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HAWAIIAN" GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1013.. MM I -WEEKLY.
MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS IN CONSTANTINOPLE M PLANS F0
IS THREATENED BY RIOTING MOSLEM FANATICS GABNIVAL WEEK
Turkish Peace Envoys
Recalled; War Now
Nazim Pasha's Assassin
Promoted In Place
v (Br Federal Wlrelesa Telerraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, January 21.
(Special to Tho Advortlsor) All hopo
for poaco in tho Balkans was dissipated
today when tho now Ottoman cabinet
docldod to recall tho Turkish peaco
envoys from London immediately.
This precludes resumption of peaco
negotiations and moans that the young
Turks who aro in control aro
to prosecute the war with the Balkan
Continuous rioting went on throughout
the city last night and In tho street
fighting today many were seriously
The polico maao a snow oi ivoci"
order and made wholcsalo arrests, hut
filled with rlo
as soon as a prison was
ors a mob would storm the placo and
CHRISTIANS IN DANGER.
Lotting loose upon tho city all of
these ovil elements Is one of tho greatest
dangers of the moment, for it Is
more than possible that at any moment
a massacre of Christians may begin
which will force armed intervention by
the Powers. ,
The first official act of tho new Turkish
cabinet aftor recalling tho Turk
peace envoys from London was to recall
the Turkish ambassadors from
Vienna and St. Petersburg for court
The ambassadors -are accused of not
maintaining strong policies on behalf
of Turkey against the Balkan Allies.
INTERVENTION MAY POLLOW.
BERLIN, January 21. (Special to
.. a nanenrMl rll HTJJltCheS
from Constantinople today Indicated
that the young xurits am m. iivoauoo"
-of the city and that rioting and
--.. nn all sides and
massacres of Christians in the Ottoman
capital, diplomats hero bellovo, would
"bo followed by Russian intervention
and this, they Bay, woum "
trla, raising anew tho possibility of a
general European conflagration.
Enver Bey, a young Turk leader, who
- was, responsible for killing, yesterday,
the TurklSh'forMs? today was named
military commander of Constantinople
on his own demand.
Enver Bey and his followers completely
dominate tho Sultan.
YOUNG TUBES DOMINANT. .
m,. mnnn TnrkB urn in comnlete pos
session of the palaco and are in a position
to force from the Sultan
in almost any plan. !
Tho foreign office today received
confirmation of tho killing of
Hazim Pasha by Enver Bey,
The British ambassador telegraphed
-that Nazim Pasha lived awhile after
he was shot. Two other Turklrt of-
fleers were slain with tho dead general.
Lose Hope of Peace. j
LONDON, January 21. (By Asso-;
ciatcd PreBS Cable to Star-Bulletin
Reports from Constantinople reaching 1
licro destroy all hopo of immediate
peace, and tho delegates of tho Allies
aro already preparing for the Tecall
they depm inevitable, With ono accord
they announced today that thoy expect
an immediate resumption of hostilities
within tho week, if not before.
Dispatches from Germany tell of a
.kl !. Tinnraf in rcnortod .
to have broken violently on receipt of
dispatches from Constantinople this
morning nnd last night.
Other dispatches from tho different
chancelleries announce tho abandoning
of all hope of peaco and the acceptance
ol the inevitable war, with preparations
to meet ovontualitics.
(By Federal Wlreleis Telegraph.)
1AJUU., January z. opccim m .
Tim Advertiser The house of com-
nions in committee of the whole this afternoon
considered tho franchise reform
bill which, if passed, will provide
Alfred Lyttleton offered Sir Edward
Qrey's amendment to tho government
measure, which Premier Asquith
had agreed could bo presented and
wntAil nn Yvltrmiifc niirtv lines beinir
drawn, but which would not bo father-(
cd as a government portion of the bill, j
Colonial Secretary Ilarcourt said as
to Sir Edward Grey's amepdment:
"The adoption by women of such
methods of violence as London lias re-1
.nllir unetn in nn nvrnllpnt indication
of the typo of mental balanco that is
to bo expected if thoy aro enfranchised."
