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VOL. VL. NO. 101 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1913. -SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE iNO. 3783
CIVIL ID NOW
THUDS IN
TIKI
Regiments Turn Back To
Oppose Slayer Of
Nazim Pasha
Revolution On.Verge Of
Breaking Out In
Capital
(By rcdoral Wireless
CONSTANTINOPLE, January
27. (Special to The
Advertiser) Revolutionary
rumors independent of those
precipitated by the young
Turk element rocked Constantinople
today.
More than two hundred in
fluential men, mostly friends
of Kainail Pasha, were ar
xested early in the morning
by Enver Bey. This number
included Kainail Pasha, for
mer minister of interior and
minister of instruction.
" Kamail Pasha is also under
constant surveillance
.and all indications-point to
internecine strife; before
.night. Kamail Pasha and
iis followers are accused of
fomentincjfecounter
The young Turks today
formed a 'military tribunal
with Zekki Bey in charge,
practically placing. Turkey
under a military dictator-.ship.'
The Sultan is powerless,
ruling in name only. Three
regiments are reported en
route to Stamboul, near the
Tchatalja forts, to support
a movement to restore
Pasha to power.
The highest army officials
distrust Enver Bey, believing
that he and his associates
murdered Nazim Pallia
as part of a plot. ''The
ambassadors of the Powers
Tiere do not recognize Enver
Bey, or the revolutionary
- government, and have openly
snubbed Shefket Pasha,
the new grand vizier, in his
new pose, absolutely refus
ing to discuss the Balkan
situation with him, either
formally or informally.
They also demand from
the Porte an immediate answer
to the Powers' note regarding
the settlement of the
war between Turkey and
the Balkan States.
CONTINUES ABMIfl'flOn AWHILE.
(I) Vtttrt Wlrtlftt Ttltrrupb.)
LONDON, January 27. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The Bulgarian
Doctor Daneff, today notified tho
ambassador! of tlio rower hero that
the Balkan States would hold in ahoy-Slice
for three day their determination
to end the annUtlce with Turkey.
'Dili moana there will he no
of fighting tiiie week, as the protocol
provJdti for four daya' notice, It
fa generally believed here that flghtluir
wtJI he rreuiuod eventually.
Open War U Piay4
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Bolivia Is Mobilizing Army to
Enforce Demands and Chile
May Join Fray.
(tlr Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LIMA, Pern, January 27. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) War between Bolivia
and I!pra iv inevitable; according
to reports mauo nero u
day.
Bolivia's ambition to become a marl
tlmn nation, osncciallv in view of tho
jsappr&'AiDgi.eponlng' of tho Panama
Unnal, is liela responsioio tor
'
thnt arc more than strained. I
Tho crisis threatens to embroil tno
entiro West Coast of South .America.
In a war in -which Bolivia was fight
ing Peru, it is considered almost certain '
thnt Chllo would eido with tho
Eliodoro Villazon, president of Bolivia,
is determined that his nallon Bhall
ncquiro a Pa'cifie seaport. Scones of
wild disorder are reported from La Paz,
the Bolivian capital.
Tho Bolivinn nrmy is rapidly being
put on a war footing. Tho normal
neace strength. 30.000. is bcine raised
to tho war stronRth of 55,000 and
euorts aro Teportcd to raiso tho maximum
to 125,000 troops.
Peru's uttermost maiimum is considered
to bo 75.000 on n war footing
of oO.OOO nnd a peace basis of 40,000,
but sho is still further handicapped oy
a debt of six million dollars, twico that
of hor enemy.
Presidont J. Billlnghurst, who recently
took offico in Lima, has summoned
bis cabinet for a special conference on
tho threatened war.
MAKES EFFORT FOR
PEACE IK MONGOLIA
President Yuan Shih-Kai SencJs
Conciliatory, Message to
Its Kutuktu.
(Br Federel Wlrelcu Telegraph.)
PEK1N, China, January 27.
