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MYSTERY OF COL. NORRIS
CLEARED BY HIS LETTER
Wealthy Kau Rancher's
Life Traced In Romance
llll II BY DOCTOR
TO BURY HIS
"Tlio rautniice cif llip llfo of Colonel py
Sin in Mir r m, inn oany me in iruwnii i
Hip gold discovery In California, nnd
Innor lilslciiy lit llio overthrow of lliu
Queen In 1ND.I have nil bptn brought
to llr-dil-by a srUrch of the papprn nf
tlio late Colonel nt Knhukii Uniicli,
where lip kept nil pipers ho over ro-
nrltil (H ceriitiillmla rnrn mill 1l
lMir ikn,i i..mo rnconllv'frnin hlV Thp letter of Introduction which
iflnllwn In Denmark from him an for WIIpix presented ti Norris w.n dated
hack iib 1845. nt s,m 1'""''' "' "' W-- m"'
Details of Remarkable
Career of Norris Brought to
Light for First Time Wil
cox anil Paul Ncuman Fig
ure Was Partner of Sutter
Int Sim rrunplFcn Jnl 27. ISM. mi
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iitu II. ....!.. .!....... 1.l.. "IKNI'II II) vi i .minim, ii ...,
. . ., .. '" ""'V, ,7,1 nn th presentation of this loiter or
wen to I nwnl U! IcU'n ' f ' Mnlro.l.,- Ion tl.nt the conversation!
duetlon to .Norris nn.l n car.l upon ,
which Iip wroto n oucstlon to Norris """ '""" ""- "' """" " "" ""v
who was too ,oaf to ronton wlthr11"" aBk("' "ta " car,1; , ,
easily shows that Wilcox planned a1 Two of tho IrttorH on Mo with Kin-nnw-
ronMltntlnn six months licforo It ncj-, llnllou. PinRvrrnml Airlcnton who
was finally mailp by tlio Queen. rc prcicntliiR the heirs of NorrI
On Ihls curd IbU numllon was sk.J n,ark- ?' '"' '" '.'J
of Norris. wrltlon In n lead pencil. J; ! ' .J"n',7. Ti 'n
"srvi'SS1 ?.?, nXri: in;-s: " sis
Quofn nn.l then Om out the Supremo ."hero he hart twcnty-llvo lodRers.
JndKei!" ' ' 'In "ltHo lottprs ho tells of tho early
vli.i!!iiK IniliiRtry nnil tho nnmlicr ofj
rIi,ih which weiu In pnit lien for bii'm
'lo tile (lint of tlipfip li'tlcrs ho rIkii
rt liU icil name of Cotthllf Chrlntcn
roil, hut to Hip nuoncl ho mlileil n
p.iitsrrlpt to the I'lTort Hint his naino
Bluer Iculns linimi was K.iinu?l Nor-'
lis .in I lint tbey hIkiiiIiI nililress lot
lr!A to Ii: in In Hint name i
I.i tic i rutin! In his erred n nt t li "
rinrli lr of tlio carlv Rilil rllsrovery
In Cnllfptnli at which time ho w.u
In pnitiiPitililp with John A Hiittor
nnil when Iip took thp upwb of tho ro.i1
ilbcoc-j to Sacriiincnln
At aii time. Iip cnip to W It. liny
bo' len here n watch mailp of tho first
ro'iI t.iken at Snttpr"s Mill.
'i wrlllliR to his nlntrr nml to ,i
frloml Ill'Ppiinnrk In tells nf ranch
InK In California anil IosIiir $20(1.(100
McMrah In nno jeir, nlso tolllns hU
ultlor In reply to n IMtor rIvIiir ni'WR
or tlio ik'.itli of Ms patents that It loft
him "twitlioiit nno frloml In this part
(Continued on Face 2)
"Missionaries" Assailed Bj
McCandless On Haw&l
SAN I'RAXCISCO, 8ept. 21. 1'nr
tbor llRht wuh tliiown on tlio Hos
iery of the (loath of Kvn Swim, tho
itniioRraphor wliom! body wjs fnnnil
ImiiIpiI In n va nut lot here jostcr
tlny. A former iiKsl.tiint of Or. Ornnt,
who Is held by the. pollcp. IpIIb n
clory of nldliiR tho ilorlor In tho ills
pm.il of Dip bod) Itn fl'iys ho was
dlioclod by (Irmit to bury tlio wo
mnii'H body, iinor It with ncld nml
then lay a lenient floor ocr tho
i;rnve. ' j
TEN-MILE AUTO RECORD.
