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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, NOV. 3, 1908,
DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., ITD.
At 120 Xing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii. '
TVaJ f Editorial Rooms,
lie doth protest too much.
Vcul, Vltll, Fugl, I came, I caw,
I fled. L. A. T.
It Ih not yet too lntc for jour
straight Kepiibllcim ballot.
Complete returns can Ijo obtained
tonight by taking n stand by the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n building.
Opinions chnngod regarding tho
ppllt ticket, after the monster rally
ntid parade of Monday ercnliiR.
t J- m.u j-1
Tho last act of the farce-comedy,
"The . Hocket and the Stick," wan
played this morning to an empty
At nny rate, llrjan will rcmat'1 a
great commener. and the people tun
continue to love lilm for the many
good battles he u fnuRht.
The progress of today's voting Iils
been ery satisfactory to the suppoit
era of honest elections.
Kvcnts of tho last twenty-fcur
hours havo been such as to Rlvo v
ery promise of a general Kepubllc.-.u
victory. Tho only doubtful quantity
Is what the voter has dona Under
b cover of the secret ballot. If tho u.v-
Jorlty have kept their word, the lie
s' publican party will continue In con
It trol of the Legislature by a good m.x
f . Jorlty, the people will bo rcprebenluJ
In Washington by n Hepubllcnn Del
egate and the City of Honolulu will
" make Its start in municipal govern-
ment under a strong llepubllcan ad-
a Tho campaign that has Just been
closed has not been creditable to tho
Intelligence of tho people In bo far
ns they havo allowed themselves to
be led away from tho real Issues by
u dlsieputable campaign against ono
candidate of tho predominant parly
This particular campaign again; t
this particular candidate has defeat
ed Its own purpose, but tlueatcneJ
tho wholo ticket. If the defeat shall
bo found to hne been accomplished,
tho city of Honolulu will have the
dubious reputation of tho men who
Btopped on tho street corner to taUo
sides In a dog fight while tho city
hull was burning.
In many of Its features tho cam
palRn has been nn exhibition of how
long suffering or lnvertcbrnto cer
tain elements of the community nie.
It Is to tho ciedlt of the cltv and
Territory, however, that Its official
and business leaders liuve tho
strength of character and self-control
to give tho paoplo nn honest ballot
and a fair count, which tho sell
styled moralists would rcfuso If they
- dared. .
FraudB rray be attempted tonight.
Thero Is no doubt that an clcctio.i
fraud has been committed In the
soml-blnckmull practised to force a
candidate from the ticket after he
had been regularly nominated.
Consequently tho supporters of fair
play and reputable politics should bo
on guard until the last ballot is
counted and tho final returns sent hi.
Persons who have done that which
traitors within tho Republican paity
havo shown themselves capablo of do
ing during the Intt month, nro ready"
to violate tho laws of the Terrltoiy
and manipulate the ballot If they can
do so without being found out or can
escnpo punishment through a p,iil
',, with tho Territorial authorities.
t Nothing bus occurred through tho
day to indicate any serious deviation
t from straight voting and a coma-
$ jfjiuent Republican victory. The lucl-
Vdent of tho Saturday night rally
whereby tho citizenship of labo.crs
on Federal works was brought prom-
I inently to tho front, may have caused
the Delegate tho loss of a numbor of
votes, but this will merely reduce his
We may hope that the experience
of this year is such that when the
next campaign is fought it will bo
contested In a manner that will mako
It notablo for dignity and decency
lather than disrepute.
rSI Mouths a) .Bo
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Eatered at the Postoflicf at tlouolulu
a xcoii1 clan mttter.
NOVEMBER 3, 1008
(Continued from Pace 1)
bearers, each man with a red sali
and clnd in festal nttlre.
"Kuhio for Delegate !"
(Ireut transparencies, inscribed
with such legends ns "Kulilo for Del
egate" and "Voto for Joe Cohen"
wero borne nt Intervals along the
line of march. On some of them weie
what purported to bo likenesses of
the candidates. Most of them wero
base libels, but they served their pur
pose, and the passing of cadi one
down the street was tho kIkhuI for a
luDowt'd outbmst of cheering.
