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VOL.VL. NO. 103 H l )NOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY TUESDAY, I, 1913 SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE N0.378P
II5TICE ENDS Battering Inner Line of Defense of Turkish Empire in Europe F
IN ADAH OF H ' i
Awakening Batteries Mark the
Resumption of War All
WILL BE FIGHT TO A FINISH
May Storm Adrianople and Lines
of Tchatalja Turkey
Hoped for Peace.
ary 4. (By Associated Press
Cable) Promptly upon the rain-
uto when tho armlstlco onded
last evening at seven o'clock,
hostilities recommenced before
the lines at Tchatalja and at
Adrianoole. according to official
dispatches received hero.
v It is reported that the com-
bined Bulgarian and Servian
(: armies aro preparing to storm
: Adrianople at all costs and that
the bombardment of that city
has already begun. In front of
Tchatalla the "batteries have
opened and it is exported that
a general assault 'will be made
" within twenty-four hours.
No -word has been received as
yet from either Scutari, now
sieged by tho Montenegrins, or
from Janina, befote which the
Greeks are entrenched and
ready for assault.
ABM? SBETHTNO WITH EEVOLT.
(Br Federal WIreleal Telegraph.)
BEBLIN, February 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Some Indications of
tho trouble which tho young Turks ore
liaving army is found
in dispatches, received, hero 'today.
The army appears to be seething with
revolt because of tho assassination of
Nazim Pasha. Enver Boy, tho young
Turkish leader who took such a prominent
part in recent events in the capital,
today went to the headquarters of
-the army at Hademkoul in order to win
tho support of the troops, but tho soldiery
forcibly prevented him from
It is regarded now as too late to stop
tho insurrection in the ranks. Tho
Kurdish cavalry, stationed in the Asiatic
section of Constantinople and in
tho groat Selimy barracks, today made
a formal demand for the execution of
tho murderers of Nazim Pasha.
Tho men rofused to obey tho war minister's
command to rotura to their
STILL HOPE FOR MIBAOLE.
(lly rederel Wirclens TelesTapli )
CONSTANTINOPLE, February 3.
(Special to The Advertiser) Tho outcome
of tho representations made by
the British and German ministers at
tho Bulgarian capital was anxiously
awaited hero today. Although too
armistice is scheduled to end at
seven o'clock this evening, tho Otto
man officials have not yet lost hope
that a resumption of hostilities will be
The German communication declared
that this country considered tho new
Turkish proposals as adequate, while
both Great Britain and Germany intimated
that intractlblllty on the part
of the Balkan nations was not approved
by the Powers.
Meanwhile the movements of troops
and war stores have been Incessant
during the last week, while the Turft.
isli hospitals at tho front have all been
WILL SAIL ON TIME
(By Federal Wlrrleaa Te!tcraib.)
BAN FHANCIbCO, February 3.
(Bpecinl to Tho Advertiser) Tho
Oceanic liner Sonoma, which urrhod
from Sydney via Fago.Pago three days
Into on account of her propellers boiug
broken by contact with submerged
wreckage in the South Seas, wont to
hunter's Point drydock for repairs to
It is'tho plan to send the Sonoma out
on schedule tinio, February 11.
DECIDED IN NEGRO'S CASE
Mir liWl Wirrlr.e Tfleerenh )
WAHlllvnTON, February 3
to Tlie Advertiser)- Tho Hupremu
( ourt toduy denied tho right of Jack
.Tollman, negro pugilist, to nppeal from
tlio docjilou o( a United States court
in Chicago, which rofiiaud lilm ball
vlulp under sn Indictment for white
Tho rourt dldulued Johnmn's appeal
without iwwilng on llio validity of tlio
Slutf Hle Aet. Tlio dwliion ruled
tltt Jobnaou had bfdu HitwUt'd to tail
i(Ur hit ttiMMMl wi tktu mid as lia
m ur4 ilmf it Mil nut utftty to
j'M vpeu Lit UKitles,
HOT II REAL TRUST.
ACCORDING TO LAW
Supreme Court Finds In Behalf
of United States Machinery
(Br Federal Wireleaa TeletTaph.)