V iwifi.s VrMn rMlilo )
PIIII.ADIJM'HIA, Sopt. 24 TUlpli
D.i iMInm ''t n now mnrlc In ntito
mobll BpoodliiR born today. Up made
n now world's l ord by uinnliiRten
miles on n circular trnrk In olRht
nilmitos, tlilrty'one mid nno-flfth
REPUBLIDAN GUNS TO BOOM
IN OPENING OF CAMPAIGN AT
' AALA PARK THIS EVENING'
All Eot for tho big llepubllcan fire
works ut Aala l'arlc tonight!
With l'rlnco Kuhlo na tho prlnclJ
p:.) speaker, and every candldntn on
the ltopuhllcnu county and legisla
tive tlekot expected lo bo prcsont nnd
.mid bis olro to tho euncral oliorus,
there will ho u lot of campaign fire
works set olT tonight, starting nt S
u'i'inck. It -Is tho flirt balo or tlio
Uopubllun campaign, nnd Tcrrlto.
rl.il Clialrmnn AtUlnwni said this
morning that It will rtart Oio most
o)btemiitlc nnd persistent campaign
tho tlrrtiiil Old I'nrtj h.is ongaged In
for n long time.
Colonel Sam Parker, chairman of
the county cnminlgn, will ho in tho
cjlialr, nnd the piogrnm calls for n
rpooih from ovory candidate who at
tends. Cleorcn n.ivls Is to bo olio of
tho pilnclpul orntors or the evening,
mid bis address will probably call at
tention to tho innlu fentures of the
llepubllcan platform nnd the merits
of tho candidates prcsonted on tho
Territorial and county tickets.
Tho county ami leglslntlvo Candi
da ten will m.iko 'up n long list, but
tho spocclios will bo limited In most
cases, and there will ho plenty of
music for entertainment. Among
the candidates who nre down for Im
IKirtnnt addresses nro John C. Line,
candidate for mayor; Andrew Cox,
Tor sheriff; John C.ithcnrt, for city
attorney; Robert W. Shingle, for
trensmcr; .Inmos lllcknell, for audit
or; D. Knlnuokalanl Jr., for clork;
nnd Miver.il of the supervisorial as
pirants. Clinrllo Chllllngworth. A. T- Judd,
Cecil llrown and A. S. Knlclopu, who
nre tho senatorial aspirants, will bo
down for short talks, nnd Bevcrnl pi
the prospective represontntlvca will
bo on tho scene.
llepubllcan hendnuartors nro buz
zing with llfo these days, und be
ginning tonight tho political fight
will bo'cnrrleil on without n hnlt.
Clialrmnn Atkinson nnil Secretary
Cooper or tho Territorial oxecutlvo
tommlttoe nnd tho two dUtrlct com
miiimia nf Urn rniintv nrn ornnnlzlnn
' n rnst, clockwork caiiipnlgn nnd havo
I a big start on the Democrats, ,wno
aro still fighting among tneinsoives.
not only as to their party plntform,
but eon as to tho county mnnagor.
IN BRAKE'S CASE
Accords With the Bulletin's
Message On Status 'of
Pilnlo nihlcos that huo been re
ceded f i om Washington nro lu nc
rordance with tlio cablegram Hint
wus reenhod BOernl das ugo from
tlio llul:tin's correspondent "nt
Washington, John K. Monk, stating
Hint 'tho resignation of Collector of
Internal Jtoenua Walter Drnko would
banccoptpd and n successor nppolut
cd In bis place.
Correspondent Monjc's ciiblo wiib to
tlio efTnct that Dniko'B resignation
would biMicceptcul nlld H Biicceswir ni
polnlrtd In bis place and this Is prac
tically tho hainc Inrornuillon that Is
contained in Ihe prliilo cnblo that
waH received last night.
It Is expected that Urako'H nueees-
nor will be imined lu the cimrfe or the
next wool; ur two,
Arrived From Orient Early
and Docked Just Before
After lieliic ilohncd nearly flo
,hciur by iiunrantliin onicora making
an exmulnntlon of a Filipino suspect
ed of plague, the Hilllsh steamer
Apia, Captain Harry (lankroger, fi
nally tied up nt Alakea wharf nt
11:3.' this morning.
Tho AbIu brought but two cabin
pussengers to Honolulu btii Japan
ete, eleven Hindus In the steerage
nnd sixty 1'lllplno lu the i.nino class
for this pint.
Cargo amounting to fif!) tons was
brought heno and forty-five Backs of
nutll from Orlentnl ports.
