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VOL. VL, NO. 100 HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 103.SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO. 3782
S3S9
REVOLUTIONISTS SEIZE CONSTANTINOPLE;
NAZIM PASliA ASSASSINATED BY FANATIC
Turkish War Party Now
in Control of the
Capital.
Check Is Called to the
Powers and Peace
Efforts.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
VIENNA, January 33. (Special
to The AUvertlsor) "Unofficial
patches rocelved hore tonight
from Constantinople say that a
revolution has broken out In that
city.
Tho dispatch says that 2000
Turks, furious at? tho
He tion to cede Adrinnople to the Al-
lies, have seized control of tho
eminent
NAZIM PASHA ASSASSINATED
CONSTANTINOPLE, January
24. (By Associated Pres3 Cable)
Nozim Pasha,
chief of the army of Tchatalja,
-was shot and Instantly killed hero
late yesterday by a fanatic, Tho
shooting occurred during the dem.
onstratlon following tho
tlon of the 'old cabinet demanded
by tho war party among tho Turks
of tho capital.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph:)
LONDON, January 23. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tho immediate consequences
of tho decision of tlto Turkish
grand council to conclude peaco
with tho Balkan Allies will bo tho cessation
of hostilities botweon Greece
and Turkey and tho. surrender of tho
Turkish fortresses of Adrianoplo,
and Scutari.
Atall three fortresses the Turkish
garrisons will withdraw with tho honors
of war.
Difficulties may arise concerning tho
fate of Scutari, as no one knows to
whom t is to bo surrendered, whethor
to tho Montenegrins, to a provisional
Albanian government, or to tho representatives
of tho Ppwcrs.
King Nicholas of Montenegro insists
that ho must enter Scutari at tho
iead of his troops, otherwise, he says,
tho dynasty of his family in Montenegro
is doomed, as ho, contrary to tho
advice of his generals, refused to try to
take Scutari by storm at tho beginning
of tho war, in order to avoid certain
heavy losses which his smallr army
would have suffered.
He preferred tho temporizing policy
of laying slego to the fortress, and
should Scutari, for this reason, bo lost
to tho Montenegrins, he alone will be
considered responsible.
Tho members of tho Turkish peace
delegation1 in London show signs of
depression, but they are determined
that tho period of concessions must bo
regarded as finally closed.
Thoy say- they aro convinced that
tho Powers will support them in rejecting
demands of tho Allies for any war
indemnity.
k fears of a resumption of tho war
having been removed, tho Allies aro
-now planning the withdrawal of large an
bodies of troops at a near dato.
Tho delegates in London however,
think that a month may pass beforo tho
final signatures aro put to tho peaco
treaty, as the settlement of exact frontiers,
the questions of indemnity, and
tho guarantees in regard to mosques
anu sacred places of Adrianople will
hayo to bo arranged.
Agree to Demobilize.
BUDAPEST, lluugnry, January 23.
(llv Associated Press Cable to Star-Bulletin)
It lias beon learned from
uuollicial sources tliat Itussla aud Austria
Jrtvo at Inst reached an agreement
regarding tho boundary of Albania aud
that nil danger ot frletfon between tho
two countries lins passed.
In confirmation of this It was an.
nounccil today from "Vlonnn. that tho
demobilization "1 the nrmy corps held
perilling iIeeIopinent would begin
Similar news comes from
Ht. PetcHburg aud Moscow,
f
nil
1'UACTIOAL COOPEJIATION
BY BUBINEnSMBN AflKED,
(in bulialf of the Men uml
I'uiwuril Mfivniniint wo
evrnmlly rfi)m't Did liu'ineti.
iui of ilia liy to allow tlilr
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in iwt uivir uiuivi hi iuui
Uilrly o'lk lilny, Moiidu
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li iiiilit uitil llabliti Hi'
Hltjlwi.
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KING NICHOLAS OF MONTENEaBO,
Who demands tho surrender of Scutari to savo his throno to his dynasty.
FATAL ACCIDENTS
EVOLVE FROM AIR
(By Federal Wlreleei Telegraph.)
UUIiLIM, January 23. (Special to
The Advertiser) Lieut. Otto Bchlegct,
nrmy aviator, fell near Kurcmburg,
Prussia, today and was instantly killed.
His companion, Lieut, von Schct,
was fatally injured.
-' Monoplanlst Will Die.
(lly Fedeml Wlreteu Telegraph.)
PAKIS, January 23. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Charles Magaulard, a
uiouoplauist, was fatally injured at
IthoiuiH tpdny. His mucbiuo turned
turtle and plunged to earth from a
height of 210 icet.
CONTROLS ALL RATES.
Testimony Bofore Shipping Committee
Discloses a Or oat Trust In
Ocean Freights.
