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PUBLIC VOp TO
SHORT OF !
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is a splendid
time to have
those pictures taken.
Before the holiday
rush begins we can
take plenty of time to
get ?cquainted and
bring out your best
Also we have
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H. K. Bishop, the new s:ijerinten- We have arranged for transporta-I
dwit of public works, arrived in Hono-ltion for voters in all the precincts," j
lulu 'his morning with his wife? onjRaid Col. C. J. McCarthy at Demo-,
thf Wilhelmina. from Hilo. and atjeratic headquarters this morning.'
once assumed the duties of his office. i-'e are not so well fixed for runners. '
He held a lengthy consultation with Being short of money, we cannot car-i
thp Governor. discussing the many j ry out our original plans for hiring
important subjects which will require j runners, but hope to be able to secure
act on at an early date, among these enough volunteer runners to make a
the lorin fund commissions, of which (pretty fair showing.
tne sii;rintfndent of public works is ; -VYe did expect to get more money
a member x-offirio. x
Chairman Petrie and- Mr. Johnson,
engineer for the Oahu loan fund com
mission, participated in a part of the
morning conference, giving Mr. Bish
op information concerning the twelve
largp projects which that body as
present has on hand-
The Governor and Mr. Bishop, to
gether with Architect Ripley and Col.
Jones, will confer next Thursday af
ternoon on the plans for the new ar
mory. It is understood the plans are
finished and await only the superin
tendent's approving signature for ac
tual building operations to begin. An
effort is to be made to startt the con
struction of the armory before the end
of the present month.
Rapid Patting of the Sailing Vessel.
Art Idea of the rapidly with which
the sailing ship is disappearing Is con
veyed in figures given In the new vo
lumes of Lloyd's Register, The
world's sailing vessel fleet now totals
little more than 4,000,000 tons, where
as the merchant steamers of the globe
are in excess of 40,000,000. On the
assumption that one ton of steam is
equal : to three of sail, steamers now
do thirty times as much of the carry-.'
ing trade as sailing craft.
from people around town, but many
of those approached said that they
were Republicans and, while they
were not satisfied with 'their party
ticket, they could not consistently
contribute to the Democratic cam
"Another difficulty is with regard
to sample ballots. It was our desire
to have sample ballots printed, but
from our experience in former cam
paigns we are reluctantly obliged to
forego that assistance to voters. In
prior campaigns we were given the
wrong steer regarding the form of tal
1 lots, so that our samp:es did not cor-
rectly correspond to the official pa
per. Consequently, rather than getting
out a misleading form we will not
have any sample ballots.
"The other side."Cof. McCarthy
complained, "has thes advantage of
the right tip and will' therefore be
equipped with sample ballots." ,
The third Mahuka site case, to deter
mine the award that shall be made by
the federal government to the owners
tl the building site in which the Office
Supply Company is ituated, went to
the jury at 9:30 o'clock this morning.
The new act of Congress, requir
ing that all passenger steamers car
ry twe wireless operators, went into
effect on October 1, and hereafter at
all times of the day and night there
will be "sparks" hovering over the
key, prepared to catch any "S. O. S."
call that may be flashing through the
ether. Nearly 100 additional operat-
following the reading of the court's t ors are required to fill the new posts.
Instructions. The fury spent the re- The fair sex has already gone into the
mainder, of the morning In delibera- j field, and it is-predicted that ere long
tion, and a' verdict is expected at an there will be more than one mistress
early hour thit afternoon. I of the key in the coastwise service.
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TTie following figures are presented to Republican voters, who may, at this time.
be. considering whether or not. on November 5 th next, they will vote a S T R A I G H T
PARTY ticket or a SPLIT TICKET. Four years ago NORMAN WATKINS
was DEFEATED' in ' his nin for Supervisor by the votes of the 3d, 4th and 5th Pre-
cincts; who SFLIT THEIR TICKETS.
. v The normal Democratic vote of these precincts may be considered the vote cast
for Fern for Mayor as follows:
Total Democratic Strength 202 votes
4.' ' ' .
MGfellans and Wailns
v iri- tfie same precinct ijvai as 'follows :
5 th Precinct
Total Democratjc Strength .
Republicans voting for McCIellan 186
The vote in the whole county for Walkins and McCIellan was as follows:
McCIellan DEFEATED Watkins by ) 167 votes
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Now since Watkins LED the supervisorial ticket in the 3d, 4th and 5th Precincts
it is reasonable to assume that the Republicans in those precincts wanted HIM elected in
preference to any other candidate, and yet the figures show that the Republican votes
cast for McCIellan were really the means of DEFEATING Watkins.
Now, on the eve of another election day; there is talk of Republicans splitting the
SENATORIAL and SUPERVISORIAL tickets, but it is hoped that a study of the
above figures may convince them that the SPlilT TICKET is often the means of
DEFEATING the CANDIDATE or CANDIDATES best qualified and whom
they MOST DESIRE TO ELECT.
REPUBLICAN - CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
Torchlight procession 1g
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Supervisor Harry Murray spent a
lor era iinrt nf vpatprdflv eamnaieminer
around the" island against a candidate berwtth Governor Frear, but the Ku
of his own party, Edwin H. Fans.
