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25. Special to The Advertiser)
That the 8ervlau3 are mounting
moro guns In their forts at
Bolgrado, is stated in a message
here today from Semlln, across
the river from the Servian capi.
taL All soldiers that can bo
spared) from Monaatir and
are being recalled to Belgrade.
NEAKLY HOPELESS OF PEACE.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telccrarh.)
BERLIN, November 25. Special to
The Advertiser) Eolations between
Austria-Hungary and Servia aro so
strained that political circles in Vienna
have abandoned hope of the preservation
of peaco, according to the Neuo
Goselischaftilicho correspondent, -who
says he has the information from a diplomatic
Despite official Austrian denials of
the reported mobilization of the
army, the correspondent
mobilized already. Austrian reservists
continue to bo called out in largo numbers.
The Austrian government, it is asserted,
is resolved not to await tho return
of tho Servian army operating
against the Turkish troops, and an ultimatum
to Servia may bo expected in a
The situation has become more acuto
through tho changed attitude of Russia,
Sergius Sazanoft", Russian foreign
minister, after having declared suitable
as a basis for further negotiations
tno Austrian proposal 01 guaranteeing
Servia a free port on the Adriatic Sea
and a Servian Railway through Albania,
but without territorial rights, has
now abandoned this stand.
Austria is now disposed to push tho
matter to a ctecision, because, if war
is inevitable, she wants to take
of her mobilization being more advanced
than that of Russia.
MOBILIZING ON FRONTIEE.
(Ity federal WIrelesj Telegraph.)
BERLIN, November 25. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) It is reported hero to-day
that Germany is mobilizing two
army corps on tho Russian frontier.
Depositors fearing hostilities are
drawing money from the banks.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Novcmbor 25.1
(By Associated Press Cable) Tho
liencu plenipotentiaries mot before
the little city of Tchatalja this
morning to begin U"0 discussion of tho
terms of peaco between tho allies nnd
Turkey. Tho danger signals r'romtho
north will undoubtedly affect tlio negotiations.
Socialists Oppose War.
BASLE, Switzerland, November 25.
(By Associated Press Cablo) At tho
international convention in session hero
the Socialists of Kuropo urge nil
of the party to resist tho horrors
of a general war. It is believed that
tho call will have great effect.
SAM G0MPERS REPORTED
TO BE SERIOUSLY SICK
(Iljr Fedfral Wlreleu Telccraph.)
ROCIIESTRR. K Vr,V kt v
25. iSpocial to Th0 Advertiser) Samuel
GoinperB, president of the American
Federation o. Labor, is seriously
a( ttum luuuv. ri rouTnnni vitit inA.....
Hia. On nrtfinltitf nf 41 lnK. i i..
wavanced ago his friends iro greatly
... .v. u , w Mo VUUUklUUi
GOES TO INSANE ASYLUM
(Ilr Federal Wlrrlesa Teletraph.)
MIM t'KKE, Wisconsin. November
(Special to The AdvertrSor) Apparently
t.d. reconciled to his fate, John
"'"""i who snot ana wounded
't UUll Willi V.H flillmlirml In.. 1...
illieuists. started Imlnv fnr riahi,u
vlere he will be confined in a hospital
.--- c vwiuumjijr lUBUUCf
GIRL WITNESS RELEASED.'
CHr Federal Wlreleai Teletraph.l
CHIl GO. WnwinW o.i!ra..ui
o llio dvertiser) Lucillo Cameron.
ii aiinneanni IiaI.i :.. idi . - ..n.
M3 against Jack Johnson, was
tuunjr i,v juugo uirpenter. The Klrl'u
laleaso was obtained by her mother,
110 pcned a bond Insnrfn,, i, .
lmrt0f h" "Khter at any
VOL VL. NO. 83
TERRITORY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1012 -SEMI WKTHfT.v
WHmLJi. NO. 3765
ffl'ICE CULLS II HESEISTSi WHERE HOSiaiTlES BETWEEN POWERSMAY BEGIN FlififlHSF
Hope of .Peace in Austria Is Almost Lost and
Army Corps Mobilization Being Rushed
Ahead of Russia.
(BY TEDEEAL WIKELESS TELEQI1AFH.
GENEVA, November 25. (Special to The Advertiser)
France, today, ordered her Army Reservists to be in readiness
to join the Colors at short notice.
All the railroads of France have been directed to assemble
cars at stiategic points.
