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Enttrc4 at the Postolrtce of Honolulu, 11. T., Second-Class matter.
Semi-Weekly Issued Tuewlay nnd Fridays.
Per Monti I .25 IW Month. Korean I .SA
J?r Tur M.OOIVr X ear, Foreign 91.00
Payable Invariably in Advance
, CHARLES S. CRANE, Manager.
Tin: lesson or defeat.
liait that tbo election returns for Oabu aro twenty-four hours old anil
Eriwn folfl," tliofuU ferco of tlio blow that ban fallen upon the Republican
organization of tblj Island la beginning to bo appreciated nnd roino of the
principal ronton for it aro being generally dlacusiod. Tho pnrty, as n party
lias been praetienlly wiped out nnd, outaido of tbo innor ring, tboro la general
atiif action, shared oven among those who supported tho party and went down
aritli it in tho crash. Nothing but juat such n political catnclyam rts came
on Tuesday could drio nwny tho pnrasltcv that hnvo attached themselves
to tho organisation and give tho ones, ready nnd willing to work for party
success and pnrty principles an opportunity. Tbo result of tho polls on Tucs
day demonstrates tho fact that no party can win with only mercenaries ia tbo
front rank, hirod men who work harder in intriguing within tbo party for
their personal benefit than they do in their campaign against tho opposition.
It is reported, and tbero is very little question about it, that tho
organization spent upwards of thousand dollars in tho Onhu
campaign. It ia also practically beyond question that tbo greater part of
this money was divided among tho hired workers of tho insido ring, either in
direct wages, in buying things from themselves for tho campaign or in tidy
littlo rake-offs. Yv'o know, for Instance, of one order for printing for
candidates wero told that the bill would bo $140; an order which ono
of tbo job printing offices iri tho city offered to fill for forty odd dollars, nnd
-doubtless tbero wero othors.
Comparo this' with tho expenses of tho Democrats in carrying on one of
tho most successful campaigns ever waged in tho city nnd county. One of
the bossts of tho Democrats in their headquarters, during tho campaign, was
that "There aro no men here," whllo tho campaign manager,
in an informal statement, announced the day before tho 'election that tho only
Democrats being paid for political activities wero "down at Republican headquarters,
making favorable reports." Tho Democrats spent less than $7000,
jUI told. They won their fight with volunteers.
The Republican organization has been riding for n fnll for tho past four
.years and tho bump of Tuesday should go n long way In bringing the' party
at a whole to its right senses. If tho lesson of that day is properly conned,
it will bo n cheap ono; if it is properly taken to heart it will mean tho end
of tho dollar-politicians at Republican headquarters and a return to it of tho.
-ones -willing to work for party success along tbo lines thnt mndo tbo party
what it once was and, for tho sake of Honolulu, what It ebotild bo again.
a. J. WAI&EB FOB GOVERNOR.
A Democratic President means a Democratic Governor of Hawaii, sooner
or later, and a Democratic administration of territorial affairs. This boing
the ease, Hawaii Is' fortunate in having as ono most prominently mentioned
in connection -with the governorship n man of tho character, training and
taurines ability of Gilbert J. Waller. "Wo understand that tho loading Democrats
of tho Territory aro back of Mr. Waller's avowed candidacy, wliiio his
appointment BhouhL .bo, and undoubtedly would be, pleasing to tho business
interests of tho Territory. If Governor Frear is not to bo allowed) to servo
out another full term 'at tho Capitol, and it is hard to SCO how bo could under
the circumstances, TJio Advertiser' would gladly welcomo Mr. Waller as bis
jsnecosBor. Wo believe ho would servo not only witb credit to bis party but
with credit and benofit to tho Territory at largo.
h THE BELLBOABD FIGHT TO SATE.
Tbo fight against the billboard nuisance in San Francisco 1b going ahead
in splendid shape, according to the press of that city, and, wbilo there is n
small 'majority -in tho board of supervisors against tho passing of an ordinanco
to -wipe thax billboards out' completely, tho majority will join -with tbo minority
In prohibiting tho doublcdcck monstrosities and in putting a fair tax upon
tho remaining boards. According to the Examiner, the tax proposed is ono
of a cent n square, foot a year, with no, board to bo over ton feet in Height.
