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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 17. Adolph Newburgh, one of, Abe
Ruef 's attorneys, has been indicted for attempted bribery of a juror. He
has been released on $6,000. bail. A second indictment is believed to
have been returned against Attorney Frank Murphy. The Sheriff is
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 17. A serious wreck of the Wright ae
roplane occurred here today and as a result Wright and his companion
ore in the hospital. Orville Wright and Lieut. Selfridje were operat
ing the Wright aeroplane, and while eighty-five feet in the air the pro
peller broke and the machine fell to the ground. Wright's arm and hip
were broken and Selfridge suffered an injury of the head. The aeroplane
was a complete wreck.
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-ALBANY, Australia, Sept. 17. The American Battleship Fleet under
Admiral Sperry will sail from here tomorrow. It is due to arrive at Ma
nila October 2.
MANILA, P. I., Sept. 17. The cholera cases are decreasing.
ernor General Smith states that there is no cause for alarm".
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GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, Sept. 17. An earthquake was felt here to
day. The damage was slight.
Survcjors nro working on n ronto
for tho proposed extension of tho
Rapid Transit to Pearl Harbor, and n
report Is expected within tho hext ten
days which will give data as to tho
cost of tho work. President Peck
states Hint nothing definite, has been
decided upon as to the actual build
ing, tho work being dono merely to got
data, so as to hate thorn on hand
should tho proposition over bo taken
Detective Richard Hughes of Den
ver has married Mrs. Josephine
Smith, divorced wife of Frank L.
Smith, n millionaire, whom ho shad
owed for her first husband whllo the
divorce was pending.
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IS NOT ALARMING
A petition in bankruptcy was filed
In tho United States Court th(s after
noon by A. V. Clear. Tho total liabil
ities amount to $139,020.7.1, with assets
or $117,405 55. Tho potition includes
all -tho creditors of Ooar, Lansing &
Co. Ono or tho largost, items Is $20,000
Interest. Judge Dole allowed tho pe
tition and It uill tako tho usual course.
In nn effort to avoid running Into
a peasant's cart on a road n-ar Ber
lin, Crown Prince William of Ger
many steered the automobile he wns
driving into tho ditch and tho car
turned over, the Crown Prince and
the Crown Princess being pinioned
undor jt, but not Injured.
AND HOTEL STREETS.
GusBechert, Myrtle Club
neduccil to a state of mental and
physical Ill-health, caused by worry
over a wife who persisted In nagging
and treating him and his wishes
without the slightest consideration,
flitstav C. Hechcrt. r. few tears neo
one of the finest o-irsmen that ever
lowed for tho colon of the Myrllo
Iloat Club, this morning appeared
uerore Juuge L.inusay, anu, after long.oeioro imviug ueuu w mun nuutnn
and harrowing testimony, was grunt
ed n divorce. Hechcrt 1b an engraver,
employed by Wichman & Co. and
earns on the averago a sum of $100
per month. His wife, Lucy I. Hech
crt, from whom he was granted a
sepaintlon foievcr this morning, is a
local clrl anil fnlrlv well known.
Tho couple have only been married
few years, and both very young
even now. Mrs. Dcchcrt is about
22 jears old. Only last year Bechert
rowed on the Myrtle Club senior
crew, nnd in years past ho has pulled
a sturdy oar In various crews of tho
club.' He Is well built, though great
ly run down at the present time from
the nervous strain and worry to
which ho has been subjected of late.
On the witness stand Bechert tes
tified that his wife lefthlm and werit
to San 1'ranclBco without his con
sent, and that before she left' she ran
bills at local stores that were far out
of proportion to his salary. Although
she went to 'Frisco against his wishes
he sent her the money with which to
return when she expressed the desire
so to do; but she, he stated, seemed
"tough" as a result of her visit In
tho California city,
During tho stay of the Fleets here
she was In the habit of going out to
the dances at tho Seaside and not
coming back until long after mid
night, notwithstanding tho fact that
he was sick most o( the time and
could not accompany her.
