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HONOLULU -STABrBULLtlN, TUESDAT(VVVni 1012;
tw, i id mw r r i -first r i k 11 - .
7 trhoilcHfimr, iron tr Jotc. 'JtWit. in ilh . or
if i A 7 t-'toy? ii lore'-arc 1 h rcc torvhe . tth irh
blend iheir tight iw1hcr, iitw ilm the onr. hiue
' ir ith tint ; i Ar. oMrr-iM
4l1iiltV-lK it irtytlf TiWllt to witness t!uV!
from IUpublicaii hoadqiiflrtprn, Fort and iler
hant 8trcet, nuil Ut Tlie Clarion, Fort and' Ho
BIG VOIEitBROUGHT OUT
. $ xr r
-: fTVoni prccincf 5irctnrns Yo'cirod during ihc
morning and' liptoi the it imo of goin to ircss
tk 'hUvniQftUf it itpiar'nt!ika(: the voto tnda'cv
-.T'i 1 1 lie nnuKuallvilieavjr. 4 ;t ; tr;:,:-
; Fino htlier, tl)e;cdoso(.4wof (he battle ;le-
tuwh hnfriral canuidate, ami 'the thorough ir
had promised to give enn assistanet? in ilieir
The following was tin? list : IUchard ITaixling
Da via novelist, Khort'story writer, and jK-rhaps
the lest-reporter in America ;r Freilerie!;. :f'al
mer, - novel istj a nd eorrcs jwndent for' 'A ine.?iaH
publications in seven or "eijrht. wars: Jesse
Lynch AVilliains, novelist ; ; C P. (Connolly, pr
fessed', nuick-raker, wholJiasv lately 'made much
stir by 'his attacks on the courts; Art hurAVeyi,
author of The JN'ew Democracy", .whichuhas
Utm called; he Jest stAtt-ment of. Progressive
Xrinciples; P ,0. 3lacFarlant clergyjnan,fic
t ion writer, magazine article, writer ; Louis .Evan
Hhipinan, playwright "and novelist ; Isaac if.
Xlarcosson, ant honty oif- finance ; VilUaai" Al
len V-Vh ihy; ?"a wheeldiorse; iof the Progm?sire
movement whose 1 iterary activities are tcK( wide
fordescriptibn heVe; Hudson C. Wei liver, , Wash
ingtoii -correspondent' and m a gazme;muck-aker ;
itKt'lf ;v Samuel ileriin,- tvauthpr bt-thaiauimiJ?,
VCalumet IV and mbrtvrweitKauthorof The
- -l i.n cif ui .j! ii " wi iiTon uTiT', in i rim mil ;riT r w niirrcvv i i
pjmizaiion oDomiepunnean ami iiemocranc . . V" . v, -r' JM,1 .
TiVwUivAw.- -i.aJ An priUClples; hisj cqllalKiratof ,Qn Chlumet-'Iv'', Ject'ns.U A. fast pnee., jpra jWhile. ia
prH.-inctwfickera &&. refill tlU .In ; getting . out J . .i, . ' ' v , ii -nowcQ?is$dred fa of'tftrdadsw
-:at:pro,te.to 1'an nhprocedented vote:,'A Hirr!vitcJell
i ii . : . i . m V novelsaiul iinagaz!iic;' articles ; DrWoodsi gce&t.tran....inay..an.L.4ftep
Editor Honolulu Stat-Bulfetin,
V Sirt 'Sflllons of dolhiry arespnt
every year in search of health but, un
fortunately; by the preatsmajorlty of
men.lt 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
generaljy at but little trouble. :;
Of course, good health Is largely a
gift from heaven and, from our fore
fathers, but in most cases U is a gift
that Iv Vasted through ignorance or
through pure carefessness. 'The first
requirements of good health are said
to be plenty! of fresh air, plenty of
sleep, and:nlenty of exercise. Swim-
mlngfand sea bathing Are not only
good exercises but th( y are said .to? be
the antidotet for this climate. And jt3
a. great pfty ithat more people do not
enjoy this invigorating and wnenciaJ
exercise..., M alking, of : which , most
people have a, decided dislike if. also
well known- to be good exerciseThere
are dozens of exercises that, not wonly
improve the health, but in some cases
hare been known to cure disease.
