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Evening RiiBctln. Kst. 1882, No. C387.
H alian Star. Vol. XX. No. C427.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF. UAWAn,.;TFinRSDAY, NOV. 7r 1912.14 PAGESw.
PRICE FIVE CENTO
; ' ' . . : i s -
r Tvv in TTFj
Party Fund Small, and Person-
:aj txpsnses. maner biiu,
vr r ; Paid fay Himself ;
Delefafc ; Kuhio vai ri&lectedr to
uongret?a at an expedituro. '.of. less
tlian fir.oa of jTepubllcxin. campaign
,und, and hla personal expenses ran
Jar lelow that figure. Such la the
ta.temenC . today , ol v- Uobert
Shingle: ic.h airman of the Republican
Territorial central committee,, backed
op by documentary proof-. . . ,
Two years . ago, according 'to" fig
res rpoken cf at that time by those
dose to the campaign maaagement.
Komething like; $10,000 was' spent; In
the TerritorJaJ. campaign. A. u C. At
klnson was manager of the territorial
campaign, and' funds "wefo plentiful.
This year Kuhio not only Informed
the .'commit lee that he wished to de
fray; his c.ri personal expenses, but
he and til these connected with the
'management- are declared -to have
confined t! ?. expenditure of funds to
jirir.tir..-;, tiar.sportaticri and fcuch ln
clJrr.tals cable1 and wireless mcs-Ctos.-
T!.f te was nobarrel" open
ed In t! reiniLIk an Territorial
campa!:. y 'thoe, in a position to
know. '" ' -" ;. : -v
'Ctiirman Gh!nple was : fcund:tniv
mornlr.2 in his office lusi'y en?a'ped
en tto (
trr.th tf ;
r : r; v. . ; t '
' find cuchcs
i-i.t woik on a
. :.cws that hardii7 a
r.cy used two years
i.i cox.- ,"' ;vr '' . ..
ca the Republlcaa
A committee v.iU be
ibout f lr.GO." he fcaId.- ',,Thl3 .1nclud.'
a consUeratlo printing bill, aa-a copy
of Ihe Republican platform ws mail
ed to every citizen in the territory, at
a' cost of tereral hundred dollars. An
other large item in the ste lement w'M
be the expensp of. hiring :',a special
train on. the Hilo 'nilrcad to bring in
&00 voters from Iaupahoehoe and oth
er precincts clcng the road to Ihf
meeting at Hilo. This was made nec
essary by ihe prince's sudden J.lf err
wlich forced "'a cancellation, of rm
p2gn dater; The figure , I nameC
above includes, postage and small -in
' tidentals. : ; ,. : ' . ' A ,
1 "Of cburee ' the delegate bore hi
'percosal expenEes, as he informed Vr
ccramittee he preferred to do. He pai
these from, his own pocket ; I expect
to make puluc tomorrow
statement ." -
THE "LITTLE TTIIITE HOUSE, -AT SEAGIRT 1HLL SOON TAKE THE PL UE
A H2 EXPECTED TO ADD MLTII OP THEIR PERSONALITY TO THE -TONE OF SOC IETV ? ADMI.MSTRATIOX Cl
SEAGIRT WILL BE A BUSY SPOT IX THE 8UMMERTI3IE FOR THE 3 EXT FOUR YEARS. .
MASS, AS TnE -SOOIER CAPITOL". 5IR, WILSON AND, niS CHARIIIXfi WIFE
CIRCLES, AND AS ROTH 1JKE TU , JSMfcUTAI.Y TUIAU t lllLM),
. k W U L l3 v k uJ .
