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Elect Three Senators and
All But Three Representatives
EABLY THIS MOENINO,
STATED THAT HE HAD NOT
GIVEN TIP AND MIQHT CONTEST
THE ELECTION ON A CHARGE OF
BRIBERY AND OTHER VIOLATIONS
OF THE ELECTION LAW.
..., A, ...... fnnr this morning, thn
or -- - -
turns showed practically a clear sweep
for the- Democrats in this city and I
county, icrn nag a plurality. I'etrie,
McClollan, Cox, Arnold, Hardest',
Markham, Pacheco nnd Petrio aro probably
elected as supervisors. Jarrott
and Roso "won the cxpocted big victories
and Cathcart is probably defeated.
Bickncll and Kalauoknlani aro reelected
nnd McCarthy had a big lead
The ninth, of tho fifth, with one
hundred nioro to count, was running
two to one Democratic. Final results
may elect Wolters instead of Cox.
(Continued' from Pago Two)
F. men when thoy took their turn in
the limolight of tho magic iantern.
Night Comes On.
Soon after fivo o'clock the scattering
groups before Tho Advertiser oflico began
to mcrgo into larger and over larger
ones until tne irouuy euro, wom tuning
their way through the reluctant
masses, soomed almost as ships surging
forward through a sea, turbulont,
tut good natured. Seen from above tho
massed humanity tossed nnd waved liko
a wind-blown sea. Swift changes ran
across its surface, as the roturns flashed
faster and faster on tho shoot, reminding
tho watcher of tho swift alterations
in tho ocean. Some brought
"boxes and camped between tho car
As tho figures showed tho increasing
load of tho Bourbon nominees tho excitement
grew greater. Men with
stentorian voices led volicying drifts
of cheers that overflowed the' confines
of tho street and broke in waves of
sound in tho surrounding thorough-faros.
And tho women of the CTowd,
aiot io bOlS0utd.fin,o, by her lordand,
supposed master whoso rule was
doomed now that tho Democrats and,
women' suffrage were together triumphant
cheered just as frantically
and just as continuously as their softer
In Chinatown Too.
In Chinatown, for a time at least,
tho holiday spirit was keen. Celestial
citizens of tho city appeared to
politics with ail tho intorest of
their white neighbors in spite of tho
fact that the law docs not nllow them
to voto, Tho streets wcro soon deserted,
however, by tho usual crowds,
liound for points whore their thirst for
information might bo quenched. Thoy
left Chinatown to add themselves to
tho Tanks of those packed in front of
Tho Advortiscr ollico and tho Republican
Most of them stayed in King street.
Tho crowd before tho Iiopublican headquarters
,was comparatively small, although
long iiiies of automobiles lent
a tone Bomowhat lacking from tho
laTgcr assembly. But thoy failed to
dispell tho gloom of that vicinity. It
grow denser as tho night grow older.
One pretty girl was heard to say to
a malo friend, who lifting his hat,
tried to open a conversation:
"Oh, you'ro a Democrat. Don't
conio round here. I feel too badly."
Sho looked liko it, as did her escort
and tho rest of thoso in tho big car.
But there was a fooling of expectation
felt there. It was, in contradis
tinction to tho King street aggregation,
a distinctly Republican crowd and tho
constantly-repeated scntenco ono heard
-in tho ranks, "Wait until the other is
lands conio in," showed just how the in
dividual units felt. But thoy waited a
long timo, that crowd, possessing their
souls in what patienco tnoy ceuld, as aid
the two or thrco hundred that filled the
looms upstairs abovo Castlo & Cooke's
offices. There tho feeling for the defeated
rank nnd filo was most acute, and
-not oven when the Democratic headquarters
sent tho word that Maui had
given Cupid the victory did tho feeling
of gloom that had prevailed all tho evening
disperse, or oven lighten.