i" Exercise alsoTkeeps , the body sup
ple, straight-, and strongs .'Besides
these .there .are,,, breathing. exercises
that are said to increase the appetite,
the 'digestlo&t'.the circulation and to
cure cqnaompuon. . ;'Mt
:A prop.etv.diet and- the.,Fetherizng
o(- one's jopd. i also one of -j the . aids
to good iieaUhai is also the eating .of
nuts .andl irxiii and, the. JPSi'Pl
plenty of wate r between 'meals. 1 tf is
also important not Jo'-eat too, . muth
Claim- you ero ' i String, 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 fellbw to try to - lay the
blame of them on another. I want to
be there when, the Umpire proclaims
you victor! . i . ; t
P. S.4 1 AFFORD.
. opt' to say that ihe Democrats -feel -certaiq
: '.y' iirc getting the'lmll of the Fifth district
I lota and that rt'lurtiH early?this,afferiiom in
ivt precinct. evenil Fourth district; pre
. ...cfs; nro voUng slowly and workers i jjroiind the
4 i Is t('iK)rtr t)me eratthing in 'progivjs. ; Ho
T,'-itf is le)laxtHl.'iWuth! Fourth tlistrietKe
j.ui .Ilea us am wipjiArUngtuFjft h d istrict Ue-
i ahlicans who are. Hawniians in vtenmore
. t rcr! gth tliaVwas anticipaletl.; tin otlier worls,
I ive prophesied
Ti e new fonbr6fTelec'fi6a-4bal!ot-c6ntalniiiig
, " Ii:ir ty; designation, " or: jion partisan degna
:i , as the case may he, before-'tlie name of each
Intohas resulted tin rajid Totingf and even
7 ii J. l-'m 1. ! I.'i ll-'l
! m i ry find county .uckci ;i iiaiiuieti ipnvK
! v' xl? iavcrnervoterr--1 t::.--XiV':
. ..,:;:.y luJlotiriis'tgrosing eA'dnlyaiM
Iy,? Itli lTltle to distu rti jhe orderly routine
. 1. iircHncts 'it he-inala-ixirt-of the dctiv-
l furnished by the paid rpnners -f each phir
, I :it it a evident that' tr'ost of the .voters have
. v , r. pi i!i ej p mi nds before gQing to the t palls,
: ( !ectioix-day, eloquence is largely; wasted jun
;JI iii ltbdaylecti
. U t,y accurate; esliiaatcf'pf the: Se'ntiments
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' ;0 ;h ;LL'l::::3Ty-p!lic
;uod tiiV. ay.- lla Jiave w6ridered Jio v";the
.11. Iloose party has' managed to -get bo' much
- : :U dcsiriilipuhlk'ity intiewsxpofti
. , i.'coxpr.ptrs Violently opposed ':to!BC'velt
; . ..lanatioa licrraahevf
I v hdve had'remarkablerbnp ofyrit;
, '!': idling 'their ;-publieUyyrand most r of -.the
:.: lavas' voluntary; ; irPysi
- - ' ! - stAtv lrillvMwnn'liOTlHprivlet'h'l:; Pfil-
i o r,' t he; waijubrraspori into camp arid
- u leered his fieWic( ipu" kridwT lie ail,
; ( !;a t Vn os t of the marine TV ritere- a
i 'vef; 'AVhy. don't -yon use thcon?' I?m villhig to
' ivenv8erviccs frecior anything' I rcan "do.?: vt
. Stn-eral-otherinagazine writers volunteered,
i hori AyiU Irwinehgagedf in writing fiction in
, theTcountry, had an idea which sent him posting
to headquarters in Kework. Let's et; up Jd
icate? of fntagazine i writers,";iheJfaid"and
1 voViiePrijrsRsive newspaper in: every city a
fory 'every tlay, ;writtetf and signed -by a mhn
or ; hnafii well Hfcnown in; the, magazine ' j world.?