(Special to Tho Advortisor) President
Yuan Shih-Kai mado a formal reply
today to tho contontlon of tho
Kutuktu, tho Khan of Mongolia, that
Mongolia could not rule until China
declares that Urga would not bo
sovcrod from China.
Ho nays that tho Chinese administration
Is endouvoriug, and in tho
oud proposes, to maintain order In
Mongolia nnd whllo numerous Mongol-inn
chiefs nre in cominitnd and soldiers
In the provinces linvo aikod
to insrcli oguliist tho
ho, In u dculro to avoid liloodihod,
Imi pvriuiiilvd the Chluena to uwult
nnd uncerluln wliefhor a peaceful
tun ho ohUlnoiJ,
I'ruiiidviit Vuuu HIjIIi ICaI ntkt for
un uurly reply
olympTcIhamVion now
confessed professional
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Dynamite Explosion Shakes Paris
O K K 0
Fissure Opened In City Street
(Dy Federal Wlreleu ,
PAHI8, January 27. (Special to
(.utviliDViy rt UAJIIUBIUU
of dinntnlto, early today shook houses
for a milo or moro around tho church
of St, Bulpico, in tho southern part of
Paris,
A great fiesuro was opened in tho
MOnOGCQ ONUE MORE
(Hr Kfdrril Wlrtltu Til'.rth )
MIJKINI',8, Morocco, .January
to Thu Adtvrllier) -Tho
IVunrli I'uiillho ii.iiwlltlou utiilur f)l'
uutd IliUlii'l, ywlunluy ruulnil a Uruu
fiftnv ut lluiilinlsuM uinl llnnUllii
tnUwi, Mf tor a Atrltbur flf lt
i'mudi atiitit (iuitilrl llflixtn
ailltH) HUlJ HNNM YiWMimi. TU Mf
lufl fifty ditai) cw ty fliAl,
'AOKIHQ PLANT OESTnOYED
tUIUAHV, AltwiU, JfJijy
U AMtMiaM vim " u war
MwtaMii Vwi umh unm Imitiimi
fimM MUn' iwib us mm U
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Bi
Jtuo Do Sevres nnd tlirco olectric sur-
face cars were destroyed, but nobody
pvimury imjwivu us lar ns uns
been reported
rThq uxploslva is bcliovcd by tho
police to linvo been taken from the
construction norks of tho now suhwny
)y somo workmen who wcri recently
discharged.
T SERVE FOIL
SENTENCE IN Ji'iIL
(llr I'Hrr.l Wlrrlw Tl )
WAHIIINOTON, Jumiary ST. (Hpo
eld I lu Thu Ailvoiti.ur) Tim Unltixl
NlulM (idpruino Court today alttnnod
thu aoHViallon of Clwrlw II. Ilotku, for
ww awrtil'iry ut tlio AwarUnii Hngar
MAetlg twnwiiuiy, tvr iillrad
tlout lu nigar wnlghlwu frauds ll wai
MliiJ lit rijblM tuutitbi
aud flu4 iK6o.
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u mi Mw Mmm, wWali astUma)
iwm wMf all Uw
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DUKE II BATTLE
m CIA TEEL
Ffsh Attacks Him Under Watcrf
but Swimmer Wins Fierce
Struggle for Life.
A flcrco bnttlo with a four-foot
"man-eating" col bonoathtcn foot of
water is the latest oxporlonco of Duko
Paoa Kahanamoku, the nativo sod who
brought to Hawaii tho worlil's short
tllsttmco swimming record from Stock
holm.
Duko enmo out victor in tho thrilling
hattle which toon pltvco for out from
shoro in thO surf off Walklki,
afternoon. Howovor, ho did not
win until ho had lost n good portion of
his right index finger between tho
sharp fangs of tho reptile and was compelled
to literally ehoko it to death
it uncoiled its slimy body from
around his 'waist.
Duko reported nt tho draughting of
fico ior tho water department to be
gin his now duties yesterday morning,
his finger wrnppod In bandages nnd con.
tpdorably Bwollon. EvcTy effort is be
ing mado to prevent blood poisoning.
