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VOL. VL, NO. 115. HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913. SEMI WEEKLY. .aAVHOLE NO. 3805.
PHYSICIANS QUARREL OVER RIS CONDITiQN
Cardinal Waits to Give
Last Sacrament of
Intimate Friend Says His
Deah Is Now Very
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15.
(Associated Press Cable) Official
information given out at the Vati-
can at seven o'clock this morning
: (XueoJay) states that Ills Holiness
tho FOpo is in a less critical
tion and that a dccldol turn for
the better has been noted.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
P.QME, April 14. (Special to The
Advertiser) Tho Pope's ,fover is
mounting rapidly, registering 103 tonight,
The Vatican is greatly alarmed.
Fro'fcrsor Marchlafava. found tho
Popo suffering from a hemorrhage tonight.
..This could indicate 'incipient
pncuiiionja or infglit aimply be a coughing
fit.' .The Pope was nlono with attendants
vvhti the hemorrhage capiu nujl
bls'phyklflanirjond dVt'iri vyere hastily
.The, guards'obout' the'sick room' have
been" l.oubled and. two 'beds havo been
proparod in. nn anteroom for night
watchers, Doctpr Mnrehiafava will
Bpend the night at tho Vatican'.
Denpitc tho nsenrances ofitho physicians
th,a( they expect his Holiness to
recovr,an intimate friend of tho l'ope,
upon lenving tho Vatican" tonight, predicted
'his deatli soon,
Itoports of hts condition as issued by
Doctor Mnrchlnfnva and Doctor Ainlcl
differ. Doctor Amicl spent Iho night nt
tho Pope's bedside. I to declared that
when bronchitis caused tits or coughing
and, bloody expectorations, symptoms of
pneumonia were present. The two physicians
have differed piofessionany over
tho rope's cneo and arc said to lime
Passed Tranquil Night.
Tho'vfo)lowing bulletin was issued today
signed by Doctors Mnrehiafava and
"Tho Papo passed tho night tranquilly.
Thcrd was no fover this morning
and Ids general condition is good,"
Symptoms of hardening of the
Papal Becrotary Merry Del Vnl today
ordered the Swim Guards to search the
Vatican and expel every one not having
Father Vives Ytuto, tho Pope's confessor,
was with tho Pope for
minutes dust night, supposedly hearing
confession. Today ho was constantly
near tbp bedside.
An automobile is in readiness to
transport Cardinal Vannutelli, who is
tho Penitentiary Major and must administer
the last sacrament to the Vatican,
L Making a Shroud.
Tho Pontiff's sitters are making a
large ehrotlij for their brother, but he
does not know of their labors. They
visited -the "Pope today.
-A ..crisis in the Pope's condition rt
expected vlthln hours. If
he survives another day, the physicians
believe lie may live for months. Heart
stimulants including digitalis are inject,
cd regularly resulting in a lowering of
the tempcraturo and pulse movement.
WIN THE WAGES
;. GF SIN IS DEATH
(By Tedoral Wireless Telegraph.)"
CHICAGO, Apri 14, (Special to
The Advertiser) Statistics showing the
number pf girls who dlo in Chicago
hospitals following illegal operations or
who, commit suicide, following their betrayal,
were read by Coroner Hoffman
before the legislative -wee probe committee
today. Hoffman recommended
that the State or tho separate counties
maintain homes for wayward girls
snout (o upcomo mowers.
He. said I "Wbv should not a unrictv!
that welcomes their bet ravers care for'
these girls in an institution maintained
eoUj for tLat purpose!"
REPORTS SAY RE
I cnllp.ntlary .' ajor, prepare;! to administer (extrcme uuelion should ' the Tope
&-U grow worse; '
Row "he Will Ruin No More Girls"
SO ojs s
Chicago Tailor Found Beaten to Pulp
(By Pederal Wireless Telegraph)
CHICAGO, April, 14. (Special to
The Advertiser) "This is a fit iato
'or tho bsast who ruined a joung girl.
Ho will ruin no more.'
Thjs note, found by the bedside ot
George Diotz, ,i rich ladies' tiilor, was
'ho unly ilno to one of the bloodiest
murders wliith has stirred Chicago in
Diejz was found by Ids wife, when
SiJc Glove Versus Practical Policies
? s O X20
Daughters of Revolution in Session
(By Federal Wireless Tolograpli)
WASHINGTON, April U. (Spectil
to The Advertiser) With tho bang of
tho gavel, directing her nuthority
ior tho last time over tho
thousand ntsombled delegates, Mrs.
