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EVEN (NO PPLI ETW, HONOLULU, T. H.) TUESDAY, NOV.
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MARCH IN REVIEW
Philadelphia Scene Of
Great Celebration '
Tho North American In n recent Is
Htio contains Uin ftillowliiR nccnmit
of tlio celebration or tlio Hod Men
wlilr.ii took i1nco In I'hllaitulplila last
History turned backward last nlRht
vhen I'hlliulclplilu was given ovur to
Its original owners, tlio Huil Men.
Twenty tlmuinnit friiim. they camo
to Philadelphia nnd look posseaslcui.
Kor tlio llrt tlinu blnco tlio dayn be
fore Poiiii, tho war cry of men fully
panoplied nnd thlrntniK for scalps was
heard. They marched through , tlio
itreets In feathers and war pant.
And tho populace, as though glad
to bend tho kneo to tho now lords,
was on hand to welcomo them nnd
It was tho Hccotul of tho night par
a. its of Founder's Week, In recog.
vltlon of tho Improved Order of lied
Men, as tho flguratlvo defccnda'uls of
the aboriginal Amcrlcnn tribes, It had
been turned ocr to them, to do with
as they chose. To ccrt'hrnto the
honor, thoy presented to tho peoplo
or I'hllndelphla tho finest pageant
ever glcn by their order.
Not content with tho lied Men who
niako Philadelphia their habitat, tho
organlzerx of tho parado sent out for
tho tribes who llvo In oilier towns.
Thoro woro Indians In tho p.irado
irom North Jersey uad from Dela
ware. Thoro were Indians from Heading
Norlstown, and other Schuylkill cuun
Order's Largest Parade.
Thoro ware Indians from Ohesler,
West Chester, and tribes to tlio south
west of Phlladclihla. And last of
all. tint lMillmlcliiMfi frllww .fill. r..li
complements of men, swelled tho to
wn oi marcners to tho largest par
ado ever given by that order In (his
part of the. Country.
There were nil kinds of lied Men
In the parado. Thero were Indians
lu warpaint and Indians with toma
hawks. Thorn worn linlliuiu ivlfii I.......
headdresses, and Indians In ovcnliig
oress. -Micro wero Indians with bilk
lints, Indians with red sashes, Indi
ans In whlto ducks, and Indians with
utprcunts. . '
Thero woro sachems and braves,
bucks and chiefs. Thero woro pa
pooscs and M1U.1WB. And they were
all good Indians and 110110 of them
The Indians In last night's pnrnde
wero fond of music. Nearly every
tribe llttil It h nun h.itut Tlmi. .........
.well. organized sad marched with pre
cision'. Every trlbo had Its own dis
junctive Ktylo of garb, homo of them
ii-iueruiiuiiK a mgii uegrco or artis
In tho line, which required mora
jlmn two hours and a half u pass a
glvpn point, wero many Itoati do-
bCrllltlvo Of Hin lirlmlllw. lti.ll.... lir..
or of their relations with tho early
miners, wnscca Tribe, No. 48, had
tliroo oxcelleiitly executed floats, rep
resenting, tho rcscuo of John Smith
from tho stake, (ho treaty with Wll
nam Penn and tlio lloston lea party.
Pawneo Tilbe, No. 20, had n float
In which tho limes wero gathered
In council, smoking tho plpo of pcaco,
Ncshamiiiy Trlbo. prebcnted a scene
with small hoys ns tho central figures,
icpresentlng early llro of tho colo
nlal offlcers at Kort Mlffln. Mcnno
Tribe. No. 328, also hail a float rein
resenting tho sealing of u pcaco com
I act, wlillo a number or other tribes
wero equally well represented.
3aby Tribe First.
To tllO hatlV. Ill nnnhna,, t -l l.n .......
Klu-n tho right of lino In tho parado
i ins was Airuiiwautm Tribe, No, B12
of West Plillndclplila. which was or
ganlzcd by Frauds K. Hcullen, Seii
letubor 3D. and which, In eight days
had gathered together 230 In uvea to
tako part in tho parado.
Scullen was Chlew Mlshlnown. whllo
In tho front rank of tlio procession
marched Thomas Sharkey, H, a
Trainer and Harry Leber.
