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The Perktnt :; Art Calendar
are aurprltea ; thla year new;;
scene -finer quality than ever :
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HOTEL AUCRCY ARRIVALS.
Nov. "14 Miss" Evelyn Wrrbb:m,
: Lalco Tt.oe; Mi;-.. 'Toot f! a Lr.Jwl,
Los Arr . '; . 1'. F legrlf rj:, Pari?,
' France; V. McKean, Auckland, N. Z.r
. , ov. 1C. Miss -Agnes ' G. Dunne, llo-
nohilu; ' l.lisa Florence Lee,-1 lonclalu;
. J. Walter .Dcylc, Honolulu, Mr. Red
' 'lrtcn, Honolulu; LleuL -Vaugoan,
Ucnclulu, F. B. Thlele, -.Honolulu; Mr.
Kan Frtmcisco; P. V, Geary,
IIa::c!.:!;!. Nov.. 17 W. D. Adams,
Her i", Mi?3 M. Drown,' Salt Lake
' City. L''h; y.'r Hazel Cr.;Ith; Ecrke-
Icy, C. !.; CI;rt:;ce-V"atcr-na:i,' Hcno
. lulu; Mi s ::. n;!.'tn, Pittsturg, Ta.;
Mr. r- ' Mr-. J. G. Dr.el, Kchala,
. Hawaii; Mi f. Akcrraan, Hcnclula;
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- CIIJLS. II. ATIinr.TONV '
Treasurer, Hwa I lar.taticn Company.
. Hcr.clulu, November lCth,-1912.
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. : CPZCIAL MCCT1NG.
Ey order cf the -Board of Directors,
r. Special Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Oahn Sugar Company, Ltd.,
') will be hI at th" cfflee cf II. IlaclJ
. le! 1 cr. Co., Ltd., Honolulu, cn Friday,
''-November 3,' 1012, at 2:00 p. m. . :
The stock books of the company
-ttlll be closed' to transfers front No
vemter 21st to November 20th, a, c
.: loth dates' inclusive,
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' Secretary Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
'.. Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1912. . ..':
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Larcttt Pacific, Souvenir
v etare In the World
HAWAII A COUTH
. 6EAS CURIO CO.
Ycuna Bulldlna ; -
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Cxclutlvo Yet Inexpensive i Hexdtxr
I MRS.' GCaCKSHEAR ,
Harrison Dlk, Fort SU nr. Ceretzsla
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Comparison of the tote on . delegate
in'JSlO And at the; recent election ia
given ': bielow showing; the vay f ., In
which Kabio lost In the last K two
years.- The : figures ' appear to 1 bear
out the contention made before elec
tion that if the Home Rule and Social
ist candidate had received a total of
1,000 votes of this year It might have
made a material difference In the se
lection of delegate, . . ' -, - :n-: ?
: COHPAKATIYE TOTEOX DELEGATE, lal"-;:;;;
v".; r:'; -t, ; vff'Jv;; Hawaii. JTaaL , Oahn. Kauai - r
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t Kohto..-.-ViV; V;i"i4: i .V -1,00S
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Total ;...,..V...U..: i,6S9
m vgd' ;. 3d
V' O ,Dlst
Kuhio ; . . . ; . : .907 '
Total , . r ;. ; . . . . . 1.558 -
-Kuhio's plurality -.1 332- :;
McCandless'; plurality. I. . . i
r Second rtecinct not yet heard from ; has about 110 votes.,.
YT "T " " T f f ' O
(Ccrllzrci frct Trr 3 1)
out of the hands of the Jariaese Jehu
ati drove eff at c. ;reat rate. . ,
When Mary, ha J recovered partial
ly' from the effects- of :; the 'blow she
had received before being bundled into
the hack, she asked Seung where they
were,' and he told her that they were
in Hunana valley. Presently the tack
came 'to a Etc? tc fore "the, house of
a flower peddler, and Mary; was forced
into, the place. Kim Sang then' disap
peared, and Seung told the owner. of
the. house'. to get cut, which 'he di..
Seuns then tried to impress Mary
tkat they were the sane as married
tecnu.-a her family had ccr.sented that
he ecu! J marry Lcr, and the girl told
kirn. that they were r.ct married, and
what was more that thry never wculd
be n.arrled. Eeung then attempted-to
assault' the girl,'' tit the fcuht t:-ck
ct tlra. It v.-a a ; aflcr' twelve o'clacl:
when they had arrived at tha tons 3 In
Nuua-.u valley, rnd frera that time cn
fe-.r in the morning 'the
c!:r.- with the-Korean. At
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-The figures also show that either
there- were fewer rotes polled this
year than two years ago, or more bal
lots - disqualified - this year." There
were exactly j. S00" fewer ballots re
corded this year. This idoes not take
Into consideration, 'however, tbft 'fact
that the report from the; Second pre
cinct of the. First district has not yet
been heard from officially. This pre
cinct has about 110 -voters.-!
