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KOPJA, llulgni'lit, Fvhrunry I. (Spunnl lo Tlio
Ailvcrtleor) ItoporlM from the front thin nftonioon
Kiiy tluit part of Ailriuuoplo is blazing as a result
of the Bulgarian bombardment.
It Is believed here that the city may be destroyed
by fire. After live hoars of steady tiring the bombardment
was stopped at the request of the Powers
to allow foreign consuls and other non-combatants
to leave the city.
Vp to the time of this interruption the tiring had
been continuous since sunrise.
80UTARI REPORTED TALLEN.
IDj Ftdtral Wlrrltu
LONDON. February 4. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) An unconfirmed dispatch
from Tho Haguo says that Ben-tart
Tho Montenegrins, personally commanded
by King Nicholas, besieged tho
city slnco tho war began. The Montenegrins
ronowod their attack, simultaneously
with tho reopening of tho
Bulgarian bombardment of Adrlanoplo.
Oreoce also Is making a demonstration
Both sides In the straggle aro barring
war correspondents from tho firing
lino and tho censorship on what few
dispatches thoy aro able to send out
fa of tho strictest.
(Br Federal 'Wlrtltes TeleirPl.)
NEW YORK, Tcbrunry 4. (Special
to Tho Advcrtfsor) Paul Farrcll, a
janitor, confessed today that ho sent
to Bcrnand Horrors, last Sunday, tho
bomb -which resulted in tho death of
.Mxs. Hcrrcra nnd sorious injury to
Ilerrcra and Miss Fughtman, a boarder.
Then iTarrcll furnished tho polico
with other information, calmly reciting
that ho sent tho bomb which killed
Airs. Helen Taylor, a year ago, adding
that Airs. Taylor was bis daughter.
Next Farrcll solved the mj story surrounding
tho Bonding of a bomb last
year to Judge Otto Rosalsky.
Finally ho explained tho death of
"Kid" Walker, slain itf 1007. Ho
slew Mrs. Taylor, ho said, becauso sho
was his daughter and had gone wrong.
"Kid" "Walker was killed, ho declared,
by a man named Lestrange, because
Walker had caused Mrs. Taylor
The attempt on Judge llosiilsky's
life, ho added, was made becauso tho
Judge had sentenced a criminnl, unnamed,
to twenty 5 ears' imprisonment.
Tho bomb was sent to tho judge by a
man known to Parrell only ns "Tony."
Horrcra's life was sought, Parrell
said, because Herrera had said ho
would discharge him from his job as
rnrrell was employed in the apartment
where Herrera is superintendent.
t.'tr Federal Wireieis Telesraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, February 4.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Mrs.
Taylor, chief stewardess of the Pacific
Mail liner Mongolia, was arrcstod
as a smuggler by government agents
w lien the -vessel was boarded nt
upon its arrival from 'tho Orient
Tho arrest wasmade on information
received by cable- that Mrs. Taj lor had
smuggled a largo quantity of opium
from the ship at Honolulu. She was
pursued by the customs men there in
an automobile nnd tho opium seized.
The stewardess, who has been on tho
Mongolia for more than two years, domed
that she had opium in her possession
when bIio left tho ship at
but admitted that sho had taken
off some laces, but had returned
-them to tho ship.
Mrs. Taylor will bo given a preliminary
hearing before United States Commissioner
(H Federal WIreleu TelrtTanh.)
WASHINGTON, February 4. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) President Taft
announced today that ho will proclaim
tho income tax amendment a part of
tho United States Constitution as soon
ns tho state department receives official
written notification from three-fourths
of tho States that their legislatures
Tiavo -ratified tlTo measure.
When tho income tax amendment
becomes part of tho constitution direct
tax upon, incomes of more than
fivo thousand dollars yearly is expected
to contribute ono hundred million dollars
to the support of tho general government
annually. Tho tnx applies to
corporations, firms and persons.
