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WAS "RED CROSS ANGEL" HOMED
0 HER DEATH BY JEALOUS WOMAN?
WASHINGTON, April 22 The
norm ponding oter since tin- clcalli of
Mips Clara llnrtoii broke today when
Dr. Julian II. Htibbell of Glen Kcho.
Mil., made the serlnim accusation lliat
oiorwoonliig ambition on tlm part of
Miss Mubol Kunrdninn to mnko the,
IIimI Cross it social slopping stone
ilnivo MlhH llurton from tlio piesl-deue-y
of Hint orgnnlzntlon ami Hcnt
I it hrokeiihc in led to her uravo.
Although Miss I'nrlnu llvt'il to see
nincty-oiio yenrs, envy nud tnnllco
nhorteiiod her uxlstonce, according to
Dr. Ilulilioll, who declares Hint I he
iounder of Hip lied Cross might easily
huto lived 100 enrn hut for tho sllg
ma placed upon her. ly those who for
rcllish pill poses eaHt her out of tho
organization created liy her phllnn
II wus Dr. Iluhhell wlp) nave MIshi
llarton a liomu In her declining years
mid In IiIh homo Hhe died. It was
pointed out hy Dr. Hubhell that tho
lted Cross lian taken no official nollce
of her death. i
Mrs. Lonan Talks of Malice.
Added slgnlllcnnto. loo, Is given to
tho eVulogy delleied at the funeral
boitlces of tlio foumlur hy Mrs. John
A. Logun, her friend and staunch de
fender, who said:
Alas! envy ami jealousy fanned
their Humes Into jvhllo hcnt. Death
had ie-movcd her compeers, and, final
ly like Him who was. without guile
i lie. too, vas-criiclllctl not physically,
upon n wooden cross hut In her soul;
and, like Him who' died upon the cios,
Rho cried, Tnther, fnrgitc tlieni, for
they know not what they do.-" ' ,
Tho application of this language In
Hie eulogy was made plan l Dr. Hub
lie!, who was nindu to speak when his
attention was called to letters Just
made public In California, in which It,
is ehniged that Mis? Marlon was,
forced out of tho Hud Cross society !
politicians In Washington.
Driven Out by Whispers. '
"I'olltlclnus hail something to dii
with It," said Dr. Iluhhell. "hut thoy1
Were tho dupes of social climbers. MKhI
llarton went grieving to her grave!
because Miss Mabel lloardman wanted
her out of Hie lted ('loss so that shell
might use the organization as a social,
"A specific charge was never'
brought ugaliiht Miss llarton. Whls-1
perlngs and Innuendo did their work.
'I ho Impetuous Itoosoelt directed that1
his name and those of his Cabinet be
lemoved from the lted Cross rolls be-'
cause of these whisperings, and tlio
obstinacy In Itnosotelt caused him to!
stand hv his action after he found he
"In all her ears of nctKlty, Miss
llarton neUT received or wanted a
tent of lemiinerntlon for her work.
The (internment unco gave her $15,000
hut this was a refund of the amount
she Hpcnt out of her personal fortune
during the dull War."
grace, othcrwlso tho llcrlln newspa.
pcrs would not so soon have been able
to report that he was dedicating him
self to winter sports In tlio Tlergartcn
"At the end of January the crown
I rlnee again enme In licrlln to partici
pate In court festivities and those con
nected with the Kaiser's birthday ami
the christening of. his own sou. When
these wero oer ho between himself to
Switzerland, where, In tho company of
1,1s gracious crlnsort, he threw himself
Into the Joys of sleigh and ski with
his ncnslomed zeal. That lie remained
In Switzerland longer than wns in
tended was duo to an Injury received
at leu hockey.
"On. March I', tho Danzig Hussars
saw their commander ngaln, anil weio
at last able to glto their winter ball,
which they had had lo postpone on
account of the crown prince's many
SISAL TO BE SUDJECT.
The next regulur meeting of the Ag
ile tiltiiral Henilnar will hu held at tho
College of Hawaii, on Thursday. May
', -l-fi p. m.