Bob Bhinglo, over confident of tho
Trince's triumph, looked Bhockcd when
returns from tho Oahu precincts
swept in, piling up tho figures for
to mountain proportions. But
lio kopt his fnith. to provo it, ho
for Tho Advertiser:
"1 " .i anre all a'ong Cupid would
win ru In the long run- It is true that
I i 1 To" the DjmecrntH would
yi .1 ' li' i tin- vote they did on
rjfti n ' it t'ipii no one, even tho mart
str a n thfimelvo did lint expert
t i ntl,iil" to turn out and
mwaipp T.fi m the wti.v tjiey appear to
him ilM, It won wont certainly a
Democrat I er."
Cii d' Explanation.
1 - - i'mIiIo Knt ih'ipo eompiiru'
tl. 1 .url" The Ptniu of tho Oauu
i t ! rliii( upon lilin,
althou.li lii' Imiglird and jokul with lilt
u'liiiit vb itiMHir.(l 8tt'ibiin
Tallin, .lull ii Vit nu4 ''Mntl"ty xll
the tneu.biiri of thn JIuIuhmiiiiii's
Ho explained hi vlw of tint
luiarratif landslide, lOHiuwImt aftti
tki f ib "ii
' Our H'Kit Ii liot to tuteM. So l
i mil mil win ii iniii n
CLARENCE H. COOKE
Ono of tho two Republican victors as
(he party. I was sure thnt tho othor
islands would bring mo victorious, but
I must confess that nut for a moment
did I suspect that. McCandless would
devolop tho strongtli that ho did in
Oahu. no has been hard at work, and
the vote shows it. I bolievo thnt the
voto here is but a rcflox of that which
on tho mainland snowed under tho hopes
of tho Taftors and tho Progressives.
This is a historic election.
"Of courso there were local reasons
that helped the Democrats in dofoattng
our ticket. Among the chief of these,
if not tho chief, was the banana campaign
of tho board of health. That
hurt us wherever wo went. ' '
Link Is "Wrathy.
McCandless was not backwnrd about
expressing his opinion of tho causes
that led to his defeat. Ho said:
"You may say for mo that it is hope
less to attempt to espou9o tho cause of
tho poor pcoplo of this Territory. Tho
powers thnt bo simply will not nllow
it. I put up tho hardest kind of a fight,
and if tho white men, who had received
all sorts of Insults from this man
Kuhio, had stuck by nio liko men I
would have been elcctod. As it is I
havo only the consciousness of having
dono my best. Thoy aro sending Cupid
back to a Democratic house of repre
sentatives, whero no will bo but a small
factor in tho minority that tho Repub
licans will havo in tho house. Where
will their sugar interests lio thont"
Speaking of tho success of the rest of
tho ticket, G. J. Waller said:
"I boliove tho explanation is very
simple. It is ft Democratic year.
said that tho only way tho rich
could help tho poor was by 'getting
off their backs.' Wo Democratis aro
going to help tho rich to got off. Wo
shall not bo able to bring about tho
miilonium, but at least wo aro going
to do something for tho people."
Tho Colonel's Viow.
Colonol McCarthy, sitting beside
Bert Rivcnburgh in tho scat of tho
mighty, taking jfgyorts from the
in. his belated
work longenoogh rto say:
"Wo won all along tho line becauso
wo put tip clean men for office, and
conducted a clean campaign, free from
mud slinging, free from the usual dirt
of such fights as wcro waged, during
tho last month. Tho results speak
volumes in my mind, fortbo value of
such a campaign."
And Rivcnburgh nodded ascnt. Ho
was too busy to talk.
B. von Damm Mourns.
All'tho glooms of all tho world appeared
to be sittinir unon thn bowed
shoulders of B. Von Damm when tho
election returns began breaking in
upon his peace of mind early in tho
ovoning. Ho paced up, nnd down tho
crowded room at the Iiopublican headquarters,
nervous, and worried. Ono of
his henchmen approached him nbout
half after sovon o'clock and asked for
an auto to go to ono of tho delayed
"No," ho Baid, "with this swamping
of our party, wo will .havo to watch
tho pennies. Don't go."
Thcu ho turned to tho scribo and
said. "It's a tidal wave. Clovclaud
wns nothing to this. Iook nt tho
from tho mainland and tho fie-
ures of 'tho election in such States aB
California and tho defeat we havo" sut
fored down horo is as nothing in com.
