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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TtTE6DAy, NOV. 5, 1912.
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ULEY H.1 ALLEN
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1012
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He'Kho dcxiKilrti, tcanls lore, tcant faith, for
nUhr1iope and lore are thrvc torches tchieh
lend their light togcttierj nor does the one shine
cithout the ofAcr. -Metataio.
The Star-Bulletin invites the people of Hono
ulu to be its guests tonight to witness the elee
ion returns, which ? will be flashed on screens
rom Beiftiblican headquarters, Fort and Mer
'.: ant streets, and at The Clarion, Fort and Ho-
2 f J
From precinct returns received during the
orning arid upYto lhe time or going to press
is afternoon, it is apparent that the vbti todav
ill be' 'unusually heaVif ? W f f?-3 ? i ?
Fine . weather, the closeness..oIthel battle be
seen the rival candidates, and the thorough or
nization of Iwtli: Republican and Democratic
. cine t workers has resulted , in ' getting out
at promises to be an unprecedented ; vote.- ;A
ecast of jth results ,ls,r, &urge,A imrwible,
-cpt to say 5 that the Democrats feel certain
y are getting the, bulk of; the Fifth -district
!Iots and that returns early this afternoon in
ate that this condition is confined to two or
t precincts. . Several" Fourth v district 'pre-:
cts are! voting slowly and workers around jlie
! i ivport some scratching; in progress. 'f' Hqv j
.-, it is declared that the Fourth" district' Re
I icans are supporting ; the Fifth district ,Re
licans who are - Hawaiiahs ; jhyeyen "more
:: ;:th than was anticipated. In other words,
:vM in5?r.isr.fpundthan advance reports
a I : ? new form of election ballot; containing
t ;ty designation, or ' nonpartisan ilesigna
. ; the caii-e may bey' before the came of each
' .late, h'ai resulted in rnpid voting, arid even
city and county ticket is' handled, quick-
the -average voter.-yr." :-. t :
. . . . Jay's balloting is progressing evenly and
: ly, v. ith little to disturb 'the Orderly routine
t j rcciacts. ' The inain art of the activ;
T i: rnished by, the paid raiiaeW of each par
!t is evident that 'most of the voters have
ap their , minds before Agoing to the polls,
c Icctionnlay - eloquence h Jargel wasted on
nU ;' i Wj i -.V ''.::;::y'r::?.
' !I in all, today's election generally, should
; pretty accurate estimate, of the sentiments
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1 many people have wondered how the
)se party has mariacUHo get so much
1 rjch dreirable"ibHcityinyhewspapei'oft'
newspapers, 'violently opposed to Rocsevelt.
' explanation; lies in the, fact - that the 'Pro
ives have had a reinarkable nj) of svrit
handling their pubici,an() most; of the
v : k was voluntary, :rA. Sv'aXiA
The storyv creally Jcgan when t Frederick Pal
r, the war.cxirresporient,)canie incamp and
' anteered his services. 'You know,V he said,
.at most bl.'the'm&!neHteri are Progres
c 3. - Why don you use IhemfvI'm willing to
; vc my services free for anything I can do."
Several otbe niagai
cn Will Irwin, engaged? fn writing fiction in
'.a country, had an idea which sent him posting
headquarters' ins.New-Yorki v'jLet 'get; up a
ndicate of tnagaiirie i Vriterne'aid, "arid
; v e one Progressive "newspaper in every city a
tory every day," written arid signed by a man
r woman , well known in;the magazine world."
Richard Harding Davis had already declared
' ; imself an ardent Progressive and gone to work
on the stump. The project was referred to him
nd lid also became enthusiastic. The result was
an informal meeting last week at which the mat
teras put on' foot a Vill Irwin, having had
xperience ! as a magazine editor, a magazine
writer and; a! nepaperman, volunteered to
;ive up"' twQ wrekV f his time to act. as "city
Utor? and set thesyhdicate going. He wc nt to
ork and cerralled twenty writers, !all of v.hora
had promised to give every assistance in their
The following was the list: Richard Harding
Davis, novelist, short story writer, and perhaps
the best reporter in America; Frederick Pal
mer, novelist, and correspondent for .Ameican
publications in seven or eight wars; Jesse
Lynch ill iams, novelist; C. P.; Connolly, pro
fessed muck-raker, who has lately made much
stir by his attacks on the courts; Arthur "NVeyl,
author of ."The New Democracy", "which has
been called, the best statement of progressive
principles; P. C. MacFarlane, clergyman, fic
tion writer, magazine article writer; Louis Evan
Shipinah, aywright and novelist ; Isaac M.