On every hand stood the cheerlni.',
enthusiastic multitudes. From start
to finish the procession was one trl
umphnnt march and as the paindo
wonded Us way along tho thorough
fares it gathered recruits until Its
length was fully double what it was
at the time of starting. Ahy old
thing from n flag (u an unfBrella
served as equipment for the march
ers and enthusiasm ran riot.
Two Divisions Required
At Aula Park It was necessarr to
dhlde tho meeting Into two sections,
to many there were who wanted to
hear the addresses. The major nor-
) lion of tho audience gathered around
the band stand, but at the speakers'
stand, erected In tho 'northern euJ
of tho park, there was a good at
tendance and nana of the spcakcia
bad any cause for complaint concern
ing the receptions accorded them.
A string band was stationed In the
bandstand mid, between talks, the
musicians rendered native airs. A
movlng-plcture machine threw views
on a screen to tin- left of the sp-ak
era' stand, and n political meeting,
concert, and automatic vaudeville, all
lolled Into one, was given for tho bin
eflt of those. In attendance.
Crowd Broke Barriers'''
A series of'benches had been .ir
ranged n round In front of the li.'-nd
stand for the accommodation of the
nudlenre, but boforp the Bpeaklng
was falily started the crowds bioke
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Corner Fort and Merohant Streets,
to friends on ai riving or departing
steamers, nates are low.
"As I said in my speech nt Aala
Park, country comes first, party sec
ond, ns a matter of course.
"This DOK3 NOT MEAN that
PArtTY should bo IONOHED or that
tho VOTER should select from the
DIlTEitENT PARTIES the HKiJT
MEN VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS.
"PARTIES ARE NECESSARY and
DESIRAHLE IN REPRESENTATIVE
"Team woik Is essenttnl to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In politics as well as business It is
often necessary to select and rota for
men who by working together can ac
complish desired results even though
they are not men who might be pre
ferred us Individuals.
"Of course, thero may be men on
the party ticket who should not be
voted for either for the good of tho
country or party, but Just where the
lino chould be drawn is a matter for
through .the barriers nnd climbed
over the seats. Every person wante I
n view of the platform and nil of
the space within hearing of tho
speakers' voices was Jammed with an
Intent mass of humanity.
The same state of affairs existed
in front of the auxiliary stand in the
north end of the park. Every chair
was occupied and thoso who could
not find accommodations to the
number of Severn) thousand were
liacked in lows behind tho zone if
John Hughes, candidate for Sena
tor, was one of tho first speakers un
the program. Said he in part:
"I stand for cfcan government. I
bclleie In supporting laws that nn
fur the best Interest of the Terrltoiy,
irrespective of the politics of tho
man that Introduces the bills Into
the Legislature. I havo made noma
bitter enemies by my stand. Tho Ho
nolulu llrewlng and Malting Com
pany has fought me and has ml3rei
tesented me because I have Instslod
on clean government. They Bay that
I am a Prohibitionist. That Is nut
Not a Prohibitionist
"I do not approve of the attempt
of the brewery to debauch the youth
of this fair city. I have nothing to
say against Cunha and the men who
run their places respectably; my i.p
posltlon Is against thoso places wheio
they would have a congregntlug
place for tho youth of the cltv ,:i
ono end nnd n saloon In the other.
Ilecause I oppose thoso places thuy
say that I am a Prohibitionist.
"I nsk your support in this elec
tion. My past lecord speaks for It
self. I promise to contlnuo to do
nil in my power to further the inter
ests .of Hawaii. If you want a clean
government and u typical Americ.in
dlstilct here, voto for HtiRhcs."
Said Gcoige A. Davis:
Forecasts Sweeping Victory
i am certain wuen ine vote is
counted tomorrow Hint tho Republi
can party will bo found to havo swept
everything boforo It In Its rush to
victory. Tho Republican party has
tho record of deeds behind it and,
with concerted effort on tho part of
tho workers, an overwhelming' defeat
should be administered tho opposi
tion." Ernest Knat furnished music an!
Jack Atkinson officiated as chairman
in the bandstand meeting. He said
that when he saw the1 great Repub
lican procession marching down the
streets in glory, with lights and
floats, he know that the Republican
party was going to bo victorious.
