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VOL. VI., NO. 129 HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, 1UNH 10, 1913. SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE NUMBER 3821
Buford to Sail Soon From the
Coast to Inaugurate New San
Thomas Named as Probable
Companion on the Run.
GROWTH OF DEPARTMENT
MAKES FERRY NECESSARY
Thomas Reached Coast Yesterday
and Will Be Held Until June
19 No Date Set Yet for First
Trip of the Buford on Its New
Schedule Supplies Pile Up.
(By l'cderal Wiroless Telegraph.)
SAN 1'liANClSO, June 9. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) According to dispatches
rcccivcel in this city, the United
Slates gov eminent shortly will Inaugurate
iv new transport tforvlco between
(lie mainland mid the Hawaiian Islands.
The transport Iluford will be tho first
of two ships to niako tlio California-Hawaiian
Tho new run has beeu'brouglit about
bcc.irso of tho extensiva fortificntionn
which tho United (hates is installing
in thu Islands. Tho amount of matonal
and number of troops being carried to
tho Islands is becoming so great that
tho government olTjcials decided it
would bo better to Inaugurate a special
Tho demand tor sujtablo tonnago to
menu this mass of quartermaster supplies
and troops is declared to bo ox.
tremcly pressing.-- Afproscnt all material
and troops taken to tho Islands
aro parried on tho Manila transports.
The Thomas nrried hero yesterday
and will not leave for tho Islands until
COLUMNS OF FLUE
Disturbances in Alaska Are Great
Ashes Falling in Many
(Ily l'cderal Wireless Telegraph.)
Sl.WAHD, Alaska, Juno P. (Special
to The Advertiser) Tho Katmai group
of volcanoes, tho eruption of which
caused great elainngo on Kodiak Island
and aowar.t Peninsula last year, is
again in ne.tjon. Kntniui is bolching
fiieat columns of smoko and funics, tho
udor of wlue.li was nuticablo hero last
night. 'J lie sun Is visible jet,' but tho
bky is o en ast and Tho
volcanois in eruption include. Mounts
Katmai, Jfcdoubt, St. Augustine,
uud 1'culik, tho last overlooking
llecherof La I.e.
Tho disturbance is widespread, for
Mount Shishaldin on Unimak Island is
ubo in eruption, according to reports
brought hero by tho steamer Dora from
This eruption which was cen by tho
pa?!cngors tas spectacular. A great
column of flames shot straight into thb
sky from tho mountain ton, whilo tho
smoke rolled away to tho oastward,
and ashes fell in all directions.
SENTENCES SET ASIDE
(llv Vederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINflTON, Juno !). (Special
to The: , M crtiscr) Tho United
Stated 'fnlp'reind Court 'today set asido
tho three months jail sentence clen
two ofllcers of tho Anicrican Naval
Sturei Company pf Savannah, Georgia,
tho so i. ailed Turpentine Trust.
Jt also reversed tho decision as to
fivo other officers pf the company, accused
of combining to monopolize tho
RATE CASE DECIDED.
WASHINGTON, Juno !. (Associated
Picks Cable to
The Supremo Cpurt today handed down
a decision in conueitioii'with railway
aud public semi i'o commission powers
lil sustaining tho, right of Ihp Minnesota
rallny commission to regulate
railroad ratct' Tim court holds that
the commission's orders aro valid unless
they amount to confiscation of property.
Attorney flencral James Mcltcj nobis
today Instituted a suit under tho antitrust
laws against thp Eastman Kodak
r Company, declaring it a lombinntion in
lestrilnt of trade.
By Kahnkn Wireless.
Tb Oceanic finer Veiitura reported
in to the K'uliuku wlreles station last
night, giving iJti position as 1201 miles
AT DiG FUNERAL
Scotland Yard May Prohibit Pub
lie Demonstration of
(Ily Federal Wirelos .Telegraph.)
