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Havallaa SUr. VoL XX. No. 6422. .
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T I ( II II I, tl II fill I I I lll.tm
;JJuty nerej pays '
tt ;' 'Nbtab!e;xhange8in'tininur;plans;for.VOahtk,' are foreshadowed, tS
i IX by tbe plan outlined -below Xor a regiment tor . Infantry x to oe ; sta- tt
vtt tloned;in or. near Honolultt.w The: Twentyefghth infantry; aecord- "
, l Ing to authentic report is to be
Ma 1 tlf ri t .'Dull At (i rVtt-t-orwnf1knr4k1 '
( KCHOHELDi BARRACKS, Oct. JA.---
.;ijy-"imderferoun'(l wireless" that means
of cOTmnunlcsLtfon .whirh' altbotigii uii -
known to , i clence, . carries . news or
s w ' ": 'near tbe city, a plan which has. eTidently resulted from the meeting' tt i
i X -Sphere last July of the Military. defense board., , H ; '-' "-- 'X
) aray. 'plins and army doings faster
V Mhan the wires or mails, comm' the
,; ' -! ortl that the Twenty-eighth Infantry
t lb toon to be ordered to Hawaii. rUi
; . iernorcVa 'well 'defined .rumor has -It
; Ubat the regiment wll not be sUUonrd
"at Sctoficld Baracks; but will be'quat
- i tered in or near, Honolulu. ::-,:
This C'fpcsltion'of th troop? tome
' . at a bis sarrrise to all but a -very few
yf trmy efneers In, 'tbe department
department' i s
rriations ( the
enboJlci in xecomrr
c : u?riDK xf i he ucU;
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- : -.-uoa, is cause ;or
: ... ,v ;-,-vv-
:i for the ch i cf, .Inn-;
that .n full
tcf lr.f:r.try le
General .taff, ;as to concentrate all throughout Honolulu today were low-1 tion on arrival, less I2.0Q a tofi..Detatl
the col."3 tr?ors of Oahu at .thoiieid ered " to half-mast, -.and the 'Uv' ' dls-'-not' having been received. Mr. ;Paxton
ltarrac:;s,- witi- the .eti-option of fl" trict court at the BresUon of :Dls' could not Inform: thetar-BuHetln re
one lr',-,:r-: ct rcrl-'hafrv.H.ina trict , Attorney,.' TLW CreckbW ad- porter whether there was any itipula
for the' pcrrr.snesf poti wt choficl.d"; jpurnedi its ' session "foe the day V 1 1 Uon In the contract for the, shipment
1 ' ' " "'T: TCliUant of V The Yice-nreKldent wMlnnvn nr. 'of nortlon: of.,the' miM.r hv mII
.5 ..3 in ia; retommenua- i He -was a delightful man to inppt:
s cf ihs ' T Eoard.' which courts iii't .iffihie-'T.T.toi-of
cavened Lcravl-ji-Julr .and ih?vh. it .times exbfesse'd "a " Ifvelv ; interest Irf
i:. ...;.;a, Icr lha Cefe.a of tbe cilyiln governmental or legislative matters
atd cf Pearl Harlsr. v: .:. I in. whichlhe mieht be of assistAYiPft.
i . :a r aiathe Increaiing scartiiy J He always appeared to be very frlend-
cf' v ;tcr tt Cchccld Earracks makes vlylto the Territor.i.'-r.-'-:"-..--'
it . c -trciscy: TIikely .that, any ;;ere J , Shermans:' death ava President'
trr,c;s . vrc.I be crrti thJntiTmIttonra-raM
tue rcrmancr.t post , s , CnUhed, at Mg campaign that reaches; Its climax
i..c i uzzs icre wm oe an aDuna.
RtiEtl":?ly: ":y-V caused some specuiaUon! as to'the ef.
