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MOST SPECTACULAR FEATURE
OF LAST NIGHT OF CAMPAIGN
Itcpulillcan enthusiasm swept every- Democratic! Parade Straggles,
tiling define It lust night n a stir- Fifteen tnlmit.s Inter, the Demo
i lug finish, to A whirlwind lanipaign.i crntlc ntirmle reached tdo grounds.
The (nnipalgn dosed in a delirious
na re of red light, n dooming of can- Democrats manned once nround the
non crackers, the blowing of nun- ground and then Milxliled. The
dreds of toy liorna, the dime of llourdon platform, whkh was built
itoninn candles, the swing of march-! for the occasion, stood on the mnukn
Ing thousands In one long proces-l fde of AalnJPark and was In semi
t Ion and, finally, the greatest rally dnrknoss,
ever held in Honolulu. It wns tho llnlf-wny between tho two rival
bjggct political display the Tcrrl- stands, the Home Itulcrs hnd set up
toryjhjis "or Bccn aI111 Ilepubllcan Hulf- platform. If they Inckcd In
lemurs iuuk un u u auguring uu-
cfsiv'o Victory nt the polls today
The parade that closed the two
months' cnmpulgn was the most spec
tacular Honolulu tias cer seen. It
was rendered the moro plctiirosquo
by the rivalry of the Democratic or
ganltnlinu, which aim paruiled en
niacsc, n ud what started out as a pro.
os-don on the part of the llourbons
developed Into n race to get to Aala
Park beforn the O. O. P. marchers.
Hut the Ilepubllcans got there first,
and wcro seated In the stand and
down In tho audience before the
Democrats readied the grounds.
Colonel Jones, under whose dlrcc
Hon tho Republican parndc was or-
Banned, made good In a remarkable
mannei'. Not only was the parade
splendidly organized at the Capitol
grounds, with every section In line
nt tdo rlnlit nlncp nii.l nt the rlirht
time, but It mmed down to the rally-
Ing grounds with mlllturj precision
No cetlmato of tho number In lino
wns made, hut it ran into the thou
sands. Much credit Is due to II. M.
ton Holt and Charles Hall, Colonel
Band Is Busy.
Headed by tho Concordlu band,
playing murtlal music, tho dig pa-
ratio Bturtcd forward from the Capi
tol grounds, straightened out on
King street and wltli'un nccompanl-jv.
mint of burn-blow Ing and craikpr -
popping marched to Anlu Turk, lie -
hind tho band a detachment of cow-1
bos, boosting for IJbon Low, rodo
their hones like Centaurs, tho most
pliturcsquo part of all last night's
Then cunio u remarkable political
display from tho big business houses
of the Territory. Their employes
marched under almost a bolld can
opy of transparencies, every olio call
ing on the oters to cast their bal
lots for a straight Ilepubllcan tlqket.
Ono after another) the big houses
wcro in lino C. Ilrewcr & Co., E.
O. Hall Son, Henry Waterhouse
Trust Co, Honolulu Iron Works,
llenson, Smith & Co.; Castle &
Cooke, Hnckfeld & Co., Allen & Hob.
luson, 1 A. Scluiefer & Co , and
scores more. There were such trans
parencies as theso; "Protection 'and
Progress do Hand In Hand," "Oood
Iloads, Good Schools and Happy
Homes," "Kuhjg Hbb Mndo 'Oood,"
and ono of tho most significant wus
from McCabo, Hamilton & Ilonny,
tho stevedoring Ann, which read,
"Poolns Moro Sugar, Moro Work."
It was without doubt the biggest
indorsement any Republican udmln
'strutlon or any Ilepubllcan ticket In
the Islands has ever received, breath
ing as it did the spirit of highest
praise for the Ilepubllcun nomlncos
In this campaign.
Precinct clubs turned out in force,
and every candidate had his stand,
urd dearer In line, and, altogether,
with the dlazlng of torches, thn sud
den burst of fireworks and the glow
of tho Illuminated banners, tho pa
rade was beautiful and spirited.
Mcanwhllo tho Democratic purado
had been formed nt Atkttibon Siiunre, I
and also started Its march to Aala
Park. The tyo big processions
clashed ut King street and Alukca.
Tho Ilepubllcan parade was going
down King, mo uomocrais coining
up Alakeu, and Just before tho head
of the Democratic column reached
King Btrcet, tho Ilepubllcans swung
Democrat Cut Oil.
Tho Democrats woro cut off stull-
ed huid und fust, and there thoy.