Marcosson,' authority on nance ; William Al
len White, a wheel-horse ' of the Progressive
movement 'libse'itteraiactiyitfes are too wide
for description here; JbdsoV.C. Welliver, Wash
ingtori correspondent and magazine muck-raker;
Frank; Ai Murisey, , whose rdagazine speaks for
itself ; ; Samuel Merwiri,-co-author of, thea famous
i Calumet K" 'and more recently author of f'The
Citadey; " a statemeninfictionj of Progressive
principles;" his collaborator; !on Calumet
Henry Kitcheli ;Wbster author
noyels I und J jiriagazine articles; Dr. V Woods
ular:inagazines Franklin Pwidams;bf.Sew
York and Bert' Leston Taylor of CicagbJ wbd
divide1 between them the honor of beine the wit
tiest Aniericari pafaplier ; John'Tv Aic(tch
eon, the inimitable cartoonist and humorist in
the Chicago Tribune; George Fitch;;the humor
ist ; Ednat Ferber,1 whose Emma McChesney
stories and lively humorous report on the nation;
al conventions have brought her -sudden recent
fame; Wallace Irw
rient ;;American;witof light -vjn aiiJthejiaa
er, Will Irwin; article writerand novelist. I
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': ' "Please, do not telephonie Uie Advertisier, office for, ;.
:,' news of the election tonight We cannot furnish Jn 4 ;
formation.1' We must' hare the line dear Ifor-the w,
Hclpt of the returns to be shown on the King "street f i
V As has always beettvthe; :jcaseasfct the Star
Bulletin if you;want to get the newsJ i:'"Cl
v -..This paper has twp ' special telephones, for
election night and the public: is invited to?call
up the Star-Bulletinvas; mucH as it pleases,? anil
i fc will get an aner The S tarulleUn ey ef
has to shut up shopl 'The special "numbers are
4382 and 4353, ; .sT 1
'phones will probaypot
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something of a political prophet 'by ;this te
having niiss four gucces
a winneris nbyv tipping oif Wilson as the next
According 1 io a dispatch ; from ; Constanti
nopIeTurkey, lostv The trouble ;with
of: Turkey is that it t was taught the gocestep
instead of 'masmanship. It's evidendy h'ard
tp ieach m bid Turkey new -tricks! y
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v Bopsevelt's claim of a plot to combine Dem
ocratic and Bepublican strength is not likely to
win muchi attenUon. ; I tis ' not of record that
the Bull Moose party has refused to open iwide
its ranksUp men of any faith. , ' ?
r ! Voters of Honolulu, get
of your systeni today and tonight The city has
work to do in the next two years.
. George Carter cabled yesterday that Taft U
hopeless and1 the Democrats nervous. In ' his j
immediate vicinity,1 yes I
a: Have jrou voted yet? If not, cast your vote
for progress. Every man counts in that kind
of a campaign.
Four years from now the suffragists will
probably be with us males. Here s hoping, any
It will be hard to find another smile like that
exuding from Betiring Secretary Mott-Smith.
To Hawaii's promotion assets add Secretary
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. -. Mahuka site cases. -'Although
',448.18 remain , of this author
- It is freely, declared that
H all! site , Is'far utons" Valu
any (one of the flrfet three
A Jury for the .last site hearing
probably will not, be called until some
Ume next month, as the federal court's
time will be occupied during the' next
fortnight with the disposition of crim
inal cases on the October term cal
endar. - t
While the Jury's verdict does not In
dicate what valuation it placed on the
Improvements on the Office Supply
Company site it Is thought the esti
mate was set at about 88000.
: The Instructions of the court un-
doubtedly also had a material influ
ence on the pury's deliberations.
