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IN BIG SEA
Turkish Squadron Driven Back
in Disorder to Straits
THREATEN TO RESUME WAR
Answer by Turkey to Joint Note
of Ambassadors Reported
(By Federal Telegraph Wireless)
ATHENS, January 18.
cial to Tlie Advortisor) Another
8O.1 flglU betweeq tho Greek and
Turkish fleets occurred today,
about thirty miles to the south of
the entrance to tho Dardanelles.
Tho Greek war vessels attacked
tho Turkish srniadron and forced
tlio Ottoman warships to return
to tho Dardanelles Straits In
Tho Turkish flagship is said to
havo suffered considerably.
LONDON, January 18. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tho Ottoman government's
reply, to tho noto of tho Euro, at
pcan Powers, which was presented to
tho Porto by tho ambassadors at Constantinople
yesterday, was a refusal to
yield tho fortress of Adrianoplo and
tho adjoining torrltory to tho Balkan
Allies, according to a private dispatch
received In London this afternoon from
tho Turkish capital.
Tho reply, It Is understood from the
same sourco of Information, will bo
conciliatory to tho points in dlsputo
and will Intimate Turkey's readiness
to resume peace negotiations In London
on this basis.
It is expected that tho roply will bo
delivered on Monday, when tho noto
of tho Powers will bo at tho samo tlmo
Issued broadcast at Constantinople for
tho Information of the public.
Tho delegates In London of tho Balkan
Allies say that If this forecast of
trio Turkish roply is confirmed by
ovents it :nons a resumption of tho
IV.nOUrtees tho Powers.
LONDON, January 18. (By Assoc! '
n,i i,m' rni.in tn
Anzim Pasha, ambassador to Germany
lrom Constantinople, today itsucd a
statement in which bo denounced the
Great Powers for having "favored tho
Allies to tho exclusion of justice " He
adds that tlio sympathy which tho
Powers havo shown tho Allies lias done
moro than anything elso to keep tho
war with Turkey alive.
NEW YOHK, Jnnunry 10. (By Associated
Press Cable) President Tnft
was tho guest of honor at tlio annual
banquet of the Ohio Society hold hero
last evening and was tho principal
speaker, his address being ono
tical in character and dealing with tho
present conditions nnd tho indications j
of Democratic legislation. I
In tho course of his address tho President
dealt with the proposed Democratic
policy of independence for tho
Philippines within eight years, and stated
his emphatic opposition to any
such action as would tend to create
falso hopes in a small clirpjo of
men among tho Filipinos, or
lledgo tho United States to a policy it
might find impossible to carry out satisfactorily.
(Tly Federal Wireless TclfErih.)
NEW YOHK, January 18. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Although she is
one of tho richest women in America,
Helen Miller Gould will confine tho expense
of her wedding trousseau to
within $1000. The latter figure was
that set by Miulelino Force, now the
widow of Col. John Jacob Astor, when
she was married, and it was n shock to
J ourth avenue modistes. Many wealthy
brides have spent ten or twenty times
When Miss Gould marries Finley J.
Sliepard nt her homo in Tnrrytowu next
Wednesday, sho will bo gowned in ivory
white with satin and trimming
and with u court train nnd a
Miss Gould ' favorite colors nro
purple nnd grey find most of her trousseau
it made up in these colors.
. ... , .....
flly V"Mrl Wlrritis Trifimi'li.)
SAN l'JIANCISG'O. January IS.
(Special to The .Sdvortlur) Word wn
received in thin city today of the tragi
loath of JMtMtrd Tredmll, win of
JnuiMn Treiidui'll, well known mining
mnn, li v an at the IIuunmm
King Mine, near Trlulty CeuUr, Trinity
Willi him Ht til tlm -it the
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1913. -SEMI - WEIIKLY.
lirt( M (lie Mine oipftiffl, lnt hnrit to
i r rimrlcrit rirrpt for .r the tho rnllnted innngmnl bands. Tho Lucas Brothers Will Build National Guard's Home
mmmlltrc i for the miiftte for tlio
imrmlc, nnlraii marching eltilx itml eirle
orgiiniMtnm pny their own hills.
Tlio only source of retemio now left
for the inaugural committee, It was
today, nre tho sale of rents in
tlio reviewing stands and Miblctling of
program, lunch stands nnd other concessions.