vRTcliard JIarding Davis had ' airily declared
iilinsrJlf an ardeiir Progressive and gone to work
; onf thc?45titin "The project was referred'to him
and heVlsp became rathusiasticjTllult was
dnlnformat meeting last:weekat Vbich i.the mat
. crasjput Jon' footAYill Irwinhaving had
cxperiroras-a'-maganee a nagazine
Vrltr,V'and -'a nevspaperman, volunteeml to
' give oipi two Weeks of his tinie to act: as "city
i-dirorTnnd ''eef-thc syndicate going. He wt nt to
AvJork and corralled twenty writers,1 all of-whom;
Jfutchinson Writer of- popu laisciencej for pop
ular nihazines ; Franklin ' P. Adams ::ofv New
Y)rk:'aild Bert liesron jyaylor of ,fehicago;5who
divide i)ttiMd them-the jiorior?o bctng thcHvit
t ips t A nieruiaii paragrapiier ;-.T dhp vTMcGiitti-
eon, inc lnimiiaDie canoomsr ano Jtniqorisiviu
tlid CliigTrihun ; G
ist; j Kdriaii Ferber; :h6mmdiC3hesriey
sfories and lively humorous report oh the natioii-
al conventions iaved)r6dgbt:.her; ;suddn;reeent
fame ; anace iirwin,probai)iy the inost .prpmv
thor of "The" Japanese LSchodIdy;i4s btotle
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cl? irPtease do ndt telephone the Ad rertiser. office for !
ner8 of pie election tonight We rannot: furnish, in-v v.
x formation. We must, nave Hhe line clear; for he'fe- '
Vi eiptbf 'the return to be shown bn-the King street - J
kshaWalwavsberi tlietCase; askfhe Star-
T5ullet in i f k voii wan t to get he;7ieAva. J - r ? : J
election -Tiigut aBUi tue- puoiic is .uuii.wi iu vun
up tliejStarfBulietin as inuc it please aM
it wilLget an answer. iTiie .St
has tdshutlup Ishop; Thgpeialiiitmbere ;are
someth1ng;Tof apdlitical ; prophetby
havjng misse four; suesiyi Hmjmigns ta pick
d winner-is nowiipninii of f;ll$on as the next
president" yi- h--ax vv
AAccording V to a dispatch ;-from Goristariti
ofTnrkey'is tha jtiwas'ghthegdpstep
inteaciijof ;jharksmanshij) I t's evidently -ihard
to teach ; an. oil Turkey nesyitricks
J. i- ..-.
Roescrelfs claim df, a' plotl to combine : Dem
ocratic and1 Republican strength is not 'likely to
winmucl attention. It is! not of, rcwrd. thajt
K Voters oiinbndiulu; tfall ;the
of your system today ind tonight The city has"
work' to'd inhe; next two years.
George Carter cabled yesterdayjthat Taft is
nopeiess ami tiie- jjemocrars nervous, jo -ui
immediate Ticinity yes!
Ch.ee rf ulnesa Ja, a, , great aif "tq good
health; and perf ? ct health It. said
cajinbtbej. secuiwitbotT :
There &jh.ny' .exercises: that can
be done without' aay" apparatus 'of ay
kindV and, which are. recommended - by
such, mea as ,5ando s ( Bocaman; i JJ.r
Handk . and jtoanjf , .otherSjnd ; y hich
ar a pjeasureto o : d,whicj
no Inconvenience r:WhateverW.0CcpQr8t
there are . miore jf strenuous . exercises
for trongerfjnenahd wWch -Jffil .do
wonders; IJuildUig ahan: dp.T&e
writers does-Hot; clalm.ithais: exercise
er..needed,vbut.Jie doe.'cJainJ thkf tliey
WVULu ico uueuu cijuiic 4 muir
exercise weefttaken - jaiidif -mote .'t'
tentipn we.r.e. glyen to jthe ,laws of by
glene.; to Ihee.imple; lif e an.o
loye, erextliingltliai beautJXuVx in
nature and "art ; 'al so ' maes ' f o jrh eal th.
