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VOL. LV. NO 07 HUUJLU. HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDW. SK.TKM.lER 27, I'M-' -SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO. 37-10
FLElGffiELS Two Hundred Army Mutineers Executed Wholesale Bid TROOPS 1 ffi BY
WILL 1IHD BAG REBEL ARMY SETTLERS
MexiciMsurrjeotos Are Given
Asylum' in' the United
KEPT UNDER SURVEILLANCE
Wandering Bands Burn Bridges
and Cut Communications
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
f5n.;l fn Thr. Advertised Tlio state I
,! tl.n department of
Mexican (Special to The Advertiser) More than
tico have- decided to regard
rebels who flco across tho lino to the,200 mutinous soldiers wero summarily
without the formality of a
ttu.i nit nn.l .nrrnnder. or are can-'executed
turcd by the United States troopB, as
propor subjects for entry, just ns wcro
tho soldiers of Franco who mauo tncir
way into Switzerland during the Tran-
cu'iruHeiiiii nai i
Thoy will not be subject to
dition unless for crimes committed in
Mexico without reference to military
Tho fugitives will bo kept undor sur-
veillnnco and expected to rofrain from i
further hostilities during their stay in
tho United States. I
Echols Out Communication.
(Dy Federal Wireless Telcgrnpli.) I
JUAREZ, Mexico, September 20.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Railway
and telegraphic communication was
cut early today with Pearsons, tho
American lumber center on the Mexico
Northwestern Railroad, 150 "miles
southwest of here. The wires aro op- j
erating only to Casns Grandes.
Between that point and Pearsons
bridges have been burned by a do-
tachment of tho six uunurea roDeis
WUU, AUr IIIUUJ UUJD, HU.TU uu ..v..
cning to attack" Pearsons, which is do'
fenced tfy "BjjOt5rJiW.J,nTOups?w,d
. "WonldKffi 'Americans. i
PEAUBUfUJ, Mexico, aeptemucr so.
lliy Associatcu iress
rnVinla nrn Itl fnTpn near this Cltv and
aro ' threatening) to kill all Americans,
(By Federal Wlieless Telegraph.)
"WASHINGTON, September 2G.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Chairman
Clnpp today received a telegram
from .T. P. Morgan saying tho financier
could appear before tho United States
senate committeo iavestigating campaign
contributions and expenditures,
on October 4 or 5.
Calls Moro Witnesses.
"WASHINGTON, September 20.
(By Associated Press Cablo) Chairman
Clapp of tho scnato committee investigating
the Roosevelt campaign
fund contributions of 1908, has summoned
J. P. Morgan, OrniBby McTIarg,
formerly connected with tho department
of justice; C. C. Tegathoff, private
secretary to tho late Edwin
and Locb, Roosevolt's former
secretary, to testify September 30.
OF MAJ. ARCHIE BUTT
,,,,, , ,.
.(Iij,rairS A!,Ire,e" Teleersph.)
. NASHVILLE, Tennessee, September
20. (Special to Tho Advertiser) A
bronze tablet to commemorate tho noblo
life and the heroic death of Major
Archibald Willinghnm Butt, Unite"!
States Army, porsonal aide to. President
Tatt, who went down with the ill-fated
steamship Titanic, was unveiled in All
Saints' Chanel, University of the
South, in Seflnnec, today.
Mnj. "Archio" Butt wob a Sowanco
alumnus and' tho unveiling ceremonies
wcro under tho auspices of his fraternity,
Delta Tan Delta. Had Major Bntt
lived, he would have been forty-six
years old today.
HOPING FDD PEACE
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.) I
BINOIIAM, Utah, September 20. '
Spccinl to The Advertiser) Hopes of
-the copper miners on striko hero for a
iipeedy settlement uro stronger today
tbsn at uuy previous time.
According to the leaders they
iilng their faith on proving themselves
to bo so completely in command of tlio
situation that the operator will le
iorcfi to terms. '
GENERAL LI YUEN HENQ AND HIS .STAFF,
At Wu Chang, where yesterdny lie c luscd 2U0 lebcl soldiers to bo hilled,
" 1VA,r"1 r',e'" Telrprsph.)
v" CHANG, China, September 20.
courtmartial by tho loyal troops com-
mantled by General Li Yuan Hong, in
COnsequcnco of the outbreak that
icnrred nmoug tho soldiers encamped
u IS IDT
Goes Out of His Way to Pay a
Tribute to His Rival
(!- Federal Wireless Tplecrnph.)