The Asia Is ennylng thrnugh to
San I'r.lnelsio, for wlil"h port she
will be illsp.ileheil lato today, 2U7I
' (Continued on Pace 2)
Misses Cooper, Wickstrum and
llll.O Kent. 22 ThrvO young ladles
two fioni Uoiioliilu and nno from I.ln
coin Nebraska, who li.no been M'cnil
Ing ton ilajs ul tlio Volcano lloiiso
nml ulm ii nun tomoriow by tho M.i
una lOj.i. hud a must unpleasant expo-
rluico at tho llalcmniimuu pit miring
tin latter nut of tho week. They
had mailo a trip lo tho, tiuler un.(
weio tuIKinx or hewing, cnnciy, mein
Imr uiek iTi.ilinee bcios. diiHtlliR Die-
turts, tho best looking men whom they
l,i,l mnt nml ntllPF like HllblectS. wlllrll
uto bound to como up when three
girls meet and nro all nlono, when
suddenly tho wlnd,chniigoii nniicioii'H
of smoke, lnslnid jor being ilrlven
away from tho restliouno, as they gen
emliv nro iicu. forced ncrosa tho era
tor to where tho, p'irty was stuudlng
nnil eieiopsu ineni in u im "
idiiiroun tunics. '
Pnierlilnu nn, I half 'strangled with
iim miiiilmr ninokn I ho three started
for nnothor position, whoio thty couli
hrenlh wllh comrort, but Jlaitamo reie
iceinoil noxious for temporary lctlm
nt lcnM. nnd pursued them ns tho
ran. I'uch llmo tbey seemed to roach
n aiiniu wbnro tho nlr was elenr, an-
other gust of wind forced them on till
all three wero nonrly exhausted nnd
i r- n irint- rest. At Inst they
ii'tiiij im ", .---l
cached n jmlnt fnr onnimli away and
wore, safo from tho reptltlon of the
In tlio mcnntlino others woro bn
coming won led nnd n rollef party
composed of n;mnsthenes' l.yeurgus
flnd soM'inl oung men who wero stay
ing nt tho Volcnno Hnuso, who had
imppened to seo .the sudden shift of
Hie wind nnd know thnt tho Ihrre
young Indies wero at tho crater, lnd
tnrlml In Ih.i KCPI1P of distress. Tliell
services wero not1 needed, however, ns
vorytlilug was oer oeiore wi" wn
moro than a short dlstnnco down the
sldo of Kllauea. It Is undcrslod that
Miss Cooper, Miss Wickstrum nnd
Miss McCorrlston bao formril n trio
uhlMt 1 nKRliliimiBlv nrnptlclnz. "If
tho Wind Had Only IJIowir tho Other
SIX KILLED AT TIPTON.
f.Borlati'il l'ris" r.ililo )
TIPTON'. Ind., Sept. 2 . Six peo
ple wero kllleo hro today In n col
lision of traction mm.
BAN KRANCISCO, Sept. 24.
Ileets: RS nnnljsls, lis. 3d.; parity,
1.37c, PreWous- iiuotntlon, lis. Gd.
TAFT IN WHITE HOUSE.
( A.a'vl.itill Pli-fifl faille,!
WASHINOTOf, D. C. Supt. 24.
President Tail arrived here today to
resume his home, at the White House,
The summer cnpltol nt lleerly has
V.K(cl.il !liillet,ln CVrrenponilmeo,)
llll.O, Hawaii, Sept. 23. Link
McCnndleFs, the Democratic cnndl
dnlo for Delegate to Congress, who
Is touring the Islnnd of Hawaii, In
company with T. J. Hyatt, G. K. Ke
awchaku, his Hawaliun Interpreter
nnd campaign manager nnd the
II u 1 1 e t I n corresiondent, Is hav
ing n rather unpleasant reception nt
D.nld lwnllko, the Democratic
leader und dictator, has thrown up
the sponge, bo fnr as McCandless Is
concerned. Ho lias done this be
cause McCandlers would not listen,
or oven take Into consideration a
few suggestions which he offered for
Hwnllko sild that If McCnndless
would not follow his ndvl e, then he
would take the bark sent and let htm
(McCandless) run his own campaign
M. C. Do Mello.ji prosperous ouiib
man of portuguoko parentage front
lvonn, has a.n axe tp elnd
Says Governor and Planters
Want to Give Lands lo Mali
hinis What He Is Talking
to Hawaiians Dog Fight,
III Omen Say Kahunas.
Iness reasons bo will probably not
do niDthlng for .McCnndless. Ac
cording to tho Konnltes,, ho Is well
liked by them. He, too, was Inter
viewed by the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n man,
nnd while ho did not openly express
his feeling towards McCandless, it U
quito certain that he will not do
much In his district to get votes for
Makekau Ban the Bosi.