Wireless . from West Hawaii
; ; urg.ng contest is Hot
Nothing tangible has yet "appeared
on which -, u. U McCandiess , believes
be can,: base a contest of the election
of delegate. ' He said this morning
l hat ; 1 here 'was-nor inforaaliorr of -"a
definite nature .which: might form the
groundwork of proceedings to void
the election of Kuhio. VThe omy pro-
est made, as far a3 heard was .in
west .Hawaii, but It Is not known
whether this has relation to the elec
tion for delegate. From the fact thai
l he message came to the Democratic
candidate for, delegate an, "Inference,
and -nothing more, Is drawn that it
concerns him in whole or part Thi3
s the message: " I "
"Kealakekua, November 6T0 Mo-
Cahdiess, Honolulu From ' De Mello.
Protest first", and second . precincts' of
vVest . Hawaii. '.; -:' , . ;: 'v "
De Mello was ; a ' candidate for re-
iresentatlve. Possibly, his message As
1 request to McCandless as leader to
"lie 'a preliminary protest - with. - the
Secretary5 of Hawaii. : M-:,f;.j -i-.
There is- circumstantial evidence at
Democratic headcuartera Indicating
hat the "endless chain- was used to
.ome extent This, is a collection of
a detailed 1 specimen or sample Dauots nana-
marked for Republican candidates. At
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Commenting on the election results best, it Is recognized, these ; papers
throughout the territory, Mr. Shingle! woidd be only corroboraUve evidence
called attention to the fact that re-Jot that particular ; kind of fraud. In
vised figures give Kuhio a majority oft 1e first precinct of . the fourth dis
over 1200. ', ' ; ; ; i - j Ulct it . is said, ' a native voter was
: ? "The Republican party :v has been; detected putting his bunch of official
generally, upheld throughopt the ter- ballots in his pocket as he advanced
rltory, he said. Ve have eighteen toward the voting compartments, and
members of the house and nine of the! was' compelled to deliver; them up to
. ,. ,; the judge superintending the ballot
J (Continued on' pace S.) ."-v,- I boxes, v; ; " . ! :: fvv:v;
AS HE SURVEYS THE RUINS
: Another: important 'and Bignlficant
rtep - toward the, ultimate raising ' of
the Department of Hawaii to division
rank is indicated - by, the change of
Etatus of the ; base hospital' at: Fort
Shafter. Heretofore .this" Institution
has been Sunder, the fthief surgeon of
l he 'Western Division, V and - has ; been
practically administered :j from ; San
Francisco;- now ,it is to be known as
a department hospital, Entirely sei
arated from. division'heaaqViarters.
will be made by the department com
niander, subject; of course, to army
regulations . -. ".J" ' ' .. - ' sW-V t'-ri?
There Is , far more to this change,
which is announced;. in : -.O... No. 12,
Department of Hawaii, than the mere
change of name.: I -Formerly, the Shaf-
ler hospital was officially, only a post
affair,. caring also for . the ; sick t.of
Ruger- and- Do ; Russy..' This meant
that although all the serious.. cases
from Schofield Barracks ; were taken,
there for treatment the number of !
hospital corps men allowed was based
on ?the number r of troops at ' Fort
Shafter: alone,: This . meant : that two
non-commissioned officers and eight
privates of ( the hospital - corps were
expected -s to look after a hospital
which" at times contained as many a3
70 .of . the soldier aickAir: this time,
however, the dlrlsiorf was ? ordering
sanitary - troops to Schpfleld Barracks,
basing the disposition on. the number
of troops there, although' no - attempt
was made to care for - any , serious
cases at ; the '', ro akeshift hospital ,:, at
Leilehua. : Protests, from tthls depart
ment" at 1 the; impractical division rof
the hospital corps merely - led to " ref
erences to the reg" 'atiens until flnal
JyrthA.Wrpartwi took,' the. mat
upA: and rendered ;a.- declslony
whereby' the Departhlent of Hawaii . is
entitled to maintain a ' department
hospital, outside the "control of the
division.-. ,,.;.v; ' f ..r .. '
: According jto the order. Just issued,
the department hospital . at Shafter
will take care of all the serious cases.