The subject for discussion will be
"Tlio Sisal Outlook," mid will hu pre
sented hy .Mr. Wollllie i.
All are cordially Invited to attend
this meeting, and to extend tho Invita
tion to otlierH wlio may ho Interested.
.VilMIc Job Printline run ulna) bei
iihlalncil from the Bulletin's coin-
liU'U'l) equipped Job printing planL
CHINA MUST FINO OUT
IIONOkONO. China. It hns been
pointed out before that one of tin
greatest dllllciiltles colifrontiiig the
new coalition Government in Chln.i
was tho disbanding of tho Inrge armies
nt present In the Held
It wuh realized Hint If large bodies
ol men were turned ndrlft without any
prospects of employment they would
become u source of danger mid that
robbery and piracy, which hao been
the scourge of the country bo long,
would continue to the detriment of'
trade and tlio harassment of peaceful '
citizens. Especially Is Hits true ofl
those robber bauds which hnto Identl
(led themselves with tho peOiloR ar
my. To disband them would simply;
mean mai inoyxwnuici return 10 iiieir
old haunts and their old occupations.
That being so. It will bo seen Hint
tho new gnerjimeut has no light task
before them. These largo armies can
nnt.V he mnlutulncd much longer for
financial icasons, yet If they are turn
ed ndrlft they are likely to prey upon
llecognltlou or these fucts Is neces
sary to n proper appreciation of tho
Hlnto of ulTalrs In China at present . i
They help to explain In a measure th i
mutiny which broko nut In Peking re
cently, when tho soldiers of tho Impe
rial army to Hie number of some. fiOOO
rat riot, looting, burning and doing
damage which Is, estimated at 3,000,000
taels, and causing great loss of life.
The rebellious soldiers were Joined by
coolies and loafers who pillaged freely.
Naturally tin- emeiito caused giavo
consternation throughout nil China, ns
It Ihieateiicd n rupture of tho penco
which bus been so happily consumma
ted, especially .lis), ns'lt threatened to
Intuitu the Intervention of foreign
It Is asserted that tho origin of tho
uiutlii) was owing to the army of tho
North not hating received their pay
for scteral months, This Is ipilte feas
ible. It was well known Hint both gov
ernments, that at I'cklng unci that at
Nanking, weie 111 urgent need of moti
ey, hut the former was decidedly tho
worso on". The Nanking government
kept their soldiers up to date, though
they accomplished Hint largely with
tho aid of military banknotes which
hate jet lo he redeemed by monoy
raised on loan Of course, the sooner
tho republic Is recognized the better
for all concerned
TAXI IN WILD DASH TO
GET PEOPLE TO HONOLULU
ATTACKED FOR SHIRKING DUTY
Iir.ltUN, April 20. -An nrtlcle nt
tacking tho ciowu prime for uotUcct
of his mllllnry duties is nltinctlng
great attention and Is repioduced III
many leading newspapers. It appeal
ed originally In "Der Thornier." n
monthly lctlow, mid was wiltten by
llerr tliientlier von Viclioggo. u le
The) ill tide observes that up tn the
time when tho Kaiser appointed his
lelr to the colonelcy ol tho lumons
'Death's Head" Hussars at Danzig last
Fcptcmbcr, tho crown prlnco had
ptivor done any military service wnitli
mentioning. It was Imped Hint tho
Djnzlg command would nt last till
I ho prlnco, in whoso veins tho blood
nl sn many wanton Mowed, with gen
uine enthusiasm for his profession.
"l'i to tho present, however," Bajh
' the article, "tho hopes aroused by tho
transfer lo Dauzlg lemnlued iinful
r.lled. The ciown pilnco Is absent fa
ton mnc.li on lento. Indeed, one might
ask when ho. is nt Hie head of his reg
linctit ut all.