NEW HAVEX, Connecticut, Suptcm
b 2B. (SpocUl to The Adertiscr)
Governor AVoodion Wilson .ist night
"I yield to no man." . s.inl, QnrerngcJ .
- k ."!
Wilson, "m personal admiriltioil d! our-p
ni dipfi.lg.,i9ilca President. T
- ,, , ;ca.mbe of a j.rs0nnl
V , i ,' r ... '!..
?ibin oi i .in, oecai.se am iwmciim?
ing him in my thoughts, mue.lMciis in
my speech." ; ,
Tho governor of New Jersey" jhNo
to Colonel Theodore RaoKbtclt.
"Does anybody die.im ,fp.ev
said the Governor, there
cm bo a third party mnjorjtyZln either
of the houses af congress to
be elected on the Stli of JJovcnfbor?
Does anybody think it wd'ild lie wise
4.' "J! S
Ti 5Ua'J5t S "W J
GOV. WOODEOW WILSON,
Who pays his political rival . high
to have to oxtreme'y active a gentle-
man B0 extremely aggressive and
gaii,e a fiCnt)cnmu wpuo ig now Joadul;
tll0 tlird partV( put nlono Sll Wasliing.
ton as understudy of Providence!"
Taft and Wilson "Shake."
ber 27. (By Associated Press Cablo)
President Taft and would-be
dent Wilson met in the lobby of tho
otel at hieh each happened to be a
guest yesterday afternoon. and
greeted each other heartily, shaking
hands with much energy,
Mormon Prophet for Taft.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah,
nr Oft Hlv AnanpltifPil Prnca f!ahln
rIB iprnion church and its macliiuo
camp out strongly for Taft today, when
Joseph P. Smith, its prophet, seer and
revelator, in a signed statement, declared
that if the people should again
call Taft to the presidential chair they
would not bo likely to regret their
ARE NOT REPUBLICANS."
(lly Federal WlrtlfM Telefrsph.)
ber 20. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
it was announced today the Taft force
will hold a consultation in Sin Fran-
ciico with their attorney and decide
on a pluu of procedure in their attempt
to oust the Itoosevclt electors from the
ballot and tako from them the
jond tl.o walls of the city, Tuesday
The remainder of the mutineers fled
into the open country. Tlio mutineers
were cavalrymen and numbered moro
than 1000. They had arranged with
the artillerymen quartered inside the
walla to join in tho movement, but tho
gunners failed to keep their promise. I
General Chi Mien wns warned of the
'BRYAN WONT ALLOW
REPUBLICANS A STATE
WILLIAM J. BETAN,
V.ho nctuailr asserts not a single state
will go Republican,
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ItENO, Nevndn, Soptomber 21! (Sp
uinl to Tho Advertiser) William Jen
nin,;s Bryan entered Nevada todiy and
will make three speeches, one each in
Virginia City, Cnison City and Uono.
"I do not concedo a single State to
either Taft or Roosevelt," ha said.
"Wilson and Marshall wilt make a
clean sweep, and will carry every State
CHURCHILL NAMED AS
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CONOOKD, New Haven, Soptembor
20 (Special to The Advertiser) Wins-ten
Churchill, the author, was today indorsed
unanimously as tho Progressive
candidate for governor of Now Hampshire,
by the Progicssivo paity'o state
convention, which was opened hero today
by Governor Johnson of California.
Mr. Churchill accepted tho
MAJORITY FOR HUGHES GROWS
(By Federal Wireleu Telegraph.)
TRENTON, New Jersey, September
20. (Special to The Advertiser) Few
returns were received hero today from
Tuesday's primary election, but'thoso
tint arrived did not materially chango
Willi.un Hughes' majority over Jumea
Smith, Jr., former United States senator,
for the Democratic indorsement
for the United States senate.
Mr. Hughes' majority is estimated at
10,000, and is expected to go higher.
ANOTHER FOR GOVERNORSHIP.