LONDON, Juno !). (Bpecinl to Tho
Advertiser) Scotland Yard authorities
today Tiro considering prohibiting 'the
big public funeral tho militant suffragettes
aro arranging for Miss Emily Davison,
to ho died from injuries after
grasping tho briello of King Qcorgo's
Anmcr, fn the Derby.
It is feared tint gravo disordors may
accompany the burial, of the boely o'f
Miss Davison, whom tho suffragetto
ranks consider their first nnrtjr.
In Mourning at Trial.
Tho trials of tho soven suffragettes
arraigned iu tho polico raid .in their
headquarters began hire today. Mrs.
Drummond, who is critically ill, was
absent. All tho defendants woro slccvo
bands of crepe in mourning for Miss
MILITANTS APPLY THE "
' TORCH IN REVENGE
LONDON, Juno 0. (ily Associated
Preps Ciiblo to Militant
suffragettes have dosfrojed tho ITurst
Park grandstand mid tho bdathoiiBo on
the Itivcr Lea. Thev have also suc
ceeded in burning tho North Middlesex-
cricket club s stands, iloing n total
tlnmngo within tho last twenty-four
hpurs pf $175,000. "
He and His Premier Suspected by
-Chinese of Being Men- Be-. v
(Ily 1'ederal Waivloss Telegraph.')
SAN l'UANCJBCO, Juno 9. (Social
to Tho Aihertisor) President
Vunn &hih kui of China aud Ids premier,
Cliao ning Kwan, nro suspoctod
by tho citizens of tho Chincso
of being tho instigators of tho as
sastinatiou of Suug Chio Jen,
and minister of agriculture and
forestry under Provisional President
Dr. Sun Vat Sen. So strong haVo
tlicso suspicions bciomo tnat tho people
are demanding the impeachment of
tho cxecutivo and his aid and their
tnals on charges of murder.
This sensational insight into affairs
in tho iiifnnt Itcpublic is contained in
a letter from Peking, rccchcd hero
today by prominent members of tb,o
local Chincso colony. Whilo tho
of tho rnistlo is heinir with
held tho recipient of tho letter averts
that tho writer 'h nnino, if (linc)oBcd,
would alone voticli for tho uutuenticlty
aud reliability pf news.
'TELL INSIDE Sim,
OF POLICE SHIFT
(Ily I'edcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FltANClSCO. June 0, (Bpecinl
to The Advertiser) James McXlownn,
ono of tho eight 'detectives indicted in
tho Italian Jjuneo enso, may decide to
confess 'before his trial, set for next
.Moneiny morning. A report mat no
would tell tho inside of polico graft
was circulated tins morning. It is in
timatcel ho is holding out for ,nn im
inanity, but Jnelgo Law lor denied a
motion to allow tbp, indicted, detcctivoi
(Ily I'eeleral Wiroless Telegraph.)
KANSAS CITY, Montana, June'!).
(Special to Tlid Ael,verUjer) ' Wj L.
u .Bficn, ivansas iauor commissioner,
has Issued a call for 10,000 hart est
lianas. John JitzpatricK, Missouri la'
bor commissioner, is in Kansas Citv to
day making arransements to cooperate
with Kansas in obtaining tho needed
hancst hands. Fitrpatrick leaned orders
to thn state free employmcht
bureaus of Kansas City, Si. Joseph and
ht. Louis to not in touch with men
willing to go to 'Kansas and work in
NEARBY FIRE CAUSE
OF HOTEL PANIC
(By redornl Wireleis Telegraph,)
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Juno 0. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Ocenpanti of
our hotels on Walriut street here were
cizeel with pante csrly today when fire
destroyed a bulldjng near by.
