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'Amy, Navy and National Guard
4v in Majestic Funeral Proces-
sion; Full Regiment of In
fantry to Be in Line; Body m
State Today at : Kawaiahao
Church, Viewed By ' Public
Queen Llliuokaiani'a body i lying In
atate at Kawiiahao church today,
viewed by ailent hundreds. The body
of the dead queen lies In the midst of
indescribable beauty., and 'picturesque
ness. The public ,will -be allowed ac
cess to the church until 10 tonight.
IMPRESSIVE - miliaary honors from
the army, navy and national guard
-will-be accorded the late Queen
Liliuokalanl, arrangements . having
been made for a representation Irom
each ot these in the funeral procession
In addition to the part which the
army will have with its funeral escort
in the procession a salute of 21 guns
fired by a battery of the 1st Field Ar
tillery in the capitol grounds has been
Jdered by Brig.' Gen. Johnjr. IWIsser.
-In the funeral procession represent
ing the army of the XJnltedStates will
be the Jtull Tegiment of the-2nd Infan
try from Fort Shatter a full squadron
of the 4th Cavalry from Schofield Bar
" racks and a battalion of the 1st Field
' ArMiiATv from Schofleld. This : will
" make' up a funeral brigade.
Niuu tA R Reoresented.V
CapU George R. Clark fs m
Taneements at Pearl Harbor
the navy" re presented; with a
inn from' fh naval station-1
to' have Mr !;
v ,y Foar. companies ; of ; ih national
V guard now encamped at Kawailoa will
- t form a" provJfctonaMjattalion ;ar Si'guard
; i cf honor to the late queen's remains.
These companies will ,be chosen, one
from each- Island - of the gf oup. -.
As the f uneral procession begins its
way from thev former . palace ot the
dead 4jueen ;the field -rtlllery battery
sUtloned in the, grounds will, take up
the regulation salute of 21 guns. At
intervals of one minute each the salute
R ill he fired.
Col. Eirl C. Carnahan, commanding
the 25th Infantry at Schof ield Bar
racks, has been designated in com
mand of the funeral escort detailed
for the occasion by the army. -Schools
to Pay Tribute
Formal tribute to Hawaii's dead
queen will be made by students of the
public and private schools on Friday,
a half holiday having been set for this
day among the schools of the territory.
Five hundred school children; com
posed of the eighth grades of all the
city schools and the senior classes of
McKinley high school and the terri
torial normal school will march in a
procession on Friday afternoon. An
nouncement to this . effect was made
today by L. G. Blackman, acting super
intendent of public instruction.
Procession at Thomas Square -
The procession will form at Thomas
Square, leaving promptly at 1 o'clock,
and passing up King street to Kawaia
hao to present floral tribute to the
dead. A floral offering will be laid
by the bier, by each of the classes. In
the procession will also march the
principals of; the various schools and
the teachers of the separate grades. It
will disband at Central Grammar
school. , -.
Friday, morning is to be given over
any private schools of the city to
- pay respect to the memory of Queen
Liliuokalanl. Formal request for a
part In the funeral ceremonies was
made today by- Mr. Blackman to Maj.
F. J. Green, who wirelessed at once to
Governor Plnkham arranging the half
Ceremony at Queen'a Bier
Indescribably ; beautiful and ; impres
sive was the ceremony of . the-kahili
bearers around the" queen'a bier this
morning from 8 o'clock to 10, when
the Daughters of Hawaiian AVarriors,
with Mrs. AValter Macfarlace as cap
tain, had the watch. On eitlier side
of the bier stood five members of the
society, all clad in black holokus, with
the short cape of yellow, red and black
worn : by the warriors, over their
shoulders, and yellow feather leis, one
or two of. which showed the" red of
high warriors, around their heads.
Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, as captain,
wore a long black cloak that tlraped
her stately figure from head to fooh
und over -the top of this, cloak she
wore the short yellow and red cape of
the Warriors. She held no kahili; but
stood immovable for the two hours of
The other ladies of this watch,
which will be on duty again before
Ihe week Is over, are Mrs. Lele Da
vauchelle, Mrs. Junius Kaae, Mrs. J).
