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'Hans partially' finished Ly-Archl;
ttcts Ripley.: arid sPavis for Uae :neW
Oiihu prl8on,- to be tuilt on a thlrty-
ix acre, tract at Kalihi at anapToxi.
:. ate cost of $1Z0,(. "nere approved
I the Territorial ccials yesterday
j.'ternoon. " There will' be hurried to
. r-irlctioa wlttla He rcxt few weeks,
tr.d Hih Snerl.T Henry says be ex--1
ccts the new penitentiary to be reaiy
Icr occupation a 'year hence. ; .
. The prison, including: the yard -and
vails, will cover about twenty-seven
' ceres of. the trct already belonging
; 1 1 the Territory and rJ-1 9 acres more
. Llto be acquire! r' rt from private
': A large numttr of people gathered
ft the -KilcLana Club last evening to
Mew the new paintings by tts I.-Ic. -?
' t-.tisi D: Ilownri Hitchcock. ;Tha i-Ic-t
res called forth much critical adr-lr-'
t'.on and there' were raany inquiries
1 to the prices by are lavers who are
IrrMng forward; to mahlng some pur-
. e; rises. . - ;.: ' -:- - "-. . -
Ccancisseurs who have visited' the
unit's 'ftudio' during" the .past year
J ve tail that the improvement In bis
v crk is' marvelous. He has made a
1 '. w dcrarture and has been entirely
1 ?cessf.:!. "IT? Jh3 f:r -tcrta -tine
1 cn - wcrLing for a " lurulaous 'er.ect
has succeeded. in ett:" It. ICrcn
. t trand .complemented him . when he
t; 11 that Mr. Hitchcock tad bee able
- ret the luminous " elect without
J. irg any of his wonderful coloring."
Mr. -Hitchcock confessed a decided
I cfcrenee for Canvas No. 2, which de
; :tcd the rice f.e! !s at HanaleL ; This
v. us a demonstrt'en. cf . the stir:3:
1 ; ere he has teen : triving for. T! :;c
1 . cscnt at .' the Iii; ana Club last
i.;;ht who. were fc::::i"ar with scenes
it I.Iunalei were greatly pleased with
1 ?. is picture, and declared the coloring
i lc true to life. ' ; . ,.
The 'companion picture to : this,
'vVairuea Canyon, Kauat." received as
iMiic.h favorable comment This' shows
, t : c- wonderful brown, hills jso. "typical
K?ual." Light was brought Into this,
' , jointing In the fane manner as in the
lit naki Rice" fields. There Is a tort
- luminous atmosphere -there-which
I ads an air of fascination to the can-
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The two paintings above mentioned
received much praise but there .-."were
' several of the smaller Canvases which
appealed to the majority of those
- present V-'.'-ii-.-'-i - :-i;:.
Of nvis No. 8, '"'The Cloud "of Eve
; B'g, Mr. George Burroughs Torrey,
- the portrait painter who visited '.the
isdands recently, said, "That is a big I
"r' 7. i 1 1. t r
about ithecountry Ught is given the
lflntlngby a huge white, cloud fast
at the point of vanishing.
I' . The two paintings of the rugged
co4.st of the Island . of Molokal rcceiv
y cf' ; much V favorable ; comment -The
. very ruggedness of the' tall cliffs are
- characteristic of Molokal and familiar
to air who have parsed the. Island oh
tic-email steamers." c 5 - -'-
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owners by condemnation. v That port
tiqn of tie tract outside the prison
wlls will bV used for prison farmiag.r
Jn , addLtioa to providing: ;np-to-datQ
arjcommo itions, both for ' the risonf
ers and cCIcials,- cettainly very m'uca'
needed now, the new ttructure wil(
have, accommodations for 600 convicts
and ) will be so built that 'additions;
v,Le'n- desired,: mlyt be built without
altering the. original plans; ' The old
bastUe in use at present Is badly overcrowded,-though
it has only, about 270
Utnates, and la almost totally lacking;
!n sanitary appliances. b'vi.'"