Murray and Kruger took the muni
cipal auto and according to reports,
somewhere, in ..their, wanderings they
had a misoap 'with 'It "
' Not only is Murray campaigning
among the Hawaiians against Paris,
but he Is credited with being the au
thor of a card issued last Saturday
night on which is given the names of
nine supervisorial candidates. The
"Take this tip! The next board of
supervisors will be composed of seven
of the nine men here named: Notley,
Bartlett, Cox, Arnold, McCIellan, Pe
trie, Long, Enos and Markham. Vote
for seven. There are other good men
running but they have no chance of
A report was circulated that Bart
lett was responsible for the card but
it was proved today thkt he had abso
lutely nothing to do with It Murray
handed one of the cards at least to
another Republican candidate lastSat
urday night and yesterday' he was lin
ing up all the opposition possible to
Bartlett said 'today that he had noth
ing to do with the card and declared
that he is supporting Paris with ajl
of his strength. "I went so far as to
tell the Manoa voters last Saturday
night that If they couldn't vote for me,
to leave one blank on the supervisor
ial ticket in order to help Paris and
keep a Democrat rrom running ahead
of him," said Bartlett frankly today.
"I had nothing to do with the card
and it is unfair to all of us to spread
a rumor like that."
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fui. Our senatorial ticket will be giv
en a strong vote.
"The talk stirred up by Democrats
and a few disgruntled Republicans
that some of the haole pre
cincts will knife the Hawaiian can
didates and vice versa has proved to
be groundless and has been a boomer
ang upon the Democrats. The Fourth
district is going to give hearty sup-
ncrt to tne Firtn dutnet candidates
hio charges against the Governor ap
peared, and feeling that the adminis
tration was tinder fire I decided to
frtay until that trouble had been set
tled: '. -
I rented law offices down town
which I have kept for nearly a year,
paying the rental and permitting the
dust to accumulate in them, expecting
to be able at almost any 'moment to
lake possession and make active use
"Now that the administration has
acquitted itself, and has , been thor
oughly vindicated, I feel at liberty to
go back to my own affairs as orig
inally intended." .
Mott-Smith's resignation Is made
with the full approval of the Gover
nor, who In writing has expressed
deep regret at the loss of a highly ef
ficient assistant but admits that in
justice he cannot longer be detained
Secretary aV the tetter's personal
Secretary. MottSmith has been in
the public service in various capaci
ties since 1897, when he was first
made a member of the board of Immi
gration. He was Minister of Foreign
Affairs and ex-officio minister of pUb
lie, instruction in 1899-1300, member of
the board of education in 1901-2, mem
ber of the board of health in 1902-i,
and president of the . board of health
for two years and three months, end
ing' in'August of last year.
Governor Frear announced this af
ternoon that he has sent no recom
mendation to the President for a suc
cessor to the Secretary.
Asked if any other resignations
have been sent the President, the
Governor replied in the negative. H?l
stated that the only important ap
i pofntments in the Territory made di
rectly by the national chief executive
are for the offices of Governor, Terri
torial Secretary, and Justices of the
He praised Mott-Smith's work high
ly, declaring that much of the best
sanitation and health improvements
now existing here have been due di
rectly to Mott-Smith's influence. a3
member of the board of health.
Immediately following -the news of
Mott-Smith's resignation a rumor
spread downtown that plans have vir
tually been perfected whereby he is to
become president of the Guardian
Another rumor that gained currency
about the same time was that Charle3
P. Hemenway, former Attorney Gen
eral and known to be close to the ad
is tin ess : good
fit these are
tne things to
ldok for in
for a Gentle
you will find
with the hun
care and i kill
that mark the i
finest of hand j
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MAPJEUVER UMPIRES LEAVEiVZl
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Eight.Of f icers of Western Divi
. sion Take tne Thomas
: T to Coast , .
: Eight officers of the Western Divi
sion, who came here from the various
mainland stations to act - as" umpires
and observers ln! the recent maneuv
ers of. the array of Oahu; will cleave
cn the transport Thomas for Saii
Francisco tomorrow," aftef a "stay; of
pearly "a month In; Honolulu. : s ,i : -;v
This list ' includes; Major George R
McMan us, inspector general, who com
pleted; the field inspection of the mo
bile army during the maneuver period
and who also ; made an 1 Inspection 'of
the' Coast Artillery, and ;of the prop
erty aid accounts of all 'posts and of
department headquarters. "While it is
an Ironclad regulation that Inspectors
do . not give r or the results of : thef r
observations until their formal report
goes through the proper ? caannela,
commanding' officers can usually tell
what impression their command
have made, and about' how they are
being judged, by the questions which
are asked by the inspector, and ;by
the various points which are brought
t6' 'light; il ls understood that every-c-ne
connected with i the , department
was well pleased wjth, the Inspection
Just closed, and that is a fair indica
tion that the inspector himselt found
everything to his satisfaction
"This visit to Hawaii has been ex
tremely pleasant to me personally,''
said Major McManus, "and Iam more
than . glad that -official business
brought me here. The maneuverb
were both; interesting and instructive,
and I, watched the work of both
armies in ;the field 'with-much inter
est. This is my first extended visit
to Hawaii, and the "'more I see of.it
the more I like it. I hope that I can
get back again before long."
