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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4773.
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On Mexican Mob
'Kills Lad' and Incident may
Mean Open Break of Two
(Associated tress Cable.)
MKXICO CITY, Nov. 12. TlircntB
of trouble lictwccn Mexicans nnil
Americans tcduy hssumed serious
proportions, with tlio action of nn
Amerluan, Charles Ca rot hem, nt
. Uuudalajarn. C.irotlicrs fired Into
a mob which was stoning his house,
ami Killed n lxy and wounded uno of
the watchmen. He wns Jallctl.
The Incident Is or International
Flgtilflcnnce, ns It will inohuhly iro
cliitato much mora serious nssmlls
on Americans and may he the causo
of tho 'breaking or already strained
irlatlnns hetween tho United Stale
M'CANDLESS IS ELIMINATED, ;
SAY VOTERS ON BIG ISLAND, '
i, WITH ELECTION RETURNS IN
,(Sclal Ilu Hot In Ccrrfsjwnuince.)
IIII.O, Nuv. 11. The sweeping
vlcioryot tho ltepubllcan party, won
nt tbo polls last Tuusdny, was it sur
prise to even those who had hoped
'ru a lctory for the 0. 0. P. Tho
mtlsfactjon thoiewlth has thciofwe
been Intensified, and on nil nidus
words of prnlso nio heard of Cam
paign Manager Call Smith, who nc
cnniiillshfd what was considered
quite luiprrslble, and of tho Hopuh-
lt miii oignnlzatloii In general.
Tho votn for Kulilo was so con
sistent y ahead of MtCandlcss III all
precincts, except llouohlnn, whero
1 1ns Depiojiats bonstei) the pitiful
innlniltv of one vote, that It In con
fident, oven by Democrats, that thoip.wod
lui nnil In I.liili'u jconin has been
.t.i,ii Vntli.v wim nowheie.
Hewitt nml Makekau won In tho
Penalorlal -nntest. as had been pro-
dieted. iVrnamlcz wns high man on1
CASE OF KllBEY
Recommendations that leniency bo
r.luiwn Jotoph Kuboy, nsRlstant inist
innster, who was mixed up In tho
crap names nt tho customs honao that
insulted In sn'oraj resignations, have
been ntnilq to the Hcinrtment nt
Washington 'by PnstnmstiT Pratt.
Tho mattci lias been icferred to
Washington for action under the mlos
or tho department, While Postnir.Hlcr
Piatt ilcclfn(il,,to1ny to imko iiubllc
has lecmmenilallons, on Iho giound
that the regulations icipilro silence.
IiIh nttltudu, townnl tho case In well
kiinwu. Hi tmllevCR that Ktibey's par
tlclpntlnu In tho gntnes was ilosrultory
nml thoughtless, and that tbo offense,
Is not seycro enough to rcqulro dras
' fjlneo tho fjtory (lrst came out. Mr.
Pratt has recflyed many vqlunlnry
testimonials ns to Kubey's Kooill char
ne'er, and In iho i)3lnluco ho Is ro-
girdeil ns n' rapahlo employe, ono of
tbo best In tbo sorvlco.
No wonl has been rfrvltril from
tho do).irtmenl hemls pt "Washington
yet, and the inutt,cr may bo nlniply
(Associated rrt-ss ruble.)
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Nov. 12.
It wns asserted hero today that tho
Mexican lynched In Texas was not
n subject of Mexico, hilt a resident
of New Mexico. Tho lynching Is
now the subject of nu Investigation
ordered by President Taft.
(Associated Trcm Cable )
MF.XICO CITY, Nov. 12. Presi
dent Diaz of Mexico has ordered an
Investigation to bo made Into the nt
taik of Moxlcan mobs on the Amor
Ican consiilnto two ilnja ago, which
,it Is jcared. will be tho cause of a
break between the two countries.
Knst Hawaii, and lost his election
entirely on tho leeward sldo of tho
Supervisors Run Strongly.
Tho election of the tour Hopublt
can Representatives twaH n surprUe
to most people, although Smith had
prupbesled with certainty that this
would bo the result. Tho defeat of
Kealawnn, nnil Kelckolla wero the
featuro which caused most people to
The election of a Republican ma
Joilty on tho Hoard of Supervisors
wns, however, the bett plecp of work
done by tho Republicans, tor the
claim that tho Democrats or the
IIomo-RuleiH would win control hud
nrctty Generally uncoiitra
That Lewis and Austin
uoiild lUTonl kc.iki, who. iiiuuii
enough, caino In hint, had not been
believed, and the defeat of Shlpmaii
Continued on Pace 4.