No pno T(ag injured m
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Philadelphia Press. ,Jy '
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McOandless Said to Be Coming
Home With Plans to Get Even
on the. Planters Who Spoiled
Coming back to Hawaii filled with a
d cairn' o'l.gol ecn" on sugar
planters .of ihe Territory for flioir op-
position ''ti him in. his andidacy for
the'govriiorshin, -L. L. McCandlcss is
saldto" bo fluo bero next week, aboard
tho '6, 8. Monolnlaa. "Wprd from
rocolvch' 'yesterday, gics ad'
vance notice tnat a' parf ot
lain' eampalen "for rovongo will bo to
start an asltatlon hero for free sugar
anil to 'feet endmjh'of his -men in liio
to jUBtiry a leligrophic request to tho
sonateto rush the froo nugar schedule
Into law.1' MeOan41cs is 'said to have
IcffWairtilpgttoh knowing that only des-
?avo him and has
Ifree' sugar as the
last striW, the Pbly thing to maUoJilm
solid 'wittfiho ' ,
JLavvH'MK " i"V pe"'c -.v
Canellesi Uqt" net wth hlm( will bo
B! TllVcrSburili, Who' has bee n in
O.' J. "Waller's right hand
man. HUonbu;rch is belipvil td hae
If ft Vf blAjtton ' assured that his man
Mu'lio 'honliTiatcll by thp rrcsident
within ho"next',lW days, Vort to that
effect having reached Jlonplulu yesterday.
v i j
'' OneyJf top tliiij!t,Jthcn'burgh hUB on
his notcbotfK qTio done is fho
oV H fcpofyitcd "pcinecratiCjParty
in Jawailjy'iaTty4hat will lo
for'the,)5ryosp pf hclptlug put tho
bempcratltAdihinlStratlon of the Territory.
Trait t;6ilay 'masquerades as a
iJempcratiorijanizatJou iyill bo swept
Senator ?.' E. ireizger, tho latest
JojJ iho governorship to go to
virtultlHntfin t iu ,,, Ua !, flrKt nnp In
"...!.. ,'l.iJ.l. I 1.. .I..,.l..e. il,nu
who exoflc in lfrcet him tilts
morning when the S. S. Wilhclmlna
h j.v . , .r ? '
gAST BHIVERS IN A
JUNE COLD SPELL
SAN FRANCISCO, June 0. (Associated.
Pr Cable to tlw Star
Heporf, on the, weather from
Btatsnila other North Atlantic poiuts
show that tlfls is tu" coldest -Tuno in
FfOm Montreal femes the report tliat
fn"f V ,flytng there. Yrraout, New
VrK .and I'enhfyhanla. rejiort colder
weather than any iu tho history of local
Makes the Mule
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' villi MIm
Metzgcr and Pinkham Give Va
riety to the Speculation Which
Comes by Mail From Washington.
By Ernost O. Walker.
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, Mny 26. V. T.
Metzgcr, of llllo, as a conditional candidate
for Governor of Hawaii, was
well roceivod by Democratic ollicials
here. Ilo -went -to tho oflico of Secretary
.of tho Interior Lane, whero ho
was given an opportunity1 to talk
things over. At tho closo of tho conversation
Mr. Lano arranged for Mr.
Mctrgcr to call at White House
bfllcci for a tdUc with President Wilson,
Unlike- tho other candtelntes for tho
oflico now in town, Mr. Metzgcr is not
tarrying to see tho outcome. Mo Is
going to Philadelphia and then expects'
shortly to start for home. Ho was not
certain ho would tarry -very Jong, eveu
for a meeting with President Wilson,
unless tho President rcrruestoel, it. L.
S. Conncss, of Hilo, who is'now In this
city, nccomp.inied Mr. Metzgcr on his
visit To Secretary Lane, i i
Kent for Pinkham.
Tho candidacy of h. E. Pinkham ii
uuelsrstood to have started largely with
Itcprcscntativp Kent, or California. It
was probably to soino degreo because
of Kent's represcntatiops, that Pinkham
started for Washington. There is
said to be little likelihood ttint the
President will nominate other than an
out and out Democrat fpr the governorship.