'Rr Federal WIreleu Teleirapb.V
LONDON, February 4. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The "Express
a political sensation in the resignation
from tho Reform Club of David
Lioyc George, chancellor of tho
nnd Winston Spencer Churchill,
first lord of the admiralty. They havo
leon mciribcrs of tho club for several
Tho Reform Club is tho stronghold of
liberalism and its membors include tho
prime minister, Asquith, nnd all thoso
prominent in the party.
Tho reason for the resignation of
Iiloyd George nnd Winston Churchill
has not been disclosed, but strong efforts
aro being made to induce its withdrawal.
. 4 .
(By Federal WIreleu Telegraph.)
MEXICO CITV, February 4. (Special
to xho Advertiser) "I lied to the
American government for ten months,
telling them than the Mexican revolu.
Hon would be over in six weeks. I
was forced to invest my diplomatic
mission with a uomins and mask."
This statement was made by Manuel
Calero, formerly Mexican ambassador
to tho United States, during tho di.
cubsion of tho loan measure in tho senate
labt session, Ho continued:
"The truth is that tho department
of hnynco has not paintod tho situation
ns it really is. Wo should speak tho
truth though it destroys ui. The truth
is that the situation is desperate."
Scnor Calcroa' speech created a tremendous
sensation umoug thoso pre
Krnesto Mndcro, minuter of finance,
ri'plled, culling Caloro "an indiscreet
'ambutitador nnd a bad financier."
Deiponilcnt over the Ion of a
fortune in peculation, Samuel
Newbcrger, once a jirosperoui jeweler,
ended Ins life in tho balcony of n New
Vnrk theater during the performance.
He drank polaou.
tlAWAUAN Gtftmii. MIIPAY. ITHHlVKN 7, IMJ - M M ll'n
DRIVE TURKS FROM EUROPE.
In Pans, wnoro ho Is today on his
way back to Bulgaria, Doctor Danoff
is quoted as saying that Bulgaria will
now drive the Turks from Europo forever
if It takes her last dollar and her
It was stated hero today that tho
Allies plan an early attempt to capture
Constantinople wlrh tho Greek fleet
making an attack by sea. whilo Bui
garians, Qreeka and Servians will flank
th OalllpoU Peninsula and storm from
tho roar tho Turkish forts commanding
Tho Allies will demand a cash indemnity
from tho Turks of fivo million dollars
for each day the renewed war
continues, besides tho two hundred million
dollars indemnity already demanded.
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APPEAL TO PRESIDENT.
(Br Federal Wlrelesa Telesraph.)
WASHINGTON, February 4. (Special
to The Advertiser) Three woman'
suffrago lenders successfully ran tho
gauntlet of doorkeepers nt tho White
House today nnd confronted President
Taft with their request for a guard of
soldiers, 'sailors and marines for their
parado hero March 3, nnd tho granting
of a to women
in tlio government departments
who may wish to make tho march to tho
The President promised to discuss the
question with his cnbinet.
The suffrago leaders who mndo tho
request wore Mrs. Holen Gardner, Mrs.
Alice Paul and Mis Glynn. Senator
Sutherland, of Utah, introduced them
to tho President.
TO INVESTIGATE CHARGE.
(rtr Federal Wlrelena Telegraph )
WARHTX'riTnV. TVlirnnrv 4. CRim.
cial to The Advertiior) Charges i of
corrupt practises in tho election of Senators
Clurcuco W. Watson and William
11. Chilton, of West Virginia, in 1911,
were taken up today by the senato
on privileges nnd elections.
Neither Watson nor Chilton was present,
but they filed a statement refuting
tho allegations contained in a memorial
signed by Governor William E.
Glasscock and other West Virginians.
L. G. Sctiock, n member of the West
Virginia house, is quoted as charging
tlint ho was given $3000 and promised
$1G,000 more if ho would voto for Wat
son ana Chilton.
ARREST ON CHARGE OF
SMUGGLING IN JAPANESE
'Br Federal lre.eg leierrapn )
SAN TRANCISCO, February 4.
