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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MOXtfAY, SEPTErBER 14, 1914.
Crooned Heads are Signing Own Death WarranU.
RILEY H-ALLEN - -
MONDAY.... . . . :; . .-.SEPTEMBER 14, 1014
Ever, by day and night, under the", fun and unde,'
the star, climbing the dusty hill and toiling ahng
ihe weary plain journeying by land and journeying
by sea, coming and going so strangely, to ine'i and tu
act and react on one another, move all tee n!!?
traveler, through the pilgrimage of e.-r--Charles
NEW PRIMARY LAW WORKS
. Hawaii's first nominating election under the
new direct primary law has brought a number
of lessons and suggestions. for needed amend
ments to the law. - :V V -
On the whole, the new method of nominating
party Candidates worked just as successfully as
its supporters "had hoped. It provided a free
and untrammeled expression of opinion on the
part of voters' as to the men they wished to see
run for office. Its main drawback that of fail
ing to keep voters of one party from partici
pating in.the nominations of candidates of an
other party can hardly 1)0 overcome except by
some rigid plan that would make an elector de
clare his party allegiance and receive a ballot
c ontaining the names only -of candidates run
ning under that single party designation. Such
a plan would have two manifest disadvantages
it would prevent ihe large growing element
f independent '.voters' from casting their bal
lots according to their judgment, and it would
increase the election machinery. to the point of
;:nwieldiness. Handling three or four big blan
ket ballots would be no "easy or quick task for
lection officials. . . .;. y f: ' .
One noticeable fact of Saturday's, voting was
:hat it proceeded rapidly andsmoothiy: The
iuch-feared difficulty in voting the new ballot
roved nothing but a myth. - In most precincts
.e voting was the fastest in many elections,
ny. voter of ordinary intelligence it ' was
.own, can cast the new form of ballot without
.y particular difficulty or delay. This is nm
ly proved by the comparative statistics of bal
ls cast and ballots thrown outline, percentage
.' the latter being so small as to be nearly hegli
i!)le. , ..-
The election machinery under the new law
Iiown to be good. One or two minor amend
nts are necessary. For one thing, a great
;il of absolutely useless labor was caused elec-
n officials at the polling-booths by the sec-j
:i of the act of 1913 which requires full re
ins to be made not only to the secretary of the
ritory, the county clerk and the chairman of
election commission but to the territorial
1 country chairmen of each political party.
: prceir.ct officials, after counting most of
!::rd y rJ;;l;t and in many cases most of Sun
then were compelled to make out
t bets of rules, 10 of which 1 are
: , rfluous. ' : ' ; , V;S
r amendment, suggested by some,; but
3 wisdom will have to be considered, is
::ames of candidates receiving less than
' n small .percentage' of votes in the
should be automatically dropped, ; it
c T able that their, names would only
J.e general election ballot jvith no pos
, I:atever of election. v , - ; ; '
:cral, it may be said of the new law
: ikes too 1 long a primary campaign.
i..;.y be obviated by lessening llie length
- before the primary election required
T.dadates to file their nomination papers,
.dates for delegate file a month before
: iiiiating-election. and those for legisla
1 municipal offices file two weeks before
lion, it will shorten the stumping-cain-
a::d should not hurt 'any candidate's!
. As it is now, the primary campaign,
being a burden of expense upon the
te, is tiresome to most of the voters,
t .rty organizations were drawn into the
. ry campaign this' year. The longer the
.ry maneuvering, the greater is; the ex
, "the greater the 'possibility-of. Pactional
. . 3 in the parties, the greater the exhaustion
: in advance of the real campaign. Half of
candidate's strength and most of the elec
atc's patience are spent before party nomi
r.ro. chosen. " ; :
15 at these are minor details that are easy of J
avoidance. The next legislature can quickly
and easily amend the law. In the main, it has.
been shown to be a good law and there is noy
question that the vote of Saturday was; a free
expression of opinion. " "". v' " -:
A POLITICAL BREATHING
A brpflthinc-snell in the nolitical race is ;
. ,r . . ;.
oaaiy neeaea ngni now, oinerwise some oi ie
candidates are going to get winded- if politi
cians ever do get winded before the cam
paign ends in November. V
T.pf hnvfl'n nnlitipal nrmistice. nick un the
dead and wounded, give the opposing armies a
rest and incidentally srive: the. people a rest.
