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(Associated rress Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Csl., Dec. 2. It It declared here en good authority that
John J. McNamara, who pleaded guilty to dynamiting yeeterday, will resign
the secretaryship of the Structural Iron Worker after aentence I pronounced
District Attorney Fredericks today made a statement in which he assart
ed that no outside Influence whatever prevailed upon the States to accept
the pleas of guilty. He added that the State Intends to continue the pursuit
of other guilty persons.
CHICAOO, III., Dee.
derstood to be likely.
2. Further a rrests by Detective W. J. Burns aro un-
(Rnoclnl ilulletln Ca'jlc.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal Dec. 2. Colonel Roosevelt has congratulated
Darrow says he can not talk now, but labor leadera will forgive him for
urging the McNamaras to plead guilty when they know the facts.
SPOKANE, Wash, Dec. 2. The Central Labor Council ia planning a
countrywide movement to secure the maxlmum'punlshmenl for the McNam
aras. It will ask all unions to telegraph urging the limit sentence.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 2. Victor Berger, Socialist member of Con
gress, today says that the McNamara confession Is the greatest blow that
has ever come to the Qompers-Mitchell school of unionism.
CHICAGO, III., Dee. 2. Labor officials all over the country demand the
extreme punishment for the McNamaras.
PERSIA ALARMED AT NEWS OF RUSSIAN ADVANCE
C Associated Press Cable.)
TEHERAN, Persia, Dec. 2. Interne excitement prevails here over the
news of the advance by Russian troopi toward the city and the apparent in
evitability of war. Kf'
Two prominent Persian politician! have been assassinated.
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BANDITS IN THREE-HOUR BATTLE WITH OFFICERS
fAssnetsted Pcss Cable.)
BELLINGHAM, Wash, Dec. 2. Two bandits engaged in a battle of three
houra with local police and deputy ahtriffe today. One of tho bandits was
killed and the other finally surrendered.
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REBELS FINALLY WIN POSSESSION OF NANKING
' ' I AssoetatM press Cabin.)
NANKINO, China, Dec. 2. The rebels are now in possession or Nanking.
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MANILA, P. I., Dee. 2 In a three days' battle at Jolo, fifteen Moroshave
been killed. One American, of the Third Infantry, l reported killed.
M'NAMARAS AWAITING SENTENCES
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FIRST DIVISION CRUISERS
TO CIRCLE WHOLE ISLAND
BY LAURENCE REDINGTON. '
(Bulletin Staff Correspondent With the Pacific Fleet.)
ON BOARD FLAGSHIP CALIFORNIA, December 2. Making a circuit along the east
coast of Oahu, the first division of the Pacific fleet, which left Honolulu this morning at
8:30 o'clock, anchored at noon at Waimanato Bay. Capt. W. C. Bruhn of the steamer J.
A. Cummins has been taken along for expert advice on landings and soundings.
Maj.-Gen. Murray, commanding the western division ot the Army, who is with the fleet
for military reconnoitering, landed at Makapuu point for inspection.
The fleet will anchor in. Waialua Bay tonight.
Gen. Murray has inspected the ship in company with Capt. C. H. Harlow. The army
men aboard are keenly interested in the cruise around the island.
BULLETIN GIVES NEWS
OF FLEET BY WIRELESS
Above In shown tho photograph of
tho 1.0s Angeles Jail whero tho Mc
Namurus aro liclil awaiting tho sen
tence thnt will ho meted out In them
for (lyniunlllnK the IOH Angeles'
Times Jlolow are almwn tho Httor-
liem WHIJ IUUI1II IIIUIIIKI'IVVB IlllilUlU III I I,.
break iUin lha wolfiht of ovIUenco rli9 iurcnm IMInxtnn
ino rinio m itiiiurnm niui uuui uj
DECLINED III HOLD SIBERIA
THIRTY MUTES FOR MAILS
In linlrl tho I'.ulllc Mull Htoi ..Hlilp. Siberia Delayed by Typhoon.