Prbnrcssivcs Regard tho Work
p this Year as Educative y
' , ;and Preparatory ;?"-
By.C. S. ALBERT
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence)
: ' Altoiigh the teWs belovr vfas nrlt
tem sone day bure tic 7'" " '
election, it I apparenfthctlV ! i.
teli did not Intend to let a Ia 1 13
1912 stop his campaign or president
Is 1916.3 . " i v.-; ':-'0 --r'.'
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Royal George Grounds in St.
) Cawrenc2 and Ccnta Rcs-
- WASHINGTON,; D,, C; Oct .23.. A
campaign of education and . organiza
tion whereby the Progressive element
few stcfc as possible m.peept at a:;:rT"
1 - vi 7:iir
; one 01 ;tne-poinL- Drougut vut-.nuiz - - - . ,r. .
h. ,. m9n..,ront flinrnn tn an to secure a majority of the .regular
officer r at - department headquarters,
was. the necessity for,extreme: mobil
ity of the Schofleld garrison. In case
of an actual '.Invasion of the island,
Schofleld Barracks would; be no place
(Qontinued on Page 8) .
Republican Publicity Manager
. n 1 1 1! 1 i. n v x
rosis nis lssi ban lor
0"'':a Meeting u :
y J. Walter. "Doyle, the genial gentle
man vwoo handled the publicity, ad
ertlsing, . meeting "schedules, who
ran the seating and lighting arrange
, meets for most of the ' rallies, who
kicked after transportation in every
thing from trains to sea-going hacks,
who : helped paint . signs and write
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ALL SIZES IN STOCK.
H. HENDRICK, Ltd,
Xlertliant Md Al&lca Sts. TeL 2618.
speeches and jolly the populace, and
in between times talked hard for Re
publican candidates this .Idle youilg
entlenjian Is nothing if . not buoyant
of temperament . .'y- l ':
Doyle and Chairman B. von Damm
cf the ilepublican county- committee,
were two of the hardest workers ever
aeen in , captivity, during the entire
campaign. Von . Damm worked so
hard and cut his soul Into, the cam
paign so deeply that along about nine
o'clock. last Tuesday night when the
ruins, of the Republican party in. this
county ,were crashing about his ears
and Republican candidates were go
ing to glorious defeat "Von" disap
peared. .;.;v: h
He "took It on the run," as the
sports say," and he hasn't been seen
since. He ;,is In , voluntary exile. al
though it certainly wasn't any failure
of his in the working line that pre
cipitated the calamity.
Returning to Mr. Doyle: . He was as
much interested in the campaign as
anybody more than a good many peo
ple, for he had taken a few, chances
with the goddess fortune . in he way
of those alluring "cinch bets." He
was Interested personally and finan
cially, and besides, he considered that
his professional reputation as a pur
veyor of publicity was fat. 6take, He
did his work , up to the notch, but
twenty publicity managers wouldn't
have made much difference when the
land began to slide
Doyle stayed up at Party headquar-
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(Continued on Pago 8) .
Delegate Kuhio has been reelected
to " Congress by a majority of 1263
votes over Link McCandless, accord
ing f to an estimate made this "morn
ing by. Robert W. Shingle, , chairman
of the Republican territorial . central
committee and In charge of the terri
torial campaign. .' : "j .A-.;
' .; The r figures - are not yet entirely
complete,1 because returns are still
missing from one precinct on Hawaii
and one precinct on Kauai. The Kauai
precinct is Niihau, and Mr. Shingle
yesterday received a' telephone mes
sage, from Mr. Francis Gay, who came
to Honolulu from Kauai after the elec
tion, that all of the" fifty votes 'would
probably be for Kuhio, r However,
Chairman Shingle makes an estimate
of 20 "Kuhio votes on : Niihau, added
to the 199 majority on" Kauai. iv -. j: .1
delegates pledged 1 to. the nomination
of , Col; Roosevelt v It . is ;'.. intended
henceforth to make the fight for su
premacy within Instead of putslda the
artyv . r ;t--$ ;V;, ; f ,
i For. months before the Bull' Moose
movement blossomed out Over night
into a ' full-fledged flower it was
known that Col. Roosevelt ; and ' . his
friends were planning to give' him the
Republican presidential' nomination in
1916. It was then proposed that Sen
ator La Follette should make the run
this rear and go down to. defeat in his
Avn wii When ! tt kfipoma annironf
The missing .HawalU -precinct is thflf ho COTia.rt- am V
either Hookena or ? Hoopualoa; and , runnin? either rj- Chfcae-o r iMheT
thirty rKuhio votes are estimated to tne colonei not restrain himself
have, been cast 4 H ' and hastily plunged . into5 the contro-
The Maul majority of-932 for. Kuhio ,ver8y, shoving La Follette aside.. By
was received Jn .a special -wireless j go domg he 'created dissension Iwithin
message to the Star-Bulletin as pub-1 the' ranks of the Frberessives . hut he
I lished yesterday, and Mr, Shingle has cared nothing -if or that He; invites
not neara : omciauy, wnat tne 31am ; rather than avoids dissension.