KiSi while the rlieerlnir Uenublicaiis1
marched past In closo urruy. Then
tho Domowits took up their march
to Hotel street and went down Hotel
to Aula Park. Jack Kalaklela. whoso
presence on the Democratic ticket Is
rear.led nx nn Insult bv many of
tho sturdier Ilourbons, was nllowedl
i I.,-. thn ,.rnvi,in nmi Mntnr
Fern and Iloss McCandlcss wcro side
by sldo near the heud of tho column,
Purk shortly uftnr
7:30 o'clock. The
speakers were already gathering on
i.io nug-urup-ii piuv.u.m, u,. .-
,B , i..u.. ......h wu.u ".-
grouiius wan iiio i.u i .......,-
ing time to tho tread of feet, the
uiouBiuiiis gaiuereii uruui.u iu. u..-
biami cnecrcu mig.mi. uiu u,
bos' Using column dushed In n wide
ImlfH-lrclo mound tho crowd and the
tnrtU nnd baiiiifr-earrlers halted
Tlicn the procession broke up nnd
tho meeting started
HONOLULU, T II, TUESDAY, NOV.
'disorderly and full of straggles. The
unmoors, mej did not luck in en
The Home Uulers last night gave
open and unqualified Indorsement to
many of the Itepudllcnn candidates.
Kcry Itcpulillcan that was .Indorsed
either at tho Homo flute convention'
or at the sessions of the county com
mitten aftcrwnril was given another
Indorsement beforo the voters st
Ahla Park last night. William Kot
)reslderi. and nmoiig tho speakers
wcro d. Knlauokalanl 8r Illlly
Mossmali, Ulll White and K. Kpif
I nUU-flNUO UAInn
AJ Q. 0. P. PLATFORM
'. von Holt presided at Iho big
Ilepubllcan tally. Tho stand wus a
ha ' color. "' "US9 many na
tlons draping uei dare spot. Over
tho center In front hung a big por
trait of Delegate Kublo, while por
traits of other candidates woro bung
uround tho wirtls. Candidates, sitcak
ers and prominent citizens occupied
places of honor In tho stand. Dee
orated with lels, they wcro given
cheer after cheer by tho solid mussct
of otcrs In front. Tho singers were
also heavily decorated.
II. M. rori Holt Introduced the Hon
O, Smith-, as the first speaker of
.thu evening.) Mr. Bmlth wtnt drlcfb
! Into the history of the Ilepubllcan
party, siioko on present Issues, do-
clarcd that the Ilepubllcan candidate
tlcsena clcctiou and closed with a
plciuufor straight ticket otlng. He
was followed by Charles F. Chilling,
worth, senatorial candidate; A. bowls,
Jr., Cecil Drown, candidate for the
senate; lC."Pxon Dlshop, Delegate
Kuhlo, Her. 8tophcit Dosha, George
A. DuvlHUohn C. f.anc, candidate for
mayor' A. F. Judd, candidate for sen
ntor; A.'L. Castle, candlduto for su
pervisor: II. W. Shtnclo. for treasur
er; Andrew Cox for sheriff and(most
of tho other candblatos. The meeting
adjourned at n Jalo hour, but jhc
Homo Rulbrs and' Democrats ,wero
sun 111 I
Kuhlo's Speech Strong.
Delegate Kuhlo's sneoch. wns
strong ono. Hajdldiiot ma'ko any
excuses, but his rcrcreucca to his rec'
ord at Washington were clean-cut ex
planatlons Ho showed that McCand
less Is trying to lead thn voters an
tray, and clo-icd ono of tho LcbI
speeches of tho campaign with n vlg
ornus appeal to right thinking voters
On tho stngo were: Chairman Hap
ry ion Holt, Prlnco Kalanlnnaole,
Hon. W. O. Smith, Itov. Stephen Do
sha, Robert W Shingle, Andrew Cox,
A Lewis, Jr., William Williamson. AI.
fred Castle, Tony Marcalllno, Cecil
Drown. James Illckncll, John Kama
noutii, C. O. Ilallentyne, Alapakl Judd,
M. C. Amuna, Ed. Towso, John C.
Lane, Ocorgo A. Davis. W C, Achl,
E. A. Douthttt, D. von Damm, Dan
Logan, Ella Iing, Norman Watklns,
Jack I.uccs, 8ylvester Corrcn, W. 81
mcrson. Sum Dwlght. Chas. Arnold,
Captain Camara, Governor Frcnr,
IJcrt Petrlo. IJarry Murray, Charles
Chllllngworth, Faxon Dlshop, John
wl. A. Fernandez, D. P. Hnnalel,
- Kalaiiokalunl, Jr., John Fernandez.