Inaugural committee members said
todiiy tlmt no definite plans would be
tunppod out until tlio confcrcnco on
GOVERNOR FORBES BACK.
Great Crowds Turn Out in Manila to
Welcomo Chief Executive of
(fir 1'rclrrnl WlrHcun Tflcgrnph.)
MANILA, Jnnuary 18. (Special to
Tlio Advertiser) Governor General
William Cameron Forbes received a
great ovation when ho returned today.
A parado of marines, which was formed
in his honor, attracted great crowds
and n number of receptions wcro hold.
Tho Governor General hnd been absent
sinco March last yenr on n vacation
in tho United States, wlioro ho
went to recover his health. Ho was on
tlio vorgo of physical collnpso whon he
left tho Philippines, but declared today
that lip was quito recovered.
SAYS LARGE FORCE TO
PROTECT CANAL NEEDED
WASHINGTON, Jnnunry 18. (Ily
Associated Press Cable to Star-Hulle
tin) Colonel Oocthals, of the
work that is being done on the Panama
Canal, today told congress that at least
25,000 men are needed ns a garrison
for tho Panama Canal Zone after the
big ditch has been completed ami ready
for service. Tho colonel pointed out
tlio need of policing tho Zone, even in
peace times, mid the necessity of providing
men enough to mnn the big guns
either rnd of tlio Cnnnl nnd the long
lino which will be exposed.
"DEACON" WHITE DEAD.
NEW YORK, January 18. (By Associated
Tress Cnblo to Star-Bulletin)
Stephen Vnn Cullen White, nleknnmed
"Deacon" White, treasurer of Henry
Ward Hecchcr'n church for years nnil
Inter known to bo n famous speculator
nnd stock gambler, died here today.
(By Federal Telegraph Wireless)
BEUAST, January 18.
cial to Tho Advortisor) Bloting,
which started after the passing
in tho British House of Commons
of tho Home Bulo Bill, continued
hero today. Jeering crowds pa-
raded tho streets, firing blank
cartridges and voicing threats.
The accidental shooting of several
persons showed that some of tho
revolvers carried real bullets.
(By Federnl Wirolcss Telegraph.)
ST. PAUL, Minnesota, Jnnuary
18. (Special to Tho Advortiser)
In n fast wrestling match hero
tonight Stnn'iBlnus Zbysavo easily
won from Holler, tho Northwestern
wrestler, in two straight falls. Tho
first lnsted twenty minutes nnd
tll0 secomi thirty-one minutes.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YOHK, January 18.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tom
O'ltourko insisted today that Jack
Johnson would bo permitted to
journey to Paris to meet AI
zcr on Juno 25, right nftcr tlio
running of tho Grand Prix.
O'ltourko exhibited a tolegrnm
from tho negro baying that all his
f troubles with tho law will soon
b0 smoothed out nnd ho will keep
tho Paris date. Johnson will get a
gunruutco of $25,000..
STRIKE PARTLY SETTLED.
Twenty-five Thousand! Dressmakers to
Return to Work on Monday:
(Tlr Fcileril Wirclm T(!ftrph 1
NEW VOItK, January 18. (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) Ono section of tho
great garment workers' strike was set
tied niuicnbly todny when the employes
of tlio waist nnd dress limiting companies
cauiu to nn agreement whereby
25,000 workers will return to tho
Tho strikers woro granted their
for general increases In wages
nu a sliding scale, better hours mid lire
Tho munufnctiireri in tho nttoclatlon
that ngrcwl to tho ternn control about
per cent of the waist mid
drcM making concerns which were u
ftwtoj by the ntnke.
UASTR0 REFUSED BAIL,
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I! TIE AUTO
FROM HIS HONOR
Expose of Prison Labor Graft
Has Turned Attention to
Some Private Snaps.
