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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1910
Their Success and Reception Thfough
our the ilana District.
The Republican orator? arrived at
Keanao on the (!th inst and after a
liountimis hum of the various Haw
aiian dishe no ono felt "the worse
.It. rained quite a bit and
then Home, more, but this is nothing
to ii .iiiaii whoso business is to reach
tin' bearts'and ears of bis eountry-
'l'lie party was beaded by Sam K.
Kalauia, Campaign .Manager; Philip
Pali, tlie Military-Governor of'Maui
with bis baggage and an extra cala
bash of .poi, wbo is running for the
Senate, Sain Keliinoi, Geo. P.Cook,
E. Wiiiiiholo, J.oe Coekett, Kawaa
koa and W. P. llaia as a body
guard, ably assisted by Chan. Make
kau, one cf the best Hawaiian ora
tors. Some hot sliot 'was fired by
the Ho1i Philip Pali and after the
bunch got through', Democrats were
as scarce as hen's teeth, in Keana.
The candidates were well received
and made a good impression. Mr.
Geo. Vl Cook, a new man, Hawai
ian born, made a very splendid im
pression amongst tyis hearers and
received quite an ovation. His gn
erosity.to. the Hawaiians at Molokai
has preceded him here, and it goes
without saying he will be one of the
leaders on the ticket..
vJoo Gockott'and Ed. Waiaholo
seem tobe'mnking a good impres
sion also." Thcyfrfire good men ami
will undoubtedly pull a good vote.
Sam' Keliinoi is too well known to
b commented upon; his former re
cord in the lower house ,spraks for
itself. Kawaakoa, the Representa
tive from liana also spoke anil was
well received, be being the local
man. Old man Haiti, wbo is at
present Supervisor for the liana
District was told to go home and
stay home as Kcanae was solid for
him to a man.;
After iilgtiod night's ret-t the p:r
ty camoVnto Nabiku. Here they
received a royal welcome. The rub
ber people, Messrs. Anderson, Syl
vtfster Jacobs and Austin outdid
themselves' to 'show how prosperous
all the rubl)er companies were. They
decorated the village, built a grand
arch and gave a luau. The hall at
Nabiku was decorated with that
famous Republican banner presented
by the Governor in 1903.
It was Nabiku that threw 30
straight votes for the Republican
ticket in 1903 and as then, she
stands again to a. man to duplicate
that former victory m 1910. the
rubber managers, Mr. Anderson,
John Austin, Jacobs and Sylvester
Am! all nresent tit the mcetiiic and
Pi to these gentlemen is due tho good
feeling that exists there among the
labors who, by tho way, are mostly
Hawaiians. Next morning bright
and early the candidates got an early
start and mine on to the village of
Ulaiuo. After a few short speeches
they arrived at liana at noon. Here
to bo met by the 1st Company of
boy Scouts organized on Maui. Tho
Hon. Sam Keliinoi, who is an olli
ccr of a Maui military company was
completely taken by surprise, and
was moits than struck by the ap-
j9"arance of tho lads and the fine
J wing they made going throught
the various evolutions. Tho Mili
fary'governor, Philip Pali, of Laha
ina, immediately saw the necesity
of fortifying Kaniki hill. Tho lads
put up a fine appearance. They
escorted tho Candidates to the va
rious quarters ami acted as a body
guard for the rest of tlie day.
Each boy wore a Scout Hat pinned
Saffery Ha ids in His Resignation to
the Beard Which Is Accepted.
The seni-ation of the week was
. a .
the unexpected resignation of Slier
iff V. E Saffyflwhtf-lrwas one of
the vurv first matters biought to
the attention of the Hoard of Supervisor.-,
when that body met
Wednesday afternoon. The. board
accepted, the resignation, and el
ected Clement Ctowell, the present
deputy sheriff for Wailuku, and
liepunlican innniu'e for county
sberiff, to t-uecet'd Saffery.
The reason back of the action
taken by Mr. Saffery, i surmised
by many to be thai when the part
convention iioininnt('(hiiiiotlierr the
sheriff felt be was -not wanted,
hence the resignation, i. , The twie
reason, however, is the' same old
one bf a man tried and found
wanting ih'tlie faithful perform
ance of lilts mtmerouB duties and
responsibilities of his office.
