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VY BEATS ARMY IN ANNUAL FOOTBALL GAME
By Field Goal
Navy Half-Back Scores Only
Points of Contest By
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 2(i Tliu speedy, aggressive cleeii
from the UiiIUmI States naval academy today triumphed uvor tliu nrmy
in tlio annual football contest, ami tho navy supporters streamed uut
over Franklin Held In tlio Into autumn twilight liluinpliant.
Playing better football throughout, tlio Middle won from tin)
West Pointers by tlio scoro of 3 to 0. AUIioiirIi tlio Annapolis oloen
was on tlio aggrcsslvo all through the game, It was only by a lucky kick
from placement that thoy wcro alilo to bcoro. On tlio army's thlrty
yaxl lino Half Hack D.iUun of tho navy team dropped back and kicked
a clean goal from tlio fluid, scoring tho only points of the hard fought
Tho most brilliant crowd of tha yeir raw tho game. Ilcsldcs tho
thousands of pcoplo massed In tho s andi, there wcro hundreds of nrmy
ami naval olllclals there, while son .tors, eongrcrsmen and diplomats
added to tho crowd. So Icty was out In lore c, and as In nlwayu tho
nine, tho victory of tho navy was ti popular one.
BUT ARE UNABLE TO BRING
OUT ANY PROOr OF FRAUD
Efforts on tho p.ut'ot bomu of tlio
Dctnocuilb to lilait a contosl over thu
I c(cut election liavo so far railed, and
after hearing tho testimony of u largo
number of excited uud enthusiastic
lloin lions, Col. (J. J. .McCarthy, tho
campaign manager has not Iiluii nble
to get any eWdmco ngaliist tho Ho
publican.) thai would uaiiaut him in
eai lying a contest Into court.
Just ,ua soon as It was announced
that thu Republicans would coulosi
tho mayoralty eloe'lun, a number of
Demueiats began trying to get up a
contest of their own, and talked of
pioto-illng tho election of a number
of Republican nominees, p.iillculaih
thu' of Hulioil V, Hhlnglo to tho troa
buioithlp, Aiouud thu Democratic
licadipmiterH nil kinds of chaiges of
Illegal methods m,od by Ilepublleaiu
wcro miido, mid the Domnciutt, lie
claied that mldonco of fraud could
bn easily Iniiiifht out to bubslaullalc
"If that Is tho cane." -said Col. Mc
Carthy, "Lei's get thoso charges and
iitiitomcnts Into affidavit foiiu anil go
at a contosl tight."
After a week of listening to tin
Democratic charges. Col. MrCiiilh
has been uutildo to II ml n single one
that could bo lediircd to nllblavlt
foim or that could foiiu thu basis of
a contest. Ho has foun lurtoail lint
the talk of fiaudulent i- l-ni. wu, 'i
matter of hearsay, ami oveiv one of
tho charges Unit ho has traced down
has proei without foundation or i')
tibial lliat'liu will pay no up tillou
JAPANESE FAMILY INCOME
IS LOWEST OF ALL RACES
Thnt Jap.inci.o laboiers will make,
futiiru and lepoalcd nttcmpls lo mv
ruio higher wages Is tlio concluslo.i
ileilured'by Dr. Victor H, Clink, o
thu lloatil ot Immigration, fi mil factsj
ami (Igutes ho has prepaied on the,
incomes ot Mtlluus nationalities In,
Tlio llguies weto secureil last spring
dining the "social survoy" In which
Iho Associated Charities nlded. They
go Into the sources of lovenuo and
cxpciiuc and tlio amounls uf each of
'Thole we o many t barges made.
but tho peo ! who in nlo ihem liavo
not pioilueeil (lie evidence." said tliu
colonel Hi', mulling mmowluil ills
gustcdlv. 'Tor iastume, fiom ono or
tho country pioclnds ciniu tho story
of twit i ii nun who hud been t l'.en
to tho pol's h Kcpubllcuni. It was
said tliuv weie not icglstcrcd, had
never vnled heroin, and that thoy ex
hlb'teil iiioii"y nfi"i wanln, slitting llril
It wai their ps incut for vo'ex
"Wo sol (me of tho old men to my
oilier. 'IIim, l round mil that ho had
lealsteied, that ho was half blind nnd
could not mi that account read or
wil'e, and Unit ho was practically
helpless. 'I lie aiisldiinco given him
by Iho Itepubllc'ins was Iheiefnro
pioier. Muicovcr. ho denied liming
leeelvcd any money to volo.
