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nOKOLTJiyO; fiTAfrBOTJ XTIN, TUESDAY, KOy nl 012.
PJLEY H. ALLEN
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rJf k icli O i)riwri, iri lore, tcfitif fatthj for
ftith 'hhnt ntift nrr? y irv: 1frrhk i'trhlrth
hiauVtlicU lifilt, toyetl nor dock ihe on? thine
without the-: oJiMiretaAUia--; iYK?-d
; The Rtar-Bnlletin invito rite ploople Ilont
1 ul u to Ik? its piestfl tonight to witness the elre
I ion rpturos whiehiwill Xtc flsinliod on Heroer 8
f rom Jtepublican ; hulqiiatter, : Fort. and : M
h ant ,Rtrt?tnnd at The ClarfoD, Fort and. Mo
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j VOTE -MIGHT .OUT
From , precinct rt urri recckod during the
nrning and up ; -'"to-the time of oin topres
' ' m aftrmoon, it is iipparont that-the' voto Ltodaj
. ill Ik ii riusnallv heavy.' :'Z A 1-
Fine weather, the closeness' of the battle ,be
tv'een 'the rival candidates'and. the thorough or
: i i za t i on o f f Ik) 1 1 i K epu hi ican and Dem pcra 1 1 c
cinet workers has resulted , in - cettinc:. ont
' at promises to he an unprecedented vote. A
. ( vM. 'oMhe ivsults .is, -of course impossible,
i-ept to' my' -that the Democrats feel certain
'X- nrc4 '-ettihji; the ' hilk of the Fifths district
Hot and that rr -turn earlv this afternoon in-
!.' :ite..that this condition is . confined to two or
; -M-cincts. rSeveral Fourth district ; pre
, t ; are. voting kIowIv and workers around the
n port Koine Kcratching in progress. 'floi
:', it is declared that the Fourth district' Re
1 limns are supiortin the; Fifth district fte-
. ; .::o are nawanans in . even : mc: w
: v ..:h 'than was anticipated.; In other words,
; 'knifing' is found ' than advance report?
r.ev.vfona of elect injballot;. containing
tv i":;a'tion,; or nonp::rti.cnn; deigna
' i , : v 1 ,.v hefore the name of each
1 : :l! d in rapid voting, and even
. . ; c a ty t icket is Handlod quick
y. . . voter.
i. - 1...!!; tir.'r is promising evenly and
, , Ah Ik:' u C. .!:!. (,: k rly iwaiiac
,rr of the.'activ-
of tacli ar-
i ; cvidi-a.t t'..at :
had promiiql to give; every aiitabc. in f their
:y The following
Dayi, novelist; jshort stoi writernd perhaps
t Im best 4-'reporter, in America ; ;Frederict; Pal
mer, novel l8t,V and 'comspondent for Aniecan
Lynch Will ianis, novelist ; C. Pi Connolly, pro
f eflimhckrakervh h tyte; lately .fim'adeiich
pibyiibtticiw:b'n the wurte ; vAkrhnrWeyl,
been cidled" the' leait; statement Progressive
principl;! I(X: 3Iaeirianeergyra
Marcosson,'J authori ty - on t finance ; VV illLant AK
!en WliiteJ hi wheel-horse 6t;tbe? progressive
movement whose literary acttvitiies are too wide
a' . t of tie vuU t:; ..V(
.ro.-golag to : the ;a;Il.
