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HONOLULU b r AIM1GLLE X I N TUESDAY, NOV; 5; 1012.
RILEY H.' ALLEN
fpEfSOAY'. . .V. . .'. r. : .XOVKMHKU 1!I2
"lie trim rfrspair, mint love, ir nuts1 faith, for
faith', hojte ami lore are three torehex irhieh'.
blend tlte'tr light together, nor does the one shim
trillion! the other. Metastaxio.
Tlie Shir-IUilIctin invites the jH-ople of llono
kiln lrlK itK guest tonight to witness the elec
tion returns, yhieh will Ik flnsliel .on sm-eus
inMii liepuuiieuir iieiMnjuariers, rori ;mi .rr
faint Klrocfs, ami at The (Marion. Fort ami Ho
BIG VOTE BROUGHT OUT
. From pm'inct rehirns receive during the
ipunin nnjV up to the time of goinp to press
..y'.ljitaftcnMD,1 it. Mfjpaivni'tuat the vote today
wHI le uuusuallyi lieavv. ' t; '..'.
Kino weather, theVlosenesd of the battle le-
' t il lM.i.. ' il . il - - 1
. i ween inttrivai eanuiaaies, amuuie inonmgn or
pnlzation of otb' Republican and Democratic
piWirict' workers ban resulted in cettinc; out
what promises to b ah unprecwlent'l votev : A
. roast of the results is; of course, impossible,
C xfpt '.'in say that tbe Democrats feel certain
' tfcy! hre getting the bulk of tbc Fifth district
JjnilotM anl tli. ri'twrhs iearly. this afternoon in
, (licate Hiat ' ihld condition, is conf inwl to two or
s threo precincts; Seyiiral ! ourth d istrict pre-
. cin c ts are vot i n c si owl v a ud workers a rou nd t be f
.jmiun jyjMJri imiuiv viuu.4iiu; iu prujiT-sss. : j ir
fvr it i- ueviuiTTi mat iuc I'viuiu uiuiaar
f ; publ icans aro supporting tbe'Tif tU district ' Re
puldlcans who are Hawaiians in even more
trengtltbaq wa antuajiated. vf JU'Otuer wovds,
fess ; Akriif incf is ' fou'dd ' than' advance reports
i v Tli' npw fpnn. of electtou i ballot: containing
t , i l; . pa rty designat ion,, or nonpartisan designa-
"Please do not telephone "the Advertiser office for.
f t inn, as the case may be, before the name'of eaclry news of the election tonight. :e a$not furnish in-
- Vi adulate, has resulted la rapid voting; and' even
the long city rui'd county ticket is handled quick-
iy uy no ; av.cm go voi er. ; r ; , .-. . :: , : -;'v
The' day's balloting is progressing evenly and
r-! ic tly, Avitlr little to djstufb tlie orderly:. routine
i i .niosf precincts.' "The f main art;of theyactiv-
i;y 'w furuisacil by the paid runners. of each par
ty, but it is evident that most of the voters hare
... I : : . Ie. up their ; minds ebef or- going to . the polls
nr.-.l election-day elqquence is largely, wasted -on
' ; ; wll;in nil, today-s election generally sbiW
rr a prcttyaceurate'eMiniate of the sentiments
e:ll t::::E FLiucin
; -A good mhny people have wondered lipw. the
j ui id oose party has managed to ge so inucn
r ;1 11 ch1 dc"sirable publicity in newspapei$'j of t(
( newFp'a'pers violently opposed to Roosevelt
V ; . e exidanat ion lies in the fact thaV the Po:
: ess i ves have 'had a ; rem arlfable group'. Of writ-
i . hdnllUhg theifv publicity, and nost pf the
? . was - voiun iutt. -v : . . - , v . : - -f
The story really began when Frederick .P4I
kill OlVl, V, V J . VA4 M- . "V V V- A AVA..
the yar correspondent, came into camp and
thtcfedvhls tieesLi Vou know," he said,
that most: of thp magazine writers are Progres
m ves; liy don't you use them? I'm willing to
dvemv services free for anything. I can do.'. ;
; : everal other magazine Writers volunteered,
t hen Will Irwiii, engaged .in writing fiction in
' A the' country, had an idea which sent' him posting
q headquarters in Newv York, .Let,"get up a
f vridicafe 'of . agazinewriters,-- he safd," 'and
glye one; Progressive newspaper in every city a
- story1 every day,:ritten and signed, by a man
of. woman well known in the magazine, world."
