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VOL. LV. NO. 70 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY,
OCTOBER
TUESDAY., 8. 1912.SE.MI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO. 3752
SAN JUAN DEL SUR, Nicaragua,
October 8. (By Associated 'Press Ca-bio)
Somo desperate fighting took
place when tho United States marines
attacked and took tlio city of Loon,
one of tho strongholds of tho rebels,
by storm on Sunday.
Tlirco marinos were killed in the at-"
tack and four were wounded, including
those injured ulien n company of
the marines wcro attacked at
by a mob of rebel sympathizers.
The latter were quickly repulsed, leaving
thirteen dond behind them.
Marines for Nicaragua.
Following is the organization of tho
first provisional regiuient of marines
organized for sorice in Nicaragua:
Col. Joseph II. rendleton
Charles G. Long.
Capt. II. II.' Kipp, regimental adjutant,
v,
Capt. Charles B. Sanderson, acting
quartermaster.
Surgeon Robert E. Hoyt, regimental
surgeon: l. A. surgeouB .rum ..
rietcher II. Brooks and Ilarry
Ii. Smith, and twenty hospital corps
men of the navy.
First Battalion:
Maj. William N. McKelvy.
First Lieut. Emilc P. Moses,
Company Av (New iroil0rCaEt" Ed
ward A. Orcene, iirst i.ieut. uurry m.
'Butlor, Second Lieut. Alfred SIcC. Rob-bins.
Company B (Norfolk) Capt. Robert
Y. BUea, First Lieut. William A. McNeil,
Second LieuU. 'Robert W. Vootlt.
Company C (Boston and Portsmouth)
Capt. Eugoiie 1. Fortson, First Lieut.
Howard W. Stone, Second L"icut. Geprgo
V. Martin.
Company D (Annapolis, Charleston,
M. B., Washington, and Navy Yard,
D. C.)Cait. Harry Lee, Tirst Lieut.
Thomas E. Thrasher, Jr., Second Lieut.
Charles A. E. King.
Second Battalion:
Maj. George C. Rcid.
Tirsl Liout. William C. Powers, Jr.,
adjutant.
Company E (Philadelphia) Capt.
Frederick A. liamsiy. First Lieut. Robert
E. Messersmith, Second Lieut. Roy
S. Goiger.
Company F - (Philadelphia) Capt.
Robert 0. Underwood, First Lieut. Russell
II, Davis, Second Lieut. William C.
Company G (Philadelphia) Capt.
Giles Bishop, Jr., Second Lieut. Uoyd
AV. Williams, Second Lieut. Charles G.
Sinclair.
All companies, with iho exception of
Company C, will consist of one first
sergeant, six sorgeants, twelve corporals,
two musicians and eighty-four privates.
Company C has nine privatos
additional.
H-
T B! PREMATURE
EXPLOSION OF SHELL
(Ily Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
WASHINGTON, Octobo'r 7. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Eight privates of
Battery T, Third United States Tield
Artillery, were injured by a premature
explosion of a shell today at
Pennsylvania.
William E. Erbeck, most seriously
Iiurt, was brought to a .hospital in
Washington, District of Columbia.
Privates Andrew Miller, Peter Marion,
Nelson D. Blossc, Charles A.
Hounchcll, Tred V. McNamee, F. Line-ham
and Corporal John Harsch wero
hurt, but not badly,
NOW IT'S PRIZE FIGHT
FOR SPORTY MONTE CARLO
PARIS, October 7. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Announcements wero
made here today through tho various
sporting papers and magazines, tlmt'n
match between Georges Curpeutier and
Iloinbiirditr Well bus finally been arranged
to tnko placo at Monto Carlo
some tune next 1 ebruary. When negotiation
wero first proposed, it was bo.
Ilovcd poHlblo to have the bout staged
In I.oiidnn, where there would lis a
larger attendance and consequently a
largrr purite, but tlm ruling of the
r.oru insdo tM impossible, Now
it l hellevftl Die fight will lie more for
ring honors than for luero
in K, and Hie urometer think n better
bout wl be Ilia mult. I
8
SIX-OS? AUTO IP
(Uy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
DALTON, Massachusetts, October 7.
(Special to The Advertiser) Tho
President and Mrs. Taft, after spending
Sunday-at tho homo hero of United
States Senator Murray Crane, left to
day ou the second stago of their six-day
automobile tour of New England.
President Taft -planned to spend the
night as the guest of Robert T. Lincoln.
sou of President Abraham Lincoln, in
Manchester.