vote' is. Taxing tne- majority as wirea
-. "j' rAssoclateJ Press C i - . , . ,
nDMTHZAL. Can, N:vcn-.b;r 7.
Tho '12 passsr2ir ilr.:r Hcyit C t : ?
hat grounded Jn-ths CT-.Lawrr-t? ri
ve r.t ?r"nr .vr: I
' Four hundred pas:sr;;rs were sav
ed amfi ;nxi!!:rtl tt'.'.zz. Ftzr wsre
felt for the safety cftha vti I sr.J
tho boats were lowered at ones.'. Tho,
passen;srs kept their heads ar.d were
taken off rapidly. ..: ;.. ... ..
WAR DOESfiT INTERFERE :
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SAN FRANCISCO, C:!., ?
4- 7-Ycman's s-frrj v. : i .
fireatsst victory in it: M: : :
th eis:ti:r l;:t T, :; -V .
f - Thrta Cist::, C. :-,
f and Mlch!;:n &? '
ment ta th:ir C
-f tioni crantlr t-.:i .
t- privle;;j t3 v. :t .
cm ls:i:!2ticn tD t:
si:?t:i ct a t;::- !
tha Lt;':::..jr5 !: :
had tj li':rz' 1. :.: ,
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frajo wsj d:f:et:.
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WITH THE JOYS OF LIFE tain
yesterday, Mr. Shingle this 1 morning
gave out the following figures : . -
Kuhla's majority on Hawaii 920
Soon after Col. Roosevelt's selection
by the Bull Moose convention of "Au
gust 5 he made . the flat-footed i an-
Kuhio's majority on Maui v.. . . 932 nTr m. i"". u
Kuhio'H malorltv on Kanal 22q "o of winnmg this yearf He was
Kumos majority on Kauai '.looking ahead to 1916. He wanted to
Total Kuhio majority . . . 2081
McCandless'B majority on Oahu . .. 818
Grand total Kuhio majority ....1263
Kuhio's: majority In 1910 ...3624
Supervisors Will Be Able to
Spend $50,000 a Month
for Two Years
With a Democratic mayor and only
one Republican member on the boar a
the Democratic supervisors-elect 01
Honolulu have been given a fro? rein
in the handling of the municipal and
county government ,and will have am
ple opportunity to fulfill the pledges
, .' f - r ....
' Known He Would Like to Fin
ish Work for Federal
From pre-election statements mado
by Robert W. Breckons, U. S. Dis
trict Attorney, it is understood thai
his resignation from that office will
be forwarded shortly to the Attorney
General at Washington, D. C. It was
said some time ago that if the Demo-'
make the best possible fight and form
" (Continuod from Pago 2)
MEXICO CITY, October 19,Resi
dents of the capital appearnot to be
greatly : perturbed by' the knowledge
that a score of states are embarrassed
by rebels.- Society islooking forward
with great, interest to the opening of
the opera-season next month, and the
devotees -of the bullfight are display
ing a aeen interest in- the Inaugura
tion, of the winter's season of fights.