Among other things-, the instructions
stated that "due weight must be given
the tax returns." Ordinarily the tax
returns are not given much considera
tion; but it Is now thought that this
explicit bit of instruction, which the
Jurors were sworn to accept, cost the
i owners approximately 810,000 that is.
tuat the award would have been about
that much , more had not this strets
been placed on the tax returns of the
' 1 ' OJf HEALTH '
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
Sir: Millions of dollars are spent
every year in search of health but, un
fortunately, by the great majority of
men it is never found. We forget, or
do not know, that it is often lying at
our door, and can generally be had
without money and without price and
generally at but little trouble.
Of course, good health is largely a
gift from heaven and from our fore
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 sea bathing are not only
good exercises but. they are said to.be
the antidote for this climate. And it's
a great pity tnat more people ao noi
enjoy this invigorating and beneficial
exercise.- Walking, of which most
people have a decided dislike, is also
well known to be good exercise. There
are dozens of exercises that not only
improve the health, but in some cases
have been known to cure disease.
Exercise also keeps the body sup
ple, straight and strong; Besides
these there are breathing exercises
that are said to increase the appetite?
the" digestion, the circulation , and to
cure consumption.- " '. : ' '
A proper dlet( and the'Fietcherizing
of ones food ' is also' one of the aids
to good health, as is also the eating of
nuts . and fruit and :? the drinking of
plenty .of water between meals. .'It is
also' important' not to eat too.. much
food and'to use some Judgment in; se
lecting it A" fast once in' a while Is
now considered .one of the roads f to
health. A three days" fast -causes no
greatr distress and may, and often
does; do a great. deal of 'good.' - 5, '
: : Cheerfulness is a great aid : to good
healthand perfects health , it -is ' said
cannot . be , secured ' without : it..'"':
There are many,-exercises that -can
be done without any, apparatus of any
kind, and which are recommended by
such men as .Sandow;, Bockman, Dr;
Hand; and; many others, and which
are a pleasure to do, and which cause
no inconvenience .whatever.4 Of course
there are more j strenuous exercises
for stronger men', and which ' Will do
wonders In huilding a man .up.' "The
writer , does not claim ateiercisc
ia a cure-all, or -that doctors are nev
er needed, but lie does ,clalm that1 they
-would ; be jess ) of ten required if more
exercise were? taken andiif more ;;'at?
tentlon were given to. the; laws 1 of hy-f
glene ;To live ; the7 simple-Jife and- to
love' everything that J? beautiful.- in
nature and art also- makes for health,
ar does also the love of little children
and dumb anlmals. V , 4tp;j j u
Yours very truly, v H-iC'$.y'
" y:yr:m-f, u geo, osborne;
'ST Sir: I hbpe.,everyj ;yonng;;.n)anj , i
America lias jead'iat.'arftcle .by
Christy Mathewson cqmrqsntlng on the
loss of the last, gme in the world's
series. -Cut it out, boys. - Read .it till
you know It by hearty i Tell the neil
generation ;about it.:; It caught': to have
a place ; in our, school histories.'
What a fine series it was! ' But did
you ail notice: that in .all the .record's
from . the mainland papers there is no
mention made of. any-angry words be
tween ? opposing playeravr no abuse : 6f
those who,'1 having done' theirs best,
failed;- no disputing a single decision
ott an,"nlpire I "Wh6re elsel'lmt" in
America, Could that- have happened? ;
And now comes this article - by
Christy". Mathewson,' the 'pitcher v who
lost the last game for the. Giants. No
tice "the fine; spirit with which, he re
bukes those of us who were laying' the
blame. : on Snoderass: -',the . chUdlsh
simplicity and. exultation with; which
he rejoices in his managers . congrat
ulations;, the courtesy In his praise
of Bedlent's pitching; - his ; sympathy
for: Murray;, (we 'had forgotten who
Murray . was, or why he needed sym
pathy) ;: the magnanimity with which
he assumes the entire blame for the ,
defeat, saying; "1 1 ought not ' to have
walked Terkes"; the sterling honesty
with which 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 weather, for- the
football season! XVHU foot on the
past it is a closed Incident A cheer
ing optimism that Protidence is smil
ing on the future, and he is still capa
ble of enjoying iL. ' "
And our national sport develops
many such men. Let us teach base
ball to the nations. Let it, rather
than war, be the future means of de
veloping : those elements of strength
In 'character, courage, fortitude, pa
tience: and, dont force t that it has
also its force in developing those ele
ments of beauty, love, sympathy, and
It Is a distinct loss to Hawaii that
we are not to have a visit from the
New York team,7 as planned for the
winter. It would be an uplift to our
young men to plasp the hand of such
a man as Christy Mathewson.