OUT TO GET
GliSTili SEATS
(Ily Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
NEW YORK, October 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) Sunrise this morning,
tho day of the opening of the "world's
baseball championship series, found
There is great excitement and it is
stated thnt immense sums will chongo
bunds ou tho results of tho games. Tho
odds in the betting are now ten to
eight on tho Boston Americans,
"
MARINE TIDINGS
Ry Kohulro Wireless. J
C. A. 8. S. Zcalandln, en route frbm
Victoria, 8 pin. October 7. 10)2 7fl2
miles from Honolulu, lntltude 31,35
north, loncltudo Hfl.01 west. All well.
C.-A. S. H, Maranin, en route from
Suva Will nrrlve Tuesday mornlug at
eleven o'clock.
In touch tho M. V. K. "ft Ifnnn
tkJ&
CHANGES OF STYLES
COSTLY TO OFFICERS
Navy Department Issues Orders
and Protests Are Now
Being Made.
flly Federal Wireless Telecranh.l
WASHINGTON, October
to Tho Advertiser) Slight changes in
tho Btlo of naval uniforms will cost
each officer in the service from $300
to $500, nccording to ofllcors who aro
protecting- ugainst the navy
latest sartorial orders.
The changes juBt inaugurated lengthens
tho boat cToak and irock coat and
orders a velvet collar for the cloak. Tho
officers claim that tho alterations nro
without justification.
Not only does tho ndditiniml .rnf fnr
uniforms full to appeal to naval officers,
uui. iud yunurai cuect or tno cliangos
have como in for criticism on tho
ground mat the new shoulder marks ,
make Officers look like mombnra .if ii .
nrrinen elinnlinr. l..l. i i . . . . '
-..,...., p..yi..i wuh, ,n, recent r
toilL'Ul'S of whiffl Clntli. whlel. nrn .Iml
lar to thoso used on tho uniforms of
army officers.
Among the changes aro tho following!
Shoulder Hlrans abnllslm.l fnr nil
iBfflcersj on whito service coat nnd mess
Arilla l aIihiiI.1. . i.
I jYlfll nf linvnM 1 m. 1 T H 11. I
over GOO men and boys llued up at tho rV """-"k Jionoiuiu a naval cap-1
Polo Grounds, sitting around bonfires, " '" n,,c"13iclt uniform
after uniting all night for tho first , '" 7"g, .1 "toe lappets in
cliauco at tho upper 4,000 grand stand ,a-,of :? fa,n'IlRr markn. On each ' . y
.n.,( i f .-., iT sliouidcr there nvero two whltn mninl
nvHtn un pmiv mv tttttxi u VIUbnt I
shoulder marks Hie
nro replaced by
wcinl uslgnia on tongue of sumo clothj i,,.,,,, f.
.;piulot Insignia rearranged! no buttons . h', ,lv"
r,t tlm .ii.ii i. , .. I nail "Mil
IS PLACED ON TRIAL:
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POLICE LIEUT. BECKER,
hoso trial for murder began jester-
marks, an anchor and an eagle. ' Wli UUJ' ,n mv
A paymnstor has two enormous pieces
of mct.il weighting each shoulder, and j NEW YOKIC, October 7. (Bv Asso-
1 aek r .loth. 7i," L l "1 " ' "?"VeMe Lieutenant
..., ,.w ,.. ., j,,,,,,!. (u
foati iii front fivo buttons in each row "" was escorted by twenty mouutod
instead of six, buttoning four, the fifth ' l","f(l"";" 0 '"'ov'"lt
(o bv wholly visible no buttons nt hot-1 ousnorn r.nnZ7TZ7Z
liilrtn. J3 ' - 1 tnili IiaIhv iim vnii.i M..n.... ..n
An..i... .' :,.,: ''' .: r1?rM:.!,eU.."' j w ?w immn
tviwiii iu ivuio IMVPVDU1' 'D
flvNl by the Guide last night, the
llritiili sti'smer BtrAthalUn, width left
linre 8epember 80, hn r.nlvwl at
Noya, Ckllfornla, ,
Becker, tho alleged head of tho police
grnft conspiracy and accused of tho
murder of Herman Rosenthal, tho gambler,
was placed ou trial for his llfo
today.
funoral of Jack Zcllg, whoso
gunmen killed Rosenthal and
killed last week lii.nnn lm
"rniicaleil." was held tndnv ' Tim
torn of dnws cni.it.iii, i,in ' CHARGES ROOSEVELT
yJUJijr wwistmat nbollihe.1 nml whltol
WITH TRUST SIIPPIinT
Wlin IHUI OU I UH N
uUtitutix : bout cloak tn r..M, i,
of omliroliliTMli linen collar in be ''"'flil.O, Colorado, Ortolmr 7. (Ily
tflndlnif kind, no turndown or wlngi 'ellw l'r ChIiIm) fioveruor
tollsrs nerinltlixli uleovo buttons of VViiwIrow WUmiii in a sput'eh hero tulay
Plain poldi ihlrt bosom studs not more lmrgttil lui itmil lrut suimkjiiIiu
tbmj onouartrr iurb In dlmnulor. i llooievelt trust pulley,
HOI MHE51 RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS FRQ.tl"WirfflN NICARAOUAN WAR ZONE TERMS IIF PFACE
FIGHT - A ltflil UPON
Three Dead and Four Wounded
in Attack on Stronghold
of Rebels.