(By Federal Wirolcss ToleeranlU
VIENNA, Austria. November
(Bj Tederal "Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON'. Jnvn.i,1,.T, ,
(Special to Tlio Advertiser)
Realizing the possibility of
pid and important developments
in tho Balkar war, tho navy do-
partinent has slightly changed
tho itinerary for tho cruisers
Tennessee and Montana, now on
tho -nay to tho Orient under Ad-
Tho vessels will bo kept in
clobo touch by cablo with tho w
department. Admiral Knight
on tho Tennessee, instead of go-
lng direct from Gibraltar to
Smyrna, has headed first for
Malta, while tho Montana,
which was destined for Boirut,
hat btartt'd lor Port Said, at tlio
entrance of tho Suez Canal,
Tho change in tho intiuerary
will muko it easier for tho
crs to replenish their coal bunk-
era. nendini? tlin Hrrirnl in thn ye
Mediterranean of tho collier
YOUNG HONOLULU COUPLE
CIVIL SERVICE FOR
WAVY YARD WORKERS
WASHTNTfiTnV Vni.in.1... on
Associated Press Cable), An
statement was made today that
tho navy department approves of tho
annlication nf tlin ivii ,.-,.: i .
all employes of tho various nay yurds.
" " 'u Biuicu mat wages under this
.!- lumig win iiui ue aiiccteu.
HURRYING BACK HOME
IRr Federal Wireleia Telerraph.)
SAN rjlANCISCO, Novembor 25.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Mr. nnd
Mrs. Honry Gilliard Smart have nrrlv.
cd in San Trancisco on their way to
..uuirnuu irum a VIBH 10 mo nomo of
-Mr. Smart's naronts in Nnrfnllr n..
glnia. They aro staying at
mout Hotel awaiting tho sailing of a
ifMmn. TrnA l.!-
arrival in Honolulu. Mrs. Smart will nt
once assume her duties as hostess at
Waimea, and the formal opening of her
i.uuiu urn uo an ovent in Hawaiian
EXPLOSION KILLS MANY.
"WATJKEGAJf, Illinois, November 25.
(By Associated Pross Cable)
TwOntv thren ti(irsnn wnro .l
.w.W M...wu uuu
snrtniiDlt. Inl.... .
Plosion which took place here today,
The dust in one of the largest mills of
jiuo my eapiooed with great Tiolenco,
Molting the walls out and killing the
: - - i aHBwKsEflljal
jt,' ni Mini ri'VHii tt :!.(. chi
'fcfiMKHR mfr'M, "wwSm
"FS DYHMIITEHS HAD I
ntw niNtn m
CRUISERS IN EAST
Planned to Destroy the City of
Los Angeles and Blow Up
Dy Federal Wirclcsi Telerraph.)
INDIANAPOLIS. Indiana. Nnvnm
ber 25. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
auorn, testimony thnt John McNumara
planned complete destruction of Los
Angeles was given by Ortio McMani
gal, today, at tho trial here of the union
men for illegally transporting dyna
mito. McMntiigal'B retail to tlio ttnnd
Ho also said that-McNamara planned
to dynamite all non-union jobs at the
'Bum the city of Los Angeles oft
tho map," McManiga! nllcged McNn
nmra told him. "Muko it n landmark
like San Vrnnninun ....... ..- ..
... ii , r. uo "au unci ino
-- "iwauiuru linu
...- ----- "?" a.uu nttorjievs ior
tlio defeUBO todny denouncod tho artiplo
uv .Marv Ticlila in ti, ti.i.t . I
- " " "v
. ,r. 'iiuguniuna
..B...-, ,.,..u(1 uuugu nuerson
V,'vli. """ '" cuuiempt or court. Tho
defendants. h ..:.i i .
. ;-- "7 sum. iiau no
connection with tlio article and were
nui. m uyjlinawiy With it.
So far Mrs. Hockin has been unable
to raise the $10,000 additional bond required
for her liusLand, H. S. Hockin,
present secretary-treasurer of the
orrranip.ntlnn ,i. ,..
t aCUj y ot MarshaJ Schmidt by
---i.- ""-'", uucauso tno evidence
SO lar auUUCPll nlinnrA.l .
-.- wi not
to be trusted.
of crime was that
my mind wm
hy the minds of others, men
"""" and H. S. Hockin.
I did not do it for money. I was Informed
that wn liiul n.,...ii,i i- ,.
"' B l wm
and nothing to lose."
uus Has tno lirst nnswer made this
afternoon by Ortio McMnnljml to a
question propounded by Senator Kern,
of Indianapolis, of counsel for the
in opening the cross oxaminu
tiou of the self-confessed dynamiter.
Otie's roply was made to tho following
"What uaa ihn mnii... i.4 i.,
... ..- ...v ...ul..,u ,.,1., iuu yuu
to engage In tho business of destroying
property f was it tlio
received!" ' '
Tho direct oxamiiintion of
u. ueu jouny Mith his testimony,
which led Win np to the time of his
arrest by Burns' operatives
Before tlio cliroct exnuii'imtlou of
McManigal onded ho testified that
John McNamara planned to som him
' njiuiiiu, muro 10 locoto a f'Glcrn
went magazine, toal tho dnainlte and
olow up tlio canal locks.