The latter would appreciate it. Politics, hot
and cold, has been fed the. electorate . pretty
steadily for two' months past. Most of us, in-
terested as we are in the success of a good .
cause, have to work for a living," and few, men
can mix poiliics anu uusmesa .uca;3M uii j uu
after day and night after nighty That isV un
less politics constitutes their business, v
The primary campaign has been a long onej
and a tiring one.' Too much politics will tire 1 1
let up a little on campaign activities have at
least two weeks,1 preferably a month of sur
cease from talk: ; of tickets, slates, deals and
vote-getting and get down toj business. If the
territorial and : county chairmen of the respec
tive parties will get togethergree not to open
the stumping campaign, until the first or sec
ond week in October, and discourage any gen
eral campaigning until that time, the people
will be grateful. And it, won'tjmrt .any . par-
I kad It hoTdone so. f will kite" the
candidate, for major ana ror every
'ntfcroffie iirTheartlest; sopport. I
wlah to tnank tne many inena as
well aa suDDorters who I did not know
for their effort in my behalf, - v
ai mnr v CLARK: In the recent
primaries I am with a large foUowlns
"who also ran.' - i ..-
-mips oriXX: ?. I understand-
that ther hate not finished rejoicing
nomination at Lale, Its all!
over but the shouung.
tvii i'iit 11 CRAWFORD
my nomination at the primaries tot
the opposition from me mornias
paper. It always works out that way.
j ' ' ' ' 'V-
..... .yttiif Ai?n.
has said, "May the good-lord sive us
from our fool friends." mai comes
pretty near being a pat phrase for
more than one unsuccessful candidate
for. office.' '
t. i xfrCandiess; i feel ratfter
nroud of that vote cast In the second
precinct of the fifth district
t FERN: I went home before
mldnljcht on Saturday feeling well as-
....A hit l was all over but" the
shouting. Uncle. Joe is now confident
that a Mailme silencer Is better wan
a brass band in hunting ducks or gar
nering voters at a primary.
marry MURRAY: I have been
kept busy today taking in money that
was won from the Hustace campi
When I said that I would take off my
coat and work for the winner . of the
contest,:! meant It. t .. ..v. l
JOHN II. WISE; I have Just
thnt . Frd waternouse ana
Charles A. Rice have told some people
that I ' was responelblft for " the ' so-
called Johnson ticket that came out
on Friday. It Is absolutely false.
i II 1:1
I Iff X M
:' One. of the
tern in Gorbam
ware stands with
- the brt products
of the Middle
. that time -wem
' stronrlr iniprvs-
' sed with pare
; Greek sad Roman
avoiding the ro
. eoco, the fantas
tie and the ornate.
. This new Gorhara.
upon these stan
dards, attracts by
iti classic .sira-.
rlicitv and is. es
!ade la Ster
" with the
Wichman 4L Co,
(The Star-Bulletin invites free and
frank discussion in this column on all
. - -- - icgiumaie suojecw oi curreuv luinmu
ty S chances a bit not a niu rli Will lve iue Communications r are .constanuy re
generalcampaign afresh rtawm
the candidates that when tKey take; the stump adentiai signaturea to , letters. i( the
it will be before large audien that have M.-gi
f 1 1 1 'i iis's-' 1 ' t 1 . 1 1 v r 1 .1 iir: ni ( . va. sva - - . uuud. a r .. ? a. . t
u LAiuaavv v sww - w t .