Illr federal Wirrleta Trlerraph.)
WASHINQTON, January 23.
to Tho Advcrtlicr) I'as Franklin,
vlco president of tho Intvriintionnl
Marino, told tho house shipping
truttcoinmittua today that prctlcally
lines to Kuropo from Aiiiorlcuii parti,
from lo Uulveitan, oporutuu
undir tli Weithouroo North Atlantic
Confurvncp, whlrli agreed upon
rates and conditions of service.
Hit corporation, Mr. 1'rauklin I cull -Acs,
(ontrolUd mure limn 1,(X)D,000 ton
of ixoun illpi ami oiirotil iliip
Iruila under fwrttlyn llugi ell over
lliu world
DEATH IN PUnS'lNQST0nE.
iltl(l.KJ'V( 'IV., Jmiuury -
(lly AMMlMtlkl JVtrH Calilal Is Hir
llullwtu) A li it Hutt, put tif tli
UniiM In (lilt iiUm,
t4y dud rutaftl fir. Unfit m "'
wimhm r MriHrf Hurfsr llui iduHuj
4mnt Tti'Mi Lou U nnum, Ul
lUo i wi wy ul MfluM mmr
3
IlKMM ! IM dlMIG UH
U !-
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rf
22H
ornr of soutabi, axbahia,
"Which has been besoiged by tho Montenegrins since early
TO DLESS HIS
Hv FcWal Wlrel'M Teletrnph.)
LOS ANOELTO, January 23. (Spo
cinl to Tho Advertiser) After making
a winning fight for threo days to livo
until his son could reach bis bedside,
Andrew Joso Yliarra, father of Joo Kiv.
en, is dead today at the home Joo pur
chased for his parents with his firBt
ring winnings.
Tho ond canio last night after Ybar
ra had regained consciousness and talk'
cd for bevcral minutes with his con,
His parting blessing Joo shared with
ins brothers Andy and Gun, who also
were nt tho ucdsluo.
ANOTHER HOTEL FOR
HONOLULU POSSIBLE,
There Is a possibility that a now ho-,
tel will soon bo nvullablo for risltoril
i.. iia..i..i.. it ii... .i .1 . i.i
IH KWMIJIMIU, II lliu piUIIH SH1 10 HU
under way by Ocorgo I,yurgu,
of the Union drill, urn wrriixl
out. In fact, I hero ) u proiot (hut
(ho Align property and thu iwIJoIiiihk
CwtUtt projmrly niwr Tlunua iumttt,
whiali wm reUly apiieldnrwl by tlin
KIiik's l)nui,'litr. hh p. ollw fgr thslr oM
folk' imne. will m Ihv uitluu tor
inn prupiMii iiuiui
m tut Ihn itlniia am bulv (uiiluuvt .
in tho Balkan war.
FISHER'S RECALL
IS DEMIIHO BY
(By TYdcra Wireless Telegraph)
BOISE, Iditlio. January 23.
(Special" to Tho Advertiser) He-
H foro a joint Q9sion of (ho Idaho
legislnturc, which by n tardy oto
unanimously returned him to tho
United Statesl Senutq, Borah do-
clared for the recall of Secretary
of tho Interior Fisher. In n speech
before the legislature, Bornh said':
"We hear a crcat deal theso
days about the recall of the
cinry. the initmtivo and
duiii, but if there is ono place
-where tho recall U neededi It is
on tho secretary of tho interior of
this country. TJic neonle should
tako from the hands of this man
tho usurping powor''li is oxercis.
ing nKainst tho settlers of tho
West." '
BETWEEN STEEL
Former Steel Trust President
Testifies to World-Wide
Combination.
(Br Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
NEW YOKK, January 23. (Specnu
to Tho Advertiser) As lato us 1010 an
understanding existed with foreign rail
manufacturers under which the United
States Steel Corporation agreed, not to
compete, with them in their oun country;
and manufacturers, in
turn, agreed not to seek' business in the
United States,
that was the testimony of William
E. Corey, former president of the Steel
Corporation, at the hearing tint is being
conducted in connection uith the
government's suit to dissolve tho Steel
Trust.
"It was understood, ' said Coroy,
"that competition should be restricted
to neutral mariteta, tountries -v liicli did
not produce stool rails."
Whother in tho remarks there was an
understanding with foreign producers
ns to prices and a division of tonnages
the witness professed
"Was Mexico ussignod, to tuc United
States Steel Corporatiou.1 ' uskud Judgo
Uickiuson,
"1 should not suy so," replied tho
wituofs.
"Wus Mexico' asilgued to anyone I"
"I don't know about (bat."
Corey Ustiflud us to tho oxiitence of
a stool rail pool among American mini-
uiacturcrs us luto as 1001, under which
cB r runs wero kept on mi em
d the builnun divided.