Some time ago a Japanese liv
ing at'Puuneno came forward and
apcused Saffery of withholding
some reward money due him for
the capture of an escaped murderer
from Hilo, Hawaii. Signed receipts
were produced showing that the
man had received the whole of the
money, but he kept on protesting
that he had not. Other accusations
about money matters were? made
until examinations, showed sa very'
loose state of affairs in the
ollico of the Sheriff. While tlie
amounts involved are not very
large, the principal is a very big
one nil of which will be a matter
for the Grand Jury to apt upon,
up on the side with a Haia button
and a ribbon "Kaulana o. Maui ia
liana.'' Give old lady liana her due
for she. is really a good old soul when
it conies to receiving the Republican
Party. Some disappointment was
caused as a big crowd had congre
gated to receive Knhio well the
crowd went to the church to hear
the speech making and it was more
than a pleasant surprise to see how
.veil each candidates efforts were ta
ken. The silver tongued Makckau
of Lahaina is the hero of the hour
and his wit and humor always keeps
the crowd at its lughest pitch Ho
is an orator of tho first rank, Born
Not Made, and it is to bo expected
with such speeches that tho Republi
can ticket will be.elected from top to
bottom without an effort. Make
kau speaks for all' the Candidates
and to show' how well he has been
received, he made tho last sjieach
Saturday night, and tho crowd hung
on his every word throughout the en
tire speech. Sunday at noon the
speech makers of the party attended
Puuiki Catholic Church in a body
After a sumptous feed the party made
speeches and tho same marked suc
cess seemed to prevail. At 4
o'clock they were escorted in auto
mobiles to Kipahulu for another feed
with speeches in the evening. The
poi and pig proposition is getting
to bo a little too often for Mr. Cook
of Molokai. He has wired ahead to
Molokai that tho Candidates arc to
receive nice fat inutton for a change
and good mullet.
The Candidates are now leaving
Kaupo for Kanaio and tho Kula
district. To gay tho very least liana
district has not seen a better bunch
of men for many a long day, and
she will do her share'for the election
of them one and alUfrom Kuhio
Police Fund Taken.
HONOLULU, Oct. 12. Henry Ghrk, who was recently nniiriid
to Mrs. Dreior, has been arrested for embezzling police funds. There
is a shortage of over $1200. The phortii,ehas been made up by the
bride. It is undoiHtnod that other? are implicated, and charges against
some of the higher ups will shortly be brotmht.
HONOLULU, Oct. 13. -The
the shortage, in police court funds, for which Henry Clark has been
arrested. Judge Audraile is mentioned as being connected with the
shortage, and may either resign) or be removed.
There are no new developments in the embezzlement investigation.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 12.- In a speech here yesterday Col. Roosevelt
denounced the Democratic Partv and
Hall and the trusts were in alliance.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 14.
support of Beveridge, a leading insurgent.
SACRAMENTO, Oct 12. The
charged with complicity in the Times
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 Official reports thow that over 1000
persons perished in the recent fires
ALBANY, Oct. 13. William
Republican State Central Committee. .
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13. Le Blanc has covered 13 miles in 10
minutes in a Bleiriut byplane.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. Duveen
been taken, in charge by officers of
store closed. They are implicated
value over a million dollars. .
BEVERLY, Oct. 14. The battleship Maine will not bo raised
until May of next year.
PARIS, Oct. 13, Troops have refused to' obey the call to the
colors.' All railroad lines in Franco
made to strengthen the garrison.
PARIS, Oct. 14. There is practicably no change in the situation
here. A reign of terror exists. The railroads are completely tied up,
and the government forces scattered throughout the city are defied.
LISBON, Oct. 12. The city is
has complete control of the situation,
EVESHAM, Eng., Oct. 13.
will be the guests here of the Duke
MADRID, Oct. 14. Troops
an outbreak among the Revolutionists, but there was no disturbance.
LISBON, Oct. 13. Switzerland
Portugal. England will follow as
ATHENS, Oct. 13. The Greek Cabinet has resigned, through
complications arising, from the Turkish boycott.
