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VOL. LV. NO. 7 1 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912. SEMI WEEKLY WHOLK NO. 3753
ATHENIAN WD
4
GREEK INVADERS
Montenegrin Victory Followed
by Flaming
Villages
Powers Preach Peace,
EBut Prepare to Take g
a Hand
(By Federal Wireless Telecrai'h.)
ATHENS, Greece, October 10. Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho Qrcck
Premier, Elcftcrio Vcnizclos, still hopes
for peace. Addressing a groat gathering
which had assembled outside his
residence Into last night, ho said:
' ' I still hopo that peace will bo maintained.
Onr nllies do not desiro to
niako conquests nnd what wo ask for
ttlso corresponds to the intorests of the
3 neighboring empires and represents a
first and Indispcnsnblo condition lor
tho peaceful co oxiatenco of tho Balkan
peoples nnd the Ottoman Empire."
The assemblage grcoted tho Premier's
words with cries of "Hurrah for
warl" upon which M. Vcnlzelos repeated
word foT word that "which ho
bad already said.
Greeks Lose Heavily.
(By Federal Wireless Telecroph.)
LONDON, October 10. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Heavy losses wero inflicted
by Turkish troops on a band of
Greeks numbering 1000 men, who today
attacked a Turkish frontier post
neaT D'Hisikula, They were driven
back over tho frontier, according to a
news ngency dispatch from Salonika.
Albanian Towns in 7101068.
(By Federal Wireless Telecrsph.)
VIENNA,-Austria, October 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) -Many Albanian,
villages to tho north of Boyanna
river arc in flames, according to a dispatch
received hero from CattaTO. Many
fugitives, including wounded men, have
arrived at Scutari. Somo peasants who
fled to tho frontior posts at Szamcsi
were slain by Montenegrin soldiers.
Turks Still Hope for Peace.
(By Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Octobor 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Moro
energetic intervention by tho Powers
in order to prevent tho outbreak of hostilities
on tho part of BulgariarScrvia
and Greece, and to bring about a cessation
of tho war with Montonegro, is
said to bo contemplated today.
Shots are reported to havo been exchanged
between tho Turkish and Bulgarian
troops occupying advanced posi
tions on tho Turkish-Bulgarian frontier
at Timrush and Klissure.
Princo Tired First Shot.
(By Federal Wireless Tolejrraph,)
PODGOR1TZA, Montenegro, October
10. (Special to tho Advertiser) The
Montenegrin army opened war against
Turkey by attacking a strong Turkish
positron opposite Podgoritza, Peter,
the youngest son of King Nicholas,
fired the first shot. This wus the signal
for firing all along tho lino nnd an ar.
tillcry duel ensued.
Within minutes five Turk
ish guns were silenced nnd tho Turks
retreated from their first position on
Mount Planintza. By uoon tho Turks
bad evneuated tho mountain, Podgont
en, the headquarters of tho Montono'
grin forces, nnd amid tho enthusiastic
cheering of tho pcoplo King Nicholas,
with Princo Mirko, his second son, and
stnff rode curly to tho mountains to
survey the positions,
The, Montenegrin guns had been
placed tho night before and strong de
tachments of men wero hold In reserve
should tho Turkish forces prove larger
than tho reports of tho scouts iudl
cutcd.
Austria May Take Hand.
VII NNA, Austria, October 10, (11
Associated Prut Cnblo,) Auntria'n
riilnltter of foreign Affairs aiuiouncfil
today Hint Austria hu Important inter
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KING GEOEGE, OF GREECE,
"Who is still in favor of peace.
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DUTY FOR YOUNG
liriVn
(II) Federal 'Wireless Telesraph.)
WASHINGTON, October 10. (Special
to The Advertiser) In order to
give young navy offlccrs greater variety
of experience in their earlier years and
to throw them moro ou their own resources
and tench them self-reliance,
tho navy department has adopted n now
systom in detailing ollicers to tho gunboats
and smaller vessels.
In tho future the period of duty for
gunboat ollicers, except the commander,
will bo only one yenr, so that a greater
number of them may havo tho advantages
of training on vesols where thorc
aro individual responsibilities nnd range
of duties is greater.
...
WILSON ONCE MODE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HOUGHTON, Michigan, October 10.
(Special to The Advertiser) Declaring
that Woodrow Wilson, governor of
Now Jersey and Democratic candidato
for President, opposed every effectivo
means of helping the wage-worker, Colonel
Itoosovelt appealed here last night
to tho working men and women of the
country to support the Progressive
party on election day.
In tho paBt, Colonel Itoosevelt said,
Governor Wilson had displayed "sullen
hostility to labor," Ho quoted from
speeches nnd writings of tho Democratic
candidato in regard to labor nnd said
that Governor Wilson had made a
"sudden nnd violent retracting of his
steps."
NO SPECIAL SESSION TO
ACT ON TAFT ELECTORS
SAf'ItAMKNTO, California, October
10. (Ily Associated Press Cublo)
Acting Governor Wullace, it ia believed
nt the order or Governor
Iiii refiiBod to call an extra set-
slnn nt Hwi fllnln limUhiturn tn'ummld
the primary Invr so as to entitle fljV.