aa does also the -loTe oXsiiUle, children
Editor Honolulu StarBuiyUni? !
inr-I . hope', every ' yoang-man -'in
America;. baa read t'that j. article by
loss op. the tlast, game :tnwthe worlds
series. 'Cut it' out; boys. Read 'it 'tlll
you know;; !t by heart,, ;TelIl the u'ext
generatibjikbput it.It- Ought' t,; have
a placed in pur 'schtolVhlstbties. , : ;.
rWhat a.fine' series it .was! iiBuf did
yon alt.HptieHhat in, all the recetda
frdnjl thfvinalpland pe'raOltheteisr no
mention made, of any f dngry words'be-"
tweeni j .opjjbsins'.layefs, W; abuseCt
thbs,e. ; wor ..haying ddneflthelr besf.
ot an umpel where Ise.f ut;In
America ieould .that, have ; iiappenedj:.
,!;.nd , ndw,.;comes thiartclet-; 6j
Christy iilathewson the ; pitcher who
lost thej last game . fo? the Gants.'o
tice ;ihe .fine .spirit .with;, Khich he- re
bukes thpse'bf ua who. were iiaying.tjbe
blame hon Snodgrass ; "J vthftA i;ch ldish
simplicityj and exultation . with whieh
he? rejoices-in his', manager's .congrat
ulations; i the ;ftourtesy- in ;hisl praise
of Bedient's ' ; pitching & his ? sympathy
; V. JlMERCI ortixa Ahgelefte
tn the- city 'seeking to" repair bis IteaV
th. !.-'. .. v -
DENJAMIN SCHMIDT of . San Fran
ciscq, accompanied by ."Mrs.: Schtriidt,
are visiting in the city. '
and MjC.:.WolteT'ot NaaTebu, are
in the; city on a;shopping trip. . -
J. JH. CUM MING S of atf yanclsco,
who is, making a -tour of the .Islands',
returned'yesterday from the VolcandJ
OSCAR;, KATZ, of RochsterT New
York,-is In the city on a bttstness7 trip.
Mr. M. McMILLAN of Reno, ' Nevada,
returned yesterday from a trip 'to the
Vrolcano.: Ie; lawmaking a'tourib'the
Islands, accompanied by: llrs.J 5(cM il-
QWW ELECTION? E2E
U ST and ioisturc;arc severe r tests tor
any watch, and many a good vatch
becomes unreliable in Hawaii's , humid
climate. . -
, V .:;.?;-i.W:is??
But not the Howard Watch. The
Howard's perfectlv adjusted mechanism and
cial case are equal to every :test;'C-'-..t
'Th er 1 1 6 ward I is pre-eminent -a mong
watches. ; -;:--t:M ''vv-v!?
f Leacjing Jewelers
date 'fordeleitey late-yesterday r3fle
dared 'confidence in his. electionr at-!
though earlier, ir the'day jhe had r fa
(used to make- any prediction Von - the
vote for delegate Later.- he -said i : ; ? I
i ' "Messages hate .now been sent by
some blg'jpieople here, l ahj 'informfd,
16J some o? the larger v plantations
fararaghou t t he Terr! t'oty; ; r eques tin
support forme; aqd I -'feet, certain1. tha
4he results' wilt ,be shown "this" eyenlnj
When the; returns' begiav'tofcomejlnj
It' willmeansomething of a ' surprise
to; those "who; have been totd that Ku?