LINK WILL GIVE
Link McaC'ndless, defeated but not
iMsmnji'd, will bo the host at a luau
next Saturday In Atkinson Park.
T.io hinti lb to bo given In honor of
.Myor Pern nml Sheriff Jnrielt, who
wuro triumphantly olected by the
McCimdlcss has announced that )io
will set hlmsulr back to tho cxtJnt
of about Blxtecu pigs nnd ten ,uul
locks for tho luau, together with n
louplo of hnrrels of pol, plenty of
llsh and other Hawaiian delicacies
bv tho wholesale. Tho luau, It Is
underktood. Is free to everybody, Ir
lespnetive of party nltlllatlou, and if
this Is tho case, I, Ink ought to hno
a bigger attendance lit Atkinson
Park next Saturday than nt any po
litical meeting during the (am
palgn. i i
AFscinbl) man-elect Chlvcn of Uis
Angeles, California, representatho o(
Hid eolored inco, publisher and thea
trical piess ngent Is ono of iho main
lipid Usllors now In Honolulu. Chlv
ons wields considerable ixiwnr among
tho peoplo of his mcu In California.
(Associated Press Cable.)
ST. PDTKRSIIURG. ItnsKln. Now
1 2. .It was learned hero today that
tho Countess Tolstoy has twice at
tempted suicide by drowning, but
has ench time been prevented hy
norvnnts or members of the family
Count Tolstoy has been In ory low
health for Homo month, and It Is
believed that the countess has bn
come morbid fiom blooding.
FOR THE COAST
Admiral Yashiroand Squad
ron Says Farewell to
After helping to exchange tho na
tional farewell salute of "hanials" bo
tworn the Japanese on sboro mid
those on board tho Japanese train
lilBUHilWlron.Asani.i.and .Kasag Ad
mlrnl Vnsblro. cominander-ln-chlcf of
Ills Imperfnl Jnpanoso MnJostyV
cruisers, hacked his ships Into the
stream at 10 o'clock this morning, and
proceeded to San Tranclsco.
As soon ns tho signals hail been
ghen by Admiral Yashlrn. his flag
ship Asaina, under tho pilotage of
Captain Saunders, hacked Into the
Ft roam nml snlled off to tho opn sea.
Rho was followed by the Kasngl, with
Cap'aln Lohrcnzcn, the local pilot on
Admiral Ynshlro was on tho aft
hrldgo of his flagship watching tho
movements of his shins. As his ship
left tho dock, ho was checked and bin
zalod by tho shoro peoplo, hended by
Consul Oenernl Dyeno.
As soon ns tho last echo of tho bail'
rh Iinil died nway. Admiral Ynshlro
slgnnled his men to respond Iho ban
xn". which "-is dono with groat on
thuslnsm, Tho flagship's hand, under
the leadership of Lieutenant Noznwn,
plnvfd the Amerlcnn national anthem,
which wis rcsiiondejil c by tho mai
Inp bind, which played tho' t'Klml-ga-vo."
Iho .Ippineso national anthem.
Captain Low, commanding tho com
pany of marine, ordered his men to
present nrms ns Mm flngshlp hacked
Into the stream Admiral Yashlro who
wns on tho hrldgo. and his men stood
nt attention, during tho oxchango of
salutes hy the marines.
All ner tho omhankitu-nt nnd on
tho naval docks, tho Japaneso crowd'
od to see tbo warships tako their de
parture for tho States.
Heforo leaving tbo dock Consul flon
Ornl Uycno, nccompnnled by Mr. Akal
of tho Yokohama Specie Rank, nnd
tho secretaries of tho Consulate call
ed on Admiral Yashlro nnd tho Cap
Inlns of the Asamn nnd Kasngl to
say aloha to them. Tho members of
Iho cntortnlnmcnt committee, consist
ing of president Motnsbtgo of tho Ja
panese Merchahls" Association; Rov.
0, Motokawn. Y, Takakuwn, Mr, III
yama. K. Isoshlmn, D. Yonokurn, Rev.
Imamiirn, Dr. K, Hahla, Dr. Mltamura
nnd others nlso paid their respects
to tho commanding officers of tho
Admiral YnBhlro leaves Honolulu
with the kindest of feelings and tho
most pleasant of remembrances over
tho welcome ho nnd his men hayo
been given hero. Ho lins'exprcssed
Ills appreciation ngaln nnd again
slnro his nrrlval.
