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Mongolia . i January 21)
For San Franctaeol
1'rrsla Jnnunry !H
Zcnlnndla January 21
Mnrainu. January 30
Evan tha thing that is best known In
the world muit be everlastingly ad
vertlted to keep it well known or tha
world will soon get ahead of it
Advertising Speaks Right Out In Meeting
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5142.
14 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TRAGEDY MARS CLEVELAND'S
FISHER MAY COME ON PROBE
DROPS DEAD ON
World-Tourists Warmly Welcomed to Hawaii
FEATURES OF TODAY'S CLEVELAND EVENTS TAKEN BY B U LLETI N STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
(Hiwrhl Hnl lot in Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, JAN. 24
PRESIDENT TAFT HAS URQED
SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
FISHER TO MAKE A PERSONAL
INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARGES
MADE BY DELEGATE KUHIO
AGAINST GOVERNOR FREAR, AND
HE MAY DO SO. FISHER HAS RE
TURNED TO WASHINGTON AND IS
NOW AWAITING A REPLY FROM
GOVERNOR FREAR AS TO THE
CHlwclil It ii ll tin rirrc5xii1piic)
WASHINGTON, 1) t Jim. 11.
Nothing will be done toward Hcttllug
(Continued on Pago 2)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24
Claiming that ho Immune from giv
iny evidence owing to the fact that he
was before the grand Jury that probed
the sugar combine, former Secretary
Meike has petitioned the Supreme
( Associate.! ren Csla,J
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24
William S. Kenyon has come out ai
endorsing Senator Cummins for the
Republican nomination for President
Failing Senator Cummins, he is In fa
vor of President Taft.
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'Captain! I'm fainting'" .which laid his body nt the vry feet
With this remark passing hl.i pj of thn innster of the Cleveland.
Captain M. N. Sander, Nclcran pilot Dr. IMward .Marshall, of tlif Federal
fur (ho port of Honolulu, fell heavily quarantine mtI.-c was standing on the
against the rail of (lit navigation j deck leading to Hit' bridge at Hip time
bridge on tin- bit; Hnmhurg-Amrrlt'.i the pilot inlh'il out lie rushed to (he
steamship Cleveland till; nuirnliiR ami assistant of Captain Sanders, wlille
dropped to tin' Hour Ills appari'ntly In llio mean lime Dr. Luhhert, con
lifeless Isnly wai hartlly conveyed to' netted with the dfllclal staff of llio
the t'harlroom and he was ileud twclVA liner applied rmturntlipo at hand
iiilnul t-H after the stroke. Later Dr. Modulus, u memher of ono
Captain Sanders, in full possession of the reteptlun partlen wlio visited
of hl3 htaith and faeultltr. left Hid the uteamer v.aH Fiimmoued
pilot hoime und IiIh UKHoclates at an! I,r Marshnll altemptetl to admlnls
turly hour this morning. Kalned Hurler arltflclal renplratiun to the almost
decks of the Cleveland, dialled wllhi llfelesD form of the pilot, but In ruin.
Captain Christian Dempwolf, master ofi Caplaln SanderH explrlnt; nt right
Hit) til (lermun exi'iirxlou cteamer,' thtrly o't lock, uhlle the Cleveland was
nwalletl the ftirmalltles attendant up-Mlll koiiio tllstaurtt from her berth at
on the pairing of the vuwl by th: Alaheti wharf
Kederal iiuaroiilliu'. .innlli'iij. .olneern, 'llirec lliiuils I'lajed na I'llnt I'nssed
took rommaud of the Cleveland,
broiiKht (hat liner to within u few
hundred feet of Alakea wharf, then
dropped In tliti ImriieA, never In rlyii
TO CLASH SOON
fAn.iocl.lted rrc Cnble.l
TIENTSIN, China, Jan. 24. Every
thing at the present time points to a
clash between the revolutionary forces
and tho Manchus.
The latest despatches declare that a
battle is imminent.
IMPERIAL TROOPS GO
OVER TO REBEL CAMP
IHii.i llll' Mil lint III C.ll'le.l
PEKING, China, Jan. 24. Two thou
sand imperial troops In the city of Sl
ang Yang, province of Hupeh, are re
ported to have revolted and deserted
to the side of the republic.
On Hie brlilKC Just before ('apt. SanderH dropped dead.
It Captain IH'iuimtilf ut the Cleielanil. Behind lilui
AI Hie other end of the hrlilin- it l'llbt Saiiilem. A
the Inklnc of this photo h) II n 1 1 1 1 n Mail' mail
where he nIooiI.
In Hie foreejroiiml
is the llrs tiilicer.
few moments ufler
the pilot dropped
Mr. I i... .1. s (t.efll nuil .Mrs. T. .1. Mct'o), Cleielalitl I'linseiiKiTH
Who Sun Incitement In China.