The tabulated comparison follows:
'.Dist DIL - Dlst : DIst. DIst Total
779 ' 1.5S6 , 2,086 rUlS x - 67S - 8,043
193t: 122 Hi 220403
263 " 212 56 'IIS m i S9 - SS9
1,340 ; 2,401 3,535 3,552 t.054 341
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Pbt DIst. - Dlst DLst; : BlsL H ToUI
:is i 29 ,68- - 56 8 500
848 1.568 ; 1,546 ' 1,508 576 ,653
U25 . M36 v . 376 ; 5,744
107: K:, 28 57 " 13 -i344
U76 ; 210 3.567, 357: . 973 13 41
545 Jm Y;.i :r;0O U09
. . . ; . ; '379 i428 Yrw'k;i,-.
put on the trail,. arrived at the bouse
after a long search. With; the officers
came KIra Sang, who was also arr est-
ed." ; :V'--t---.-.;
LOOKS LIKE DIG HOUSE ?
FOn SYLFHOfiY COfJCERT
A full- housft for the Symphony; Or
chestra concert .tonight at the-Hawaiian
opera house is the outlook, ac
cording to the way tickets 'have been
going for. the last few. hours. - v -
. Mrs. Charles L. Hall, soprano, is the
soloist, and jthe symphony orchestra
will appear in several numbers, "The
concert 13 scheduled'to begin at 8:15
o'clock. ' , '' ;l';r:
HAYL YOU A COUCIIf A
It 4 you have a , cough, cure If A
cough is a eymptoni.of more serious
trouble. Chamterlain's . Cough. Rem
edy is the best, attainable and' .you
need have no hesitancy in nslng-it," a3
it contains nothing injurious. ' For sale
by all dealers. Denscn; Smith & Co.,
Ltd., agents for Hawaii. advertise
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CK (Continued from Pass ;1) ;
most direct ontaa with the denties
of the underworld. V'f :: -
' "While he permanent removal of the
dfstrictwas beini agitated, the chaiy
gea of graft began to rise. rGraft" has
been; whispered by . the women them
selves, ' chauffeurs and hackmeh who
are part of the hidden night-life of the
city. tyUonolulu'a anderworlcLV ;
- Tb charges are. that the unfortun
ate women ; have ; been told " to "gtve
up" fifteen .dollars -each,-. on the ; re
presentation that some powerful ? in
fluences In the background would see
that lwllel would be reopened and kept
open for Jtheir trade. ( t : ":..
i The? fact: that n a new i grand Jury
was impaneled :thla morning together
with thej seriousness of the charges
and J the looseness with .which hey
have been ' flung around,: gave rise to
the reportthat the federal jurors will
investigate the stories. ; J ,; ; v
.As t- the;;grand i Jury); was ' . swornin
only a few hours ago however, the
probabilities; are. that nothing has as
yet been brought before it r . - -v
One ot the stories which " Is being
told ; around pretty, generally Is that
some- of the women refused to make
the payment 'demanded of them and
that they have retained counsel to look
after their interests. ; w:. ..-
; In bref this -IsHhV;story.with the
namea omitted, which the grand jury
may be asked to 'investigate. -
Leak In Police Circles.'
When It became nolsjsd abroad if
the innermost police circles, , that; the
federaF authorities acting upon the
complaints of the decent element do
ing business Inawilek had decided to
close the district, Japanese represent
ing themselves as active ' age n 13 - for a
certain politician Irp Honolulu, went
to the women Inmates, of thehouses
and to the women running the places,
and told them what waa going to hap
pen;?.. J low these vultures secured the
information of .the .projected inove i3
something- which tho, grand: Jury - will
doubtless - determine' There .was ' a
leak somewhere. V.- ; :
The closing'. of Iwilel, as predicted,
gave a certain air of authenticity to
the statements of the Japanese, ; and
when,, a day or so after the closing,
they appeared again, and offered to
have, the district re-opened upon the
payment of. $15 from each of the.won
en, or say -$1300 in all; most of the
womn were- willing to pay. . It ' wa3
promised that the politician, whese
name had'beeri'raentioned. in the first
placeV. would 1 use his 1 influence with
the United .States -authorities here to
have' the' first-orders countermanded
Within five days after the total amount
of the.'mohey -demanded r was paid.
' Several of the Japanese were fcno-ttn
to' be close'to thU politician, and that
fact, .together ;'Ith . his ; own - alleged
pressnee in" the district one day l:et
" s e ' - , ' 52 f ' 1 ' ' ' ' v i f - ; th e : d e ma r. :
atit-.iy ac!ectin' of money -tc-zzrZ
-.'Tbcu i 1. ;rs icur-Japanese cf .t-3
lowest type employed in the 'tas1.:, un
der , the supervision icf , a; leas'a-hc Id s r
in: th9 istrict well known ln-the law
courts. ; This man,-it is said," order e J
hi3 tenants tO'.pay;up'or. be evicted,
It I3 asserted that all .of them paid. ', -
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Ours are the best. in. town.,, j
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w . . . ii ii nil .iii :ii I 1 1 ii - i i - -.; il il il . . " . -7 . t . - I
this mornl-.T la mad np cfr Cc:r?