III till! tho Steel Corporation .i
ticlputed, liu said, and has rcuronciitod
"t mrotlngs by Oniric! il clnwib,
',M,10 flry or lilmiulf,
" '
CHINA WILL GET CASH.
Hlx.Powcr Loin rinally ArrAiiKed for
at rive i'er twit Jnteiwt, Hut
With lliu Plscomit.
(11 r'Ul VIiOm 'tttttnyti )
WKWK, Jdiiiwry 81.-(Mial (o
'I'll? ia pvvr Uuu
Ul Liiiua. ktiiiilluii Lu LLu liuilv T.lu
ami no ilMltinn Um ii rMipiiwt ,y uiHih, Mill bar tivn w mi iulgrt,
Mr l.uigu ur ultii inlin(i., but ' biM Umuuj rvMstxl (mini hlnuk ttrn
H I uudriuMl that Uuiit bMV 4mmmI ul flv ui viMiilf Mr cmi.
Iimii mIumJ fur rffl(iliM Id bnlUtU0'b liiii Mill U iwlrle4 it T mJ
of a fuiw IrfiU) uq ill Jlu, iu) til tH
Ul l.Vw ititlM) pmitiif I kill A J'olllH U4Macli li Tk Twa Mtb
W l.u IiimI mtU f IbU iilu, Uillml Mr )i itri lUl IU illttawlu
wl.il u M l" 3ni li A linn im MMaMt liw m !. tittuv
lla U Ud uv Hm til lliU iIm abyi kJ nliiun uva ii fiuhwjiitm mi
biilKK ) TbM Mlkl m 4UtfH Un Imu KUWMMMt ft4 IMS IMIi
muu ilw. U mmwwMjmiI, bm mi m iU Ubmm ili lia (4
far UHiit) tltf m luiiktit MuTtf It Ihiw 4
it,4, lioft nu "Hwiliinu 4ms " tiwtW
BID BIG CHIEF
li HISJ1 DEN
Militant Suffragettes Hold Up
and Give "
Him Warning.
'(Lr FArt VTIrtlcu TlfiTph.)
23. (Special to
The Advertiser) Olio lone liinn pittod
nguiiist twenty determined women was
tho situation fucod by Clmncellor of
tho Exchequer today,
when visited by n deputation of suffragettes
irom nil parts of Kngland in tho
mtcrcBts of votes for womon.
Tho deputation included actresses,
flshuomen, domestic servants, laundry
workcrr mid Lootmukcrs and
as forced to jicld to their argument.
Tho chancellor backed away when
he was addressed by Mrs. Not on, a
Vorkshiro weaver.
"1 am here with a wnmlnjr," alio
cried. "If otei aro not granted to
women nt this session of pnrlinment, 1
warn you, here and now, that the past
performance of militant sutrragists
will look liko pinpricks compared to
what we will do in tho future."
Might hero declared
himself in favor, personally, of giving
the vote to women. Ho said:
"I faor th amendment enfranchising
householders mid tho wive of
householder's but 1 hereby plead tho
government support to any amendment
accepted by the houso of commons."
.
1 mi'jrWMA
I RMJIIWIiwMPll
' I Esii it till i asasjsjs ajm
Mrs. PANKIIUBSr,
Leader of the milttiint bulTragcttcs,
spcakiug to n crowd.
l;-il-
Willi scenes in tho house of commons
aro expected tomorrow, when its
oto on tlie gulTrage bill. The
siid'rnge lejderi aro coulidcnt of success.
Suffrage In Hew York.
(Dy Federal Wlrvleii Tflrtraph.)
AI.IIANY, New Yorlc, January 23.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho state
senate todiiy passed a u omnn 'h suffrage
unicndiiient to tlie state constitution.
"As passed tho bill contains a provision
that those women becoming citizens
through marriage must bo residents
of the United States for five
years before they can voto,
Tho 1)111 already has passed the house
mid Governor Sulzer has sigulflcd Jjls
intention of s'gning it.
--
IS
HEBE IS TO BATTLE
aw l'ederal Wlreleil Tdnrraj.li.)
VAj l'ABO, Texas, January 23.
(Special to The Advertiser) With
rebel forces prnctically aurroumllng
Juure?, and Jiolding Lunler Iuwiib to
the east and it, it hud niiiiouucod
hero today that Ktrong fixlernl rein
lira hnbtenliig to the relief
of thu border towns,'
(Ifiiernl Itnglo, eoiniiinnder of the
northern mllltlji, Is whl to be inarching
nor(h with gnu thousiipd envnlry, while
un nrmy of ftOQQ Infantry U priiuvoib
nig bi'lilliil work trullis on the Mexliim
Cmilrul railroad, recently cut by thu
ruliuU nighty inllwn bslow Juuro..