Matthew Scott, president general of
tho Daughters ot the American
today callid to crder what promised
to bo ono of tho hottest political
Belgian Strikers Appeal to Soldiers '
OS - S , 2 $
Say "Do Not Fire on Your Brothers'"
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph) t
BBUSSKLS, Bcljrlum, April 11.
(Spccia. to Tho Advertiser), Moro
than 350,000 Socialist? and Unionists
quit work hero today as the result of
n great strike for universal sutlragc.
Ono hundred and fltty thousand
wefq first to lay down their tools
nnd it is believed that by Wednesday
iroro thin 500,000 workers will lo out.
In pieparatlon for trouble, 40,003
troops nro ready for nction, but it is
believed that many reglmcuts nro per
KILQHANA ART LEAGUE
Slneo It was learned tint a public
hearing on thu Kaiulani l'ark
Bill will Lo given, thitcallod by
tho Kiiohaua Art Leigue and the'
Civic Federation tomorrow afternoon,
has been called oh".
Those who expected to be .at
this meeting are asked, by ioth
tlin nn'liAnr firiln nn.l thn 1!v1a
Federal on. to attend thn Cinitcl
meeting todny at 1 alf.pust thrco.
she nrosri todny. His skull was beaten
to h pulp add his body pounded with
n hammer until it was a mass o(
bruUes .and broken bones. Diets wai
wealthy and lived in an apartment
house, which ho owned. Ho was fifty-nine
'fhu pollco know nothing of the affair
of tho voting girl referred to in
the supposed slayer's noto, but nro investigating
his past ljfe, hoping thus
to get a clue to his murderer.
congresses of tho society. "Sil't
I glove" policies crsus "practicnl" pol'
I tries, despito tho appeals from the mem
bers "nack homo" that, they oo subordinated
to n genera)
wcro the business of the day.
The leading candidates for President
General Scott's position are Airs.
Chas. llv Bryan o? Memphis, -Mrs. John
M. Mlilcr Horton tit Now .York and
1 Mrs. Wm. Cummlngs Story.
incited ly tho doctrines of Socialism
and it is doubtful if they would obey
nn 'order for serious action. This fact
is reeoirnizeij by the strfko .leaders At
their hotdquarters, is suspended a great
banner which bears tho legend:
"fcd'dlcrs, do not fire on your brothers."
Frrm Nico, whero ho is staying,
MauMco Maeterlinck wrote to tho
Jitriko leaders: "I heartily Invor your
strlxe against n ministry which
all the ugliness, lowness and
perfidy of tho old Belgian clerical-Jim."
(By I'edcral Wireless Telegraph.)
MADRID, Spain, April 14. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Scores of secret
arrests wero made hcie today, following
the attempt on the life of King Alfonso
by1 Ilafael Sancho Alege, a supposed
anarchist. Alego was cross-examined
closely , today, it is reported, and denied
having any.accompllces or being a mem
ber in any nihilistic organization.
TSON OFF FOR
WILLBE WITH M'OANDLESS
AND WALLER FOR
In response to caLlegram received
yesterday from one of his Washington
lackers, E. M. Watson, tho third ot
Honolulu's candidates for the Democratic
.Humiliation us Governor of Hawaii,
will lcm e this morning by the
St S. Lurlinc, to join Moss.s.
and Waller In the for inspection'
by Secretary of tho Interior
Mr. Watson has heretofore resisted
t.'ic cuggestiohs that he make the trip
to 'Washington, 'jwhon it'becamo knowa
ithnt L. a McCaudh'ss and G. J.
purposed giving, stating that he
would go if cither Secretary Lane or
tho President invited him. Olhcrwiso
ho would stay in' Honolulu, hu said,
because he did uot believe in ".scrambling"
for a position of such high
honor a; the Governorship.
Yesteiduy's cablo to -Mr. Watson ws
not from tlip Prcsicfont; neither was it
from tho socre'tary of tho Interior, but
it was from one eloso enough to both
to make it inadvisable for tho
to 6vcrlook jt. Following the
decision to trncl to Washiucton. Air.
Wntson put In n busy day, propirlng
tor tho trip.
Hn'ess .delayed somotthcro on the
road, Mr. Wnllir arrived in Washington
yestorduy nVid it was probubla his
uppoarnnee m the sceno coupled with
tho fact that ilr. .Ict'nndlcss bad
been oh the ground for n week, that
induced' tho hurry-up messago to Air.
