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Mongolia October 31
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO, 4702.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEMUT IKY OF HAWAII. SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1010. 10 FADES. f(
910. 10 FADES. f(ft
PJUCE 5 CENTS.
For final Week
Democrats. Hujstling Hard To;
Keep Pplitical. Machine j
A week and n day mere nj whirl
wind ca mm giilng, llo hard. .1 of
tint poll! cal Ei'.inm. anil the 1 1 1 1 ml : 1
cans will icct Uirlr cue Willi tlio voti
urs lit tliu Torrltor. It will be n
wck nf nightly meetings of both
purtlcj In nil scUlons or the rlty, a
uri'l; nf toichllr.hts, niuilc. spd'clu'l
nml campaign cMthiiilaMii, and tlio
Ifcpuhllri'ii managers today feel
wore cniillili'tit of the lcsull than
ever I e'oro. I
Within tlio pint week tlio i'vt
denocn of dlx onl In tho lcniM"riillr
ranks Ijnvo been lo apparent Hut .1
child inn sod Ihciii. Htnrtlng with
tlio withdrawal of II. tl. Klvonburgh
as ninpalril manager a v,cok ugo anil
the- rpjirtlm) uf .Colonel l'. .). Itfc-,
Carthy. the In1-!? ( hnrnu.iiy-ln tlio
llourlion ramp has lircnmn more and
moio upon. CO'onel MiCnrtliy In
;vorklng li:ril for tho buccojh of tlio,
county ticket hut ho nlisiilulcly ro
fores to Biippmt Boss McCm.dlcss In
thn laltcr'8 aEplratlons fur thu Dsle
INDEPENDENT COMPANY TO
Tho Independent Steamship Com
pauj, updating a fleet uf nix Ble.iin
ora of fair paixcnger and freight ci
paclty, In now said to stand ready to
plsuu olio or moro vctKols In a UuTlo
tll.it, will In '.udo reKiilur visits lQ
tweeii Southern California ports anil
tho IlawaltJii Islands.
. A cable lias been lecelved at Ho
nolulu nnunuii Iiik tho Intention or
tho htcamchlii company to (uko euro
of pabeeiiKer and cargo olforliiKS fiom
H'ui Polio or, id her ports along tho
Southern California contt.
Willi tho announcement of tho
prrccut plans of thu company nls'),
ciiiiio lulvlies to the effect that tho
Eteamililp people h:u ioured n Mi'
tliaic In tho ownership of tho Auior-j
lean limit Aldon IIcpw. I
Thu fallln voEkol left Iluitiilulti t
j oim months uko and arrived ut San
1) loco the flrt-t of September.
Tlio Allien HebKO Is reported to
have sailed fiom Han l'rdro for llo.
nolulu on October -r'. tnklni; n liirco
mid imsorti'd tlilpment of mcrehnn-
' (Aumicliilxl l'lis.' Cable)
NKW YOltK, Oct, 29. Secretary
Wllion is doing some ationuouu work
In this Stale in thu way ol campaign
'. HE CAN'T .VOTE FOR
"I am not very familiar with the lo:al pclltcal tltuatlon yet, but I know
rlfjht now that I won't vote for Trent for treasurer," dechreo P, C. Jones,
who has returned to his home here after an extensive trip on the mainland.
f.'r. Jones has no "If't" nor "and's" In his statement. He Is willing to (jo
on record as oppesed to Trent, because of the fact that Trent has tied up'
with Docs McCandlccs.
"I'vj voted for Trent twice before, and I think he It a good man, but
when ho allies himself with McCandlcss and with the' forces that MeCand
let represents, then he has alienated himself from any right to ask. for
support," siya.Mr. Jones. "He has dJllberntely tied himself up wlthMe
Candlesi and that means he Is working against the best Interests of the
Territory. No, sir, Trent deserves no consideration on election day,"
The ii-iiiH of thl.i be '.imo irpnaicnt
e.irl) In the week. MrCamllCRH la
tat I luting ;?. ounil in Oahii. Ilu hai
I ec.i uv.n fur a week on tho other
Ulamls, ulid In thut tluto lil lorn I
following has been badly b uttered.
