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12 PAOES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1010. 12 PAQES,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JJi V IldM i
'v" - V
Sweeping Victory Is
Now Believed Certain
Burden of Boss McCandless Has Played Havoc
With Bourbon Prospects Over County
Kuhio Should Get
Majority on Every
Island in Group
Republicans all otur Ibo Territory
will closo to'lny tlio hardest iinil onu
of tlio most spoctacultir cnmpalgtiB In
the history 'of tlui parly In Hawaii.
With roportB coining In today from
eery Island In tlio croup, hu Ilcnub
llcnn lenders nro conlldcnt that Kiihlo
Hinl the ticket will make a clean
'mwi, Mid liru now flgurln'In'tiTu
That Doss M.cCnndlehS Is beaten,
and' I hat hla own tactics at tlio Demo
cratic comcntlon hIiico hao helped
to beat him In tbo statement that Ih
coming in from all Bides, and even In
the Democratic 'ranks McCandksa in
felt as a bunk a to his party., A
prominent llnurlionj politician (today
made the remark: "With McCnndless
off that ticket, I'd bet my cntlro world
ly Roods on It, but McCondlcsi lias
been nnylhliiK but a help to us.
Campaign CIoms Tonight.
Itoth parties will closo their cam
pnlRUH tonight with rallies it Aala
l'ark, and the leaders of both tickets,
County and Territorial, arc to apeak.
Prince Kuhlo will lead the Repub
lican speakers, and Mct'andlcus Is on
the Democratic program. llcsluYs tlio
candidates for Delegate, oory county
and legislative nomlnco will bo prcs-i
ent and every one is due for 'i short
talk unless tlmo interferes.
Tlio air aboit tlio two rival head
fiuurtcrs Is BlRiilllcunt Tlic lleputill
cuns nro biistlltiR and enthusiastic unci
success sctlua In BlRht o cry whore.
Tlio ltcpubllutn managers dp nut con
cede tlio Democrats u slngl noinlir
of tlio legislature, und Kuhlo Is
looked Uiou as salu by a big major- j
ity. 'At tlio samo tlmo tlioio Is no
ovrrconlldoncu. IJvery precinct Is I
splendidly organised and the v.crkers
will be out with carriages ami autos
to hunt up (aRgard voters und tuku
them to tlio polls,
The Domocnitle headquarters also
issues announcements of conlldcncc,
but McCaiidloss today was working
with might and main trying to get a
hold on tlio local situation, which Is
entirely beyond him Tlio county
tlckot will probably poll n much larg
er vote than McOundlcas Whereas
HAWAII PAYS LAST
Hawaii nfflrlallv inniii lied Ha-
ivnii' H,i M,.ini.H. wiinii mill-
tary. church, state, civil ami borlal deep-toniMt chants of sttrplliud choir,' (Ab.-.-Imi1 I'r.ss fable)
organDatlntis united In n splendid the ox-dovcrnor wmb lalJ at rest Rx PUANCISCO, Nov. 7. - Tho
tribute to' former (Itivernor A. B. heslilo tho colllns of his wlfo and ortlullil, 0., team of tlio Coast
Clcglmrn Hint onilcd whon tho rasket daughter, tho I'llncess Llkollko niul i.p.iguo, by winning Its gamo todny,
henrliis the remains or tho bolnved tho I'rliicesw Kiilulaiil. The cero- CK., tlio Coast baseball thiiinploii
.citizen' was placed In tho crypt ro- monies weio simple, hut their tin- ,lp. The season bus hecnnio olio of
Mirved for It at tho royal mausoleum, picsshenen wus only lieighteued by u,c ( spoctncular and hurdest
Dlgnlfl'd und linprcsslva as weio tlio that blni'.llelty. fought In tho unnals of tho gamo.
funeral Rcrvl-'cs for the ox Oovom- ruder tlio olllclitl nuuplres of tlio
or. thu striking thing displayed )es- Ten limy f Ilnwnll, tho bervleeb Minus it iiialit top mast, tho Amu
tciday Wiih tlio iiiiIvin:iI uu row over weto conilucted both ut St. Andrew's rlcan baikentlno S. C Alcett Is io-
thu death and the unlvoibal deslio
to iimiiire.it that sorrow In flttlnR
With the solemn nnmn of tlm fu-
hoi ul lumen, tho sttttoly tread of
.1 . .r
DELEGATE KALANIANAOLE "I am confident that I will be returned,
to Congress again as delegate by tlio people of Hawaii. I feci that thcyj
have confidence In me, that my record Is clear, and that they will not,
be misled by nutlcloua attacks on my work In Congress or my pctsonal
character. I think that every Island will stand by me and see that the
enemies of the Territory are beaten."