Grand Old Sport! You lost the
game, but you 'won. In the name of
all true lovers of clean sport, I pro
claim you hero! Strong, courageous,
ingenuous, sympathetic, courteous,
magnanimous, honest, hopeful, victori
ous! The Recording Angel, who is
keeping score on us all may chalk up
some errors against you. but you are
not the fellow to try to lay the
blame of them on another. I want to
be there when the Umpire proclaims
F. S. HAFFORD.
W. J. PIERCE, of Los Angeles. Is
in the city seeking to repair his heal
BENJAMIN SCHMIDT of San Fran
cisco, accompanied by Mrs Schmidt,
are visiting in the city .. ;
MRS. DORA ISENBERG,' of Uhue.
and Mrs. C. Wolter; of Naalehu, are
in the city on a shopping trip. . ;
J. M. CUMMINGS of San Francisco,
who is making a tour or the Islands,
returned yesterday from the Volcano.
OSCAR KATZ, of Rochester, New
York, is in the city on a business trip.
Mr. M. McMlLLAN of Reno, Nevada,
returned yesterday from a trip. to the
Volcano. He Is . making a tour of the
Islands, accompanied by Mrs. McMil
lan. .. tetr:--
LINK ON ELECTION EVE
. DECLARES CONFIDENCE
LinkijMcCandless Democratic candi
date for delegate late yesterday " de
clared confidence In his election, at
though earlier in the day he. had re
fused to make. any prediction on, the
vote for delegate. . Later . he saidt-
"Messages' have now been sent' by
some, big people here, I. am informed,
to ; some of .; the V; larger plantations
throughout the Territory, requesting
support for me, and 1 feel certain that
the results will be shown this 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 clean 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,; tor. this is a
Democratlcyear; and. I am a Demo
cratr;.;.; y ::, 1 --'.yf '
- "In regard to this important princi
hie of . protection for ; Hawaii's staple
industry, I want at this time to again
pledge myself to the strongest kind
of f a fight In congress' against any
free sugar legislation, or. reduction in
the sugar tariff, and to place myself
on, record as standing for the pro
tection of American Industries; lining
up . shoulder . to ; shoulder ' with :those
Demoratewhdf. believe; that protec
t.iqn "tothese Industries ts responsi
ble 'f6ir,theA prosperity of the country
as a ' whole; yX:- r-
.UST and Moisture arc severe tests for-
any watch, and . many a good watch
becomes unreliable s in Hawaii's humid
climate. ' '. . ' ' -r
:Bul not the: Howard Watch. The
Howard's perfectly adjusted mechanism and
special case are equal to every test.
The Howard isj pre-eminent among
watches. . - : V- - .
Leading Jewelers t ;
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SingINa,.a laundryman, was arrest- ou the naval pontccn,' and will be
ed yesterday' lor alleged complicitjr in charged , with larceny in the second
the theft of a watch from a workman degree.'. ' y. -
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v- Indications early this morning were
that .the election board sitting n the
second floor tf the Capitol : building
would have an extremely Jbuty day
strilghtening out the5 rights of electors
who had erred in registering in. "the
wrong precincts or in spelling '. their
names at the time they registered.
Half a dozen errors had been batis-
fcctorily corrected In . the first, hour
and a half, before the , real 'day's bal
loting had begun, and :- tne number of
such mistakes were expected tp be dis
covered In increasing numbersas the
day .advanced..- . V '' .v '
vThe election board consists of SanrJ
Chilllngworth," ; chairman,; .and " John
Holt and'A. K. Vieirra. -in
i At. 12:30 p, m.; only a dozen appll-
cations for, changes bad been made,
however, ' and ; indications at that hour
were that no pilikia would be '. encoun
tered. Most of the errors were found
to r be due - to typographical mistakes
in the printed - registration : lists. : Up
to that - time 'all appl Ications to .the
board of registration had been grant
Political boss "Well,; did you, dis
cover anything in Stump's past life
that we can use against him? i
Detective "Not a thing. Ally he
ever did before he ;came here was to
sell awnings... W .y y y
Political boss "Why,' that's just
what we want! Well say that he has,
been mixed up in some decidedly
shady transactions. "
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