San Franciscans nro making their fight for a "City Beautiful" just ns
tho people of Honolulu nro making their fight so successfully.
Tho first of the year is expected to make a big difference in the local billboard
situation, as many of the biggest local advertisers have agreed to allow thoir
contracts to lapse and to discontinue) the use of tho boards. This will force
tho billboard people to toko down some of the boards or replaco local postors
with thoBO of mainland firms and tho fight will bo simplified. There will bo
less compunction is using harsh measures against foreign firms than against
local businessmen, nnd, consequently, the results of tho campaign will come
It Is a long fight tlmt t1'? people, lmvo undertaken and they
"know It. They propose to persist, however, until Honolulu is frco of tbo
offensive signs and thnt part of tho work for a "Bettor Honolulu" is finished.
Temporary setbneks nro not going to discourage them, nor nro thoy to bo
lulled into nny senso of security by tho advances already made. Tho fight
Is ono to a finish and tho end ib cortaln. Honolulu has becu in advnnco off
tho rest of tho country in starting its campaign, but has not
jnado tho progress of some other places which took up tho campaign later.
Tho sentimont of tho majority has been worftcd up ngainst tho blots on tho
city's beauty, howovor, nnd tho result of that sentiment will very probnbly
crystallize into legislation at tho coining 6cssion of tbo legislature.
(Continued from Pago One.)
and the always-thoughtful host, with
tho strains of music of Hawaiian orchestras
und tho Hawaiian band, sent
as a special compliment by the mayor,
tho UBScmblago was all cxpectntiou nt
ten o'clock, when, 'to the jnuttic of n
minuet, the host and hostess und a com
pany of ladies and gentlemen, in
couples, marched out upou tho dancing
floor, the center of which was occupied
by a glided table upou which rested u
towcriug wedding cake.
Load .Graceful Minuet.
Tho host and hostess led the minuot,
which was danced gracefully and was
a pleasing feature of tho anniversary
ceremonies. Toward tho conclusion of
tho danco Mr. ami Mrs, Wilder advanced
to the table, and tbo bride cut
many pieces, which wero heaped upon
plutes and passed ninoug those who
danced und thoMJ who hud asslhted in
receiving the guests. Wine was passed
to them, whereupon Governor Krcar offered
a toant to tbo host and hostess
nnd read a poem which was written for
tho oecaslou, stjled "Silver Sky mid
Governor Pnnir twill many pretty
compliments to the bride uud groom of
a qutrter nf n fwitury, referring to
tlmm m Lllluii uud Oerilt, a ttiev ur.
known fur uud whin over tho llund.
When tin Qaluot tuti rjuiii
let club played "Silvnr Tlinttd Anion
the Gold," the rvfratii being tAVflii up
jiy Mm guiwl, vvbiU k !" '
'I'll minuet was lun id bt VI r und
Mr. Jam WiUrr, Mr. ! Ml Illofe
rd Tver, M' liaua hlu hh4 I
lilt Umii, Ul bl Mri Arthur Hiwwa,
Artbur Hrwu, UU l.uki urni
VVtbW, M JbliH vuiu. -.mi W.l
HAWAIIAN UAfcRTTB, IHinAY, NnvrMM'U . VH2 SltMt WKKKfiT.
"" '" '
tor F. Dillingham, Judge nud Mrs. William
Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Haroli!
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wilder,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mrs
Mary Gunn -and Robort Atkinson, Mvs.i
Marion Scott nnd Georgo Fuller, Mr,
and Mrs. Georgo Potter, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Gerrit Wilder. Mrs. Wilder 's row"
wns of Bilver lace over silver satin. ,
Entertainment for All.
Dnnclng. followed in which nil tho
guests participated, save those who
found ends ot tho Iannis cosy for smoking
and chatting. Supper wns sorvod in
tho Kwa hall, near winch wns a tnble
loaded with cut glass bowls of cham
pagne punch nnd iruit drinks.
As n special compliment to tho couple
Jupiter Pluvius withheld his usual
dumpening demonstrations, for seldom
lias a uiglit uccn so lreo from drizzlo in
Mr, Wilder is n bon of the Into Hon.
