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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 191tKl2 PAGES.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5091.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ARMY MAN DROWNS; MURDER?
REBELS ARE TAKING
FORT FALLS AND
REBELS PRESS ON
(Associated I'n-M Oill)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Nov. 23. Reports received here from China tell
of the capture ol a fort on the outskirts of Nanking by the rebels, the de
lenders beinu taken prisoner.
(Srlil Hill let In MiMe.)
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 23. The Fifteenth Infantry, comlnrj December 1 and
exnrcted to he orileied to China, will be reinforced.
(Spiel li In l.lliuty New)
NANKING, Nov. 23, 11:20 a. m. General Chung Fun of the imperial army
has fled to Shanghai with his family. Three of them, however, were cap
tured by the rebels.
Tho revolutionary army attacked Nanking and destroyed Ching Yang Gate,
one of the entrances to tho city. It l reported that the Imperialists are
short of provisions and ammunition There is no money In the treasury.
The revolutionists captured the district of Kwal Chuck of Honan.
f AiMnchtiil I'nw OlMiO
LONDON, Eng, Nov. 23 Mrs. Pe
thick Lawrence, leader of the suffrag
ette rioters during their recent attacks,
was today sentenced to a month in
Ullfllr lr 1 Htl I
ill IllLUULU JlIlL '
f Assnelitid t-icss "'ihwM
NEW ORLEANS, La.. Nov. 23. De
tcttivo William J. Burns declared here
today that witnesses in the Los Angeles
Times dynamiting ease have been
threatened with death when they re
fused bribes offered to silence them.
(Sim rtil It nil t In Cable.)
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 23. Union la
bur organizations have issued a request
to the officers of the various allied
tr.-ii'i-o unions asking them to sub
scribe a week's pay to assist in the ex
penses of dofending the McNamaras.
This means a fund of $00,000.
JURY NOW FILLED
FOR THE THIRD TIME
(!mlll fill I lei lr Palm- I
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 23 The
McNamara jury has been filled for the
Tui M lilri-H lull' alir.'iil hi'i'ii drawn
iiml th" Juiv twice lllh'il ln-fiMf. mily I"
In. id nit IimI b lhi cli.llh iikih of tho
I. r 11-4- ur piusis'tithm
GREETED IN ROME
(Kiuclff llnl li't In ('able 1
ROME, Italy, Nov. 23. Archbishop
John M. Farley of New York and Mgr,
Diomede Falconio, apostolic delegate
from the Vatican to the United States,
who will bo made cardinals at the con
sistory on November 27, arrived here
today and were given an ovation.
BRYAN, WIFE AND
(Hnetlll II I 1 1' t I II falilc i
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 23. The
passengers of the wrecked Prinz Joa
chim, among them Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Jennings Bryan and their grand
child, huvo been transferred to the liner
BREAKING UP GANG
THAT SMUGGLED CHINESE
' (Pixi'lal II u I li I In Cable 1
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 23. A big plot
to smuggle Chinese Into the United
States has been discovered and twenty
Tin Hi's in plaeii like hoine-iiiiil
nunc mini led men Die llluil uf It
President i: O. While of tho Mer-
cluihtR' Association this inoriiiiiK I
moil a call for a nieotiiiK nf tho iHreo
,0,B ur "l0 lBBnl-1""" lmrmw nft-
oi noun to tnko up tho pltus fur on-
fertaltiliiK lho inrii of llio Pacific
cruiser lloct. which In tn nrrti hole
Definite action tow aid welcoming
tho men of t lie licet will lit taken.
I'lcshlont While tills iiidiiiIiik t--piosscd
himself In cnllro iicronl with
tho RentltnontH lho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ox
piessod t'llllmlally jestorday lln bo
Hews that It In up tn Honolulu In
welcome nut '(inly lho iillhorH lint the
men ur tho lltet.
.litHt what will he ilone cinnul ho
said, hut mine suit of an athletic pio
Ki.im will ho talked mrr, loKothci
with pints fin a grand hill
I;orwhMo IIiIh inoinliik' wero
lieanl ill equations that Honolulu
should kIno lho h.iIIoih tho kIiiiI hand
and pnnhle entertainment tin them
ItirltiK their ciiinp.n.itUely Khurt lels
in ti lioiiiH lii pint.