' (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HAltTPORD, Connecticut, Septomber
20. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Her-.
bort Knox Smith, former Unite States
commissioner of corporations, was today
nominated for Governor of Connecticut
by acclamation in tho Progressive
party's Stato convention,
WILL BECOME MEMBER
GENERAL NAVY BOARD
(!y Federal Wireless Telegraph )
SAN niANCISCO, September
to Tlio Advertior) Friends
of Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Arthur
MacArthur have learned of his assignment
to duty in Washington, D.C,
where ho will be attached to the guncral
bourd of tlio Navy, Purlug tho last
few months he has been In the War
College where bo hs attended tha aura
rdnt He permitted the city gntcs to
bo opened, as had bean arranged by tho
conspirators, and a body of mutineers
numbering fifty, who were to seizo im
portant points were admitted and im
mediately shot down. Tho others, on
hearing tho firing, followed in, nnd sc-
veto fighting resulted in the defeat of
President Taft Attends Fiftieth
Anniversary Meeting of
flly Tederol Wireless Telecrrh.)
ALTOONA, Pennsylvania, Soptem,
ler 2C (Special to The Advertiser)
President Taft was tfio principal
I in Altoona 's celebration of the
flittioth Diversify oTlhe 'ifr0otlni'ori
tho Loyal War GovornorflAvho "decided
that Abraham Lincoln and his war
policy should bo upheld nnd his call
ior more troops should be met promptly
Through that mooting and thoso
which followed, tho President declnrcd
thero entered into tho soul of Lincoln
tho conviction that the country was
behind him in his offort, to end tho
war and to bring tho South back into
tlio Union... ,
'Tho fourteen loyal govoruors who
supported Lincoln in the dark days ot
'02, Piesidcnt Taft called heroes who
did not ndvertiso tho deeds thoy were
about to do, who made no uso ot
"buts" and "ifs," but who said,
"Wo will see you through."
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
' ATHENS, Greece, September 20.
(Special to The Advertiser) A vigorous
protest against tho firing by
troops on the Greok steamer
in Samos, n tow days ago, is to
bo made by the Grtok Minister in Constantinople.
The Greek government ordered
tho minister today to demand tho
xcvoro punishment of the offenders as
well as an expression of regret by the
Turkish government, tho naymcut or
.damages for injury to the Bhip and com
pensation ior uio loss oi some personal
"BKiRo of the Greok passengers.
(By Federal Wireless Telegrsph.)
SPEZIA, Italy) September 20. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Quglielmo
Marconi, inventor of
passed a rcstloss night Wednesday
as a result of injuries suffered by
him in an automobile nccident during
tho day near Borghctto. Marconi com
plained of pains from a slight wound
in tho head, wliilo tho injury of his
right eyo and many othor bruises caused
Mrs. Marconi, who was not hurt in
tho collision, silt up nursing her husband
throughout the night.
By Kanaka Wireless.
M, N, S. S, Hyadei, en routo from
Seattle for Honolulu, 8 p. in., September
0, 103 miles from Honolulu, Arrive
M. N. H. 8. Wilholmina, en routo
from San Francisco, 8 p, in, -1021
miles from Honolulu, sea calm, weather
I no, all well,
O 8, H. Ventura, en route from
ny, sixty cabin passengers ouu Ave'
In touch with P. M- B. H. Keren,
Nlcaraguan Revolution Practical
ly Ends Mena Surrenders
To whom General Mcni, leader of
rebels, and his army huvo
S: : s(t
(Bv Federal Wireless Tilcgrapli.)
WASHINGTON, September ID.
(Specinl to The Advertiser) C?eer:il
jMuin, lender of the Nie.irngu.m revolu
tionists, is to l.o -tout to on-dei
a guard of United States' sailors
United State M'nistcr Weityel re-ported
to tlio state ilepirtmcut today
that Renr'Adntirnl Southcrland had ac
ccptcd tho surrender of Mxiiu and "Oil
followers nt midnight September 2-1.
Goneral Menu s smrendor Is taken to
indicate the collapse of tho revolution.
His Tcinoynl to Panama probably moans
Officials hero belioved Goucrn! Mena
requested that he bo permitted to surrender
to Admiral Soiffherlnnd, fiom
fear of" strong" action at tin! hands of
inu Aicarugtm iciiemiK, nun tnu
doubtlea thought it ndvisablu to
get tho robol eliiuf out of the country
as soon ns possible.
Granada is now completely under
control of United States forces.
(U- 1'edirnl Wirchm Teleeraplj,)
SOPIA, Hulgarln, September 20.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Another
frontier oiigngomeut between tho Turks
and liulgarlniiH is reported to havo occurred
near tho Hiunambunar post.