The Tvc-ty-cigbth infantry as,. fect on the election. Should Taft be
with thexceptlon-ori tour ia Cuba .reelected'there ,wUl be k vacancy" in
...dcrts- 'p&cificationr ays. been Jn, the office of -vice-president. The .lat-ccnt-cntal
Unlted'States for. a nVter's is princioally to preside over the
er cf years, and known to be cessions or the senate, W the law
for over-seas service.'. (provides that in the case, of vacancy
Cchc . e!4 Carracka Notes; ; 'Jtbat position shall be filled by the elec
r Lajor George H, McManus. Inspec- tion, , by the senate, of a temporary
r General, upon the conciUSIoa . of Resident. -This means iat I Taft Is
the field . firing -tf the.artiUery devotr fleeted again the senateTmutt choose
' ei "n;ainder of is stay, at the ,-ft . temporary; thalrman, Who will pre
jost to the inspection nd condemna-- 8lde over .the deliberaiions2 of that
; tion cf nnesrviceaWe arms and equiD-rbcdythe next four yekrs. - v : ,
meets, of various organizations here i . 4. , T . ' "v
stationed.. Owing to lack of time he ' Also; a' opening session of con
was unable tb passion the aceumula- f18.8 i.n4P6cember temporary, presl
tion of otLer worn out or damaged den of 1;??nlte. ftvCho 10
material of which a- vast quantity Is 8el ve untI1 Marcn 4- -t u Ither Wilson
on band and it will have, to wait the f 5?(?eIeLt U ectear President of
arriral of another Inspector General - .ywted SUtes the temporary nead
I troa Western Division Headquarters. cthe senate will retire from his 'post-
! ' , - -' -3. ,; tion when, the new officials take office
:served as Chief jof Staff for. the Blue While Che effect of Sherman's death
Army,'! in the recent maneuvers; has V on" the campaign;: is not considered
been dvised of the serious . illness of hi re to; be great, It ; was ' . generally
Mrs. Bell that culminated In an opera , commented on the street today j that
lion for append Icitis. Happily ! ? later ! Taft's chancea, none too bright as they
ftews was of a more, favorable nature - are, will be lessened by, the death 6
xand herJipeedy recovery Is assured .fcls running mate. - A strong Roosevelt
Captain Bell t though a recent ar- supporter said this morning that he
rival; has firmly - established, himself '.believes that Wilson rather than
professionally In the garrison by i-1 Roosevelt wlirplcknp-the votes that
son of his excellent work as chief of ' tbe.Taft cause may drop,- his estimate
- Colonel Wilder's staff and his old ; pi the situation . being that the Taft
.,. W comrades of the Second Infantry adherents- are violent "antl-Roosevef .
hre rejoicing tver; his "unchanged re- jnen ; and will prefer to: vote for r
putatlon. v ' , ; j-M? v -r4 : i
Lieut v CampanbU. of the 1st Infan-1
try a recent arrival from special duty
(Continued on page 3.)
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In' respect to the memory
president James Schoolcraft Sherman,
'whbse qeath eccurred last night, flags
sonally 1 to few In this city. Governor
, rrear, Who tad met him on several;
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occas awhile -viEitlisi-thecxtloual.orranized , Teh
capital on oQcial business said: y
' Hawail.f inauirinz coneemlnr .'mnrti.
Itlons here and offerine his aid f reel v
and. cIora next .TiiprHhv an it "ham
v Democrat rather than for 1
the big Bull
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 30. Beets:
88 analysis, 3s. 3d. Parity, 3.93 cents.
Previous quotation, 9s. 33-4d.
$10,000 GIVEN AS MEMORIAL
In Memory of Mother, Makes
Donation for Schooling ;
, . "of Needy 6irls -
Rufus P. Spalding, of Kealia, Kauai,
has given $10,000 as memorial fund in
memory of his mother, the income of
which is to be devoted to the mainten
ance of girls in needy circumstanr
and worthy of assistance. It will be
used to support at least four young
wemen, giving - them, the requisite
training to become teachers in fv
public schools. The gift Is to be
14 PAOESHONOLULUTERRITOBr OP PAWAilHUlisbXiV OClSlii
X . I II I . ? a . III. y .
