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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO, 4032,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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MEMORIAL DAY HONORS FOR NATION'S
ROOSEVELT AND ROOT TALK IT
OVER MILLION VOTES FOR
MOST POPULAR GIRL
Mrs. Beggs Takes Lead
' ' In Final Contest
Miss McCabc dels Second
District 1 Trip
The names aboc, the piTldavIt o'
thn ttidcp-i iiiul thn vnlrt tolalx terse
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' y tell tho fceult of (ho final count
mado In (ho ) u 1 I o 1 1 n's oscin-l mlt Bn,Jcr uicntlnn and 'he Hu I le-lie-California
politest, which ended Un ,iarly wm Houlro n chnperono
nt 8 o'clock last Saturday evening, wj, l8 qimiined In every respect,
hut tho story of the cxpltemcnt duivj Mhlt jCcnlio cntorcd tho contest
Ing tho twelve closing hours, thu 10CauBO her phslclan hud ndvlscd her
count by tho Judges, alid tho con ,i Hpcni vacation on tho mainland.
gratulatloiiB of U'o winners by theiio contest showed her a method of
District 2 T
losers, can not bo told so brlcny.muklng thlH vacation possible. Miss
lleslries, tho more thun-n-mllllon voto
of popular Miss rangellnun and tho
climax during tho final hour of the
Lontest, when frlemh of Mrs G J.
Ileggs uppcarod nt tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
ofllLo and turued In subset Iptlonu
enough to give lioi victory, can not
bo (old nlono In figures.
How Mis PniiRclinnji Received the
Wpoii the count wnS finished nipt
Miss Paiigounn was told what her
total was, sho delightedly clasped
her arms nbtlut u frlonil nnd herojos
tilled with tears of happlmss its blie
oxclulined, "Oh, am ho happy to
think Ihat 1 have mi mail frliuds."
Then bii'b turned to nsMiro unothor
lontcslaut who wna nwaltlng tho ro
suit of tho count for second plate
"Oh! Ma) he you'll got tho trip,
ioo." And thus, amid tho inund of
'congratulations flint wcro being
given lief, she plopped lo sympathot
lcally cncoUrogo another who hau
been a (ompptltor hut n few mo
Mies I'augellimu owes the huiccbs
of licr to campaign, first, to her
iiwn constant efforts. Starting early
la the contest, bIio begnn li sccur?
lug enough votes to make her friends
ronlldent that she would rontlnuo
until the context (lose, nnd they
tin n liegnii to support her. Through
her own efforts Mlia IMiigollnun re
ceded near to five hundred thnusind
oloi. Hie second stop thnt was
mucin for her siaics'j whs In the
ojul rupport thnt A. .lungclnus,
pioprldor of the Palm, gno her.
He illrllig I lie (lnrallnn.il ns well us
tho plcnr.um advnutnges of tho trip
offered, hn'liegiin u riilupilgu for
subscriptions thnt hrought her thou
biihIh of otcn.
In this. Hovcrnl hundred
voles from Mrs. Ileggs
timl her friends lielpeil to hi Ing the
Mini up to tho unexpected niul un'
prereuenieil total of a million uucl'erono contestant, Mrs. Zcnve, with
three hundred thousand viHes.
fAlimt the Wjnncri. -r K'
Aim llnrfu' Itllf'n intn all rid Hint
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"i" iritmiH ii in uirniigii ineir cnoriH
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McCabo was until very recently an em
ployco nf tho Maternity Homo and her
ncnualntimco Includes thu bust known
pcoplo In Honolulu. '
That Mlsu Akamu had no noar op
ponent did not (essin het' tfforts, lm
IHuylng thuMho- moro progress b'is
jrwlo tio less chanco thero was for a
tlnr)(. )orso to gain tho trip, That sho
was tlin Dist cholco of (lawall Is
grnphkally told by tho count figures.
Count by the Committee,
Sharply at 8 o'clock Saturday oven
lug tho Judges took cluirgo of tho con
test ballot box and closed tho door
to thn ollleo. Tho ballot box was
opened n few moments later amid a
lingo crowd nf onlookers. Two of tho
contestants wero present and all had
representatives fit tho count, The
JuilgoH piomplly begun separating the
ballots and In two bourn nnd n half
bad completed thn vote canvass, They
then declared the nanus of the win
ners as announced.
