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VOL VL. NO. 119 HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913. -SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE MO. 1811
WIS. BUT STARVED
DEATH, SAT PHYSICIANS
-J. P. MORGAN DEAD IN ROME
Wall Street Mourns for
Him Blame Put
(Br Federal Wireless Tsfocnph.)
ROME, March 31. (Spocial to Tho
Advortiscr) J. Piorpont Morgan, tho
famous Amcrlcnn finnncior, died at tho
Grand Hotel hero at flvo minutes after
twolYo o'clock this afternoon.
Tho announcement of his death was
withhold from tho nowspapoTS until
cables had been sent to tho Morgan
banking houses in London and New
Tho end was pcacoful and came whilo
tho great finnncior was unconscious.
Herbert Sattorleo, Morgan's son-in-law;
Mrs. Sattcrlce, Morgan's daughter;
Professor Bastianelli, Doctor Starr,
Doctor Dixon and tho Morgan
party wcro at tho bodsido v.3n tho
For hours botoro his death Morgan
was in n stato of coma. Mrs.
visited her father at cloven o'clock
and again at noon. Throughout tho
morning Mrs. Sattorleo and hor husband
remained in an adjoining room,
waiting tho end.
Doctor Starr declared Morgan's death
-was duo to the strain inc.acntal to his
rocent appearance boforo tho American t
congressional committee, neaaeu Dy
Representative Pujo, which investigated
Amorica's money trusts.
Representatives of Popo Pius, tho
King of Italy and tho German, British
and Grcolc Embassies called at tho
hotel today to enquire into
condition. They were told that ho was
Morgan's death followod a wook of
critical Ulnces. Ho had been practically
Hnc6nscTous since last Wednesday.
Arrivod Very 111.
When J P. Morgan arrived at Na
ples from Egypt ho was brought on a
special train. Ho was palo and
ciated and had to bo helped on and ott
his private car. Despito his apparent'
'he continually puffed big
black cigars. Since his arrival in Rome
four nurses and half a- dozen of Eu-Topo's
most noted specialists were in
constnut nttondanco. Doctors Dixon
and Hnstianclli ordered that ho tnlto a
complete rest except for an occasional
drive; Morgan remained in his rooms.
Could Eat Nothing. ,
On Easter Sunday, tho banker was
etricken with indigestion and weaken-,
d rapidly. Death was directly duo
from the banker's inability to obtain
nourishment from his food. Sinco
Easter his physicians had .been unable
to induce Morgan to cat becauso of a
lack of functional vitality of tho nervo
centers, the refusal of tho muscles of
tho throat to work making it impossible)
for him to swallow. Ho was fed
by injection, but this holped but littlo
Last night it was discovered that
Morgan was not nssimilating oven tho
liquid diet and his physicians know
tho end was near.
Morgan had no illness and suffered
no pain. Ho just wasted awny, simply
liecnuso his body was incapable ot
Knew End Was Near.
Tho great financier knew that ho had
not long to live. When ho arrived at
.Naples from Egypt, Herbert Sattcrlce,
Ms son-in-law, pleaded with him to return
nt once to Now York. Morgan
rofufod, saying ho probably would
tiovcr be able to go abroad again and
wished to say goodbye to his friends
among tho crowned heads of Europo
Tho critical rnndit'nn of the lluuncler
whs withheld uiitll'Snturduy, when it
was admitted by Satterloo.
Tho Orund Hotel wn besieged
by toiirints and reporters inquiring
about hi condition. Ijit nlglit n
bulletin wiih lMied by Morgun's
cinn which ttuteil that ho wan sinking
np'illy, that his iuli wm HO, Mh
ten pent nro 101 mid rcuplriitlon -18,
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say that hereafter tho firm will confino
itsolf strictly to conservative banking
policy devoting but little attention to
In a statement issued hero, Henry
Clews, member of tho Morgan's firm,
blamed Morgan 's nppearnnco beforo tho
house committee which investigated tho
money trust as hastening tho banker's
(Ilv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, MARCH 31.
: OIAL TO TIHJ ADVERTISER)
ALARMING DISPATCHES ARE
. TELLING OF AUSTRIA'S IN-
TENTION TO INVADE MON-
TENEGRO, SHOULD THE LAT-
TER CONTINUE TO BOMBARD
SCUTARI. THESE WERE RE-
OEIVED HERE TODAY.
PALO ALTO, Aprl 1. (By Associated
Press Cablo) Tho
nine from Honolulu won their second
bnbcbill game yesterday, defeating tho
fabt Stanford University team with a
one-sided score. Tno Chinese ran up a
total of seven runs, with fivo hits and
two errors, while tho Collegians wcro
held down to threo runs and four hits.