Senator Makekau, tho shrewdest
politician on the Island, has flatly
refused to work for McCnndless. Al
though ha wns asked reK.itedfy by
MrCandleKs to join his rxiUtlcnl
army, the Humakita "slippery eel,"
l'or bus- as tho Hawaiians call blm.-lins. stub-
bornly rcfuped to go alone wlh
McCandlrE ami Makekau hi
long conference Yin Thursday 1
noon nt f llio, w-hcrc, It Is salcf
CnndlerH most urgently pleaded
the "sllppey col" Senator tcij
to his assistance nnd work Ian
Hut there wns nothing ilolng.jj
keknu stated after tho cflllfa
that ho would not go out to"
for McCnnilles under any ell
McCandless Trio. j
The only rnmpnlgn spenkeri
McCandless aro Kpnwehnku nn
M. Kniilho. the "Cannon Hall ci)
haln." They aro unuuestidl
good, able nnd powerful spea
hut because of Keawehaku be
ifonolulu man and Kniilho n
iiorn Democrat, the old, staunch
orrnts nro grumbling becjtsse q
Inok of Interest shown In the
McCandlcHs, whom they prevj
Intended in support. Aocordli
(Continnet1. on ratre2H
HARMON STARTS IN OHIO.
f C.HKectnri'il PrrM Piblol
CANTON. O.. Sept. 2I. Rovernnr
Harmon opened tho Democratic Stale
cnmpalgu heio today Tho Governor
spoke nt a rally that ealhul out n great
number of people of all parties.
8,111111 if it nil
II PRODADLE REPUBLICAN TIC- II
SULTAN INNEW YORK.
NUW YORK, Sept. 24 Tlio Bui
tan of Built auhcil huiu today,
KET FOR MAUI.
lion. Philip Pall. Lahnlna
Jos. Cocketl. Walluku.
II R. Cnrley, Maknwan.
C K. Makekau I.ihalna
Geo C. Cooko, Molokijl.
J. W Knwankon, liana,
A. 0. Gomes, at largo.
W. i:. Saffery.
l M. I'.alilwln.
Chan. Lake, Walluku,
W. K.'Pogup, Makawao.
W P Hnla, liana,
Wm. Kenning, laihalna,
T T Mejnat Mnlnkal,
tt tt tt tt
W, J Coellio.
A. N KciKilkal.
tt tt tt tt
Candidate For Delegate Will
Hit Trail of Boss
Pilnro Kuhlo will begin his acllwi
enniinlgi for roolecllon ns drlcgntc
to Cong cm liet TitPBilny, when he
Ipmos Honolulu for llllo. Ai-ninpiny
Ing Kuhlo will be Col. Sam l'arksr
cf.'ilrni:in of l ho cnhnly commltte. nnd
the two will makn n round-up not only
of llnwnll but probably of Maul also
Tbey will go by wa of Kau and up
A largo part of Hip route will be
the sanio ns is no wbelng trnprsed by
Link McCnndless and tho lUpiibllonu
lolltlrlans flgiira Hint Kuhlo will not
only undo nil of McCandless' work,
but gel n good man other otes be
sides. Tlio Republican ticket picked up nt
least ,ocn good votos this morning
bv the art Inn of Kuhlo nnd Territorial
Chairman A. L. C, Atklnrnn, It hnt-
pened this way:
The Kona crow which has boon com
peting here, wns nway from home nt
Ihe time tho hoard rt registration was
in session Jhero, Th'ro nro seven
motors lu Hie, bunch of oarsmen, nnd
they nre nil anxious to oxerclso their
Inalienable right to cast a ballot.
Prince Kuhlo and Chairman Atklnrnn
got busy and chartered n launch
which wll llako th seven voters from
Hip steamer Manna Ken, lnnd them nt
Knwnlhae, whero they can register,
nnd then tnko them homo. It Is sonic
Job for sovrn Mites, but Atkinson said
this morning that Ihcso men should
not ho doprhed of Ihelr votes and this
,wns the only way to sottlo tho dlffl
STRIKE OF 700,000.
. I AKMWt,ltMl PrrMT PiiMe.1
. RKRI.IN. Sent. 24. A strike of
necn hundred thousand working men
Is Impending. This will affect In
dustries throughout the whole Gcr
WILL RECOMMEND HAWAIIAN
NATIONAL GUARD AS WORTHY
..OF AID FROM GOVERNME
BAR OREEK LETTER FHATS.
(Asnnrljili,! Prcmi Onlile.)
MKnrOHD, Miss.. Sept. 24.-
Greek letter fraternities received a
blow here today, when tho authori
ties of the Unlersltyof Mississippi
oted to abolish all Greek letter so-
rletien In tho institution.