Tho nineteen divisions of tho big
parado formed on tho streets cast
and west from Ilroad street, on tho
thoioughrares north of Wunioiid.
Promptly nt 8 o'ejork tin, signal to
'.'i yanco was given, nnd, tho various
ll lies, with llir.li- w,..- ..i ..:.
' -! --- "... IHHItlllhU Ul,
started down llrond street.
I'ranii wcldeninn. nr Osago Trlbo,
No. 113. was chief Mlshlnown. Ho
w" iiBBlHtort by tho following aides:
.Milium Kller, No. 7D; Albert A. Hoill
rer, No. 3; It, J. I.nmb, No. 37U; Frank
Uyan, No. 32,-i; Sainuol w. Meredith
NO. 31 ! (Inril-L'r, A WMIIlA XT,, or,..
John Ullmnii, No." 137; ChurloH 1J.
. ',"' ..,,: . ""'lel KoiMn, No.
MS: WHIIiuii nniMni-,1 m.. i-r. i...
fl'Jj, ," Honmlly, No. 30, ii'nd siuuuol
. milium jr., (SO. 431,
With thn (ivrmitlmi it At-c.1....
Tilbe, tho fli-kt olght divisions weio
composcii ot otit-or-lonu orgaulzntloiis.
Tho first division, under tho dlrector-
ninp in uurry ,i. Katlilmuo, or Trlbo
No. 93. UK MlKhlnnu'ii win, o. ......... ...i
of tribes from North Now Jer'huy, with
li'lliuil us 1 11(1 llilBIS,
William F. Bcliell, of 'I'rlbu No, 1,
Several fine BUILDING
IOTS at PUUNDI above Ii
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 50x105,
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance. $10 "p, m, t
P. E. R. Strauch
WAIXY BLDQ. 74 S. KING: ST,
WOMAN TRIES TO
Attempt To Compel Mrs,
Phlpps To Give Up
DKNVRIt, Colo., Nov. fl - After
haunting tho resident of her Intend
ed victim for two dajs and making
efforts to get Into communication
with hor, nn unknown woman who
threatened Mrs. flcncvlcto Chandler
Phlpps, divorced wlfo of Lawrence
Phlpps, the Pittsburg millionaire,
with death unless she was given $2(1,.
000 in money, wns foiled In her do
slgns by tho clever work of bank nnd
When sho discovered that sho wns
beaten, the woman cast iljnamlto
sticks Intended for Mrs. Phlpps nt
the detectives, but fortunately they
fell against tho upholstered side of
nn nutnluobllc, which prevented them
from exploding. Tlio wntn.in was
quickly placed arrest nnd efforts arc
being mado to II nil some claw to her
Identity. Sho persistently refuses 'O
glvo her name, but Insists that sho
Is under the Influence of a hypnotist,
and that this explains her attempt
at blackmailing Mrs, Philips,
Tint Woman Intel been wntchlng
Mrs. Phlpps, nnd when rIio went nit
tomoblllng in tilty Park tho myste
rious stranger look her position be
hind a tree. As the machine passed
the treo tho woman ran and jumped
Shu quickly engaged Mis Phlpps
lu conversation, assuring her that
her apparent fears were entirely un
necessary; that b)0 was a magazine
writer and had no dcslro In do in
jury to Mrs. "Phlpps. She talked so
kindly that Mrs. Phlpps became reas
sured and they rode together for fif
teen or twenty minutes.
Sifddenly the woman produced two
sticks of dynamite and commanded
that Mrs. Phlpps ghe her $20,000
within nn hour or1 she would bo de
stroyed. Sho directed that the auto
mobile bo driven to the WOlcott
School nnd Mrs. Phlpps' daughter be
taken along, evidently for the pur-,
poso of having n hostage. Mrs.
Phlpps agreed to go to her bank and
get tho money, whence tho party
headed after stopping at tho school
to get the lfttlo daughter of Mrs.,
Phlpps. Arriving nt tho bank, nil
but the strangVVofna'n'lcft 'thomn
chlne, but stia1 nude no protest.