NiitliitiK el.ilioiate In niiipnsed The
cost will nut be mole than a few Ii tin
It w:ih tho enleitalnnient coininlt
tee uf the Men Ii. nits' AsKochillon that
jrtit up the platiH fur oiiteitnlniliK lho
men nf tho Alliutlc hiltleshlp Ihet
when It Htoppoil lieio (,n its iininil-llu-wuihl
ciulsei u feu e,ns iiku. Only
a lew niunlliH ano the Mercliiints' As
bocl.il Ion went tu tho fiont and nr-
latiKoil ii I'diiilh nf .Inly celehrnllo'i
fur n few liiitulieil ilollars Hint wax
made K"I emphatically. Nnw lho
meichatilH aio ttikliiK lip tho piesont
iliiOHthni lKnliuisly I'leslilent Rpahl
(Continued on Page 2)
SIXTY LOSE LIVES IN
TRAIN WRECK IN FRANCE
(Sliii'lal II ii I let In C.it.l" )
SAUMUR, Fr., Nov. 23. Sixty per
sons were drowned today when a train
PRINCE HAS 'PENDICITIS
(Special Ilullot In Calilf )
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 23
The crown prince was operated upon
today for appendicitis.
JURY OUT IN TARRING CASE
fSpnlal Kill let In'C.ilil v
LINCOLN CENTER, Kan., Nov. 23.
The jury In the school mistress tar
ring case is out.
Mlt II. IIOI.T, editor or tho New
Votk Midi pendent, and Mr l.lndsii)
Itiissell, whn have miiiln u lour of
Julian and northern China, weie cu
lt Knitted at liinehioti ut the Univers
ity Club' this iiriiniinon, Immediately
after their milval on the Shlnyn
Miss Kelly's. Christian
Miss Kate Kill a sti;iior,rnpher III
lho Judiciary department of tin- Sn
pnnie t'niirt, iiml fur three cnrH u
resident nf tin- V V C. A. Iliiiiirntniil,
I'iIO KlhK street, Iiiih hn'ii rtiticstcd In
leave the Homestead, b cause of Chrls
tlim Sck live billefs cntci tallied by lur,
iiml tmu-liU inbli' public Intel est, wlihh
In some liistnlnes hordeis mi ImllKii'i
linii, bus In en nriiustd
Whi'li m fii this iiininlliK. iiilnta V.
Moer, Ki'iunil sicritnrj of the asu
I'lntliin, nfusul to discus tin' matter
ntliir than tn mliiilt the Tint of Miss
Kelly's dismissal She declared that
Hlii' illil nut fill hcrsilf In it position
to iiiaki' n public HtatiMiii'iit at this
time, hat that nftir i'uiiiiltiithm with
icrlnln otlur ntllcluls hIu- would wlll
hiKly make Known her position.
Miss Mnyir ami Miss Kilty wen- In
t'uiiHullatlon ln"tln' W c A moms
In tin' Huston liiillillmr till mnrnliiK
nicy ii.ti.ir.. tiuniMiv.H n. ). nn "
hcMt uf tirnm III it purdy perxnnal way
and llllhoiln'll MIsh Kill Ik xald In ft el
lho situation keenly, she did lint evince
any lll-rcillnu In the IlililMeu t'UK
MIum Mner ileel.ired that In many
uiijk MIhh Kelly was all Ideal iuuiK
wiuuaii In lho home Km tlu i' than this
she rifut.es tn coinnilt herself III ports,
she says, aio ny niiiili Karhled ami
Kile hopes In enllKliteli the public lis tu
the uuihrblin; truth In the milttr
Within a few itnH
LABOR UNION LEADERS
MUST STAND TRIALS
( Ashih'I lit il I'rtHS ('able.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 23.