.McCarthy h.it; to much moro stnnl-
lug Willi tho DJniiirr.its thin Mf
C.ind ess that tho luito-'i. i-u-ibo bo
pan to ciiffer tliu Instant the nun op
posed lo him look hold of tho helm
at Democratic hcidquarteia. '
MrCundloss Ih not much In evi
dence at tho Dcnioerntlc camp. Hut
down (iu the slto-t his liuttoiihulo
campaign lg full of sHnB against Mc
('tthy for not Giving him moro Biip-j
T! Di'iiuiirallr organization lo
r.illv 'i nimbllng under tho cin.sl.mt
exposures nf tin icorot ttci.loty nys
(cm by vbluh Iho boss nml his fol
Ihwpih .hoped to ciptuio city nml
county government. That tho Ilour
Imns aro IohIiir ground was shown
last night, when tholr advertised
(Continued on Face 3)
FROM COAST TO ISLANDS
dlse and supplies fiom that purl.
With ample bucking of a concern
already In tho ocean transportation
business nml tho Aldeu 1 lease now on
her Initial Miyugo to the Islands
under thu now management, the pros.
pe t "for tho long-heralded dlio t
tteumslilp tcrvlco. between Honolulu
and Southern California bids fair to
become 'in assured reality.
The piomotcrs appear to co In
thn now scrvlco n promising field of
endeavor In that II Is claimed that
at Icabt r,0 per cent, of tho tourist
buslncts now coming down to tho
Hawaiian Islands oiigluates ut I.tu
Angel. It 1.4 also stated that tho
vow-els would be insured .cratlvn re
turn cargoes, Including quantities of
1 1 co. pineapples uml other Hawaiian
lly tho operation of a direct btcam
er to Honolulu would bo nrforded a
inii'h better oppoitutilty for tho 87
control Importation of Southern Cat
Ifornla fruits and oilier commodities,
Tlioio will bo u Joint meeting of
tho 'commltU-i-H ou Kducatlon uml
I'ubllclly or tho Woman's Niilloii'il
Itlvurs and llnibors' Congiu3 Iu tho
makal pwlllon of tho Young Hotel,
WcilnoBilay morning, November 2nd,
at 10 o'clock. Impoiluut buslnoss is
lo be taken un uml nil mombctu tiro
urged to bu pieboul.
LEPROSY CURE VfJLL BE
it a it -:t it it it it it ".- ' a it
DR. DONALD H. CURRIE
Expert Will Tell Of
On Sane Care. Of
K. tic trcnlment of lepers and Fane
L'furl . to slump mil tho dlfc.ine In
II w. II will l,o dLcu'bcd before the
I'nwull'in Tcriltoilal .MeJhul S ickty
nt Its anuii.it meeting wliluh hegliis
loi'.a;. This Imponant topic Ij Ho
thunio on wliMi 11. Uuna d 11. Citr
ile, drcel(ir of tho leprosy Investiga
tion it it!ou heie, will m.iKe an nl
ill Vi lo tlio me.inbei-1 of tho LOrlety
Tho out omo of Dr. Currlo'j soars
or lino; ligation of the illsc':c and
Us poi.'lblu cute will bu wal lied
with Inlctert by tho medical profes
sion e ywtierc, uml cspeclallj by
tho piofc Lion ond Ihe publlit genur
ally of tho Tcrtllory. Dr. Cmrlo Ij
ii iccr.gti.l7C'l iiulhiuity iyjr. the ills
cut, imo of tho noJj(njjiiVjU!I,!r
g'ifS tho Icprnsy ba'Mjia Biiccsfull)',
nml he In now carrying on at the In-
votllguiiuii siiiiiuii ii huiienui um"-ii-monte
with vaccine, together with
Moses T. Clcgg, tho oxport who ar
rived ii few ilii)B aGo to wmk with
It Is understood that Dr. Currlo
has sumc Inlcrestlng things to say on
tho treatment of dlrciusc at Moluknl.