Siberia hst cenlui; to peiinlt of tho "I rcplleil" cnntlnticil Mr
jilacliiK ahoinl of Ihrco wjk'Hi IimiIh
of mnll sacks ilCBtlncil for the mnln-l
land, woiihl In tho oiilnlon of oIllclulB1 Inntntub the Siberia was twenty-four
nn.i aKCiits of that liner, I' me necoi
ilt.tteil a delay lu clepirtnic of nt luist
"Immeill itely followlne lha ills
tlisrwo of tho twclvo lllimlll'll t(MH
Oriental fi eight at Alakca wharf ami
tho loading of tho Const liouiiil cirso
Into the Klliorln. Captjln Henry I..
Holly, wharf uiipcrlntenilent for tho
Taclflc Mall telephoned the postnl nl
flclals hotlfyliiK them of thu fact th.it
tho cksoI w.is icady fur illepitcli anil
'hat thoy awaited tho malls," bo slut
WILL FILL LAND WITH
DEBRIS; MORE DRAYS ON
As the result of a conference nt 11 The Knllhl iliimp has not heen ilell-
..!!, tl.l ,nrnli,n In Ihn nfllco Of nltell Hlltleil tlpnll
.. , . ,. , , ..in1 At tho conference Ihls inornliiK there
' ,cnmy ,rrR "'" ",h '" .ire Chairman Dllllnftluim anil M
uittr Into Ihn sanitation campulBii lie- Pf,tk ((f , un,itop, nr Marshill
l.lnnhiB next Mmi(ln. haul ("linrlej Cnatn, RiirlmRn superln-
Tlie tlrst Is that tho citizens' com- (riiilrnt The inmlnlttee Is wnrklliB on
inlttte. In order to handle the Rirhasn ,1(tH mm wlurchy mnny Iqw ppots
Kitiiallon, will put on a force of twenty ihrciMuliixit the city will lu llllcil with
hlK lraH and cstahllsh u sjstem of ,(. K , ,nrt plated over them, nnil
RurhaRO reinmal In conjunitlon with Hip ians were dlscussid this morning,
that ot the ilty und count. I The strcnisthcnlnB of the RarhaRodls-
Tho second Is that IjcRlnnliiR Mon-'powil s stein h the addition of at
ilty much of tho RarhiiRe, particularly least twenty drns was a mcesslty
thu liannnu stalks und roots piled up quhkly apparent Tho commltteo will
nil ocr tho clt, will ho usid to 1111 In keep iloso iheck oer tho dras, which
low lands within tho city limits and v 111 bo hired, and the whole sjstem
thus ilq away with tho necessity ot n HI ho closely welded toRethrr.
(iiir)lriK so much of It to sea. I Another pIhii diclded upon this morn-
Up In tho.piesent time, the commlt-nit ttllH t(1 duinp all tho hottlcs and
tie has not carried out a polky of tin cans nt tho ilty dumps Pncau
iliiiuplnR the RarliaRo Into low lands for,tiins will he taken to seo that nono Is
Ihn simple and lexical reason that If allowed to hold wntir.
the debris were thrown haphazard lnto.Territonal Funds Available,
low spots, without urranKcmcntH for That tho citizens' committee can
biirlnR tho mass of stun under soil, spiud Territorial money for tho pur
the rottlnn VfRCtatlon and material pose or tlenrliiR away the RiirbnRo now
would bo u menaco to health Tho IIiir In streetH as a result of the sanl
commltteo had to meet the emergency tury campalRp iiRnlnst tho mosiiulto Is
of ii Rreat clean-up throuRhout the the opinion of the Oocrnnr
i lly and for that reason established thoj At a meeting of the committee U.