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Hawaiian Magnates Close Two
Years7 contract w:th Amer
lean Refining Co; j?
ALL PRODUCT TAKEN BUT
THAT HANDLED ON COAST
Terms of Purchase Unchanged,
4 Cased on New York. Quota-
tion on .Arrival
, A 'renewal f of th "contract . i w ?
Sugar Factors : Company ? with i the
American i Sugar Refining Compn
commonly called the,Sugar Trusty
has been made .ia New York. ' Elmer
I E, Paxton,'; of-K Alexander-, A B-aldiv In,
I.td yesterday received a cablegram
stating that .the contract had been
eisned. ': . " . . . ,': " -
j , ivepreseniing ,f me local sugar . men
fin tho . tronigoMnn won mrrimftfeo
conwBting of E. D. Tenney,' president
i Wd Ev Faxon Bishop, vice presiu?
the SF. Co.. and Joseph P. Cooke;
of Alexander. & Baldwin.' 4- :
' i'he contract Is for two yeirs,from
October 1, 1913, during which period
the American " Refining Company will
Factors' Company w
ed by the latter for;
which Is not requlr-
the Pacific, const
j -Terms of purchase of the sugar; are
-xnchangea. being the New York quota-
.: around Cape : Horn.- Possibly, there-
fere, It may all be sent.by . the -finelt
uantepecV route of - the
Ame rican-Haw&llanU Steamship Con
"My, pwh opinion, of jCapt Parker
Is ' one of the :. most thorough respect
and confidence, and : 1 can and shall
vote for him for sheriff with as clear
a conscience as I ever voted for any
bory In my life.5 1 , shall not only vote
for him, I shall be glad to aid in his
election in any . way , possible, and I
have ho ' hesitation " in declaring - my
I belief . that' he should .be elected sher
Such was the emphatic - statement
this morning of Mr. W. A. Bowen, He
was asked by the Star-Bulletin for his
opinion on- the sheriff-ship,' as an of
fice involving' the preservation' of or
der and the upholding of law in this
city.: - - -:- -v" -::r:r-:
Without hesitation : Mr.- Bown ' re
plied that he . intends to vote for Capt
Parker, and equally without) hesita
tion , be proceeded with at strong, in
dorsement of Capt Parker's personal
worth and: his ability' as an officer of
tbe law. -. , . : -V-
"His record as a member of the. po
lice department for many years show
ed, that, he. is efficient" says Mr. Bo
wen, "and J .consider that during the
past several years . that Capt Parker
was not i in . office, then this communi
ty has suffered a loss. I feel that he
Is the kind of man we can well afford
to put into office. He is devoted to
his duty hnd will do It: faithfully."
Mr. Bowen related several Incidents
showing Capt Parker's fine personal
ity as well as his worth as a police
"He.vWlU-ha all the support that
I can glve Jilm," said Mr. Bowen,
"and I know9 that if elected he will
make good" ' ,
known as the Wilhelmina H'ltris
Spalding Memorial Fund.
The - beneficiaries selected are to
ht-Ve' all: expenses paid durinsr rnei
schooling at '"the Kaitilani Horn? for
Girls in Honolulu and until they gradu
ate from; the Territorial Normal and
Training school and are prepared to
assume their duties as instructors. As
soon as these graduate other benefi
ciaries will be chosen to fill the places
Two beneficiaries under the fund al
ready have taken up their studies at
tbe Normal school and two others (win
te chosen as soon as practicable.