" Personally, I am almost glad. I
lovo to fight a minority battle, nnd the
next tlmo wo shall give them tho fight
of their young lives. Tho defeat wo
havo Buffered is not to bo laid to tho
door of any particular individual or
faction of tho party, but to the sweep
oi uemocratic sentiment lioro nnd on
tho mainland. I want to Bay that
Tho Advertiser's nttitudo toward us
has hampered tho committee seriously
during tho fight. That paper was most
impruaent in tno stand it took.
"The result of this voto will bo to
teach tho business men nnd tho white
men of this city tho need, the absolute
necessity, or voting a straight ticket.
Just because they wanted to scratch
they havo knocked out tho whito senators."
Ghlllingworth Just Mad.
Senator Chilllngworth was just plain
mad. Ho kicked and kicked hard. He
wen, wnat do you oxpcctT It's a
wonder, after tho wny thoy handled the
campaign, that wo got anything at all.
ICuhio should havo come out with a
itnfemcnt. I tried to persuade him, but
Dob Brockous blocked ray ideas."
John Lano also had an explanation,
lie placed tho blame for tho Republican
defeat upon the shoulders of tho board
of health. Said he last night:
"Insofnr as this campaign is concerned,
I boliovo that the Republicans
have to thank tho board of health for
their licking, Tho pol question, the
banana campaign hurt hi tremendously.
Indeed there was hardly a poor Hawaiian
In tho Island of On hit who did
not suffer from one or both of tbeia
moves. Cunlil'i flnlit with Freor did
a lot ot ilumiiyo, too, but combined with
me otuer tiling it provwi mini."
Among tho paeiiuern rntiirning on
the Mamma yotorduy were Mr. Jamie-mm
of lillio. & Co., ami Mm.
JNMliWjn, who linn) liven tuurlrr la
r.uro for tin j!Mt four inontbf.
'I. IVill iwi THrrMrK 1
I ON8TANT1N01'1,B. Turkey,
t . .i. vSpeelel to The Advertiser)
' otriipation of link on the railway
Vtwrrn Snlnnlen and Kulolll Ilurg.is is
j'lio lant link of the el'ain wholly cut-
iir ff t Ic TutMili nrmlos which" hnVo
''pen fighting tho front battlos in the
nut from tho srattorcd forces In that
,urt of tho country nnd to the West.
Comparative order' Is mulntnlued in
I orstatitlnoplo nnd Snlonicn, but appar
ently thn nervousness felt in Europe
over possibilities of outbreaks is shnred
sv lio Turkish authorities in Constantinople
i in- irovernnent Is nlrcndv selling
great supplies for the army nnd tho
ot famine prices for food will
id J to tho difficulty. Anxiety lins been
partly reilovcu, iiowover, by the nrnvni
Of European warships. Others aro on
tho way. it is considered not uniiKoiy
thnt tho fear of serioiis outbreaks in
Constantinople may influence- tho Powers
to use diplomatic pressure to bring
about peaco at tho earliest moment.
Ready to Advance '
The Advertifor) The Bulgarlnn troops
in tho vicinity of Tcnoriti aro preparing
to resume1 their ndvnnco on Tchatalja.
After four nights and four days of continuous
fighting around LulobnTgas the
Bulgarinn soldiers wcro given two days'
rest. This period expired today and the
troops by this time probably nro again
on tho move.
The Bulgarian army near Tchorln is
being reinforced with troops tnken from
tho investing forces around Adrianoplo,
whoso places in turn have boon taken
by Servians. A second Bulgarian nrmy
commanded by Oeneral Kntintcheff is
marching along tho coast of tho Soa pf
Marmora to 'effect a junction with tho
nulrarmn nrmv commanded by Oeneral
Dimitrioff nt Tchntnlja to pet on- tho
move quickly. Tho Bulgarian troops
must havo worked hard, ns tho vhavo
thousands of -wounded Turns ami
to caro for and havo had to
burn pr bury a largo number of killed.
Turkish Army In Plight.