M. Lewis, Mrs. Annie S. Reist, Mrs.
Mary Ann Makai, Mrs. R. PaDee, Mrs.
A. Woolsey Mrs.' K. : Blshaw and Mrs.
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Chant Is Impressive f ; V ,
The solemn and impressive ; chant
ing for this watch was led by Mrs.
At exactly 10 o'clock, and before any
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KvAbovells tht; IflteriorjofV KtwalhTchurch;:phot
t..-. U aii .mhh4.Ii th ir
statlly array. The Aler.of ihe queen ,1s Just: under the broad white
arrow pointing downward, lh the center of the picture. Below, la the
crene-drabetf front, of the church, -with n Hawaiian national " guardsmen
keeping rthelrv formal -yigiiKnoxos
" -:DESPONDENT:JAPANESE KIULS SELF ; AT LEAHI -HOME. V . .
i3espbndentcover' ill health, Ishikawa, . a Japanese patient r at Leahi
Home; KafmukC this afternoon shot himself through ' the neck, and died
several' minuses'-later., He-had kept the revolver hidden iir a paper bag:
During the i rest ldur,' while jattendants'were out of the. ward, Ishikawa com
mitted suicide."" "He had"; been" an inmale of the borne for some time but left
recently: to-go to afrlerid'shome, it is. said. He was sent back four days
ago. - Coroner.' Julius Asch and -Dr. R." CAyer, of the emergency hospital,
. le1rt'imined1itely;f6r'Hhe scVne:''of'-the suicide.
. MORE ITALIAN -TOWNS IN'GERMAN - HANDS
BERLIN 'Germajiy, Nov: 13.-The towns-of, Fonrano, and ( Mont - Lon
gara In .Northern? Italy have been capture'd:by tbeAustro-Germans.
CANADIAN-LOAN OF.-VICTORY. ROLLING . UP FAST
TORONTO'. Can., Nov; 13.Half of the districts reported today that
the first day of the new "Victory Loan" has brought in more than :$O,O0ri,-
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CHILE TO SYSTEMATIZE BUYING
the'purchaie:by;tRe Allies 'of"'-; saltpetre, from her. extensive depositsland
studying . what course stiair be taken 'to "safeguard the interests of the pro
ducers. " ' ' : ' . ' " - "
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- MRS. WILLIAM - KENT IN COURT FOR PICKETING
-WASHINGTON, D. IV.Ndv. 13. Mrs.". William Kent, wife 'j of - former
'Congressman Kent, who is'one.'of President Wilson's strongest . supporters,
was in court" today : with 30 'other suffragists charged with obstructing traf
fic thribiigh-their actlviles"as:plckters about " the White House grounds.
The hearing was put off ,UH' Friday. ; 4
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FOOD CONTROLLERS COME DOWN HARD ON CANDYMAKERS
: SAN; FRN'CISCO," daf.,v Nov." 13. Tlie "food ; administration board vtp
day . telegriplxed to sugar refiners wa rnirig candymakers against buying
from jobbers, over the allotment from the -refiners, -and -declaring that if
such buyingfrom' jobbers is discovered,, those, responsible face an 'investi
gation and the cutting off of all their supplies. ' .
V RVE ARRESTED ON GAMBLING CHARGE .
; Detectives Belmont and rApanaiarrested five men on River near Pauabi
street ' early" this afternoon on,-a charge'bf gambling and the defendants are
now - lodged .at r headquarters. i Tlie nien are; Frank Hawkins, WrIght?Reeves,
1 Peter NaIha,CvHIguchi; and f: William Chong; '
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SUPERVISORS TO DEVOTE NOONS TO ROUTINE.
- Bills, payrolls and appropriations only will receive the attention of the
board'of'supiesrvisors at'the-meeting tomorrow noon. Items of business not
included': under -these headwUl be laid over until the meeting next7Tu.es
day evening. .The board has practically agreed that noon ' meetings will
hereafter deal 'with; only routine; items while the evening meetings will be
given over to "Other matters. "
NEW TRIAL' IS. DENIED LIONEL R. A. HART . ;
- Without argument,"; a,, motion; for a new trial for. Lionel R. A. .Hart, con
victed, of .embezzlement wasj submitted to .CircuH . Judge . Heen'cthis. after-
; noon and denied. -.The attorneyvfor Hart noted an exception and. was given
30 days from the completion "of: the transcript , of evidence to-file' his bill of
exceptionsc;Hart; was. formerly local representative of the Chatles iA.