It will bo several days boforo tho torn
flesh is sufficiently healed to allow tho
young man to uso his hand froely
Duko was swimming in tho Burf
tho Moana shortly boforo noon
Hnturdny. Hundreds lined tho shoro
wntchlng him glida through tho water
with thq graco nnd spood of a fish. Ho
WHEN DEU
WILL DIE FOR
Icapcd on tho raft moored some distance 'ernment's intention to withdraw the
from shoro nnd, after n briof rost, swam j Grey amendment Thoro was not a
out towards tho Teof nd dived again ,ouna nntu ho had concluded. Thon a
into tho water, 'iho crowd was still
wlld domonstratlon brolso ouU
" " w ""
watching. It scorned to thorn an ago
boforo Kahanamoku again camo to tho Conservatives chocred whllo auffra
Burfaco, holding both hands in tho nlr, gottcs In tiio gallery hissed nnd cat-his
left gripping tho still struggling called.
col. Kahanamoku 's fnco was drawn, his "Asquith's action," said Mrs. Emo-lips
firmly closed, his features plainly llno
PanWmr8t loador of tho mmtant
showing tho effects of the battlo Bnffragottcs, "is a scandalous botr ayal
through which ho had just pnwod. of tho WOmon of England and wo will
It wns realized on shoro that tho resume militant tactics forthwith,
swilfimcri.'was -in troublo. Sovcral less tho government consonts to
-rushed to his nid,. T';it- in this parliament n. bil
miso that ho was injured was verified flcally providing equal 'suffrage.'
when thoy aw his blood-covered hand, Open charges of trickery voiced by
tho erimnon flow coloring tho wnter suffragettes were repudiated by Prem-around
Mm, , r ier Asqulth.
NoV'r'lril Aid.
t ,i.f n,i
" Lin j" ik.inriS 'w immr
0lP ,,,ni? !i0?."f? . .,,. mM
m aaio w
nid, nnd elantly made his way to tho
uuacji.
An effort was mado to get antiseptics
when the injured swimmer finally reached
shore. It wns discovered thnt tho
bathing houses along tho beach hnvo
po few culls for bandages or nntjsoptics
innt emorgeney supplies of thebo'necded
nrticles woro not kept. As a result,
it was found necessary to bring Duko
to tho city whero Jiis torn finger wns
dressed.
It is this delay, his friends fear,
which may causo complications resulting
in seriously crippling tho champion and
proving a handicap in his futuro efforts
to defend bis titlo to tho championship.
Tlio middle finger nnd thumb of
right hand aro nlco slightly
torn, as n result o ttho col's vicious
attack. Tills -would indicate that tho
reptllo tried moro than onco to bito its
victim.
Btrugglo tTndor Wator.
Trom tho story told by Kahanamoku
It appears that ho had dived into tho
surf in nbout ton foot of wator. Ho
wns gliding along tho hot-
(Continued on page four)
. .
iOOTJTEEL TRUST
Former President Corey Tells
of Gary's Dinners and
Boost Prices.
(Ujr WlrilHi 1
NKW YOJtlC, Juuuary 27. (Hpcclal
to Tho Advertiser) William Ellis
C'oroy, former prosideut of tho Unitcl
IS E
Premier AsquiuY Withdraws tho
Suffrage Amendment
From Commons.
RULING FORCES THIS ACTION
Militant Suffragettes Openly
Make Threats of Civil
War to Finish.
(By IVIerol Wtrolus Telegraph.)
LONDON, January 27. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Speaking for tho
cabinet, PTornior Aaauith today arose In
tho house of commons and formally
withdrew Sir Edward Qroy's amendment
to tho franchise bill intended to
give votes to womon. This moans that
no action will be taken on any suf
fragotto bill nt this session of parliament.