"Ho hapiieuoil to bo a f I lend or
Mnk Md'ainllers. nuil told I. Ink. who
'mm Lltmdlng neiiihy, that, ho did not
know lie waa p ("indld.ito for deb'
gate or he would have voted for him.
"In fact, no pi oof mi which I could
ii'iisnii idly base a contest has been
mo'itited. imrl vhlhi I inn sallsned
Unit M'cin wcro fiaudiiloiil tuetlioils
ii'iOil, tliu Ilemoeiatlo witnesses we
li'ire i mined liavo not been able to
iioiiiic(i iinj thing."
The "mil lions have nbmt decided to
diogi nil or their contest talk and
cniv "iilialo llmlr energies on bucking
the cnliti tt Klin toil bv tho Itepubll
ems Mnvoi Ktirii will piobablv om
ilov cnuuM'l to lepieaeiit him In tho
CaiiciHnn J.iimni to. C'hlneso juifl
I'diiugucse, and a comparison Is made
or iho llguns with similar llguies In
Iho I'nlti'il Slates and In norinany.
The iivpiime Incomo of the Japan
-so fundi) is noticeably lower than
thnt of iin oilier uitlinuulitv. It Is
nrailv two hundred dollais a yenr low
er than thnt of Iho next smallest, the
Chl'iose, and Iota 'hail half that of
Iho average Caucasian. Cotdlnntely.
tho sut plug fiom Iho avcrago Japan
(Continued on Tage 7.)
NEW JUDICIARY BUILDING
NEW LINER COMING FOR MATSONS
1 a ir a a tr 5? 'i ' it a
HONOLULAN TO BE IN FORT SOON
The steamship llo'iolulan, built for the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company and chartered to the Mahon Naviga
tion Company, is now on her way around the Horn from
New York and will come into this port aoout Ihc first of
the year. .... w.
Young Girls Die
In Factory Fire
Building In Newark, N. J.,
XRWAKi: :: I. Nov. 2(1 -Tw lit. elr' I p-u ii'-, mc"! it whom
n c iii'r ghl . ''l,lcd today I i i !l e " when il('5ltied a
fm to, 1 1 e llih j .nine Injurid., mil mi ii n o a n I In sheer
The .criio va an iwful ono w ie,i Hie r,i.i(i shut In the unfur
tuimtc glrbi en evoij ado and Iho weie Imt ! I to doiih wllheiit u
eliunio fnr iciciie. A lingo rnwil s irrmilided the blazlug f.ntoiy. Thu
ll.inicM giilued headway so ipilckly Unit tho llio di'iiirtmcul oubl not
slop them. Thu property loss Is c insbleiab'e.
Great Voiing Contest
I'm Hie lll;:h tirade
Voting for Ihl i viiliiablo prlo
Is gelling licoiier ecry day.
Mini. Amanda Klslc llagluiid Is
still well In the lead Mrs Ilimy
Webster i iimo with it whirlwind
I Hub jeslmilay and Is now sec
ond. Just slightly ulii'iid of Miss
l.ydy Mulch, who baa paibcil
Miss Ke.ilu K'iiuI bv only "J 7
voles In fuel tho the leaders
to date have all cot u good
rlintirn 10 secure Iho plle MhiH
Kasclia Cladu is u new candi
date for whom a good iiiiiny
votes have been cast llil'i week.
Nexl wick Cluli.tiua.i shop
ping will begin in e.uni'Bt and
mhuy i ball,'" i into take place
I ('lore the ii'miiIIs me lutbllsbed
In noil H.ilni il.iv'n llulldln. It
Dow means a mullet' of working
lilliougst your ft lends to get
til el (' assistance.
They will lluil a beautiful hol
iday lino at Jordan's.