The new institution will consist of
a' larre, adirinistr-tlon - building, two
muiuer Bicauiu .pp.ixiwii " wmtUf ap
parently Veas " ' not appreciated 4 was
"ITalerr '.?rr. 2'j,Cilav ea,'r-.'Ttl8. canVas
would perhaps appeal more ": to one
fatniliar . with the crater. It" seemed
to have been, taken at daylight when
o grey mist from the pool , of boiling
i.wa was rising to me nig
Of the t wenty-ono.palntlnsa. shown
few" if '"any "receive J 'anyihtg tfav
crall " comment . and the; exfliition
v, as considered well worth whue, re
gardless of the ttormy ni;ht
A7ILL (.'EET FRfDAY
The next meeting of the Tentorial
Teachers' Association will beild at
the McKinley : High .School '.Friday,
November 22, 1912, at S o'clock p. m.
The following program' will be the or
der cf the day: :.-: ;t;';.;'';;'::;:
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Montessori Ilethod with Begin-,
nc:s :.ir, v. u.
Cchools ' :
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Biscussion of .the Method Associa
tion. - 0? -rJ ; - . .,.'- ;':,,,.:
. . The public is cordially - invited; to
attend "::;: 'r'i'';' :d-:yyyy' d '
MAYiGET THEIR COIN
T Election Inspectors will be : present J c
at tonicht's meetimr of; the: suoertis-i'
ors to ask why the Dayroll wras held
up at the last meeting.
, : The roll covers about $650 and re
presents , the pay of all the precinct
inspectors who served " .on election
day. It is said that the rea'son some'
of the supervisors favored holding lip
the 'pajroll was .because each , inspec
tor was to receive $10. -
'Ao A 1 m ' s m ft t Mr
ice - woBicMon j weuioa mon-f rt aground on the rocks ten miles
stratcd Miss C H. Ueeke, Punahou, Quebec Jin the .St Lawrence
rrCl-aratOr.' . . - .. ii- ft o Mrrrlmr qrtl 'mccOnrora
rr 1. - a.
cincts,T .who - Worked : nearly - all night' organizing a pohtical party In the in
counting. Vbfii ballata ,to; receive; terests'of labor is, to be seriously ton-
m, while in the ser .sidered. : a-,:: Z :y&y-.: dyy yd
cincts arc to receive only ;$5 each, .
The board ' will probably-, pass the
bill and put it up" to Mayor Fern for
rignature.- : ; ;. - i - r'-'Z.
- Photo-Ec-raTia of : blghest -grade
can be secured from the Star-Ballctla
I'bfiLo-tcmtlnX Plant c : ' '
stories, in teight and will have a full
hfietnrt : titimtprf or nno nfno : rf the .
square ; ; a big., workshop at r the ..oppo
site, side and a group of buildings in
the center fit the yard in the form of
a SU Andrew's' Cross.
v Tne latter j will contain the , ctlls, a number, . of, large cells, the store
arranged Ini dormintory ttyle, the Min- rooms, p the i swomen's f dormitories,
ing hall Jand a hall foir general meet-1 guards rooms, quarters for "prisoners of
ings.. . At the center of ithe cross aithe better class,;,a few dark.cells for
tower.; forty feet "jieh. will hold a wat'Ui-rulr convicts -and the death relL
, reservoir and a. watch , tower ;on
which guards will be always stationed,
Other guards will be placed along the
fiat roofs of the administration .build
ing and workshop, but none along the
walls," as. these iH'be overlooked and
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: ' SFECIAL HAIL SERVICETO STAR-
Home and 'Foreign: DispatcheslGivingtWorld'js NevYS :
' -LA'TI'ST 'EWS -BUtLETIX. J
(Xews-crInatia? day steamer ?a!lcd)
; Three' robbers held up the Shasta
Limited at Redding, Cal. ,: A brakeman j
rrpv ! a lran t0-a nearbT saloon,-grabbed a re-
n grey SGiea,l . - ..... . .no t-nViVior!
and 'scaredjthe rest'away,;) Only the
registered mair w-as -secured :
Colonel Trumbo, once a famous Cal?
ifornia mining milllpnalre,lbut' in: late
years bankrupt aud a recluse, died I
yesterday; from injuries ;he - received -
late' one night ton theSan FrancisQO
-Barbary Coast". -5 yf'' ,;.