scow sjstem iTinney Puk and Trunk A Thompson
Now that sj stein has coino out of ( were appointed us a special commlt
i linos, the committee bus time to muko tee to see thn,(ioornor about themat
iirriinRcmcnts for lllllnR dirt oer the cr Mr Peck saw him last nlRht and
tltii. dim (n In,. Miintu I lirmif In il tlin klllilprt. Thn mutter WHS
Two main dumps will be established 'fully roiio Into, with the nbovo result I1'0 Introchucd In tho public Hchnultlij
-..r tho WnlUlkl district, there uro six -jhls means that special erforts can "'" heultmlliK of tho second term lluij
acres or land nwn.d by P M Pond 'now be made und that tho whole of workjms been Indorsed by tho school
Mr Pond. It was reported at the meet-th ae.umulnted rubbish I) Ins about '"'r1 u,'' Huperlntendent Pope It l
Imr this morplnR, has iiRreeil niullly to tho stn ets uin now be moved. Tho '" "" tho Pcss or Olnn . Co and,
. ...... . . .. .. .. . ... , .. -....-., will bo iiuhl shed In two edition, the'
oury null oeuns iinoir room earin u cuj aou touniy KiirnuKo peopio siaiuu
It Is dunipid Into the low-lMnif troond. mat tiny imild not hundlo It with the llr"t fr J1 r""rtl' Kr"ln reader and tho
force they hao at tho presi nt tlmo ."""- " ii ...".. "
j j, supplementary nadirs und Kenernluse
" Tho book Is profusely lllustiated with
Btrqot photoRraphlc tableaux, Hawaiian lpi
ills- and water-color Hkettlus, Tho hind-
This Is a crulso that will unke hla-
ti.r for Hawaii Its iluriitlon win on
. ... I..I.I 1.1,1 111.
slinri nnu us kiiuiuikv n.,,,. ....... ..- .
remits will Im fur reachlnR Within
tho next two dus tho expenditure ot
millions of ilollurs In now tortltlcatlona
which will make Oiliu, to tiso thn
Icateh-phrase. tlic "(lllirultar of tho ra
il) speclnl iirraiiRemcnt with tho lie spent ten da)s cruising with Um'rllU," may bo decided on.
Nai), Department, the Ilulletln l Patlllc torpeilu llect diirlnz a period ofj 0n board the IhiRshlp with Admiral
enabled to r( Us r-udrrs up-tj-thc- nlsht iminemeri iiRalnsti tho cruse;rtTioinas, plvlns the minutest attention
minute ncw of lb" Paclllc licet during licet. Ho l the third civilian und tho lo n riipldl) unrollInK coast lino of
Its irulse In Hawaiian wutcrs. ( llrst newspepr lu.in eer allowed to t,e Island, are Mujnr-deneral Arthur
MtVir the (Irsttlmo liljtlio-J;ltr.rycr ai-eyippanyiuiAjirteuii torjlfdo nertfMlirruy, t,0 ,Kbest military uuthorlty
licet imineuverliiB here, u.iawsiupc-rin wcret maneuvers Mr ItedliiRtoit f the Pucltlc, mid BrliidlrrOeiicTalM.
nun has been allowed aboard the fleet has had wide experience as a writer) jj, Macoinh. he-ud of the Dtpartincnt of
inrinir iiiiiiie-iivers. and that newspaper cm mi Mil subjects He told of the de-ii(,.n The Rcncrals are accompa-
rcRiilar Ilulletln staff pjrture of tho Atlantic battleship fleet e,i by Major aihnore, assistant coast.
.. .. .. . .. . .. -." . . ... - .... .,. I.,-- J rM-
tio is on lis rouno-ine-woriu crume, ami wim
uboiril Admiral Thomas' llaicshlp Cal- at Hampton Itoads to wilts tho story
lfornli, which sailed this morning nt or Its homecomliiR for an lantern news
the head of the llrst division for a s)ndlcate. Ho cruised on tho Penns)!-
crulse around Oahu. Minla, "airship" of tho nay, wlien im-
Moxementh of the tleet will bo flash- portant experiments were being niaita
eil dlrcctl) to the Hiflletln by wire- In fl)lng man-CHrr)lnB kites for scout-
less, mid the full story of the history- Ing and observation work, nnil no mis
making tactical cruise will uppear In made IntvrrstliiR cruises In e!cslro)crs.
Monduj's paper. Cabled orders from torpedo bo-its ami siiomnrines
tli3t whllo wo Kroutly rcKretted to
efusc thn request, In thin pirlluilat
hours behind her regular scheiluto,
oauscd bv an encounter with a ty
1 boon, niet along thu coast oi Japan.