""- "" ' """
Denouncement, hitter and domu
goglc, for tho Industry that has
brought wealth and prosperity to the
people of Hawaii was tho keynote of
the Democratic rally last night In
Anla Park. Freed of tho restraint
hut has characterized a few of tho
Democratic candidates they all follow,
on mo juruiiniiirss icad anil sailed
I"'0 'ho Republican platform and
prosperous Hawaii and attacked tho
mcn behind It. . '
McCandlcss again hint denounced
mcnt nnd nltucfc for all who have
opposed his running npenional bossy
'" """ "s nuoinni o snoan, inio
I Wnshlngton by u deception of the
I Thero wnn red fire and cheers Itor
(o hmmn roun(atto1.
the Democrntlc siieakcrs as thoy ,riro-
Btono of ,,. I)rosPr,y nIlll ft
nnn HB1 ,n ,.lPV(, ,hcr rPPlnrkl, p1
(,() evH ,,,, nRV(, foOWC( ,hp
dovplo)nicnt , Huwu ag 8Ugar
-h1 r,mlrinnn nf ,, All, ,,nrk
. w ,, ., w.i.Iin hn in.,w.
rrntR Kntll(1,,)K nl)1)0S,. ,, nepnlill.
rn1 trotlf, ,)pfo tll0. Knni, ,,,
nin, waB ,),,, nrsi dpenker for the
Democrats and pioceedcd with a fla-
around the fact that every
man appreciates quality,
whether it be in a suit of
clothes, a newspaper, or a
we have the utmost qual
ity in both fabrics and
. i .''' t, t.
Ing of the siigar-loduatry, and tho' ito;
imbllcan nilmlnlatrailoh. ' -
I'ctrte, ItlvcnbdrRh. Like and Ttir.
'rill repcutcd thO 'McCundless' verbi
age with vaolng Inflection. All woro
sure of election nn'd expressed confl
denco that the McCandlcss program
had fonnd,afaor from the people. It
was a wcarlsomo exhibition nnd only
remarkablo In tho uppcarnnco of citi
zens of tho Territory demanding the
overthrow of tho Industry and tho men
who havo brought Hawaii to the front
McCandless had the last word, with
tho exception of tho husky exhorta
tions from a few camp followers, and
ho Indulged In a characteristic Mc
Candless' windmill speech. The. breeze
wns tncro and tlio hibiscus llko race
of the doss glowed with feeling and
the 'weight of emotion when ho
launched Into his nssnult upon Repub
Tho crowd dwindled nnd finally
disappeared after McCandlcss left tho
KUHI0 CASTS HIS
VOTE IN MORNING
Delcgato Kuhlo votod early this
morning at his precinct, tho Second
of tho Fourth, nt Wnlkllk, and then
came downtown to Ilepubllcan heud
quarters In the Stungenwald build
ing to get a lino on the progress of
tho election. He was well satisfied
with whathe heard and declares
himself confident of the result. Ku
hlo then made the rounds of some
of the pretincts by( automobile aud
was hi army received everywncre.
HOME RULE LEADER
IS ON BIG ISLAND
Charles K. Notlcy, candidate for
Delcgato to Congress and lcador of
the Homo flulo party, is not In Hono
lulu on election day, (Notlcy docs his
voting at Hamakua, on tho Island of
Hawaii, precinct of Paaullo, and ho Is
up thero today,
Vntlev nvliertft tn set A die votA nn
)he big' standi but It Is no secrot thai;
he iias.lvcn ui hopes, of, carrying
many procjnets elsewhero., BtlJ) 'ho Is
Vorklng,hnrd and (altnfulfy and y
l. ..III .nll' .. I..na mtm Im t. I n . t.
IIW !! Vl4 l 'Uiu who "mil
In the-laat 'electMt.-i t"-5. t
SALOONS AR CLOSED'' K
. UNTIL FIVE O'CLOCK
Election day throughout the city
gives promise of being quite order-
1). Few cases of drunkeuness wcro
reported b) those who mude tho
rounds of the Fourtn ana film uis-1K,n In this precinct opened at 8
trlcts. ' ' o'clock
Much nf tho orderly progress of, h Wns illwnered nt th' outset Uia(
the election Is duo to the fnct that then, had been an unintentional, vp
the liquor men agreed not tq openiaton of tho election laws n nujnlwr
this mornlnskbcfore tho' doMb oncn -
cd. The law prescribes that the ta-
loons shall ho closed during election
nours-rirom $ to ii ociock out iiie.ing oooiu insicau ui uuu iiuuuivu ivu
liquor dealers voluntarily decided
not to open their places at nil until
after tho polls aro closed. This ac
tion was quite general.
