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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,, BATUnDAY, NOV. 20, 1909.
SOME OF HONOLULU'S MEN WHO HAVE MAOE ALOHA TEMPLE FAMOUS
V. , ' :
Good Looking Men Who
rflave Worked Hard For
Shfijiedom and Made
Alolin Temple Order of the Mystic
Shrine Is colcbrntlng today with the
largest class of novitiates that has
ever entered Us portals on any sin
It was hoped that'thlB might be
the year when the local Tcmplo
would entertain guests from the
mainland and with the assistance ot
Islam Tcmplo of San Francisco and
other Nobles of the Pnclflc Coast
put tho novitiates through their va
rious sluntB In tho crater of Kllau
ca. This was not to bo however.
Tho elections and business and vari
ous other things Interfered, so It has
been decided to hold high carnival
In tho city and give tho largest class
ot Aloha Bhrlno history the largest
tun for their money that has over
Asldo from Potentate Ilockus
whose photograph adorns pages near
er tho front rank the men who have
dono tho work of spreading tho famo
of Aloha Tomple abroad are tho offi
cers whose pictures are shown on
this page, Itabban Hicckons will bo
tho Potenloto next year and although
ho doesn't claim In bo much to look
. .. I III. .... nrlillM Iia ITfltH
ai no can go iiivu imi . in -.
Without casting any reflections on
any other member of tho Temple,
the man who has dono mnro In re-1
cent year to make Its namo known
throughout tho land of snnneuom i
James s; McCandless commonly
known as Sunny Jim of Hawaii be
cause ho fits tho part. He Is tho
man who presided at tho headquart
ers of tho Notional Conclave and
spent his time and money so frcoly
for tho good of Hawaii. Mr. Mc
Candless should be watched' closely
' especially In this picture. It will bo
noted thaL.be has- Shrlna button
on' tho right sldo but M wear It
on tho left. With him the left side
Is the right side and the right sldo
Is the wrong side. He Is of such an
optlmlstlo nature, that the photogra
pher refused to print a negative .and
so gave the public the. benefit of.the
positive photograph. And It looks
just like Jim.
Mr. McCahdlcss In always ably sec
onded In his work by Chas. Murray
who' has been with him on two trips
through other dctort and oases thun
are found In Hawaii.
Mr.. Webster Is a homo body but
ha hoids the sack and that Is very
.Important. The oRlclal divan In
cludes other good looking man whoso
photographs are too numerous to
ORDER OF PARADE.
Chief Babbitt Aut. Rabban
High Priett Oriental Ouide
Alchemists - (
Camel Ant. Director
Elephant Aiit. Director
Nobles by twos
Policemen Novicei Policemen
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.MEMBERS OF THE AFtAB PATROL
Sam Johnson in Command and Drill Master.
NOIILE II. B. MURRAY
" K.- R. 0. WALLACE
" GEO. A. MARTIN
" J. 'j. DELSER
" J. II. CRAIG
" E. J. LOIID
' C. 8. HALL
" CHAS. P. MURRAY
" It. T. MOORE -
" A. C; WALL
" K. J. WATERMAN
" W. K. IIEILuRON
" OEO. H., ANGUS
" J. S. McCANDLESS
" DONALD MclNTYRE
" A. II. JUNOCLAU8
" R. W. PERKINS
NOIILE II. II. SIMPSON
" J. M. MeKINNON
" J. H. HOWLAND
P. T. P. CLEOHORN
" J. 8. YOUNQ
; . " L. C. AntE8
" J.' LANDO
," Ai MACKINTOSH
, V ' ' ' " STANLEY STEPHENSON
" J. A. YOUNq
' J. A. LYLE,
" W. A. WSLUOURN
v .' " T. E. WALL
" LESTER PETRIE
" HARRY DENNISON
" It. II. IIEMROSB
" J. K. CLARK.
" M. T. LYONS
ROBERT W. BRECKON8
OFFICIAL DIVAK, 1909:
CHARLES 0. 110CKUS. .......... IllUBtrlous Potcntnto
HOIIEHT W. IIRECKONH , Chid Itnbbari
JAM'eS 8. McCANDLESS. i Assistant Rabban
'ARTHUR (1. IIOIK1INS ,IIIrIi Priest nnd Prophet
CHARLES U. IIARTLETT Oriental Guldo
HARRY K. WKIISTER ... .Trcosuror
CHARLES I MURRAY '. Recorder
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J.ME8,srMcCANDLESS .-. . . .,
. i . ,'.'.': i Representative to tho Imperial Council
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WII.I.IAM5II. GOETZ.. ,.... Second Ceremonial MaBtcr
FRANK E. RICHARDSON.? Marshal
OEOROE H. ANOUS. . i Director
THOMAS-.E. WALI Captain of Guard
JOSHUA 6' TUCKKfR'. . ..... .'. .Outer Ouard
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ADMITTED TO THE UNSEEN
Noblu William Auld
" Andrew Drown
' William B. Taylor,
" Harrison Dlchl Johnson
" Louis Maiks
William Olmsted Atwater
" William Henry Cornwell
" James Alfred Ijw
" Robert lluli Percy Llshnun
' ' FrancU Hoot Day
" Alexander T. A, Oarvle
" Oeorge Lafayette Compo
" William George Walker ,
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CHARLES F. MURRAY
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OFFICIAL DIVAN. 1009.