Stoneham : Co., a- New York -brokerage ..firm. . -
J . vAULEGED PROCURER IS V FREED. BY JUROR v -I JJ
rMau Hopi a.Chlnese chauffeur,who, wlth three others, 'was. indicted by
the territorial grand jurqyjast Triday on a chargo of aiding in soliciting, was
acquitted" by; V Jury in Circuit Judge .Heeh's ;court this afternoonC Hop - was
. Indicted during, the grand jury's' investigation' of local vice conditions.: The
trial began' this ttorning.:. ( . I . ; " ' " ' - " ' ,! ';: r-
y y jAPANESEpONSUL CENSOR OF JAPANE
' RJ .for6l,. co'psul-general; of Japan-to Hawaii;. has' been appointed censor
of - Japanese newspapers published . in Honolulu' bjr Postniasteir -.D.-H. "-Mac
Adam.' 4The censoring : of ;;f oreign publicatIons ;'is required - under - the .Trad
ing ,with;the-r Enemy. Act.s and;, when Postmaster. MacAdam reiuested . .Mr.
Morol ;tOh find a capable ; man for the work; the. consul-general" r offered ' hia
own services,"; which' :were ? gladly acceiited;i '"i
Jananese trahlications off the' Dress Is lto be'cbnveved vimmdffltPlv:7tr' Wa
J cobsulgeneraI"forhis" inspection.
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V hlh"h-nlarrtfti ftl rovaltv. now
: oy. wr-puuexin. staw, pqoiograpncr.
OF! SALTPETRE BY THE ALLIES!
;The majority of the Japanese newspapers
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I NEW YORK STOCK
MARKET TODAY I
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American Sugar Rfg.
American Tel., 4. Tel. . .
C.; M. & St. P. (St. Paul)
Cuban Cane ' .
Erie Common . ... ......
General . Electric . .
Generar Motors, New ..
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... .68 ,
Great Northern Pfd.
Inter. Harv N. J. .
Kennecott Copper .
Lehigh R. R.
New York Central , .
Pennsylvania . .
R ead infl Com. m.6 n .".
Southern Pacific ...
Studebaker . . . .
Texas Oil .
Un'on .Pacific' . .
U. S. Steel
- 92 93
Weste rn' Union '
79 ' 79.
.'BItf.'.; f Ex-dlyldend. iUnquctedi?
,v;That Uhe ;.busraess . ' of theUhited
StAtes : g6yernmcntr.atag..and;lerri-'
toriesate: exempt from the I war itax;
is - the information received1 !fn the;
office; frnKthdeplnnt "oQustfceJ
Wash Ington; iDN0- TT l
be imposeL oni; sucu government hus
in ess as freieht transportatibnlT traas
portatioh , by f exprjfess;jtr
ANOTHER CHINESE REVOLT;;
THREE GARRISONS START
UPRISING IN MANCHURIA
(SrecUl CM to" JMppu Jiji) .
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4- TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 13. The .4
Chinese, sarrisons .of ;the three- 4
nmvinn&a In Manrhiiria are .noW;4-
:,.f ix Ik I
o5?f Ias l ln Pen revolt against the Peking
J'4 government. The repprtstof-dls-,
are being -received trom many t
Doints in northern China. . 4-
According to the latest -Peking 4
despatches Cen.'Tuan Chi-Jul,'the :?
. premier, who was largely respoixv 4
sible for China's dccla ration t . of
war against Germany, is fast. lbs- 4
4- ing -his influence among theChi- 4
..nese .generals. It is observed 4-
here that there is a strong possi- 4
Ability of Tuan's resignation in the .4
'near future. - . ,4-
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CHINA DENIES JAPAN- V :
HAS SPECIAL RIGHTS
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; WASHINGTON', . D. C..: Nov. 13.
