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ciisis that they havo been vainly endeavoring
LANDS NEW JOB
(Hy Wireless TclegranlO
to The Advertiser) Walter MacArthur,
editor of tlio Coast Seamen's Journal,
in San today sent by wire
his acceptance 'of tho post of Uniirsi
States shipping commissioner for the-
port of Ban Francisco, following the
offering of that position to Mm by Sec
cretary of Commerce" Itedfield.
San Francisco's System Is in for
(By FenrarvWfrel?is 'fe'.cgi'aTlt'T
SAX IltANCICO, April
eiil to Tiie Artutiscr)
coiitcrenco with Captain of Detectives
John Mooncy, Chief of Police "White-at
noon issued orders surpendiug eighty.
police olhcors who liavo been accused
by convicted 'Italian bunco men with
tho acceptance of bribes for protection
or for appealing to them not to milky
lovelntions about the alleged br bos.
Captain Moonoy has inudo no secret
of liis belief that tho officers ngiinst
whom the most tcrious accusations havo
been made should lie suspended pending
Tho suspended odiccrs are: Dcctcctivo
Krank INoln, liichmoiid district;
Sergeant Arthur MacPhee, upper
onicor; Patrolman C'has. Taylor, fbrmor
detective; Acting Lieut. James Mc-(low
an, Park district"; Patrolman Louis
I)rolctte, central station; Patiohnan
C'has. Joseph, central station, and
McIIugh, Park station.
This action is admitted to bo but
preliminary to the filing of charges.
! . .
FDR TIME BEING
San FranciSCO OhineSO Get To-
gether and Patch Up
I '4 l "a'l '' 'M'm -J, 1"
tml'" l ri,s L,'"V-J"C ,0"B "ar ,,,nl
' " prt San Pram lsco's Chinatown hi
a tuiiuojl for months, linking, it
rarv to blockade' tlic district with many
extra police, was declared nlf
Under lliu protection of tho authorities
the repiShcntatlves of tho warring tongs
met and ngrecd upon terms of peaie.
This ngreement was later ratified by
the different tongs and the blockade
. . ... .
,ly ,; Kl)nnwili hil tllt,rc ,,ae Lcp
vnned encounters and shooting matches
almosi without number. Tho police be
llevo now that tho belligerents havo
sated th'ir appetite for blood and that
there is no further cnuso for alarm for
the time being at least. A board of ar-
to,ottlc fnturo diltfcultiel, Is
jcrgumzcu and endorsed. - ' r
I s ,
ill SLAVE PROBE
Prominent Long Beach Man Is
Musing Bench Warrant .
'for Him Is Out.
5'ai; S - f isMtrk SrV "i .
ittf Ffitfril WllVrsi Trlrcriph.)
IXJS ANOHLKSAprll 21.-7(91 lecinl
to The A .1 vc$3TjIduWneo fro mi
!h!s homo iinjln'uu'tfa&Iif business of
fJrnrjfo II. IIUroJCLoiig Heath, an.
-JM VisAW sViUV b)' ofllcirg bearing
:i Lcncli warrant lor Ills arrest because
l'o appear In nnsw'er to a sub
oenn to tiefily at tho hcarinz of an
tillered piocurcs, was tho central
today of the White Slavery investigation
Tlio officers nlo carry n subpoena
fcii'Jiianding Uixby to testify beloro
tho (ounty grand jury.
The ease against Jlrs. Josie
charged with pandering, is continue
I until May 0, owing to failuro
of vvltiiossojj to appear. Tho grand
jury investigation proseeded and car J
was taken by officers in charge of witnesses
that they bo permitted to talk
to no one In tho corridors of the tourt
nURLS SCORE TO DEATH
Arms and Legs Found Quarter
Mile Away by Searchers
for the Coroner.
(Hy re.!trnl ylrdi Tolfcrnrh )
ItlVlIIiHIUi:, California, April '-'I.
to Tho Advertiser) Twelve
inen are known today to have perished
as the result of a premature dynnmito
explosion at tho lilvcrsido Portlmd
Cement Company's epiarries at Crest-
more, and it is believed that fifteen to
trnty have lo their lives.