Taft to n pUve on (ha otlli'lul
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I'UltUl, IV ll'UUVJl VIKI INI iiniHi
Ik'oii ilMilurcil by tlio court entitled to
tho llepublifnu placet.
AUTO BANDITS ESCAPE.
BT. WUIH, Mtiiourl, October 10.-
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liiilil ilufeti I Ik rim nit I liii kl rflts ii Ml fi
'uoi.it. intnaiu ovrwj tuii PffiriT!
uinl iximI on a rood Iwiitlnu from
111 Ux Omi mu Mid up utid
rubbw of 8W.
FIvTcSfiks KILLED,
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FIHST BATTLE
B? MiXPlOSIBlL
One of Germany's Battleships
of the Air Blows Up
Crew Escapes.
(Br Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BERLTN, Germany, October 10.
(Special to The Advertiser) Germany's
aerial fleet suffered a severe
loss today by tho total wrecking, by
exposion, of .ono of its immento mill
tary diilgiblc baboons nnd of the hun
gar in which it was stationed in a
suburb of Berlin.
The dirigible was being refilled with
hjdrogen gas by soldieis of tho flying
corps. The gas which is highly in
flammable was being passed into tho
euxelopo from metal cylinders when
tho fuction of gas Itself on tho filling
tube caused fire to start. A iolent explosion
ensued, completely destroying
tho dirigible and blowing tho hangar to
splinters.
None of the crew was injured.
TO
REACH COAST TODAY
(lly Federal Wlre'ess Telegraph )
SEATTLE, Washington, October 10.
A message received today from the
cruieer Maryland which is bringing Sec
rotary of State P. C. Knox and Secre
tary of tho Interior Wnltcr I, l'ishei
from Honolulu, says that that vessu
will arrive in Scattlo tomorrow morning
..
JURY COMPLETED TO TRY
BECKER FOR MURDER
Ity Wireless Toleersnli )
Ni:W YOIIK, October 10. (Speclnl
to Tho Advertiser) The jury which
will try Police t.leutonnnt Charles I
Becker, charged with the murder of
Herman llonuiithiil, the J'uHUIdo gum
bier on July 10, in front of tho Hotel
LMl'trojiole, whs completed toda)
filYAN AS AN EXPERT
' ON HIGH COST OF LIVING
(llr Kfdtr.l Wlr.lt. Ttlwtpli )
P.UKK), North DulioU, October 10.
to Tim WiIIInih
,leiiiiini Jirym mrivod in l'nro thm
i'!UIiiinu mm Biidrimuii u larno umii
4111 Ct of MOIIKII Oil till) idyll cotl of
mm
.
STniKEDREAKEnS IN MINE,
WKOIMAl, UImIi, Oitebtr JO (Ily
Aminml i'riw u iuk
l Ml Iku iumi ImIo I Itn Urrilur?
umfM hy ilri(rf, II hiiI(ipi
foi n$$ml4 ih KMItuu
JikiiMwknri lum Wwr Trk l itm
mut hI mmi mt hum illil
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LUbt: UAnt
The Giant Slabster's "Turkey Trot" Proves
Superior To Buck O'Brien's Famous "Saliva
Twist" Red Sox Barely Save Shutout
(By Federal Wlrelns Telegraph )
BOSTON, Mafsachusetts, Octoler 11.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Hubc
Marqtmrd, Johnny McO raw's great left
landed pitcher, nnd his famous "turkey
trot" ball procd suporior to
'BUck" O'Brien nnd his "shn
twist" this nfternoon, and tho third
contest of the world's series was
hulked up to tho ei edit of the isit
rs by n score of two to one.
Marqunid showed bettor form In tho
box than any of tho twirlers who havo
npiurpl in the present series of games,
and held the locals' dnngeroui hitttra
rsfnly nt alt tngi$.' A lit of quick
hniking on thji ilnr0S tho "south
taw" t.ivcd lflnC,d(Uiliqi ninth inning,
when ho nt third bise
n nic6mont;lnternhiir rictcher, the
liaHtscrMuiSfeLiirtstop, made a e sth
error tluitolSjOniwn ho 'ed I'm ar
le Jlnrquis bt hi vi.torj.
'omo doubls wero entertained ns til
would be steady In
the box, in view of his imfortnn ito
work of Jat Jear, but thee were s ept
nway when tio begin whipving Ids f'it
rcauing curve- aerosi tiie plae with
ig). tnlng speed.
He hopt the Biii"lci rcnttorcd and
nreventeii Tris Sneaker, the Boston
star cliiggcr, from connecting safely.
Vvule Horn, the spectacular work of
Miununrd, Murrnv stirrel with two
jcrsalioml catches in tho outfle'd, ono
1 drive nrii'nst 'he fenco nnd -'ii rilior
skyscraper which ho pulled out of tho
r vim one nauii. ,iurr;iy also siarieai
the scoriiig, slamming out a pretty!
loublc m the second Inning and icgis
teljni; on two sacrifice hits. Js'ew
i'oik's second tally came in the fifth,
?hcn Hcrzog doubled nr.d was chased
oyer tno rubber on n single by Tletelier
fO'Brien was a bit unsteady nt various
stages of the contest, but ho had plenty
of saliva on the ball and it was all th"
Giants could do to pot n sol'd widlrtp o(T
lis fctyle ol pitching, lie rotned in tho
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"RUBS" MAKQUARD.