LONDON, Oct. 13. Dr. Crippen has been indicted, and his trial
will begin Tuesday.
CARTER'S LAKE, Oct. 12.
Chief mountain. Fighters have been
ATLANTIC CITY, 'Oct, 12.
dirigible baloon today for Europe.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14.
for a Pacific Coast Congress to
' .BEVjERLY, Oct. 14 President Taft announced yesterday that
after tho Fall elections he would
Carolina in order to settle permanently the matter of government tolls
and fortifications in the Canal Zone.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 14. Secretary Ballinger was in a railroad
wreck here yesterday, and received a severe shaking up.
Honolulu News Items.
HONOLULU, Oct. 14. Link
Wilcox paper and has installed Fred
Prince Hsun has presented n
sorvices rendered, when the Prince
James Patterson, assistant postmaster at Hamakuapoko charged
with forging an endorsement on
ated by the Grand Jury.
A stringent enforcement of the
Gen. Bliss will arrive shortly
The Kona Railroad has filed
Treasurer of the Territory.
Barnam & Bailey's circus is coming to Honolulu on thellilonian,
Jolly Trixie, the 685 lb. woman, who was on exhibition at Hono
lulu recently, died on board steamer en route to Suva. .
The Fifth Cavalry are all on
second time the entire Regiment
It is quite possible that another big pineapple cannery will be
established atlwilei, uncUr the management ot a California Company
T i- t .
tne Japanese mm ui Bitumens limning ucmccu u.u wrjuiu unu v nsco
in connection with the Pacific Mail. . '
Grand Jury is at work investigating
leaders. He said that Tammany
Roosevelt has taken the stump in
- police Jiave arrested two men
throughout the Northwest.
Barnes, Jr., has resigned from the
Bros., dealears iii antiques hare
the Federal government, and their
in frauds in importations to the
are tied up. An effort is being
The strikers are,, becoming violent.
again quiet. The new government
King Manuel and the queen mother
were held in readiness yepterday for
li'as recognized the Republic of
soon as peace has been restored.
Forest fires have broken out on Big
sent to the scene.
Walter Wellman will start in a
Governor Gillett has issued a call
promote marine interests in, Pacific
sail for Panama in the Cruiser. South
McCandless has bought Theresa
Turril as editor.
medal to Ah Woo, a Chinaman, for
was in Honolulu sonio time ago
check, has been completely exhonor-
milk oidinanco will be carried on.
to inspestjthe forts W Oahu.
articles of incorporation with the
tho Island of Oahu now. This is tho
has been stationed in one place sinco
i .1 r . ..
TheSeries Between the Two Big Leagues
Will Begin at Philadelphia.
The flip of a coin decided wheth
er Philadelphia or Chicago should
have the first game of tho World's
Championship baseball series, and
Philadelphia won. It has been de
cided that the series will
Monday, October 17.
The lirst series, played between
tho two big leagues was won by
Boston, American, from Pittsburg.
National; the next year tho New
rYork Nationals won from PhiladJ-
plna. '1 hen followed the scries be
tween the two Chicago teams when
the Americans won. The, Chicago
Nationals put it over Detroit twice,
and last year the Pittsburg Pirates
repeated the dose. This year it is
up to Philadelphia to retrieve tho
lost prestige of the American
League, and as I said before I think
they can do it. In Bender, Coombs,
Krauso and Plank, Manager Conilio
Mack has a string of pitchers that
the Chicago managor cannot equal.
Behind the plate Chicago has the
best backstop playing ball today in
Johnny Kling. The peerless Chance
is on first for Chicago, and though
the worries of management will
hold him back some, still he will
shine all the time. That is as far
as tho Chicago team individually
will have any advantage over Phila
delphia. Then again Chicago will
loose the services of Johnny Evers
who is injured, and altogether will
be obliged to play at least three
substitutes in the big series.
Both teams have developed team
play to the highest point of perfec
tion, and when Connio Mack gets
busy with his score card, signaling
to his men, tho unexpected is sure
to happen. Following are a list of
the men eligible to play in the
Atkins, Bender, Barry, Baker,
Coombs, Collins, Donohue, Dygert,
Davis, Derrick,. Houser, Hartzel,
Krause, Lapp, Livingston, Ixjrd,
Morgan, Murphy, Mclnnis, Old
ring, Pladk, Thomas, Struck.