IN BOTH DISTRICTS
1 W'alalno nnd Kapahulu roads.
2 King and Punahou.
3 Punahou and Wilder nvcnuo
t Kccaumokii und Wilder avenue.
G Thomas Square.
C South upd Kuwalahao.
7 Kapuiwa building.
8 -Emma Square.
9 Fort and Dorctanln.
10 Nuuanu and Hates streets,
11 Wuimanulo schoolhousc.
1 Koolaupoko courthouse.
2 Walaholo school.
3 Yin Sit clubhoiisn.
4 Restaurant ut 11. II, station, Ka
huku. C Wululuu (uuthouse.
G Walanao (ourthouse,
7 Ewn Pavilion,
8 Ewa courthouse
9 K.illhl puiuplng station.
10 Kallhl-waoun school.
11 Knlulanl school.
12 Ltllhn and School' Btrcots,
1.1 Kunklnl nnd ffuuuhii, '
14 Vineyard and rftiuanu. V
10 Aala Park.
18 Watertown. ', -.
17 Wahlawa. " T
(Continued from Face 1.)
triumph ot tho "Insurgent" Iu tho lie
At 10;4G 120 ballots had beon cast
and tho voting continued without In
tcrruption during tho entlro morning
Fourth Precinct Keeaumoku and
Then' wiib h big githerlng of voters
representative of thn business and
' irofCBislomil life of Honolulu when the
.of sanuilo ballots both for the Ile-i
publican und Democrats, having been .
placed on a chair adjoining the pollj
away, as prescribed. Tho neccssar'i
change was ordered and rrcd Turrlllf
gathered up his bundle of McCandlessT
tracts and moved across tho streets
where ho admitted "that thero Is no-j
thing doing for us In this precinct.';
Straight ticket sintlmcnt wiMrC?
dominant here and so plain tli&t thoj
Democratic watchers' adtnlsslou can'J
be accepted us final
At 10. to 14: 0tc3 had been cast;
In this precinct.
Fifth preelnet Thomas Square.
"Wo nro sure to wln out here, was
tho statement, of John (jiiltd in this'
precinct. One hundred and twenty
soven votes had been cast ut 11
II. 11. Tren. Democratic candidate
for treasury was on hand durllig thn
entire morning nud wns electioneering
to the best of his ability. Trent did
not Icavn until after noon but accord
Ing to thoso famlllnr with th0scntl
mcnt of tho precinct as expressed at
tho polls Shingle Is a Hiiro winner.
Tho Noting strength ot this precinct
Is 310 and It Is expected that,Jjcfore
Ihu polls closo tho great majority ot
tlioio registered will hao cast, their
In this precinct some difficulty was
encountered because of the placing of
tho nunio of Kulciopu, tho Ilepubllcan
candidate for short term senator, at
tho bottom of tho ballot. A tow
tho Miters after toting found that
they hud inado n in Intake and after,!
this euro was tukon tho Ilepubllcan
watchers tu explain tho iiosltlon nnd
marking for tho their senatorial short
Sixth Precinct South r.id Kawalatiao
A henty voto wus being enst during
tho morning In this precinct and na
far ns Indications wont tho liepubll
can candidates wcro holding their own
with tho opKmltlon It was Btated
that Lnno was shonlng a grcator do
gne of streng'h than was antlfclpated
mil that tho roimt will show .dim to
hno benlcn Fern decisively in thbj
Important precinct. Kr.hlo sentiment
Is strong und thero Is little doubt as
to this precinct's selection fur tho dot
Seventh Precinct Queen Street.
Voting wus heavy In llls precinct '
and tho ilepubllcan strength was!
clearly evident, Ouno hundred; and 4
eighty-four ballots hnd been cast be-
fofo noon and tho Ilepubllcan watchyl
era uecmretl mat they were confident '
that tho precinct would go for lit?
tlckjjViOn tho basis of tho thawing'
Elnhth Precinct Emma Saure:
JTho voters was quick to line up In
tho eighth nnd there wn much euthu-j
slnsni manifested bs the crowd! tint-
I gathered adout jhu ixilllng plnco when
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