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1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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Back In Fold
Prominent Democrat Prevailed
Upon To Assume1 County
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U My opinions on the Territorial campaign remain the same. I am St
tt not In sympathy with the tight against immigration, I shall not tt
ti work for Mr. McCandlest. My participation In the campaign will be' tt
tt confined to this county. I do not believe In pledging the legislative tt
tt candidates to an antl. Immigration measure, and I shall not mix Into tt
tt McCandless' campaign In any manner." Statement of Col. C. J. Mc- 12
tt Carthy on assuming charge of the county Democratic campaign.- St
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Col. C, -J. McCarthy, for ninny years
one of tln lending Democrats of tlio
Territory, ' today assumed ncttio
charge nf tho lloitrlion campaign In
Oalm caun'y. Foreseeing Inevitable
defeat, tlio Democrats nfler many at
tempts. Iiavo prevailed upon McCar
thy' to take up tlio reins nnil In the
two weeks that aro left, tlioy .wljl.
make a Una I effort to win hark tho
alienated since hobs .Mcunnnicss uo-
5,. Kan .Ills canipnlgu of misrepresentation
that lias Bpllt Ills own party. I
Col. McCarthy was named county
campaign chalrmnn nmt campaign
manager nt a meeting today of the
comity campaign committee, of which
W. II. McClellnn lias been chairman.
K. M. Wntsiin, who Is n member of
thu commlttco from tlio fifth pieclnct
of tlio fourth district, resigned to lot
Col. .McCiirtliy, also n member of that
precinct, tnkn his place on tlio county,
committee Then V. II, McClellan.l
i ' '
THOUSANDS GATHER TO HEAR
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN TALKS
Itepubllcaii candidates nro off today for Kaliuku, where a big meet
ing la to bn held tonight. The train leaving tho Honolulu depot short
ly after 3 o'clock today will carry piutlcally every county and leglsln
tlvo candidate, and a number ot enthusiastic pirty woikers doubles,
Andrew AdaniB Is In charge ot tho Kahuku meeting, and advance
reports aro Hint It will be ono of the gieatest of the campaign, Tho
candidates nro working together with u will, nnd tlioj- aio 111 led with
campaign speeches. McCandlesB' ca upalglt of misrepresentation )i:ib re
rulteil In giving 'his opponents plenty of handles for the arguments.
Campaign headquarters In the Judil building wero practically do
rerted today, every man being occupied In hustling In his own precinct.
Tho Republican campalg'n Is spleudlJIy organized, and today tho man
agement Is feeling more optimistic than ocr.
"llnn't be dissatisfied. Don't let
the Democratic demagogues fool bu
with piomlsos they can't fitlllll," was
the doctrine tot foith by Hopuhll.
run spenkers last night at what Is
e.ild to be tho biggest political meet-
lug ever held on run;ibowl. Moro
than 2fi00 peoplo wero preBont,"and
' the ig audience was cloaely atten
tive, in marked contrast to the un
ruly mob wjin, made trouble for tho
Democrats iiu the previous ovonlng.
Most of tho Republican candi
dates wero present, nnd every speak-
Nt was cheered ns ho was Introduced
nnd ng.itn as ho took his leave, More
than that, tho teal rprtuguoso
Amnilcan politicians on tho uulsldo
of the crowd were busy Republican
workers, every one, and there wero
dozens of Informal llttlo speeches
being madn all tho time, via the
Kd. Towse, candidate for tho
House, ripped through with a ring'
Ing rpeech that mado a deep Imprcs
slnn. Tnv6p had n Boro throat from
much campaigning, but whon ho got
warmed up and began to tear tho
Deinn'ints Into shreds, ho forgot
about that and made a rattling ad
"The Democrats Bland for nothing
hut dlssttlRfactlun," Towse declar
ed. "They conio hofnre you with
fake pivmlses simply to iiutko you
-ufTi , i AI-rlH-'ifr - -.J-j-t.J'A'.llfc .'" A.
chairman nf the committee, resigned
also, nnd McCarthy wan chosrii his
siicci'SBor and campaign niamgor.