MeGnw'a RrMlt!t pitchoi, whoi
won yesterday's game from tho
1'. i nv
eighlh in liivnr ot ''client, nltor Ncnl
a an nun uecn sLoved in to liat lor. liim
and had fanned.
The list ot the ninth iuning gave the
Red Sox renters their b'g thrills when,
with Speaker down, Lewis gerMlicd nn
infield hit nnd circled the sack on a long
double by Larry Gardner.
It was up to Mnnoger Jpke Stnhl to
win tho game, and ho shoved a hard one
to Marqunrd. "The Rube" seized it
mid, suowing gord baclmll judgment,
YORK NATIONALS.
3, Murray; 4, PoVoro.
inuriud his tliiow to llcrzog nt third
t in tlmo to cut oil Gardner Ilendrick.
sou, running for Htnhl, got to third,
I wlirn tossed n bloomer iu field
i lug Wngnnr's grounder, hurling tho ball
i far to ono side of Morldo, Ciuly ended
I tho Himpeusu when ho Hied out to Josh
iltbii in k'ftl'nhl, inn Murqiiiird got
the wlorv of his flrnt w mill's mrlcs win.
I Tho iitteiidniieo was greater tliiui nt
yesterday's game, ns today found
Jil.iliil pcoplo ut iliii Aiiiorli'iiu I,iaguo
Park. Tlio lotni receipts wero :i,H2,
of which !H,oOD will go to tlio ilnynr
I mid ll.'lll l(j tho National C'liiiiinlMioil.
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ADMITS LETTERS
AH AUTHENTIC
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Head of Standard Oil Testifies
Stolen Documents Are
Genuine.
NAMES MEN OF PROMINENCE
Archbold Confesses to a Close
Relationship With Backers
of Roosevelt.
AVASH1NGTON, Octobor 11.
(Ily As'ocintcd Press Gablo)
Testifying- before tho Clnrm
investigating eommittco
day, John B. Archbold of tho
Standard Oil Company
ted tho authenticity of tho so-
r.klll'd Iieiirsfiutters, said to
have been stolen from his ofllco
and sold to William R. Hearst.
(Ily Feelers! Wireless Tcleernph.)
WASHINGTON, Octobor 10
to The Advertiser) John D. Archbold,
prcsidont of tho Standard Oil Company,
testified today boforo tho United
States senate committco investigating
campaign contributions nnd expendi
tures.
His examination rolated to tbo
"Archbold letera" between himself and
formor United States Senators Poraker
of Ohio, Quay of Pennsylvania and
Mnrk Hnnna of Ohio nnd formor Rep
resentatives Qrosvcnor of Ohio nnd Sibley
of Pennsylvania. Certificates of
sent to Torakor, ho said, wero for
payment of legal sorviccs to tho Standard
Oil Company, "that nnd nothing
more." "
Somo of tho letters said to havo boon,
written to him by men named, Archbold
could not romombor having received,
but was not prepared to say ho had not.
Of his own lcttors, his most frequont
answer was "I havo no doubt I wroto
it." .
Archbold did not donv tho authorship
of any of tho letters. Ho confessed to
closo relationship with most of Theodore
Roosevelt's backers in tbo 1001 campaign.
It has been charged that tho
Standard Oil and othor big interests financed
Roosovolt's fight.
LITTLE BOY ESCAPES
DEATH BY A
Loulor Kozowa, a
Russian boy, wns knocked down and
sovcroly injured about tho .fnco nnd
scalp yesterday afternoon nt Bcrctania
and Aula streets, whon ho was struck
by nn automobile driven by Paul Boycr.
According to witnesses, tlie child wns
crossing tho streot with a load of wood
on his shoulder, and on account of tho
bundle of wood was unablo to see tho'
automobile, which wns rapidly boaring
down upon him, going towards tho city.
s n rosult he was thrown to tho
and sovorely cut about tho faeo
and head,
Beyer picked up tho child and drovo
him to tho Koboyashi Hospital, whero
lie is reported as resting well nnd out
of danger. According to Motorcyclo
Policeman Abrcu, Beyer was unablo
to stop Ilia car until ho had gono about
thirty-Ave feet past tho spot whero tho
accident occurred. Ho wns not arrested.
1ITEH0USEIS PAT
ON JOB AFTER ACCIDENT
BccAuio tho roar wheels of hu ma
chine refused to leave tlio cur track
In (lino. City Knginoer WJiltuliouae'it
unto wus Tim into by li Jtllpld Transit
cur lit Mollllll, Wednesday evening,
Tim cur nun n rcur leiiuer suiusuvu,
but both It nnd tho city engineer wvru
mt on tnoir Join unriy yMiaruuy morn-
.I,. .. in.
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