(Special to Tho Advortisor) I'ercival
Farnell, employed by tho Matson Navigation
Company on tho steamer Lur-
line, was arrested this afternoon when
tho vessel docked hero from Honolulu
nnd charged with attempting to smuggle
three Japanese aliens into this city.
The Japanese wero also talcen into custody
and will bo deported.
BLOCKS SALE OF BONDS.
NEW YORK, February 4. (By Associated
PresB Cable to Star-Bulletin)
In his efforts to secure a municipal
subway, for which ho has beon fighting
for several years, William Randolph
Hearst today, through his attorneys,
obtained an injunction, blocking completely
the sale of three hundred million
dollars worth of city bonds to
Morgan and Company. Tho injunction
was granted Hearst just half
an hour before tho contract would have
been signed by the bankers and representatives
of tho city.
HOLD UP APPOINTMENTS.
WASHINGTON, February 4. (By
Associated Press Cable to
Democratic senntors today blocked
more than 1800 civil appointments
mndo bv President Tnft, and dcclaro
that they w.. vote down every appointment
Mr Tnft may make between now
and the end of his term.
Ij. Anrnn. n traveling salesman for a
i Pan Franeieo home, returned on the
llonolulaii lait ttveulug. "Moao and
Anroii" Is a term which hotel iieonlo
nnd client hero nnd nlaenliere dub Mr.
Aaron and nit Intlmuto friend named
Momii. alio n snlrsinm. both of whom
j are well known along their routes.
CONSTASTINOl'UitWIlWlIIWLGAltS CUiUM T1IISY WILL SOON UN-
nut as victonb, and run two usadmis DwmwiNa ivukuvs isr
STAND AGAINST INVADING AUAHS.
; : j 11 says counsel
BQSPOS.UtSr3 '-' ,VAi3 J
(By redcrnl Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, February 4.
(Special to Tho Advortiser)
Wnr between Venezuela and Co-
lombia over tho disputed harbor
of Maroa is threatened todny.
Both countries havo forces
massed pn tho edge of tho
puted territory and a clash is
imminent. Both governments
have been warned thnt if
trouble comes tho United States
will promptly intervene.
(Bv Federal Wlreleta Teletrarh.l
SAN FRANCISCO, Februnry 4.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) -Tho All-Hawaii
crnck polo team, that is to meet
tho pick of the Pacific Coast in a Borics
of tournaments for tho Coast champion
ship, nrrived horo from Honolulu on
tho steamer Mongolia this morning.
The players who made tho trip aro,
Sam Bnldwin, Harold Cnstlo, V. F. Bald
win nnd Arthur Rice. Cnpt. Walter
Dillingham, who will bo in command
of the field, has been hero for Borne
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SAN FRANCISCO, February 5.
(By Associated Proas Cable)
Pugdom is much interested in tho
fact that "Gunboat" Smith and
Jack Lester wore matched horo
yesterday for a fight of twenty
rounds on February 28.
SENATOR GETS TEN YEARS.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 4. (By
Associated Press Cable to Star-Bulletin)
Marshall Black, state senator and
ono of tho closest friends of Governor
Johnson, was sentenced to servo a term
of ten years in tho state prison for cm
bezzlcment. Black was convicted of
robbing tho Palo Alto Loan Association
of which he was a prominent official.
TO DISTRIBUTE ALIENS.
WASHINGTON, January 18. Dis
trlbution of immigrants through the
aid of federal immigration stations at
interior points would be made possible
through a bill passed by the senate today,
and already passed Ly the house.
Tho measure appropriates $7(5,000 for
tho establishment and maintenance of
a station at Chicago, and authorizes
tho secretary ot and labor
to establish such other interior eta
tions as he considers necessary. The
bill is tho result of continued efforts
to relievo congestion at Now York and
other ocean ports and to send imml
grants into farming communities. Un
der its provision the secretary of com
merco and labor is authorized to jond
government oiliccrs with tho immigrants
to make euro that they arrivo
at the desired destination.