Willi to naming of McCarthy comes
tho retirement of llertrnm (1. Ithon-
burgh from tho nctho head of tho
llmirlinu forces In Oahu county. ltlv
enhurKli Is a cnndldnta for the senate
nnd In trying to run his own campaign
and tho party's, he found both Buffer
ing tMillr. TJlCuSClfCtlnn of Col. ,Me
Caitliy will leavo htm free for his own
Ilehlnd the action ot tho committee
today Is a ttnry of desperate efforts
on the part of many Influential Demo
crnts to get Col, McCarthy back Into
the fol dafter lift had cult berauso of
lloa McCandless' arrogant and dema
gogue altitude. Col. McCarthy nnd
McCandless split at the recent Demo
cratic convention nnd McCarthy then
definitely declared that wn through
for this campaign, but. the entreaties
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dissatisfied with your present state,
llutvhat hive they to offer that Is
better? They nr simply after votes.
Simply after olllce.
"iYoii are not going to bo fooled
by the wild promises they mako as
to land, aro you? Don't lot them
deceive you and make monkeys ot
j on. It won't get you anything."
Robert W. Shingle, candidate for
treasurer, talked along tho samo
Hue, devoting particular attention to
demolishing tho Democratic prom
Ises that If n (lourbon ticket Is elect
ed the laborers will receive from $2
to M a day. Shingle talked In a
calm, logical way, and his common
sonce made 'in Instant Impression,
"The Democrats Bhow that they
have not your Interests nt heart
when they tnlk of giving you big
wages and know they can't do It,"
do lated Shingle. "They nro lcsort
Ing to nny desperate measure to get
Many other candidates spoke nnd
they nil were cheered. On the out
skirts of the rro,wd. It. II. Trent.
Doinocrntle randldnte for treasurer,
nnd 13, M. WatRon, a Hourhon cam
palgner, wero prowling, with the
glad-hand for anybody. Somebody
In ,tho crowd yelled, "Ask Trent
what ho thinks about Immigration,"
but either Tient did not hear or he
did not want to answer, fur ho paid
SLATED FOR I
i AHMiK'uitrd Prrsii r.ihte.)
WASHINGTON. I). (.'., CM. 22
S"cti'lnry of Commerce nnd I.nlmr
Nagel 'r considering t)io renrgnnlki
Una of the entire Immigration sta
tion at Ban 1'iiui lE-n, Including the
lellreniont of North fioin service
there. It Is understood that the do
pattmett is dlrsntlsfled with the ro
cent developments In Connection
CAMPAIGN FROM BOX
(.VMiK-iiiti'd rii'in ci)i-.
CONCOItl). N. II., Oct. 22. Col
onel Uocsevclt opened the HcpuMI
can Slule campaign here today, ualnj
us a platform a big dry goods box
plated mi thn State-house steps. The
irrmin'if bifoio the building wero
YALE A SURPRISE
NEW YORK, Oct', 22. Harvard
beat Brown handily at football to
day, 12 to 0. while Vanderbilt held
Yale to 0 to 0 tccre. Vanderbilt was
Arraigned On Two Counts
Henry N. Clark was niralgned on
two .ouuts of embezzlement before
Judge Cooper this morning, the ag
gregate amount chatged In tho two
counts being $:i'.i3. "
Tho IndUtmcuts against Clark
were made by tho Territorial grand
Jury on October 12 and placed on
(he Becret fllo of the criminal court
lain Thursday afternoon, returnable
The first charge nt embezzlement
against Clark alleges that on July
IS ot tills joar ho converted to his
own use tho sum ot. $288, money
coming from flues and other Bources
In tho police court.
Ou tlio second fount Clnrk Is
charged with converting to his own
n sn the sum nf $101, of police court
funds, this defalcation being made
on August 22.
Clnil; lias retained ,is attorney
Frank Thompson, but ns he was out
of town today Attorney Hitting' ap
pealed in court on tho case.
Tho attornoy for the defense ask
ed that plea In tho twn cases go ovor
until October 31, ns Thompson was
on Mntil on an Important case nnd
could not return bofore that tlmo.
This was granted by tho court,
and tho rnso was sot for plea nt 9
o'clock on Monday week.