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CZ A R jpEBDiy A ji D; OF BPl6 ABIA, ,,
His RoundsTbf 'Big Siirjar Agen-
:vt cies Bring; Forth Wof ; V5
?f 4 :ResiiItsv "v.;
-''Failure to secure the support of the
big sugar corporation, of the Terrir
tory, and anger MJnej County Demo
cratic organization., arg the chief con
tributing causes that-sent U U Mc
Candless to Maul during' the last week
of his campaign tor Delegate to Con-
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gress. '; ,-;-..(,.?;.i.;(; c.-.j,-.,,..,. v l court ; before Judge Xarnach, who ex
: ' McCandless went to' Maul with Ma- amined teveral wltneses tojthe drama
yor Fern yesterday !havlng prttctically i He shooting near the entrance to the
abandoned hopof carrying' Oahu or iintefisland Steam Navigation. coal
even of giving' Kuhio -a - clse, fight j wharf yesterday j morning.' ?
here, according to reports from Demc L; Labona was formally charged wltn
crats on the Inside of things. Fern's J assault with a deadly weapon with la
strength on Mani Is relied upon to,,, commit imurder and he. has
help McCandless pick some votes, j heen committed ''to - the circuit court
That McCandless utterly failed in4 ti , - :r i v-
a hard atempt to get the support of
the big sugar agencies, has been a
maUer of discussion among poitl-
clans for several days. Two agencies efter leaving the police sUtlon y'ester
at least it Is cerUIn, declined flatlyiday mornlng the fireman who was a
to give McCandless support -when be'njpijjntng itnets against Captain
went hat in hand, figuratively, if not l c0ncnn rn a cJiaree ; of , assault
literally, speaking, to ask their help.
It has been stated by1 men In a 'posi
tion to know, that McCandless made
the rounds of the "Big Five" without
any tangible results in the shape of
v While he was failing to secure the
support of tae powerful corporations,
the Democratic delegate was also at
war with the Oahu county campaign
organization. Democrats closely con
nected with the campaign manage
ment say that the real reason why Mc
Candless refused to "come through"
with his usual fistful of funds is that
he learned that both Mayor Fern and
Sheriff Jarrett intend to support Dele
gate Kuhio. Upon learning this, it is
said, and guessing that many others
of his fellow-Democrats did not intend
to vote for him, McCandless came
out in the open and declared that he
didn't intend to put up money for
luaus and other campaign expenses
for members of his party who were
prepared to desert him.
This anger led to the outburst a
few days ago when he. told the Star
Bulletin that he would spend no mo
ney for his campaign except for his
personal expenses, and that under no
consideration would he scatter around
the coin in the usual pre-election
McCandless is expected back on
Saturday. Republican leaders today-
were discussing a report that he had
conceded the election to Kuhio, but
that report could not in the absence
of Link, be verified.
It is said the product of Klondike
gold mines will be $1,500,000 greater
this year than in previous years.
LeIdeR Oy THE AtlfEP AR2I1 ES
, 1 r-.
piremah of Freighter Arraign
-f ed and Makes State-
: - ment
' That John Labona a .fireman, in the
Norwegian steamship Guernsey Intend
e to end the career of Captain P.
Forenson master of that vessel and
then take his own life, .was the state
ment brought out. this morning follow,
lne a preliminary hearing , at . District
Labona was given the oportunlty of
jmakln a statement in his own bebt ;
fl,, mnrnlnr ?lt:waa Mearnedthat
and battery, proceeded to the Norweg
ian consulate. ' '' ''"', " '
He made inquiries as to his rights
and is said was told that upon his re
turn to the ship and to dap he would
t e made to forfeit rae months pay be
cause of his- action and insubordina
tion. 1 "
Labona alleges that it was explained
to him that he must comply with the
regulations governing 'the articles that
ne signed before shipping ' in ; the
Guernsey at Newcastle N. 8. W. '. .
The prospect of losing this amount
of money- is said, to have greatly
angered the fireman. He left the.con
tulate and is believed then followed
the skippe of the Guernsey to the
According to eye-witneses the firing
of four shots by Labona at Captain
Sorenson took place along about ten
o clock yesterday morning as the skip
per had just passed the gate that
guards the entrance to the coal wharf.