Ho will read a piper entitled, "Soma'
KcuuirltS on tho State Cure of Lep
rosy In Hawaii," by "stnto euro"
meaning tho eradication of tho dis
ease from it locality. Ills paper Is
oxpeetcd to throw boiiio light on tho
advisability of the treatment of Icp
oui In u segregated community
Tho medical widely begins Its an
nual meeting today nt 3 oVJock at
(Associated I'roHS Uablo )
I.ATON, t'nl., Oct. 29. Tho post
olllcc hero was dynamited last night
by skilful operators, who blow open
the olllre safo with a big rhsirgo of
nitto-Kiycerino. robbed It of $1352
nml made. Ihelr cicape. Thu author- the new rules that it is exceedingly
itles me now on their trull, but havolhard to score a tomhdown. Yale and
found no cluu.
Governor to Name Man Ac
ccptablo in Drake's
That theiu Is something on In iu-
gar,, to thu iippolntmont of a col.ee- ' ',, c' "J, 0 , ,
or nf internal enuo , for hs -Is- ,,,; ,. coVo01, t0 lIWuliro
trlct Is ovldcnted by thu fact that ,
Ihoie wore several confureu.es ou " ' I'O'ir one mini, i es. four nml
tho matter held In thu olllco of Gov- "iico-nn iji seconds Tl,i raeo ...
ornor Ki ear today. , "Pectacular ..ndthu llulsh cl..e.
Thu (loveruor admitted that tint Tilu ,04elmo (.)l(r Manning has
uubjoct of u auteessor to Cullodor ni,(( u ,.,,,,. r ,t r Jul,.,noM
Dritko Ijnrt been under illscueslon, but w10 wor,. (.,,i,.1,lt; ,.a tiu prohl-
fu.ther thiiii that he would wiy noth- lUt,(1 )()m,y in liehrlng Sea.
'"no ..dopted his usual non-conimlt-' " " :s
nl attitude, uml when tho iiuertlons Ject Iu each casu was the successor to
asked liliu weiu too eloSo to the mark Drake. It Is understood that tho
Ini Informed his questioner that ho I'leshlent wants fuithor re.ommeii
.'ns asking too many questions. i datlnns frnm Huwnll liffnic tin nami
.Inek Atl.lnr.nn and seveinl other n successor, now that the uppnlnt
limn wore In confcienco with the nieiit of Cottilll ut Toledo has been
Governor this moi'iilng, and the sub- turned down,
Dr. Donald H. Currie, director
tho University Club, and tho meet-
lug will bo continued tonight ami
.Monday, closing with n banquet Mon
day night. Dr. W. (1. Kogcrs will ho
chairman mid will delhcr an opening
nddi'CFS. following thu reading of thu
minutes, routine business and reports
Program of Meeting;.
Tho piogiaiu further Ik as follows-Aftornoon-
Wounds ol thu Kychall nml Theli
Treatment," Dr. Armltage; Modern
Qti.irantluo," Dr. Carl Itnmiii' 'Tho
LOW SCORES IN
(Milat Ilu Hut III Catilc )
HEW YORK, Oct. 29. "New"
football resulted in some intcrcstinc
conclusions as an outcome of the bitf
games today, one of which is that
the offense has been so weakened by
itlic Navy teams were the only ones
.able to roll up much of a score over
their onnoncnts, and in each caso the
opponents were weak.
The scores today in the East were:
Yale 10, Colgate 0; Navy 17, Western
'Reserve 0; Harvard 0, Army 0;
Princeton G, Dartmouth Oj Pcnnsyl
vania 17. Cart sic 5.
AVIATOR WINS RACE
AN RICH FRIZES
(Hmlul II II II l tin Wllilcss.)
3IONT I'AKK, N. Y Oct. 29.
(Iralium White, tho noted aviator,
today won tho .lames (ioriluu Helmut t
.......1 n.,,1 CHAP. rn-Un (ill.OnV
it :; it it it it
of the Leprosy Investigation.
Now Science of Kuecnles," Dr. J. T,
MacDomihl. Kvenlng "Homo Ito-
inaika on tho State Curo of Leproiy
In llawiill," Dr. I). II. Currlo; "Clin
Iral Uhservatlons; li)e, Kar, Koscand
Tin oat." Dr. W. (1. Rogers; l'ollo
M.Nulltls, discussion general.
