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22 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEtBER 25, 1911. 22 PAGES.
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From 8n Franclsool
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HARVARD AND YALE TIE, 0-0
BOTH MISS GOALS PROM THE FIELD
BITTER GAME 18
(Spif1.il mil let tn Cable.)
CAMDRIDCE, Mass., Nov. 25. Harvard 0, Yale 0.
That was the end of one of the hardest-fought games the two classic
rivals of the gridiron have ever fought. It was the third scoreless game in
fourteen years. ,
Tho contest, fought out on a soggy gridiron before a brilliant crowd of
tO.000 people, was a kicking duel. Both teams failed to negotiate field goals,
and were unable to score by line-bucking or open play. They were, gener
ally speaking, evenly matched.
In the second half Philbln, Yale's speedy halfback, tore- off a thirty-five-yard
run, the longest of the day.
Yale's offense showed up the better until towards the last, when Har
vard rushed the ball twenty-five yards.
In tho last five minutes of play Yale missed a goal from Harvard's thirty
Yale's Minnesota shift, brought to New Haven by Shevlin, the former
Yale captain, proved useless.
For Harvard, Felton, left end, and Potter, the new quarter, outkicked
Camp, Yale's end.
The game ended in silence.
t Associated Preps
SAN FRANQISCO, Cal., Nov. 25.
Upsets In form were registered on
many gridirons today.
The Navy defeated the Army today
in their annual battle by a score of' 3
to 0, a goal from the field winning for
G IS FALLING TO REBELS
( AniHi.itel press CaliliO
NANKING, China, Nov. 25. The rebels have captured Tiger Hill fort and
the big guns there.
Many imperialists have joined the rebel forces.
PEKING, China, Nov. 25. It is said here that Yuan Shih Kai'a position
has become intolerable, as he is not trusted.
SHANGHAI, China, Nov. 24. The
of Shansi hat started for Peking.
FLEET WILL GET
Tim llvii armored cruisers nt thii Pa
cllli! (lift, which urt- now nl t mid
way between S;m Fmnclscn mid Ho
nolulu, will h In port Tuesday utt-
I llinoll. TIllH l till! HUhstllllCO uf u
wireless message lecelvcd by Admiral'
1'imlcH from Admiral Thomas hist
Tin- plans of tho lb-el after arrival
In nl art mil ih-ilnltiiy known, itciihx
have been Mt'iirtil lor all the hIiIix. mill
there will bo no ill-lay in ducking. Tim
llugshlpa California mid West Virginia
will in.il llrxt. Future I:iiih will nut
hi- iiiiniiiini'i'il until Iho nirlval of Ad
Chief llualHwalii Metiers. IJ. S. N.,
wliu arrived on tliu Cincinnati to ro-Ih-Vii
Chief lliulHWiiln Shcpley at the
I of. 1 1 imvul station, Hails himself in the
high iioHltiou of nctlng eaiilalu of Hit'
yanl. lie, an wiih Mr. .Shoplcy before
lilm, Is Hie only warrant nlllccr In tlni
sel'Vlco holding llilWII klll-ll ll Job. Till-In
-Ins; no lino ollU'er othti' than tho
t'ouiniiiiiilaut at Honolulu, .Mr. Milters
Js In reallly xoinnd In eiiiniuauil to
Admiral divvies, and itx xuclw iic-Im nx
captain of tin- yanl, a position usually
held by u full four-striper.
Tlio courtMunrtlnl trying tho c.iku of
Hugi-no l.nve, Marine Corps private
charged Willi euihe.7.leineiit anil scan
dalous conduct, eloseil llx ilellhi rations
llils morning with tho summing up by
(.'iiplitlll A. T. Muiix, ilefi-nilant'H culill-
Minnesota beat Illinois 11 to 0. One
of the big surprises was the 5 to 0
defeat Chicago handed to Wiscoutln.
Nebraska tied Michigan's big team,
6 to 6.
revolutionary army from the province
Until Hides broke oven thin inotnlng
III llio ciiciill com! before Judge Wil
liam I.. Whitney when argument w;ih
heard on C lie exceptions. In connection
Willi tho caxo In which John II. WII
huh Ik applying for an Injunction tn
ho brought against tliu Lord-Young
KiiKln-.-erlui; Cnniiany tn stop It go
ing mi with Iho cuiilrm-t for Iho first
Keellnii (if I lie belt road.
Now Unit tliu exi-epllims, which
were all more or less legil polnla
hnvo been sett U'i the e.iso will ciinio
down fur u-al argument un Hh merits.