Labona is-also said to have been
given the impression that in as much
ap Captain Sorenson had been fined
115 with S3 court costs, this sum
would eventually come from the pay
i-t the fireman who would be compell
ed to remain with the vessel to the
completion of the voyage.
Labona is understood to have made
the declaration that under no circum
stances would he etand for the, deduc
tion of this sum from his wages.
The defendant was not represented
by consul but he will be provided Th
an attorney when the case comes up
for trial at the circuit court -
(Continued from page two.)
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A UigsIFdrciriei JheirOtWav
ies forcing i
i Soon IRepbr t At Vi c n ir.
; Constantinople Point Cf Ar.:
-:l 7. '.: -tAssoclated Press Cablel -A..--
SOFlA Blgariv October 31 T he: C-!:2rlan amy hi ;t a -victory
over, the-main ; Turkish force, corr-:!:::' rc-t!-3 Z T.
teriiflo three day's' battle thlrty-or. mllei from tv 3 lt:, 1 u
v The Turks fled leaving their dsad' and w:ur.':J ci t. ; t
V.Tha flselna army : took refuss at
VIENNA, Austria, - October-3tw It
will not permit the Balkan allitr to
- : IPEK, Turkey October 31 T: ;
the Turkish garrison fleeing bf- -
1' NEW YORK, October 30. -Chairman HlHes cf ths r.:.V -1
committee has called a spetial r ::t!nj cf t.-.s c:':": f..
for tha purpose of selecting a succssicr ,to Vla-Pr : C
Vice-Presidant James Schoolcraft Cherman p:: . .
three o'clcsk last n!;ht in h!a hom in Ut!c, in
hsrs cf t)i .fc-.uy. f5r:!:::J t- : ,-:i i'...t .
ii;:s ii tu.i f - ; :. . . .
I . Vk4-rre;i--r.t Chrrrnan 'was -fi;ty-s:v:n yssrs'J, : :
24, 1255. Cri-jhfs dlstisa was ths c;v.s :
U; iriDI ANAPOUS, lnd ,0:t:,r : r 3 W - "
'ni'enr "cf JiiitItetlfld"Ih"tJ. cinarr.:t; J . ,.a
C Mockln, 'tscrctary .ofs the Crli;s-wcr: :rs' U-'
li;..:;i cf C;U;tiviCur'nt to th ?irp ..r-i..--exclcsion.
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kv: special Assnt Crennan followed
jnaras 'had; pietteq. front, Can. C'-'tnt-"
counsel, -.for. the' National Erector'; .
activity n. hunting them down. V
;.;,;.;,,-.:.;,..-, .V;, -.Aisociatf-a pre-? c."- "
CHICAGO, MlU October 31-Tbs rer;w3l cf tu.s H:v:r Ii.
Jack Johnson, the champion ' pugilist,; has fc::n h!J t? t 1 : c
doners and will be-refused unless .Johnscn can -rrevs a ;::J r :r;l c
tcrl The actidn grows oufcf the Lucille Canrsron ir:, J- i.
At once the largest and most order
ly -crowd ' thus far Wwsembled -at
"Soapbox 4 Corner': this afternoon.
Charlie Barron, boss of the dally func
tion; took the first three-quarters ; of
an hour for. himself Before . he had
reached the fifth to the last .J lap ;of
his language marathon there r were
cries ; to "give : , somebody- ;eise : a
chance, but he stood ; on the. order
of his going until' he was exhausted
of - the whole magazine of Democrat
ic ' ammunition. : No Republican 1 re
sponding to : his call . tor .' the next
speaker, he hailed Charlie Hustace
cut of the crowd, who was at It when
tbe Star-Bulletin reporter left!
x- Barron's main : speech today was a
reply to Delegate Kuhlo's disclaimer
of responsibility for the employment
of alien ' labor on Federal works In
Hawaii. - He told of, the employment
of Chinese, Japanese,; Koreans, Fili
pinos and Porto Ricans on work at
Lellehua and Pearl Harbor,, and said
that the Territorial and County gov
ernments here were able to. protect
citizen? labor from similar competi
tion. -There were three- Orientals- to
every one citizen employed on Fed
eral work here, he said. On the main
land citizen labor was better protect
ed on government work, contractors
en which were obliged to give an
eight-hour day, and fair wages. . ; .