Seated In his chair In his cabin,
where ho Is nlways surrounded by
tho beckoning leaves of the bamboo
trees nnd other Japaneso 'plants,
which nro rarefnllv looked after by
his men, Admiral Yashlro bent for
ward nnd began to write letters ot
thanks, which ho ordered given to
the Japaneso press for publication,
As soon as ho had done this, one
of the codes was brought to Lieut.-
Commander Yamamolo. ihlef or
Btnlf. who In tin n read It to local
In Iho nlmoiico (or"thft adinlrnl
(Continued on Pace 4)
11 OF C.
(Special llllllel In Tilde ) I
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 12. In tho
hottest contested game for jcurs, tin?
Unlvrrslly of California won from
Stanford nt foothill lodaj by a score
of 23 to fi. I
HARD GAMES ON
" THE EAST
(Special nil Me tin Cable 1
NEW YORK, Nov. : 2. Hard
ontests marked most of the bic col-
lese fcctball Rames today. Cornell
beat Chicago 18 to 0 in the first o
the important interscctionnl gridiron
battles. The scores:
Yale 5. Printeton 3: Harvard 1G.
Drrtmouth 0: Navy G. Carlisle 0'
Army 13. Villanova 0;. Cornell 18
The Yale-Princtton game was one
of the most stubbornly contested in
BENZ CAR WINNER
M SAVANNAH SPIN
(Hpt.i;t lljtlli Cable.) " .
SAVANNAH. Nov. 12. Rruco
Drown, In n Ilenz car, won the grand
prlio In tho nnto races hero today,
making HH.02 miles In 4 hours fitl
minutes and 4 seconds.
ON ALASKAN ROCKS
KATAI.I.A. Alaska, Nov. 12. Tho
eteanier Portland Is nshnro hero, but
tho damago Is not bollovcd serious
FERN WILL MAKE
Major Tern's official and political,
patronage will not undergo many)
changes In tho coming two years,
nifordlng to statements today from
men close to thiclty's chief oxoeii -
tlve. In fact, It Is understood ttiat
his prci-cnt appointees will nil bold
their Jobs, and thnt tho heads of
the Parlous department will them-
sehea mako few chnngos In tho per-
soiincl ot the working forces under
Thero have been persistent wills-
pers to tho effect thnt Johnulo Wll-
kiin has been slated for dlschnixo us
head of tho roads department, hut
tuts was deitioa totiay by ono or
Korn'a chief ndvlsurs. Fern himself
has nothing to say on the subject,
but his political counsellors aro un-
(Continued on Face 7.)
U. S, Commissioner Davis this
morning held Domingo Kerrelrn to
answer at tho April term of the Fed-
oral Court on n clinrgo of Importing
opium Into tho United States. For-
rolrn waived examination heforo
Davis and his
was llxod ut iir,00.
The aged puients or tho nrensed
opium mugglor wero released upon
motion or United Slates District At
... . ...
tornoy Ilreckons, While It
lloied by the authorities that For-
rel.n's parents wero fully aware or
his ..uluih s.nuggllns opor.itlni.H,
their ndvanceJ nge has probably
saved them trom proso-nitlon.
I Fenelia's mother Is slxly-two
' yfaiM oj ago and his fatlinr ten jeurd
LOYAL TO NEW
Portuguese of the city will as
enihto at Sail Antonio Hall about
: :! i this evening nml Join In a dem
uiftratlon c( k liip.itliy for the Re
nibllc of Portuga'. I
'I his Is the flifct expression of lo.n
'orttigueio icrldeiits of their loyally j
.o the new government of their
Home country, and the function Is
ertnln to be an elaborate affair. I
Dr. (lnsp.tr will preside at n gen-l
inl nuKembly In the ball, and It Is'
jirobable that Consul Canavnrro will
uake an ndd.esM. though theie Is no
et piogram. j
After the speaking at the hall, n
lino of mulch will bo formed and
Ho lieudqinrtcrs of tho various l'or.
tugueso societies will be visited The
Portuguese bund will ticii.il the pu-
.ade and the musical piogram will
liic.udo the new national iiuthem of
tho republl . Aboe the pnradois
and oer the Portuguese Miclety hall
will float the now Hug of Poitugal,
the flag .f the republic. a banner of
red and green.