4. .j. .;. 4. 4. .;. 4. 4. .). .;. sf 4. 4. , .5. 4. Down from thn steamer'a ileckH
V.HWarmeil me pnweiiKfrx uuu ,-
MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS
CAUSE GENERAL WORRY
I ftajwlnleil I'lfMS r.,j '
LONDON, Eng, Jan. 24. Consider
able uneasiness is being caused to
shipping generally on the Mediterra
nean Sea owing to the activity of the
Italian war vessels.
It is thought that the powers may
intervene to ensure safety for merchant
C AnH,Mliil,n Pn-HK Calil1 .
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. 24.
Tho Schtniti hearing started today,
llio Kuln-iiiiitnrl.il I'ontrnvii'Hy In Ha
waii until u full opportunity Iuih been
allot ded I he present Incumbent of tho
Heprenentatlvit Norm.m T.
WatKliiH wm ono of the panKen
ners bound for San Krnnrlm-n
oil the I. ill line last eveuliu;.
Mr. WiiikiiiH Is koIiik direct to
WllKlllllKlolt. lie Iiiih with him
tho petition very Ktiicrully hIisii
til by biiKlueKH men iihUIiii; for
the reiippoliitiiient of V,. It.
Mtiiekulilu iih collector of eus
touiH fur (lit- port of Honolulu.
' Hut that Ik not thn most In
leie.stlnu part of It.
Mr. W'utliliia lilniBeir In 11 can
lhliilo for the pimltlnii of col
let lor, provhltd any reason cx
IkIh why Mr. Htacknblo can not
Hecuro the position.
"Von mil- my for ine." H.ihl
Mr. Wiitlilni, "that In ciiko Mr.
Hlackablo for uuy reamn can
not xecurti the nppnlutiiitnt, t
mil 11 cuudldate for the position
of collector of custonm for Ihu
pint of Honolulu. I think I can
properly (ill tho position I know
I have 11 cowl record with tho
TreiiHiiry Department. I once
held the olllco of shipping eom
mlKHloncr, und I underHland the
department wax tntlrcly Hitll
lUcl with my administration "
IKI.MM.UI.i; I'IMMIUAM 4
N 11. in.-Clciclaud a r riles.
U-IJlllll 'I'ouiMs (.iHhtsri'lllir.
cars mid uiilos.
li!:ill.'J l.iinclieoii nt Aloaua
Aflernoon mill eienini; for sluhl- '
5 sir, 1 -Wlcwlaml Mirht" ut
Opera House, Hrplieiini, III- '
Jim, nuil other (healers of
.. 1 4
.'lilitl-liilll p. iii.-lltiwiilliiii Hand '
Cnniirl, Steamer's drrk.
." p. ill. Clciclaud Mills for S.111 4
4 !!!! ! ! !!!! ' ! ' ! '
Into the ImiiilreilH niii liuiiilreda oi
IlouolulatiH who crowded the dock and
approaches to welttmio tho tutirlnts.
A Ioiik line of autoiuoiilieaanu 11 ioiik
linn of street cam, Um latter 011 tne
old Alal.ea line, Hwallowed the tour-
ltM In n few momenta, mid they Iivkmi
their two dayit' of KlKhtsecIni; In Ho-
noltilu and Us environs,
At noon they luiulieil ut tho Mtraiiu
Hotel, althouuli many met friends nn.l
wern taken i-UewheiP. Thla iiflernoon
they me M-attered all over the city.
Many me eiiJoyluK tlm Biirf ut Will-
kllil and others are 01T oil automobile;
trips aioiind tl" Inland or up the nil
Tho weather Is all that totild hit de
sired, mid man were the etlainalloiiH
of dellKht from the world luurlim pas
Bentiers as they hlepped from nhli-
board to finite Hawaii baa certalnU
matin a lilt villi the Cleu'lnud crowd
.,, .1. .-,. .. . ,i , 5. v 'r '' -r
l Hawaii's utiiiny Fklen Biulled tho
brightest of wehoine. and Honolulu
'? ao tho warmest of ttrectltiKa to tho
'! hnlMliGitsanil pasmiKcrs of thn Ilniu-
biirK-Aincrlcnn liner Clevelatul as the
ureal vessel Bleamed Into port this
''.intirnliiK, on Hif lt lap of a 22,0(10-
"" 111II11 trip for thoBO alKiard.
! lleforn dayllRht litis morulm; the 111;?
' ntcamer rumo up from the horizon ami j
j ci ff port while tho ipiainntltio anil cu
' touis men went nbn.ird. A flcnii bill
'? of health and nil customs regulations
? cniupllcd with allowed tho steamer to
f1' cnlcr Ihn hnihor nt K o'tioek, and tlm
was docked an hour afterward, llio
Italic death of I'llnt Sanders on tho Units notation,
'' lirldRo delayliiK tho actual docking half analysis, lCs. II
Ti llambiirK-Anierlcan world-
liiurlliB ale ship Cleveland
will b open for llio lereptlon
of local visitors from 2 to B
uVloelt Ibis afternoon and fiom
ii to II -llii o'tlnck loiiinrrow
s f ' f f '! ! ''
The Hiiildcn death of Pilot Sanders
was not noised nbotit the decks of the
iteumer until sonic mluules followlnir
I tliu le.,1,1.. I, lil.x.la Tli.. an.v txt l.ta
Tho passing of the well Known pilot I demise did not reach the thousamU
and vessel muster was one uf thn mo t'ttathered at the wharf until the vessel
dramatic Incidents that ever took. had docked.