Members of the commons listened,
quietly as Asqulth announced tho
I Ho declared tile, cabinet regretted Its
Inability at present to fulfill their
pledgo to womento submit tho question
?f. equal suffragto a vote, hut main-
rninM till: FnnlfAi T Jlttr4h aM"' avnl lw
that , adoptfon of the Qroy
mont would nocessarily call for relntro
ductlon of the bill made its withdrawal
Imperative
After tbo announcement alt parliament
buildings wore searched for militant
snffragcttcs.
"Othor demonstrations will
Into inBlgnificanco compared to -what
will follow tho withdrawal of tho Grey
amendment. We Btand roady to dlo for
tho cause."
This throat was hurled by 2000 militant
BUffrngottcs at members of tho
house of commons Just boforo convening
today nnd tho pollco aro .preparing
for a violent outbreak.
-
STSTE SUPERVISION'
NEW YORK, January 28. (Dy
H Associated Press Cable) In a
sngo'to tho utnto legislature Gov-
ornoT Sulzer yesterday advocated
tho passago of such legislation, as
will provido stato supervision nnd
regulation of tho Now YoTk Stock
Exchange. It is Btatcd hero that
the enactment of such a law will
moot with bitter opposition, h
SHERIFF ASSISTS HIS
DISTINGUISHED WARD
Secures Ball Bond for General Sickles
and Hofuses to Lock Him Up
in Ludlow Street Jail.
(Br Federal WlreleM Teleereph.)
NEW YOIIK, January 27. Special
to Tlio Advertiser) In order to
hlsBImr0 ' old friend, Con. Daniol E.
Sickles, tho Inimlllutlon of arrest,
Sheriff Hurburger himself personally
nrrangoii witn counsel lor tuo ucnernl
to secure bail from n surety compnny.
This will obviiito tho necessity of
locking (loncral Sickles In tho Ludlow
Street Jail, pursuant to nn order of
tho supremo court, issued after tho
old sobllor hud failed to nccount for
moro than twenty thousand dollars
for tho Now York monument
commission.
MARINE TIDINGS
By Kahuku Wireless,
I', M. H. U, IfoiiKona, en route from
Yokohama, H p. m , .liiiiunry S7, lUIII,
HiO inllwt from llo'Kilulii, ll urrlvo
at iiuMtHiitliia ut n u, in, Tuotdiiy. All
wall,
I', M H. M, llmiehuria, an route from
Mud I'raiialfta, will Hrrlvu Wtwln'mlay,
al B it. m Im loo through MiMiigara
la Oral tabln, ifiti mwohi aUn, 148
t'MM fur Hun lulu, HI flnt ealilu
wuHMgart, fliUm aMu) bln, a
U6 lMg wll. ,AI1 wall,
AIM is limb a A. H, M, M
daf,
Btatcs Steel Corporation, began
fourth day of testimony today ut tho
hearings in the government's suit to
dissolve tho company under the antitrust
law.
A direct examination was taken up
by Judge Jacob M. Dicklnion, attorney
for tho government, who questioned
the wltiu'un concerning tlio difference
he lnu'i with E, II. Gary, chulrmuu of
tlio lionrd of directors, boforo lilt
rnsigiialion,
Corey tentlflod that "one-fourth of
my fortune is In tocutitlca of tho
Htiiid Corporation."
lie nslturuteil thul tlio olijunt of tho
(lary dinners xu to niulnlulii prlci'n,
About tlio ufforU if soma
In niUo (li prlcu of ralU
uhnvu ffl n tun, Mr. Cony could not
ny tlml tlio MImI Corporation
the uilvoitfo.
"It umy lum, " hu ail. "I was
o,mmmI lo tho rota luyaalf hwiaunti I
liiMiKlil MM wa a fair pri," 11
aid Hint tlta irliii(i mwM inulio
rail altMiwr thaw U 4niwlllnra.
( Vuat aciili4 by A, ('. Uc
aiMw, ltruy for lit dfndul, Mr.
4". ImIUIm lUi aflr tlu MHl
m IWf tb aiaal KMjmaiiuit raiitMMl
la tiim 00 wa of lu twpUyaa,
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