Seven errors found their way into the
Tho battcrv for tho Chinese was All
Hcong and Kan Yen.
IN TWO BUTTLES
OJr WiWal WirrirM TVeriS.
DUltANOO, Mexico, March 31.
(bpeclal to The Advertiser) Following
a sharp battlo at San Gabriel,
miles north of here, six hundred
federals defeated n band of one thousand
Eighty nlnu nro dead today, follow
I ml' a Imttlo between a
liuuilful of federals and u band of eight
liniuired follower or Currunzu, rebel
Governor of Coiihulla, at Lampatos,
eighty mill tenth of here,
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DAYTON, Ohio, Mnrch 31. (Spocinl
to The Advortiscr) Following complaints
that some dcnlcrs are charging
exorbitant prices, the militia soized all
grocery stores early today. Soldiers
nro guarding tho stores nnd relief
. nre distributing supplies from on
sumo. A record is boing kept of theso
distributions and tho grocers will bo
p.ild n reasonable sum for their foods.
Money Is Needed.
John Patterson, president of tho National
Cash Register Company, who is
directing the rolief work, stated todny:
"The relief committco has all tho
food and clothing necessary at present.
Money is urgently required to put tho!
city in condition to prevent tno out-1
reak of serious diseases nnd rehabilitate
the thousands of homes."
Patterson also wired President Wilson
early toilay: "I am guilty of no
crime. I want no pardon. I want only
iust'co and soniQ federnl action making
Dayton safe from a recurrence of bucIi
a catastrophe ns it has just had." to
Bcliof Funds Slow.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 31.
to Tho AdvertiBOr) Sixty-four
bodies of flood victims wcro in tho
morgue hero today, but only threo of
them havo been identified.
Tho waters which covered central Indiana
nnd Ohio havo receded, leaving
mud and slimo everywhere.
Governor Cox has been advised that
tho situation throughout tho Stato is
"now well in hand."
Japanese and Chinese
o o c o
Americans Helped Them
Indicating tho wido spirit of sympathy is
among tho people of Honolulu for
tho Ohio flood sufferers, tho Chincso and
.Tapaneso of this city yestordny responded
in tho most generous manner to tho
call of distress from tho mainland, accentuating
their donations w,ih
p'ong of gratitudo for what Jtho citizens
ot tno united atntes havo dono w.tho,
past for' theso countries in times 'Of pressed its sympathy, and that of their
aster. countrymen here, for tho sufferers in
J .... tho States, and stated that not only was
As treasurer ot tho relief r j
com- (h,s for thp rclicf of t,,0 flo()( v,t,
nnttoe of the Uucltcye Club Rov W. D. but also an expression of appreciation
Westcnolt, yesterday afternoon, for- for tho aid whicli tho United Stat has
warded, through tho IVrst National e,tpndod to tne Chinese nt the timo of
Rank, to Governor Cox of Oliio, $2000 rwr floa dier recently,
for tho rclicf of tho Hood sufferers. This Queen Also Contributes,
makes a total of; $7000, which has al-! .,,,.,
ready gono forward to help those who1 Ul Il8f of BUuscrlptions reported by
need it in this timo of disaster. i;Mr- Westorvclt ami Mr. Cottrnl yes-
In tho senate yesterday tho Jonlnyi ns fo lows:
propriating $10,000 to tho flood s lerers Queen Lllluokaloni $100.00
passed final reading and went to tho Mnrlt Robinson 100.00
house, where it will bo acted upon , C- V' lauhea. . . 10.00
m.,i fi.n,, r. 4 i, n..o.... I'ortugiieso Congregational Sun-
tor his signature. I
rnnsiilnrolilft mnnmr a 1,,1I :
to the relief fund through Tho
tiscr yesterday and theso contributions
will bo fully acknowledged in
Chincso, Too, Respond.
Mr. Westervelt, who with Charles A.
Cottril constitute tho committco of tho
imcKeyo Ulut), reports that with tho
trnding of tho $2000 yesterday there is
still $r00 left in tho bank and about
$1.j0 moro which is roliably plodged,
uoaiuc auuiwons to tno
fund, amounting to about $200. Thero
SPREGKLES M BERLIN AND PAGE
FDR ID10N NAMED Btf PRESIDENT
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Money is needed through the flooded
uisiricis oi vinio very natuv. uuiy
$23(5,000 was received by tho relief
although more thnn $1,250,000
had been subscribed throughout tho
Rehabilitation is progressing Tapldly.
There is from four to five foot of slimo
tho streets of tho west sldo of
Illinois City Alarmed.