, Chicago Nationals.
rcher, Beaumont, Brown, Cole,
Chance, Evers, Foxen, Hofman,
Kling, Kano, Mclntyrc, Needham,
Overall, Pfeiffer, Pfeister, Richie,
Reulbach, Sheckard, Steinfeldt,
Schtilte, Tinker, Weaver, Zimmer
at Kahului Store.
Many people on Maui cannot
realizo that they have right hero on
the island tho finest household fur
nishing to bo had nearer than San
Francisco. The Kahului Storo has
been steadily increasing tho lines
carried in their furnituro depart
nient until today they have practi
cally everything that is necessary to
furnishing tho homo. These goods
havo all been bought in tho best
markets in America, mostly in New
York, and in quality and richness
of design arc really surprising.;
No matter how well your home ia
furnished a visit to tho furniture
department of the Kahului Store is
sure tq be pleasing and instructive,
and yotl aro suro to iind something
that will add tono and beauty to
'I An Album containing photographs,
irm,Ur will be rewarded bv , leaving at
tlilso'ffice, '' - '"T "' "
Accused by Berkeley Man of Aliemt.
ing Wife's Affections.
Wt. II. Cornwell, who it will bo
remembered, married tho divorced
lie of Carlos Long, who was for
merly Miss Irene Buchanan, has
again got himself in trouble over in
San Francisco. Following is an ac
count of the affair as given by the
an l'raneisco Bulletin:
William II. Cornwell, a florist, .
as arrested in the Manx Saloon bv
Detectives Sullivan and Drolette on
complaint of Archie Rice, and was
charged with a felony. Cornwell is
licensed of alienating the affections
if Rico's wife, Mrs. Mary Champlin
Rice. A warrant for Cornwell's ar
rest was issued by Police Judee
Shortall, who fixed londs in the
sum of 84000 or 82000 cash bail.
The complaint alleges a violation of
section 2G0 of tho Penal Code.
Rice resides in Berkeley and has
two little -children. According to
the information received by the
police from Rico his wife met Corn-"'
well in the early part of last May -while
visiting the latter's florist
storo to purchase an orchid. Tho
police say that Mrs. Rice has subse
quently lived with Cornwell in va-'
nous apartment houses in San Fran
cisco, during which time she has
visited her home and children but
Cornwell's father was a Major on
the staff of King Kalakaua, and was
:i man of considerable nroDertv. '
Young Cornwell was married eleven
years ago on the Island of Maui and
came to this city with his wife in
liiUb. ile worked m interior towns.
and last fall came hcro ami
oceupied a flat at 1441 Hydo" street.
Last November Cornwell's wife
mortgaged her property . in Hawaii
for 3000 and gave Cornwell the
money to invest in the florist busi
After the meeting with Mrs. Rice.
according to the police she lived
with Cornwell at the' Well!ngton
Hotel, at tho Montcalm Apartments
and other places. The police allege
that Mrs. Rico, who has an inde
pendent fortune, gave Cornwell
S1000 in cash on June 11th and has
given him presents of jewelry and
If it was not for iny childres."
said Rice yesterday, "I would have
killed Cornwell. I havo done every
thing I can t6 bring my wife t her
senses, but without success. Thi3
man Cornmell lias even been posing
as myself and taking my name."
District Attorney Fickert is giving
his personal attention to the oase,
and'willj it is said, actively prose
cute the felony charge against Corn
well. Examination at Honolulu.
An examination of applicants
will be held at the Naval Station,
Honolulu, Hawaii, T. II., October
21, 11)10, for tho purpose of estab
lishing an eligible register of drafts
men. The examination will bo open to
all comers who can give evidence of
experience in the kind of work for
which they seek employment and
who aro citizens of the United
Applications will be addressed to
tho "Commandant, Naval Station,
Honolulu, Hawaii, T. II.," and
must bo delivored to him on or be
fore October 19th, 1910.
Tho examination will Ikj practical
in character, having rcferon'co ex
clusive to the requirements ef the
positions to be filled.