. Ricliahl Ilarding Davis had already declared
-VhimsVif an arijejnt Progressive, and gone to work
on t iiesBt ump. J The project wasrreferrcHl to him
'if And lieVilsd became enthusiastic. The result was
'Aa;in(prina meeting last week at which the mat
ter was put on foot- Will Irwin, having hall
'"?J?J?n.o:'fw si magazine editor, amagaziue
Writer, and aj newspaperman, volnnteeml to
r-g&C p.r.two! weeks of lus time to act as "city
Alitor" and the syndicate going. He we nt to
orj VntV Qortlied ' twenty writers, all of whom;
luul proiuistnj to ive every assistilliee in iheir
The following was tlie list.: Richard Ilsniiing
Havis, novelist, short story writer, and perhaps
the best iiporter in America; Frederick Pal
tmr, novelist, and coiTpondcnt f(r Aiiieicaii
publications in seven or eight wars; Jesse
Lynch Williams, novelist; ( l ('oiuioll.v. pro
fessil muck-raker, who has latelv made much
stir by his attacks on the courts,; Arthur Weyl,
author of "The New Democracy", which has
lieeii calljfd the lMst statement of Progressive
principles; P. ( LicFarlahe; clergyman, fic
tion writer, magazine article writer ; Louis Jlvan
ihipnuiu, playwright and novelist; Isaac M.
Jitarcosson, autliority. on finance; William Al
len White, 1 a wluel-hbrs? of the Progressive
movement whose' literary activities are too wide
for description here; .ludson C. Well iver, Wash
ington cori-csiWuident and magazine muck-raker;
Frank. A. Munsey, whose magazine speaks for
itself jSannieOIerwin, co-author of the fanJou
"Caiunie Ivr and mpre recentlj author, of ; i'The
(?itadel a tatcnent in fiction of Ptressive
princijiur his collalmrator, on'(4Calumet K,
llnry Jvitchell )Velster, author, of iiuumcrable
novels aud ntacazine articles:. Dr.' AVoods
llutchinKon; writer of popular science for, pop
ular "maaziiies; Franklin P. Adaiiis- of ; New
Yprk anl Irt Leston Taylor pf Chicago, who
divide letweeii tyem the- jionor of being the wit
tiest American pa rn graph et ;'hnTT.v:Mc.(t vfc
eo(n, the inimitable cartoonist: and humorist in
i lie uiiitgo- i riimue , . ueorgy, r ijiii, uur liuiuwr
ist: . Edna Ferlier: whose- Emma 31cChesney
stones ana lLveiyrnumorois rept)vi on lue iiauii
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 bad
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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
without money and t without price and tbe there when the Umpire proclaims
aiv convent ions nave urougut iiersuuucn. recent
fame ; I Wallace Irw iPoU!1 $pt TO1 ?i
hen t American writer of jidit terseV an tb au-'
thor ofr'lThe Japanese choplBoy; his bVoth
er, Wiir irwin. article: writer aiul novel ist.
formation. , .We must hate the line clear for the re
ceipt of the returns to be shown "on . the TCing street;
screcn.w-AdvefUser. . -f 'ji;',:
A's has always been the case,; ask the Star
Bulletin if you want to get the; news. 4T.
. vTbis paper Has two, special telephones for
elecHon nit athe
up. tlie Star-Bulletin 'as mucli &b it pleases; and
it will get an answer. .The Star-Bull
has to shut up shpp.: Th& speciall numbers var
4382 and 4355. The regular, - Star-Bulletin
phones wilt probably, not be in use. 4 .
generally at but little trouble.
Of course, good health is largely a
gift from heaven and 'from our fore
fathers, but in most cases it is a gift
that is wasted through ignorance or
through pure carelessness. The first
requirements of good health are said
to be plenty of fresh air, plenty of I
sleep, and. plenty of exercise. Swim-
min? nH kp.i hn thine- are nnt nnlv (
good' exercises but thty are said 10 be
the antidote for this climate. And it's
a great pity thajt more people do not
enjoy this invigorating and beneficial
exercise. Walking, of which most
people have a decided dislike, is also
well known to be good exercise. There
are' dozens of exercises that not only
improve the health, but in some cases
have hcenknown to cure disease.
' Exercise also keeps the body sup
ple, straight and strong. Besides
these there are breathing exercises
that, are said to increase the appetite,
the digestion, the circulation and to
A proper diet and the Fleteherlzing
of one's food" is also one of the aids
to good health, as is also the eating of
nuts and fruit aifd the drinking of
plenty of water. between meals. It is
alsto. important not to eat-too much
food and to use some judgment in se
lecting it"' A fast once h a 'while is
now Considered one of tlie roads to
health: A'; three days fast causes no
great' distress -'- and may$ and often
does,'. do a great deal of good.,.