This was tlio rough estimate nude today
when tlis (oroier begin
Ills jury to look into tho case.
Twclro bodies ut that tlmp had Leen
Throughout the motning, wormnen
under tho direction of tho coroner
tearched tho rpiarric. Arms, hanls
aud portious of tin- mutilated bodies
were found twelve hundred feet from
the sccno of the explosion.
- Affording to other laborers, moro
tli.in twenty men were at work in tlio
quarries when tho blast explode 1. Pew
of these have been accounted for. ,
Hawaiian Women Belt ji
Fit for Vote Than Men
Suffrage Meeting Brings;
Out Rousing Sen-,
"Which is the ;bcttcr, nun, the Ha-
wiiilnn man or the Hawaiian womaut"
shouted Mrs. J. M. last night
in the old throne, room of the capltol ,
at the public meeting cnllcii for discussing
the concurrent resolution favoring
"I will nansvvcr, 'the woman every
time,' " continued Mrs. Donsctt.
"Some of ttho women are nioro capable
than many of our brother Hawaiian'
whohavo tho right to vote. The Hawaiian
woman is better prepared to
cast mi honest vote than tho average
Hawaiian man, naiid she will cast an
honest vote if given the oppoitunlty a
voto which caunot.io bought,"
This was u bit' of spirit which enlivened
an otherwise placid consideration
of tho subject at jssuo.
Ionian U jto be credited with
striking fo'rth this spark of fire from
tlio ablo Huwaitim suuragist.
"J- am sitting"! onjjtho fence,"-announced
the lioutJcatiio renrcscntu'tlYcs
"frQin llilo. "should like some information.
I wonder If the women who
favor Uiis movement havo considered
that they will bo subjected to all tho
duties required ot' their brothcjttf That
thoy will be required -to sit on jurlos
for duvs at a time, leaving their babies
to, tho tender mercies of hired nurses,
or elso Imposing them upon tholr friends
and relatives or allow them to shift
for themselves. Havo they thought
Hut tho inquiring member was not
allowed to finish, ns Mrs. Dowsctt took
tho floor and. answered him as man to
man. Whereupon Iteprcscntntivc Lyman
subsided, although persisting to as
sert that ho was still on tho fence.
Eeprcsentatlvo Mooting. -It
was a splendid representative" gather
ing, about evenly divided between
women nnd men. Tho meeting was
to .begin nt half-past seven o'clock!
but It was not until nearly eight o'clock j
that enough had gathered to warrant
Chairman Paxson of tho Oahu
tlon in calling the meeting to order. !
VOL. vl., in;o. us. HONOU.U, 11 All TFRRITOUY, TUF.SUAY, APRIL 25, 113. SI-MI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO. 3808.
OURS, WILL LOSE THRONE BEFORE , CIIOCPMAM UfTDL L. Royal Aviatrix $ m 3 Fall WILSON mm
HE WILL SURRENDER SCUTARI
Hurtles Down From a Dizzy Height '
IS SAYS UN DEAD LINE
Powers Can Have It Only
uy Force of Arms, He
Austria's Rattling Sabres
(Ily I'edcrnl Wiielos Telegraph.)
CT.TTIN.rn, Al.rll 21. (Special
to Tlic Advertiser) "Scutari is
fc from today Jlontencgrm," was "X
tlio defiant reply of Kinjj Jwuiolas
today to tlic laironcnu imitation
to surrender tlio hard Turkish chi
del. Tim King imulc this stale
I tneiit in the eourtv of n speech dc- J-
llvered from the balcony of tho
Among hla niidicnro were tlio If
ministers of the Balkan States, si
who crime to congiatuhto him.
Hvj added: "Should Kuropo
still think of snatching Scutari
! fiom, Montenegro, which has given
lier 'life and lilood to tal.o It,
Kuropo will havo to carry out tho
task by force of arms."
.fn- to' The
Advcrtlfcr) Intonso Irritntiou is evidenced
hqro at t,,c defiant attitl.tle
adopted by King Nicholas to Austria's
notice to acnto tho juFt enplurcd oltj
of Scutari and the press is calling upon
tho government to enforce tlic demand
liy fbno of arm, even though tho move
should precipitate all Jluropc in ii war,
tiio outeouic of which nono tan fore
Other Powers Walt.