THE ISSUE REMAINS
-a; k -VIERRA: I am pleased at
my showing in the primaries. I got
o. hfeer vote than : one well-known
professional politician who tried to
knife me in soverai precincts. ;
ohm c: ANDERSON: I desire
to ,thank all those who supported me
in thA nrlmarv camoaizn ana at ine
I x n.i.. A a 1 v 111 r a nrtnvr f '
DOOU1S OU 2iurujf. a waaa oui'pun - - , -
Coirkling.V the .victonoua nepuojicant uu uu n vu vj ,r . T.T-
CHARLES ACHI: ;i guess that I
must have mislaid the famous vest
pocket vote which in former years car
ried myself and followers on to vic
'i-BEN HOLLINGER: I Ma;-t0
thank -the voters 'ho worked and cast
'ifcat haiinta in mv behalf and to say.
. ar . ' - - j : '.x- - i J! i.s i iV Amln MtTII
S1HI8 SUPPORTERS. " .that 1 nope iqwm m uw
i 4 t ft--- s-' '' InalaTL--' ''-":- ' i'-- "' ".-'5 .
?? "S ff: . r, .- a IpaJai r- - s ;l -r .? . .? . . . i
issue in ther primary. campaign for.ltoxate for.: the toTorabvpte tendered.
. .; " rtf tce on September 12. . ; 1t0
es not end With tilft counting Ot tlie ;Tnja; being. my firt aspiration for! :
i 1 ' VI mL.l - rt nnwVAlrt t.lnkl .ti ImI . ii.t.aniaht I '
; Sir: .Permit me trough ,tbe :col agree fSJ6!
-EUGENE AIU: . I want to' thank
riolocntp n APS Tlftt find Willi tuft- COUniinx OA: IMC j tiuTtni
votes on Saturday night..That issue energetip municipai,,npndrs;.4i!jfeekr xtremeiy.l
and efficient representation n
Hawaii Will go on ana xne Jigui. iur n wm me tounn istricv "-th r assistance.
xr -Ui:i:o1' Ai. n.vomTTi0Titnl :ith nret-place von. the-supervisorial.
go on. No great political or governmental. aig(0imy own precllcUtthe .KK FERN
question is settled until it is settled nght. - ' fourteenth of the fifth district, which of thfe Fifb disti
tt " a Af onUrrWI t tip full extent of .Placed me second. on the Ucket.,; iv- ...lv ln tfe. Tac
iiatt au uauv J ,r " -."" "- ;:;A I ; I : will again be in.- the game two ::eentatiTe and X wish to ex-
. . m . .."" " ' ' i 1 " law ' will Ka amAftrlArl 0?ulnir tflA
tional capital. Its .effects nave noisirucK nome, :---r
iiuuui vi'.. " -.' fifth district three supervisors,.
to the people of this territory as : tney wiii the f0UCta- three, allowing' one- to
. .r i . .. j ' rriin nrimonr naTnnnioTi ' at laree. This" will give the nr
Stride nome w u .o- presentation to both districts. ; C ;
Showea great comusiou ui wsuco, n, -The vote of September-1Z came ai-
f nfftred bv clever appeals to sympathy and the ' most giving the fourth district seven
IOggea. Dy.ciev erf appcaio ?.,J k fAffa, members for the beard of supervisor
race for delegate was purposely anq eitectiv e- j . . Agaln reiteratIng my acknowledge
lvr Tonfrlp iin m r legislative and v municipal ments.- I beg to remain, with senti-
fights. ' ; " . .; 7'V : ; "
pprnnnl nnneal as aeainst imiersonal state
ment is and always has beehjand always will
or, ''rfoAfSvp mothod of votePsrettins: until the
Now and always Hawaii desenes wiioie , uPPKI Y I IIMHHP1
Washincton; now and al
ways the interests of Hawaii should be put
nVinnfl rf. norenn nl feelincr and individual prej-
a"." ,rl.T" .. -1.4 J,wX tl,of a'dav wfll.be enlirened bra dlsserta
udice. Tne sentiment is . by a Gooding Field on game fish
tive and result-getting represemauuiiiui., mg n the Hawaiian lsianas. air
national .capital must : bgn in
The fight for ii will go ciy : ' , . : ; '
FERNANDEZ: - The voters
xrthi Fifth district stood by me spleh
didly in the race for the nomination j
as . representative ana I
press my thanks to them'.