(From Sunday Advertiser)
As a result of The Advertiser's expose
ot the manner in which
Jay Fern, mayor of Honolulu,
has been able to provido himself with
a corps of servants for tho past
n!nl.l.An 1n iinlnn nl onnnrtl to
lrom the county jail, it is likely that
a will be introduced at tlio
nnxt meeting of tho suncrvisbrs. for-
bidding tho use of prisoners for any-
thing but city worn, ana specuyingi
tho labor they shall be permitted to
The Honorable Jay Fern has not a,
ciTinin niuimiriHi i ii niu liiiuiit
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lur an ctui in is ito
hewers of wood and drawers of wator
for his own special benefit. In fact,
it was hinted yesterday that ns one
of the Honornblei Jay's private snaps
had been exposed, it would bo in the of
interests of economy to save tho city
something like $1000 n year by doing
away with the mayor's automobile and
it is possiblo thnt either this will bo
dono, or else tho macliino may bo turn-
ed over lor the use ot tho road com-
mitteo, members of which would uso
it in superintending tho work on tlio
city's streets, nnd not in riding back
and forth lrom their homos nnd from
the city hnll to the Union Grill. Tho
members of the rond committco who
would use the macliino aro capable of i
ng it themselves, and mere wo.Ud.
bo no need of continuity "fathcr"s
son i" on tlio payroll nt $j0 a month
It is pointed out thnt the Governor!
of the Territory has fnr moro official
busincs to attend to than tho Honor
able Jay Fern hm, or over will hac,
nnil yet Mr. Frear bought his
machine, pays for its maintenance, mi I
he drives it lumselt. I
Supervisor Pacheco, who has been a
sourco of much comfort to the
nhle Jay Kern recently, by listenii,,'
to the latter 's speeches beforo the
board, and pretending to underttnnd
tliein, has abandoned tho rolo of com-
lcrlcr sinco bearing of the manner in
which the mayor was ablo to boast of
fifteen yurdboys at the cot of u fow
tacks of tobacco.
"Tho Advertiser did a good thing
whou it exposed tlio privato snap
which the mayor wns enjoying," said
Pacheco jestcrday. "Tlioro have been
too many of thcee snaps in the past,
nnd it Is tlmo to put a stop to them.
Tho mayor cannot excuse, himself on
tlio ground of ignorance, for ho has
been in nlllco a long tlmo mid certain.
ly thould know that ho wiu nut doing
the right (hiiig, .1 vi t because a thing
wan done beforo iIoch not mnku it
"1 hnvo hninl that tho mayor is not
tno amy ono wltu lin uliimeil liH
poitluii in thin retpoct, nml that
High bliwilil Henry )m worlunl territorial
prhonurn on hi ninth at ill Herein
"I thluk JhIIit Atcli wnt oiimwluit
to lil.uim fur letting tlio iniiyur luive
iiik piiHmiw, nmtuiucli nu iiu siioum
know that tlii uiiivor hui no uutLinlty
uvvr ttuybudy but thu lumnUr of the
lmj uimI tli it Jultur of tb whunU.
"Tliu uriutucra lumU tut Im
Ui wurk fur suy pilvU
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in nily i mid lr Mr work, ll U
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ARCHITECTS REVISE SKETCH OF PROPOSED ARMORY.
LUCAS BROTHERS LAND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WITH A '
BID Ul- 3yj,.tt$ AU I UAL
(From Sunday Advertiser)
Three bids for the building of the
National Guard of Hawaii armory were
opened yesterday morning, the Honolulu as
Planing Mill Company, of which J.
Lucas is manager, being tho lowest bidder in
with a tonucr of $03,353. The bid
Spalding Construction Company was
$102,0S3 nnd of the Lord-Young Construction
Company ,,105,200. The contract
will bo signed up with the Lucas
company nnd construction may bo under
way within six weeks.
Tho appropriation for tho armory is I
$uo,000. Tho part not taken up for
tho building contract will be devoted a
the payment of tho architects, Rip
ley & Davis, for their plans, their fees
uuu ur nuporvwion.
NO INDORSING FOR
niCTDlPT iTTnoMrv'110' bo recommended becauso h.o
Al lUnNtl I pened to bo a Democrat. Then, on tho
rrom Saturaay Advertiser.
Xn mnmmmMln. ..,.. . tr !lli !.
vacancy in tho district attorneyship for
the Territory of Hawaii, caused by tho
resignation of R. W. Breckons, will bo
mnde by tho bar association. A voto
twenty to seventeen at yesterday's
spoeial meeting showed opposition to
such action on tho ground that it in- to
volvcd tho association in a political
question. It wns shown that the con-
stitution directly bears upon tho
tion of politics, tho association being it
given no leeway whero a question of
'partisanship is involved.
