Every
body in the Democratic party is work
ing to win. The small differences over
individual candidates are disappear
ing. Men who had been among the
anti-Jarrett faction are coming in to
say that they are for Jarrett now.
We are positive of two senators, but
do not know which two. We are sure
of two and possibly all three.
B. G. Riventurgh, chairman coanty
committee; We have no particular
forecast to give out. Since Shingle
opened up with wireless statements
that McCandless had withdrawn as
candidate for delegate, it is hard to
say what mischief such false reports
will make. However, Link is trying
! hard to counteract the damage. All
that seems probable is that McCand
less will carry Kauai by a very small
majority, will break even with the
Prince on Hawaii and Maui, and we
are figuring will carry Oahu. which
will give him the election by a small
majority. If he,. loses, it will be on a
close margin. We figure that our
senators are safe. Our representa
tives in the fifth are reasonably safe,
and we expect to break in on the
fourth with at least three.
Mayor Fern Une. All right. The
Democrats will elect the mayor and
all seven supervisors all on the coun
ty ticket from top to bottom. Pu;
that down for me. Link McCandless
will beat Cupid. Ask Shingle if Prince
Cupid bought him for $500. as he says
McCandless bought me to go to Maul
A cable received at the local branch
of the Merchants' Exchange reports
the departure of the Pacific Mail
liner China from San Francisco at
1:40 Saturday afternoon. The vessel
! has cargo and passengers for Hono
1 lulu. Japan and China ports.
BLAZE OF GLORY AT PUAQE
C. A. COTTRILL
Eloquent orator who will sneak for
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4 A. I). CASTRO
Youn? Republican who will urge
On this eve of election day the Re
publicans will do themselves proud
in the way of a monster mass meet
ing, ringing speeches, moving pic
tures, processions, fireworks and
In the grounds of the executive
building, better known as the Palace
grounds, thi6 evening there will be
the biggest rally of the campaign,
barring none. Everybody is invited
and, thousands will doubtless attend.
TbeYe will be the very best of enter
tainment for the women and children
as well as for the men.
The beautiful grounds of the old
Palace, now the territorial executive
mansion, will be gaily illuminated
with electric lights of every hue, arc
lights and incandescents. strings of
the smaller lights being thrown rainbow-like
from tree to tree. Two brass
bands will be in attendance. Some of
the latest and most interesting mov
ing picture films have been obtained
for this occasion, never having been
exhibited here before, and these will
be shown on a huge screen so that all
who so desire may enjoy the perform
There will be fireworks of an ex
cellent order. unk;r the supervision of
Colonel J. Walter Jones and his able
lieutenants, who are thoroughly ac
quainted with the proper way of
handling the pyrotechnical magnifi
cence and will assure 'safety as well
as much pleasure. The fireworks will
be seen from alar, though the besl
view will, of course, he obtained from
the Palace grounds.
Parade Starts Early.
AH the Republican workers of the
sixth and seventh precincts of the
fourth district will assemble at Ala
pai street at G:."i5 o'clock this evening
and will board four special Rapid
Transit cars and pioceed to the resi
dence of Charles Achi in K:ilihi,
Achi's place Leing the rendezvous for
the hundreds who are to make up an
impressive procession, led by a band,
to march to the Bulace grounds and
there join the "big mass meeting.
Having disembarked the sixth and
seventh precinct workers of the
fourth district at Achi's, the four spe
cial cars will hasten to the end of the
Kalihi line a-nd. starting into town
again, will stop at every station to
pick up, free of charge, all persons
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v ROBERT W. SHINGLE -Chairman
Repdbiican Territorial Central Committee
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fOI- SAM l'AIlKEK
Candidate for m.ijor
PEACEFUL AALA PAR
I .one ncKoi ia'ions will) tho hoarfl
of :-iiHTvisors on 1 1 out hand anl
tl)'- Ufpnhli'-an oru:iniz;? ion on th
other having resuliod in tho poat-fful
granting of A;i!a Piirk. thr tinio-honor-ed
arpna for urrrat politifVi inretins,
to tho Doinocrats for their closing
rally of tli campa'cn. t lit- Domorra
tie oounry or-a-iization has takpn tho
best aflvanta.Eo. po??i!'l'' of thp nrivi
lego so far as arraiigcnifiits in advan
ce tire r-oncornefl.