. There will probably " be no
more inspections of the Department
of Hawaii until next Spring. Regula
tions require a regular inspection dur
ing the fiscal year, and what is known
asi field . inspection during the calen
dar year. The former inspection was
made by Lieutenant Colonel George
Bell last May, and the field Inspec
tion is the one just completed.
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VM.UOI! (JEOItfit IT. clIAM
' fe'atunlay .nlgh'ti su a ,wlnd-up to
montU i of '.strenuous . work, ; Gc:
Macomb f ave dinner at the , Pa
Club to the organization commas
Governor Frear,' and the Ins-pec
and.'umpiijes who "are returning or.
morrow's transport:' -
FolloWiflg are those '.who sat
to table'; j ' General ? M. M. Mac
fJk)vernor W. F. Frear, Secretary
A.; Mott-3hilthDr. C. B. Cooper,
I. A. Wilcer, CcL GJ K. McGunr. -Col.
W. V AVilder, Col. F. if,'Fre:
Lt. Col. .Archibald cWpbell; MaJ,
H. Noble, j MaX B. , Fi Cheatham, !
G. Blakely, Maj. J.-Ji. Fnn, MaJ.
H- McMahus, MaJ.iV P. Woe
MaJ. H. Ff McCIttre, Maj. W. M. Cn
shank; Cabt. M. F. Srhlth. Capt. R.
Cutis, Cat. H. J. Brbes, Capt W.
Burtt, Cajt. A. M. Shjpp, Capt. D. :
Caskey, Capt. J. M: l?yson,' Lt. G.
Turner. LU F. M. 'Andrews, u '
PARCELS POST WILL
Transportation equipment on some
routes in these islands will have to be
leinforced or changed entirely, when
the parce'ls post schedule goes into -effect
on January. Where a saddVe
horse has sufficed for a carrier before,
a pack-mule or two may be required
when folks get into the way of send
ir.r parcels by mail, and buggies of
backboards may have to be replaced
URGES FOURTH NOT
TO KNIFE! HAWAIIAN
Norman Watkins made, , a talk ;
Manoa Tennis Club grounds last S .
urday night that Impressed the vofe:
gathered at the Republican meetir
deeply. "I would feela3hamed to g
a . Mg vote here and fin one, of n
Hawaiian runnirrg-miates thrown dow
and given a small vote," he declare
"I ask your' support lior all of the
running for supervifri and we shmi!
'a iii ov,,,- .niAnri,i ! ministration, mlgnt be asked to accept ; bvltrucks. Probiblv on some of thp : Svp the Hawaiian (thfe same r stro
i llii.'jr mil 6,' u-S in iap QU.
straight ticket strength as it has al
ways done. Col. Sam Parker haa gam
id greatly in strength during the past
two weeks and Fern's methods have
loit him support in both districts. '1 he
Democrats are going to be sadly !?
appointed in the defeat of their super
visorial ticket and we will go ngni
down the line with all our randidates-
The University Club will get full re
turns tomorrow night on both national
and territorial elections. Arrangements
have been made with the Star-Bulletin
whereby this paper furnishes the club
with Complete returns, beginning at 7
o'clock and extending as late as desir-e0.
The Metropolitan Meat Market will
close at noon tonlorrOw (election day).
j bell roads, where automobiles are now ' Hia
usejd. there will be little need 0f:distrlct-
. change other than adding to the num
ber or size of machines. George
Carr, assistant tuperintendent
Trails, has the matter in hand.
CHIEF McDUFFIE STOPS
ing in nfLl
Friday succeeding in n jibbing, the rjn
leaner or tne iiizo-Punchbowl dlstr:
ffcaacp, namely .Maauel Texlera, wh
j new is in custody. X
?i;!ce l!xcn McDuffiej har made Xli
i rounds of all metin?4 keeping op?
n uni inn nnuiniiiia Krn ye rcr any inters oeni c
i CAmrAIGN ROWDYISWIi starting a row. His attention havln
I i ; l-ren drawn to th condition, throu?
Following, the recent exposure in ; the coiumn. r.f tiiis paDer, the detect
Corrected figures of the sale of the
Campbell homestead buildings and
contents, by Mr. Schwarzberg of Mor
gan's on Saturday give $2097 for
buildings and $3002.75 for contents, a
total of S5099.7S. In addition to the
more notable items mentioned else
where, a dining set of five pieces wld
for $lf-l. and a laurel wardrobe, such certain toughs in an endeavor to mari
as cannot bo duplicated here today, Republican meetings. Chief of Dftecr-i
was a fine bargain ro the purchaser ivea McDuffie himself undertook t u x'tibiting at Montgomery, Ala-f
at $f0. ruii jtlte disturbers to earth, on last 2ix feet and was killed. '
the. Star-Bulletin of the fact that sys-,iv- f li(f !o-t no time in getting aftc.
j temtic rowdyism was indulged in by u-e giiiTiy parties. ;
.nv.is M if chll. an aviator, whir