S. G. Wilder, n cabinet minister undor
tlio old Hawaiian regime. Tho guests
were u mingling of tho old and the
newer society, old families being well
ST. PAUL, MltuiPMita, November 2,
"O Promise Mo" and other ougi
lmiiultir nt.iiuptliil rites hereafter will
in barred at till Human Catholic
in the illoi'oxi of which
Is u part, in accordance- with
a Uttar just uiued to all bv
.reblilihop John Ireltuid. No inimlV
u the Merad Iutiu chains irtcribd
by tlio rubrics uf the church will be
linanl, 'iliw miiim ruling iippiii to
"(Irava alxiiM Iwve er)l iulo mui
ihursliM, to thai nt tiitu the lltnr
wuuUr wIiwum b U UklMt, rt Ih
rittuIU or in lUatlMr MMulr
wlr," uUd lU rrliliTliu)i' lllr
"To thl Jal uf Uiltt
riupwl it iiift4v!y mIIM fur,"
A L Ry
Tho original of tho abovo picture
wiw snapped by Deputy Sheriff Charles tho
H. Rose, who was an cnBy winner in
Tuesday's election. Tho Interesting
part of tho story attached to tho picture .
is that Hoso snapped tho bunch
tho Sundny before the Democratic
nominating convention met. All ot the
U Ai WINS
Norman Watkins Proves Fallacy
of Banana Campaign
The Old Statistician perusing- the
wide variety of reasons given by tbo
Republicans for tho doicat of .their
ticket on Ouliu, last night placed a ponderous
finger on n statement credited tho
to Htopnen JJcslia to tho cucct that tbo '.,
Democratic campaign cry against the ,1.
poi nnd banana Uupalgti bad defeated
"That might sound good, ," hoom,
"was it not for tho iuct 'that' every T
time Norman Watkins spoke ,Bc"
puulicun candidate for tuo let? Mature.
no vigorously defonded tho board ' of
uauana trees ami closing tno poi suops. ""
He was real independent about it 'too,Trrfs
and said that those who didn't like "his
sentiments needn't trouble' to '
.ma fn. l.i.T. On, T ann fl.n Vn.mnn I
V., AWA Ai..., V.U -A DLU UUk A.UA1..U4A.
Wntkins was ono of tho only two
seutatives which tho Republicans elect-(
cd on unnu. it looKs very much to mo
as if poi and bananas elected Watkins.
Another thing 1 want to say," said
tho O. S., "is that my of yes
terday morning showing that Kuhiofrc
eolved bis only support on this island
from three plantations and three white
precinct, taKen with tlio mcagjo majorities
he Teceivcd through the plantations
on the other islands, demonstrate
bcyoud cavil that Kuhlo was elected
by tbo big interests, tho same whom'ho
charged in Washington, bad been guilty
of bribery In debauching the elector
Rto to elect him two years ago,
"His own people would'havfl none of
him nnd it took tho 'Turn tho Other
Cheek' crowd to send him back to
Washington, whorb in n Democratic
congress ho will make about ns much
noiso ns n iono grain of mustard feed
in n calabash and be just ns about as
visiblo to tho naked eye. He may influence
some legislation, but it will bo
of the ndverto kind, if congress bears
who sent him to Washington,
"As for those who ascribe tho defeat
to tho Democratic victory on tho
wo only have to go back two years
to find that in 1910 tho Domocrots
swept the mainland, but thnt in tho
nine year Hawaii wont overwhelmingly
"The statement often mndo that tho
Hnwuiians Vote against white candidates,
wns forcibly demonstrated to bo
untrue at tho recout Waterloo, when
tho Hnwallans of tho fifth district voted
straight down the lino for the Democratic
ticket, although it was. overwhelmingly
Caucasian, and did not vote
for Kublo, a prince of their blood.'.'
VICE IN PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA, November 1.