Cardinal Farley in a statement giWl
en in Los Angeles, says that women's
suffrage is unly a fad, and hat worn- j
en's place is "to rule her hearthstone., i
v Violent shocks, pre,sumahly 'caused
by. an earthquake, were felt at Atlantic;
: City; No instruments were at hand
1 to determine the exact nature of. the
.-: The steamer 'Royal George of thQ
I Canadian Northern Royal VMall is re-
and Is believed to be in serioua
At the "dynamite Iwnsplra'cyr trial
at Indiana polls the : government ;'hai
rade specific accusations against the
Iron Workers' 1 Union in. connection
with the explosions occurring through
out the country during 1910. ; . :4
The funeral of John E. Wilson, form
et fSehator, who v died - suddenly; at
Washington wm be reid at ms birttt
place, Crawfordsville, Ind.":. yyy it . .
Andrew Carnegie, whose ''. personal
property 4n New York citywas assess-
cd,at' $10,000,000, made affidavit ; thit
his debts exceeded his effects and the
asCBLuxcuii wsa vduv-cucu.. - . . . . j
- At the convention of khe American
Federation of Labor being ;held fn' -
Rochester.- N.. Y the advisability - of !
The steel steamer California td be
used ; in Ihe lumber trade . on .the J Pa
cific coatt has been launched at W, I
mlngton; Del. f -!iy- liiJS-
The Interstate commerce commission
ban ruled that, the railroad "may eccept
pay Tor i. ticketren route telegraphing
authority for the issuance of the ticket
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t well covered by the guards on the cen-
tral tower, -ti.: : -;' ?
probably; will be 'bulltrby cbntfact lai
I er;: Villi contain an up-to-date hospital.
" ? The entire : institution will he built
of Reinforced concrete and; all except
thti dminlttratlon building , probably'
will: be constructed by. convict .la Dor.
The walls,: tuilt only on two feldes, ex
tending'fro"fci - the the 'administration
af anothep station,, but -musttshow no
favoritism - in' the' matter of -charging
1 01 thej1 telegraph service. : ' ; o ;. .,' ;
- The, payment of treak election beta
i? : amusing the - .entire country, At
Wnchfnftnn'nna lncpr frlpf! n hnrl o??
pa .the capital steps: and ate is, while
rut tip Pennsylvania'Avenue-with a
cvowbar.X .- - .' v'V"- '- r 'V
-MIss, Clafa 5Barton founder of the
lied'. CrossteCt a pencil will in which
she disposedfef, a $20,000 estate among
ber.1''relatives.-f:r::.'g,; yy-.. id
treasurer of-three : Boston-5 companies
has resulted in 4 the placing' of thVee
stores in the. hands of . receivers The
liabilities .of jthe concern 'amount, to
$uoo,uoo;:, y : s a. :'yd rj.y
n Jinks KlicCreary (ormeTl ft prpmi
pent racetraclf jfiure,was;'sh6t!and
fatally linj'urecl Vby.j Captain 'Jacobs jof
the.- Latonia ; Jockey- Club : at ' Cincin
nati The - shooting ".was done . in a
hotel . TOrridori" Jacobs claims he shot
in self defense.- f -'---.'--;
Suffrage workers in Chicago lay the
failure of i the suffrage movement to
cairy.WIscjonsin-and' Michigan to. the
fact , of . its Ideny licatlca with thepro-
- John " Lbckwc,;; Wilson former
Vnlted States Senatoffrom -Washington,-
and prominent : in the ' early - polf-tics-'
.of the NoTthwestifdied suddenly
at .the?.New Willard Hotel in Vashing-
um:u.yy Vf . l'i.;--'y,y: i
The : 'Associated Harvard Club ha3
offered -.eleynj iew; i scholarships in
those States which now have- a rep're
bentution cf less than four In. the Uni-
ersityyyt.t--:y' 'yy -': : : . .
There -are : 17,110,607 , wjilte native;
born, inales j overt 21 years old -In: this
ceuntry'there -are- tver 3,000,000 nat
uralized males and over $.6 00,000 men
miuueu iiiiuci tuiu uvec p.ouw.uui; niea
living in jtbis country who are foreign
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y.y - I - WESTERN 1 NEWS. -
Belated election i returns ' give Illin
ois to Wilson,. although It had pre-
viously?been claimed by the Roosevelt
:.-.:A' man at Santa Clara, Cal. former
ly of New York hanged himself Jn 'a
wood shed ; at bis home. ' He was 3 84
ycars'old...v :rZ:- ,';..; '.-'.w. j
l "Th0rotonAMlIlsthe Stanfdrd
'student son of a New .-York minister.