--A'. L, C. ATKINSON, Chairman of the Ecpubl csn Territorial Central
Committee "JJie.sltuatlon today, Is moro ,encoujjflng,Joiv.cjean-JUpubll,
can vlclory than I have seen It during the entire campaign, ttt has been a
cimpalgn not of bosses, but ofpart workers. The movement for a
straight ticket has come from every comes. I look fer a great Republican
victory all over the Territory. Kuhlo will pet a larger vote this time than
he did. two years ago. Locally the Republican majority will b; between
CCO and 1 CCO, and Kuhlo will run, at lent even with the ticket. It Ic to be
a victory In every department, and a complete vlnd catlcn of the Republi
can party's record."
WILLIAiyi HENRY, Chairman Joint Ccmmlttee Tcurth and Fifth Dis
tricts. ".Kuhlo looks to me like he will he given a majority of 1.2CO on this
Island, and the whole ticket will run welt. I expect every man to be elec
ted by at least 300 mijorlty. Some will go well over CCO, tome under. Dob
Shingle Is good for 503 over Trent."
W. C. ACHI, Executive Fifth District. "The Fifth District wilt poll be
tween 1,753 and 2,000 Republican votes, and the general ticket will get 500
majority. Cox will be given. 300 majority over Jarrett for Sheriff In the
Fifth. It looks to me like a Republican victory all over the Island."
JOHN WISE, Executive, Fourth District "The Republican ticket Is safe
today. The voters know what they w.-nt to do, and will do It In spite of the
Doss' promises. The Fourth District will come to the front and do Its duty
for Kuhlo and the best ticket the party has ever put In the field. The
whole Island Is Republican."
L. L. McCANDLESS, Candidate for Delegate to Congress. "I will be
elected by a big majority all over the Islands. I will carry every Island except
Krual and there I will get a big vote. On Oahu my vote will be much
bigger than anybody expects. I'll w'n this election sure."
COL. C. J. MCCARTHY, Campaign Manager Oahu dounty. "I can't see
anything to It but a Democratic victory. The whole ticket will be elec
ted. I think that the size, of the vote will be a surprise. I look for a
Democratic victory generally over the Islands. On Kaua we will run heav.
ler than is expected, though I have not paid much attention to the cam
paign outside of the County."
Kuhlo Is oxpected to run een with
hlH ticket oerywhoro und In many
cubes to rim ahead of It, tho wlso pol
iticians ilRiiro that McCtmdless will
not run within '.'UO votes of IiIb ticket
In Ouhii county
IIiism ('omits on OiiMiIk .Support,
McCundlcKs Is counting on heavy
majorities fioni Maul mid ilnwnll. Ho
declares that ho will carry West llu
(Continued on Psro G)
AT HIS FUNERAL
fculdlors 111 profCbilounl, with tlio fra-
trance of Hawaii's llowi'ix ami tlio
cathediul niul tit tlm tomb with
sometliliiRilIko tnartlal spvcrlty. Tho
enskot ronlnllilliK the toniallis tenelu
ed tlio ratlicdml at 2 o'clncl: fiuin
(Continued on Face 8.)
V ' V -..l ) ' ' '-. . . , ' ' l.l ?..., ! ,. .!' ."....,. tj,-..ltJfci '. .,.- v.
Kleetlon returns will bo tils-
pliijed In flout of tho Hull u-
1 1 n otllcu ua usual on election
fr ArriinKenietiti hii)ro boon mado
by tho Hut latin for full ro-
turn'! from tlio mainland olec-
't tloiiH as well as the local rnsults,
and during tho waits moving pic-
tures will bo shown on thu
Hcrecn by Kddlo I'urminduz.