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T. SI1ARP Atwlatntit Dlrvrtor
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HENRY E. WEQ3TER
land, therefore', tho' right of spending I Richard CroUcr'H presence was a the Hearst boom lato In the ram-
I ' mi 1 1 .. .. il. ' x i m l..il.. ! . .a.n . ... t ..! t l fin liilullnnD Ift
moro than a "billion dollars ot tho matter of speculation to thosa who
Iclty's money, Iwcre Btudylug.the situation, and the
sin an lai ri itnil ' nnnounccnient tlmt he had extended
I AIK IS IN III IIIIM70 EePubllcans- bis visit llvo days longer was re-
L III li lU 111 ULUUin Tho board of estimates Includes, garded as significant. CrokorVvlsl-
besides Mayor (Saynor who In tho tore today Included former Mayor
,VT. ir.nmii- TiTwnnvsTowtTT 'l"lllt naB l,eon "trong iintl-machlneaIlugli Grant, Lewis Nixon. William
Anmmnr ZSmvSifSi man Uvo anti-Tammany democrats K. Sheohan nnd Mayor. McClellan.
vvniavu nix 1 xiflnnu&o
FOR FOUR YEARS RESULT
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. Ilattle scar
red Tammany, which yesterday elec
ted a mayor, but lost a city, took up
today tho gloomy work of setting Its
hoitHo In order for foir years of
uvowed anti-Tammany government in
Greater New York.
An analysts shows that the elec
tion, which resulted In the defeat by
tho fusion forces of every Important
Tammany-domocratlc candidate be
low the mayor, was more of a vic
tory tor the anti-Tammany demo
crats, who had "lined up with the
republicans Under tho fusion banner,
than for the atralghtout, republicans.
Anti-Tammany democrats elected
on the republican-fusion 'ticket for
four years will be In absolute con
trol of the city's purse strings. They
. will havo n dear innj
hoard ot estimates nnd np
und two republicans. The if, votes .The retired leader said these calls
allotted ,the various members of tho (wero without political significance,
hoard are' so dl'strtnuted that'bcs(deB ' ,
Justice Gaynor'a three ballots, mill- Still, Out,( He Says.
Tammany democrats will havo nlno, .. nn, out of I)0lltlc for good nnd
and tho republicans four. all," he declared. "Not for a mll-
In this board, accbrdlng to antl- lion db liars would I consider my di
Tumniany democrats, it is to found termination to keep In the back
a nucleus of what, they believe will ground, Yes, they asked me to. come
make for a. complete, reorganization ot hack they always do that. Rut I'm
the democratic party. It wnH rum-' too old and couldn't stand the rac-
ored today that the attempt to cro- ket."
u e now urner u. u.u.h. ...r ;- Com.lIelo rcUltna 0 mioUnc In
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unuor way. niaii.n r. ihui !), . nv .., ,..,. n1 ,n ,,, ,,ni1v
turacucu iiiuimru liurci us jam- ,, ,., ,., ,1. ,,-,, h ,iri
many leader, came out with a for- be rrom ,
nial d .avowal of the rumors at the j n e Bd(mion.
same time denying a report that he nominally democratic votes
was to ho deposed. from R lUooMyn .nstrlcts.xare the
"I havo no Intention of resigning," product of u fusion between' demo
said Murphy. "I have not heard of cratlu nnd Hearst-Independent fore
any opposition to me within tho par- es, and are hardly to be depended
ty,- and I havo'heard nothing ubont upoiuto Byoipi;t theht.idinnt'rntlc col-
palgn, offered his congratulations to
tho fuslongjandjdates today.
it is me greatest victory lor re
form New York has evon seen," said
Wins, "It means Tammany must be
reorganized and there must also be
a house cleaning of ln trepuuuean
organisation t In Manhattan and
urookiyn, as aiiesied py me, ueieai
of Uannard, and the defeat of thov
Woodruff machine and "s republi
can candidates In Urookiyn."
Otto T. Rannard, defeated repub
lican candldaU .foe mayor, loomed
today ,as a possibility for the New
York state gubernatorial nominee
' Herbert Parsons, republican coun
ty, chairman, said:
"Ilannard's clean and business like
campaign against tremendous odds
has had Its effect and I think we
shall hear from him again. He has
proved himself an excellent standard
bearer, and tho party has need ot
many such men."