Tho contempt charge against Clark
was Bet for argument bofore Judge
Cooper' this mnpilng nt 0, but wnB
finally postponed until next wed pes
day, with thn understanding that a
further postponement could be made
until Monday, the fllst.
Attorney J, W, Cathcart protested
against tho nllowanco nf any furthor
tlmo before arguments In the rase
wero submitted to tho court, but
Hitting explained that the Arm was
retained on tho rnso solely with thn
understanding that Frank Thompson
gUo'lils personal attention to tho
Thompson Is away on Maul on a
case there atuYvwIH hardly return he
fore Saturday nf next week, but In
event that hy does, the caso was sot
for AVedliesdny, with tie provision
of a continuance should ho not nr.
McCandless', llflanacjer Tilings
Of ForclnS; Permission '
GIVES NEEDED foWER
Talk of Going Into Court tu
Over-rltlo'bocision of Board
, of Hoalti;Agaiiist Sottlo
"Und;r tho rdlog of Judge Dole In
til latikca case, Vohid years ago, I nm
convinced that ,Unk, McCandless, or
any other cnmlldnte, can go to the
settlement mid 'talk to the Inmates
tbore, regardless ofjlie rule ot tho
Hoard or Health;,"
0. K. Kenwehnku, campaign man
ager of Iloss MK'andlcss, nindo the
abao sUtemctit this morning, In the
Democratic headquarters, to a 11 u I -I
e 1 1 n repof ter. t.
He stated that
Imo has come,
when ie, nB n ranlpalgn manager of
McCandless, ,.,milU ira.'(wmfltiTiTiT"to
show the public that lie and his Doss
cannot be fooled by tlioso who nro
In power. He believes thnt tho deci
sion by Federal Judge bole, granting
tho right In question to C. I. Inukon,
a candidate for Delegate to Congress
In 1004, was llnul. Under that ruling,
Kenwehnku claims that President
Mott-Smlth of the Board of Honltli
cannot stop McCandless from going to
the settlement and talking politics to
tho voters there, nnd Bnys court no
tion will bo taken If necessary to got
the Iloss on Moloknl.
In ordor that Iloss McCandless
might bo prepared to go to the settle
ment, a wireless messngo will bo sent
to him on Maul.
McCandless nnd Knnlho, who Ib
traveling with him on Maul, will come
direct to tho settlement, cither In n
gnsollno Ijoat, or on one of the Inter-
While the Doss's henchmen nro
tnlklng about going to court to get
McCandless a permit to visit tho leper
settlement, Buch action Is tlntly re
pudiated by the county management
11. O. Hlvenburhh, couniy manngor,
today declared thnt If Buch a state
ment wus mado It emanated from an
Irresponsible brnln. "Wo would hnvo
nothing to do with such n scheme,"
ho said. "Tho Hoard of Health has al
ready decided not to nllow candidates
on Moloknl, nnd wo will not try to
over-rldo It If nny such statement
Is mado, the person making it is fool
ish." LINK LOSES
Link McCandless Is bo busy looking
nftor politics that today ha neglected
to have n representative present nt an
unction of land nt tho cnpltpl nnd as
a result another mnn lins n half-ncro
holding right in tho middle ot his
propei ty at Kamupnll, Koolnupokn.
There wus un miction of two tracts
nnd u lease of ono auctioned oft by
Commissioner of Uinds at noon to
day,, und the second one offered was
the linlf-acro tract In tho mlddlo of
Mnk's holding, which was put tip nt
an upset price of 105 nnd sold to
Henry Peters for $00, he being tho
The first tract put up wus M,3r,0
square feet nt Alewn Heights which
was sold to J I I-ovo for $201, the
upset price being $200, und Love tho
leases of lotB F nnd O at Walknlu
wuho, containing 9.C3 acres, for live
years nt un upset price of tini. was
jliiado to ('. I.yon nt, J1B2, thoro being
IIU lllllfl UHIIIIT.
SA.N' I'ltANCIBCO. Oct. 22.
Heels: S8 analysis, f. ad,; parity,
U.!i2c. Previous quotation, . 'Js. 2d.