'Tho meeting was not without its
works nnd sharp roparteo, but it wns n
harmonious meeting nnd ended with tho
feeling that the motion of Judge Wil-
der, which wns in opposition to tho
association recommending any ono,
Democrat or Republican, for tho office,
was a proper one, based entirely upon
tho wording of tho constitution of the
Onlv ono nnmo was mentioned
Jug the arguments pro nnd con on tho
motion, nnd that was James h. UoKO,
Democratic who is nlso a
candidato for tho position which will
bo vacated by Mr. Breckons on
Tho meeting was held in tho office of
A. L. C. Atkinson, the Bull Mooso rep-
rosentntivo of Colonel Roosevelt in Ha-
waii who at ono time suggested that
the best way out of tho difficulty vis
to nominate a Bull Mooso nnd be done
To Tako No Action.
Tudgo Wilder moved thnt tho bar
nitociatiou tuko no action on tho ques
tion of thu district attorneyship, basing
tho motion on tho interpretntion of tho
couttitutlon thnt n recommendation
would Iiu political und partisan. Having
no doubt that n Democrat only
would bo recommended mid that would
bo distinctly iioliticnl, Judgo Wilder
moved his motion which was seconded
und then dobnted,
Gi'ori'o A. Davis thought such n motion
wns iilnmrd. "Bupnoso tlio ltd-
iiiinintrtitioii in Washington sends u
rnsciil down here," warned Judgo
invu in his best stylo,
"then what! Why, in California tlioy
onilomi tlieno people, thcto cmlortu tlio
ItnlKiv tlicri' noil "
"Oh. no.' thoy don't," rotortl At
"It U ull Hilltlc," nld DiivU.
"While- wo urti fouling hum about n
)ou inwy im getting u noiy
lariur doHii hwro from the iumIhIhiiiI
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M HIIUlbiT ut till
AHutue) llrriMu full tksl m lb
liMtii luliuli Imd lk ritfkl to Mil MM'
grr lu mh,Imi iliiwn ut tun Tr-
rilur lim hMuimiinii imil lUv rUM lu
rviwn ii iiiil id iiiiiu fur ik Jab
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H1 '', wvill ! 'uwnilltW. Al
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WUHK 10 UUMIYIENCE IN
Colonel Jones, of
the guard, wns pleased with the result,
tho figures are under the annromia
tion, thus involving no further delay
commencing tho work.
"As .- result of tho f"ct that bids i
were advertised for," said Colonel '
Jones, "there is renewed interest in
tho gunrd. A number of young men
have notified mo that they stand ready
to enlist now that they are assured of
an armory that will bo n Teal armory.
am certain that tho reorganization
of tho guard will now be carried on in
very harmonious manner and thnt tho
First Regiment will becomo a factor in
tho military defenso of tho Islands that
will bo a credit to tho Territory."
senseless to say that Jim Coko could
,o, o-, -i) .i:. u
o..iu HiKUintubi J1U LUU1U
recommended, and by that token,
nobody at all. Ho '
uu ui uii. aiu felt, iM'.iniiiiiiu v.
Int A'. ..::- -..... i.Jj'i:i,,'ii.t .. . ...... (A .
recommend Jim Coke, lawyer and
ber of the association.
Lorrin Andrews differed with tho
chairman ns to the question of politics
and agreed with Judgo Weaver. Ho
believed it would bo a serious matter
stop down from tho position of
calm unpartisanship. The district at-
tornoy was an appointee, of tho admin-
istrntion. to carry out itB policies, nnd
was thoroforo a political position.
D. L. Withington asked: "Who is
the district nttornoyT R. W. Breckons t
Who is he? A Republican. Why is ho
resigning? Becauso ho is a Republican,
Why nro wo called hero today! Bo-
cnuso a Democratic candidato for
Breckons' position nskod for tho meet-
Tho following new members woro
voted in: J. II. Russell, R. P. Qunrles,
f. Lono Heon. Noa Alul J. F.
Schnack and L. P- Scott,
MU i .
MaSCOtO, With HlS Face BlOWn
Away, Will Live to Face I
Trial for Deeds.