SHAWNEBTOWN, Illinois, March
.11. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho
Ohio river is rising more rapidly than
ever hofore nnd tho Wabash is two feet
higher than nny former record and is
still rising. Women nnd children hnvo
nlready been sent to tho hills.
Two companies of militia nro patrolling
tho city with orders to shoot and
kill any one attempting to loot.
Dispatches from Evansvllle, Indiana,
htivo been received warning Cairo that
tho flood is sweeping down the valley,
doing immense damage.
Appeal to Wilson.
CAIRO, Illinois, March 31. (Special
The Advertiser) Fearing death in
the rising waters, tho citizens of Cniro
are making n gonernl exodus today.
Every effort is boing made to strength-on
tho levees but help is scarco and
nnd President Wilson havo
been appealed to.
Worst in Forty Yoars.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 31.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho Ohio
river is tho highest it has hoen in forty
years bore today. A maximum of seventy
foet is expected.
o o o
Now is Their Turn
also tho fund of $561 from tho
An exceedingly pleasant foaturo of
the day was whon a committco from
tho Chung Wah Merchants' Association,
iomposod of Chu Gem, O- Kim Fook,
Ching Shni, Pang Lum Mau, Lung Man
Chow and Wong Chaw, hunted up Mr.
Wcstcrvclt nnd turned over to him tho
subscriptions from tho Chincso of tho
city. The committee spokesman ox-
ilay School 20.00
Mrs Ii. II. MllTX 10.00
s Cn!tl0 - 00
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John Gulick 10.00
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Japancso to tho Front.
Tho following letter sent to Tho Ad-
vcrtisor from Kditor Shebn, of tho Ha
wn oipo, explains itselt:
"Honolulu, March 31, 1813.
"Editor Advertiser: It ctves mo
trrcat plcasuro to aniiounco that tho
community of Honolulu is
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WALLER NOT DECIDED ABOUT
TRIP WATSON BAYS HE
WILL NOT CIO.
WASHINGTON, March 31.
(Special by Cablo to Tho
tlsor) Secrotary of tho Interior
Lano today Informed your
spondont that ho will mako n roc-
ommendation to Prcsidont Wilson
rogardlnr; tho governorship of Ha-
wail until tho various Democratic
candidatos havo vlsitod Washing-
ton and ho has had a cnanco to sco
"That confirms tlio information had
jfrom Washington bomo days ago," said
O. J. Waller yesterday afternoon, whon
shown tho nbovo despatch to this paper.
"1 -understand that Secretary Lano
wishes to talk over tho Hawaiian situn.
tion with Uiq gubernatorial candidates,
ns well as to look over tho candidates
themselves. I saw tho secretary only a
snort timo ago, howovor, and I do not
know definitely whether ho wishes mo
to uiako nnothor trip to Washington or
"I havo not made up my mind
whethor I should go or not."
Mr. Wallor had several letters from
Washington yostorday and appeared
considerably chcorod with thoir con
tents, although ho told no part of tho
nows they contained for publication.
I Watson Not doing,
Edward M. Wntson, tho third of tho
inreo nvoweu candidates L, L.
boing now on his way to tho
National Capital stated again yesterday
that ho has no intention, especially
at this time, of making a trin to Wash-
; ington. Ho qualified this, however, by
I saying that ho would no if Sceretnrv
Lone personally requested him to, or
wnson sent nun n note to this
I "Otherwise," said Mr. Wntson, "I
do not enro to eo to Wnshlnirtnti n
push mysolf as a candidate. Jly friends
thero uro looking after my interests,
and tho trip is a long and oxpensivo
uiio. iiowevcr, it i am asked by Jlr,
Lano to meet him thoro, 1 "will-go, foi
I am, physically, well able to mako the
.Mr. Watson has received no
by cable, or otherwise, that bin
lresonco in Washington is necessary to
further his candidacy. Ho Ims roceutlv
recoivcil ictterH from n numlior of In-,
lluential men in tho National Canitul
'expressing their cordiul desiro to havo
lum named tho next Oovcrnor of tht
Territory anil nssiirlng him of their sup
Mr. Wntson was smilingly optimistic
ns to his chances for tho governorship.
"I am improving ranidlv in health an.l
can attend to my work ns usual," Jio
said. "I hope soon to bo ontirelv
covered nnd my physician tells mo it
13 n (jtumion oi timo, "
HILO 1'RORK COMMISSION.
William Williamson of Honolulu.
Dr. Harold H. T.lliot, president
of hoard of trado, Hilo.
.Imlgo Archibald 8. Mnhuulu,
district magistrate of Wuialua.