President Samuel Gompers of th
American Federation of Labor, Vice
President John Mitchell and Secretary
Frank Morrison must stand tried agaln(fl.u (l)H ,. ,,, ull.h j,r, j,.caiiil
for contempt of court, according to
ruling by the Supreme Court handed
The labor union leaders are rlmrKi'i!
Willi uiiitciiipt uf (iiurt because, whin
thu lluek Him i) A; IIiiiik" i'h'h ease
tiKiilust the uiihiiis for hojcoltllu,- wis
III (inirt, thu American IVderallonlst.
(irKiin of the unions, prlntnl attacks mi
the iiiiikc (uliip.uiy
PACKERS REFUSED STAY
BY THECHIEF JUSTICE
f AMnctntt-ii Press Palil.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 23.
Chief Justice White of the Supreme
Court today refused a stay of proceed
ings to the ten packers charged with
vioiaiing ine anti-trust act. I no entire
court will get an application now.
NEW STATE PRINTER
f Asnnnlnted Press Cabli
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 23. F. W.
Richardson of Berkeley has been ap
pointed State printer to succeed Shan
non, who resigned owing to the scandal
over the conduct of his office,
Infective riihlur tnbliiK (.onniitliiK u
Kasplpe with a heatir caused the as
phyxiation of I'atrlek Donahue, lilted 110,
at r.iwtuiktt, It I, and may result
III the di nth of his wife
H. C. HENDRICK
Cornir Merchant and Alakea Street!
FORT RUGER Q. M.-SERGT., HEAD
Slams At II. S. Men
"I regard as extremely unfortunate the harsh criticism that
has been made of the army doctors and the marine hospital
service. The baiting of the officials in this manner is neither
good taste nor good policy. Oahu is quartering large bodies
of troops and the derogatory terms used in criticising the
United States officers, medical op otherwise, cannot but be
taken cognizance of elsewhere, which will not be of advant
age to Honolulu.
"I hope that everything possible will be done to show the
United States representatives that the sentiments expressed
in this criticism are those of only a very small per cent of
the community and not to be taken as the general feeling
in any way.
"The sanitation campaign is being conducted with due
legard for the commercial banana plantations. So long-as -the
neoule in charge do not cut down the commercial plan-
tatrons, the other banana trees
uarativclv little value. I believe the campaign is being con
ducted with consideration and moderation." E. I. SPALD
ING, PRESIDENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
NEW TUNNEL PLAN
Ciilllniirs h.uu lietn eni;ai!ed h I.
I, .Mii'aiiilless and ale now at work on
Miren for a Kieat Irrigation tunnel
si hi nn) tlnoioili the Koolnu iiiuiintalus
prcsiiiuahly tn I.iIiik wulir rroni W'll
kane anil Waiahnle tu the platitatlous.
This follows thu Incorporation uf a
wattr nimp.ins eaiiltatli'iil at J.'O.OOn u
Iish holds politically nil the stock The
ionii.in was liuorporiiteil tu fuclllt itn
the hamlllim- of the water rights that
Mr Mil'iiliilliss has aiiulrcil,
Koine of these rlKhtu, iieeiirdlnK tu
the Iheuse arraiiKtil by the Tinltory
There I" n daiiBtr of any more ye'-,
ow fevir lu the town at the present
time, net in dim; In the reports made tu
(, ,',v, rllir XM mnnK.
at Kallhl Is hi Id r, and It Is now known
for iirtalu that ho has not had any
This inoiiilin; a hlK eouferenee was
held In the (ioviruoi's oltlce, at which
Dr. Rupert lllue, Dr Marshal, Dr I'ralt,
Intendeiit of I'ul'llc Works Mat stun
('ampin II were presi nt.
The mat It r of the swamp
thriiiiKliout the whole of the town caiiin
up fn, cmslderatlon ,,,l i.UI,oKl, nn
I Plan was euilv.d ,,, ters has,'
hiiniinn started iilniii? this Hue, and It
..... ... ... , .
s Ihuimht that soinithlni; will he dnno
I., the near f.iture
That the Walpllnplln lands shnuhl he,
K.nie nn with s s.ttled. hovveM'r. and
I ... ma.t.r n runnlnir tin. s.vvir
thrniiKh this will he canled nut us snot,
l,n ,llf ..