district - three supervisors,, and I ; . T ivnT . a BUMP: I aided in
to Tun SUCces&ful formation of a Chinese
Pr9Per i company as part of the National uuara
of Hawaii, and now l am ueiaueu uj
- Hanartmnt tn ' service in
j BILL LARSEN: My friends along
a waferfmnt rallied erandly to my
ct.niii n thp .nrimaries. I would
favor the dally sitting of the marine
ginger ale board In the city naii ioi-.
lowing the .change of administration.
wir li Vam JARRETT SHELDON:
tvhqfa in n name. Miklnz a noise like !
a former city and county sheriff failed
to land me within speaking distance of
ments of respect . and gratitude, very
truly yours, :
- - ' A. K. VIERRA, '
V ' (Kant Ko-ha.) x
Fifth District V::-'., ' ' "'
AT- WEEKLY LUNCHEON
OF HONOLULU AD CLUB
.v . t
nor :aie ; .
"i ." s
; i .
i .' ing 5-room home on Kapiolani
st near Lunalilo ;st, new and '
: mpderiL.: y t 0,'-. c'..
x :-i - :. it', :.--x, ' : M
! V j (2) $3m ViU buy a plehd-'
id well located home'an College ,
Hills. This. is a reahbargain, .'
modern improvementsA. -; -,
. '' V w - - . .
918-920 Fort J Street
Between King and Merchant ..
r. WalCace si uver ; ,
: that resists wear.
VIEIRA JEWELRY CO, VjTDn AG ENT8r 113 HOTEL ST.'
vxihvaco 11UU1 " '
v- .omnoiim has h&rdlv beEUn.
. - Tail nr: aiu. uukmm . - - -
The ? Ad club lunqheon of 7 v.ednes-. jjoweTer j am ready for the fray.
i f?H API .FTS NOTLEYi Those 11
d.i... n. h!a talanii nrP. tn be
115 u . . . tlOUlc vuict vix v w -
Field-Is an aneler wh6 has angled al-i1n,u.rt tn a. "home coming" celebra-
mtst ground the world and one who ' tkm. M v 1 friend "Bill . White,' wno
Kauai stood bv a man who. had proved, him-..
self worthy" of' support and was -known to the.u
voters. ' ', . , ..
rornml7(8 flshinz ; waters- when .. he
meets them. It is his ambition to or
ganize the Hawaii Tuna club and he
usually accomplishes what - he under
would be, senator, might come : in on ;
this proposition, t c .
At least the anxious ones weren't left long in a luncheon in which fish win play an
.loubt as to which way. the race for delegate was SaCit .naoOTo, hy th.
going. ; ; : ; " c - , secretary pro tem, who has a &
. : : ' v ' that defies translation, that
. , ,. - . ''for the Spirit of Hawaii" Leahl Home
: It's just as easy to vote under the new as tne. benefit wiU be on sale at the luncheon
1r1motlirv- ! ' : : by J- D. Levenson.
All of the professional politicians now say (
tney Knew u au ine time. , - :
Jl TnP!T.' COHEN : Its back to busl-
nMi tnr mA I am a Kood loser. Yes,
t?tBy flchoi-o nnA flahin will DTOVB 1 am rpftdv to lumil In and do Sll ttat
Interesting topics at this -particular ji can to help the winner in uie majur-
luncheon ana . it . is possioie iaai. any conieu ""7"-
offer as to the loyally 01 my ineuuo.
imddv MURRAY: ; : I will
h tht nartv . and the patty's
a signature j nominee for mayor, who, I am glad to
slstent ReDubllcan. As I
repeatedly stated aurmg iuc toujp 1
I wanted to see tne pany
men who had stood by it in the past.