Georgo D.. l'ortcr, director of public
safety, openly defied the ministers of
this city by declaring that bo would
not abolish tho tenderloin. Heretofore,
in reply tn tlio demands of the ministers
that the tenderloin bo eradicated, bo answered
that ho wns studying tho mat
ter and would give tho result in due
time. Today when ashed to address n
meeting of the Presbyterian ministers
Dlrirtor l'ortcr said:
"I close every disorderly lious
in Philadelphia in two hoars, but if 1
did the inmates would become your
neighbors and mine,
"The policeman's club will never
solve thii vice nuettinii. Wo need the
practical, wholehearted cooperation of
social, orgauizntioni that will keep r.n
eye on the Tenderloin, and know exactly
what Is going on there,
"At nresont wo hnvo n touiornr
supervision, nut segreitutloii. Wo nrn
doing uur best to tiilmiuite ike, but it
i a inug uphill utrunyln
HAVE YOU A COUail?
If you Imve n cough, cure it, A
fouub it n symptom uf more irii)ii
trouble. ('(iawb)uto '4 Cough liwily
U ttw bwl ohlnible tuul you neni
litiv o hitsii) In wli It
rout tins uoUiiiijt lnriiu. 1'or tula
by HiiMu. Hu'ilb I ', l.ld, uit
fur IUhsII A.I y
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Hfll riBH ..-'IB -. lIIIIIIIIIHiilliiiilllllH
ui tms uinouni. in tno. campaign tbat 1m, wanted
received as surplus from the Haiti-, only popular subscriptions .in, small
more Convention fund. ..There wero 52,- amounts.,. We. .w.ti,ntca.,te.vncccnt only
240 persons who contributed -under 100. 10.000 from .TiitTtiVn Oornfil. for ,'n
BUNCH OF DEMOCRATIC WINNERS.
-en in tho nicture. toccther with
nrtist himself, were subsequently
nominated nnd all but Mr. Plcmor wero
VrAm In !vlt Ik... tH 11. ..!..
turo are: McCarthy;
jPlcmer (defeated), Sheriff Jarrctt (re-
uiccicu;, supervisor iu.ct;ieiion (.reelected),
Supervisors-elect Mnrkham, Ia-
i L i
Hawaii Sent in But Sixty Dollars
Contributors , Numbered
More Than 50,000.
NEW YORK, November 3. The
Democratic National Committee filed ut
Washington, under the remiirements of
new campaign publicity lnw, the . list
.- "t ! Al
B ? cyeu oy
J?,e1l"oet,e " to October-24,
," " ,' ,,' ., J '"
an,d IIcnry Mo'Banthau, chairman
"""".'"", ana is inter-
"--8 - v i".ii.
The total number of contributors was
53,303, and total amount received
TllP InrrvPftt: Pntl t Tllltlt (IP T.4D Tn.l!..'
nuora, ana corpoiataon monoyjWas not
.received. There was no oblimtions im-
r,ic(1( nnJ mouyy, Vaa accepted, from no
ira with a In oriml. Vn rnnlil pnsilv
--- r, I, WO UUOIUU DAUAlkU, Ull Ml. .UUIU aJll..IlU lllUUIll.
James V. Gerard, who handed in would bo.' lucky tq c,onWbu'to $13,000.
00. Governor Dix gave $100. Onlyl (
Hevcn persons contnimtc(( ?l(',0Cl each,
There wero 1057 porsons who contrib
uted $100 nnd more. . Tho amount of
contributions under $100 wns $236,450,!
ami tno amount ot contributions of $100
and over is $441,905,
Tlio total expenditures for tho New
York headquarters amounted to $570,-1
030, and for the Chicago headquarters
New' York ..mount to $49,oi7,' and in
WUltU(JU IV 7U1U1,
Tho Amounts by States.
Here aro tho amounts contributed by
New York .'$219,362
Tesns ,.. 30,664
Missouri ,.. 22,752
Now Jersey . . , 20,008
North Carolina , 16.427 !
South Carolina 12,044
Alabama . .' 10,829
Whshincrton . 8,490
West Virginia 7.834
Montana," ..v,. 7.754
Town ,- ,. 5.844
Maryland , - B,631
Pixtrlft of. Columbia 4,713
Pnnnma . ., 53
China . ... 39
Trolnnd . ,. 25
Mexieo . ... 12
Orntrnn .. .. . s 4,036
Tndinnn , 2,605
Kansas... ...,..., 2,244
Arlrona . 2,092
Vermont , 1,303
North Dakota 1,315
New Hampshire 1,175
Rbnde Island 1,082
New Mexico , 1,012
Nevada , 521
flmirh QnkotH 483
Tilnlm , . , 295
TMrto Rico J33
Philippine lalsndt .... 35
Unknown ,, RflO
Cminila . 178
I'oiiiipr Treaiuter ..... 08
AUtkn , 00
llfiiidurai , 0
Iklltwore OanvuntJon SU33W
'rhM art the wain up
sh iff R
ehoco and Tctric, Reprcseutatlvooloct
Archie Robertson, Motor F.vn
Kaimuki 's representative on tbo incoming
board of supervisors.