Fprmal ; protest against the' recently
announced . agreement - between 'the
United- States -- and' Japan, 'completed
during - th e'4visit in Washington .'of Vis
coynt;, ishil,' . was yesterday presented
0 the depattmenf of state; by the Chi
nse ambassador.; The protest is prac
tically identicarjtf terms with-the,' one
which it Js'reported ' jR-as . presented to
.Japan-..;. .n .. - 1 .-V- -' 7
riTh'e chief Dointrof objection ; which
China Vrsuses to '.the4':. agreement; is; the
recognition, oM Japan vnaymg. special
righta in China. ' The claim of China Is
that'there should be no special' rights
InV China admitted and; that-such ad
missions are 'dangerous- to the.natIonal
ihtegrity and" subversive,' to the; Inter
ests of the. country. V' V.0;v v
kThe Mother, provisions ; of the agree
ment ,4contala .little 'thai ound" ob-
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"If Present Procedure Contin-
? lies; Only Matter of Years
Until We'll Have No - More
; ' Public Lands, and Territory
Will Lose . Revenue"; Put
Control - in Proper Hands;
: Adiuitment of Question Will
1 Be -Sad News to Politicians
points on lands made by e. f.
: bishop ;
Sugar interests of Hawaii -not op
posed .to homesteading. .: .
fium, nteresta ara ecoosea to "wna
and dangerous system" now operative.
Where, but in Hawaii, is it seriously
proposed to open for;homestead!ng at
low figures land , of aireaay nign; ae
velooecf market value? :
: Homesteader now more of land spec
ulator than farmer. i v
; Experience of past show folly of
willy-nilly opening of lanaa, ;
t What is left of lands should be con
served for Dublic aood. . i
Laws should be modified to out lands
under, control which may use 'discre
tion as to opening. r; ;.
- Declaring in favor of suitable
control of public lands by ter
ritorial officials to ' end ; the
present ."vrifd and I dangerous
system, K. Faxon Bishop,; in
the following; letter to the btar-
Bulletin ; today, speaks vigor
y Ticu will uis&ipaie iub iciit-!
tofy's present' much-needed
revenues. ; r
His statement, of special interest
because of the changes in the land
laws discussed by members of the
visiting congressional party, is ; as
follows: - '
Editor .Honolulu . Star-Bulletin:
Your: editorial ; of Saturday last on
"Homesteading and the Public Land
(Continued on page three)
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The president of the United
States having appointed Thurs
day; the twenty-ninth day of this
month of November as a day of
national thanksgiving and prayer,
I recommend that the people of
this territory join- in the observ
ance of that day in a profoundly
The greatest gift of the people
of Hawaii has not been the extra- -ordinary
financial prosperity of
the year or their wonderful liber
ality in Red Cross work and the
financial support of the national
governments but that the convic- .
tion is gradually permeating the
body politic that true manhood
and true womanhood are the foun
dations on which human society
in this territory rests and that
wealth or the pride of wealth
cannot buy ' the virtues that go to
make up a nation.
We cannot forecast the future
with a world so frightfully in
volved, but we , can - thank Al
mighty God that we have in Ha
waii such numbers of all national- :
ities '. eager to sacrifice, that the
nation may live true to the prin
ciples on which it Is founded. . .
Let us with deep appreciation
thank the National Guard of Ha
waii,' that they of all voluntary
organizations in the Union led in "u
time and relative ; numbers and
urgethelr desire for service may '
be granted. ;
V.Pray not only for-the"; spirit
but the strong arm of Righteous
ness . , . .- -V;;
; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto ' set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the Ter-
, ritcry. of Hawaii to be affixed. .
' Done at the Capitol in Honolu-
lu, this 10th v day of November,
A. D. 1917. - ; .
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. LUCIUS E. PINKHAM,
'v ; Governor of Hawaii.
By '.the Governor.
. (Signed) v'-; ,.''.'.,
Curtis P. laukea. Secretary of
Hawaii. - "!a':';"''-;U
PROMOTION IS GIVEN
; Through department orders issued
today CapL Harold F. Loomis. ie
partment 4 casual officer, is relieved
fronv.that duty ana Is made assistant
to , the - department ' Intelligence offi
cer.' Captain John -N. Smith, Jr., 1st
Infantry; . is . named as department
casual - officer, . v succeeding . r Cap t
Loomls. ;.;: Capt. , Sa.muel Tllghman,
whose place ; is being taken by Capt.