(Br Federal Wlreleaa Teleeraph.)
8AN FRANCISCO, January 24.
anA.l.l -. TTtA AilverttsArV flriilinr
on the United States army transport!
Sherman, clearing San Francisco for
.Honolulu nnu Aianiiu, rcuiuury u, m
bo the following officer for Honolulu:
Brigadier General M. M. Macomb,
Colonel J. A. Roger, Infantry; Capt.
E. 11. Winas, Fourth onvalry; Capt. P.
I). Mnlonc, Third Infantry; Capt. K. E.
Knight, First Infantry; Captain D. W.
Chamberlain, Second Infantry; Lieut.
A. II. Clark, Medical Corp; Lieut. II.
II. Huntington, Medical Corp, and
Lieut. T. t Spencer, First Infantry.
Ni:V YOniC, January 24. (By Associated
I'rcs Cable)' Many of New
York' leading hotels and cafes tonight
are operating with a limited forte of
waller and cooks' helper. Three
thousand waiter awl cook' hulper
took olf thtr apron today and walked
nut to riifurct their demands,
11. MttttilnvAri liava aalfful fnr liftHfir
wage, a rurrHftinent of working
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J&& " - - l 'mUm . " M. j ' VHEJSrOLDKN MORN
ifwffi'Jic " ' ASiATIG TROOPS
fITyili jfJOikA ..'1 i ARE POURING INTO
JmrnmBSmMMtmn " Turkish capitol
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Jfozifit PASCHA,77 MURDERED COMfilANDER jfj
hours, better food nnd the remedying
of ioniitioii3 winch thev say aru
The hac 1 ecn rejected
by tnu liutel and cue owneis
mid the walkout is tho result. The
higher class hotels nud cafes of the
city are principally attccted by the
'Bi Fnli ml Wirtlru Telerraph.)
TKENTON, isfw .Tersoy, January 24.
(Special to The Advertiser) President-elect
Wilson intends visiting tho
Panama Canal immediately after the
extra session of congress adjourns. He
tald a delegation from Ashwllo, North
Carolina, which camo to offer him a
summer homo there, that ho wjis not
niaklnc plans for next summer because
ho hoped to spend part of it in tho
Canal Zona and could not guess how
long congress would bo Jn session.
(Br Federal Wireleti Telerrapb.)
CUK1ST1AMA, Korway, January
!M. (Special to Tho Advertiser) The
-Norwegian expedition for the rollef of
tho German scientists suffering terrible
privations in a remote part of Spitsbergen,
left Advent Bay, Spitzbergen,
Monday, but were forced to return
there today because the water was
rounu open and communication overland
The relief of the scientists will be
impracticable until new ice has been
'Br Federal Wlrrleaa Telerrapb.)
WASHINGTON, January 24. (Special
to The Advertiser) Secretary of
State Knox's reply to the British protest
against the exemption of American
coastwise shipping from tolls in
tho Panama Canal paving been re-
jinli'd.l In TMliInn ft- In tnAnttlllnnf nn
the British foreign oDIco to como td
a decision at once as to the course to
be punned iu the contiuuunco of tho
Tho question for the llrltlsh govern
moot to dotcrmlno Is whether efforts
shall bo continued to adjust tho differ
ences Ijotwoiii the two lountrles by
further pxrlmngc, or to uccept Hecre
tary Knox' offer to exchange rutifl
cation of the genoral ur
duration treaty, a amended by the
senate, and refer to a tperjn! comiiii
llon the tusk of finding the actual fact
and I ail for possible arbitration.