(iovcriior I'roar is oxpocteil to send
the iiiuiil'H of tho three men ubovn to
the senate this morning, asking tho
ul of Unit body for their
us inembors of the illlo
fominisHloii. Tint naming of Judge
Mnluuilii ns a member of the
ii has been urged for tlm purpose of
malting tho I'liiiiiiilsulnii one tyjilcally
f nil peoilo in tlm
uml for the fnrtliur reamu that
I lie nittgistrntn U
fir his nlilllly to iiircfiilly wiiluli
lieu mid get nt tlm bdttiim of
i inemor J'rowr it imInrtooiI to Imvit
nirifiilly rfintlilurtMl tlm iimntM of u
'ii ii or more wtlMtnowii eilliwiit, ineii
H'iiihiI ,i prolwble iiimiiliTn of thtt loin-
nm, but iu Hi) gUi nliuvii In lit)-l.,
, , lu funtMiu lb uiiuitM uf tlm ihiui
ii., Hill ruiiijiriM liiv lly,
I'Iioii1i II. flooding liU, lb" imrt
iiimi. will prulmbly nut I m
,,.ll,llf uf tlltl WHiNliMioil, It is now
H,i irlwiiil lliut h ruwwlMUuu will
look to hi in II aiotl iMlwriinl i.l
i ii'iidui'liuK tUt livigiiiii
IET TOLD in
Another Survivor of
Moi Wahine Wreck
Has Been Found
Korean Sailor Turns Up
In tho person of Han Duck Hyung,
Korean, another survivor of tho famous
Moi Wnhino wreck in tho Moloknt
channel has boon found. Since tho
schooner went down, cut in two,
just two years ngo, until last night, it
was not known that any ono of thoso
aboard her, except Captain Sam Mnna,
had survived. Captain Sam dors not
know yot, nnd will not know until ho
hears tho nows this morning, that whilo
ho was swimming through tho miles of
choppy wntor towards Lanal another
twimmor was near him, struggling for
life, nnd that whilo ho was resting on
Lanal, recovering from his great swimming
feat, ono of his men was lying oa
tho littlo island of Molokini, deliriously
raving from tho effects of tlio hnrdships
ho hnd survived.
Walking upon the footsteps of Officer
nnd Interpreter John Woo, Han Duck
Hyung, n fcobje, crippled man, startled
tho detective department nt tho pollco
station last night. For two years tho
history of this famous wreck has been
tlio history of ono survivor old Captain
Sam but before tho startled
there stood another survivor, who
after boing considered dead and buried
deep in tho Pacific, now makes n
but dignifiod ontrance into History
ns n hero of some magnitude.
Ruined physically by tho most terrific
effort towards self-preservation
heard of in tlio Islands for ninny, many
years, this Korean last night proved
himself to bo n survivor of that tcrriblo
experience, although ho has but a dim
recollection of tho wntcry hell ho went
through after tho schooner wont to tho
bottom, rninmed by the lighthouso ten-der
Ho told his tnlo too circumstantially
to bo doubted.
This story, incredible ns it seems, includes
n swim of twenty-two miles nnd
of an indefinite stay on a barren rock,
whero ho drank suit water until
left him, nnd providential
.Tap'incso fishermen arrived, The story
Han Duel; Hyung tells is different in
many ways from that told by old Sam
Mnna, tho aged Hawaiian hero who
Bwam nlmost a dozen miles himself
limiting a landing.
Tlio Korean wns in
finest detail by Chief McDufllo last
night ns to the beginning of tho voyage,
in nn attempt to determine whether tho
man was an impostor or not. Ho proved
absolutely that ho was not, assisted by
records of tho police Three years ago
tho man was an informer for McDufllo
and a number of men about tho pollco
station last night recognized Bears ho
Was Polico Informer.
Just beforo tlio Moi Wahlno loft Honolulu
on her Iimt crulso, tlio informer
had caused tho raiding of a blind pig,
in which enso ho was tho principal witness.
When tho man was "drowned"
tho ease had to bit dropped. Tho Incident
was reported in Tlio Advertiser
ut the time.
The local Korean community bolicvcd
linn Duck Hyung to liu iloudj tlio
believed lilin dead, Ciiptnlii Snm
mid ho was dead, uml the pollco bo
lloved him dead, so ihiud, in fiirt, that
they nolle iirimsoil his llijuor fiifco for
luck of n wltnesa.
His Strange Htory.
IIAii'h ntory of tlio llrnt part of tlio
trip conforms with the known facts,
Of tin- iielual wriiuk. tiieuklng through
mi iiilerpfulur, lie mild lust iiightt
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