MoNamnrn toM Mm rwn,. ,...-.i i-
fnrry out thla work, ven it ho found
it nei'cdsary to enlist as a eoJJjer.
- va -r: iji run A Ntw
- .. --
BELGHADE, OBJECTIVE OF AUSTRIA'S DANUBE FLEET
Above A general Uow of the Servian capltnl. On loft Street sccuo
taDaaaaaHBkBL.JoH KKSiSi?JM5V' yiSBaWaflSffiJIl
ndlt of Sir nnrrn 11, .(1- M-.,
Wilson and her daughters, hoviecr, ac'
Wil.nn li.... nMA ., t
vitation to attend an amateur
on inursday as tlin
guest of Sir flcorpo and Lndv Hutler.
It is to Le a hg social affair, In referring
to tho invitation. Governor Wil.
in uiu; -i am not nam unongh to
nt in tho first row, but 1 am' going
10 INSOHCEITS GO
(Il Tederal Wlrcltn Tdrgraiih,)
PHILADIILPIUA, November 25.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Dr, Anna
Howard Shaw wns tmbiv r.v,.r.. 1, ..!,,, i.,,.
ly reelected proslilont of tho National
Suffrage Association. Tho insurgent
candidate, Laura Clay, o( Kentucky
reo'ived only twenty otes.
INTO YAGHTIWG LIGHT
'I)y I, dual Wirici T. h groi.li )
1,03 ANGI'LEW. o., 1 , rn
fflprrml to The Advrrtn. r, los An
geJcs will 1 reprinted Btrnmet iSir
Ihoinai I.iplon m I lie proposed Interim
tionwl yii lit race during the Hun jm,
ADMIRAL VON TIRPITZ,
"Who has boon tho Kaisor's right hand man
in building up tho new German
NOT ME TO 51 i
(Iljr Federal Wlrcleaa TelcgraDli )
HAMILTON, JSermiidn, November
y. (Sjietinl to Tho Adertisir)
l',.,..l..... ..!... !,.,. ...
i , , , ' ' uoiukhi uici l ll lisim EUUarol tCMIIt'
mlm" to LoVAng,0 Tfi2 t '?'"," "" ,'Ut"(K "f imUt"m
diOeront parts of the city and dynamite ' '0l' C01M Mm to '1m i
' """" i" ". " run n mo nrnaio
OHTH TIES SENATE
Control Lost to
Is Relieved Funeral
Mli IVilnral TVcraph 1
WASHINGTON, November -,.
(Siec'.l to The Ailveitiser) Senator
rsnloro Hnjncrj of Miirylmul, died at
his Washington homo hero today. He
had been ill for nooks with neuritis.
Tho funeral nil! bo held here on
Tho honorary pulllicarers will b n
committee from tho sunato and house.
Tlio funeral ceremony will be conducted
by Chaplain Pierce, of the benuto,
and interment will follow In Hock Creek
Senator Ha tier's death channel ihu
I control of tlio IIIh oto givo
I the Hemocrats or one over
1 u majority.
A, B. Goldsboroiigh', a Jtopublkati, Is
Uotvruor of Maryland, and It is bcllov.
ed ho will appoint William P, Juokwu
Kill nor 's siiccenKor,
TWO DAYS' BATTLE
FOUGHT IN MONGOLIA
fur iedfral VVirnIuu l..l.....il,
'life 'AM J, Soveinlii i ijmiul
ro 'J he AJvirllMLi) ill i i , , fcuv
iriiment trui . n hr I m . u j i,i i ,
ionl Mniiiliaii ..1,1m, ii, ,i, ,
lilmsbotul, Mun(,ola, uii,r . n,u
Biiuyiiin iu a 1 tin, .Hbji , .
flit, Ihuayo Jjiilf nii, mds)
Governor Frcar Tells Members
of Men's League of Short
COMMITTEE IS AUTHORIZED
Enthusiactic Meeting Hears of
Good Wo"rk Done and to
1iii1rii. .. .... !... ... . . -
,.........K , iiiiniciipoiy iiucrcstcil
iimlienco of some 200 members of tho
Men's Lenguo of tho ' Central Union
Church, nt its fifth nnminl nieeling,
Inst night, at which John It. (Halt presided,
Governor Prear gave a masterly
exposition of his ideas on tho subject
of securing a now charter for Honolulu,
declaring that in his opinion tho
question of another charter and tho
commission form of government aro
II. Gooding Field strongly endorsed
the commission' plan (as proposed by
tho Governor, and Wallace It. Purring,
ton and W. T. Hawlins i short
also favored it.