HAN rilANCIKCO, Cal, Nov :i
Hifts' SS analysis, Ifis Oil ; parity, R Mo
I'levlous iiiutathin, ICa Sd
that come down are df com-
with l'futinli.iiur. riiiesntliii: tho
Oahu I'l.iiitutlou (iiiiiian. and passed
l.j the land luiaiil, ate In iueslluu, the
Ko, riumlit el iliilliiK rlnlils tli.it Mr
MiCaudless iiialiitalns h hniB lolilui by
pati lit and liuse
The tu'iiiul sihenie on whkli Me
C.iinlhss' enisliiierH are now at work Is
nut tho same as the tuiiiul scheme
worked nut fur the O.lliu I'hintutlon
Company, said Mr. .MiCaudless this
iiiiiruhiK Hi did lint wish tu discuss
his plans fully at this time, hut con
firmed the n port that i imlneera ule at
work for hlui mi plans fur unutlnr
Major fit-in nil Murray look a day
olT front ndlvo Inspictinn work today
The division coiiiuiaudi'i has been on
the no eir iniunelit since his arrlMi!
frinn San rrnnclsiii on Ihe transport
Thiimas last week, and tuil.i) he left
free frinn eM-iiislons In unhr to apply
hltusiir to his correspondence
I I have In i n pit-tly busy since thnilay
t fi t - - . !... h 1.1
1 liiTiMtl, MUM l-eiur.ll .11111111 llll
innpiiliiir "iiml I'm Ink I ML' til 111 I'M .,
ivu m. ,.,. l,mpreil
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I koou uillio Illil-'" "I ill" tnmint tin.,
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Jllll) llll' IIIIIWU .,1 ,,li- in.,, un ,, in ,.n
Intention tu spun) li weik with Ail
iiilral Thinu.is nn u Joint army mid my
liispeitlou of I'm mast line with a view
tn tut ill i' laud di fenses.
Weekly Bulimia II per year
FOUND IN STREAM
Police Find Indications He Was
Killed Last Night After
Carousal - Robbery May
Have Preceded Fight-Many
Crimes This Week
Tiiitr il'iH of lho li',(Hi(lle( crlmai !
'ltli which the pollie have dealt !n
o.iih catiio Id n illninx this iiuirnlng,
when tho water. nf Niiimii s rcinii
illsiloseil what tho ollliers of the Ir.v.";'
hellco tn he n uiiirder inysterj.
Kltner e'eh ole. Mil irleriuasU'r-nur-L'l'.mt
al I'mt lluurr. was fiiund
.li.utit.if l lln, utrii,,., .1, .rllv liof.,1,,1
('M'n nVhck this tnruliiK b Joo
I'll i, a stevedore. I'm, koIiik III
v.nrk (in the rTocks, hii the Iiml) nf
tlib man IIiir In Ihe sIiii;kI1i water
near Hotel street and imnioiliatelv,
notified tho police. ,
ClrctimsluiicCH hiii riiim!iiiic the C'li-o
lead llio Millet) In htllet' lh.it tho
army man was nuiidered and imssl
bly thrown Into the stream to inver
iii the ovldeiicos of crime Uohhurv
may have led In the murder.