MJsj Inez Milliolland of Now York
city is to lead the suffragist parade In
Washington on March 3. Wearing the
livery rf a licnild of mediaeval time,
MUs Milliolland will rnlo down Pcnn
syhunia avenue, preceding a band
inodo up of women, which in turn will
lend a troop of women on horseback.
Arrangements have been mado to havo
hundred striking women gar
incnl workors from New York and llal
timore march uttired in tatters and
iug$ In-hind a float depleting the in
Juitieo of the "sweat shop" system.
CAN MAKE GUAYAQUIL SAFE.
WASHINGTON, January 20. Col.
William C. Gorgas, head of tho sanitary
work in tho Panama Cannl Zone, arrived
horo today from Guayaquil, Ecuador,
whero ho went recently to prcparo
plans for cleansing that port, known
for many yoars past aa tho "pest holo
of tho Pacific." Col. Gorgas will present
his report to Secretary Knox to'
"I found conditinos at Guayaquil
similar to thoso which wo met at Havana
when wo went thoro somo jcars
ago to rid it of fovor," Colonel Gorgas
said. "There seems to bo no reason
why Guayaquil cannot bo mado ns snfc
a harbor from tho health point of viow
as any other. Tho peoplo thoro realizo
tho importnnco of cleaning up if they
want to enjoy tho benefits to bo derived
from tho commcrco of tho cannl.
"The first thing tho city needs is a
pipe lino giving a pure water supply. I
found in the hospitals seventy cases of
plague. This diseaso will bo eradicated
with tho yellow fover when bettor sanitation
is secured. Guayaquil is in a
strategic position. It is tho only port
in Ecuador to get a largo trade from
tho surrounding upland country, which
is thickly populated and rich in resources."
LOGAN REPLACES THOMAS.
There will bo no transport from Manila
during tho month of January. Tho
Thomas has been hold nt Manila for
repairs, and it is not thought thnt sho
will bo ready to sail for two or throo
weeks. Tho Logan, which is now on its
way to Manila, will take tho place of
tho Thomas, returning as soon us she
is loaded. Tho Thomas will follow tho
Logan immediately, ami ns a result
there will bo two transports out of Manila
during tho month of February.
WAR TO END WHEN
NEW YORK, January 28, "Wo will
never have peaco until the women vote,
for only mothers understand tl'O true
value of human 1'fo." said Dr. 8 Jose-
phino Bakor, child hvgione expert of
the department of health, yesterday at
the Woman's Political Union. Doctor
I'nl.er said that child conservation was
. nmparativcly new in tho United States.
Wo hud begun to think nbout forest
and river concrvation lone before we
d-d anything about the children.
Trance had hid the question of saving
balies forced upon her bv n declin
ing birth rate nnd England bad
nt the time of tho Boer war.
Germany as well as France and England
Is now conserving the health of
the school child.
i Doctor Baker imld sho had been a
suffragist since she became convinced
that women would examine carefully
into tho character of the men they
elected to office, since no wpmari is in-
different to the health and happiness
i of her children.
A regiment of Hoy ScoutB of America
will attend tho inauguration core
I ironies of I'runMunt Woodrow WiIpoii
in Washington, tho largest delegation
i Koing from New York, and other from
lioitou, iiilllnlo, Pittsburgh, PhilnUcl
phis, nnd probably a company from
Chicago. Thoy will bo chiefly hoys
who have won honor medals, Thoy will
not tnko part in tho Inaugural parade,
liut will h employod for nieiaonger
nervire, signaling, first aid, mid the
FOR THE MASTERS
(From Wendncsdny Advertiser)
That the strikers nre going to win
ngninst the company hands
down is still tho opinion of. their counsel,
Jiidgo Humphreys, nn opinion vigorously
oxprcdsed ns only lie can
it. In tho opinion of Jiidgo Humphrey
s, the strikers cannot teach tho
Inter-Island directors 'nnd officials
sciibo, but thoy can "lop off tho
fingers with which they seek to
clutch tho throat of honest labor."