A. McDou.-all. Chirle3 L. Hal!, i:..- r.?
K. Allen; Arthur IZ, Joscs, Min v. :i J.
Serpa,--Jerse Ulii.1, VWilllara i:t;n:
Charlc3 DIackstad.' Irwin SraM!r.r. H.
P. Koth, W. D.' Adams," Jan;ea Wako
field F. . IX ' Creed on. A, J.; Campbell.
E. E. Hartmaa. J. S. Smeaton. Uulaal
Lemon. Harry C Brims, F. C Atherton
and John lESnger (foreman). )
MISS BLASCOEFTS ; '
illsa Frances Bla3coer, tLe'r social
investigator who cade a detailed ex
amination of conditions here recently
In her. report to the Kalulanl Home
Trustees, took up" thl3 very-question
of the social evil and the close croii
mityrof'the vice district to the can
neries. In her report' M Iss ; Biascocr
said : ;v;;A::,;;'.-.--yr;., ; '; rS''; ' "
Iwilel and the Workers. ;' .;
(Observations made at visits during
the lunch hour and in the evening to
the stockades immediately adjoinln
the canneries, where the social evil
haa'its generally recognized being ia
Honolulu), .v ; ': " -'
V Up the long lane from- the- railroad
station and past the penitentiary; then
some tumbledown shed3, in the last
stages of decay but occupied by human
beings; -next a few cottars, rear st
ably well kept and attractive, all cf
them rented for," immoral purpose.
Then the ; canneries themselve3. D;:t
up this :road. almost half a mila lar -.
must ""come the women' and girls who
work In the three estatlisv,nent3 c!
fering practically 1 all the work obtain
able ; in Honolulu by . unskilled . wcrk
ersJ'The only alternative to thi3 rout?
is the; unsafe one acrcs3,th9 raiircaJ
tracks. Not only must , th? wc; Lers
come this way, but- they return hsr:
either-through - this district nretir.T
and- being accosted- ty.-s!:i:rs sr.:
citizens on their way to t:; ci'v -
ur else they must cress th.? rai.rc !
tracks, almost always efLer dail;, wi::.
dlm.lfght down the c'.iey an no I: j,!.t
at all acrcs3'th3 tra-: -!.
Immediately be-yor.d tha" . car. :ri
lies the remainder cf the Iuihl C.
trict running i:p air:?: to tv? c
nery'. gates.-; In this Eect.'en are t:..
cnly lunch-rcsn3 avai:i: r.r t:
cannery employes. Tha c'r!3 r.r 1 ' -men
must either ccrs 2. I rr, c: :
tring' thfir - lunch, cr
sweet rcll3,.cahr3, canfy r!
water which are tho caly reT; ;
o!d-!by. the Jaranera wh3 t: .:
lunch 'wagons to the cannery
Isesat noon and ia'tke'eveni-.T. 2-'.' r
course mcan3 '.a csiJ .meal a:;.r L .
hours of work, with r.o zlzzz to t'.l
down" and cat it , . - .
The rcstiurant3 cf the'.d:. ;:et rr
surprisingly clean and ere r.:i c
ty Chinese." They ' fill to th.Ir t. ..-
city -a few meneais ".artcr t ,; . .
o'clock -with men and women,' 1 ,
and girls of all national: tie a." t
fclll cf far -.varies f; . .. c:.: . r ... i
rolls for five rents to n dir e;
bowl 'of ECUprWith Lr: .. !. asee...; .
by an egr; cr 'a iL:: cl st: .-, f
tien "cuts: ;A Chi---- rrcr.rn r
shared'-a 'tea cent :;'-.'? :f rise
stew.' .Tlcn-and. girl3 ch J; I t:.
other f.. -.lliarly;
A tal'., tony Kcrean r.zis his I
of co.Tee and sweet tzV.- He
had had jthe'sama thi;..; far Lrv '
befcra starting1 wcrlc at .re:: o'.
but ' sometimes .vari-! t'.! m '
a howl of milk. Ha . : his Cr.::
a restaurant in ten. far ten c
hi said ; ta was working his
through -school. ; - .
Mn another restaurant a Pert 0 r.i.n
woman sat in the corner rne'eir- a
cigarette. Sha spoka r.o Er.:: 1 1. r.
neighbor at table was a ycur- II:. I
lan woman an ex-teacr.er ;.ho" .to! 1
ua sne had married - and' given 'up h. r
sebool;-' but' her .husband came l '
IZ5 a month'driving a baker's v
fohe worked during tha ca- ..:: ; t
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