An soon as the si!lie weio notified
IliU inninliii- by l'ua, a squ id of on
Icemen wax dispatched lu the scene
Willi some illlUcultj, (he tnsl was
taken out of tho wiler. It was the i
noticed that there was a larne lump
on Ihe head in ule h u hliinl Instru
ment. Theto weio loveral t-uts on
tho iIiccKh, ulmi This led Ihe pjlke
to suspect that the milt was mil ih r-
eil. IK'pntj Sheiiff Hose who has
charge of the case Is makliiK a se.nch-
CITY TEAMS FAIL
"The illv and lount.v is In a p.isl
thin win re It will be uiiihle tu cepe
Willi the Ilium use amount uf b.iiiaii i
ciittliiKs, rubbish ami ihhrls which Is
in ciiiiiiikitlm; ulonir streets Ihruiiuhuut
Ihe Mirlinis districts." dis hired Hunr
vlser KriiKir, ihalrniiiii of the s.iultu
tlou and Ik ii 1 1 It lonilulttie, this inoin
lii'f. "I laileve that ail nppcit must imiiln
he made tu the business null (llnl cltl-
.i iis i;eiierally tor looptrutlon ii ml the
hull of li mis fur the coiiiIiik Huuilav
at which time u hi rue iiuiniint uf left
ov,r ihhrls mid trhninllii;s from pliln
ises mid lawns loulil be hauled to the
vvnttrsldc mid ih posited In readiness for
tinns'pnrtatloii to sea
EVERY OFFICER IN DEPARTMENT
OF HAWAII HT FOR THE FIELB
The army In O.ilm has male an . subject of mm li sp. culallon In unity
other record. Theto Is not an olllcer clrdcs as to whither tho War Do
In tho cnllio Department of Hawaii,1 liutuieMt eontcmpliteil Intervention In
in any iirtn of llio serlco or on ir- China or tho tendliiK of troops, ailti
tnelied duty, who Is phjslcnll) utitltl It) the Mexican border, or u)t!i. Tho
for Immediate service. I regular aiminl physical eiiiiltiatlja
This KiatlfjItiK fact vviih detcrinlno.l nf olUcom w.n to liavo comtncnceil
a llio resiill of the cable order io- December 1, nnd to rush order wm
cclveil by lho department coniinamlo prodintlvo c( considcrablo kuc6s worl:.
three da)H iiRu, liistitictlni; him to Division hcadnmirtcrs In S.tti I'Y.in
forwnrd Imiiiedlatuly the ii.iiikis of any cltrn wcro nutlllOil by cahly of tho
oirict-rs lieio who would not ho nli'o lilsli ftato of olllclency ntnuiii; 'com
tu take tho field, Thin order wad tho missioned olllccra.
: : : : : : -:-.;. .;. .;. .;.
wvm: or nmn:
ii:i:i'.s I'iM.ii'i: iii'M :
The police records for (he past
four ilajo Khun two siilihles. u
murder niul with (ho Schooley
caio, iiroh.ibly another murder,
besides several accidents j-'lmul-
taticntialy. tlie Thief if detce-
lives mill a poise In scoiirlni; tin)
hills iiml fields for 1'eler Ito.l-
1 erigiicii, Ihe miinlerer who broke '
Jail some lime iiku and whn 19
1 reported tn have said that there 't
will bo other deaths lufoie he 't
.. .j. .;. .;. . .; . . .;. . .;. . I. . .. .
iiiK ItiM'Sllitalliiu as In tho c.mio of
the (lentil. The hod) was leinovi'd tn
llio Roveinmeul morgue, where 1'ullio
Hiirueon Ciiiolsiiii iiiado an exainlna
linn. Accurdini: In wh'il the jsillco learn
ed this mornliii:. Scliisilej was ilrlnklni:
ii kooiI dial nt tho lliuiz.il saloon last
iilKht. After ililiikiui; with flleluls In
thu s.ihsin. Seoolcv walked out and
Iii-iiiI- I towards tin, Nuuanii stream
emhiiikmeiit lie a belli by tho
pollen ninl other penplo HltlliiK on the
(Continued on Page 6)
All the ii,v mid ((units teams are
nnw at wink lte!.li h we have placed
a (UN steam lull r In the service, mid
h this tuthiii sivin larK- waKuiisnr
In pt ciuistaiitly on thu move U title
the seven cnrlB nr hauled from lln
outir distil Is to the foot of I'nrt
strut, mi (iiial number nf i.uivey
llllies are lejihil, so lh.it there Is little
time lost In tlu inov-inent of Ihe rub
bish People Must De Patient.
'"Ihe piople must bear with us hi
Imtlenee," snvs Siipeivlsnr KniK r. "Wii
are iIuIiib tin- wry hest'we can with
the iiiilpiu(iit at our (iiuiiiiind W'a
have the Itnpul fruni.lt ti nn it our
(Continued on Page 8)
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