I'm tlicr moro tho Siberia was lador.
with a very largo and valuable shli
inent of silk, tea and othei Oriental
produrc, nnil I' was Imtiorntlvo thut
't he landed at San Kninclsco at tho
earliest sicBih!n mlnuta In order lei
innko clnkn connections with tho
trans-Contlncnlal railway trains.
"I left tho olllro or II. Ilackfeld anil
Company," further stated Mr. Klc-
During the present maneuvers of tho
Pacific fleet there urp many happen
ings which must be held as confiden
tial, but thero Is also much that Is of
great Interest to tho general public, and
Washington to Admiral Thomas au
thorized him to toko a representative
of tho Ilulletln with tho fleet.
Tho unusual prlvlleRO of sending a
correspondent with the fleet was grant
ed the Ilulletln by Bccrelary of thoj which helps to show civilians what our
Navy Oeorgo von I. Me)cr, through tho navy Is doing In their Interest Kvery-rnnrii-sv
nt Admiral Thomas. This la i thing that can ho published will ho
not the llrst tlmo that tho Navy Do- published by tho nulla tin.
purtment has shown Its confidence In And tho Ilulletln will bo tho pa
Mr rteillngton'H discretion Iist spring per publishing the news first-hand.
fit I'redcrlck W. Klohahn, manager of'H'hii, "anil going up rort street mot
tho shipping dopartmeiit for H, UJCk-.lh nf"1 "'"" 'rufk ln(ln wltl
Told and, Company HiIb morning. hem) shlpmcn' of mall and crr)lnu
"Relly told tho postofllco ropresen- wwjinl postal clerks. Tho truck wan
tntlvcg that tho Slhorlft would Bill passed nt tho corner of Morchant and
sharp on lima, thnt Is five o'clock, !"' streets, and at that Instant, tho
At ten minutes to flvo o'clock lust e o'clock whistled Bounded,
evening a clerk In the office of Sui-t "According to the standard tlmo
orintondetit Cnrr telephoned to tne knpt at llio wharf, tho first truck fill
with the reauost that wo hold tho hi- eil with mall bicIb entert'd tho gate
hcrla for flfteou mlnutps " ' (Contlnuad on Pag 4)
HONOLULU GIRL WRITES HISTORY
'Old-time lfawnllans and Tin lr
Work" la tho tltlo of n history written I
by Miss Mary K Ijiwrenio whlih will
BATTLE FOR M'MAHON'S LIFE
MAY CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK
and this will ha done.
Owing to tho prevalence of itihles
lu California tho hoard or agrlculttilo
und tnrostiy Is contemplating tho pass
ing of u rLRiillthm making It nereB
ar) for all dogs coming to tho Tcnl
toiy to ho held In quarantine for nine
ty ila)s. This mattor was luought to examples of (ho beautiful in the hind
Itotlco by nr. llluo hoforo ho left foi oih urt.
a a I Originality Is mostl) of expression,
Some married men look lion n tltlh raiel) ot Ideas,
as a placo of refuge.
A. n. Arlclgh . Co, Hotel
near Fort, havo Just placed on
play n largo numhci of (lift BooIib Iiirs nre Uf bo of
Irom tho famous Dodeo Piihllshlug ' a
Co In I'urchment and Onzo Iatherl "rll l"111"1 throiiRh hero vvorshlplead
bindings, TIu-bo hooks aro wonderful mi to oblivion
To be phlcRiiutlu Is to ho ono kind
A tmo frlonil Is ono who privately
callB )our nttentlon to jour weak
points, 'fja.ii.i ki '
ft aT ViiaBl
aaaaa "'')'. --Vaall
HaiTaBK j s. UUJaa&BBr
MISS MARY S. LAWRENCE
Hxpvctcd to bo llnlshod In a week,,
tho trial ot SerRcant John A. McMahon
lor tho murder or A N. Cederlor at
l.cllchuu looks as though It will lust
all through next week. The matter Is
befnro JiuIro Clemoiia In tho Kcderal
Court Tho defenso bus fourteen wit
nesses to put on after tho prosecution
u ihrinicli with Its case, and as two
whole du)S were used up by tho court
this week In arguing on tho admission
or i documi nt us evidence. It looks us
iiimich next week might not seo tho
llnleh uftcr all.