Monday. 3 p. in. "Notes on Oph
thalmic Treatment," Dr. Notlugo;
Cerebral Neoplasms," Dr. .Illdd:
"Tempo-ii'iient versus Tcmper.iluro,"
Di ' 'idline, uullnlsbed business.
Hveulng 7 110 llaniiuct. Toastnuu.
ler, Di C II. Wood.
CARS BURNED IN
(Assiwlultil l'riss Cable.)
TOl'l-JKA. Kan., Oct. i). Sovon
hundred Santa Ko cars wero burned
I" llio jard hern early this morning,
with a los of half u million dollars.
Tho causo of tho lire has not heon
definitely ascertained, and detectives
uro now cmplojt-d In nttomptliig to
"ml out If tho blnro waB of incon
(As-Micliit.il lri-HH (.jilito.)
WASIIINtlTON, I). C. Oct. 29.
Winning was sent out today by thu
Dlio tin of thu Mint ami scciot scr-
vi e iilllclais Hint u big Issue of rimii-
len.-u uuiiiv-iikiuB, puipwimiK in ..u
u.ithoilzed by the Pirst National
llnlil, U l'nrtland. Oru., uro In ,clr-
euh.tli.n. Tho bogus notes uro alloat'
all up unit down the coast, It Is snld,
ami people tun wurnud lo examine
their noies ciiicfully.
CHINA PLANS MONEY USES
(AiuMH-liitt'd "rtsa Ciil.li.)
l'HKINd, Oit. 9. Tho edict luu
been l.csuod which niilhnrUes tho
American bun at r. per cent. It Is
uUo planned to usn a part of this
limn lor imiusirial purposos in Alan-
Coffee Ship Is
- - . i
Crown Prince Goes Down arid
Precious Cargo Is
( Annorlutf il l'lrss t'atdo )
NKW Oltl.CANS, t.a., Oct. 29. -
News was received hero today that
thu big cargo steamer Clown I'rlnce,
enrrjliig n full
rargo of enffco ,"."""" - '-is
en lVverai parecngcrs, nas louu-
dercd In tho mvero gales tli.it hno
l.nn.t ...h. ...... ... t .1 . .... .
ivvii , vi'imk iiiu Biiiiin-.inL cij.isi.
BOARD OF IMMIGRATION HAS
PLAN TO SECURE LABORERS
FROM ISTHMIAN CANAL ZONE
A plan to secure ruvoral thousand
Immigrant!, from Panama Is now mi
ih r consldui.-.lloi. by tho llo.ird of Im
migration, mid tho Hoard Is In com
uumlcatl thiough Dr. Victor S.
Chirk, with thu Isthmian Canal offi
cials, l.iklng up Iho possibilities of
'I he Immigrants In view uro not nil
thus ol Iho canal zone, but former In
habit rs of Northern Spain: Tlioy
wet ii -night to thu Uthinus in liiiinl
gr.ii. rlilpa lo work tin tho groat
final, uml .us this work will mhiii ha
drawing lo n closo, they will bu out of
Jobs nml looking for petiunncut loca
tion. Alicndy Hou'h Amorlcnii comi-'
tiles n ro trying to securo them, as
they have pioled In bo splendid work
men and 'mnl.o good citizens, mid thu
efforts r South America hino turned
soma lh.it way.
Tho Hoard of Immigration (wlll en
deavor to turn' their attention to Ha
waii, with u view to bringing thorn
hero ns soon ns tho canal work U
finished. Within a comparatively
short time n lnrgo number will no
Intitvnt ln nnn.li.,1 .. Il.n .. I ..
i""hii iiu iivvu-.'u un iiiu uitiidi ci'ii"
Bt i notion ami thon It Is plaunotl t
nrhiK lucm to tlio Ihluiidri.