WASHINGTON, February 3. (Spo
cial to The Advertiser) The Suprome
Court today handed down a decision to
the oflVjt that tho United .States Machinery
Company is not an unlawful
monopoly in nstralnt of trade. It writ
charged that thb shoe company controls
patented machinery leased to 13,000
manufacturers in thirty-four States,
ranging from a control of eighty por
eont of welting mnchincry to ton por
cent of lasting machinery.
Today's decision followed tho indictment
for criminal prosecution under
the Slienmn Anti-trust Law of fivo
officers of tho United Shoo Manchincry
Company on September 19, 1011 President I
Wlnslow, of Newton, MnssKhu
setts; Vice-President Edward 11. Uurd,
of Nowton; George j3.
Urown, of Newton, and Vice-President
I William Uaibciur, of New York. Two
.distinct charges were made against the
One cliurgo w is tlint by merger of
four formerly independout shoo
manutacturing comp'iliics into
tlio united concern, the defendants controlled
oighty per cent of interstate
commerce in tho machinery.
, Tho second charge wn that by the
so called "tjliifr clauses" of its contracts,
leasing machinery to shoo man-
. uincturcrs, tlio dofendints hud
to restrain trade.
'STILL AFTER ' SCRLP
OF OIL TRUST CHIEF
vT Fedfral Wireless Tlrrph,)
WASHINGTON, February 3.
(Spscial to The Advertiser) A resolution
ordering Attorney General.
Wickcrshara to transmit to congress
all opinions and correspondence
the to his order staging the serving of,
warrants returned by tlio United States
court of Texas against John D. Arch
bold, president of the Btandard Oil i
Company, and othor oil trust officials,
was introduced in the house today by
Hcpresentntivo Gardiner, ot Texas.
It was referred to tlio judiciary committee.
Archbold and his associates
were indicted lor alleged violations of
tlio Sherinun Anti-trust Law,
GETS OUT ON BAIL
(11 F)r1 WItoIhi
LBAVBNWOItTlf, Kaunas, Ttbrunry
3. (pccinl to Tho Adortuor) Frank
M. Ityiin, proaldent (if tlio Interim
tlonnl Iron Workers Union, ronlng a
pentoueo on conviction of coniplrucy
to Irnniport dynuiiiltu in interstuti)
oinmirco, relnatml from the tm
urn I iwnlU'iitlisry hro on a 70,0(Xi
Ilfl wm wot by I!. K, NimkoJi, mi
itry of (U ChlraHO liruneli of Ilia Fnl
rtli'n ot llHir, and th two took nil !
irulu from Kuinai (o I lilaugo I
Hrn l tlio veu it nl ib thirty
tbrtt iiiivitinl at flidlitiitiniills u i
It- retailed on bond. J
BtrLGABIAN BATTEBT IN ACTION BEFOEE
Militant Suffragettes Declare War
Q Q 0
Warning By "General" Pankhurst
TTlr Federal Wireless Trlrcraph.) '
LONDON, February 3. Special to
The AUvortSsor) The suffragettes are
planning "an exciting civil ytar" in
London, according to an announcement
by Mrs. Pankhurst today.
''The militant suffragettes," said
Mrs. Pankhurst, "are preparing all
sorts of effectivo Btrokos. Tho government
must quickly giyo us tho vpto. or
GUARD QUEEN MARY
FROM ANY HARM BY
1 1 1
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
LONDON, February 3.
cial to The Advertiser) Osten-
Blbly to protect Queen Mary
against suffragette activities,
but in roality to guard hor from
suspected attempts at
nation by Indian malcontents,
a heavy detachment of soldiers
and rolico surrounded tho royal
carriage today, when the Queen
motored from Windsor Castle to :
hold pro.Lenten court at Buck-
f" Filorl JVWMph.'