ORISWOLD GETS IT.
t 'lneliliMl l'leriiT fable
CINCINNATI, 0, Sept. 24, ri. B.
Grlswold lias been appointed secre
tary of the Niitloii.il Railroad Secu
That tho Hawaiian national guard
Is woitby tho nUcutlpnaJd and cn
courngeincjiL.tft relic tiU'tal giUprn-j
ruciit. "iid" llmt lis olhcerir nre lo bo
pn'" 'or their x"al and entliulnsm.
Is il :;IM of tho rcxoiiimendatloiis
thai will bo nuido in tlio war depart
ment at Washington by Col, R, I..
Rullnrd, II. S, A., who today conclud
ed l-.lp work ns head nf Hie bpIiooI or
Instruction nt Port Shatter.
Col, Dullard's reKirt In the main will
deal with the nctunl work nccom-1
pllshed In the camp, but within tho
somewhat restricted limits of this re
port ho will strongly lernmmend the
Territorial guard to the war depart
ment. The report Is madj by him
directly to Gen. Illlss In San Kr.in
clseo nnd through Gen, Illlss to the
Just whnt tho colonel will report Is
confidential, but tho tenor of It was
given nut this morning. Willi bis
work In the camp practically nt nu
end nnd his week or Inspection and
Instruction concluded, Col. Dullard hu
no hesitancy In snlng that tho fed
erul government should glvo tho Ha
wullan guard, ov cry thing possible.
"The military situation In llnwnll Is
too well known to need claboraton,"
said the colonol, "nnd In Mow of this
situation, It Is very ovldent to mo that
right now Hawaiian mltltla alfnlrsnro
mora Important than thoso of an
Ktato In (ho Union Going further, I
will ny that the Hawaiian (illlcert
buvo now n bigger opiKirtunlty than
those of any other part or tho United
Island! Civs Qreat Chance.
"Right hero In the Islands there ex
ists a wnndeifiil military nppnrtnnlt
for American citizens who can look
Into the future and seo tho part that
tho national guard Is to play in this
Tcriltory And this applies nlsn to
Hip omcers of tho regular troops, Uu
tinned here. If tbey take nn Interest
In the milttln, they can mnko the
most or n great opportunity aim.
"I want to say, after a week with
Hie Hawaiian offlcors, that they fully
nppieclnto their opportunity My In
vestigation has convinced rue that tho
offlcors of native birth can grasp the
war problems nnd becomo Imhurd with
Hie military Bplilt admirably, and this
will nlso bo noted
"Altogether, tlio week of work has
proved that tho wur department can
build up u womlei fully striii'g ally In
tho Hawaiian national gunid, one that
lu time of war would be Invaluable
Knowing llio country nnd hnw to get
mound lu It, tho Terrlloilal guard
could do things tho regulars
Col. iliillnrd says that noW
wheio ho haB over Instructed lial
en him moro pleasure or, ho'bej
been or moro service, thnn-lhi
nt Port Shaflor. The Territorial.
oincors say tlio biiiio tlilngoiid
only regret Is thnt tho prnctlcn
sons they havo received canni
supplemented,, by regular nstn
noni now on. ,
Col. C. V. Zleglrr said Hits
"This camp has boon one o
best things that ever happene!
Ihe Hnwnllan national guard.. It
tlciilnr tho tactical walks nmtl
liroblcmn have been ory lielpfd
"It is a pity Ihe war depart
cannot keep up somn sjslem otu
Inr Instruction down hero, fprl
bndty needed, ir wo Imd tar
walks nml w-nr prnhloms to work;
say onco n week, It would mo"
great Increase In cinclency,"
(Continued on Pan 2)
uhiui ot-iunco ur "' i
'hnnrlnl lint Ultn r,ni
SAN PRANCISCO, Sept. 244
scores In tho big leagues' playijj
aro: 4 g
American Chicago 8., 'PhlS
phla 4: Clrfragn 3. Phllndolnhli
Detroit fi, lloston 8; DetrltSq
con ;; hi, ijouui 3, wnsniiigtej
Other games wero postpprletljod
coput of rain.
Natlnnnl-llrooklyn 4, m
3; llrooklyn 2, St, Uwla 4; PhlB
phla 1. PlttBliurg fi; New'jYttii
cnuago ii : nosion j. uincinnatt
Stsndlrg of National Leaflue.'SeJ
umn. w. ' us
Chicago ..1,.,..,,. pit
New "ork 75 ""
St. Units SI
Drooklu .'. 54
Standing of American LeagueSSrw
Huston , ,, 70
New York ,.
St. UmiIh 40
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