"Immediately after his appointment
tho nugiist young gcntloman went
' traveling for four weeks, principally
I to bun. Soon niter his ictiiru ho wns
seen in llcrlln, sometimes In the
llelthstag, where ho atjended the Mo
rocco debates, nud sometimes at the
II) lug grounds. At the beginning of
December he spent a week In Silesia,
rJid nt tho end ol December and coin
moiic-omcnl of January ho was In Her-'
1 1 ii ngaln. j
"llelwcen tho last nanieil leaves ho'
was prostrated by Illness, which not'
only confined him to his room, hut to,
his bed over tho Christ mas holidays. I
Tho Illness could not hnto been too
sp Ai me Lowest vr ces
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SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. If a
taxlcab driver had not broken nil San
rrnncl.tco speed ordinances In a dnsh
through tho city's streets at terrific
ipeeil yesterday, u happy reunion of a
number of llrllons nt Honolulu would
not have taken place, according to
I Ihit as u score or more of crossing
policemen tvero uiiablo even to check
tho speed of tlio machine. A. Wilson.
H. II. Klddes unci Mrs. M. Law-son, ac
companied by her llttlo sons, Mark
hnm nnd William, nnlveil at the Sierra
Just as the gangway was being pulled
in, and are now- sailing toward Hawaii.
The llrltish colony of Hawaii has
nrranged to have a celobrntloii'shortly
after the arrival of the Sierra from
Hits port. j
Wire Ahead for Berths.
Learning of this, the pmty of llrll-
ens nrramred hv telncrnnh while thev
were Journeying neross tho continent'
to connect with the vessel.
Tho train wns late and when the
baggage had been checked from the
ferry building tn tlio Sierra onl a
shoit llinej remained before the time
of sailing. Unaware of this, the party
1 rocecded to tlio office of the steam
ship company In tlio Monadnock build
ing to sco about staterooms.
When tho Ilrltons learned tho renl
lime of departuie thev hiisiened back
into the machine. Hcldcs directing
Hint no time be lost in reaching tho
When Informed of the speed regula
tions and the posslblltles of arrest,
"Neter mind Hie speed laws, my
good mini. Just open tier up wldo and
If oii need a few bob to pay tho cost
It Is all reach for jou "
As the baggage had been placed on
board it was bollcca Hint every pas
hanger wns also on the ship. At 11
o'clock the word to draw tho gang
way tfas git c n.
Taxi Just Catches Ship.
Just then Hie tnl came .speeding up
In tho dock nud the sailing of the
essel was delated for a few- minutes
iiitll tho belated tourists could go on
"Here, my nin." chuckled Klddes,
an he tendered n hill of largo denomi
nation to the drlter, "lake this and
unless .ton are lined on a different
charge bj etcry policeman we passed
It may keep )im out of Jail.
"At home there Is little danger thai
n single one of nur 'bobbles' would
hate unkeiied up when an object
passed i hem at the speed we made
this morning. I suppose, though, your
j) dire men are a hit moro koen.
hat ' '
Tin- sc-iison of the Secund Infantry ,
league ends Ma 1'J. when u league I
made up of tenuis of the Artillery,!
Cavalry and first nud Second Infan
try will be nrgiinhicd to play fur thu
-post championship ut Hchollclcl,
' Tln Klrst Infantry, which will soon
arrive, tins always hud u splendid
lighting base-bull team
Tlie business men of town have pro
vided prizes for Hit players of tho In
fantry league having the highest per
centages in their class. Among those
contributing prizes are M. A. Ounst ,i
Co, Hawaii A; South Seas Curio Co..
Then 11. D.ivles Ac Co, 11. O Hull &
Son. Ili-nsnii, Smith & Co. M Me-I
The standing of tho Second Infantry
league, Including games of .Muy 1, Is
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John dueller. 23, and Clarence Klnnd-! stockholders of the United Statos
, 22, of lluffalo, are en route upon I Steel Corporation appointed to Inves-
vnllln.r trl,, t ,. Clin l.V.. ,..la,.,. tletltn llllinr ,'OII,llt 1(1,1 U n I tliiltnlllu n-nd
n wiltklnir trill tn S5 ill l,'rti,lc(.(i
which they oNpeeit to leuuh by Aug
tlgnto labor conditions at the mills was
inacie punuc ami gttcs the corporation
a clcau bill of health.