(By Federal Wlrelm TeVerapb,)
TJSKUP. Turkey, Novombor 5. (Spe
cial to The Advertiser) Tho advnnco
nf tlm Snrvinnn toward Monnstir nnd
Snlonicn is progressing successfully. The
defeat of tho Turks nt liumnnovn was
i rnmnlctn that thoso TinrBuincr found
.the' Turkish troops had abandoned the
supposedly impregnable positions oi
Katchanik Pass and Ohohepolic, which
it was expected would bo tho bcouo of
desperate resistance on account of tho
natural defenses. Tho Turks fled in tho
wildest confusion, leaving
field guns nnd numerous rifles and am
At Krntova they left 133 field guns.
Tho rnilway between Uskup and
has been repaired. '
Powers Aro Lining Up.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
' TX)NDON, November 5. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The great Powers of
Kuropo dro aligning themselves on
cither sido of a lino regarding tho fu-
turo of tho Balkan Mountnin States.
Public opinion in England, Franco and
Russia is that the Allies should havo
tho Territory which thoy havo conquer
ed and Russia, particularly, Jias warned
Turkey that conditions could only stop
should further disaster occur at xcinv
On the other sido are Austria-Hun.
gary, Germany nnd Italv. Austria-Hun.
cary, which after all' is tho most direct.
ly interested being the nearest neighbor
to llio unman atntes, win not, it. is
quietly stand liy and see tho
Balkan League establish itBclf across
her path to the Aegean Sea, in which
direction her trndo is expanding, whilo
nt the Bnmo timo tho Servians spread
to the Adriatic Ben.
Tho Austrian government points out
that the Albanians arc ns much a nn
tion as any of the Allies nnd that Al
linnia should bo reserved for tho Alban
inns. Tho first sign of dissention among
the Balkan Allies themselves is a dispatch
from Belgrade in which it is said
tho Servians aro beginning to declare
that the "Autonomous Albania," which
was ngrced upon before tho war was
started, has now fndod away.
In the dispatch the Musselmnn Alban
inns who fought against the Servian
troops aro blamed for tho chango in the
Servian attitude. Instead of tho two
mile stretch of tho Adriatic coast
hithorto claimed by Servia tho same dis.
patch says that Servia now wants sixty"
miles and that in return Montenegro is
to got inoro than hor allotment of tho
district of Novibnmr,
Tho correspondent adds that, "tho
Emperor of Russia will bo taken as ar
bitratcr between Servia and Bulgaria
in legnrd to theso conflicts which wcro
not foreseen in tho original agreement
between tho Allies."
It is officially btnted in a dispatch
from Bolgrnde that the Servians having
annihilated tho Turkish army in
Mrtedonia have been ordered to assist
tho Bulgarians, Greeks and Montene
grins. A large forco of Servians has
already passed through Sofia on the way
to Adrianoplo, tho bombardment of
which continues without abatement.
Still Able to Fight.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, November
C. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
In a circular note to Turkish ambassadors
abroad, the Turkish government
maintains that although embarrassing,
affairs are not desperate, and that when
tho Allies had completed their mobilization
Turkey had barely begun.
Tho note insists that Turkey is still,
able to maintain prolonged warfare.
Tho fall of Adrianoplo is expected
British Cruiser on Spot,
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, November
fi. (lly Associated Press
fable) Tho Drltish cruiser Weymouth,
the flmt foreign vessel to couio us u
jmrt of tho pluns for intervention on
the part of the 1'owcri, urrlvud hero
Tho Sultan ' liureiini mid those nf
tie Turkiiili lenderi have been trans
ferred to Atlutlii Turkuy. Tho ptuto
nrrhivM liavu ulto been transferred
Huron the tmlt.
Make Tliolr Own Term,
WMK)H, KHBlaiul, Kovtuiihur 6.-
Mly AM0lull 1'IU Cliw) 'I'll
Jfrltlili furDigfi swrettiry teiiwy 4tur
R. IM2 . tMiftfl.WKKKIir.
ed thnt nrrwt Ilritnlft I lmll... to
ii iii lki li(lit nf Ii... Ilnlknn tt
,o ttirmi'lm" . lr nun .ee term
Tdtktsti Vrps lMlitccl.
lkitlliK',S Tntky. Nflttmtwi ft.