As one of the few Important offi
cial acts which will full to Mayor
George U, McClellan, before his ad
ministration clones, December 31, ha
lorlty In tho theco, reported cruuilillugH of dlseou1 leagues ,in,n 4vMiid-b!.'riHr
pnrtlonmenl font." ' .j.l ' ' 'W(ani M, vl; s'wMrf )rtllhched
,i''Tiv rjiitafi .WiBtfiri ; irBTwHffn.tiaigii attfii r1JBTiiiTlf.1B'rilif i li-rfii it. s -ii" ,-t'l'lii.ifiini
ot womnn siirfruge nrganltatlons.
It Is tho first time In more than a
quarter of a century that women
have, .gained representation on the
board, an dtbe news, heralded
through women' Buffraga ranks to-
nigni, wa welcomed-as a -victory.
The' three women appolnied'today,
each ot whom represents a different
religious faith, are Mrs! Herbert D,
Robblns and Miss Olivia Leventrltt,
daughter ot State Supreme Court
Justice Leventrltt, both of New York
city, and Mrs. Alfred 8, Post, of
Flushing, L. I.
Growth of prohibition sontlment
In up state New York Is Indicated
by available returns from towns
which voted on local option yester
day. In nearly all elections no 'li
cense advocates had a larger follow
ing than heretofore,
GUAYAQUIL1, Nov.. 4. Durlng'tho
last two weeks of 'October there were
66 cases of bubonic plague, 23 ot
which proved fatal, and 16 cases ot
yellow fevor, with nine deaths, In
OFFICE OPENED RECENTLY IN
NEW YORK RECEIVES HIS
STRONG APPROVAL BY PER."
Cereal Mill Destroyed. Victoria, II.
C, Nov a.r-Tno, Uraxkman & Kerr
appointed today thveo women to theeienl'iidll was destroyvdibylftre lhs
lmn,rd of odurntlriii, and thereby eon- afternoon, Tim nsi) wr Jfio.finn, mv
rc'itcd one of tho, principal demands fr?d b)' Insiirniiro.
NEW YORK Harked by a strong
lottor from President Tnft cominen-
IuuLtirjr (u tm cuuiumiiiuii'ii worn, nit;
National Conservation Association
opened lis main offices in tho I'lftl'i
Avenue building here today.
Tho usMoclatlon has for Its general
object, the practical application.
through legislative nnd administra
tive measures by the states and by
the national government, of tho con
servation principles ndoptcd by the
governors ot tho United States m
their conforenee with President
Roosevelt at tho Whlto House In
The following Mter from Presi
dent Tad to President Kllot of tile
organization was madu publl ctnday:
"I am glad to hear that tho Na
tional Const-rvatlon Association has
been formed under surh 11 dialing!!
Uhed and capable head und with u
membership open to every American
citizen. OtiMKOpl en 11 ho l ilo u moro.
useful thing for themsehes nnd to
posterity than to glie personal eon-1
iM-.ihiuin'b. i'.J. rJJ-i'J'-ij.vLu'iiJSmU.XfLA..,. VhsWiiv ,ii
hlderntlon to flm great Issues Umt
are tin ol veil In what wo hiivu come
to call thu ronsurvatliiu movement.
"It Is of the grcnU-Ht iiipiirtuiico
that this muvemcuL should piocecd
l.otlt mlkialii ii 111I nffniil In 1 1 n n.l I Ins
('will n ipijj niMI Vliv A " .1 ,' m'-T
N'utlfMinl ConporviUlun AKsot'lutloii '
HhimM io n vwlimblu Infittut'UlKr'-l
fill. npi.iinrillhlnir tlit ki.ull'. ' -
"I shall bo glinl to havo )ou''ni'
ton my uaniti in Its liivinucrslilp. A
(Signed! 'W, II TArr.". ;
Hard Times Social. Alameda. Norit"
3. Hamlet rliclv, ComtnuloiiH nf thu'
I'm ui-t, will glvu n "haril lllno8"6oelai
In Ktirliuilkjiutt I'rlday nlgbt. Tho'
committee 1 11 ch)iim eorisli.tu of Mos'
Annua 11. iir'Minir. .11, .innnw iwrv
goncH, Mrs." X !:. nil Jilt'! Ilmmli
Glsh. ilia, tl, A, Itandolih and Mrs.
Emma May. )1
When llaby was tick, wu gave' her
When shu was a' Child, tho cried fofjgj
Casorja. ( '-M
Whnrt'sht' Wca'ine Mis?, bho clunc tp
W'hcn Bho hlid Clilfdrrn, shi g:Tothorhjl
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