Kor the first, time in many cam
paigns thp Democratic orators and
plationn giy sts '" honor will occupy
the bandstand ior t!ic :isir::i. Th"
pavilion will be decorated with Nnier
ican and Hawaiian tlasis. portraits,
etc.. and. there will be a large amphi
theatre of seats directly in front for
'(J.-iO;: spiakert and fine music" is
the promise of the notices issued for
the rally. "All are knited." as a mat
ter of course. There will be no parade.
li. C. Rivent urgh. chairman of the
Democratic county committee. will
preside. The following candidates and
others will speak, subject to change
. or .
(iEOKtii: F. KENTON
Candidate for cnator
Julius Y. Aseh. ( 1'. laekra 1.. j. .
V,r( 'and less. .1. S. Kalakif la, ('. W. j
Ashford. .1. I j. Cnkn, u'. n. McClel-1
Ian. V. V Jiirrett, ('. .1. McCarthy,!
Judge Qiiarb;-;, H. M. Kaniho, A. J. !
U'irfz, M. C Pacbpfo. ; K. Keawe-f
haku. Joseph Lichtloot, J. J. Fern. 1
POLLS OPEN FROM
EIGHT TO FIVE
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Tomorrow, geneui ekriion
J day. tlie'prdls wjil b- open in all
H precincts from s o lo k in tne
tt morninn until " o'clock in the
evf tn rig.
The Pacific Mail liner Nile arrived
of port at one-thirty this attnocn
;:nri dor ked about two-thirty. She will
lepve for the coast tomorrow morning.
The Pacific Mail litK r Nile, to de j
I 1.1 rt fnr Hl rnacf rlnocflo tnnrniyitT I
will be given the next mail destined
b-r San Francisco.
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Act of Secretary Surprise to All
but Himself and the
AS TO HIS SUCCESSOR
Special Cable to Star-Bulletin
Brings News Taft Accepts
the Resignation '
Special Star-Bultoin CablnJ
WASHINGTON, D. C.f Nov. 4.
President Taft today , . accepted the
resignation of Territorial Secretary E.
A. Mott-Smith, to become effective
with the appointment and qualifica
tion of hit successor. No selection of
a successor has yet been ma4e. : It Is
understood Mott-Smith's resignation Is
based on his desire to obtain a more
C. 8. ALBERT.
This announcement, which comes
as a big surprise to everyone save the
Secretary himself and Governor
Frear, is confirmed by Mott-Smith to
day. His resignation was forwarded
by mail to the President October T9,
and the information given above, con
veyed to blm by; the 8tar-BulIetln,
was the first intimation he had receiv
ed of the receipt of his resignation by
- He says he has no idea as to whom
bis successor in office will be, and
will-continue to serve until the man
is appointed and qualified in accord
ance with, .the, Iw;
" ri -amquittlng because Tfeel tha:
nave, done my share in the public
eejtviceV aaJd- UotuSmJth. and intern!
returning to private life as an attor-
neyra-law.: ; I, was compelled to drop
my law pracuce aDounive years ago
and in the interval niy public service
has been of little or no financial pro
fit to me. I feel now that I have done
my share of work for the public, and
that I am now entitled to work for
"I was appointed for a term of four
J ears, taking office in August. 1907.
I had expected to retire last Decern
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LOST MASONIC EMBLEM IS
FOUND ON KOREAN YEAR AFTER
Freak of Fortune and Quick
ness of Friend Restores
Pin to Owner
Henry W. Diggs of this city Is a
happy man. A freak of fortune, cou
pled with quickness of thought on the
part of a friend, has restored to him
a handsome and valuable Masonic em
blem after It had been lost for just a
On October 19 of last year Mr.
Diggs lost a beautiful Knight Templar
thirty-second emblem. His name was)
engraved on the inside, and he adver-i
WHY RATH WILL VOTE FOR PARKER
Jamues A. Rath, head worker of Pa
lama settlement, closely in touch with
he actual police conditions of Hono
lulu, declines to support Sheriff Jar
reft for re-election. Instead, he will
cast his vote for Capt. Parker.