AMorlMtd Ptwwi ruble) - The
n..ki n i.. .av n t ti spHvltlet
nftM ImlnlPd thf TurMfli tfop
thr IMt lin ot liirtiOrjllonn.
. .T,r "r ' n'it' i e
SAN niANi ish). NniorXr fi -
lopecini io inc Advertiser) On the
Mnnsport Sherumn, sailing for lUwnll
nil Hip Philippine Island today, wa
a tulmbcr of well-known army oncers.
Among them yrerc:
Msj. Charles C Clark, llftefr.th In-
fnntry, stationed in Ticntelii, China; id
ten ami AiUt. Ur'ii. h. P. McCain,
tlono.l in Mitnila: Sd Lieut. John It.
Wcavrr, Eighth Infantry, stnttoned In
the Pin ippine Is!nmls; dipt, IMward
1,'nrpeiiter, Coast Artillery t'orps, Fort
linger, iiawnil: l&t i.icut. 1. D. Hl:is-
lord, first Field Artlllory, Port
toy, Philippine Islnndsr Maj. A. II. Shat-
hick, ! irst iniantry, l'hlliiiplno Is nmls:
2d Lieut. F. 3. Camp, TSond Infantry,
llnwnli; 2d Lieut. Dchou, First Field
Artillery. Hawaii: Mai. P. C. Ilnrrls.
Thirteenth Infantry, Philippino Islnnds;
inpt. w. K. Davis, Medical Corps. Ho
nolulu; 1st Lieut. Terry Mngec,
Infantry, Philippine Islands,
and Maj. Wilson Chase, Twenty first
Infjntry, Philippine Islnnds.
(Djr rVilTal Wlrelm Teleirraph.)
LOS ANGELES, November B. (Special
to Tho Advertiser Tho 8tarliglit,
n smuggling craft f many exciting
and said by many persons to
bo tho swiftest launch on tho Southern'
California const, has bocn confiscated
by order of Judgo 'Wellborn of thq
United States Court. According to tho
judge's order tho Starlight will bo sold
by United States Marshal Youngworth.
(By Pedrrnl Wlrrtnt 1lfEniph.)
SAN FKANCISCO, November 5.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho
Oceanic Steamship Company's liner
which sailed this nftornoon for Ho
nolulu, carried a full cargo and mora
tlian one hundred passengers. Among
tho passengers was P. C. Jones, tho
sugar planter, who is just back from n
visit to Europe.
(It- Federal Wireless Telepraph.)
VIENNA, Austria, November D.
(Special to Tho Advortisor) An Austrian
military nirmnn .was killed this
morning whilo flying around tho nrmy
ncrodromo at tho military stntiou at
Gorcz. Ho fell from a considerable
height, owing to tho coll (ipso of ono of
tho wings of his aeroplane.
(Bv PciWal Wireless Telegraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, November 5.
(.Special to Tho Advertisor) Tho
Turkish steamship Chanleo has found-'
orcd in tho Black Sea: it is reported
that the crow nnd forty-two passengers
wcro drowned. Tho stenmer is supposed
to havo touched a mine.
NO MARKET REPORTS.
(By Federal Wireless Telecrauh.)
SAN FKANCISCO. November 5.
(Special to Tho Advertisor) No mar
kcts today; all exchanges closed on nc
count of election.
. , (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ATLANTA, Georgin, Novombor 0.
(Special to Tho Advortisor) Tho
"Solid iSouth" rallied to Woodrow
Wilson, as oxpectod. ' His probable
plurality ns availaulo in roturns today
Arkansas, GO,000; Georgin, 35,000;
Texas, GU,u"U; Florida, l!!i,000; Kou
tuclcy, 100,000 (plurality ovor Tnft)
South Carolina, 50,000: North Caro
lina, 00,000; Mississippi, 100,000; Okliv
Auto Smashes Express Wagon
and Bicycle Hits Heavy
Two rather serious accidents marked
tlio political activities of election day.