( tiraate of the sentiments
4 7 r i' fv
d laany j't;;ile have 'wondered -how' the
' ! a : t V: h a s ra r. na grd to get so much
ira! ' pu'uiicity.in cewspapera, on
m violr-ntly -opposed' to Koosevelt.
haaatkai la.; in the fact that the Pro
hava had a rca aihahle group of rit
dling the ir publicity,' - and most of s the
was voluntary. . -,; :,:;r a-.:-jj.-;vfc-
story'; really began when Fmlerick' Pal
r, the" war c r:. i andent, ca.me into camp and
aatc ids' service. 4You know? he said,
at raost of the magazine writers are Progres
v a. Whv don't vou use them? Ifm willing to
ive ray servicis free, for anything I ?an doT? ..
h?t vera I other magazine writers volunteered,
t' ai Will Irwin, enganl in Vriting fiction in
i ;.e country, had an idea which sent him iosting
o li radquarters in Osew York, rIt s get tip a
: yiidica'te- of" magazinV- writerj' lie i said; :.and
,ive one Prpgrcfssive newspaper in every city- a
torv every day, written and signed bv a man
ni' woman well known, in the magazine world.w
Ilichanl Hardiig) had already declared
( himself ah ardent Progressive and gone to work
I on the FtmhiW'.'T
and lie also became enthusiastic, - The result was;
a, a informal nweting last week Tat which the iuat
FranktA; Sfjirisey, whose . iriagazineT speaks j for
itself ; Samuel 3ferwin,
Calumet -and mpreintix thor orThe
Citadel,' a-statement In fiction xf Progressive
Henry; lvitchell Yebstert author oiinnumerable
novels : and magazine articdes ;fVoods
Ilutchinson,' writer; of popular science for pop-
Yorlc and Bert Leston, Taylor ; ofhico, . w.ho
divide betwt t a them the honor f being the: wit-
eonthe inimitable cartoonist "and . humor is t in
the Chicago Tribune ; G corner Fitchthehumbr-
1st : Edna ; 'Ferher,- whee' Emma' rMcChesney
siones ana lively numoruus rvpuruuii vuc uuium
al convent ions havelbrpnghiier ' sudden . recent
fame ; r.WallacerIrwin, probably the most prpmi;
nent American -writer of :light; vree,and hejail
thor'cf i47he Japanese School Boy-' ;':.nisJbrot;
er,- Vill IrwinJ article "writer and novelist. : 5
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V; H':S.VFezs&. do not telephone the Advertiser office for ,
' news cf the. election tonight vre cannot fttnil8li;iii-:
rfornjatioak-We nust bavehe line cleat 'for thV re-,
" cc;; t cf the returns'to be shown on thev King 'street a "
v ::'screiur Advertlser.'tfi; !:'Mt ::
) AR-has alyniysfe
Bulletin if yon want to et-the news. ;;;.:a:!
This paper has' twrt:sp!eiaHtejephones for
ight and the public 1 invited' to can
up th? Star-Bulletin a much it pieces, and
it '.in get ah answer.; '"hThev StaBullciinVnever
has to f'ini up f hap. The ppocial number are
1 : ; and 4a35a" fTUejc-ular Star-Bulletin
'plioncs will pro! ably vnot be in use. : ?
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;wWillian Jenhing3 Bryan;iwho"oughttd -:be
something of 'ri politicat propheby;
having missed fonr successive cajupa-igns to pick
a winner is now; tipping off Wilson ;atli6 next:
j V According W ai dispatch ; ; f rom Constanti
nople, aT"rkeydost 5 The; troitble with theai
of Turkey us ' that it was taught the gposestep
instead of. marksmanshipg - It's VeyidenUyhard
lo leacn an oiu x urKt-j ? uew ; ixii:KJv:
Roosevelts claim of ;a plotcomtt
ocraticland Bepublican jstrehgth w
win 'much' attention; ' It -is not of record that
the , Bull Jloose party has jref used to open wide
its ranks to men of any iaitliV ;";-,v?:!:;; ::
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of your system' tay ind ton