Tho Toners thus far hao not signi
tied any Intention of following tho
of Austria to tukc Scutari from
the Montenegrins. Tho strong language
in which tho demand of Austria is
rcuclrv.il, that Montenegro must lcivo
Scutari and that the Powors must see
to it, is interpreted in many circles to
lie a threat that Austria will moo
alone, if necessary. Tho Capitals of
i Kuropo arq watching with interest for
developments which may jet involve
tho Old World in a war so vast as to
make the, hloody war in the-Balkans
only a cut
" Austrian troops are reported as being
massed along tiro Panubo in preparation
for whatever may come.
jurying tho Dead.
Work of burning tho dead in Scutari
continued today. Thero nro ample supplies
of fobd, both for tho people of
thy captured Turkish Btronghold us well
as for tho victors.
Considerable ammunition nlso fell
into the hands of tho Montenegrins.
With theso resources Nicholas is pro
ceeding to prepare to defend his prizo
against tho world, if necessary.
HKIILLV, April Associated
Picss Cable to' Star;iiullctin) Tho
llourso Is (demoralized and the samo
comes from every financial center
of the continent. Diplomats agice that
Austria's uoto has precipitated tho
THE DAIJJTY PKINO ESS SOHAKOWSKY.
JOHANNIHTHAL, Ppland. April 21. to Tho Advertiser)
cess Hthakowsky of llussla, while learning avi itlon, was InjiiiVil hero 'today
and her instructor, Aviator Abramovi tch. was fatally iitiured. when their bi-
piano turned turtle at a hundred-foot
net, a Itussiun, fell with his monoplane
LITTLE NOPE FOR BURIED
(Dj Federal Wlreleu Telerrsph )
I'lNLAYVIIXi:, Pennsylvania, April
21. (bpeclul to The Advertiser)
hone was entertained todov for the
safety of one hundred and twenty inch
, "hu "Cro hatM ,,,,,,er t0M f 'br,
itcnlny us tho result of an explosion
!"' tno Cincinnati mine, of the
Kn,e' "'ver Consolidated Cqat and
Paxson stated the purpose of tho meet-
which was to discuss the concur-'tie.
eldental was not referred to by tho here.( (lencrnl Mitnagcr Schleiiderberg to
chairman, though later attention was' to a lato lionrbiit thirty corpe day refu'ed tn glvo any information
culled to it by Doctor Irwin, who cited '""' bet'" recovered? men concerning tho inuso'of tho explosion
(Continued on Pago Two.) escaped alive. They told horrlblo storle9. or of the probable, number of fatalities.
-1 . ,
rent resolution requesting congrcs to
Call 1L idelllseitD In llppili. wlintlmr tinm.
an should hnave the right of suffrage in
the Territory, and nppropriato tho sum
of fifteen thousand dollars from the fed -
eral treasury therefor. This latter In-
IV1 HlbrU' iUUN
TO DE FREE
Confc535d Dynamiter Earned
munity by Evidonco Given
(Ir tVJfrnl Wlreleu Tclierah )
LC)S ANHCI'K?, April 21. (.Special
tp Tho Advertiser) Orfio L
confetsed dynamiter, w ho tnriio 1
h'tato's evidence, will bo a free man
Within n month, according to apparently
ii ell-founded reports here todJy.
Kor two years MrManlgal has been a
i nominal prisoner at tho county ja'l, hi-
though given every attention and In
ury he demande'f. With his uscfulneas
J to the State as nwitness in the past
It is bcleved certain that he Tvill be
J released before May '15,
SUFFDAGETTES EXPLODE TREIR
(Ily l'cderal Wireless Telegraph,)
MANCHHSTKIt, Digland, April
lo The Advcrtlsor) Today a
lurgo window of tho 1'ri'o Trade Hall
was blown nut lij a bomb, wh'lch exploded
beneath Hie platform. The police
bebeve that the bomb exploded
prematurely, and was intended to
a militant suiTrnge salute for John
Hums, president of tho bcinrii of trade,
who Is to speak lu tho 1'rce Trade Hall
tonight. t . , r
Freedom Leader Jailed,
(Br redersl Wlreleu TelejTipn,)
I3NDON, April 24. (Special to The
Ailvcrtiser) Mrs. Cbas, Despa'rd, the
elevation.. Immediately after M. Du
aud was killed.