The frontier fights betweeu Turkish
mid Ihilgnrian soldiers were called to
the attontlon of the Turkish government
today by Bulgaria. The Bulgarian
government declared that tho Tnrkish
troops had frequently fired on Bulgarian
outposts and had killed oao man in
Hnmainliunnr "wjipojiliooting had occurred
from sovornldlfforcnt points on
tlio Turkish side. --
S MORE EVIDENCE
FOR MURDER TRIAL
(By Jeileral Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW September 20.
to The Advertiser) "District Attorney
Charles S. Whitman, professing
great satisfaction with tho results of
his interview with witnesses in -not
Springs, Arkansas, arrived in Ne'w York
today from tho Southwest, confident the
trial Of "Police Lioutcnaut Charles E.
Becker, charged with tho murder of tho
gambler Herman Rosenthal on July 10
in front of, tlio Hotel Mctropole, would
stnrt on October 7.
"I havo corroborated tho points in
Sam Schcpps' story" said Mr, Whitman,
"nnd tho defense whs not ablp
to shako us to any material degree."
CRUSHED TO DEATH
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
TURIN, Italy, September 20. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Lieutenant
Rega'zzini, wliilo piloting n new
today, fell .230 feet. Ho was
crushed to death undor tho wreckage of
SAILS FOR HONOLULU
(By Fadersl Wirtlosa Telegraph )
VALLKJO, California, September SO.
(fliieeldl to The Advertiser) I'assod
Assistant Hurgeou .Janici H. Woodward
Is to sail for duty lu Honolulu, after u
couple of yuuV tour In this yard
Secretary Fisher, Ends Hearings
on Hawaii-at Meeting "
CUTS "COFFEE KING" SHORT
Party Leaves for Maui and May
Climb Haleakala Due
(By Knhuku Wireless.)
IIILO, Septomber 20. (Prom n Staff
forrobpomlcnt) Secretary of tho Interior
Fisher's travels over Hawaii today
wcro marked with some exciting
The session nt Honokmi, tho seat of
a homestendliig colony, was full of ex
citement. The homesteaders, most of
whom nro Portuguese, had mnny kicks
to register concerning their tomiro,
anil also registered complaints ngnliiBt
tho malinger of tho neighboring
Who wns not poimitted to lecturo on
tariff protection befmu Secretary
tion relative to contract with tlio mill
people. Their kicks wero registered in
mi excited manner.
The Secretary heard both sides nml
received satisfying explanations from
the plantation jieop"Io and thuso connected
with Governor Fronr's sldo of
Abe L. I.oulsson, tlio "ColTco King
of Huwnli," who has been advocating
for years n tariff on roffeo in ordor
fhat the Hnwaiian loffeo growers could
get on their feet, started to make n
long speech on the subject, but wns
checked by tho Sccrotnry, whoso timo
was limited, Lou!bhoii had hardly
plunged into tho history of coffeo
growing here when Secretary Fisher
announced that he would be unable to
D.inco for Visitors.
At Wnlinoa a dnne'o was given for
tho junior attnehes of the party nnd
the Knhuln Club ma do its welcome in
the form of a luncheon, followed by a
session. No kicks wero registered at
The entire -party loft for Maui nt
threo o'clock. Secretary Fishor, Governor
Froar and Herbert Meyer, Mr.
Fislior's sccrotnry, had arranged to
make the ascont of Hnleakala and will
join tlio remainder of tho party today.
Hearings will bo held today and the
party will probably reach Honolulu
ARIOLIS IVIAY BUILD
COSTLY ARUALPA ROAD
(By Kaliulcu Wireless.)
IIILO, Soptomber 20. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tho Hawaii Loan
Fund Commission today opened tho bids
for tho construction of tho Ahualoa
road on this island. The Arioll Brothers'
bid was $91,000 while that of Lord-Young
Co. wus for $109,000.
Tho now road, which is proposed to
ho bult, runs through tha important
and fertile Ahualoa homesteads, just
buck of Honokaa, in tho Hamnkua district
of tho island of Hawaii. Tho
road is n soutiou of thu proposed bolt
road urouud tho island for tho eon
tructlon of which tho last territorial
legislature authorized n loan of
MAJOR CONKLIN COMING.
(lly Fcdsral Wlrthu Ttlsgrapli.)
WAHH1NOTON, Buiiteinuor SO
(Special to Tho AdvertUer) Mai. Ar
thur H. Conklln. goneral staff, ia lollered
from duty In tLla city and will pro teed
to Hun Frunriseo and autil for Honolulu