OlllnMU here are awaiting thlt decision
with itreat Intercut, beeauto on
It will depend the probability of 'r
Ideut Tut I rMCklng a talitfactury net'
tldutnt of the quMtlon before h
If the British government should decide
to regard ns satisfactory tho
American statement that its
lor the iuturo treatment of British
fhippins in tho canal are groundless,
nnd will so express itself, the incident
will be closed, nt least for the timo
being, or until some subsequent congress
cndonior to act in a way
bo ns to warrnut the churgo of
nprninst foreign shipping.
Secretary Knor, in his note,
invited tho British government to
examine the fncts cited by him. As a
basis for his ttntcments regarding
coastwise shipping ho relies upon Pro- j
feasor Johnson's conclusions and it is
upon his calculations that the tolls woro .
The British contention that nn
just burden was fastened upon British I
ship owners has been completed nnd it
should not requiro much timo to con-,
firm this stntement of Secretary Knox,)
as It is known that Professor Johnson's
report is already In tho possession of
the British foreign ofllco so that the
way is clear to a speedy understanding.
(Bjr Federal Wlreieu teiecrapn )
WASHINGTON, January 24. (Spe
cial to Tho Advertiser) Democratic
senators in caucus 'today reaffirmed
their determination to permit none of
President Taft's nominations to be
confirmed at this time, with the exception
of Army, Navy nnd diplomatic
The caucus was called at the instance
of Senator Ncwlands to sco if it wrro
possible to confirm interstate commerce
commissioner Clark's appointment.
Senator Smoot for the Republicans,
when he heard of tho caucus, said
JuumuijB nuiuu jncci uuxv 4 uv?uu m,
determine their attitude,
WOMAN STRIKE LEADER
CONFERS WITH ROOSEVELT
(11 Federal Wlreleas Telegraph,)
Ni:V YOItK, January 2 . (Special
to The Advertiser) Gertrude Uarnum,
chief orgaulrer of the White flood
Workom' Union, railed at The Outlook
ofllrti today mid conferred with Colonel ,
Ituitavrdt regarding the garment
Htrlliu lender today appealed to
Police f'oiiiinlriloiier WulOo and Mayor
(laytior to imiilth two policemen
of (luiililng girl.
A lilg paradii of thr striken I Itlng
arranged for Monday,
(Ilv Federal Wireless Tclcgrnph)
o, (Special to The AJ.c
tlnor) Thousands of ARiatic
troops crossed -the Uospliorm
into Etiropenii Turkey last
night mid today. Moro than
300,000 Asiatics Invo been
brought hero from Asiatic Turkey
since tho nnnistieo was
signed, nnd the young Turks
are boosting that the Porte is
better prepared now to prone-into
war than when hostilities
Ulntno for the killing of tho
Into Nnzim Fiislm wiih placed,
nt todny'a olliclal Inquiry, on
Nnzim l'nshn's own aides, who
fired at En cr Bey, nnd
others, ns thoy passed tho dead
man's home. Enver Hoy and
the others returned the .ire.
TURKS N CONSTANTINOPLE CLAMORING TOR A
J?5UMPrtON OP THE WAR
EUGENE V. DEBS ARRESTED! JUF(3FDFHAVEr7"sIcX
Charged With Corrupting Witness In
aovemment Suit Against His
(n Federal T'l'rnt'i I
TKKKE HAUTE, Indiana. January
24. (Special to The Advertiser) Eu-(
gene V. Dobs was arrestod here today
ehar'god with obstructing justico byi
corrupting u witness in the govern j
ment's case nualnst tho Appoal To
Reason, tho Socialist newspaper of
Tho newspaper was attacked by tho
government for violation of the postal
laws. Thq editor, brother of the accused
lender, nnd Arthur Bauer, a
brother-in-law, furnlihed a bond of
51000 for Debs and ho was released.
IS APPEALJ0 REPEAL
my Federal Vyiielris relfjraph )
SACRAMENTO, California, January
24. (Special to Tho Advortisor) Senator
Caminettl, of Jackson, offered a
Joint reiolutlon today placing California
011 record a opposed to repeal
of Hid net giving American coastwlso,
'Mil frco passage through (ho Panama
PREMIER WAS STRICKEN.