hio would v make, a'deaif sweep of the
outside distrlets,r and had 5 be ileved
that bldfftrl am., confident not onlyrtof
Sing Na, a laundryman, was arrest- on the naval pnntooa. . ar.j v
edfyesterdajr for alleged eonlplicity In Charged wturiarctny In tr.o
UitaefUof watcb from iworkman degre..v
winning ney eiectiqn. ; for tnjs -;ia a
Democratic year' and , 1 ;anv; at)emof
prat.";; ..;..l;--:; ;t v- -. r:i
kZin regard tovthis tmpoTUni'Drincb
pie ;.9f protection for Hawaii's stable
Industry, i want at. this time to again
pledge ( myself to!; the , sf rpngest ' kind
of ;: aAn$ht vln;; rpngresvagainstirany
f feeugar fegislation; or -reducti6n. in
the't augar. tariff. :, and to , plaQemyseJf
on record 7a9 standing for the 'pro
tection of American 'industries, lining
up shoulder to . shoulder . with those
Democrats who, Llieve X that prorf
tlon; to ; 'tBsei'idiistriejS "la ; responsi
ble. for. lhe prosperitr otV the -country
MANtREGISTftATION ' , '
Murray-was,'or why. Me.needd.kym-ratton8' forrchanges-; bad been made,
nathvi :: he tnamanimitr wihV'whicn noweyer; and -indication At .that hour
ITave you-toted yet?
If not, jrnst your vote
for progress. " Every-man counts in that kinl
of a campaign.
r-Four years front uow the suffragists will
probably be witlr-us males. :llere's hoping, any-
wav ! .0
wi!Mx hanl to find another smile lifce that
exiiding from Ketiring Secretarv fott-Smlth.
To Hawaii's promotion assets ald Secretary
(cVntlniied fromaae 1)
Tartie" manuka tte' tases. 'Although
only S3,4t8.18.a,emaln of this author
! -d sum.' it" Is 'ireely declared that
Ihe E.O.HaU site- is' far more valu-
.. A'Jury for ; the 'Jast ,slte hearing doubtedly also had a material influ
probably will not be called until some eRCe n tne pury's deliberations,
(im. nMfmnnth ..th.froi ,oH'c;Among 'Other things, the instructions
time will be occupied during the next
fortnight with the disposition of crim
inal cases on the October term calendar.
While the jury'6 verdict does not in
stated that "due weight must be given
the tax returns' Ordinarily Xhe 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
cbleilhan4any One of the firshree mate whs set at about $8000.
dicate what valuation it placed on the .owners approximated $10.000 that is.
improvements on the Office Supply that e award would hareleen about
Company site it Is thought the esti- tfcat miicb jnore M not this strets
for Murray; (w had forgotten twho
pathy ) phe magnanimitywith which
he assumes ?'the entireblane;;for the
defeat;- saying "I ..ought not V haye,
talked yerkes'';(4the' sterling- hbnestjf
with which ' he rinsists, 'No; I , didpt
iosei control ;y I trie to- get. him;-to
strike at, a; tadoneL' ; and tbe hope.ln
that climax) vFinei:., weather for- the
football i aeason J His ; foot pn 7. the
past It is a clpsed incident, , A cheer
ing bptimism' that Providence is; 'smil
ing on the future, -and he Js still, capa,?
ble ot enjoying it. ? . - ..'
i Andvpuf fi national sport ..develops
many, such men. v Let us teaclr'base
ball.. to the -nations. Let it, ! rather
than war,.4eUhe. future naeana of jle
velopingrthtee elements bf. strength
in character, courage, "fortitude, : pa
tience and dont. forget that it has
also its: force.in ideyeloping those ele
ments of beauty, love, sympathy, and
helpfulness.. ' -
It is a'distinct:!oss to .Haiaii that
we are not to have a visit from .the
New York: team, as planned for the
winter. It wqsUd be an uplift to our
young men to clasp the hand of such
a man. as Christy Mathewson.