It Iiiih been placed on Iho calendar for
eaily next innulh and Attorney Prosit-t-i-
of tho Hi ni of Kinney, Piossor,
AmlerKon & Marx, who appear fur
Wilson In llui mutter, ulnlcd thin
morning that they would lie ready
Tho rpitloiiH IIiIh inornlnK wcro
IIiokc taken by -WIImhi tu the mniwerif
that linvo.bceif flleil by Hie ilufiiiiliiiiln
lu'llio cano. Theio havu been tlueo
uiihwuih lllu' ho far.
HAN I'llANCIHfO, Pill., Nov. SB.
Ileils: hti analysis, ins. r,d.; parity,
C.SL'c. I'revloiis (imitation, 10s. 4 1-Sil.
! ! : :) -i-
xel. l.ovo pleaded guilty to both
charges, and his sentence will be an
nounced later by Admiral C'owlcx, thu
convening authority of the couit.
FIRST PHOTOS OF THE
Tho reniarkahle iliolo(;railis
i publlHlied by the II n 1 1 e 1 1 ll
4' herewith were linilleht fi-iim &
Cliliiu by Kntnk N. Ilrockman,
v the . m. I. A. man who wan
J- prcHent at (he fall of ShaiiKhal.
4- The nhiitoernlih uliiili hIkIwm Him
lamlliiK of American marines In
SluiiiKhal, with the revoliiliuimry :-
Hag Hying everywhere. Tlii) llm-
I- to below bIiowk lliinkiiw burnlug
friim'the rebel tnrclies. '
Ill I IlTlllllll
ll !l( NEUTRAL
PARIS, Fr., Nov. 25. Russia has in
formed tho powers that she Insists
upon a treaty of neutrality in the Dar
It had been reported that Italy in
tends to blockade the straits to cut off
MORSE MAY DIE
AS DID WALSH
(Hli.-ol.il lull let 1 1 '.'.I'll.-.)
ATLANTA, Ga, Nov. 25 Charles
W, Morse, the ice king and New York
banker convicted of violating the Fed
eral banking laws, now serving sen
tence here, is critically ill.
DIE IN CHAIR
(Kpirlul II ii Hi' I In C.il.lc)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nov. 25
Dertram Spencer, the "gentleman bur
glar," was convicted today of the mur
der of Martha Blackstone and sen
tenced to death by electrocution.
SHAKES OUT ANOTHER
(Hpeclal ii e Hi Cllile 1
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 25. The
State board of control reports charges
against the board of optometry for
'squandering funds and petty grafting.
W. H. Storms has been named to sup-
.plant Stato Mineralogist Aubury, the
shake-up being a surprise.
G0MPERS AGAIN HEADS
FEDERATION OF LABOR
(SlieC'l.ll IIUlli-I III Culill- )
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 25 Samuel
Gompers was today reelected president
of the American Federation of Labor,
d I :ll Du
BOND ISSUE SHOWS FAITH OF
INVESTORS IN SUGAR FUTURE
The largest bond deal In ll lout; time
was I'OiiHuiiiiiiiited early this morning
thioiiKli the Hawaiian Trust Company,
repri-MiitliiB both buyer and hpIU-
when Walalua live per cent, bonds to
the amount of. JIiir,,G0U IlKiired In u
deal said to be hi-tween a bh; estate
mid Ibe Walalua minor company. It
Is leporli'd that the estate, which was
the m Hit, will Invest the proceeds 111
Several featurea aside from thu
amount of money Involved make tliu
xalo mi luterextlnK one, particularly at
the present stagnant stage of the mar
ket. Due Is that the bonds sold ill
IU3.r,u, making the Investment about
four and one-half per cent mid prnv
llli; cnnclllldW'IV the llllt-edued eluirne
lir.f ..r i.ifititiiiii.ti i.,.ii.Il i. ii. ...... it t,
Is regarded us a low per cent. Imest-
The Knlmukl .Mei'i-alillle Company,
an organization of Honolulu Chines.-,
has Issued InvllatloiiH to the formal
illuming of Ihelr establishment at Iho
corner of Kuko Head iivenue and Wiil
alao load from seven until lilne-tlili'ty
this evening. The company will cater
lo tho wants of tho lesldenlH of Knl
mukl and vicinity and will supply
Ihem Willi ii high grade of grocorlt-H
and provislonx. Hand will play from
7 to ll o'clock.
RAILWAY TROUBLE ENDED
I Associated I'resx Cable.)
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 25. The Rock
Island system shopmen have accepted
a new wage and time schedule.
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
mint, particularly for the general clans
I of the xcciirlty, agricultural bondx, and
that the Investor Is willing to make
.the Investment at the llgure xhowx tho
iiiiiii 01 me piirciiastr in sucn u ciaxs
II Has piilnlc. I nut by a keen critic
..r ii... I... .d... i ii. -ii 1 1.... iiii.i. tii.i.iin.