GhatHo Rose hasf already been retained
to snap off a' few more such luiky
pictures for tho 'Democratic campaign
two yoars henco.
to and including October 15:
Kent . .."., $ 8,728
Pay Roll . . . .' 48,035
Furniture . .......... 8,079
Ofllce supplies'.' 17,872
Telegrams and'Fhones. G.483
Pamphlets . -.' 67,453
Advertising . '. 27,102
Expressnge' , '..' .y. . . ; 8,099
buttons .' 11.6C3' ',
Postage ; ..-..,.' ; 30.490
Traveling nnd speakers 130,870
Amount sent to' various'
Mr. MorRonthjiu sai'jl thnt ne'ther
Thomas F Ryan nor August Belmont
hart contrlbutejl'a cent,, and' that they
hadn 't been asked tq .'cpritributo.
"Itis tho most remarkable .list of
enmpnign coptrllmtions on rqcord," said
M iooni;ibu't.o,only at ho could
have obtained more if wo had desired?
but Governor Wilson let it bo known"
.1.... 1...Y i fJ n...f 1.1 1.. AI A
"Chief of Detectives Sails Today
For Japan to Bring
issssBr taLmt' -L -I
GOO TAI OHONG,
Wnntod here on u charge of embezzle-1
Xtioutinea by tbo f.a.ks on his
clothe, Goo Tni Chong, former director
of the Liberty Theater and n rusted
e.nployo of tho First American Savings
and Trust Company, has boen placod
in custody on the llnor Siberia, en routo
to Yokohama. Captain Zcoder, upon
receipt of a wireiesB stating that Chong
wns wanted in Honolulu for a big embezzlement,
made un examination of
tho passengers nnd easily
Identified tho Chinaman by tho
It Is now asserted that Cbong's
from tho bank amounts to
Chief McDulIle of the detective staff,
who the mun's whereabouts
through a pat Issued by Collector of
tli Port Btnrkabie, will leave this nf
luriioon qu the Chlim nnd will arrive In'
Voliolmiim nbortly nftur tbo tilberia. Uo
expects lo flnd Chong already In custody,
I ho United Htnlci consul nt that
port having been cbled yeMenlay to
mImi the abtcaniler upon Ids arrlvul
Memiwlille the ntriIlllon ipers
have uttuv mi to VliiiKtPii and will
be forWNrdwd to tin rbUf uf iutiivM
Ulvr. Ho smcIimi U i)i bunk lu Hpprw
Ihhu) the nidi. (Wiit It wiln the
And It Uiuslly Camed hy a Tlila
and Run-Doun Condition of
II jou aro riertou, always tlrrxt out
ami run Jown, linpuroblorxl is probably
tho rnuso. ( you aro plo,
Irritable, havo no ambition, nifTcr from
lioaxlacbefl anil backaches, you mar bo
csruln tlinttbobkxxlis at fault.
blood docs mora to liartert dlseascA
until jon tor work and shorten life
Tho man or -woman wlioso bloort la TJ
iiuou nun impurities should rotnember
tliat good, pure blood means liealtli.
Through Uioaldof Dr. WUliams' link
Pills for Palo Pcoplo health Is wlthla
tour reach. They gt strjilplit to tho
blood, cleansing it of nil IinpuriUeaand
Kving it the clement which It lacks,
r'or n gooil appetite, healthy color, health
and Btrongth. tlicy liavo no equal.
What tlicso pills will lo -when given a
thorough trial is shown in tlio caso of
Mr. O. O. Wilson, ol H. F. D. No. 0,
Docatitr, Toxas, who says:
"From my eighteenth year I nulTered
with norvousocss. It was brought on
by oxposuro and overwork and lasted
for twenty years. I was often confined
to bod for weeks at a tlmo and tbero
seemed to bo n depression of nil ol my
cnorgles. For years I couldn't aloep at
sight because of smothering spolli. ' I
couldn't get my breath until I eat up.