Tlio Ilultotln election re-
turns uro noted for being ahead
of all othcrn and accurate, and
the people may rest asaured of !
prompt scrlco this year.
IN COAST BASEBALL
IKiited by cnblo today us Inning ur-
rived nt Tort IlriiKK The msso sail
ed finiii Iloitnliilu on Ocluher IRth nf
r lmlii dlsehaigci n slilpmeiit of
, liinibct consigned to Allen and Holiln
'' SUNNY JIM " MARRIES
BACHELOR NO LONGER
James S McCandless Ih married
This Interesting iiowb cnnio to "bu:
cablo this intuiting, and tin "no is ci
hae been report 9 ut wirlnus times t
rlcil but each tlmo ho lias fooled th
which with all his good nature ho u
wedding took placu today In Tucon
Tho liajipv lirhlo and tsrooin will
and tlio dear pcoplo will unilrrst.i'ii1
hulldlng u ten tlioiisaiid lollar horn
LABOR AGENT IS
AT WORK IN
It. D. MoatI, director of thu Ua
wnllnu Sugar I'lantors' A.wiclatlon
labor bureau, mis arrived in tlio uccuro n review of tbo (nso or, at
I'lilllppllies and is busy iiow looking l att,- it lepilovo until it (Uti bo def
over the Islands to orKnnlzo thB work Inltel) cjitabllshcil wlieilier or not
of BccuriiiK Immigrants, according to
rcKirts he lias bout in tlio planters'
ushocliilion. Jir. fliean rcporieu to
tlio nssoi latloii In a communication ENGINEERS OF MANY
nrrlvlng Inst Saturday on tho Nip- RflAnS MAY STRIKF
pon Mam, and nlni w10to a latter!, MUrtUb IVIAI binmt
to W II Hiihhttt, asslbttt.it illn'ctor
of tlio bureau. '
Tho renoits wcro matlu tlin day
lifter Mr. Mead rearljcd Muiill.'i,' the tcsiilt of a t.'rlku vnto that is Ui Now Yoik; tho Keystone and tlm
which was on October 11, u that ho ho till eu among the ctiglneers. At-! Industrial Party each havp a ticket
had no rhatiru tn report much pro); tempU ut iirbi'iatlug their grlovances In I'cnnsjlMinla', The People's Indo
luMt iloweer, the iltwp(rlH nro IlivIiir railed, tip eiiglnccis will , pendent (Piipiilisl) ha ono In No
good for a loiitlniiaiiev of Plllnliiu voto on tho ipichtlon t.f strlklftR, ami hrnskn, and tlm American Party
Immigration and tin incicaso l:i limn-
Mead went ftom Hongkong to Ma
nlla by tho North German Lloyd
steamer Ctibletu mid two dit)K out
from Hongkong tltu cnifi) tenuglit
lire. Tlm bltuatlon wim very grave
for nwtillo hut, though frightened,
pai-soiigers and ciow fought back tho
llames and llnalh oxtlimulsheil lliem.
Mr. Mead Will go from Manila Io
the southern Islands, ills work has
Just commenced, In fart. Tho luhorj
bureau cxpc.ts a few Plllnlmm by
tlio hteatnei Slbeilii uoxt, Pilduv. and
tho name steamer that lirought word
fioni Moail ulro brought ninety ono
Flllpluort for tho platitatliiUH.
SAN PHANC'ISrO. Nov. 7.
Iloets: S8 itii.ilsls, Ss. lid.; purity,
U.SOe. Piclous quotntlun, Os,
i lini i 1 tuo.i mid friends by
'a'" i th uwiic of thu lady. There
'ir pHi Hi it ' Jim" was tn lio nnr
i .1 this wai. 1 1 no of tho mmters
iii.iii'tl 'n ill t'do f'ir himself. 'I ho
' tl i clp "U"i.ibly ' Ta
'urn in ih rlt by thu Wlllio'i i!m
vhy 't i as Hut' Hinny .llni liar, acci
i at K il.nu.l lliv w 'I liuvi ti area',
DR. CRIPPEN GETS
TWO WEEKS' DELAY
(ArtHiiclatul lrci taltr )
LONDON, Kin;.. NoV. 7. - Dr.