"Cheerfulness -Is a great aid to good
health, "atid ' perfect health it is said
rcahhbtvbe-secured without it. '. '
The re' are many exercises that can
be dohejrwithout any apparatus of any
kind1," and ; which are recomlnended by
sddli lmen Sandow, Bockman. Dr.
ttand,'J.and 1 many others, - and which
F. S, 'II AFFORD.
V. J. PiERCE,'of Los Angeles, is
in the city seeking to repair his heal
th. D EX JAM IN 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 of the .Islands,
returned yesterday from the Volcano.
OSaR ' KATZ, of Rochester, New
York, is in tbe city on a business trip.
Mr. M. MCMILLAN of Reno. Nevada,
returned yesterdar from a tripto the
Volcano, ite is making a tour of the
Islands, accompanied by Mrs. McMil
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LINK ON ELECTION EVE ".
lUST and Moisture are severe tests tor
any watch, and many a-good watch
becomes unreliablo n Hawaii's humid
climate. ;:'.-r,: .:--,,..:f,
But not the Howard Watch , The :
Howard perfectly adjqsted mechanism and
special case are equal to every test. , t . t
The Howard is pre-eminent among ;
gins Jto, a. laundryman,, was. arrest- on the naval pontoon, and' will be
ed yesUrtlay for alleged complicity in charged witUi larccoV in tho second'
theUhftf rr-yl. :
Unk MnOandlRa" nmorrnl lie rand U
date for delegate? late yesterday - de
clajed confidence in his -election. . al-'
though earljer in- the day he bad re-,
fused to make any prediction on the!
vote for delegate, -Later he said;
"Message nave now - been sent by
some big people 'here, I am informed,
to sonie. 'or. tne : larger plantations
throughput I tber Territory, requesting
Quppqrv jpr m ana i ieei cenHin inai
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the results will be shown this eveninc
are a pleasure , to tio, and ' which causej when thev returci begin to com In,
no ; Inconvenience whatever. Of course
there are more - strenuous exercises
for - strohger men,' and Vwfiich will do
wbnde'rft'V In i building11 a matn -iip. -'The
writer - does hot claltn that s exercise
13 acure-all, or that doctors, are jaev
eV needed but he' does claim that they
would'4 be less often ; required if more
exercise .were taken and if more at
tention were given to the "laws- of hy
giene.!. To live the simple life and' to
love" everything that ,1s oeautiful in
naturie" and- art also makes for health;
as does also' tbe love of little children
and" dumb animals. V r "
1 : ; 'Tours Very truly,
. QEO. OSBORNE.
j Trillia Jranings"
havirig miss' four 8ucc
a winneris no
president " - ; r . ; . '
r Accprding , to a1 dispatch ;tfrom ; Constanti-
of Ttirkej Js that it ys t
msteatl of marksmanship. '; 'Its evidently hard
to jQacli:.anbifc ' : ."' r
Roosevelts (jlaim of a plbttol'ombine Dem
ocratic and .RerMiblican strengtli Is not likely ,to
win: much attention. It isjnot of record that
the Bui II Moose party'liasrused to op?n wide
its" ranks to men-of any faith; 1
.Voters of Honolulu, get all the politics out
of your system today and tonight. The city has
work! to jilo in the next two years.
' . Georfje Carter cabled yostertlay that Taft is
hopeless and the Democrats nervous. In his
immediate vicinity, yes!
Have you votetl yet? If not, cast )our vote
for progress. Every inau 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 Retiring Secretary Mott-Smith.
To Hawaii's promotion assets add Secretary
in iiifl Mahuka site cases. Although
only $93,48.18 remain of this author
Tie4sumr'lt ii freely. 'declared that
V, If'-Hv tt -Han kite Is fir more valu-
A jury for the last site hearing doubtedly also had a material infla
probably will not be called until some ence on tne Pony's deliberations.
j time next month, as the federal court's "TAv, A k
4., .... ' ' 'Stated that due weight must be given
time win De occupied during the nexttne tax returns." Ordinarily the tax
fortnight with the disposition of crim-; retMrhs are not given much eonsidera
inal cases on the October term cal- tlon. but it is now thought that this
fw;, ' .v . . jexplicit bit of instruction, which the
Kbile the jury s verdict does not in- jurors were sworn to accept, cost the
duate what valuation Jt placed on the owner8 approximately V 0,000 that is.
improvements on the Office Supply, that th awan VA.fM hra hn nhnnt
(Continued, from Pag 1)
Company site it is thought the est!-
tbeTthah Wiy one of the Hrsrt three mate was set at about $8000.