Losers Congratulate Winners. '
From the time the nnmes of tlw
winners wuro made kuuwu lu the
present tlmo tho winners have ln.cn I
receiving congratulations from their
friends. Tho unsuccessful contestAnt
wore nmoug tho first to congratulnto
minu of the winners, showing that tho'
contestants have the best of feeling
for nil their former competitors.
Campaign of Unsuccessful.
To those candidates who continued
tr)lng to tho Very last mid wcro nn
successful, much credit Is due for their
unswerving determination. .Many of
theso ladles felt that as their friends
nomlnuted them In thu contest Jt was
their duty to remain.
Miss Mary Johnsou, n District 1 con
tcstunt, vho mndo such good prog
rcss at the first nurt of tho con'est
owes her gradual falling behind not
to lack of frlcndshlii but to tho fact
that rho was handicapped by Illness
and by (ho withdrawal of tho cliai
"IIUIII BI1U- UVHUll 111" CUUICSI WtlrK.
Mrs. Zcuvo wan Uufqrtunalely called
back to the mainland at a crltlcil
contest ierlod and this
her withdrawal from the race This
of course lessened Miss Johnson's
chance, of success. -but sho continued
thrpugh to the end or tho content.
Miss Rebecca Atacy Is another iin-l
successful cuudldato who deserves
much credit and should bo honored at
tho tmpport friends have Khrn lit r.
Slio Is really a Hnwall girl nnd should
havo been notnlnalcd from District -ns
ulin Is only at'Walalun during tho
school term. Hut her friends thought
otherwise nnd after onco starting In
n district tho rulca of tho contest pio-
vented uny changoi
Givlntr the News to the PuVic.
Arrnngcments had beeu mado to
notify tho different moving picture
holmes of the result of tho count as
Konti ns flnlHhcd and this was done.
Thu result wns annniiurcd nt tho
Park by Manager Bd Congdon and at
tho Umpire by Mr. Hose, the singer,
as hn "had the stago" when tho nowa
ciilre n. No announcement was midni
at lie O peril Iloust owing to tho Into
ness of tho hour when tho count was
Following the count, the Judges ucrn
taken, to tho Union drill by C. D.
Wrlifit nf the 11 ii 1 1 it 1 1 n Anil thn ron.
test manager nnd wore served with n wPrp ronsUlennii cnrrjlng nut'.ielr
splendid dinner sucli as (leorgo I.y. promlKcs of rupiort to each other,
curgus alono can create. At a lain After tho lonlcst got well utarted
hour tho Judges woro ronvejed ti Ihcro was not a case where any can
their homes In nn automobile. dldate had votra Issued for1 another
Contestants Were Busy. candldale than the one with whom
Throughout tho closing day the she had arranged to work, excepting
extreme excltemont of thtno most ln when tho Individual who had ordor
teiested. that nf tholr friends, and ed tho pappr rnuesteil Oial tho
WHO THEY ARE
Miss Angle Pnngellnan, the winner of the first trip In District No. 1,
with the largest vote ever polled In a similar lonteBt In the Islands, Is a
charming jnung lady who has lived all her life In the Islands anil that she
has made many friends during that time la testified to by the huge voto
bIio rccelvod. Sho has bcon cmplbjod nl tho Palm Cain for several years
and due to her pleasant manners has mado every customer acquaintance,
Mrs. 0. J. tlcggs, the winner nf tho chnperono trip, with tho second
largest voto enst, holds n responsible position In tho Puuiione Hospital on
Maul. Sho has traveled niuch and as sho has' spent several summers In
Yoscmlte sho will ho oblo lo nuiko tho trip a doubly enjoyable and Inter
esting .one. for tho party through her knowledge f tho great national
Mlsa Mary McCabo, winner of tho second trip In District 1, conducted
her own oto getting campaign until after the contest was half over. She
was so auccoBBful In securing a large Mite for thn triweekly and dally
countB that her friends began to realize that she had kept among the lead
era In n manner thnt siiKKtrkd nltlniato success for her. They then ral
lied tjtrougl) to her support and continued to tho end und victory.
Miss Kmma Akamu, tho winner of tho trip given to District 2. Is a
schoo) teacher on tho big Island and baa lived most of her llfo In llllii.