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, Pebruaiy
3. Special to Tlio Advertiser) A motion
to quush the writ of habeas corpus
granted Col. Wm, It. Nelson, owner of
the Kansas City Star, sentenced to ono
day in jail for contempt against Judge
Guthrie's court, uas filed hero today by
If the motion is granted Nelson must
go to jail. If denied, the writ will bo
pasocd upon Wednesday by the State
TRIP THROUGH CANAL
(Or Fwteril Wirtlraa TttfXTaph )
BAN FItANOIBCO, February
to The Advertiser) If tho
present plans for the
enn liner Cluv eland, now in port, are
followed out, tho big tourist traveler
will lo tt'O first around ves
sol lo go thrnugli tlio Panama Canal.
The Clovolmul will sail from Sew
YotU January JfJ, 1914 It will vint
tlio W.'dt iii'liiM nud thou pass through
the cnnl Tho ClBvelaml will
fomo to Han Friinojseo liuforo proceed-
lllH fril"l Wlrlu TM.ir.iM
J'ORTI.ANI), Oregon, I'ubriihry 3.
rrnil to Thi Aivrtlr) At u
Imply Mpjtelm4 t:nauy A,KJ Iluth
si, "mmr in rurimiia, muriiM sira.
Aii'" )'( minor lnrui and lft tot n
I mil y ii ram rii to ''Mllfiiriiia, Hlii.li
ill, H all fif'il.alllily, U Vllsodej tw
Ua llNMSIIau lnlMtui
THE TUBKISH LINES AT TCHATALJA.
gO. Tho woraon will' use every method,
constitutional as well at unconstitutional,
to turn tho cabinet out"
Detectives in groat numbers are on
watch in all tho London streets, bat
"tbp suffragettes continuo thoir successful
Taids, Tho conle.its of thirty letter
boxes were destroyed today, but tho
perpotratoTg of tno outrage oscap'd
-15 "WALLACE. GOES HOME,
(Hv iWrnl WlreM Te1rri)h
-3. (Spoolnt to Tho Advertisor)
Lieut. Governor Wallace was reported
ill today and will tnrt for his homo in
HOLDS UP DECISION.
WASHINGTON, Fcbrunry 3. (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) Tlio Suprome
Court today took a recess until February
24, without announcing nny decision
in tho Btnto rate cases or the
KINO MENELIK DEAD; BOY
NOW RULES IN ABYSSINIA
Kr3F HBHBfHHsHBrilriiiiiiiiiiiBFv I
lio is reported to
(lly Federal Wireless Tulegrapli )
LONDON, IYlinwo i to Tlio Advertiser) - King Monclllt of
Aliyliil 1 fUud, Hrriirdnig lu u likutrh riMulvud from Adilis Almlm today,
JI) WlnaWMIor, IVIlieil MJJ Jmumu, UIUI of Ilia uriindjuiui. unlnr.d thy nnll&l nn
ShmIhx with joiiip
riiHM) Lid) Jwkpu, urba i
i the new euitioior. Is only mvmiMkiu
II CITY OF P
River is Rising Rapidly At Rate
of Two Inches An Hour and
(By Federal Wre1tw Telegraph.)
FARI8, February 3. (Special to Tho
AdNertlser) Fears of a repetition of
tho disastrous Inundations which
currcd in Paris In tho winter of 1910,
and again in lull, hao been aroused
during the Inst forty-eight hour by the
rnp'd rising of the rior Seine.
Tho water today is mounting abo'it
two inches nn hour. In the low-lying
charters of tlio c'ly, especially In the
Kouthnestcni part of Horry, tho water
has altendy oerloncd into the streets
Tho Hun Watt, near tho Tolhclnc bridge.
was the first to be flooded.
It a I n censed this morning in Paris
itself, but it continues to fall heavily
in tlio uppor country regions.
liato died last week.
t have huUiJ Dm AI.vm.1hU. .u.,ii.i
yr oUl. U xw mLmKmI soma ydhis
.) llf Mrut'llU Ma hit MlirMvnl
II i a mil i,f laa Mil kail a w.rfnl ,rur. ii, guturum vt Ui Aby
iluluu pruvlutw Jin ,m)mi vnt MuhV dmightcr
Majority of Masters and Mates
Quit Positions; Six Are
FIGHT IS ON TO BITTER END
Inter-Island Boats Sail Upon
Schedule Haglund Also
A strUco among tho mastorB and
mates in tho omploy of tho Inter-
Island Stoant Navigation Co., Ltd.,
not goncral to all members of thoir
organization, commenced at fivo
o'clock yostorday afternoon with
tho rcstgulng from tho scrvico
of ovor twonty officers,
Six captains and two matos, who
resigned, had previously bcon
missod from tho sorvlco of tho
All ships schouulod. to Boll yes-
terday afternoon departed under
command) of thoir own offlcors.