The following ale tlio tind
ers to date in I Ik- older named'
Hiss Amanda Elsie Hnglund,
Mrs, Harry Webster
Miss Lvdv Mulch,
Miss JCenlu Knai,
Miss Sascha QUdc
Miss Lizzie Giecu,
. nit olllelally in l,liu,l!i'!. Tills Is
Tho fortune hunter Is apt to lindnn Inciease of fceventeen per cent
un n DirmiDt ir v rio
I ",l-U ',l-' ""l-llMI0
Applicanls for County
Now on tho Anxious
l..Kc.ll llulli'tlli Cent npiilidi no1.)
llil.O, Noi. U Tlio llepiiblic.iu
loutily Coiiiiuilliu held a l.i'bei live
ly uesslou laiit Wcdiioiilii uvonlug,
Imt altuoiigh a lot or talking wuu
done, tliu iiieoiiug kibtlug Iroui 7:n
until in p in, hut very little real
wi.ik was luiumplWied Tho attend'
nine was Luge, larger than any
meeting of thu olgauizatluu has been
loi jiai:, put. and ielegjtu.i hud
ciiiiiu 1 1 om even tin most lemoto ills
lilcls lo atliud
I'arl .Smith ie'ii:cd that during his
iccetit visit In iloun ulu hu hud a
lonfoienci with (iuvursior I'rott, an I
lh.il tho fii.veiiior lii'd dcellii'iit to
uiiiku unv iippolutiiieut i on this I land
until unci toiiuly Cotunilileu had
A letter was io.il from tin tin,'
ci nor a allng that ho eonli'luplaled ic
appointing A Aiilono I'Yiuaudcz ns
Ku enlsor tiom ll'imakua dlsttlct,
uud he HibuiiXii'l that n.ilim to th
(Olniulltie It was derided by a mi
aniiuoiiH vole lo endorjo the soleC'
t'on of r-'iinndcj.
GOOD IN POPULATION
, , i vi(M'lul,a I'liitM (il,li'V
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20.---Tim
, oinil.iiliiii of OUI.ih .ma Is given
Sill C tho lllbt ICIISUS.
OUT BY MORAN :
IN ELEVENTH !
(Sl- cl.ll lllltlcllll Clllitr )
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20. Ow
en Moran, clinmpiion lightweight of;
England, today proved to Battling
Nelson that the former invincible
Sane cannot "come back." He
knocked out the Battler in the
eleventh round of a scheduled twenty-,
round fight. I
It was the Englishman's scrap
from start ,o finish. Although Ncl
son made a great and game fight, he
was outc'is'cd and his failure to
display his usual strength and abil-'
itv to take fearful punishment was
fid. He was floored five times in
the eleventh round by Moran's now
ciful right smashes to the jaw.
Only his indomitable spirit pre
vented him from taking the count on
the first knockdown. When he rose
to his feet, bleeding but unconqucr
cd, he was given a wonderful ova
tion from the 6000 spectators who
crowded Louis Blot's arena.
Ben Scl'g was the referee and as
the fight was dean, he had little to
do. Moran was a ten to eight fav
rrite from the start and it was early
apparent that he was the Dane's
mas'cr in everything except cour
age. 'JAPANESE TAKE
UP Y. M. C. A,
'I he Jap ii .( I'., toi u Dillon of Ho
nolii ii. mh a in .oi i-lnp ol about
tu ni, ha, i.i. i lie thu eoutioversv
Hut liu an. en over tlio admlttamu
ni .i.inim lo thu Y M. C. A., which
bet ant- a ji.ilillc (iieslloii wlien Kioto-j
Consul .Mou j iiaiuu was lepor ed oil
Weeitiy iinillugj are being liulil bj
tlio Jiip.iiidic pastors, and should final
acthu on thu put ol the association
ilcn Mr. Moil a iiultl.iacu, the, pastor.i
will uiuloiiblidl mako n ptotest. At
picLcu I bey have po.vtponed action lu
the hope, publicly expicsseil, that tho
icntluieul of Iho toiiiuiunlly will io
i tilt lu 'he V. M. C A welcoming Mr.