Declarirg that under Sheriff Jar
rett's administration evil conditions
are on the increase, that the depart
ment lacks organization and effi
ciency, and that the police wink at
breeches of the law, Mr. Rath this
morning affirmed that Parker should
"I told Jarrett two months aothat
I could not support him for re-election."
taid Mr. Rathe today, when
asktd by the Star-Bulletin what his
opinion, as a man identified with so
cial betterment work, i3 as to the
"I do not say there is graft in the
department! in fact, I think the de
partment is free from it. but it lacks
organization, and the police certainly
seem to look on at open breeches of
;he law without taking action.
"I have had a fairly good opportun
ity of judgi'ig how efficient the de
partment is through my work at Pa
iama. Eight years ago, when I came
to Honolulu, Palama was a. perfectly
safe place for people to go about in.
It is so no longer. The streets at
times are filled with women of im
moral character. The police give one
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Issues Hot Statement John1
son Thinks Taft Won't Get
Anu ITIorrrtrfif Unfoc
fAssoclated Prw Cable)
OYSTJER BAY,'N. Y- NOV. 5. On -
Roosevelt today Issued a "sensational '
statement charging an unfair eombin.
ation of : Republicans and Democrats,
I rs i.f, lilmttf in4 Dm. '
gresalvo candidates.' ; ; :
Col, Roosevelt declares that the Rs-
publican bosses' evorywhers art corn
Wnlng ;.with the Democrats to dsftat
tha Progressives. v ' ;: . -: v ' . ;
v? PROVIDENCES n. U Nov. 4.Q0V.
Hiram Johnson,' pult Moots candidate
for Vice-PrisWenf, today Issued .'a
statement.. predicting 1; that Taft' wilt -
POWERS DISCUSSING ST
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(Associated Press Cable) ; -"'
LONDON, Eng Nov. . 4-Tewfllc
Pasha today notified Great CKtaln)
mat ne oesires meciation oy ene kow
era to stoD tha Balkan armies In their
advance. : He demanded that the Povt
era negotiate difectly with tha CirVin
Allies. Aine i-owers repusa , w.zy'
cannot request an -arm ;tka 4 but will
ba glad to; submit pjtc4 propria l
wnicn luinejr win ars. - 7 ' . 5 , .
ADRIANOPLC,. Turkey Nov.' 4.-J
ine lurKisn garn&an t resistance is
swindling; the artillery firs' la sJacktn-
Ing. and reports are that famine is al-
readying creating havoc . among, td
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Nov!. ,4 Tha cap
tured Turks complain . . that a: faulty
commissariat Is responsible for thtlr
defeats. They say they wars 'Starved
for four days before thsy gave up
Kirk Kilisseh. ;. ' . v .
Han A A.ArtoJ.rnlr Dt altlouil .
LIOU CKUCllCii JJUl TV lUiVU k . Iff".
suits. Alter some montns ne gave np
the emblem for lost. v
Then, on October 4 of this year Fred
T. Williams nf WaiaTua raw a Korean
plantation laborer wearing a peculiar
pin. He looked at it and saw it was a
Masonic emolem, and immediately - he
ItLUKHIZCU I I1C CLUL'ieUl LUUL UiH-ICM. -
personal friend, had lost He grabbed '
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The laborer said he had got the pin
from Walmea hnf hia ifnrv was Ttni
verv clear. At anv rate. Williams cot"
the pin away from him and sent it to
Diggs. ':' ' r .
excuse or another for failure to stop
this evil, but they do not stop it. U
odes seem to .me that evil conditions
so open in character can be stopped.
I hive seen officers looking on at
violations of the laws without making
any attempt to stop the violation. Ap
parently they do not care.
"I have known Capt. Parker for
borne eight years. Of the two, he is.
I believe, the mose desirable man for
sheriff, and I shall vote for him to
morrow. I cannot vote for Jarrett,
knowing as I do the truth about pres-;
STORES CLOSED ALL DAY,
BANKS AFTER 12 O'CLOCK
Tomorrow will be practically a bus
iness holiday. All the banks will close
at VI o'clock and practically all of the
.stores, the Merchants' Association
I having decided that it would recom
I mend all-day closing, which will be
observed by the larger establishments
and most of the smaller ones.
A hearing In vomntary bankruotcv
nerore Kereree w. w. Haray nas Deen
granted Arthur Aiwohi, public auto-
mnhilo rl rover- whn hna filed a nott. '-
Hon setting his debts at $4628.45 and
assets at 1333.50.