Tho following aro thn principal points
iniiilo by tho prosecution to far as It
has Rime und also tho contradictory
fails ellcltid h) tho difense In cross-
First Is tho fact that McMalion snoi
L'ederlor and also that ho had a re
volver and box or cartridges with, lilm
when he went to thn house. Then there
Is ,k mass or other cv Idenco bearing on
this main fact and which tho prosecu
tion will not doubt use In Its summing
up Hxclum.itlons nt the defendant af
ter he had tired tho shot and also of
bis wire Military v Idenco (is to what
McMahon said after his nrrcst and oil
going to prove that hu did tho shoot
A Weak Point.
Keelng that .McMahon is charged with
murder In tho llrst degree, meaning
thnt ho prenieilltutid tho deed, thn
i use for tho prosecution Is far from
proved so for Of surmises nnd hypo
thetical evidence there Is plenty vyhlch
will come lu use fill at tho end of
hiarlug of evidence.
Tho stoi) us brought out by them
and cluckid up h) tho defense undi r
cross-examination Is that tho Cederlofs
were sitting at their house and wlthi
them was Mrs McMahon. McMahonj
came to the gate-and usked for Ills!
.. lr.. lr. e tlily tlmo. iiernrillni In!
Mrs Cederlof, thero had been no ipur
(Continued en Paga 4)
defense, ulllcer or tho dlvlslcn. and Cap
tains I'rultr and Carter or the general
stuff It Is already evident mat mo
crulso Is no mero pleasure Jaunt, but
that tho navy and the army aro work
ing together on ono of tho big prob
lems of America's elefenslvo strength
There's ii full houo on the Califor
nia tnda), and the accommodations of
the IhiRshlp aro taxed to capnclty. It
Isn't often that an admiral and two
generals, ndt to mention several army
stafT ottlctrs iitul n newspaper man.
drop down on u ship already crowded
with lle-el staff officers, but I.lcutenunt
Commander DoiirIus tho "exec," has
been equal to tho emergency, and It
promises lo he pretty comfortable cam
palknlng "Put me nn where," said General
Murray "A lounge Is good enough for
"Tho same for me," said Oentritl
Tonight thero will bo qullo un elab
orate entertainment In tho wardroom,
(leneral Murray has expressed great In
terest In tho lino shooting done at tho
iHst tarHct practise of tho fleet, nnd
motion pictures or tho big gun work
are to be shown for his benefit Tho
Pacific fleet lwu nlways taken tho leael
lu securing pli torlal records of Import
ant events, nnd tho last target practlso
reel Is said to lw the best ever secured
by any navy.
The Hawaiian ITeserv Ing Company
has decided to extend Its operations,
according to n document Hied lu the
Bureau or Conve)iinces )csterday For
the sum or J 10, Son M. Hallo und S Abo
have sold tho company all their Inter
ests In certain buses which they hold
at thu present time from tho Oahu
llallwa) A. Land Co
the lauds are planted out in pine
opples, and thu vvholo business has
been taken over l tho preserving com
puny, Tho tontrnct was mado on Oo
tober Vi and was tiled )csterday with
tho aiknowlcdgmctit or tho railroad
1 ho lenses havo ten )oars to run from
Jnnuar) 1. 1312, nnd no mention Is
inmlo or any extension after that time. Cornsr
LARGE IN CITY
That Peler Hndorlguos, tho escaped
murderer, wus In Honolulu Inst night
or rntlior carl) this morning Is the
.ntitrtllng Information sUon tho II uj
lotln this morning by rtnbort Mc-
McOrrci was In an' automobile on
top of Punihhowl shortly before threo
n't lock this morning Tho autn light
(Continued en Page 4)
HAN FUANCISCO, Cal. Dec J
Ilects Us iuml)sls, ids Id; pirlty,
Site Picvlous quotation. His. I'd
H. E. HENDRICK 'im
Acting Agent ,ll
Merchant and Alakea Street JuH
1 OS 1
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