Tno scons of business and
mon pruscnt nnnounied tkoir
siiiport of thu plan bv authorizing
Judgo Whitney, the new chairman
bf tho league, to appoint -a committee,
of which ho
should bo a member,
to attend a mass meeting to bo
arranged foi by a special comnntteo of;
the chle federation at which tho
of a now charter embodying tlio
commission form of government will bo
discussed and comniltteo appointed to
start a campaign of education.
Th0 men 's. lenguo also .Welded to hoid
n series of tlio convening
of tho lcgislnttiro to pjuti for
legislation along specific lilies, to
aid in ci eating public sentiment in favor
of Biich measures and in securing
their passage V tho lcgislntiire.
Short Ballot System.
In beginning his addross, Governor
1 rear said that tho niinin. pnm,.n..i,...
goveinment" is a misnnmnr. nlAii.
y hoio, where it represents tho bug.
bear of n cm. m, !..;. ... , .."
, o.un uv mo
federal gov ernmoi.t. Tim ,,a,0
when Galveston, Texas, after its
great Hood, ndnntnl .. n.,,,,,i. ........ r
- . -- --- .- u.iiiii,3Diuu iurni
oi goNcrniiieiit, where nt fiist tho
wero named by the fetate.
tho. lollouing tho flro ,lt Chelsea
Hon. had nn ?:':' ."l0
but h. too. ci7'. " r ?.un,n?.
I .' ' o-" m un oiectiva
CO iiiniss on, and. now no one in advo"
cat tig this form of government
or thinks in any other light 0f it than
an elective commission.
Tho Gnvfirnni um.1 ,i.... j..
Itriuirinir on fn.i.w 7 . .. "f. "?m
u;.,i,5iou govermnonl, & ' ho
prove a preventive
"t that unpopular form with which tho
utj would bo threatened us long a
its present inndeuuatn rltv. ....a .,.......
, . -.-. "n. I.UUUIV
.. Kuvviiiiuent exists.
II "Tho Short Italic . . . .,
now nu.no for tl.i, turw of government
',r0lcl uch wonderful re-suits,"
ul snia the Uovornor.
"its adoption on tho mainland aav.
ors of nn ,mia.,...i i .,. . i ....
i .. j",."..j uiin inu last 1st
dcr"il' "5 Cit'CS ar ul,urali"rf un-
Tho speaker said that Taft,
volt and Wilson
hud all docnrcd in
lavor of It fm.i ,innn.i .i... -....
fciiyiinr that. "Hm ui.o.t i...m. ......
is the key to tho restoration of
nt iitn.t 1... tt... ....... .. r
-""-"' "y mu peopio."
Undor this form of government,
built its great sea wall, mado
i number of entensivo public
and yet cut down its tax rate
ono third. T).u i i... .i .
under the short ballot reduced its run-
...g expense sib l,U00, notwithstanding
nbol Ishlng its red light district.
hon Doctor L'liot, us a member of
a commission nnnin.l in i.,, .. .i.... ... .. .
s.vstem went to Houton, Texas, he was
") "u gfeai miniluT of improvements
recently completed or un.
dor wuv. lfn mkn.i it i....i .
ng i.siiod o cover tlio oxponso and was
iMiuimuu tiiuL un inn nnntvnrii ii.
wiiH iiftvitur ntr ii, i i . r '. . . v
"" vw'"p "" im iniuiiuu iiniiMii
nil ii iiiii
to fill the vncuncy until tho Maryland Irlsd m,',!', X??Tn in'
.e,Ulaturo IBMta in January ia fa Jrin1 'f
lliun." ho a.ko.1, '
.... "No got n dollar's worth f iuiiur
ami material for n dollur," was dig
ResnoiiBllllllty and Power.
"Tim fsHtiiro o ilg short bullut
WW)NUUI IMMIHrillilit Ud
MHd mlllitftiliu at h. v,r,"
lliu luiiiiiiiiwiouim uud 'il.a i,.,.....
am ihu unly eltMilhn ultU'urn 'lliu
iiiir hu ii u ilifluiillvu
ulllj mli. uo buu.l r Ihu iuiiiiii..in
mid inn, in, h,i , i v,i ji,w tvUl
lllkll,lll,l. 1 llu, li v l l Un y I. jr.l
nt diruituu i h liium, i, , u,, ,n.,,
"f UlU llj 1,1,1 V III ,11, t,,MV u, , ,
. ulive ,i ,,,
a.,t 'li mi 1. 1 Ui.1 .1 , , ,,,M,J..i.
(Ou)lUyit VU 'gtf ft,uj)