Ilawlf) Clipped, the Atncilcin den
tlvt, will not bo hung until Nuviu
bur 23, It was uuiumii cd todaj
liiat a ligal miulrciiielit ilecessl
lutes a dcla.v after the denial of
.cji nppeiil l'i tlio titeaiitimn thu
most heroic ctfotls will be liiitdo by
Aif.iTleans IcJ h l)n Mini) an anil
,j Crlppcn'R friends In UiirIuiiiI to
C'rlnneu'H ).ifo, llelle Uliutiru, Is;
iuall ulho In America
f,wNtii.ii i'mui .iMm
7 - Sixty two rnll-
1'i.idi limy be tied up tomorrow as
It !i licllcveil Hut tlio (ito will bo
1 In tho affirmative
GERMAN STEAMER IS
WRECKED ON ROCKS
fAsbiMl.il d I'roaH tiihl.
DOVIlll. ling. Nov 7 -'I ho rw
inan steamer P"tt:""t Is mi tho
rocks nt South V'olol.uid mid Is proh-
.ably u total loss. Ni llp hao been
30,000 COAL MINERS
Rn nii-r riM
RD nilT OM fiTRIKF
uu uut u.m oinirc
1 mi.iIii I'n hh i" ihh
StHTIl WAIIIS Nov. "-.An Im-
iiiuiibu utilko of (oal workeis Is to-' Socialists havo tickets In Alabania,
puilej all tlnoitgli this region. It California, Colorado, Connecticut,
Is estimated that SO.dflO hnvn gotio Didnaie, Khirld.i, Idaho, Illinois,
qitt, on account of lefusal to grant Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachtt
t'ilr demands us to hours and setts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
Wages. I Montana, Nebraska, Novudtt, New
National Parties At Sea
Predictions On U. S.
(Bridal Hii I let In Cable)
WASMl.NU 1U.N, O. C, .Nov. J.
No off cur elections for )ciuu havo
attracted tln widespread Interest
that in taken in tlio result.) of State
and CoiiRicsslounl clectlunu to b
The icpotls made to President Taft
by members of his calilm t who have
been campaigning Indicate u general
ltcpulillcun l tnry. I
In tlic (Statu of California, thu bet-
ting Is even that Jolinion, tlio Ho-
iMihliiau candldntc. will bo clcclo'l
Got cf nor and carry tho whole ticket
rinse cim'tits uro oxpected In I
many of tho Congressional districts, 1
and the force isicrs nic ut a a In
WRROW IS ELECTION DAY
FOR MANY STATES OF HON
(AiMocluh'd t'ress Cable.) i Hampshire, New Jerso), Now York,
CHI MHO, Nov. 7. Kleotlon al, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Orc
Hlalo . .llccif. JuilRes of tho Suprcini). Ron, Pcnnsjhaitla, Ilhotlo Island.
coii Jlliuml ciiiimltsloucrs, otc.'.'soiitli Dakota, Tantieme, Tcxai.
il. held In 3s States on Tuesday; Utah, Wiislilugtoii, Wisconsin and
Nocinbcr S. Milne, Vciuiout, Ar. Wjoinlng. ' '
kamuu and neorRla have hold their,
State eleellonc, but the two
stall's will liiiutii rw ftfi-t ItiMirpKPii.'
tuthrs in Consros. Mar) laud, Mis,
tlrslppl, Virginia and West Virginia,
llkowltc, will eupct CoiiRiessnion,
Maine and Vcrmtint havo already
. ,.MW, ,,, m.U,
fhcscii their Congussuleu and State
..in ... i.. oo .? .i a.... , ..
om cms. In 28 of tlio Stutos, (lov-
rinr.K lili.l roll Ktiiln II.Lnt. r ml"'" '" """"" " ' v,.cft
lie elected, In 9 others, Justices of
tlin Supirino Court und minor 'olll
clals are tohe chovu, while lir In
diana 8lnte ofllcers, except GoVemor,
will bo elected.
A number of the States will elect
members of tho Legtslatuio. The
terms of in United States Senators
oxplre March a, 1911. Tlio Lcglslu
tuirs of Alabama, .Maryland und Ver
mont have elcnted their Senator.