Mr. Kent has urgoel Pinkham upon
Secretary Lane and tho latter is Paid
to havo been somewhat impressed but
inferred judgment till he should have)
an opportunity to sco Pinkham and talk
Mr. Lano's willingness to sco Met7
ger and. also to oncourago I'lukham to
como to Washington Indirates that, even
though tho papers in tho casta of applicants
wcro Bent to the White House,
tho secretary of the interior is still
considering the case with ' n view to
helping the President to the selection
of a Governor.
President Wilson's pronouncement
today against lobbyists' has made tho
sugar men in Washington very angry,
Jt was not levclied especially against
the Hawaiian's by any means, but they
havo been active along with tho other
representatives of sugar interests now
ii.tawa. . .
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Kalakiela ct al., Send Word to
Wilson That McCandlcss Is the
One and Only Choice of Local
With "Hanana Jack" KalakleU, vico
prisident, iii tho chair, and with "Soapbox"
Ilarrpn and him representing
twelve out of tho votes
thu Democratic comity committco
List night removed 11. O. Itlvcnburg
from, oflico as chairman, reiterated its
indorsement of tho candidacy of Senator
J. I,. Coke for tho office of Unltod
States district attorney and went on
reeord as favorable to "Link"
and only Mm, for Governor,
Tim glad news was mint by wireless
last night to President Wilson, -the mos.
"Honolulu Cunty Committee
endorsement Whller, renews endorsement
McCandless, protests against
Waton, Wilder nnd. others. Contirleto
resolutions mailed. Kalakiela,
Only on tho pasiugn of a sot of resolutions
indorsing Coko was tho committee
unanimous. Ilivenburg was to-moved
from office by a vote of nineteen
to 1v, whilo Mcuiudless was
eighteen t sir.
In supporting tho resolution which
ousted Itivcnhurg from oflico, one
speaker charged that he hadimitliqut
authority, used his prestige and influence
as chairman, in Washington,
against the of McCandless
and had brought charges of a serious
rature ngainut the' standard fearer of
the Democratic party, Tho matter of
electing a successor to Itlvcnburg as
chairman of tho committee was loft for
a later date, fiecrctary Miles, who held
three proxies, and Charles Girdlcr wore
the only friends the deposed chairman
had at the meeting.
Tho enll for Tcindorsing Coke njoso
over the fact that tho territorial committee,
whiih had originally indorsed
htm, line recently wokeel this
and tho county cnmniltteo took
this ocrasion to disngreo -with the su
perior boely, which it did unanimously
by reiternting that Coko was its first
and last choice as district attorney and
none others nood Jipply. It was stated
Hut th territorial county committee!
had lobbyists nut laBt night trying to
bring about a failuro pf the action taken
by the county committee in this respect.
The MeCandloss resolution concludes
with n slam at (ill the other enuilliluti'x
vlio isplro to the governorship. On
this matter the resolution says:
w link Is Their Patron Saint.
"That a protest is hereby ontered
against tho consideration of tho appointment
of any of tho seUMmpoaed
Says Lobbyists Havo Been Run
Out and '-'the Breed" Will
Bo Scarce Now.
fly rcdernl Wircleis Telegraph,)
WASlilNdTON, June P. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) 'Ihe inildions lobby
chargo already has had tho inlehded effect
ami relieved Prciielent Wilson and
United States senators aneKconi:ressmcn
of a considerable burden.
This, in olfect, was tho statement
made by President Wilson hero today
iu his semi weekly nudleuca with tho
nenspnpar correspondents. Ho belloxes
innuy of tho lobbyists nlreaely hao run
out of Wnshlngton niiel thinks "tho
I reed'' will be srnrco during tho senato
eiimielorntinn of tho Underwood. Tariff
Will Igiioro Townsond.
Tho lren!ilent eloci nl lellio tint
SeiiiiturTiiniisenil'H ctuinio lleesitate
a rejilv nud it will gu iinniiiw creel.
t ...I., l.. r ....l-i. :....! -....
i.iiviu iiuv ii, eiiie.n mi
leiiqy t legislation is entertained, by tha
President, lie mid ho wild nndecliled
whether elastic curri ncy woulel bo lnse;d
on United States notes of (lice or thoso
ttpin,JutioH'il li inks.