LEON IS TAKEN BY STORM
Mob Is, Repulsed in Chinandcga
and .Many Shot Down in
Skirmish.
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deputies at Alliens.
The Ottoman government has ordered
tho -prohibition of tho export of giaiu
from Anatolia.
Powers All in Accord.
(I)t Federal Wireless Tclecral!i.)
PARIS, Franco, October 7. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) The European
Powers have decided to interveno in
tho Balkan mountain stntes' trouble
nml in Constantinople ns soon ns it, is
possible to mako arrangements to that
effect.
Great Britain today signified her
ceptnuco of the French proposals, so
that all of the Powers 'now nro in ac
cord.
Germany Falls Into Line.
flly Fediral Wireless Telejrraiili.)
EERL1N, Germany, Octobor 7.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Germany
today accepted tho amended drnft of
tho derlnration of the European Pow
ers to Turkey nnd tlio -Balkan mount'
iiln states, Jt now embodies the
proposal for n clearer
definition of tho intention of tho Pow
ers, which nsk for a Iarge mensuro of
homo rulo for the European provinces
of Turkey.
Topo Would Mediate,
LONDON. October 7. (Bv Associ
ated Press Cubic) It is reported horo
that His Holiness Pono Pius X has
offered his services ns mediator between
tho Balkan confederacy and
Turkey.
EX-SENATOR PFEFFEfl
DIES AFTER OPEOATIi
TOPEKA, Kansas, October 7. (By
Associated Press Cnblo) Former Uni
ted States Senator Pfoffer, famous
tho Populist era for Ills whiskers, is
dead,
Several months nco. In order to check
the progress of gangrene which hud set
hi in ins rlglit loot, surgeons amputated
the leg of tho former senator. He was iu
a weakened condition beforo tho
nnd siuco then fullod to rally,
us expected.
Senator Pfefftr was "born iu Cumberland
county, Pennsylvania, September
10, 1631. Ho moved to Kansas In 1870
and soon became settle iu public nf
fulrs. Ho settled on a claim in Wilson
county nnd wlnbllthsil a luw practice,
ulno entering; Into vurlous nowspaiiar
von lures.
I'lom 1881 he was editor of the Kun-as
J'lirmor for ton years, am nlltoriul
writer for the Tojmlm Dally fnpltnl far
seven years. Iio wui uetlve in tlio lie
publleuu 1'itrty, was iHud stats
In 187s umi was a irsidiutiHl
olnttor for Jmiies A, Garfield in lu
Whwi the I'sKplo's 1'iirty iinivuienl
wug uliuUd lie joined In it vlgorouily
Italian and Turkish Delcgatea
Draw Up Basis for
Armistice.
V h I &&$" muflWndnVh iH 'i li'MHtoi ' sWBTWWIIM m italy secure in
ri "jra. vVTr2Si s jit. V.tj "t A HP' ill
: XSMIpWiiiB1 TURKEY WILLING
- Y IHK-- &SM TO SEE REFORMS
ik jp'v !lffBffilllsTll Makes Concessions and Powers
yAjJ gMia May Seek to Enforce
( y HHBW!B Balkan Peace.
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TRIPOLI
Seven Clauses in the Proposed
Treaty Which Will End
Queer War.
GENEVA, Switzerland, October 7.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) A dispatch
from Oucliy to tho Journal ds
Geneve reports the tornls of tho pcac
treaty ngrcod iipou 'by tho Itnllun and
Turkish delegates, which now nwaita.
ratification by the two go crmnents,
mid is expected to lend to nu imniodiato
armistice.
Tho terms aro:
1st Absolute sovereignty of Italy la
Libya without formal recognition thcro
of Italy by Turkey.
2nd leo exercise of rollgious authority
by tho Khalif, as in Bosnia,
Herzegovina.
( !lrd Turkey to withdraw her regular
troops from Libya.