Judge Lindsay granted tho decree,
but stated that he wished somo way
could havo been found to reconcile
the coupe; that It was tho old, old
story of a woman who loved the
bright lights married to a good man
WHITE SUED FOR
Careless and negligent driving" is
alleged In the suit for damages that Relegate Kuhio and Secretary Mc
has just been begun by Lau Tong ciellan '
ngalnBt E. O. White for tho loss or
his son, Lau Kai Foy, who was killed
a result of an accident which oc
curred at the intersection, of Berc
tanla and River streets some little
Lau Tong, whq Is represented by
Attorney E. C. Peters, asks for the
sum ot 110,096,
Have .it keep right on after
you have' ceased earning.
The only way ii to take out
a Monthly Income Policy' in
It provides regular support
for yourself or your depend
ents, and protects them in
case of your death. r
See us about this new pol
SgJgT 823 FORT ST.
BABBlf HAS PLAN
Would Fill I Up All The
Grades and School
of Public Instruc
tion llabbltt has baited a meeting of
the principals ol
all the schools in
this cltv for tomorrow afternoon nt
3 o'clock for the purpose of forming
some plan whereby the over-crowded
.condition of the schools hero may bo
.overcome. The 'condition of the
schools Is unprecedented, there never
for each and ere'ry one of the lnstl
tutlons ns there are at tho present
Kuiulanl School, from the last re
port received by.Mr. llabbltt, has n
tctul oniollmcnttof C04 pupils, as
compared with I0 last ear. The
!seatlllg capacity of the Kchool Is 584.
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At the Normal ScnoQl, the leap In tho
number of students In even more
marucu, ob mere are, in me normal
.department, 130 enrolled as compar
ed with 80 last year; and in the pre-
paratory department there are G9 en
rolled as compared with 34 last year.
Almost 200 applicants for entrance
have been' turned away from this
school within tb,laBt few days,
At the Kaahumanu School there
are 657 puplts enrolled, last year's
number reaching ens, while the seat
ing capacity of, 'ft, school Is but for
C26. Reportshare not as yet come
in definitely froiri tho other schools,
but M,r, Babbitt (a assured that the
conditions are practically the same
all over the city. The High School
enrollment is much larger than it
ever wns before.
The only plan that he has to offer
to overcome this condition of affairs
Is that each and every grade be filled,
not having ono grade and room part
ly empty while another Is full to
, Commissioner F. P. 'Loom Is and
Secretary J. C. O'Laughltn, who are
on their way to Japan In connection
with the Exposition, will 'be guests
of the Commercial Club tomorrow at
the dinner to be Elven in honor ot
This is expected to ln one of the
most largely attended functions ot
the Club and there will' be more or
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Sept. 16.
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A. Y. Cafe
Long Has Not Renounced
Ambition for Sheriffship
Tho Kuhio Said 'Twas So-
R. W. Shingle Is Named For Many Honors ;
Eddie Douthitt May Run For the House;
Lane Claims He Has 160 Delegates;
' Albert McGurn Thrown Out
As the time for tho Republican
County Convention comes nearer tho
political situation is growing moio
and mora complicated, and, on
whole, chaos reigns. Plots and
counter-plots are being made, and the
air Is'thlck with deep-laid plans.
Dowtett for Miyor.s ,
Jack Dowsett Js being mentioned for
Mayor by many ot the business men
who are afraid that tho prosentibattle
between the candidates will end In tho
selection of a. candidate wh6 Is not
qualified for the office. Dowsett made
a fine record In the Senate, and al
though he is not believed to be very
keen on re entering tho polulcal arena,
there aro hopes that he may bo per
suaded to do so on account or tho im
portance ot the .'matter-
in tne race (or ine Mayoralty ma
three candidates, Lane, Lucas, nud
Hustuce, are still, all claiming the
lctory. Hustaco will say nothing
except that ho feels confident ot vic
tory. Nagaran Fernandet, Lanes
great friend, estimates that Lane has
160 of tho delegates, while Lucas
scornfully declares that Lano has not
more than CO, and that ho himself
has moro than tho 123, which aro
necessary for a majority.