GREAT POSToVicEFRAUD
INVOLVES MILLIONS
WAHIIIKtlTdS, Jsiiunr) US (lly
AaMrsbitiMl I'rM I'uMu lu MUr lulls
lln'j Potniatr rimnrul llilrluuek lo
day auiuHiU'aul ltu UiMtuterv f a uijiaii
li fraiM an lbs (Miatom. , l,j umu uf
biti Vnl Maw luw Iimii rwiUd u(
UK' ())" M WllUoM lllr HVlll
f UUIJ'
Ai ur4iig la lb iuivwal jul It
u4 by IU tuNMlir lbs Mi'ftUJit)
ra Ibil Nv Vuik 4 'tilaajto iialrs
a liaiailM. CHiw; 4mki,U is mid,
u lutvi M 4, tut liut balii uf
I km V)r, 11 U aitMUti, b Imm 4m
bt Iba lain " ' Rra ITaifc aa4 l
WING LIST IS
LARGEST IN
HISTORY
Double as Many Passengers as
Could Find Room Loft by
Manchuria.
WISH TO SEE FLORAL PARADE
Big Demand for Transportation
to Honolulu Cannot Be
Accommodated.
(tljr Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN ntANCISCO, Janunry 23.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Had tho
I'aciflo Mail liner Manchuria, which 1 "
Railed for the QM:UArSU.&H,nSB,.
u.ij, uuuuiu us citnin passongor capacity,
ovory stateroom and berth would
h.ne been occupied.
Thcro wero 225 first class travelers
nnd 1150 In tho steerage. Moro than
200 porsons, who sought passago on this
Btenmship, lind to content themselves
with lmving their names placed on tho
waiting list for tho next sailing. This
is tfio largest waiting list in tho history
of tho port.
Tho uuusunl demand for transportation
on ono of tho big liners is duo tn
n l.irgo mensuro to persons wishing to
bq nt Honolulu for the annual Floral
Festivnl next month.
Among tlio passengers wero forty
missionaries, most of thorn returning
to their posts in Chinn, -which thoy
were obliged to leavo. during the revolution.
The passenger list also includod
insular employes' returning
to their positions In tho Philippines.
Among tlia Honolulu passengers woro
former UovornOrVoMJTawaH. George It.
Carter, Max JfrranVjlio' Lpiaglclnn, who
is on his wnv td Japan and will go as
in un iiuiiuiuiii on me Ainncnuria;
J mnelH Wnyno, nn liistern writer; N.
S. Vood, a Denver banker, nnd wife,
were among tho through passengers.
George N. West, Ahioncnn consul nt
Ivoho, was nlo n passenger on tho
Mimehurla. Other passengers for tho
Orient woro Hisliop Tallows nnd wifo
and Mr. nidi Mrs. David Tox. Tho
bislion and his friends are going to
Mnnilii.
. .4.
BATTLING NELSON WEDS.
CHICAGO, Janunry 23. (By Asso- -elated
Press Cublo to etnr.llullotin)
Huttling Kelson, ring '
jiion, today umrricd Fay King, n well .
iiiiown woman cartoonist, employed on
n Denver nowspupcr. Tho ceremony ,
was extremely quiet.
f
NEW.ARMY ORDERS.
(Iljr Federal Wireleaa Telecraph.)
WASIIINQTON, January 23.
to Tho Advertiser) Army orders:
Captain Charles H. Kilbourno,
Staff, is relieved from detail ns a
member of tho Qenoral Staff Corps and
assignod to tho Coast Artillery Corps.
Tho name of First Lieut. Leonard J.
Mygctt, Fifth Infantry, is placed on
list of detached oflicers:
l'irst Lieut. Francis K. Eastman, infantry,
is removed therefrom nnd is
to tho Fifth Infantry.
l'irst Liout. "Francis II. Iiurrlsoed
from assignment to tho Seventh Infantry.
Tlio President has accepted tho resignation
of Captain Junius S. lloiie,
Phllipplno Scouts.
Marino Corps orders:
Hocond Lieut, fi. 1'. lludd, American
legation at Pekin, to tho United
States.
Second Lieut. I. W, Williams, rlile
rnngo.to innrlno barracks.
Secoud I.icut. P, 8. Krsklno, Marino,
llarrncks, Ilnston, to udvanced base'
school, Philadelphia.
-
MEN AND IlEUCJION
MOVEMENT.
Today,
O.rm. Fred I). Iliulth, Oalm
CoUogo; lUymoiul Jloblm,
IIlKli School,
10 a.iii. MlnUUn' MeotliiK,
Oooko Hall JUiblm aud
limltb.
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