Grand Old Sport I You lost the
game, but. you won.' vln the name; of
alL.true lovers, of clean sport, I oro-
Wdicatfon-lariy this tndrnlng We're
thai the election, boaf dlsJttin'oa: th'f
second floor "of "the 'Capitol I building
would have an. 'extremelyr..buyday
stralghtenrng out the rights of, electors
who had "erjred jn .registering in the
wrong precinctsV or in: spelling their
names at'the timethey f registered
Half; a dozen errors had beentfs
frctorily corrected t in the first 'hour
and ; a ' half,' before l the ral 'day 's bal
loting had begun,' andvtae number 6t
sich mistakes Vere expected to be die
covered, in Increasing", numbers as the
day advanced.' tV ; r
iThe;' election Aboard consists ' of 8an
Chillingworth. h.; chairman. k ind v. John
Holt and &i Kl Vlelrral; ; H i
f At iz : 30 p.- m.r omy a ooten ' appiir
were that nd pllikia -would be' encoun
tered. Most of the errors1 Were found
to i be: doe to' typographical ; mistakes
In the printedt registration ; lfsts. i Up
to that time all 'applications, to i the
board :of rTegistration bad been granted...--
.:.:U.;t- X-:;iyy rjAs?
. Political boss-vWeii i did you 'discover-anything.
in $tump'a past life
that we tan use against him?' ;
v Detectiye--MNot ;a thing. 'All - -he
ever'did before he came" here: was to
sell awnings.". ..
Political b08S"Why, that's . just
what we. want! We'll say that he has
been, mixed ; up in some decidedly
shady transactions", , . , ' ,- .t .
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ELECTION RETURNS AT LIBERTY
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Most ' complete returns, 4 both , .local
and presidential, will be shown by
stereoptlcon election night starting' at
6:30 and continuing until result is
certain. In conjunction with vaude
ville and 'mammoth picture program.
MANOA Fine residence lot, 55,000. sq. feet
Several vother choice properties
NUUANO 40,000 sq. feet in the upper, cool part of the valley ...,:$1750
OCEAN VIEW -Modern Horrte1 with all conveniences . ..i$S500
ANAPUNI ST, Modern story house $4500
Modern artiic' Bungalow ..
YOUNG'ST. Residence lot. 12981 sq. ft
PAWAAModern Wz story hoise
AULD LANE 3 bedroom house ....
For further particulars apply to
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The instructions ;of the com
jbeen placed on the tax returns of the
rt.un-Vrotertv. . H'. ' . ., f;
GUARDIAN TRUST CO., Xtd.,
SECOND-FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
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alua , a -.- '....' ...,. ........ v. $
. . KalmukL ( ... ..,..-' ...'....j,$.).C3,
Kahala Bsrh ' - " v " . t
Nuuanu 'Avenue . . ......,.'... .
Pacific Hei jhta . . r. ..............,
couega Mills Y.. ...
K 4 Wahrawa:x:..;". . . ..
; - Kanhl'"Road
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AJa- Maari and - Ena Roa
Kalihi r. . . . . i
r A' .vrniQ-. ..... w,. ..,. . .
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t i.V:$8.O0;$12.50r $15X3,
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v v -liTTTTTT A ;TTTT7TT.TaT.' flf .'IT TTiTa .
' .Tha Pepdar 7ewelera : ; ' ? -113 Hstil Cr;;t
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Isn't your "rent money the hardest to pay t -
Wouldn't the cost of your living come way down if you didn't
pay any rent?
Why do you put off owning a little land of ?6ur own"when
you know the price of land is rising?
A few dollars will give yon possession of a big lot in Kal
muk! or a half-acre in Palolo Valley.
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With chickens and a garden, and no landlord to support, you
can ease up on the pay-envelope. ......
The dollars you lant there have no wings.
with you always for your protection.
They will be
"PRICES: from 2xc. per sq. foot to to.
CORNEjTFORTANCr MERCHANT STREETS''