Watson by his Vnrhington kokua.
A hews letter rfrom the Capital Jo Tji
Advertiser, received yesterday and
puliiisliDl 'elstwhcru. in this i.siuo, states
that no appointment mavv be cxpectod
ior some weeks yet, but with the- thrcn
candidates ,ia Washington togpther, it
i. lirabdble that 'onn of 'the three 'will
to chosen wilbiiv itior
Mr. Watson, ittpvntcil"y much r improved
in health,''-.' a Vifitor nt the
l.ouio of.'Teprcsontativc.si yesterday
him tho' privileges oft the lloor.
Muchh speculation was indulged in
among tho members ovrr the Aisit of
I Hr. Wntson, one legi'lator suggesting
that thq nttorney had probably ro
I cclvel (in Intimntfon of Jils coming
polntment to .tho gubernatorial chair
i and thus wished' early to get Into
touch with, theOlawmakiiig bddy.
General Ojeda Flees Across the
Border After Losing: Control
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NACO, Arizona, April 14. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) General Pedro
Ojeda is a prisoner under protection
of the American ling today and tho
Federal post of Naco. tho last station
remaining to the government In the
northern part of: the State, is In tho
bands of tho Souora Costltutionalists.
Ojeda's defense came to an end at
noon, Sunday, when, after defying tho
rebels for flvo days, he attempted to
dash across the American border with
a hnndtul of tils command. Ojeda's
(light was covered by Captain
and fourtcn volunteers, every ono
of whom wan shot, down by tho rebels
as they stood at their posts. Twenty-eight
-Federals are .known to have been
killed and wounded In tho
General Ojeda is being bitterly reviled
by his fellow captives today.
They dcclaro that Ojeda, seeing his last
hopo blasted, fled with a halt dozen of
his oHicern, leaving his men to stand
nlono against tho Ynquis.
E HELD OUT
From, developments yesterday it now
appears that the Territory will be able
to retain thq federal laboratory whoso
cxiitrnco hero is, threatened by a department
of commerce order. An agreement
has been decided upon by territorial
officials which was cabled to the
chief of the bureau. A reply is expected
The basis on w'htch the boaid ot
J health will attempt to secure tho continuance
of the office will be the same
Ins that which existed when the late
Tood Analvst Duncan occupied the
omcc. Duncan was n federal man,
whefe silary wis partly paid by tho
Territory nnd '-who took care of both
QUESTION OF PEARL HARBOR
DRYDOOK COMPLEX ONE,
SAYS BUREAU CHIEF.
"It is a very complex and difilcult
question to consider nnd all our present
inspection of tho Pearl Harbor drydock
will be preliminary only," Bald Hear
Admiral II. It. Stanford, chief ot the
bureau of jurds nnd docks, yesterday.
Tho ndmirnl arrived Sunday on tho
transport Logan, coming hero direct
irom v iisliingtou, nccompnnled by Civil
Engineer Hnrrlss, U.S.N., to Inspect and
study t ha damaged drydock. Alter vis
iting tho Bite vestcrday ho stated ho
would be uimblo to make any stntoment
now concerning tho future of tho dock.
iliero wero ninny phases or the problem
which would huvo to bo given long
nnd serious consideration. He could not
stnto even thu length of tlnio hu would
remain here, but It would bo ns long as
would bo necessary to exhaust every
possible source of information concerning
tho dock site nnd tho bottom, which
has already proven disastrous to tho
At the dock site yesterday with Admiral
Stanford and lhiglnoer Harrlswiis
President S". O. Hindes of tho San
Bridga Company, the contractor
for Iho dock. Today the group of experts
win 1)Q joined by President W. F.
Dillingham of tho Hawaiian Dredging
( ompnny, who returns from tho mainland
in the, Wilhelmliiu.
Admiral Stanford culled upon Admiral
Moore at the naval station yesterday
morning, and nftcr n short Stay
nt headquurtors went to Pearl llnTbor.
BUT CAUSE IS STRONG
(BjvIedcraL Wireless Telegraph)'
LONDON, Aptil to Tho
Advertiser) Too weak to oven fit up
In tho nursing homo where shu s being
cared for. Airs. Kminollno Pank
hurst was declared to bo in a critical
Bank of England Now.