" Federal VVIrWr T.lra ll )
1'AIIIW, January 84. -(Special to
The Ailvnllner) I'remUr Ilrlund wan
with un attack of syncope in the
clinrnhcr of ilrputlo vvoiilng.
Med 1 nil' ultc'dHMc w at hnud nnd
lit quickly recover!
'K $ 'r
(D Federal Wlrclcu TctrrraM. V
VN' rKANOIBCO, Januury 21.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) United
biiiles District Judge John J. Dallavcn,
of this city, was stricken with paralysis
tliis morning nt his country homo, near
Yountvlllc. Napa county. His condi
tion is serious.
TWO MORE BIRDMEN KILLED
Br Federal Wlreleaa Teleeraph.)
Kl'AllI'S, Frame, January 24.
(Special to The Advertiser) Charlos
.Meuport, the uviator, nnd his median
le, who is unindcntifled, whilo mono
pliuiug from Paris, wero instantly
killed in a fall near hero today. The
machino turned turtle 200 Jcct iu tho
QUIET AT ACAPULCO.
(Ur Federal Wlreleai Telfpaph.)
WASHINGTON, Juuuiiry 21. (Spo.
cinl to Tho Advertiser) Cunbul Edwards
at Acapulco, Mexico, nhero fear
for the safety of American caused tho
vending of the cruiser Dcnvur, reported
today thut conditions there uro quiet.
Tho Denver him arrived nnd the British
v.urhlp Shearwuter has prepared
U)S ANOKr.ltk), Jnuunry 21.. By
Press Cable) At thp 11 11 11 u 11 1
eiiiivi'iition of Ihu lliilldlng Trade
t.'trn 11 si I of Cullfurnlu now Iu muilon
hure, I. II, .MeCurthy, fiirmer nior of
Han I'miiolMO, was tixluy rvelcctwl
prMlilvnt n f tlifl tlatn orguiilwliou by
mi overwhelming you
At n meeting of the chairmen of tho
vnrlous committees of the Washington's
lUrtluiny colebration. held Inst night In
tl c merchants' association rooms in tho
Voting Hotel, It was shown by tho
reports that all of tho chairmen
aro working on nmbitious lines in outlining
their plans for the Carnival
wco'i, anil that ono of tho probloms
that nmy soon confront Director General
Chillingworth is thnt of having too
much going on. Somo now entertainments
wero proposed, nnd tho Punchbowl
fireworks demonstration was given
up, tho ilnja nnd nights of tho Carnival
week being nlrcndy crowded with
Tho most elaborate out lino of plana
mado by nny chnlrmnn present was
that of W. T. Rawlins, as bond of tho
committee in chnrgo of tho Wnikiki
celebration, of which tho main foaturo
1b tho reproduction of tho historic landing
of Kamchnmoha, when ho camo to
An interesting plan was dcscrlbod by
Mr. linwlins, nnd ho was nuthori7cd to
go ahead with it. Rawlins has mado
n study of tho subjoct, and will rovlvo
some oldtimo customs which few, if
nny, living persons have neon carried
out. Tho committeeman wero so enthusiastic
over tho matter nftor hearing
his description of what he proposed to
do thnt in informal discussion, nftor
tho meeting, thoro wor talk of arranging
for tho erection of a hugo grandstand
on tho bench for spectators.
Slghtsoolng a Difficulty.
Itnwlins has his plans in lino, but ono
of his main difficulties is that of arranging
so thnt tho crowds can sco tho
ceremonies, which aro to bo a reproduction
of what happened on tho samo
bench nearly n hundred yonrs ngo.
"It wns a splcmlid mooting, said
Sonntor Chillingworth nftor adjournment,
"nnd greatly encournged nil con-corned
in tho celebration with regard
to tho general success of tho affair.