Tho parade will llnally arrive. At
the PoitugueVe (oiuulnte, and It Is
pi (.liable that the calculation will
lust till long luto-Hnr'tilghtf -Ji
Aini.iientl wnltlni! fur the na
tlor of Kurope.to takn'hctlon flrst,
the United States has not yet reiog'
nlred the Portuguero Republic, hut
lews or this recognition Is expected
nny day. I
The spirit of tho PoitiigucsR of
tills clt.v is espo laity friendly to tho
cpuhllc.in form of government, and
it i fonlideiitly piedlcted that tho
mother nation under tho new form
if governinnnt will steadily regain
Hie powei and grandeur of thejears
f Its enrlv hlktorv.
Japanese Laborer for Hilo
Railroad Flung Out
(flin.il Ilu I lei In cvrrosmnd, nre.)
l IIII.O, Nov. II. Owing lo tho
lough nut ill of the country to he
tineicd and the obstacles lo lie
nwrioinc, dea.h In Mime unusually
olcnt form occailoually meets
(horn who ale oniplojetl In the push-
lug of the tiaik or the Illlo Rail-
'load Company . towau'ls Kuinakua.
Men have been blown up by giant
powder, they have been smothered
In landslides and have been shot out
t() t,ea thiough tuuuuiir. The lai.1
v i int. n Jaiianete, who met his
dialh lust Wednesday, was cnrrled
In a Hume out Into tho ocean and
Tile Japanese was working with ;i
Bung or other Jupanese iindor a Jap-
auoie conttnetor. The gang wui
working on a deep cut neur the Ho-
noiiiu mill. They had reached n
point wltero some lock was to bo
blnrted out, nnd the mun was son,
to get wuter with which to clean
out the holes made by tho drills.
This was ut ubuut 2 o'. lock In the
afternoon. He was not seen nllvo
It appears that tho man tried lo
get his water nt a large lluino which
used to cniry water for slulcln
rally ivwh-t nil miuhij
At this point the iliinio
,,(,t very far from
the sort, nn I
u appe.irs that he must have fallen
l,,to tho mpldly-llowlng water and
)mVo been cnrrled by It n-fto. tho
go r tho blurt nnd Into tho
1 lirj vat i-i iiii- kuiiK iirwutnu nm.
tI.a fc. ll, ni. 1.u...tn tin
'Tli a rnel nf i lui irniiiT
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easy on " Mint or tho long absence
, ,,.r onmrnde ami Instituted u
.B',irPh for ,,. ta i,(M,y waii f(mn(I
, ,,e sea Just below tho point where
the Hume empties Into tho ocean,
Plants cannot live If deprived
MAN TO DEATH
tfiirln-vHfMf--f-f-' '" - f - tf'fa
: F o r m e r War
Tells of What
for war with
Is ceitaliily iirenariiiRt
tlu Unlfd StatOB in'
which both the Philippines nml I!"-
vnll will bo In great danger from the.
""t moo of the campaign, Is tho
opinion of Snm Trlsscl iiespaporinnn
"" vr hhiuhihuihuiu nu a.jap,inMn character and purixisea
"!'"'" ' '' mcivo yiars in inner-
'" l,-irt f '"r iist. and Is now on
"lo ttav ' tlie "nlted States on Iho
Trlsre knows, tho Orient from long'
rrldence. and during tho time holms
on thero bo has Ix-en conrtnntly on,
tho stun" of Hip New York Times and'
I'uic.igo rews. Detunes liclng ono or,
'no ''' AKcinio.l ness toncpon-
oenm sent to Hie front from TnXI i
during mo .Upineso war, s rvlng with
""th-llio Japy-Jig and Jtnsslnn forces
WILL TAKE UP
Near!., n hundred members (if tho
lliiwal, a Sugar Planters' A8S0'la
tlo.i i iv expect c.l to attend tho ull
l.ur. i-v.iug of the ntsoclatloil.
whli .ll begin not Monday morn
liii; In the looms In the Juild build
ing. It prc.ir.lsrn to be one ut tho
most Important meetings overt, held.
llesMex loiitiuo blisluius, election o(
tilllce.B and Miidifi matters, ' tho
p.uuicis will discuss tho labor prob
lem. IC. l'.ixou HUhop Is ihalnnau of
the labor corn mjt tee, mid it Is uilder-
tood that hU report will go thor
oifghly Into the present status 'of
plantation labor, ns well as the pos.
nihilities of tho futuic,
One cif tho piomlucnt topics up for
dUciiFloii will be thnt ot ronserva
tlau, nnd It will bo taken up nt a
julnt meeting In tho throne room or
the Cnpltcl on Wodnob'lny. Tho an-
ntial inspection or the ntsoc latlou's
exnnrlmeut station will probably bo
held on Wednesday morning.