Onco Inside the building Mrs.
Phlpps hurriedly related her experi
ence to a bank official and police
headquarters was communicated
with. Two 'detcitlves hnstened to
tho bank. In the meantime, n special'
hank deteqtive had engaged tho wo
man In, conversation .from tho win
dow of tho enclosed machine next to
tjic sidewalk. Tho two city detect
ives quietly walked around the rear
of tho machine and slipped open the
door on the street side. Tho woman
Saw that she was entrapped and dash
cd tho dynamite sticks nt tho two of
ficers. They struck against tho nin
chlno nnd fell to tho lloor Intact.
Tho police have Investigated every
source of Information at hand In an
effort to ascertain tho Identity of the
mysterious woman. Tonight they
found in her loom nt the American
Ilouso n toilet set engraved with the
Initials, "F. C. It." Tho woman her
self refuses to give lur mime. She
does say, however, that sho had re
cently undergone a slcgo of brain fe
ver, nnd her nppearanco would hear
out this claim. Her hair Is prema
turely gray In spots, and her thin
fnco nnd body might easily have been
rendered so by foor. Her memory
appears to bo clouded, aniV when
asked ns to tlio jilaco whence she
camo to Denver, she replied tht sho
thought it wns lloston. Sho was sure
that sho had been In Now York In
recent months. The woman has ev
ery appearance of refinement, and
ier clothing Is of rich inntorinl. Tho
toilet net found In her room Is silver
piountcd am) of costly design.
Jlolawaro, was inUlilnowa of tho sec
pml division, which Included trlbos
from tlio Delaware organizations. The
third dlvluon wns composed of tribes
from Allcnlnwii, Uctbleliaui, Cutas.nj
qua and other towns lu that vicinity
under tho director of thn mlshlnewa.
firnnt Jenkins, of Trlbo No. 91,
Those in Fourth Division.
Chester and vicinity furnished the
trllieH of tho fourth division, which
was headed by Mlshlnuun, John M
Knight, of Trlbo No. SO. Hryn Ma-
war, Wcht ChcMcr, Ardmorc Dqr
wyil nui Tuuquay composed tins Ilfi
division, under William S.. Illatlno, of
Trlbo No. 30C, as inlhhluowa. The
Indians of tho fclxtb division rtinie
fiorn H(;adlig, llurks and Schuylkill
mantles, under Charles T, Davh, of
Trlbo No. 330, ns mltlilnowa. T
South Now JorK'j, Including the
Cuniihiu tribes, composed tho tocnl)
division, of which Hubert l.utton, of
Trlbo No, 131, was In charge, whllo
tho eighth division, under J, Dyson
Kcdfurn, of Tiibo No, 1, Included Hod
Mon from Norrstown, Conshohocken
Pottstown, Phoenlxvllle, Hoyorsfon
Ueglnulug with tho ninth division
tho remainder of tho parado was com
posed of Philadelphia tribes.
Won all First Prizes in all Stoc
Car Events in which they' ran at Wil
braham Mountain Hill Climb, Wil
braharri, Mass., Sept i ith.
Stevens - Duryea Big Six
Made the fastest time of the day for
Gasoline Stock Cars. Time, 1.0945
Stevens - Duryea Light Six
Won First Prize in event No. 3,
open to all Gasoline Cars from 24.1
to 40 Horse Power. Time I..2 2 3-5
Stevens - Duryea Light Six
Traveled in 1.23 2-5 time in event
No. 10, open to all Gasoline Cars
selling from $3,000 to $4,000.
In event Nvo. 14, open to all Gaso
line Cars with Piston Area over 65
square inches, and under go,
Stevens - Duryea Light Six
Won in the remarkably fast time of
1.18 3-5, defeating the nearest con
testant by 9 2-5 seconds.
Event No. 17 was won by
Stevens - Duryea Light Six
in 1.22, defeating nearest competi
tor by a wide margin.
Stevens - Duryea Co., Chicopec Falls,
Mass., Member A.L.A.M.
The von Hamm-Young Co.,
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Assorted Chocolates 2, J, and J -2 lb boxes
Bitter Sweets Reception Chocolates Cremo Chocolates
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