(wbrkvto dojh' the next ;q:jriti;ivsV'
- Georgo Carter ad)l
work and corralled t wenty writers, all of whom
av .it r i ri i
Editor Honolnlo Star-Bulletin, ' "
a Sir;inilions tr dollawl re V pnt
eTery year in search of health hat, nn
fortonateljf . by the sxealxnajorlty; of
men itlia never found. - We forget, or
da not knov, that it:li often lying at
our door, and can generally "? be ..had
without money and without price and
generally at-hut little trouble, ' -'
f Of course, sood health- is largely a
gift froma heavep and from ouraiore
fathers. but in most cases it is a gift
that Is .wasted through ignorance or
through pure carelessness. :The first
requirements of good health are said
to be plenty -:. of fresh air, ; plenty, of
sleep, and plenty of exercise. Swim
ming and asea bathiag vara not only
good exercises but they are said to be
the antidote for this climate.' And it's
a great ; pity that' more people do not
enjoy this invigorating and beneficial
exercise; cWal king of which 4 r most
people hare a decided dislike., is also
.well kndwn to be good exercise; There
are, dozens of, exercises that not only
improve the neaitn, out jn some cases
have -wen known to cure disease,
Exercise also keeps the. body sup
ple, ,"' straight ;; and ; strong, t Resides
these: there are , breathing exercises
that are ssaid to Increase ;the appeUte,
the: digestion,' the circulation ana to
cure consumption.' j - lfti4r-ivI--U'''
: A. proper diet and the'Fletcherixing
of one's food. is also one of the aids
to good health, af la also the mating or
nuts and .fruit and the -drtnaing ,of
plenty of water hetween meals. -Jt is
also, important not to eat i too much
food and to use some Judgment in 6ft-
lecting it : A fast oncei in a while is
now considered one of; the roads to
health. A three days'; fasti causes , no
great distress .; and may,t-andv often
does; do a great qeat oi : gooav -1
5 Cheerfulness Is a great aid to' good
health;' and . perfect ' health it 'is .said
pannot be secured withodt It, -vv
. Thefe are : many exercises Hhat can
be done without any apparatus tf any
kindand; which 'are recommended by
such :'men as Sandow; ' Bockmani rJDr.
Handr- and" -many ; others and ;wblch
are s pleasure Vto do,'and which: cause
no, inconvenience whatever Of. course
there are ; more strenuous, exercises
for. stronger men, and which will do
wonders in building a man up. - The
writer, does not claim ahat exercise
Is a cure-all or that doctors are nev
er needed,- but he does claim that thsf
would be less of ten: required.. if more
elerclse were taken and if more at
tention were given to the laws of hy
glne -.To live the simple life and ; to
love everything that Is beautiful In
nature and art also makes for health,
as does alscrtheioye of little children
,-'-K v.-y Yours very4truly, x ,''.'-;.-;..
Editor, Honolulu- Star-Bulletin,-v.".'
" Sir: -I hope every t young man in
America has; "read-'; that particle V by
Christy Mathewsorf tommenting' on the
loss of the last game ' In' the . world's
3 ri3. : i Cut' It out, bdys.' - Read It. till
yea ; know itr by heart' Tell the: next
g z z. t rati on' at on 1 1 1-? i t cughr. to have
a pl-ca in our school histories." ' " ' .
7 'WTiat a fine series 5it WasJ f But did
you' all notice that in all. the records
from the mainland papers' there l3,no
mention made of any ansry; words be
tween opposing" players, no ' abuse of
these - who, having' ;done', their '; best,
failed; no disputing' a 'single decision
cf an umpire! -Where' else' but in
America could that have happened ?