4th Italy to pay nn indemnity oqulv
alont to Libya's contribution to tho
Ottoman treasury.
fitli Restitution of tho enptured islands
from Turkey, with safeguards for
the Christian population.
Oth No indemnity payable by either
sldo townrd tho cost of the war.
7th of diplomntlo
and commercial relations between tho
two nations.
H
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Iffflr 1 I 'I) IflW T pF" lOprW lcsirc to give the powers an argument L R L M
' yyJii. Pfe meat for bringing prcssuro to benr in ,U J M Mil II T H l
"WIUIUUIULr
, . tho nnlkan capitals, but probably lins
W w it" i r r ' 'T liHn n rTTI 'Tr t '' nTrroniBPBw in view tIin circumstance that tho decision, PTRTrn nrninnBi
'-9 9 B . Is9 oiaiMssSSH Pi im 8BHI on, is raieuintoa to sow discord UMILU IIL nllC ilnl
i i H HP EB ye "7t M 1B E i 'jt B. VHI L I -
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( Tcdcrnl Wireless Ttle&riiih.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Octo
ber 7. (Spccinl to The Advertiser)
Tho Balkan Stntes situation 1ms been
considerably changed by Turkey's
mirprUo nniionlicement
of her willingness to grnnt a greater
incnsnro of self-government to
and Macedonia.'
It is argued here that introducing
in those proinces reforms elaborated
by representatives of Great Britain,
France, Germany, Austria-Hungary-,
among tiio members of the Balkan
Tho Greeks in particular aro 'likely
to bo dissatisfied, for it is regarded in
diplomatic circles without doubt that
they iuto counting on a general
in order to scttlo nrions is
sues of long standing. These include,
for instance, tho presence of Gretnn
Peyton Gordon and Advisor to-Japanese
Government on
the Siberia.
"Tho Japanese government under tho
new monarch appears to bo firmly established,"
Bnld II. W. Denison, forolgn
adviser to tho Jnpaneso government,
wiio is n through passenger aboard tho
steamship Siberia.
Whllo thcro appeared to bo somo significance
attached to the fact that both
Mr. Denison inn! Twin,, n -.i ....
cial agent of tho nttomey general's department
at Washington, aro both
aboard tho Siberia, also from tho fact
mm uoruou went to Japan on a
spocinl mission, which has boon clouded
in secrecy, Mr. Denison rofutes tho suggestion
of signifiennco and calls it merely
a coincidence.
Ho is taking a renl vacation, ho says,
tho first in yoars, sinco ho
boenmo connected with tho
Cfln nnvnrimtmif tfl,n....l. i. ..
" ""i """""bh no pnsseu
,. ,
through hero fivo years ago. Ho does
not consider his last trip to tho mainland
In tho nntiiro of a vacation, but
says that his present visit is to bo a
long period of rest from his labors.
It was rumored thnt a much higher
personago of tho United States
would bo tibo.ir.l flm Sli,r: i,
Mr. Gordon and Mr Denison are
..i....v tnu uuiy uincmis on tlio steamer.
SMUGGLERS OF CHINESE
ESCAPE FROM PURSUERS
SAN FUANC18CO. fiplnlmr 7 Tl
Associated Press Cable) Pursued by
two submarines nnd three Immigration
cutters and under a hail of riflo shots,
a band of smugglers of Chlucso managed
to make their escapo In a fast
launch hero today,
LARGE SUMIS STOLEN.
NEW YOKIC, October 7. (By
Press Cnblo) A packngo containing
$i!00,O00 has loen stolen wl.lln
n transit from Havana to this port.
DYNAMITER PLEADS GUILTY.
INDIANAPOLIS. Imlinnn. Otnlme
7. (Ily Associated Prow Cablo) Ed-ward
Clark, one of tho men indicted
by tho federal grand jury In tho dynamite
conspiracy easts, entered a plea
of guilty when arraigned this morning.
mid became its recognlzod loader iu
Kuiin, und that party gulnlng power
In the Htnto eluctod him United States
senator for tho toim of 1801 to 1807,
which ho served,
Ho ws tho prohibition eamlldutu for
Oovernor of Kansas in 18D8, but was
defeated. In 1100, Jmvlug returned to
tho Republican party on issues growiug
out of tlio v.nt, he
tool, nn tut it o part in tho for
MrKiiiloy and itooioitdt.
Followlnii tlio expiration of IU term
ns Hulled EltuUi stmntgr, ho remained
in Wunbliiijtoii am roiiipllfd a coitgroii'
louul intlex, leiuruliig to Tupeku about
it yir ago t'i make Ms homo with Mi
on, l)y(jlu M. I'vfTer,
li it.tAM.M&hiiA $JM
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