Thu annual tcsMon will conclude
with the usual b.uici'.ict on Thursday
ti I nrnciam so fur outllmsl is
given below. J U hluinly tentutlve,
and may possibly be changod;
I 1 Presldent'o address.
s Secretary's repot t.
;i Comldeiatlon ot iwmmlttec ro
ports to be arranged, us to time and,
Tho flisi liii! Hblnment nf tbo now
- r- - -
rrop of susar, will be niado on Do-
- inner ii, aim iroiii prcscni pros-
J''h it will tax tho carrying capa-
i5' f Hie A.nerican-Iiawallau .loam-
or AlasVim. according to news today
f" PKr factors' Qompany.
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"' " mc me saccnarino suimanco
will bo se,,t out every twelve days.'
fnmo ',' 1,,. "'" , ,b OKrlndlnB
this nionlh and next month tho crudo
iHiigar will ho turned! out all over thn
Islands. Tho Sngnr Factors Company
Ik making preparations to handlo n
larger crop next year than this.
- tWtk Aj Ua5, A. L,...,.iH;hAdtfilMv
He Has Seen M
durlna the struscle.
iin i.ns nent.Mimo limn recentlv Inl
.Japnn on bis way homo from the Phfj
iippinn, and his view on the Japanese
spuatloii today as gleaned on HiTm
i,., mother with what ho knows of
g.dncd on prcvloira resldcnco In Jif
,,a, B Interesting. '.J
Hpcaklng of the situation this morn
Ing whllo he was on shoro from tho
Slbctla Mr. Trlssel said:
"There nro about n dozen men In
Japan who do Iho thinking for .fort;
millions of peoplo, ami, what thoa
men tell tho people of the country
"Tho peoplo todn-In lapan are taxd
c.l more hoivlly than at any otbefi
mm iw m mm
flr.lnr ,.f fi.'.llle lit. Mm. r.inArla lia.
Ing as folloivH: (n) Kxperlment SlaT
.tloil: V.. 11. Wodehoo'.e. (hnlrmaili
lt I nl.n f-r.nimlrl.ut. T.' Ifi lllal,t.l
-f ..... .......u. , ... ., .(.n.ur,
rlitltrmiMl fel I'litlvhttfiti nliil riir.'
llilzatloii on t'nlrrlgnted Plantu
t'rnn; John A. Sc'jtt, chairman, (d)
Cutting, Leading nnd (lonoral Plan;
tntlnn Tiunspoifatlon; A. Horner?
chnlriuaii. (e) Manufacture of Bug;
nr and Utilization of lly-produclsj
J. N. S. Williams, chairman. (f
Mnuur.ictiirlug Machinery; 11, 111
II. ...I. ..II,.... .!..!.. .. 1.
I'l-iiiinuon , Liiaiiiiiuii. ik; rui
try; John Watt, chairman. ' (hjl
iiiiriiuig iiriuii- t.iiiiing: 11. iifiini
helmer. (I) Labor-saving; Device;
J, T. Molr. chnlrmnn. A
4i:icctlon ot trustees ror tho (fa
-"'h ..".- i
f Adjournment until the nrtera
iiicii. it uiei'iiug ill inn lit-wiJ.tMi-cia
ed board or trustees being held Tu
tlin liilerlni fur I fit. nlnrtlmi rtf nflt-
4rs ror the ensuing year. Jj
G Afternoon tendon,
after thn .hearing and Miiulderatlonj
of co'nmlttco icnorts In tho order.
iirevlcaip.y iisslgneil, "w
7 viut to experiment station, nt
S- Attendance nt forestry meet
Ing, In throne room of Capitol, WeJ
ncrlay afternoon, November IC,
9 Annual banquet, Thursday,)
evening, November 17
"Why should the Homo Rule party,
i. ,, - ,-
" tlioppe.1 from tho pollUcal fleld
n.unmnii un mi . i
rrmiau- couch,,.., , .. uo-koih.
re,., way i tmiu.ii i i.h oo jerpei
"atcd. It will cease to exlat onljj
whon Hawaii has become a State,
i i-nn piiu ,t r. ni mi" fiaiii nr run
,",". ',;," 'V ' ,, M"S
iimtltt nt tltn
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iinllii lust Tuesilnv ail
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f n II ll I 1 ., I A fnt-
ror Delegato to Congrewjjj
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lrid n II u I lot I ; "P?""' M''
m' fJ? ' I""" ,
this morning, thnt his party will b.
In existence two )cuis hence. tw
Notley Is not at all bitter over hi?
downfall, but, on the contrary, titf
I takes defeat eooiI natureuly.