Although nominated at tho beginning of tho contest, Miss Akamu did not
begin asking her friends for votes until thu contest was a month old, She
was persuaded then that her friends would ho glad Jo nld her securo tho
trip and sho startod after tho votes with a vim that surprised even ber
most ardent friends. ,
,MlHif Sarah Cockott, winner In Dlstrlrt 1, Is Indeed u fortunate girl nfid
no onq perhaps Is more surprlbed at hor success than she hcrselfr She ent
ered the contest without much thought of victory. When friends tred In
persuade her that she could not get the trip on account of thoro being so
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W.h0 ."cd tlW"r.?lVl .Vl. ""
taii in nniti wwimvbi
cvc" of "'""Kcra In llonolplu. w.ijveit wai the of honor tod,y ftt
never ciiiaieu in any pas comesi.
While llono'iilu contostnnts am .
"'elr workers hurried aimut gather-
"g luiisiripumia ami voles, ronicii
aiilR from tho oilier islands miiii
wirelesses lo umics.antx nero nnu i
iu m: miiuni nruii luiviii, unninK " ' j
nua.i ami orucrs niul neon rcieiveu.
and, no doubt, wished they could bo
present to aid u the campaign of
votes to the cud. ,
Double Vote Itsuc New in
The ilouhlo vol" Isr.up on ea'h
subscription pijmnt that Is, otet
for lio'h a trip and n chaperouc as
plraiil-w.iH tried for the first Hum,
hero during this conlcst. Ab the
contest de eloped, It heenmo neces
sary for the two candidates who
weio worjilng togothor to dcncnil on
tho other c.uiillil lie to have the
voles. Issued for her and diposlted
Contestants Were Consistent.
Mo who wiote of tho "In onsl;t
eucles of womankind" knew them
not In contests, for the contestants
(Sotcial Bulletin Cable.) j
PAMnninnv. Muh. m nn
'Cornell defeated Hnrward todav In
he rnwinp; races by half a boat
LONDON, May 30. Col. Boose
ft luncheon Riven by the Boyal Geo-
onmhic Society. Second only to Mr.
Eocsevelt. araonir the lions of the
i,oar present, was Commander Peary,
who not only rcachcd the North
p0,e hut took hg gWp n0oscvelt the
LOST CHILD '
(Special Bulletin OaMr )
LOUISVILLE. Ky., May SO. TLe
bodv .of -"little eight-yjar-old Alma
Kcllner. wha mysteriously disappear
ed last December, and for whom dili-
cent tearch was instituted for
mcntbsnhns been found f circled in
At & tin mm mm f flftiliMlIft itinn1
Ti,- Jvi. ;.. .1-io!?. a I. .n. ni.caiired.lhe lotal pollco department n'
-!.. A. . i.Vj- .,. Jrt;iwl"w "r I'oura at the time of ibt.triMted with the ocolng of the war?
murder, ns the bodv us nartialh
dismembered when disco crcd.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHICAGO, 111, May 30. State
Senator Broderick, who was indict
ed for bribery in connection with
the Lorimer scandal, has surrender
cd himself and makes a complete de-
nial of any connection with the af
Ifnfr, PICNIC PARTY
' IN COLLISION
OAKLAND. Cal., May 30. Two
electric cars heavily laden with pic
nic parties collided in this city to
dav, one passenger was killed out
ripht nnd forty-four were seriously
DULLETIN AD8 PAY-IK
In addition to writing policies that
cover Loss or Damnce by Firc we
have a special policv that covers
LOSS or damage to the Automobile
insured by being in Collision with
any moving or stationary ob'ect.
TTABIT.ITY for damage to the party
of others caused by collision.