Tho sixty-second Caiigrcrs will bo
South Carolina and Louisiana have
rach bin one ticket tho Demo
cratic. Tho Prohibition party has tickets
nil zu binics, tno so:iullsts in .it, tim
SnclalUt Labor In S. The liidepcnd-
i-n 0 Lcukiio has a full Stale tlckot
(antl-Morinon) pno In Utah,
The number of tickets in tho vari
ous KtatcB Is; 1, South Carolina
niul Louisiana; 2, l'lorlda, Kentucky
" Ntih cr.iiiinS 3. w-ho. n.
.vndii, Washington and Wjomlng; ,
Alnhama, Callfotnla, Colorado, Con
nrctlcitt, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa,
lanras, Montana, New Hampshire,
Now Jersey, North Dakota, Okla
homa, Oregon, Hliodo Island, South
Dakota, Telinerwo and Wisconsin;
r.. Illliio's, MatsiclnmettB, Michigan,
Mlnnctotu, Missouri, Nebraska, New
UamiiMiIre, Now Jersey, New York,
)h( 0klnlium:ii 0rcKOIli ionluiy.
vanla, Hliodo Inland, South Dakota
Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.
nun p:.i co on account of the tin-
Known lliuurnrc oi iirpiiuncaii in- ft
rurRcnry, which IL compll atlng the'
The Democrats uro ' cIhIiuIijk all
the doubtful Stales. The) claim
Now York liy It.U.nOo. Tlio ltcpubll-
cms declare they will elect Hllinsoii ,
Governor; by llu.OQO. The hcjtlns
In Wall Street la thrco to one in
favor (if thu Deinociatlc candidal',
Tho rhanrea for the Governorship
'It New .lorw nie In favor of Wood-
ni'V Wllaoiiftlte- illemncratl,' caurtl-
tlntc it " T .tj
Ohio, thdlann and MassschtisetU
nro claimed by the managcra nfMptfl,M
parties. ' .' M
- i y
Tll0 u ,,., ,,,)0r ,,irtv has tick
.u I., ntltiiila MiiuinrhiiKrltii Mlrtit.t
... . ... , -,f. .-- '
gan, .Minnesota, MlrMiurl, Now York.
Ohio and Texas. ' '
Numerous proposed constitutional
ameiidmbnts mid tiucstlnns of various
.,., .. ... ,. .., ,,..., , ..,,
"' ,i c. . ,. .
" '"" StMtos. l'roh b tlon s an lo-
. , ., ,,, ., ,
and In those States proposed amend
ments to the constitution prohibiting
tlt manufacture and salo of Intoxi
cating liquors will be voted upon. In
Texas, the Incoming Legislature will
Ktibmlt to the nters, for approval or
rejection, n constitutional amend
ment providing for prohlbltloul
Oklahoma will voto Incidentally on
a proposnd constitutional amendment?'
MitiMtltutlng lornl option for tho pros?
cut sjstcm of Stnto.wlda prohibition
Three Stntcs. Oklahoma, Soulfr.
Dakota ami Wnjihlngton, will vot?
directly on tho quotUon of granlln?
furringo to women, while In Oregon'
a proposed amendment to tho cotiitl-
- ""'"'"" 'St
K-" ' ". 1" "" "' sunraKe.-
The largest number of quc3tloni
to bo voted upon In any one State I
In Oregon. Thcru 32 initiative ami
referendum measures will ho upon
tho li.illnt for approval or rcjctlon.
Intjlnilnl In this number, besides thi
propose I nitfrrago and prohibition
amomlmeiits to tho constitution, lsn
bill, proposed by .Injtlatlve petltloni
amending the Oregon primary 'law,
and extending Its provUlnni to Pro"j
Idciitinl numlnntloiis, allowtur, vot-
era tn dpslgato their -fliolce for Pres
ident and Vlro-Presldejt; iirovldlnk
for direct nomination of paity ci'n
illdHtos for Presidential electors; for
elcrtlon by .Hy voterB of delegates
Io their party nutlonal nominating
'Continued nn Pane 3
DOWN IN HONDURAS '
(Anox'latril Press Calitp.)
Ni:W OltLKANS. lM Nov. l.-yljl
The Vnlladurls robeillon in Hoiidu-il
has Is spreading rapidly, Tho loyalwj
troop nro now reported as dlwit-jj