Rice's friends say it was a Jonah, all right.
How do you like the direct primary law!
Election bet payments are in orden
WHAT IS TRUE LOVE?
O ice Into a life of almost every man
i woman comes an experience that
1 es existence divine. Then human
- tures live not on the sordid earth
t in heaven. They are transfigured
and become aa If new-born.
f is changed also around them, the
-eets are gold, the stars sing, the
'rid is crystaL This experience is
'111 irt i3TSt
It Is a kind of madness. It is like up In a world of their own. Tney want
intoxication. It is a drema, a wonder,; no one elsel i . Their, thoughta cannot;
a miracle. Common to all people, itcpg intense concentraUon upon one
Is yet the most -uncommon, amazing. ' monomaniacs. ; ;
8 355 "man for one j ' To the man in true love with one
woman. It Is the mating instinct of woman all : other, women 1 have some-
nature as translated into spirit quail-: thing repellant toward him.
ties . by the deep human heart and the 1 We may love many times, but the
majectic human brain. . ; ' great true love comes but onca Dr.
The first effect is to shut out all the Frank Crane, In Woman's World "for
rest of mankind. The two are walled ) September. . i . J
DWELLINGS FOR. RENT
. : . 1 . .'.T bedrooms
nzi Palntrt X'aTTp v Road ..... i . S bedrooms
prospect and v Ala pal Stsv. V. . 1 .3 bedrooma . . . 4
rxtUt At rh.inc r'?2-.:. ft "bedrooms. ...I.
. ' " " UNFURNISHED HOUSES:
t A - - - - " . . . .3 nearooms - -. .
1322 Lunalilo St
Young Strc'i ..J... .... 2
Paioio-Hin .: ..3 1
;IU3: Kirsu-Ct. - !
Alota L-.-3 -
rr '? '
. v . r '
. . f 2: r5 on
.r.-;-;r; -3 bedrooms 'w.ijvf.f-ff; :
! IX Bd..v.v-3 bedrooms ''?' fl I
'-' .i .3 teircc"
. .... 1
S3 . TpjigS
HOUSES FOR RENT
, . . 40.00
Levers Road (WalkikU bedroams.
Kinau SL. J 3 bedrooms.
Kalla and Lewera , i.. v3 bedr'ma( gar.). ;: 125.00
.2335 Oaha Ave. (Manoa) -,y.3 bedrooms..... ..100.00
Oahu Avenue -. . . ... .......... . 3 bed room s 60.00
s Cotatge Adams -.-LV.., i''..- 2 bedrooma.... .V" 50.00
.2015 Lanlhuli "Dnv. . .'V.
; 1324 Lunalilo SL..... ......
, 1128 Wilder Ave.;.. . . . . . .
1126 King st
Tl325 5th Ave. (Kalmuki) .
" 1742 Young St, . . . . . ... ..... 4
1328 Klnau SL
; Cottage In rear of 2051 LanK
v ..' . hull' Drive? ........... ..
1 1048 Young SL ..I. .
1546 Thursday Ave.. . . ... . . . . . . .
. 3 bed'rms (gar.) .. 10.00
3 bedVms(gar.). . .', 42J0
. 3 bedrooms. . . . . . 30.00
. 5 bedrooms. . . . . .'. 50-00
, .2 bedrooms. . .... 20.00
. 2 bedrooms...... 25.00
. 3 bedrooms. ... . . .' 35.00
2 bedrooms..;... 270
',2 bedrooms...... 30.00.
5 Dedrooms.'.. ... 60.00
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Cor. Tort and ii trchaat St
1 s f ...
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