Moil into the Hold
Ituv. tienunruko Motokawu of the
.Iiipane.e Melhoillst i lunch and an In
lliicntlal member of tho pastors'
union, declared this morning that thu
Mori c.o.e hi ono of thu most Import
ant that tho community tins to con
sider. "Klnco Mr M Hi's name was unfav
orably i ni oiled on for admittance In
to Hip Y M (' A.. Ihn Jupaneso pas
tors liavo had lovoral nioetlngs," ho
talil this morning. "Wo bollovo that
tho lulliieulhil (lunch niou of Hono
lulu will filie Hie tmitlor up and usk
Unit Mr. Mori be admitted In mem
bership." It was learned this morning Unit
'ho InpimoM! p-islors legnrd Hcrretnry
1'iuil Super of tho Y. M. C. A, an Iho
'kb" irciclnr and do nut liollnvn
lit- "-itl-neiilK. ns liuliflslied In Iho
kIiimciI bv men of lu-
lliionce ' Honolulu's lullglous life
llM -in' li'ive been Hill Imsls for
coiiiiei '" coinment among tlio In
AT LABOR'S HEAD
-1 ., .1 -. w (-,1.1ft
ST 1,01'IS. Mo. Nov. 2fi. Samitol
(!nipe"t lias been io elected , to tho
pietldeirv of the American Keiloin
tlnu of Labor.
HN nt'N'PISCO. Nov. 2 -IteotK'
ss iiiiiIsIh, 'is IJil. I'arltv,
II.SU coiits. I'revlous (iiotatloii, '.Is,
- - -- - .
Br V m&
Dangerous Condition of Judici
ary Building Up To Next
A dc ennliied cftort Is to bo mailo
belli e tin ioiucii'ii,-, of tlu l!ll legls
l.iluie to liiing enough lulliii'iieu to
lieai uii-in the Tciiltnrlal lawmakeru
to have them agieo to an approprla
Hon Tor a new Judicial. v building
"faim liistiiienl tu garret"
The iickeiit an biualed strueturc Is
ackunwledged to bo a constant me
i.iee to the Judges uud iiIIIcIkIs who
ha" oce n Ion to ficipicnt It. tho dan
ger Im'iii railing plaster In tho rourl
iikuii of Clieult Judge Cooier having
I'cioine Imminent that Judge ('-
lr was foil ed to adjourn court fo'
a da wlillo tlio celling wai -jutltily
A warn'lnp has been lssu"d to 11"
Judge, from the I'nlilln Wnil-s Depart
tnent. stilling 'hit Iho building Is In
n ilangcrous coiidlilon nnil Hint n
CHARGE THAT M'CANDLESS
HELPED VIOLATE ELECTION
LAWS IN KAKAAKO PRECINCT
Cliaiis that I.'.uk McCaudleas, De
nice . c.ili'lhlulo fm delcgatu t'J
Oui,t , and i. II. !'. WoIIjis, Dotiui'
euin. tiudiditu lor iciucbcnlatlvo
fiom tho Koiirlb Dlstllet, Interfered
vvl'.h thu vutlni, al K ikiuikii In the
iceint ulictlou ami Influenced tho
voleis inuliiiiy lo law, aro embodied
'n tin papeio hied before tliu Sit-
piemu L'limt c.jntiLtliig thu election
of J. J. Fern to thu ma) oral').
Alter celling thai sixty-four votes
were east in thu precinct attor tho
siiecllleil e'oalng hour 3 o'clock, uud
that these votes mo clearly Illegal
and Invalidate thu vntliu precinct
vote, the petition tiled by John C.
I.ane, Itepuhllcan cnmlldulu for ma
jor. pn)s thu following compliment!
to McC'iimUcrs and Woltets:
"And your iie'ltloiier further al
leges that In tho polling booth at
said election theie who over sixty
pel pie lu said polling booth at olio
time and two or tlueo electors about
to cast their b-illots and actually on
gaged lu mark eg Ibe same were In
the snnio conp irtment lu said polling
Isioth tiiiltlng 'ii one another and
fioventyflio point., lower than It was
a few moil lis uvp. I'loueer Mill stock.