Loomis, is detailed to department
headnnarters until the date of his
Kerensky Regains Measure of
S Power and Petrograd is the
Scene of Desperate Fighting;
Finnish Papers Say Maxim-.
alist-BoIsheviki Faction De
feated s; :
(AuodaUd Trt$7 V. S. StvaX WirIass.
: LONDON, Eng., Nov. 13 Wireless
messages received here late today say:
that the Bolshevikl leaders claim to
have completely defeated Kerensky
and General Kocnlloff,
v(hile this claim 6f the Bolsiievikls
is in ' effect disposed 1 of by the ad
vices from other sources showing the
Kerensky party is winning back pow.
er,' it settles the point ' previously
known as to what role Kornlloff. de
posed recently as commander of tho
Russian armies, is now playing.
Kornlloff now appears as a supporter
of Kerensky, with whom he has joined
military forces to avert the Imminent
Russian ; separate peace which the
Bolsheviki-MaxiniaI!st clan advocates.)
Nov. 13. Xews from Rus
sia today indicates thatPonner
Premier A. P. Kerensk v is win
ning1 back his power, and that
the factions oppofsing him are
cn the vcrare of entire defeat.
A Stockholm despatch today
says that Kerensky fs troops,
Pet rc6ffa3Tr5o Wfcontrol part'bT
the capital, especially the Ncv
sky Prospckt, the main tlior-
oughfare, along which there
has been sharp battling.
The Boishejriki leaders have
taken -refuge in the Sinolny in
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sov. 13.
General Kornlloff. the deposed com
mander of the Russian armies, has
again entered Petrograd.
The entire garrison, except the
sailors, are joining his forces, says a
despatch to the Social Demokraten,
under a Monday date line.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 13.
The Finland papers announce that
Kerensky is now in Petrograd with
the troops loyal to him and declare
unreservedly that the Bolsfcevikis
have been overthrown.-Messages from
Moscow say that southern .Russia,
controlled by the Cossacks, acknowl
edges the leadership of Kerensky.
Kerensky has announced that Mos
cow will be the seat of hi3 govern
WASHINGTON HEARS OF
BLOODY FIGHTING BY
FACTIONS IN RUSSIA
WASHINGTON, D. C Nov. 13.
Petrograd despatches last night told
of the sending of a sub-committee
from the committee of public safety
from the capital to Gatchina to seek
to arrange a compromise between ths
Bolshevikls. Maximalists and Keren
sky and his forces. No report of
their arrival or the conference having
been held was received last night but
the action was Indicative of the meas
ures which are being taken to Insure
internal peace and of the fact that
Kerensky Is a force to be recognized
and that the radicals are fully cogni
zant of'it and recognize their own
weakness without him.
Information reached Minister Mor ;
ris at Stockholm that there had been :
a bloody battle fought near Gatchina;
The advancing Kerensky forces, lei
by the Iron Man himself, met a fores
the . ultra-radical . government had
sent from Petrograd and the engage-;
m en t followed. He was; not advised
of the result but notified the state :
department here of the advices which ,
had reached him. j r -;
Anxiety , continues to prevail in of-
flclaland diplomatic circles here. The :
hope that Kerensky ill put down the ;
Bolsbeviki-Maximalist uprising and ;
fftrw n more "conservative cabinet;
than anything which can be expected
from those elements, and that bc'may ;
keep his country ;Ia place among the
Allies persists but it is admitted that t
in any event the morale of the army .
has been further and most dangerous
ly shattered. . .-''' ;;; -, r:r
BOYS IN FRANCE GET
;; THANKSGIVING GRUB
: WITH THE AMERICAN . TROOPS
IX, FRANCE, Nov. ;. 13. Turkey3.;
mincemeat; cranberries, nuts, oranges ;
and sweet potatoes for the Thanks
giving dinners of the various units of
the American army in France arrivel
at the camps today Iron the 'United'
.cue :sxa- ieis"ajja .dessaita. ;