!... .. ..... & .it... , ... i i. . . i, .........
Ih. n liondx are thus commanding the
. xaiuii lliniiicl.il petition ax Union Ta
ctile bonds on the mainland, admitted
ly an invexiineui in mo uiguexi integ
rity. The maiket today showed little else
of unusual Inter. -si, the sales being oth
erwise comparatively small, although
the number of transactions was mod
irately large. The uncertainty over
the future of the lal'IIT will prevent
imv iii:irkiil iiiiii'i-iiit-nt fur suiim ui'iiltx.
jit Is believed.
BE TURNED OUT
OrdciH have been received at do
liaitnient lio:iiliiiarttti8 anlhoilz'ni;
thu holding in service of soldiers who
would in- thrown on Ihelr own io
sources between the time of their ills
charge ami the dep.'irtiiiu of tho next
traiiximt for the Coast. Tho train
isn't schedule has been thrown out ot
gear, and there will ho no December
boat for Iho Slates. It would bo un
iimlntih'.cd hardship lo turn tho no)-ilh-IH
Inline to nllift for tbelllnelveH at
Ihelr own t-vpense.
Tho seven men who'nl-o iletaltod lo
atleml tliu scheol of h.ikeru ami cooks
al the l'robhllo will also ho held over
for the next transport, nipl not sent
mi a liner as was thought likely.
Lieutenant Albert 11. Dockery, o(
the Fifth Cavalry, who goes to Sacra-im-nlo
as liispeclor-lnstructnr of iho
California National (luaril, will also
wall for tho January lm:it,
Komi-tlmes a man ulio IhitterH gels
oven wllh a girl whu llirls.
Originally planm-d as an ordlilnrycx
blliltlon of II) lug. llbiioliiln'H coining
iivlatlon meeting how iiroinlsex to be
one of Ho- nuMt Important tests of uill
11 in J- and naval aviation ever held III
i-.ny country The troops from Port
linger and the ships of the I'm-lllu licet
will play a prominent part In the aerial
malum cr -. and se viral entirely n.-iv
probleins iliiiliiii; with tho use of liero.
planes In war will be worked out.
These Important service features be
came assured today, when both (leu
eial Maciunli and Admiral t'owles ex
pressed Ihelr Interest In the meet anil
promised their hearty cooperation
llelieial Macomli wrote a letter to
Major Tlinbirbike, comiiiuiidiug olllcer
of Fort linger, directing hlui to coop
irate In every way with AVI.itor Ken
neth (lordoii, and to nlvo Ills xubordl
mite olllcerx an opportuiilly to volun
teer for lllghtx as pHsscugerx. so tliat
military observations and, bhmli-drop-
plug expirlmeiils iniilil be made. Ad
vnlrnl ("owles wux iiI-hi iiiih-Ii Interest
ed, mid raid lie thought It likely that
Admiral Thomas, couiiiiuuiU-r-lu-chtcr
of the l'aclllc lleet, would do every
thing In his power to forward tin)
navy's Interest In Iho lllghtx.
An entirely new feature of the meet
will he tho use of searchlights at night
tu pick up n hostile aeroplane. (Inrtlott
will circle Diamond Head and lly over
tho ships of the lleet, and the power
ful xcurchllghtXf of Fort Hugi-r and
those of the crulerx will endeavor to
pick him up. This night attack from
the air has never been tried before, mid
promises to make aviation blstory
To the local Klks belongs the credit
of starting thu ball rolling. They have
appointed a committee un arrange
incuts, and this committee will In turn
appoint about tweiily-llve men repre
senting all tho varied Interests of Ho
nolulu, so tlmt the meet will In reality
be a great civic affair. There will be
two days of Hying and probably exhi
bition drills and military "stunts" by
the troops Motorcycle races aro also
The committee appointed last night,
which will set the machinery In motion,
Is compositl of tlu following well
know ti lui-ii: Colonel J V. Jouex,
chairman; F I. Wuhlrnu, J I). Mr-
Incrny, A. L. ('. Atkinson, A 1-J. Mur
phy, (leorgu llfii-diiill and J Walter
A meeting has been called for 2
o'clock this afternoon, when the iiniii-
hcrx of tin- larger commlllee will be
Karly In tho week Miss Irene Coop
er received n rnlilu from her fliincvo
Lieutenant ltoblnsnn of thu revenue
culler Thclls slating that on uccoiiih
of lalo orders ll might bo possible
that ho would hu able to reach llnno
'.nlii as planned. This nu-ssago ills
arranged thu wedding pl.um of tin
Misses Cooper and It was ilechlei.
that If It were Impo.slliU. for Lieu
tenant Hohluson to reach hern on
Hchcdiiln tlino his marriage to Miss
Ireno Cmipor would not take place
until Spring and that the Idea of a
doiihlo wedding would bo given up.