IX3NDON, April 14,(Spcei!il to The
Advertiser) A largo milk cim filled
with gunpowder, was found today
tho Bank of Knglnnd, it had
been placid within tho railing where
a number of employe worked. An
fuso was nttiiehed to the can.
Tho polico Buspect suirrngcttes nro responsible.
SENATE SHUTS DOWN
UN "BAR CHITS"
It wil take, during theso noxt two
years, somo maneuvering to get any
''distinguished visitor" u sllco out of
tho territorial cntcrtnlnmcnt fund, according
to a decision of tho sonatc..
Moreover, if Undo Sam wants to investigate
a territorial department, ho
will havo to foot tho bills himself,
It came up with tho house bill call
Ing for an impropriation of $!!0,000 to
piovido cntrrtninuient for United
States scrijtors nnd representatives nnd
other djSingulshed visitors. Scnntor
Chillingworth had secured from tho au
ditor a list of expenditures out of tho
last fund and tho solans read It with
In the Arst placn thq accounts showed
that over tSOOO ".ad been spont during
the Fisher investigation. Of this
"m, n tcnp"rapher bid netted over n
thousand dollars, whllo eight hundred
or nine hundred dollarH nt a clip wcro
extracted tor tho tours on other islands
to sizo up conditions nt first hand.
Then tlio other "distinguished visi
tors" came In. une item imlirutcil
that a doctor was presented with a
twenty dollar bunch of roses on depar
ture, while five and ton dollar items
were scattered all, through for "bar-
elilt" bills. Jhcso had a royal appearance.
So the snate cut the appropriation to
$15,000., Then it chopped out tho clnuso
lor ilistlngulsheil visitors, so that now
tho fund can only be used on real congressmen.
This nction wns taken, howover, only
it nan neon practically decided to insert
In the general appropriation bid
an item to provide an entcrtulnnieut
fund for the Governor,
That Iuis Salgado, the uged Porto
Itiean found dead on the sidewalk at
Merchant street and Upper Iwilcl road
late Saturday night, died from natural
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, April II. (Special
tt. The Advertiser) As tho result of
thu strain of preparing the tnriff bill
nnd engineering it through tho preliminary
stages, Itcprcsentatlva Oscar Underwood
of Alabama, chairman of tho
vwivh nnd menus committee, is confined
to his bed hero today. His physicians
may eomjul liiirt lo remain nbed for several
Bill to Turn Thorn Over to tho
City Amended to Mako
Considering matters rchtlng to thu
Honolulu waterworks, thu Select Oahu
Committee of the senntu lust night took
up tho Investigation of tho Huwaiiau
Klectrlc Company's contract with the
department of public works nncnt Nil-nan
water mid decided to hold a public
meeting on it Thursday evening at
light o'clock In thu sennto chamber.
The contract was not discussed by
(ho members of thu I'oinmittco last
night, but the second resolution directed
nguinst tho sam6 company us protest
ngninst the proposed contract with
thu department of public works to supply
power to it for llvo yeurs, wns given
It was decided that the rnmittco
should recommend that the senate in its
turn recommend that this contract not
be entered into until tho proposition of
turning tliu waterworks over to the
city be finished ono wny or tho other.
Tho committeo felt that It would bu unfair
to thi) city io hnnd it a waterworks
system that was tied up tight
with the Huwuiian I'loctric Company
in n contract for power that is believed
by nmiiy senators to ho usoless.
Tho bill that will turn tho waterworks
over to tho city vvns also taken
up by tho committee, having been referred
to It by tho sonato earlier in
tho day, Several important changes
had been, made or ordered mndo by the
senate. Chief among these was tho
elimination of tho seven sections which
set in advance all tho rates that must
Senator Aletzgcr moved that thesa be
Btricken out on tho ground that It was
unfair to tho city to givo It n system
with so inany strings on it that its
conduct vvns practically dictated for
years to mine. Senator .ludd hiikuaed
this amendment, providing that another
clause bo uddcil which would make the
supervisors respoaslblo for any deficit
that appeared In (ho department and
which would cause tho same to bo mado
up tfom their own general funds. Tho
bill was handed to the committeo with
the idc'i of effecting these changes.
On motion of Senator liicu thu clause
making the trausfer not later than July
1, lOJU, was changed to "not later than
July 1, 11U4," or next year.
Musrs and, not from violenco as was at
first supposed, was tho conclusion
reached yesterday morning by Coroner
Ifoso after a thorough examination ot
tho remains. The bruises on tho right
temple and deep cut on tho lip wero
due to a fall, it is snld.