tuildicg to the work shop, wlll.be six
teen: feet high, yY,-.:: -.:
One of, the interesting features of
the plans is the arranscraent1 for lis
tot mintory celrs. Instead .of -ccr.r.n-lng
the men.iu: small roci holding
cly two or four prisoners, the now
jprkon will provide rccms vr.ere about
twenty-nvo convicts, can te placed to
gether. . ;
Special care is being given to I'ht,
ventilation and sanitation in arrrnr;
Ing - the plans. , the. institution bein.
modeled largely on the . system in
vegue tai-thefamous EiliSid, prison, at
Manila, where about 5CC0 men are in
carcerated. " "; , ..
who escaped -'"after pacz'ng-. bogus
checks, at Palo Alto ha3 been traced
througk a letter, he sent to his sweet
heart from a town in .-Mexico. ' r
Mrs. - Pansy- Lesh - who voluntarily
confessed in; Los Angeles to the mur
der.' eight years ago, ct two women in
Missouri, denied the murder of a bafcy
whom "she f was accused ; of poisoning
while in her charge. , ., ;
A nurselrra ranFranchro hospital
detected ''.scuud3 "of" fire. in a , hol'.o v
wooden pillar of the building and thu: ;
averted a- conflagratlcn ' which would
have been terrible:.; in. its) consequen
ces. ',' . ;-' i-.; - . ' '..'.
v An elderly inan of Shasta county.
Cal. turned his son who had broken
raroler lover - to the sheriff. -The toy
was homesick- and the father wrcta
him, to -come , home only to deliver
him up to Justice. , .
; Mrs.-f Edith' Elliot, ward of Wil:
Ham Jennings Brqan atempted suicide
in JAmaha,. believing her husband of
a few weeks to-be unfaithful. - . - i
Grove Johnson, father of -Governor
Johnsori'of California, who was Roose
velt's rirnnlng mate voted for Wilson
and t Marshall declaring his son wa3
on - the; wrong 1 tide of the political
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- r, ;' ' FOREIGN : NEWS.' ';- y i
I The 1 French . govern mcnt la to es
tablish, f wireless .-.stations . which ; will
connect :- Paris . . directly with ' the
French Colonies, and North afld South
America.- It will .mean an expenditure
6f,$i,OQO.CO0. ,: : . : l ; ;-,;;:; y'-i .
..;Lieu t enant ; Altrichter J and Meyer,
aui jng(neerere killed .at . Haiber
itadtAGermany.VAvhen their aeroplane
fell 60 feet to the ground.. -' ;
: The 'British bruiser , Vcymouth was
the first foreign warship' to enter the
Dardanelles to protect foreign resi
dents in "Constantinople. .
Sarah T-ernhardt H was a attacked
n. Liverpool menagerie by, a bear., The
an Imal : tore at :. the lurs she -was. wfear
ing. ,:'dy;J:y 'y -'.;;''-.-;.::-v; i; . J '-..;
- Chihuahua is ; in trouble internally
as 'well jas externally. Governor Gon
xaleaEHswith : difficulty y maintaining
the constltui tonal rgovernment. ; : ' T;v
- ;A4 ' French j marchioness visiting in
London has mysteriously 'd Isappearcd,
She ,was last seen leaving a hoei,
where she had been unable to'Secuiie
a.: room. -". - .y ;' ': ; ; : -:; ."..''.; .
y A complete counterfeiting plant was
scure -corner of ,the -peniXenUary Vat
CaIroIlI.H;It is thpugbt 'some of the
Kpriso pfflcials bad. an interest in it.
ProLS Witzel of Dussel dorf. r Ger;-
many. Is advocating compulsory milr
itary.. service , for, German "girls. - He
would have an army, of .women follow
-eachc, army - of, male combatants to- do
and mending of clothingy ' : iv
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:-: ':ydy !: gallon of Cil. '
OrnaniciitcL: Nickel trimrnir :
. ; v quc:co-bluo druniD . : . -
PcrlzUzl ; Easily car
v ricd from ; room to
rccm ; vcfhs cnly '
i eleven pounds; hn- -.
dlo doesn't get hot
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The United Etat3
land, has, returned to Can Francirco
after reveral exciting weeli3 cf patrol
duty, along the Nicarauan coast. '
''A; night, ..watchman and a cook of
Chicago .&hot and probably killed each
biker In a quarrel -over a IG-year old
'girl, a waitress. ,
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