ttl.l-ll u.,1,1 ... Ilwi .llnnl ..t 1l!ll ..11,11
."'i.ij ii.mii oil (iiv nu v. ill !"' iiii'i
Its tapld slide down thu imgar U-
gap shotvh no slcis ot being (heckeil;
the biakoiu prophesy every day
that the i lib tide In' ilocks will tutu
lu a day or two, bu' tills ptophusy
has been unfulfilled lor sevoial nooks.!
mil lu tho imi'in lliuu Ihu securities.
bine beo'i slu'idll) dropping lower,
lltci.-oila from San rrauclsco arp no
hcttei. the half-dozen local stocks
llyted on tho coast exchange having
fined as badly lu California as lu
nvv.i lecoided a slight rlso today,
but It waif not enough to tuako attv
inipicshm on Iho bearish market.
I.lnle trading Is being done, nnd
theie Is a tendency on tho part of Ihn
sellers to tighten up in hopes of n
KhaiiKu fur the belter In Ihc uiuikut.liiguic.
ctowdlng of a courliooin might bring
beiiuis not being id long enough to sus
tain a moderate drain.
Whllo the building was In b.nl con
dition two years ago it Is In tho past
' went v four months pattlcularly thot
r'liulltions bae become critical did
the Ibie.itenlng condition of tho struc
lure icM'uh'd by an examination of
tho Ftipixirtlng llisir beams. Tha cell-"
lug In the coin I room of Jtidgo Whit
lie.v s department of the Circuit Court
Is liable lo precipitate Itself upon Iho
huads of ciairt attaches Judgo or Jury
nt nliiu'Kt any time and has already
fallen In ono largo tcctlun. Tho wli'-
'o. lois tiiaku an umbrelli and rain-
rii ulmort a necessity In Iho courts,
tho rtf belli glu .such poor condlU'oii
tint Uk water fvmes In almost with"?
out Inlcrrup'lon. r
marking tlirlr ballots In the preneijca
of each other openly, and Uut Lin
coln MeCaudtess. n duly qualified
elector, and a duly qujllned candl
d.i'e for tliu office of dolegato to Con-
grcs.i of the tlnlted States :f Anie-
liea, whs picscut In said polling
biolb .iflep fi n'clnek In ttin afternoon
of said dav. and did hand pencils to
numcious electors for tho purposo'Ot
maiklng tlieli Pallets ami was .trying
to lulluenro electors by words nnd,
netu to fitn fnr Ibe s.nlil Josenh J.
Iein for tho olllco of mayor. Itisld'i -
of mid iiolllng Isioth as aforesHld,and
jour petitioner further alleges nnd
sa)s that lvlvvard II. V. Woltejs. a
duly niiallllcd elector entitled tcTvolo
at said election lu tho fourth election
illKlrict ninl ii illilv illlallfled nnlllli-
dato, nil dwoli was nomlnuled fori tho
ofllcu of reprefentallvo for i ho fourth
election district . . was prewut
In mil, I iirilllnir biHitb atiil Instrucb?'!
a largo number of electors after, 5
oriorK lu llio alteriKKin ot sam uay,
and I'ldoavored bv acts nnd words to
Inllueuco certain electors lo vole for
Joseph I rem '
.WILL CUT UP OLD
Klll(I StlCCl RlliltlilHI UtS 'Are
. n nffr.l 1 Um., '
I" " VMW,UM W 1IWIIIW
John Waller, the contractor, U to
plan- n number uf King street build
ing lots on the market, thrpuxh the
real estulo department of Ilia Henry
WHtd-PmiKo Tuft Company,
ti. property Is the old homostesd '
of T. Italn Walker until recently oc
cupied by tho llrltlsli Consulate.
When cut up lo meet tho ileiuanih
of tlio present market this property
will give six lots with a frnntng'n of
llfty-ono feet on King street, and an
equal number with tho saiua frnnb
ago on Young street, Tho depth of
the, lots Is K,0 feet.
Tlio plan Is to sell the King .Street'
lots for 11200 each. The oung
street lots will be offered at a lor
L v f . Vt tj f . ., j. t.
.A.. . iMi.i.)kaiJlH. (tTiHlffivi,i4ffll'.iW