And now comes 5 this article : by
Christy Mathevson, ; the - pitcher who
lost the last game for the Giants No
tice the fine spirit with; whlchJ he re
bukes those Of us who were laying the
blame ' on -Snodgrass; the chUdish
simplicity- and exultation with which
he. rejoices in -his managers- congrat
ulatiohsi! the, courtesy In; his , praise
of Bedient's pitchingr his sympathy
for Murray; jwe had forgotten who
Murray was,' or: .why be Ineeded sym
pathy) ;, the maghanimity with 'which
he assumes the entire' blame for"! the
defeat, saving ;M1 ought not' to ; have
walked Yerkes"; ? the sterling" honesty
with" which4 he Insists, "No,? I; did not
lose control; I tried to get him to
strike; at a bad one"; and the hope in
that climax,; ?FIne weathers for f rtht
football - season ! Iis fooU.i on ? the
past it is a .closed incident.'' A cheer
ing optimismvthat; Providence, is-smu-
ing on the future,' and he' is still capa
ble of ,eiUoylng;-ita3i;i.?-
i V And our :. national : sport develops
many T auch ' men; Let-. us teach-base
ball to the nations - Let it; ; rather
than ' war,, be the future means of de
veloping thosevelementsvafi strength
In : eharacter-courage; fortitude; pa-
clalm ; you hero!; -' Strong, courageous.
Ingenuous,:! sympathetic,, courteous,
magnanimous, honest, hopeful victor
ous l . Tbe: Recording Angeij who - -13
keeping score on us all may chalk up
some, errors against you but, you are
not the; fellow to ,try ; to ,-iay ;
blame of them on another 1 1 , want to
be" there when the Umpire , proclaims
you victor! ; ; , ' J S V -" . W; v':,
r. a lUFrqitD:
W. J PIERCE, of tos Angeles. . Is
in the city seeking to repair hfs heal-
th."1 -' ' i. ' ..,i-v'' -. ; N. ;
4 BENJAMIN SCHMIDT of. San Fran
cisco accompanied by Mrs, Schmidt,';
are visiting in the city. ;?:
MRS. DORA ISENBERG, of Uhue.
and.'Mra. C. Wolter of , Naalehu, are
in the city on a shopping; trip : p i
, J. M, CUMMINGS of San Francisco,
who Is making a tour of the Islands,
returned yesterday ; from the Volcana
OSCAR KATZ of Rochester. ; New
York, is' In the city on a business trip.
Mr.; M, McMILLAN of Reno, Nevada,
returned yesterday , from .a trip to the
Volcano, ite is making a tour, of the
Island a, accompanied ;by- Mrs, McMIl
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UUK OH ELECTION'' EVE
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':.: ;ahy vatcKind (inanya good; watch ' r
i V becomes ! un rcl iahle V in Hawai i's jiu m i d
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S speciarcase are equal' to every testi, V : r
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-Sing Na, aiaundryman, was arrest- ca.t-J r.i.al ; -21
ed yesterday for alleged complicity in charged with larceny h C.3 r
the th?'t of a watch fron a workman c!--rr v-' r :
j-r --i - r'j TJ i "TT?:M tience; and ont forget? that it has
horle.:a also Ita force la aeVeloptiir-thoaa
Immediate vieinitTral ; ments;of; beau'tyovesympay.and
Kv:,.r,,v:;.,,r :-.;-;:?:-y helpfulness.? .ff:?4..
;.:,:i.o;l .. Jvti ;;;It;ts'ar;disUnct tossoliawaiihat
i- ITnTA ron votpit vol?. If nOL cast TOlir Tote we are not to have a visit from t the
f or progress. Ererjr man i counts in - that kinjl
"v' :.i, ' t'i-''"i s. to'S ' f -.'fvVii ?f v TS.
- .Four rears from how t the h suffragists will
probably be Tvuth us malesi- 'Here s hoping, any
tcr rwas 'put on 'fcttWQr;Inpin ' ' ' 'W? ' 5 v jr;
cxjkTience'? a .a-ina : It will be hard tofind another smile I ike; that
writerr---aiid,';W; 'newspaperman exuding from Retiring Secreta
"ive tn t wo wk8 of his time to act as "tity ;;;;;;v,!;u ' ' -r rr.fjr-;
, ; i t ( ;t" and set' t he pyndieam going; He tnt to f ITo ITawaiPs promotion ..assets add Bccretary
Fisher. -Y' , . " r f 'a - : f - ': : f
(Continued from asa 1)
!n tho-Mahuka'aite cases,'vAlthough
..ly 493.448.1S remain of this author
:,-cd sum. it .ls; freely' declared, that
g E O. Hall site Is Jar more valu
t !e than any one; of rthe tirstthreeLmate was set at about 18000.