The management of the big steel
bull ring ; has gone ahead '.. with its
plans for bringing to Mexico the best
matadors obtainable this ' 7ear Ma
chaquito, :Puntaret and Galljto con
fident? apparently, that the residents
of " this capital, whether governed by
Madero, Orozco or Zapata, will yet
provide its quota of some 20,000 every
Sunday , to witness the skillful work
of "the great Spanish "toreros." ;
v The , president himself appears not
to let the disturbed' conditions In his
country, interfere greatly with . his
social .movements and : a not infre
quent note in the ; evening papers is
fone telling of a picnic attended by
the president and Mrs. Madero, or a
banquet that was distinguished by the
presence of the president ; ; ' "
00 v ',-::
Over "one hundred cabin passengers
arc aboard the Oceanic Steamship lin
er Sierra that' has sailed . from, San
Francisco : and should . arrive here
bright and early Monday, morning,
TOPEKA, Ken., ;
son carries Kaniii
joo-in-lew cf Cel. P.:
to have been Cs.'eal:
velt ' ; '
1 y w.i .
Will Govern New York State
made by them on the stump during the ! crats triumphed at the polls on the '
campaign. In fact, their plans, to the i mainland, presaging a change in the!
electorate have borne such fruit, in j cabinet and consequently a new At-'
giving them absolute sway, that thejtorney -General, Breckons would j
general feeling is they can have no 'move out of office with the retiring r
excuse for failure to live up to the j administration. j
pre-election promises made so enthu-1 Attorney Breckons at present is
8?astically. . j confined to his home by a severe in-;
une or. these was that tney viuia jury received several days ago, In a;
reduce the taxes, by cutting down the
fall at Waialua mill. Mr Breckons;
(Continued from Pago 3) j
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Congressman William Sulzer- of New York,
.: 1 1
; Camp " Vineyard street wr: t
scene of riotuou3 revelry ca A:t
29 at least, according to th rr;;
derance ( of. testimony Izirz lu: : 1 : t
the-hearing of the case cf Liz: I
District court this mcrrilr c;ia a
charge ot ; selling liquor without a
license. - .;... . . .. '
h'The arrest of Hoopli w-3 fo"3,l
by his diicharge, Judge Larnach fall
ing to. find sufficient evidencs to czz
vict ;r; : , ' ; - ,.
According to license inspector Fen
nel 'Bluet .native wine and cttrr li
quors are openly sold at th 3 r. : t c
fous camp. He alleged, that Hcctli ha!
disposed of quantities of wins to var
ious residents of the thickly cczscst
ed district-Including Hawalians, Fcr
tuguese and Porto Rlcans.
vFennell worked up a ase wterela
he called witnesses who declared ta
FoopU had offered and r ecei ve4 pay
for wine on several. occasions. durlsx
the past six' months. V .. ; .
-FenneR alleged that the defendant,
d not engaged In any occupation for
the , past . tlx months to his personal
knowledge. i:y-'tX'':.- '
: While , the charge of seliing Ilsnor
faile dto stick. Fennell Immediately
pressed, another charge that of keen
lng large quantities of intoxicants oz
the premises, which . case .is to ro -fought
out in the lower court .tomo -
rcw. " . ,.
ARTHUR HYDE LAY IS .
NEW BRITISH C0?JSUL
1 The' Governor received formal noti
fication today , from the Jnterior.
partmenf. At iWaihington D C that
the- State department has -1 ecbxnixed
Arthur Hyde Lay as the new British
consul for Honolulu. Mr. Lay comes
w ; succeed Thomas Harrington, the,
nresent acting cgnsal for Great' Bri
tain at- this" port. uilj,y; ?-'f.A': k ,
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SAN FRANCISCO,' Not. E??:;
88 analysis, 9s 5L Parity, CC? c -'z.
PreTlous quotaticr, r - ' ' '
, (Continued on Pago 8)