Fignro, another Porto Itiean, arrested
shortly nftor tho death of Salgado,
mid held on suspicion of knowing something
about tho death, was released
from fall following tho verdict of itote.
Thu battered condition of Figaro's
faro nnd head and his supposed friend
shin with tho dead man, led the police
to believe ho was In somo manner
for tho brulres and cuts on
tlio Inter's body.
!L:?i''ri:zv,'''r,Jl v. r A-,v Ull
. i,- vv
t EMPEROR IN
TokfoV" Reports Popular
Feeling Strong in
Naturalization Test Case
May Be Brought in
T 3f5 f p mmm
TOKIO. April IS. (Associated
Preas Cable) So Important is the
question of tho proposed Allen
Bill of California being
eved by the government and the
peoplo of Japan that the despatch-
ca now being sent to Ambassador
Count Chlnda from tho foreign of-
flee are being personally gone over
and considered by the Emperor.
v Tcallng throughout the Empire
Is running high and the vernacular
v press is exceedingly bitter in its
ENTITLED TO CITIZENSHIP.
(By Fedoral Wireless Telegraph.)
TOKIO, April 14. Special to Tho
Advortlsor) Tho Japaneso cabinet reported!
to the Emporor today that President
Wilson's decisions not to interfere,
with, the California land ownership
legislation, make It necessary for Japan
to present a test 'easo before tho
off th6 United 'States to
nr0vothat Jio' JApancse aro not of
MoafllB;wiglri,arid therefore are en
UtlU'tftt? i"Stlmsb!p in the United
States," f v
WILSON'S' ATTITUDE TACTFUL.
WASHINGTON, April 14. (Special
to Tho Advortiscr) President Wilsou,
talking informally today about pending
land legislation in California, construed
by tho Japaneso government as
intimated that since his last talk
with Vlscotint'Cbinda, the Japanese ambassador,
some changes had been made
In tho proposed laws which might quite
solve, the situation. Tim President added,
hovvovor, that lia'uld not knuw
Japan's ,1.1. -T-.1 view ,, of ...... tho alterations, ... !.- 'v. t
ira jTresiiionr, nam no icir no nan no -v I
rlcht to intorvonn nirntnst tlm umlnnht. J
cd constitutional nowrrs of the State
of California, but that, as an
uul, and also as President, in view Cf
his relations to foreign co'untrles in
that ofllco, ho. wns at liberty to seek
counsel in California and givo intimations
of 'what ho thought would be just.
Iffl llfllil lift tin.l liiinn triinrr in An ihtt
in nn fnrffiil ftn.1 ng nrnnnr n tvnv n l
. ..MM . I'.V.'V. "...J
ho could and was not without hope thtt
tho legislation might bo affected by his
SACRAMENTO HEARS PROTEST.
SACRAMENTO, April 14. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A protest direct
from Japan, against tho Alien LanTl
Bill, that would nfle tho rights ,of
Japanese -subjects in California, 'was
rend in tho sonato today. It vrai'a
cablegram, signed by tho Osaka Je's?,
and read ns follows:
"Japanese pay profound respect to
tho noljlo spirit of America. Hegrct re-posted
bills in your congress. i Wo hope earnestly
you will not pass any bill which
may destroy tho good feeling between
No comment wns made from the floor
,ln' the message wns sent to bo printed
in the "Journal.
NEW FRANCHISE BILL
PASSES THE SENATE
Cautiously, liut with a loss of 'two
votes, 'jthej sonato yesterday morning
passed .tho.iblll granting tho Honolulu
Itnpld Transit and Land Company an
indoterralnnte extension of its franchise.
"".The" bill is tho rejuvenated
which has been
all tho terms agreed upon
' Governor and tho trnnsit
company rnnd tho merchants' association.
J, Thei'samo harmony that now ex-Ms
Inthose -previously disrupted ele
mcntai appeared to reign in the Bcnate.
Onlyiono amendment, almost
in tho bill at third
reading, .hls amendment had
to tho .purchasing of tho system,
whiebstbo' JjIU provided should be
Senators.Brown and Coke both voted
kunalnoTgriWie first call and both voted
no on. therdvotc. Both of thesa
hhdiiion'f oncurred in the report of
the committee recommending tho
ThsJSblUJ'nas sept to the house st
once,i?hero' If passed first reading a
few minutes, later,