The first speaker was D. Kulauo
knlaul Jr. He said:
"I am glad to bo here tonight and
address you on tho political situa
tion. There Is only one political p".r
ty for the uplifting of our govern
ment here, and that Is the Republi
can party, I wish to ask you to
give your support to mo and to tho
whole Republican party. Fur Dele
gate to Congress I wish to ask yu
to give Kulilo your support."
Has Done His Best
A. S. Knlelopu, candidate for Rep
resentative, spoke as fallows:
"I stand before you, follow citi
zens, tonight and assure you that I
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havo done my best for the good if
my people." In conclusion he asked
for support for tho straight Republi
Calls Long Turncoat ' -
jaiK i.ucns maue n "paniui"
speech, assuring the otcrs that the
Republican party hud plenty of poi.
"Voto for this bald-head Cathcait,"
said Jack, "and not for C. A. Long.
He was n Republican, but when ho
got defeated ho took another Htep
and Is now opposing the Republican
Thinks Victory Assured
jonn u. iane: "i-adies ana gen
tlemen, In a few more hours wo slu'l
know who Is to become tho Mnyoj
of the city of Honolulu. Judging
from your nppearnncc here tonU'.it,
I would say tho victory Is ours.
"The Republican party gave you
the municipal form of government.
I was In the Sennto then and know
what I am saying. I wish to nsk
you, fellow' citizens, to glvo ns your
Btipport. When a Senator, I hclpnl
to defeat nnd repeal the leper su
pect law. 'You, tho Hawallans, h.no
no longer cause for fear from that
"I have uscdj my best efforts wlt.i
the assistance of Governor Frear lo
have experiment stations for lepers
established here. The Republican
party has done much for you and I
expect you to glvo us your undivided
support on election day In 1S9I I
was imprisoned because I had fou&ht
for our country. My brother is lu
eane today because of the same treat
ment. That shows conclusively that
I have the love of our country, our
alll, and our Mag. I expect that jou
will glvo us jour support tomorrow."
Orpheum Joe ' v
John II. Wlso: "As I look nt IhU
audience here tonight I feel that suc
cess is awaiting us. I bellovo that
If you elect mo to office, I shall 'jo.
able to give you n cleaner and 111010
economical police administration.
"Don't voto for Iuukea, because It
means a vote thrown uway. It ou
can't vote for me, glvo it to Jnrrett.
Hut as u Republican I respectfully
ask j on to glvo me your support.
"I was accused of assaulting a
man at Pauoa. If such were the ca
why did not Inuken and Jarrett ar
"Prince Cupid, John C. Lane and
myself wero imprisoned becnuse we
fought for our country and flag. If
you love and sympathize with Prince
Cupid and Lane, you certainly outht
to vote for me, too."
Sees Mighty Wave
John W. Cnthcart: "As I gazo ovtr
your faces, I can see the mighty wave
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that will sweep tho Republican party
to victory. I believe In tho Repub
lican party. It Is the pnity of pros
perity. It is the party that has led
tho wives and children of tho poor.
I have pledged my dovotlon. I ask
you to glvo your support. Here In
Hawaii thero Is n great organization:
we nsk )ou to Rlvo it jour support nn
election day. We should have a man,
a native of these. Islands, for tho Hut
Mayor John C. Lane.
"If you seo fit to elect me, glvo me
the asblstanco of tho Republican plir
ty. aivo mo John Wlso for Sheriff.
(Applause.) As for me, I nm attack
ed by tho morning paper, the Adver
tiser. Don't glvo It u chanco to de
feat mo and tho Republican candi
dates," Kuhio Talks
Pi luce Cupid Bald: "What I want
you to do tomorrow Is to voto for
thoso whom jou think will do the
most for you. If yuu Hawallans bo
llovo that I cau best represent ynu
In Congicbs, I wish ou would vote
for me. If you think McCandlcas
can do bettor, vote for him." ("I
have fifty votes for you!" shouted i
volco In the crowd.)
"I wish to defend this oung man
Knlelopu. It Is said that ho Inti'n
duced tho vaccination law. It was
Introduced by Roprcscntatlvo Alawn
of Hawaii and not Knlelopu. John
C. Lane was condemned by Mrs. Atcli
eily In her speech somo tlmo nco.
Lano has done much good for tho
Hawallans. It Is tiuo that I helpud
get his nomination in tho convention.
I took that btep because I folt that
Lane was competent to hold tho t
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