Today, however, .Miss Cooper ro
cclroil another rahlo which glates
that Lieutenant Itobliixon will prob
ably ho nblo to ciinio as first expect
cd, I'latiH for a double wedding have
Ihnroforo been icsmnvil.
If Mr. Wlckersliam makes It lint
eiiougli for them, the vesled Interests
will havu to rvniovo tlu-lr vests, ,
I he llarrlren tin. r It.irpalloii, uj
llrlllsh li.im-r ., iliarlere.l yet-r-a
day bv Ak'iiI A J i umpbelt for thu
Terrllorl.il l-mrd of iiumiKratloii. Nevvs'13
of tin- ibiirttr was , ,nt.iiiieil in u cable
message from Mr I'umplielt, In I.OU-.-J
don, to the board vi-sli-rd.iy afternoon.
The llarpallou will sail from Hurupts J
some time in .lunuury for Honolulu,'?
bringing Portuguese an. I sip.inlsli Ini- 1
uilgrniils ror I. "til pliiiiintlous. and her l.
charter follows that of Hie DMerlo ami '-
Wlllesdeii In geniral Hues, altbougli tb .H
exact terms have not yet been recelv- vi
I'd by the bo.lld She Is expected to, 9
arrive In March, bringing lSIKI or 1800
The vi-ssel Is somewhat smaller than J
the Drtirle. lint Is n stiineli mid com-
inodloiih slenim-r for linmlgrniit carry- i
lug. .Mlie has a registered tonnngo of J
3Cii5, that of thu (Irterlo being f05. Tho .1
llarpallou Is u stoei steamer tin feet In . ?
length. ' i
The lfarpallon was In Iho North I'a- H
dllo Inst ' Oetolier, having i-jrrlA,.a'
cargo to Tiitnimi, and x?il..il from Vic- "
torla on October !. returning to tho'
United Kingdom. '
CniiiiiiNMliuii-r of Iminlgratlon Clark
Unled this morning that In prepara
tion for the arrival of the Wlllesdeii
In a few days, the board wishes to
employ nmm Portuguese ami Spanish
guides mid Interpreters. only tboso -who
can not only'spehk but reud un.l .
write both i:uglii mui I'ortugiiuse und ' $
Spanish an- diilred
The Wlllesdeii ought In be hero by
In il of next week, but the exuet
time will probably nut known until
tho vessel Is slghtnl
METZGER TO BE
(Siscial Hu I Is I In r-urresimnil.-iire.)
II1I.O. NllV. -o. -Alnollir Ibn Mannn
Kea iirrlvals yi-slerdtn- was Mr.
Chaiiex F. Wood, Iho vice-prenldeat of
the llreakwnter Company of Philadel-
puia, WHICH lias been awarded Ibn
contracl for the hii-akvvator work lo
by done In the local harbor. Mr, '
Wood announced yesterday that I). K.
Motzger. of this city, has I. cm mi.
pointed as the- local manager for Ills
company and that ho wonlj havu full
charge of the work lo bo ilono hero.
Iho milioltltllieilt evldeullv enm..., 4
llio result of the biiccdbh which Melz-
Ker had In bundling tho first break
water contract, tthlch ho hold In hln -
Ill Spl-uklllg of tho work to ho dinin.
here, Mr. Wood K.'ibl: w
"Mr. Mliilger. of tills ell V. i-nneorn.
lug whom I have lecelve.l vi-re Invw
orablo it-jHirt. has been appointed)
n.,.t ", mi- iwcai worx in una
harbor for tho llreakwalor Ciimpany.
niu actual construction on our con
tract will not commence for sonm
liitio vet, that Is until the Lord ft.
Noting eontract lias bct-n comidetod,
but thu preliminary wnrk will Hint'
In tho near futnie. Mr. Metzger will
plnco n xurvey party In thu ileld im.l
I xhall have u coro drill, for tho pur- ;
poso of exploring a number of quarry
locations, slilpixal at mice. When thhj .
an Ives, which will bo In a fuvv weoks,
borings will bo taken of four or Uvo'
different sites, lo llud tint olio best -.
adapleil for the work. I expect to,.'
leave 1 1 lit by tho Manna Kea anrt
will unt return for some Utile lime, .'
Mr. Mctrger being In fu c-hargu." ',
Not until after a man dies does hu
get the i.-arlh.