Shortly after noon yestorduy tho auto
of M. E. Silva, No. 008. acting on
of tho Democratic voters, was
Fjieeding Ewa on King Btrect and driven
by M. Mnttos.
When just the other sido of tho firo
station Mnttos turned out suddenly to
escape collision with a motorcyclo and
dashed into tho wagon of the Star express,
driven by Mnnuel Forreira. Tho
wagon wis smashed to pieces and
was thrown to tho ground, sustain,
lug such injuries and a bad cut on the
head that ho was removed to the
Qucon's Hospital as soon as possible.
Tho machine was also badly damaged;
tho mud-guards being broken, the
smashed and tho tonneau
supports snapped off. Mattos escaped
Injury by a narrow margin. What
of tho motorcyclo ridor was not
The antomohilo nt tho timo of the accident
had a number of postoffico
who woro being taken to tho
polling plnco of tho precinct, but all escaped
with a shaking-up.
Just about tho samo timo that the
King street nccldent took place there
was another on Nuuanu street, but in
this caso it was a bicycle which was
smashed and tho dray which It ran Into
rsenped Injury. An automobile took
Edward Kalml to the Queen's Hospital
whoro a bad gash in his head was sow.
Tho dray was blng driven up Nuuanu
streot by J. Petor nnd turned Into
street just ns Knlnii was speeding
downtowu to voto. Tho next Initunt
ho had lilt the hind wheel of the dray.
and what was loft of the bicycle would
lianlly bo recognitor. Kulinl mado the
most mircciiful aerial flight thnt has
been niadn in Oahu slnco Hud Muri flew
TOU THQ aOLTHIt.
For foreiieis of tho muscles, whetlmr
Induced by violent evemUa or Injury,
tlmm Ii notliinu hotter tliftii
J'in JIhTiii This lliilwiiiit uUu
rvliftVM rh'viflHiiii tiniiu. I'or mile bv
lUmmn, Miuitb & C., Lul , djjoiiii fur
TAFT UNO WILSIN
I . if an jlUaUUIj
BKUflAjraf fete ll .u..
iMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmimmm wm akjtitsM l.n .ri f
(lly IVdornl Wlrelotw Telogratih.)
I'lUM'in'ON, New .lerw.v,
November . (Hjuflal to Tho
AilvcrUer) The tollowiiic
whs roeeivcxl Irom
Tnlt, who wns in
direrted to Hon. Woodrmv
Wilton, I'rlncctou, New Jcrnoy:
"Cordially congratulate you
on your election nnd extend to
you my best wishes for n successful
"WJLLTAM U. TAPT."
In reply Governor Wllsoa sont
tho following messngo to President
Tnft in Washington:
"Wnrmly approclnto your
kind messngo and wish to ox-press
my sincere personal regards."
(By Federal Wlrolcss Telegraph.)
SAN FKANCISCO, Novombor
0. (Spoclal to Tho Advertisor)
It is now certain that Aritona
has gono for woman suffrage.
Orogon Is comparatively
nnd tho women of Michigan
also clnim that tliolr causa
is victorious. Tho othor two
States, Kansas nnd Wisconsin,
whero tho suffrngo issua wns
voted upon yestordoy, nro still
SUDDEN DEATH STRIKES
OWNER OF BIG NEWSPAPER
(fly Tederal Wireless Telesfsph.)
WASHINGTON. Novombor 0. (Spo
clal to Tho Advertisor) John L, Wil
son, ownor of tlio Seattle (Washing
ton) died enrly to
day in his hotel hero of nngina poc
toris, after an illnoss of ono hour. Ills
body will be taken to his birthplace iu
Urnwlorilsvlllo, indinna, lor bunal tomorrow.
He had been in tho National
Capital on business two days.
WFR E BR
But Those Few Wish The Advertiser
to Express Their
Thanks to the Voters. -
WM. E. MILES,
Secretary of tho Democratic County
uommittco, who received many con
(From Thursday Advertiser)
Tho mnjorlty of tho politicians woro
not in evidence on tho street yesterday,
having retired from the limelight
ibout tho time tho flnnl results of tlio
local elections were known yestordny
morning, which ,was nbout seven o 'clock.