: barcel.' ' " i ' The instructions of the court un-
that much more had not this stress
been placed on the tax returns of tho
V; k " A TRUE fePORT.
Editor Honolulu' Star-Bulletin, :
Sir 1 s hope every . yodng man in
America has read 1 that" ' article by
Christy Mathewsn comtnjenting on the
loss -of the last "gameiritbe world's
series.'; Cut it outbo ltead It Ull
you know it by 1 heart.?- Tell the next
generation 'about lt; ll ought to have
a place in our school histories
- What a. fine series it was! . - But did
you-all' notice' that in 'all the records
from- the mainland papers there : is no
mention' made 6C any angry, words 'be
tween '.opposing' players; no abuse of
those ' who, having ' 1 ddrie their best;
failed ; ' no disputing a single decision
of an umpire! '"' Where else ; but in
America could 'that have happened?'
' And now' comes a tfi Is; article ;' by
Christy-; Mathewsoh, the ' pitcher who
lost thef last game for the Giants.: Ko
tlce" 'the' fine spirit with which he re
buftes those of us who ; were laying the
blame on Snodgrass; the childish
slmpTicUy,''. and" exultation "with Which
he rejoices ; In his inanager's congrat
ulations the courtesy in his praise
of Bedient's pitching) his sympathy
for Murray; Atwel had forgotten who
Murray was - or -Why ie needed' sya
path;) ; " the magnanimity J with - which
he. assumes the entire blame for the.
defeat, saying,' "I ought' not to , have
walked Yerkes"; the Sterling honesty
withvwhich he insists; "No, I did not
lose -control; I tried to get him to
strike at a"bad oneM; 'and the hope In
thaf" climax, "Flae weather for the
football season!" His foot on the
pisti . It is,a Closed incident. A cheer
ing optimism j that Providence is smil
ing on the future, and he is still capa
ble of enjoying it
: And bur national sport develops
many such men. Let u3 teach base
ball '. to'; the liations. ! Let it, rather
than war be therfutdre means of-developing-;
those elements of strength
in character, courage, fortitude, pa
tience;" and don't forget that it has
also its force In developing those ele
mentSj.of beauty, love, sympathy, and
. It is a distinct loss to Hawaii that
we are hot to have a visit from the
New York team, as planned for the
winter It would be an uplift to our
young men to clasp 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-
It will mean., something of a surprise
to; those who haye been to!d; that Ku
hid; Would make, a clean sweep' of the
outside districts,1 and' had ; believed
;that bluff. I am confident not only of
making? an excellent, showing but of
wftining-' the election:. for; -thIs- is a
temocratic year; jtndT I am a Demo
crat i. . -r r;:
;'s Jn regard to this Important 'princi
oleiiof protection for Hawaii's staple
industry, I want, at this time; to again
pledge myself to the strongest kind
of 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-.
tecuon ;or American Industries lining
up; shoulder ' to . shoulder with .' those
Democrats whb ' believe that protec
tion i to ;these rindusrVies is regponsr-.
blet for "the1 protperityfof the1 country
as- a '.wnoie. i;-
. : Indicationsi early this" morning were
that, the election ' board 'sitting on". the
second floor, pf the Capitol building
w'dnld have an --extremely busy day
straightening out the rights of electors
whe had erred In registering tn the
wrong precincts or; in spelling." their
names at' the time they- registered
Half a ' dozen "errors had "been batls
f?ctorily; corrected ; in the- first j, hour
and a half, before the real day's bal
loting had ; begun, and tne number of
such mistakes were expected to be die
covered in increasing numbers as the
day' advanced.- ; ;.y:Z -. c .;
The "election board consists of. Sam
Chillingwortb, : . chairman, and John
Holt and A. K; Vielrra. f (:
At 12:30 p. m.;Vonly a dozen appli
cations for changes- had been . made
however, 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 hadTbeen grant
ed.;' ' '-""rL::.''-;.- '- ' ' '
Political , boss "Well, did you dis
cover anything in Stump's past life
that we can; use against him?"
. Detective TNot a thing. All he
ever did before he came here was to
sell awnings." : . - -
Political boss "Why; that's just
what we want! Well say that he has
been mixed up in some decidedly
shady transactions." '
ELECTION RETURNS AT LIBERTY
Most complete returns, both local
and presidential, will be shown by
stereopticon election night starting at
6:30 and continuing until result is
certain. . In conjunction with vaude
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YOUNG ST. Residence lot, 12981 sq. ft
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Why do you put off owning a little land of your own when
you know the price of land is rising? r
A few dollars, will -give you possession of a big lot In Kai
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