. 'ijtrfi'.il-'l1. JH-''-fr''-"a "''
OF DR. CRIPPEN
CUBS MANAGE TO
' SQUEEZE OUT
, A GAME
(Apodal Itulletln Cable.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 22. Bender,
pitthine for Philadelphia, was un
able to keep the hits scattered today,
and Chicago defeated the Athletics
in a desperately-played game by the
score of 4 to 3.
Cole started in to pitch for Chi
cago, but retired in favor of Brown,
and the big three-fingered miner
twirled masterly ball. The Cubs
gave their ptchers great support,
the fielding being faultless, the at
tendance today was 10,090, and the
leccipts $27,560. Scores:
Batteries Cole. Brown
cher: Bender and Thomas.
(AmocIiiI'M rrw CuMe.)
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 22. The
Btrlko situation, on the Missouri l'a-
clue, railway Is unchanged today.
The company lias, not yet started In
with the strikebreakers thnt were
brought In. Iloth sides express con
f.denco of winning out.
Kamaka Faces Charge of
Killing Wife and
Two charges nf minder In the
first degree li.no been plated ugnlnsl
Mnkalo K.unaka, who was arraigned
ou tho charge this morning In the
Kamaka is tho man who ou Sep
tember 17 killed his wlfu nnd her
lover and then walked to the police
station nnd gave himself up, telllni;
what he had dune.
Tho woman had her throat cut and
tho man was shot by tho lufuflated
It was only a short time after Ka
tnakn was married to Mele tha they
were nt it neighbor's house for a
lunu. During the evening ho miss
ed his wife from the room und also
Ho started to hunt for them and
found them n short distance from
tho hnuso nnd killed them both.
Murder In the first degrco Is the
charge against him on two counts,
and he will plead to tho charges on
Monday, October 31.
Attorney HnwIliiB will appear for
the defense In tho case.
I-ouls It. Medelros, who has but re
cently been appointed deputy collector
ot customs ahit placed at tho head of
tlio day und night stuff of Inspectors,
Is 111 with typhoid fever.
At the udlco of Dr. Htruub, Mo
delros has been obliged to relinquish
his duties nt tho customs nnd take to
It Is hoped that his illness will bo
of short duration.
The Woman's (Inllil of St. Clement's
church will bold n Delicatessen Sale
on Saturday morning, October 29th,
In tho Btoro recently vacated by the
Arts nnd Crufts Shop on Fort Btreet
near King. The ladles of Bt. Clo
ments hnvo built up u reputation for
honie-miido delicacies nnd this suln
promises to bo un oven gn'nter suc
cess than any previous ono. Hcsldes
the usual i;iio'I things to eat, there
will bo chicken pies, cold boiled hum,
tut key, pork und bean and lemon nnd
pumpkin pies, The randy table will
i be under the olllclent charge of Mrs.
New comb who will hnvo on band, nil
kinds nf delicious honie-mado cwceU.
In Murder Case
Dr. Crippen Is
and Sentenced To Hang
LONDON. Eng., Oct. 22. Dr.
with murdering his wife, Belle Elmore, an actress, he' was convicted
today by a jury. The jury was out only half an hour. Step by step tho
evidence hatLbccn built-up against the American dentfst until there re
mained little, doubt of his pjjilt.
Immediately following the verdict of the jury, sentence was pro
Jiounced. He was sentenced to be hanged on November 15.
Dr. Crinpcn, pale but composed, received the verdict calmly, t In a
statement made just after it had been announced and sentence imposed,
he again protested his innocence.
The conviction of Crinpen brings to an end one of the most cele.'
hrated eases i'n English criminal annnls. He was accused of jnurdcring
Belle Elmore last February and of burying her body in the cellar of a
deserted house under a bed of quicklime. The discovery of the murder
was made on July 13.
Crippen fled to Canada on board a s'eamsltip." in commny with his
stenographer. Ethel Clare Lcncve. The chase by Scotland Yard was sen-'
tational, and the capture of Crinne-i uhen the steamer reached .Canada;
-wis no-Ies sensational. They werclrrTmediatt-Iy 'taken lack to Enpland.!