Tho company announces that all He
ships scheduled to sail today will 4c
!c loavo on time, undor the command
of local officers, if possiblo, and If
not, under command of offlcors .
irom tho mainland.
At Oapt John F. Haglund, port cap.
tain of the company, was rUsmbsj.
od and Oapt. Roger AUrn&n, for-
merly master of tho Faciflo Mall Hi
H( liner China, was appointed in hlj i
He Nine mora capUins arrived On
tha S, B, Sierra yesterday, making
Hi Birtcen captains in reserve to as-
He sist tho company in event of a
He general strike. He
Hi Tho Inter-Island Company asked He
He 4ot and received two. special police He
He to guard its vessels In port, on the
He ground that It fears vlolcnco on He
tho part of tno striking captains. He
Compelled by the previous situation
to como to ono decision or another,
Honolulu Harbor, No. Ct, Jlns
"tors' and iiates' Association, yesterday
afternoon split -upon radically different
lines. As a conscquonco u condition
of partial strllto oxists today.
Forbidden by law to quit thoir
in such a wny as to obstruct
ovor twonty oflicors, both captains
and mates, forming the radical
wing of tho association, took tho only
nltcrnntivo opon to them and handod
their resignations to tho company at
fl0 o'clock yesterday aftorpoon,
Tho consorvativo wing of tho flsso
elation notified the Company of thoir
loyally to It, and vessels scheduled til
sail yesterday departed on tlnlC, Alic
tho company announces that tho vessels
which ore schcdulod to sail today
will do tho same.
Tho first active stop yesterday wns
taken by tho steamship company in the
afternoon. Following a meeting of tho
board of directors, tho following wcro
notified that thoy wero dismissed from
Captains S, Thompson of tho S. 8.
Kiluuca, W. Thompson of tho S. S.
Nilhuii, Moses Oncss of tho S. S. W. O.
Hall, George K. Piltz of tho S. 6. Mlltn.
linla, nnd .1. H. Hnako of tho S. S.
Nooau, nnd Mates P. Ilinuer and O, W.
All of those Included their resignations
among tho othors that wore
to the company in tho
Those resignations were delivered to
the company's afiiccrti by n committee
conMHtlng of Captain Tullott, who hnd
previously resigned, and ('. W. Ashforil,
one of tho harbor's legal counsel.
Two Vessels Leave.
All icshoIh scheduled to lemo when
the timetable for the ilny wns made out
jesterday morning, sailed on timo in
tho nftcrnoon, Thofo wero tho
for Maul, und tho W. O. Hull for
Tlio Nocau, which usually sails on
Monday afternoon for Kntial ports,
was roiorvcd imtil today ami is scheduled
to put out this afternoon. Hor
former captain. .T. II. Hanke.
among tlioso disinlsseil.
lour uusels iim scheduled to leave
this uftornoon. Thoy aro tho Klmiti
(for Knuiil) and tlio Mikuhnlii (for
Maui and Molnlinh nt im ni.ii. n... .
and the Iwalnul (for MiiliuLoim ami
lUwiillmo) unil tho Nowiu (for Kaiinl)
of tin. Irregular llovt
i ouiiiei rr the eoinpunv imiinuneoil
last night tluit It would be imioJblu
In ilitturuilBu until this iiKiriilm. wi,.i
will tabu command of tliwo voeU,
but irroiJ tlio inurniia that thorn
would not be tint alluhtaat ilalnp in II...
djijMiUli of vt undur raulr
HlilNtitly thti fuii,y ubUUml
Imu ilxrUl uall ulUr liul ululji in
guard tMr lbir now m rt
Uiy OptfU With OoHiewiw
Hy nuim ylidav ll wm apituraut
(tViillims.) oh 4B )