Hawaii Must Be Represented
By Chief Executive or
HnwuH's pnrllclp.itlon In tho bis
tsuist congrcHH In discuss n merchant
.un. in.- uini uu nic.eiinu ... HUT,., i .,-urnaiy was laKeti ai n mceitng last
K'unglh In Ihp r.iclfle Is up lo (iov. evening when thu gvnurul commltlee,
I-'.cnr. lU-rotdlng to iiuwb fiom Cul or illty for Iho Carnival waa uamclfl
rornln. (Jov. (IIIUH has culled-tho At Iho meeting it was also decided
congress from Nov. 17 to 19.. 'to havo (hreo additional rotnuiltteei
Jiimes K. Morgan, prosldont cjf tholtn lluwu (.f iho last-carnival Ihe
imiiiiKiur oi i;oiuinercu. was oxopccieii'
to bu one of tho Hawaii's delegates to
,1() c(,nKrl.Si ,! Seclcllry u. 1.
wcl(, r l0 r)mmllur eniiniiiinliitotl
,, ,, r(.Kntti (l, r0proseiitnt thn
lflm,..r llll(1 , t.nU,r,.. Mr Mr
K.ln IUH m).cil thnl tho congress Ih
bu Hindu up of governors of tho
stales mum-il In tho cull nml of Ilu
wall. Such being (he caso, Hawaii must
cither bo rii'iesenled by (lov. Prunr
or some man dcslgmiteil by him lo net
In his plnc.i. thinks Mr. Wocsl. It Ih
repnilnl Hint Socrrlnry Molt-Rintth Is
Kolng to tho const In Him- for tho
congress and If w ho will probably
.... ....i.n.i ... . . t. ,1
bo asked to icpiesenl Hawaii.
mid tho IdnmU. The rrseel wasMoij
olf tho Cuban shore. M
Tho crew and passengers took tij
thu boats mid all weio t-'ivcd, hut tha
vessel and cargo aro lost. Thcf!cms
... .. (II..... .I..H.M nl.n
vjiim ii ii i hi u win imi in; i " i
.., ..,,.. Vlir., ,..,, ...... ... .....off
,rc,, wt, tl0 products of Houthofu
re .1..... Wt
iwiieu iic-ii.n. u
On Iho cnual they rtcelvo about tho
same wages us plantation laborers'
here, from eighty-four cents to ii dol
lar n ib)'. mill they aro highly regard
oil as laborers. Nino hundred worg
first tried ou tho canal work nm(
made good si) quickly that several
thousand moro wero Ihuu brought;
Tho efficiency ami desirability pf
llicse ImmlgrantH Is pnned by tho folj
lowing stnlemcnt. taken from (ho mil
mini report of the Isthmian Const
"Tlio ovpeitment with laborers from,
Northeni Bjiatn has proved vnry cafi
iBfnctory Tl.olr efficiency Is not oulK
moro than double, that of thu negroes
hut they stand tho climate much lictjj
ler. Hlnco tho first of January tbora
h.io been nliout 900 nf llicso at WorK
on Iho cnnnl and of thin number, not
ono hn.s died from tho dlncnso. Th'S
havo malaria In about tho snmo'dei
grco as tho vthlto American hiitnK
nl nil lo lhn nvtenL that thn neirrnos
havo It, mid there has not been n'fslnl
glo caso of yi'llow (over among (heiuj
.Their general condition Is about ax
mi.. I It mn In II.aIh l.f.ii.na I
siu tin ii nua in ntu(i iiwuivo hi
Kjmln nml tljey bIuihI (ho cllmato ve
mil Hi bettor than tlio nCKrors.
Mcctinij Last Evening Named
General Committee of l
Tho flrrt sten toward Hip oreanlzn-
Hon fur tlio c-nnilnif Hilt's CarnUufTfori
in no ono oaih for wnlvr c.iinlvul ,'n
cupllmi of UlloiH and trunsiHirtntloii
uml railroad mattors. ?J
With tlioso new c-ommlttces therj
wilt bu foiiM- i sub committees r
charge of tho pieparatlous for and th"
earuhiil Itself Iu addition to tho com
mittee of II fi) having general charge.
At the mealing last owning at I'lraj
Hall there win, a treat deal of enthu'
(Continued on Pace 4)
An exchange s:i)s, "Lemons m
he Kept by burlng them In saw
lut w hat s the life wt.cn we 'can.
hand them to our friends: Chicago
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