IN UNDERGROUND PERIL
of crawling through threo miles of do
tunnels, inaiiy of their com
p'inloiis' dropping bj tjio w a) side, over
come bj poisonous gases.
Htuto troops, timl two companies of
resellers, aided by scores of volunteers,
ii' e worljing from the Courtney and
Mlno pntrani'es, two miles apart. Tim
Mingo entrance alfordcd tho chief ave
nue of escape.
.DAILY BOMB AFTER JOHN BURNS
leider f the sullragcttes, who was nr
rested last nigh while, frving to hold
a nieotlng was sentenced today to four
feu days imnrisoiiinent in ilrfnult of
pavment'of a fl'no uf W.
Ilei cmipiiiioiij wcro sentenced to
ten d.ivs each.
F0RfTIIE ITALIAN NAVY
(Hv IVdcral Wireless Telegraph.)
,.APIii:H, April 21. -(Special to The
Advertiser) The new Italian
the Diitllo, was hunched today
at tho navy.v'nrd nt Castellamaro, in
the presence of tho King aud'Qutvu.
Sets Limit Beyond Which
California Must Not
Sacramento Marks Time
Until, Arrival of
(Ily rodcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, April H. (Special
to l'hc A'tlvertlscr) Confident that In
i y '
the end California will nccept "the national
its plans to vxcludo
Asiatics fromTownorship or lease holding
landfinihat State, President Wit-run
today declared himself satisfied that
thero will be no attempt to embarrass
liim by legislation at
Svitamcnto before Hccrotnry Drjan arrives
thvro noxt Monday.
Sot the Dead Line.
Hryan and thoj Proilnt today
tli'e situft'tion umrit Is')elieveil
they havo dpterrjiipod upon a lino bci
yond which Cttjlfcir'niii may not go. This
decision will bo.'communlcatcd to
The President thinks thero .has alt
ready Uoon totiLnueh publicity clven'ite)
''iililnrnia'sVrVncttinil declares tti M
hereafterthoJ theater of Interest will
bu in sacroiUTinto only.
Should1 Satisfy Japan,
lie thinks the dispatch of Secretary
llrjan to California should be sufilcjlcnt
lo (oiivMnco Jaimn that her "Interqsts
will bo protocte'd and docs not plan to
have any further conference with
Chimin until Hryan and John,
son and tlidwCallfnrnIn, legislators have
considered tlio matter.
FOR SECRETARY BRYAN
(Hy Podoral Wiroless Telegraph.)
HACItAMUNTO, April 21. (Special
lei 'Iho Advertiser) Anti-alien land legislation
is at a tandbtill In tho California
legislature today and will lvmiain
to until tho arrival here of Secretary of
Mnto Hryanjuto next-Monday.
Although amendments to Senator
Land Hill arc being
prepared' and discussed in caucus,
no action will bo 'taken on the floor of,
the senate onelthcr
tho senato or assembly
bills until' Bryan's nrrival, according
to 'floor leaders.
PAIR DIRECTORS IN
OPPOSITION TO BILLS
, SAN rilANCISCO, April 2!.-(Aso-dated
Press Cobra to Star-Bulletin)
The illreYtcirs of 'the Panama-Pacific
lNposllion mettoday and adopted
strongly condemning tho attitude
of the state administration toward
I he Laud
Hill, which they
dechm menaces the prospects of Sail
I'rancisco's big' fair.
PUPE CONTINUES TO
I IN HESLTR
(Hy I'ederni Wireless Telegraph.)
R'vatjy improved today. Ho want- 1-
e,l to alt his room today aud
fr the request mav be granted later.
Prom Ijieanunf seas and amid good
weather, thla Wllhelmina reported
In by "irelhj5at eight o'clock Un
night to tliJlKab'uUu rtxjeti itatiou.
She was thMgamlles ont.
The Kahug5tation Wlg alj0 jn touch
ia n'UQt,Wththe 'Maratua.