Until tho chairmen of tho committees
got together, nfter a few weoks of
work, thoy didn't know how much was
going on, how much had beon dono,
nnd how big tho colobration wns to bo.
"Wo wore all happy nt tho closo of
tho mooting and nt the showings mado
by the various chairmen."
Wncro to Disband.
Tho first matter brought up by the
director general was that of tho routo
of tho parade, and whoro it should (Us-band.
It was the general Bontimont
thnt tho anarch of tho parade should
bo to Alexander field, ns happened Inst
year, thoucu ucunito details ns to tno
JS. routes to be taken byi th0 va.rj.0u3
tions wuro not agrccu upon. s
Ono reason for this opiuion wns thnt
tho distnnce to lvnpiolnni Purfc, tho
other suggested placo of disbanding,
was too far trom tho starting place,
and another reason for preferring Alexander
field was that tho military would
tin ho'ding tii cii athletic exorcises in
Knpiolnni 1'urlc nt about tho snmo
timo thnt tnopaynilo mlgut want to
dislinnd it wni' genornlly ngrceil
thnt ior many reasons Alexander field
should be tho placo for the disbanding
ot tho pnr.ido.
Tho route that tho pnrado shall follow
wns dlscussod, but no action was
taken, nnd tho decision will probnbly
he left to Marshal A. M. Brown.
i'resent nt the meeting ns chairmen
ol committees wero Col. J. W, Jones,
l.orrin Andrews, Henry Vicrra, U. B.
duett, Hon. W. T. Rawlins, Hon. John
Hughes. J, Walter Doyle wns present
lis mnnnger of tho proposed Elks' show
during Cnrnival week, nnd gnvo nn outline
of whit tho "Roaring Camp"
(By Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
WASHINGTON, January 21.
to Tho Advertiser) Army orders:
Georga It. Smith, quartermaster
corps, is rotlrcd from nctivo
to take effect February 15 and
ho Is granted leave until that timo,
Wills T. May, Twenty-Eighth
Infantry, is transferred to tho
Lieut. James R. Arrow-smith, Eighth
Infantry, is detailed ns member of tin)
army retiring board, San Trancisco,
vico Col. William Nichols, general staff,
Capt. Benjamin R. Hyor, signal
corps, is relieved from duty at Port
Wood, Now York, and will proceed to
Port llliss, Texas, for duty.
Maj. James Canby, quartermaster
corps, will nssumo chnrgo of construe
Hon work Vnncouvcr Barracks.
Lieut. Dryson Bruce, Mississippi to
post graduate courso Navy Academy.
Socotid I.icut. S. N. Raynor, Barracks
Portsmouth to Barracks Maro Island.
Second Lieut, II. C. Dnniclfj, Barracks
Mare Island to Barracks Boston.
WOMEN GET SUFFRAGE.
CARSON, Nevada, January 24. (By
Associated Press Cable to
The round of the final fight
for woman's suifrugo was won by tho
women here today when tho lower
houso of tho state legislaturo passod a
bill grunting tno right to vote to the.
women of tho State. It is believed
certain that tho senato will concur nnd
that tho Governor will sign tho hill
ns soon ns it comes beforo him.
AVALANCHE BLOCKS TRAFFIC
SEATTLE, January 24. (By Associated
Press Cublo to Star-Bulletin)
Roports from Wellington, in tno
Mountains, tell of u
snow slide iu tho mountains that has
completely blocked tho track of tho
(J rent Northern railroad and will tako
at least a week to clear awuy, No
one i reported injured.
BEUT MBDIOINB MADE.
There I no better medicine mado for
eolds than Chamberlain' Cough
It act on naturo' plan, relieve
the lungs, opens thu seerctlous, aid
and resturM tho syitem to
n healthy rondllloii, 1'or inlo by Hen
on. Hmllli & Co., l.l'J., stfauti tor
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