Hay Sunoort Tavlor
me of Lane's friends come out
Btralght with the statement that they
will support any candidate for tho
other offices 'as long as they gain
Brength tor Lane. This statemeut
was made in answer to an inquiry as
to the truth of the report that the
Lane 'taction was going to support
A. P. Taylor, who has come out as a
candidate for Sheriff. It is, however,
reported that this is being done to
give Jarrett a still better chance in
the election, it being generally be
lleved that Taylor would bo an as
ler candidate' to defeat than either
Long or Wise.
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Our Messenger' Boys Always on Time,
Will Challenge Hustace
lAs u lartrmirt. the Lano faction
Intends to vlli Hustaco In the con-
I?ntl?Vf, POSSlblC' ',y CilH1!e?K"" w'" alfc-nWcnnt In other ays.al .
I?." r'ght ..rU" .' f candld? .:,fWhen the matter of a Major was'
the ground that he has sought th"
support of other organizations, naino
ly, the Lnborltes and the Homo Kill
ers. 'They Intend to burst forth on
the floor of thp convention the mo
ment' that Uustace is ncanlnated.'.and
to. produce trmncttei" which It Is al
leged Hustaco has sent to Notley nn 1
Hustace admitted today that he
had Jinked the Home Rulers tor their
support, but added that there wai
nothing In tho party rules providing
Kuhio Balked Long
in mo Biierinsnip ngiit tne matter
of Long's candidacy Is puzzling many
of the politicians. Yesterday after
noon Long came out without any ns
ervatlon and announced himself as n
candidate tor the Sheriffship, stating
that he expected that he could break
up Jarrctt's hold on the St. Louis
In this connection a meeting which
was held by the delegates of the Hist
Precinct of the Fourth District last
evening gains much significance in
view of the position taken on that
occasion by Delegate Kalanlanaolo.
Ho announced that Long had with
ill own f i oin tho tight for Sheriff, and
us a tonscquenca tho precinct en
dorscd Wise for the position. When
Long was told ot this this morning
ho was much surprised. Ho answered
that ho knew that tho Delegate was
against him, but he had not with
drawn from tho race.
Long Out for Sheriff
"I will abide by tho action ot tho
convention," said Long, "It I cm
nominated for Sheriff, I will run for
Sheriff; if I am nominated tor Coun
ty Attorney, I will run for County
Attorney; and It I am not nominated
tor any office, I will practise law.
I will tell you, though, that Wise Is
going to havo a bard fight for tho
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
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1IIV lllVKllllft Ml 111U 1 II 0b I Il'Lllll U
brought up, Kuhio came out 'for lilm
friend Lane. Another delegate
backed Hustace, and BPernl spoko
(or Lucas. Under tho .circumstances
it waij, decided to endorse no candi-
nate for tho Majornlty.
Tho proclnct endorsed Dau Logan
for Supervisor, Jimmy lloyd for Sen
ator, Knlauokalanl for County Clerk,
lllcknell for Auditor, nnd Van Giesou
for Deputy Sheriff.
Douthitt for House
E. A. Douthitt, who has been Bpok-
en of during tho past few da ns u
possible candidate for Major, Bomo
oters wishing to break up tho thre
corncred fight for that omro by
springing a new candidate, sajs that
ho is not out for that honor, and ho
also declines to tnko part In tho raco
for County Attorney.
"Neither of these positions has any
charms for me," said Douthitt thlH
morning. "Hut I may run for tho
If Douthitt runs a legal point may
bo raised against his candidacy on tho
grounds that ho Is not a qualified Mit
er bechuso ho has not been a resident
In tho county for tho period icqulrcd
by law. Douthitt only returned from
Shangnu. sonv months ago, and It Is
claliiu d that m ho established u resi
dence there, ho tnnnot lo horo.
This point was broifght up In tho
Pollco Court this morning, when Dou
thitt asked that a enso bo continued
to a dato othor than next Saturday, as
on that dato ho would have to attend
tho County convention.
"How can jou bo a delegate to tho
convention when you aro not oven a
qualified voter?" asked E. M. Watson, 1
who will run-for County Attorney on
tho Democratic ticket, nnd who hap
pened to bo Douthltt's opponent In
tho caso at hand. Watson then ex
plained tho reasons why, In his opin
ion. Douthitt was not (nullified, as stat
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