I sudorcd from pains in the hack. I
generally weighed about 140 pounds but
was reduced to 110 pounds. I
"I was living in Missouri when taken
sick and wastrcatcd by soveral doctbra
thorp. They finally told my fatherthat
ho would have to movo to Texas as I
could not live through another wintcrin
Missouri. ThO change of climate did
not help me much. I was treated by
several specialists but nono gavo mo
much relief. They all pronoiuicod ray
ticknesa as nervous trouble. I md
tried numerous medicines when my
father wanted mo totieoDr. Williams'
Pink Pills. Tbo pills seemed to hit my
caso and I began tofcel better right
away. I took several boxes of tho
pills and was cured."
A booklet, "Building TTpthoBlocd,"
which is free upon request, will show
what, these pills have done,
v Dr.vWlUiams'JPink Pills aro sold by
all druggists; or by mail, postpaid, on
receipt ofjirice, 50 cents iper box; six
boxes, $2.60, by the Dr. WilllamsMedl.
cino Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
to follow as soon as possiblo and koep
a watch" on-him, putting up all tho expenses
nocessary for the trip, tho Territory
having no funds for extradition.
Captain Zeodcr of the Siberia sont a
wireless yesterday to Haekfeld & Co.,
the ngonts for the Pacific Mail, star,-
Ing that the man had been found and
identified according to every Item of
identification that had boon sent to him.
This notice proved McDuflio to havo
seen on thfr right trail, although the
bank officials 'did not belicvo nt first
that tho absconder -had got away on
that boat, as -his wife had told them
thnt ho had been at homo Sunday, a
day after the- Siberia sailed.
' McDuflie Iatori broke, down tho
abecconfessed that she
had. been ordered by her husband to
stall tho officers off with thnt reply to
uuring iUcUuuie's absence Sorgcant,
Kellctt of tho detective staff will again
tako charge of tho work of tho detective
bureau as he did a short while ago
upon McDuffie's vacation on tho Coast.
Fi L OF i
TO BE HELD TODAY
Portuguese Societies Will Turn
Out in Force Killed
This morning's Mauna Loa brings to
Honolulu the remains of J. M. Vivas,
tho Wailuku attorney who met a tragio
death Tuesday night in an automobile
accident, news of whieh was civen bv
Tho Advertiser that same evening. Moj.
.i. au. samara, a ol tlio deceased,
who loft for Maui Wednesday,
accompanies tho body on its. trip here.
Vivas was n candidate for the office
of county attorney In the Maui election.
He was prominent In Honolulu in
the days of tho overthrow and was considered
the leader of tho local
guese colony. He was a member of tho
constitutional convention whieh met
and decreed the establishment of tbo
Republic of Hawaii before these Islands
wore annexed to tho United Stutcs.
Deceased was a former president of
tho Somedade Lusitana Beneficcnte do
Hawaii, and at tho time of his death
was still a member of this prominont
society, ns woll as of the Sociedado
Portugucza do Santo Antonio
Immediately upon arrival Vivas'
will bo tnken to Sllva's undertaking
jiarlors, from wheiico they will
bo carried, at three o'clock this afternoon,
to the Lusitana hall, corner
and Lunnlilo streets. Tho funeral
will start from this hnll at half-past
four o'clock tills afternoon, to tbo
cemetery. Officers and members
of tho two great societies will accompany
tho remains to their last earthly
Paris Singer, an American
philanthropist, now residing in
Paris, adopted a novel method of
her silver wedding this year by
giving to medical seleuco In France a
fully equipped Institute of research,
which will be conduct"! along lines
to the Rockefeller luatltuto of
New York The Pnlllbrd Palace Hotel,
located on tlio height of Hcllcviie,
where fiililoimblc have been wont to
llork for lea und dinner, l.ni been r)ur
rlmod for tho purpose and will he ro.
modeled tor the limtllute's needo.
W K. and J A. HuW, prominent
batliiM nam of etan l'ranrlo, aro lu
lltuuiluin on bwluiAM suit or a pUsiure,,