: A Jury for the j last site hearing doubtedly also hada jntterial Influ
probably will not be caJled untll'some oce -'M'VthplT8'deUl)eraUoIl9.'
time will be occupied during the nexi the-laxireturnsi- Or.nw ihm t
returns are not given much considera
tion, but it Is how 'thought that this
fortnight with the disposition ot crim
inal ases on ; the October term cal-
iiIw. JHrys verdict 4oes not in- Jurors were sworn to accept, cost the
die ate what: valuation it nlaced on the nM.i.tM.t a . Tw-
7r. r.;.BA?--,rai much more Lad not this strets
I been placed ion the tax returns of &e
New? York team, as, planned I. for. , the
winter..:. It" would be an uplift ,to. our
young men to clasp the hand of suph
a man a& Christy Mathewson .
f Orand JOld Spprt? You.t lost s the
game, but you wbn In the hame. of
all - true 1 lovers of clean sport, 1 pro-
f. Link McCandless Democratic candi
date for delegate, late yesterday . de
claredconfidence in his election, al
though earlier In the day he had re
fused to make any predictiori on the
vote for; delegate.- Later he said: ;
;' "Messages have" now been sent by
some big people here f am informed,
to some of the - larger , plantations
throughout the ;Territorr, requesting
support for me and I feel Certain that
the' results will be shown thi3 evening
When the returns . begin to come in.
It will mean something of a surprise
to" those who have been told' that Ku-hio-would
make a clen sweep of the
outside districts, and had believed
that bluff. I am; confident not only of
making an excellent showing but of
winning the .election, for this 13 a
Democratic year- and I am a Demo
"In regard to this Important prlnci
'; of protection for Hawaii's staple
Industry,'! want at thl3 time -.to' asaln
pledge myself to the strongest kind
of a fight in '"congress : against , any
free sugar legislation. reduction in
the 'sugar tariff, and to pce myself
On record' as standing -for the rro-i
tection of American industries, lining
up . shoulder to shoulder.vwith thc:3
Diemocrats who believe that protec
tion to these Industries i3 responsi
ble for the - prosperity of the .country
as a; whole." , . -, " - ' ..
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xiv' EhC3 DISCOVEHED
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Indications early; thi3 morning were
that the election beard sitting cn tha
second floor, of the Capitol building
would have an extremely buiy day
straightening out the rights of electors
who. had: erred in registering in the
wrong . precincts or .In c pelling their
names' at; the time they registered.
Half a dozen errors had .been batls-
frctorily corrected In 'the first hour
and a. half, -before the real day's bal
loting had begun, and tue number or
such mistakes were expected to t3 die
covered in increasing numbers as the
day advanced. ''-' : -- ,;. -"-' '' ,'
f The election board consists of Sam
Chillingwdrth, chairman and John
Holt and A., K. yieirra. ; ; ' : : - -
' AtI2:30 p. mT only a dozen appli
cations 'for; changes had been ' made,
hhowever and Indications at that hour
were that no pilikia would be encoun
tered. Most of the errors were found
to be due ; to ; typographical mistakes
In.' the- printed registration lists. - Up
to that time ; all applications , to the
board of registration had. been g;rant-
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Political boss -"Well, did y?u dis;
cover anything in Stump's "pastf life
that we can use against him? ;
. Detective "Not a thing. All he
ever did 'before he" came, here was to
sell awnmgs." t . I ? or-
Political; bossWhythatB f just
what we want I Well say that he his
been' mixed up in some-, decidedly
shady transactions.' . - ? -: .'t.
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and presidential, will be . shown by
atereppticon election night starting at
$:Z0 and continuing until. ; result is
certain.ln conjunction with"; vaude1
vllle and mammqth picture program.
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