Tho nttornoy for tho captains nnd
mates who havo resigned does not
how tho fight is to bo won, although
ho is emphatic in his denunciation
of tho vague reports in circulation
hinting nt concerted violence on tho
pirt of tho men who havo walked out.
"I mu glad to seo thnt Tho Advertiaor
credits us with better scuso than to
resort to bucIi tactics' bo sanl yesterday.
Tho Reckless Rich.
"In spite of tho venomosalivnry of
whoso aro tuken for
wise-heads, tho masters nnd mates have
their fight practically won," ho declares,
"though it is'not fairly begun,
nnd beforo wo nre through with it,
thcro won't bo enough Kennedy left to
miiko n Scotch broth for a small sized
fnmil). There isn't capital enough in
these Islnnds to break tho principlo for
vnIucIi wo nro fighting, but there is principle
enough behind our fight to boro
portholes through capital's bullion. Wo
propone to tench tho reckless rich, the
merciless millionaire, who nevor smiled
at the birth of n bountiful boy, nor shed
a tcir nt tho death of a gobd woman,
thnt tho man who fights for bread is
the equal and more of tho man who
fights for dividonds.
"Wo proposo to lot this community
and tho country know that wo nro fighting
concreted biio, possessing neither
brains nor bowels, and incapublo of
cither reason or remorse. Wc cannot
teach these peoplo sense, becauso they
can neither think, nor seo, nor hear,
but wo can nnd will chisel holes in
their bronro hcndB nnd let tbq air out,
and with tho help of God and our un-bought
souls, wo will lop off, with dull
knives, the Briaroan fingers with which
they seek to clutch tho throat of honest
Willing to Try.
"Wo will let them know thnt wo nro
not of those who wish for Buercss, that
we nro of thoso who try for succcbs:
that not ono of us is a wishcrmnn, who
clings to tho shoro, but thnt eaeli of
us Is n fisherman, willing to brnvo and
kink our leaden lines in the
of tho deep.
"The last supply of mannu was ox-Imitated
thousands of venrs ago. Tho
Bibllcnn rnven has disappeared. Its
modern prototvpo can scarcely provido
its own food. The car of Providence
manngos to catch most of tho prayers
of misfortune, but there is neither
sympathy in heaven nor pity on earth
for tlo invertebrate who will not holp
"Wo will neither romiiromiso nor
cringo, nor fnwn, nor flrtter.
"Wo will help oiireelver. Wo will
fight within tho limit of tho law, nnd
bv tho dlctuto of decency, nnd wo will
win as surely ns thcro is a God in
CHINA HAS NEW
CODE OF MANNERS
IIONOKONG, January 18. A code
of manners has been issued by President
Yuan Shl.Kul of Chiiu, liicludlng
the following article;
1. To salute, take off tho hat, and
2 At Important ceremonies Fiieh n
(uncrnis mnrriagua nnd national
tako ufT the hat and low throo
3. At everyday ceroinonles, take off
tho lint and bow onro,
i. When meeting in the street, tako
off tho lint without bowing.
C, Women hunt ohey nrtielos 1 and
2, but thoy will not Uk. olT their bats.
Tho samo ilocri'o flxra tho stylo of
in i! ii nnd woman' costume.
InteMsland Strike Has Not as
Yet Intcrefcred With
ONE CAPTAIN CAME BACK
Men Claim Events Will Soon Show
Balance Tipping in
(From Wendncsdny Advertiser)
Declaring that tho end of tho fight
hnd not jet como nnd thnt tho advantages
in tho struggle wero moro on
their slflo than was appnront, tho striking
mantcrs nnd mates of tho
Steam Navigation Company
failod to effect a of the
company's stonmcrs vestorduy. Fivo
vessels sailed according to tho schodule
mado up tho day boforo. Tho striker's
attltudo Intimates that thoy bellovo tho
company has strained to its furthest
point of resistance or will soon roach
it nnd that then tho scnles will
toward thoir sido.