place in Honolulu shipping circles. I The result was that Jlie Cleveland
llmpped MIHititit 11 Jtoi t'.s WiiriiliiK nlout-il down and enmn to 11 halt nt
Captain Dempwolf. l'lrst Olluer Ihn Wnlklkl side of thn wharf, with n
Kruse and other olllclnls counts ted' hand of Herman musicians connected
with the navigation of the Iiiiko llin-r with tho Cloelaud jiIu)Iiik the live
with its human freight of nearly one llest of airs, tho Territorial ltainl un
thousand souls un board, wete stiiu-l der the leadership of Ilerr llerger giv.
Ing within but a few feet of Captain lug a splrltrsl rendition of the "Star
Sunders, when they heard his rather Spangled Haunt r while an orgnnlza
faint exrtamatlou, followed by 11 fall (Continued on Page 2)
COLORADO ONLY SLIGHTLY DAMAGED
Nothing but un extraordinary coin-shouted Captain dill.
blnatloii of fortunate, circumstances
prevented strlous dumagtt to both ships
when tho Iluinburg-Anierlc.iii liner
Clevtlund struck the crulst-r Cohirudn
u KlancltiK blow as tho former was
cumltig Into tho Alukeu dock. A fruo
tlon uf ti minute lost In revrrslng, or
11 spoko of tho wheel one way or the
oilier, und 11 bad collision would have
' -lUlllllll '
Tho Cleveland, barely litulir head-
way, was tolnir to swing round tho
stern of the Colorado to make the Ala-
ken lauding. The berth was 11 narrow
one, and Captain Sanders, tho pilot,
did not hit the swing exactly riKht, for
tho big liner traveled wide of tlm dock
laud drifted towurd the cruiser Cap
tain (IIH and 11 knot of nillcers wtro
I Mantling on the Colorado's uuarUr
deck wntchlug thn landing,
"Hack her! Why don't you buck""
i:niait ai.i.i: i'okhks
NuIiiI Magazine Killlor.
The Cleveland paprenger Hut la print
ed on page 13 of this Issue.
1 Li 1 - - t-i.l '
111! ilegiieM test.
4 3'ju 1're-1
Id.; parity, C.23c.
5- -j- -J i ! T 'P an hour,
revlous ((notation, lis. 3d,
1 STORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON SECOND FLOOR
Oflices, Single or en Suite
H. E. II E N D R I C K
Merchant and Alakta Streets
A.-H. PRESIDENT SEES
DANGER TO COMMERCE
IHl.eel.-ll till let III Cilia- )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24
President Dearborn of the American-
MINE WORKERS TALK
OF INCREASED WAGES
f 4Mrw-tatl Pruts Cnbla.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Jan. 24 The
United Mine Workers, who are In con
Thertt was it moment of suspense.
and before (be liner's scruws could
churn her out uf djuger, she struck
the Colorado u Klaiiclug blow, the after
3-Inch gun, swung Inboard so us to
gtt the brace of tho ship's side, taking
It was feared that the port propeller
of the Colorado hail ulso bt-en damaged,
mid 11 diver was ut ouco sent down to
ItiU'BtiKUtf After an hour's work ho
reported that ouu of thn blades had
belli slliUilly scratched and bent about
four feet flout tlm hub. Tho can Ii
apparently uninjured, Us position when
the ships hit utciiuutlug for Its safety.
Thn diimagn Is so slliiht that It Is
Improbable 11 board of Investigation
will bo ordered. Had the Colorado
bi-en strlously hurt, tho board would
have been necessaiy. and Ihn Cleve
land would havn been resoiuilble for
any iI.iiiiiiko done.
TRAINMEN BLAMED FOR
BIG RAILWAY WRECK
(H'elal llu I let In Cable)
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 24. Three train
men aro held to blame for the accident
Hawaiian Steamship Company today on the Illinois Central several days
told tho House committee on com-.ago that wrecked the private car and
merco that government-owned ships killed President Harahan of the llli-
through the Panama Canal would be nois Central and several other high
dangerous to the American merchant railroad magnates. The investigation
marine. is now on.
MAY OPEN 18.000 ACRES
OF OIL LAND TO ENTRY
Hl-rliil II 11 1 let In Cable
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 24 Tho
Senato committee on publio lands fa-
ventlon here, aro considering a propo- vors a bill opening to enlry 18,000 acres
sitlon to demand an increase of ten
cents a ton for mining coal.
They are also considering a demand
I for an increase of twenty-five per cent,
a day in wages.
of Western oil lands now withheld.
(lermany Is considering ti plan
spend UO,000,000 011 tho Increase
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