The t'-'ol of Miss Leneve, Crippen's pretty stenographer, will Begta!
ESTATE OF TOM
Nca-ly n million dollars, or, to bo
exu t, IPOO, 874.1 1, Is tho appraised
a'u of the eBtuto of the late Tom
Mil), which was llled In court today
hy the appraiser", M. T. Slmonton,
F. II. D.tmou ami J. L. Fleming.
Atrnidliig to the npptnlsement the
deceased left bonds to tho value or
$"o.mr,. stocks nt $718,735, iiote
and mortgages $!)S,439,77, real es
tate $'.'9,190, nnd cash on hand
amounting to $10,SC4.G7.
Tho holdings of thq deceased were
practically nil Ilk Honolulu and Ha
waii, although a few thousands wero
imested In enterprises on the Coast.
In the bond holdings thoro wero
hut two outside Hawaii, ono being
California Itent nnd Refining Com
pany, nmountlng to $5000, nnd the
other San Joaquin L. & P. Co., bonds
which are valued nt $24,2S0, Tho
largest bond holdings In nny, one
concern In Hawaii nro llllo Uallw'ay
Company, In which there Is $27,000
worth of bonds held.
The largest block of stock left by
FOR THE COAST
Tlilttytwo Russian passengers were
luclifdcd In tho crowd thnt lined tho
mils of the Pacific Mali steamship
Koren when thnt essel pulled awuy
from Alakca street wharf at noon to
day. The IliiBslnns lmvo been drifting In
COL. C. W. ZIBOLEFt -Ordinary
publican ticket is the only one to
I crats are campaigning, on promises
succeed In their plans, It would be
Territory. I hope for a rousing Republican victory and for good govern
ment that follows It. .
MICH SHERIFF WILLIAM HENRY There would be no question am'ona
fair-minded men as to their duty in
good candidates, fair issues on one
ed by some of the men on It and a
be a serious blow to Hawaii. Let s
Republican ticket from top to bottom.
- A. .XJ-
Hnwley Crinncn must hane. Charced
- V . A
MILLION OE DOLLARS'
tho deceased Is that owned In GV8
Hrewer &. Co., In which there nro
890 shares valued at $2S 1,800. Prac
tically all tho stockH held nro In
Hawaiian companies, but thero aral
several small blocks of stocks In eii-j
u-rppsPB uuiii uore nnd on I no loose
which are given as of no vnluo.
Thero nro notes and mortgages;!
nmountlng to $9.1,439.77, besides
personal notes of peoplo In this cltr
aggregating $10,000, which are Btat3
ed us of no value, !&
Ileal estnta Is that on Klnnu, I.u-
nnlllo and Pensnrola streets, contaltt.4
Ing 120,000 square foot and valuVda
nt $20,090. Household furnlturelal
given ns or mo vniuo or &uu.
Hcsldes tho lot mentioned, thero
Is land at Kallhl valued at $100.;
and four other lot of land of a total
vnluntlon of $2000. "" "Ml
Cash received from P. C. JoneV-
as' special administrator of the es
tate, amounting to $10,8(14.07,. Is on?
band, making n total value of tho
estnto of $91,0,874.44.
to Honolulu from tho several Island
plantations nnd tho men and heaiH
of families' expect to land Jobs with
' tlio lumbfr and railway companies on
the Paciuc coast.
The wharf presented qullo an ani
mated sceno as tho vessel cast oft and
went Into tho stream.
A number of Portuguese, wero steep
nun n.isspncrri for t)m ronet '
Ono change In the ship's pernoncli
I. tti.'ln I... . r.....!!-
,n uif ivuiKiuiy upixJIIUUIUlll U OIUW-,
(nrd Ilollidny who lias been omclattiun
in iiiu piace "i i. ii. inompsou wild
I was. oblgcd tn remain ashore beciiitiut
political Issues aside, the straight nS
vote In the comlnn election. The Demo- n
they don't mean, and If they should
a t:rlousthlow to the proiperjty of the''
this campaign. The Issue Is clean cut-
side, and bn the other a ticket hamper?
platform that If carried Into efljct would
get together with a vim and elect the