It was a fecturo of yestorday's
howovor, thnt nono of tho
vessels that sailed wore captained by
any of tho mainland oiliccrs brought
down boro ns a reserve by tho
officials. Tho situation now appears
to hingo on whether tho maliluni
othcers can bo put on tho bonts with a
proper degreo of safety, or whether it
will bo found necessary to employ only
thoso schooled to Hawaiian navigation.
Tho harbor is plainly depending on tho
Mnuna Loa Loads.
Ono of tho first vessels to leavo
was the Mnuna Loa undor
of Captain Simersou. who was
ono of tho first to assure tho company
of his lovnlty. Captain Mnnsfiold, who
leaves n mate's cabin in tho Niihuu to
take command of tho Iwnlnui, followed
Simorson out in that vessel.
In tho nftornoon tho Nooau, commanded
by captain Woir, who already
hold captain's papers, although ho was
previously employod ns a matoj tho
Kinnu, under command of Captain
Gregory and tho Miknlmln, undor command
of Captain Nappala, sniled.
Cnptnln Nnopnla, it Is understood,
turned in his resignation with tho rest
of tho men on Monday butsovoral hours
later returned and withdrew it. A. S.
Humphreys, counsel for tiio harbor,
characterizing Nnopnla 's action in sarcastic
phrase, yestorday stated of him
thnt "ho Teslgnod immediately nftor
lunch but got hungry at dinner timo
nnd tooic it back."
"Commodore" Uncertain Quantity.
Much interest was yosterday manifested
in tho nttitudo of Captain
innn of tho Mnuna Kea, "commodoro"
of tho fleet. His resignation
wns looked for, but nt six o'clock last
night he announced tlint ho hnd not
It is probable tint ho will
on tho company's sido. If this
is tho enso tho problom beforo the company
today wijl bo mainly solvod by
tho dispatch of tho Kilauea under his
Tho Kilauea is taking tho Maunn
Ke.a run to IIIlo and wny ports and is
tho only vessel scheduled to sail today.
It is understood that almost all of tho
now mon nro being Bent out on tho
eels as mates with tho exception of a
fow to reserve horo ns commnndors in
possible emergency. This intention of
further schooling tho newcomers to local
waters, points to tho present principal
policy of tho company of strengthening
its defenses as much as possible.
Meetings Aro Hold.
Meetings wero held by both sides yesterday,
but no dovelopmcnts arose out
of that of tho men, Tho company's directors
and executivo officers met in the
afternoon to discuss matters of routine
arising out of tho strike nnd, it is
camo to conclusions regarding
tho week's program.
Friends of tho strlkors yosterday
stated that a number of the mainland
ofllcors hero for tho company could not
bo found by it yesterday whon thoy
wero called for, but this could not bo
Under a Strain.
Whether this was so or not, it was
plainly observed yestorday that tho
company v.'ns working undor strain, although
tho hnrbor routine was maintained
after a fashion during tho day.
The steamer Wnilelo was shifted to tho
Alakea wharf to load gunnies in tho
afternoon, Captain Weir piloting her
across from tho Inter-Island section of
wharves. Upon making hor fast, how.
ever, ho was called for in a rig and
taken back to tho other wharves, tho
trcw, many of whom wero Japanese,
proceeding to load gunnies in a desultory
fashion, under no direction, thcro
being no officer on tho ship.
Captain Rogor Allman, who succeeded
John I. Haglund as port captain,
commenced his duties and is now acquainting
himself with tho routine
Much of tho responsibility of smooth
procedure rests upon his shoulders nnd
the success nttonding tho company's
operation yesterday In faco of tho
strike, was due in somo degree to him.
CURE YOUR COLD NOW.
Do ,vou know thnt moro real danger
lurks in a common cold than in any
other of tho minor uilmciitsl Tho
aufo wny Is to tako Chamberlain's
Cough Homedy, n thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid vourself of tho
mid as quickly aa poielblo. This rem.
odv is for salu by Benton. Smith Si Co.,
J. til., nguuti tut Hawaii.
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