After a strenuous duy nt tlio polls nnd
uuu n strenuous nignt, mutilating
returns and tollinir lust how
and why it hud happened, homo nnd a
nap appealed irresistibly.
A fow of the hardiest wcro found,
however, and Interviewed, including
ono Jicpuulicun, E. H, Paris, who ox
hibits no "soreness" ovor his defeat
An official statement wns Issued from
Democratic hcadqunrtors, as follows:
"Hoaolulu, November II. 1012.
"On behalf of tho Democratic Party,
wo ro limine tno voters or Uabu
for thoir confidence In our cnndldntcs,
as ovldenccd In tho overwhelming vote
of November Oth,
"H. a, mvENBunaii,
Chairman Dcmocratio Couaty Central
"WM. E. MILES,
Secretnry Democratic County Central
Wm, P. Jnnrett, Sheriff.
"I had hotter support all over the
city than I untlclimtcd, although I felt
that I would lie elected by a goodslwd
majority. The wns a greut
to me, however, nnd it nearly took
my breath uwny, liullevu. with the
iniiyor ttinl board of supervisor Demo-
iue pon i'u ijupnrtiiiuiit uiii unw
be built up Into un iirgaiilMtJun willed
will iiriipsrly fit tlm Iiuto1iiu and
ntNiit grow tli nf tlm oily, i wUli to ex-)ire
my lliunki tu The Adwrtinwr for
coultmitly biicldiig in uil my iiiluiiu.
istrstlon of iMilico ulloira, I unv ilono
my bt and Tlm Ailmriiu.r l.u
ujii and hljd im- to iiMkr uimhI "
Wtmrlw Hose, Deputy ftherlff
' I ucir ili'ikt tiirm mi any
fbSMep fnf a lpnp nn My M
driit shfrtH. Thfr at insiiy thltign
to b tmilllwl altnit, Iml it I mint
(rrHf,Tlnrt in mt to Imvc ttninil n inAay
relet brltiml m. Tliltiitu Imvn lrtcn
somewlwi rrvnrwil In Urn beitM nf mi
iwtiiwi. for lnlrd of lliffe a
ioiip Demoftst ulitlna In Us councils,
will be n lose llfpillillcnii fimllng
out how it Win to be lonely. 1 wish
to thank The Adroillm for II hrln to
inc nnd its fklr attitude gdienlly '
"I slmll certnlnly rudoftxer to carry
out what nil my frlpiids wish mo to
tin t in to aid my ffllnw supervisors In
clvtng Honolulu a mpaMe rily
Thnt is why I soi.jilit tha
ollice ol supervisor.''
J. J. rem, Mayor. ,,
"I knew just whnt would linjlpen I
months ago. 1 felt then, when tlio banana
and mosquito episodes were being
talked nbout, that wo would go In. I
want to say that much credit is duo to
Mrs. Johnny Wilson lor her earnest',
quiet and cffectlvo work in tho products
nnd her tlicochmnkiug nt Aala
Park Saturday night. She swung tho
crowd and had it with her. With a
Democratic board of supervisors hacking
me, wo will now bo nblo to show
tho citizens of Honolulu what n flno
city government they will havo."
Well, n lot of nconle didn't know
thnt I was nn old political war-horse
and that experience in campaigning
counts, I Biipposo I rnthcr surprised
Honolulu, for, ns I understand it, Wlrti
wasn't considered ng a inctur In tlio
election nt nil. Well, I havo n lot of
friends who nro Loyal Mooso."
"John Wilson, Democratic national
committeeman for Hawaii, sent n cablo
to President-elect Wilson Tuesday night
congratulating him, and ono wns also
Bent by Chairman Pncheco of tho county
committee Gilbert J. Waller also
sont a message of congratulation. Mr.
Wnllcr had tho honor of being ono of
tho first men to personally congratulato
Govornor Wilson on hts nomination for
tho Presidency. After tho Baltimore
convention nominated tho Govornor, Mr.
Waller immodintoly loft for Princoton
and waited in tho dark on Mr. Wilson's
porch until sunriso, whon tho govornor
camo out nnd was immediately congratulated
by Mr. Waller. I suppose tho
now President will romember tho incident."