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO,
Rev. McKeever Delivers' Touch
ing Address Cemetery i-
Flower Laden - '
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I5vcn nature Itrilt lent an appro
iwimi' miiuiK in ine iinacrvanie i
Memorial Day today, when but a
handful of grayhilrtd and bent el
crans of the conillu of half n cvntur.
gone mad their annuil pilgrimage In It was exactly nine o'clock when till J
thu City of thu Dead on Niuianii ine procession rtartcd from tho drlllsfied 'J
lino to decorate, again tho graes ol and proceeded along Dcrctanla Istrtot ,
llmso comrades who In tho walks' of to Alakp.i, to King up Fort ! SchtiOl
ptaco lne In en git lieu d to their and het)ca to Nuuaiiu aVtlivo atiutrliji t
falhera. eemttery. J$
Tho akles ojipiipiI nnd sheil coplour Marshal ICdgar S narr" led Ino,
tenra on the bier of a nation's dead, parade with bis aides an J rext In oH'
tho 1.0ft tears of a soul nearly at cr cams the Hawaiian 11 Hid. tho N'a-""
peace, not the stormy ones of a fir?'. I Ion if Guard and Hospital Corpatjf
grief, and under lowering sklei urn tachments, followed b) Eciiool cideU
through softly falling raindrops thou In lliplr era; unlfpvius. imj Tth'p
MirylMirs of it (onnictrenieiiilifr d 'Cnntinncd on Pace 4. .
.. . M4ifdl
Forger Was Not
Oo Liner Mongolia i
Police Ready For Fugitive But
He Didn't Arrive On
Passenger List j
viiu v., i, ncu. itu -viuu tuuiKii
from Sun Kiiiuilncn us booking u
tliruugh postage lo tho Orient by
ine i'acinc Man liner iiiiiroiiu,.
nrilvnl of tho steamship at this port!
this morning. I
A porson giving I1I1 mine ns, Uoll
appeared ai ine nan rrnncisrn in-
lire of tho Pa file Mall mid piirrlinH
cd u ticket to Japan. When tho
(omit of persons wns made ufter tho
vessel had left her pilot oil the Far
ullnncH, the dlicuery was maily h)
the purser's staff thvt Hell wn con
rplcuoiis by his alise-nic.
In the meantime u cuhlo had been
WAt) SUU 1 IXjUjU
MANILA, May 30 Experts who
have examined the-drydock Dewey
believe that the great drydock was
not sunk as a result of accident or
carelessness. Examination of the
dock shows that the valves were not
open. This leads to the conclusion
that the dock mus have been scut
tled by some person or agent who
songht its destruction,
NEW YORK, May 30. President
Taft was in The city today to review
the monster Memorial Day parade.
AND ROOT TALK
LONDON. May 30. United States
Senator Root of New York and ex-
President Roosevelt held a confer
ence here today,
Hpcaklng of her callers, a splnlstnr
uajs.Hluglu iuuu uro iluull) welcome,
li but few except through hearsay,
wcinirn ineir way inrougu liuiioiuiil.j
muddy cfreits and up on that height
where sleep their comrades In-tho
deep sleep that knows no waking
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reuuivcu u oiicnii anrrcii iiiMrucie
lug that ollltlul to place Hell uiidotv
arrest liiimedUtcl) following tboarp,
rival or (lie Mongolia at Honolulu,
Chief of DctcctUes McDuftle wa'InS
rant nnd placing the mysterious Uell
In 'custody. .mU1
When McUufllfl boarded the Mpnv
gnna ill ine quaraniina tins morn;
ilug in, w(li, told Jliat Dell failed 0
Jtonnecl wllh the sestet and na far as
tho oltl era were concerned they
Knew of no one on board tho llnerti
answering tils description Mcuump'-A
returned to the itatlou cmptJ.
handed, . '
(Continued on Paste 2)
, JJIJN AL J5 A 1 1 LUi
WASHINGTON. D. C. May 30.
Official dispatches received hero to
day from Nicnrngua reoort that des
perate fighting is going on about?
Bluefields. ' 7
It is reported that Estradtt has
captuicd two hundred men .undin-
nicicit ncavy tosses on tnc lortcSj,
commanded bv President Mudriz:'
OlTirials here nntictpato that U10
result of the present stiucclc Willi,
be decisive In establishing the con
trol of the ccyernment of Niciirnfiiia.'JI
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NEW -Y0R.K, Mav 30, Giffordl
i'lncliot nrnved Jictc loaav fiom iu-y
rope, where he went to confer wiflijj
Coir Rootevclt. Mr. Pinphot would
njivc no intimation of whatMr,".
Kooscycit s position on national pon
tics is or what he expects it to b
Tho ten-dollar hog has pushed the
eud seat hog out of sight. Uut,witft
till warm weather, New lledfofdj
lV . asu . . i v i l . .