MONEY TROUBLE SUGGESTED
Wife Refused to Advance Spend
Ing AllowanceQuarrel Be
fore Shooting Due to This,
(From feuiiilny .VlwrlUer)
Ifm.l nlivi. tliMuul, ll.u nl.rLI by thu
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fw r . utm
iitrU. ha iMtsrdBy uf
iruiMiii in mvt mi wllt umum
fur life, iii iiij t Iiu fl tkl Ulf
uf kj tt bUwa mnuy. UuUm
IIUMN iMilMMiiiuf I or uui ulliW miiiiiiII
w4 lu ib ium will l)v ta
luce nu illil) mini tur ki LurrikUi
'Iiu. ulipuimriliniil ul (Ii liiMtvl '
u,4f ivu )wia iutr.i ii. m
, wkU'k uiuu lu ! uf kit
ilaMlli would lint livi.u (Wad UI4UI
lUil 4 llli'ili; will Iiu I U
(ul lu ttuik Ik iiui In
Ml lV I'Wr Willi rfllMM I'itl I'lvt.Mtf
Im Ik il.il ! M' i bill
fl lllki ik$ uu VMf
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MnHlfl lu Ml1
11 i IMlHil II if lt4
U Ulmtit .UlllU
mmCc i" t!, fir't w u
secured, fact" in their hands at
indicating thnt if the wife-murder wns
jmpulsivcly executed, it was deliberately
Tho investigation nt present is hinging
around the hunt for a motive. At
iiiuBuuiLuu principal one oucrod to tno
poneo is Practically
of' J? "ZZ Sn""' ', fio support
mo nioiner, us tno lather's earning
capacity, while said to bo moderately
largo nt times, did not mean much sup-
lion, ins money, according to Ills sis-
and his mother-in-law, Mrs,
N;oves, flowed into chnnncls more congenial
to his own tastes. Ho did not
havo even enough to make himself
prcsentnblo, they say, and was continually
borrowing from all of them.
Several 'days beforo the shooting ho
asked his wifo how much money sho
had in the bank. Sho refused to tell
him, stating that it was for tho support
of the children and wns hers, nnd
that sho wanted to know where it was
when sho wanted it. Then ho demanded
that sho give him the bank book
and her refusal to do this led to a
Mho most recent evidence of hard-
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f i i
nftC1, "'oir prevous jl5renc89 wero
pntchod up and thoy wero once more
,ivi together nftor a cparation of
over a month Mrs. jiascoto owned n
buggy nnd used a horse owned by her
sister, Mrs. Neves to get to nnd from
tho little schoolh'ouso, a milo or so
back into Kalllii Valley,
Thursday Mrs. Mascoto and Mrs.
Noves, who has been an invalid since?
tho first of thn venr drnvn dnwntnwTi
to tho doctor. Upon their return, Mas-
coto ordered his wife to send tho horse;
to its owner nlthoiich it was al-
wnvs pastured on tho school grounds,
This led to other warm words and tho
week's armistice commenced to, strnin
then. Tho police, from this and other
reports, believe that bad feeling
cd between Mascoto nnd his wife's
family and thnt this did not lead tho
present murderer to anv more gentle?
humor where his wifo was concerned.
,V0N MEYER "TWINS"
GUESTS AT ANNAPOLIS
'Ht Fedprnl Wireless TeleeTaph.)
WASHINGTON, January 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho Misses
Alvi nnd Julia von Meyer, dnughtcrs
of tho Secretnry of tho Navy and Mrs.
von Meyer, hnvo gone to Annapolis
with Miss Esthor Cleveland, to bo tho
guests for tho week-end of
tondent of tho Naval Academy and
Mrs. John II, Gibbons, who g'avo a
largo- dinner party in their honor.
Tho party later attended a. family
dnnco given by tho officer of tho
mill "I... irnn Al.il.n alu.Ar.. n.. nflnn
taken 'for twin's, 'ns thoy dross nliko
and resemble each other to u remnrk
nblo drgreo. Thoy nro decidedly
American in everything except dress,
their uppnrel being of extreme European
effect. Tho von Meyer girls also-grow
wratlifiil when tho "von" is left
off their names.
Judge Charles T, Clcmoiis of tlio
Hnltod Stnte district court was a caller
nt the tjucon's Hospital yestorduy
mid loft n bouquet of beautiful
for the patients lu Word 22,
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