Kuhio, said the speaker, could find
time to put through bills to enable
Sam Parker to dig ditches; and other
big men to build railroads, but could
not spare ' the , time - to assist his f el-low-Hawaiians'toearn
their living. He
repeated his previous denunciations of
the railroad trespass law, and the rest
of his usual speech in general.
Hustace started out in this prolo
gue: "I am fighting a lone hand be
cause the parties have put up can..
dates for mayor who are not fit ?b
nrfnm itntfM of the ofRce.'l lav-
Llng been chairman of the , bafd of
supervirors' two years, an i gnps
good administration, and havm? reer.
in a banking InstituUon here f jr twenty-five
years, I come before you t sk
for your votes as your next mayor.
"When Sam Parker's platform first
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May I n tc rv c :
Adrianc?!;, wh!;h ia r.: .
Is a:::rt:i Y-.rz Vl t 5
nt:r Ctn;tar.t'r.:.-r:. '
f.1ont:n:;rins have c
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Press Cab!) .
t' ) wlt'i t
appeared, 1 tc! J jcu f ' :
that ecz'5 cl th3 I '
had... TL-U r
tiat the jlatfcr. 5 . .
by Wyom'.r V' -' f
H?orge.- 1 3 t:.::t V .... I : w
jcawa"'? Cne wi. ; l.'". t I '
pur:?: - i-to tin K 1 r
cycle. tire?, if ycu vc for
you vote for two lav :rs to
hind h!.n an day ani t-!l tin
do. t And byand-by will cc3 i:
the lawyers a bill for yea to -:"l
have been informed that t
publicans this morales hire.:
runners. " . They are out f or r: y
The Democrats admit r-y tt
fighf Is between Joe F . a t. r. 1
' AD CLUB.JALIC
'Oneof the best advertlslnj tiV .
ever "given . before the Honclu' - A
Club was that made byfRev. ::r. :t :
sole this noon on the topic cf "C
AdvertlslngV v Mr. Eberscly r lit: .
int advertising.: and he bellsves .1 zi
vertislngr the churches, conduct!- t ta
cinpa45 in a live-wire and dlj z'.tlz J
mannerTIIls , remarks ; were v c
tuated with extracts from tl 3 - fir . . : - - -of
a special commlasfcn on ta? re'.
tion. of. the -church' and tfce pres3. 7 j
head of this commission V was llr.
Coleman, the present prealda-vLlh?
Associated - Advertising . Cluba vcf
America, with which the local cl ah IJ
associated. 5 Mr.- Xbensolfs s-eech
will be published in full in a tat;r tt
sue of the'Star-Bullftln ; ; ., ''.'
g boosbyiut;2;li:cti:d.; v : V
Roosevelt-carried an easy plurality
of the voting members of the Ilcaolu
lu Ad Club at its luncheon held today.
Of the fifteen voting-the recofd ttoodr ,
Roosevelt 7, .Wilson ;4;.Taft 3, Cvis lf
and Chapln none. v; .
Midshlpmarf Walter : J.' Tlgan of. Il-
Unois is to be tried at-AnnapollJ for
hazing a new student 7They only tried
to make him spin pn;hla head a few .
times. - ' ;;-.. Vs-i VszCy-Z).
; X thief Inline ;, express office at
Skagway, Alaska, sandbagged the sta-:
tion. man and got away with $1200.."
In his rush he overlooked ',$230,000
right - at ' hand,;;- .. :-X -;X':'.v . '
s . Time 'is said to be money, but as a .
rule the. more time .-a jman ;ha3tr.3.
more money he .requires ,.v-- :;- 7y