E. It Paris.
"I nm surprised nt tho results of tho
local election. I am not porsonally disappointed,
nnd I fool that I havo fulfilled
a civic duty in offering my eor
"Although I wont into tho fight -to
win, I fool greatly relieved of tho bur-don
of responsibility which would hnyo
confronted mo had I been elected.
"I hono that tho noonlo aro satisfied.
nnd also that tho will
recognize tho duty thoy owo to tho public,
nnd that in thoir deliberations nnd
their work thoy will forgot politics nnd
let their bettor judgmont bo their guido
and not let thoir party 'pull strings.' "
GEN. GRANT'S RING LOST.
NEW YORK, November 2, A $25,-000
omcrnld ring given to Gon. Ulysses
S. Grant by tho Emperor of Japan and
inherited by tho genornl's daughter,
Mrs. Nelllo Grant Sartoris .Tonos, has
been lost beyond recovery it 'is feared.
Although tho ring disap'pc.irc'd six
months ngo, whon it was accidentally
droppod in Hi water vent of a Fifth,
nvonuo hotel bathroom, tho fact of tlio
loss became public only today, whon it
was lenrned that a Bearch for tho gem,
whicli has been going on over sinco,
virtually had been gtvon up. Tho
waste water system of tho hotel,
nnd tho city's sower for n block or
moro from whero tho hotel pipes cntored
it were searched.
PEARL HARBOR SAND.
SAN rjANCI8C0, October 25. Tho
government openod bids Wednesday
for 30,000 tons of sand to bo delivered
nt Pearl Harbor, but today announced
that nil bids have bcou rejected nnd
tlmt tho sand will bo shipped from hero
by the government iu Hb mivnl colliors.
Ono local firm bid $.00 per ton, using
foreign stonmcrs, and another bid $1,73
per ton, using American steamers. Tho
latter bid wns considered too high and
tho former rejected becauso ioreigu
steam org nro not considered desirable
in delivering material for government
ICEBERG SHIP IN
LONDON, Novombor 2. A permanent
iceberg lookout ship in mid-Atlantic
is suggested by tho British Board
of Trndo as a sequel to tho report of
Lord Mersey on the Titanic disaster.
At present tho plan ia being considered
by tho advisory committee of tha
Board of Trudc. If tho proposals uro
carried out, tho vessel will bo stationed
in tho track of Atlantic travel and
she will cruise, along tho boundnrios
of tho ico region. Sho will thou bo
in a position to warn tho hurrying
liners by hor powerful wirolcss equipment
of tho exact 'position of tha various
ico fields. The proposed ship will
also send warning of drifting iceborgs
and uny derelicts which she may encounter.
According to reports mado to tho advisory
committee, tho moBt suitablo
ship would bo about 2000 tons displacement,
250 feet long, nnd thirty-two
feet broad, with n draft of twelvo
feet, six inches. Sho would have a
speed of ton knots and consume about
twelvo tons of coal overy
hours. Hor wireless telegraph equipment
would bo of the most powerful
typo nnd widest range,
Tho Hoard of Trado officials oxpross
tlio belief that tlio stationing of such
u ship In midocenn would ndil Immeasurably
to tho safety of ocean travel-lug.
HERE'S A MODEL POLICEMAN
BTAMraitl), Connecticut. November
1, Police lieudqiiiirters received n hurry
ran j ruin I'uuuur utiuct tmlay, it lul
nicyolii I'ollcemiiii Kurtli wiw sent to
answer It. Kurth fiium a woman
Htuinlliig doJutliMlly before n illiiuiiiitlo.I
icitriimi hImvu, liolli tier uumli bluek
with soul from it vtovupipe thu had
With tr In bur yw l luld tin)
oflWur tlm bud tiilmii I ho iievn down
Mini elumiwl It, ami nUu wm unsble to
Kt it bunk. HUti ilHit4 with him in
id It up for bur, nl, nun 1. 1 gut lur
liu.l'tiud' diuunr nuuly m (imk
Ana uuriu aui.
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