WASHINGTON, June ,!). (Ily Asso
elated Press Cable to Star
lat 'senator today tmilued before
the hjieidnl (ommittco infLigating
I'resleleuit Wll'o'i's charges of; insidious
lobbying on tho part ot interests
to lnodifv Mirious items on tho Tar
ill Hill. The pecinl rmmnitfoc, of
which Scnitnf Overman of North Cnto
linn is i hnlrmau, will undoubtedly uphold
the Maud tukon by President
and recommend stringent legislation
to restrict tho activitiea of lobbyist
h. Senator Overman has nlrenely
tho trend that tho commltteo's
report 1 llkoly to tako by declnring
that.tjio lobbving has been a pcrsiuislvo
njifieal to pliblle' srntlinent unit fhu
bringing of jirensnro to bear on the senators
by arousing public opinion.
SWEPT 81 FLIES
Springfield Business District Is
Wiped Out With Loss of
(Ily I'edeial "Wireless Telegraph.)
SI'ltlNai'lin.I), Missouri, Juno !!.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho cu
tiro iiorthenct section of Hpriuguch!
was swept by h tiro early today, which
cnuseil a ilu.incl.il loss estimated lit
$1,000,1101) boforu it was controlled.
l'liunuit by n high wind, thu (lames
spread rapidly and for u time it
threatened tho entire! city.
The Springfield Traction
and tho Hull Telephpna Company wcru
heavy losers, their wires being een
torod in tho public temuiro from whore
tiiii flumes started. Tho squaro was
liter Drjgoods Company, ill whose
basement tho flm was tho
heaviest being damaged to tho
oxtent of $0,000.
(Hy 1'edcral Wireless' Telegraph.)
Wi:VAUVi:OA, Wisconsin, June P.
(Sjipcial to Tho Advertiser) Desperately
fighting flames, which toil ay, do
strojeel the! in'ilii wing of tho Waupaca'
State Hospital, a scpro of insane
showed themselves heroes when
thoy battled with tho flro, Enabling
fifty other insiino inmates to escape to
safety boforo tho roof of tho structure
candidates' nnmes as' follews: 1 M
Watson, D. H. .Metzgcr, A, A. Wilder
and others; they having all been self
Imposed so far as tlio Democratic party
in Hawaii is eonierncd, with the exception
of n few porsonal friends, having
no Democratic supifrt and. reljing
wholly upon Itepulillcnns iu tha Terrl
tory nml such Democrats on tho main
laud h may bo induced to indorse
"I guess my turn tq get ousted will
como nt the nett meeting," said Sec
refury Miles of tho eonunitteo, last
night. "Thoy lu" and put
jny name to tho .fit tho Prcst
dent, without my .t.i(5s!on,"
NfelpH nrineareil consider.
ably displeaseei with the action of tlio
eommitten lst night in ousting liiven
burg, more so since "the latter is now
out of thp Territory nnd could not da-fend
A eablo was also sent to Johnny Wil
son nt Washington apprising him of thp
action of tha committco last night.
BALKAN MR IS
Prospect of Soryia and Greece
Against Bulgaria Is Paced by
Europe Servians Rcfuso to
Attend Final Meeting of tho
Peace Envoys in .London.
ENVOYS DISBAND, WITH
MUCH TO BE SETTLED
"More Than Grave"- Is tho Situation
and-Matters Must Stand
as Such Unless tho Powers Insist
That Another Confercnco
Bo Called by tho, Allies.
(Ily IVdornl Wireless 'Tolegraph.)
LONDON, Juno 9. (Special, to The
Advertiser) Moro war in tho Ilalkans
was admitted to bo a probability hero
today, when tho peace oonforonco adjourned
lifter a final session, of throo
and n half hours. Bcrvirt did not
In tho couforonco.
Tho ltall.au dolegntos will not1 meet
ignln 11111018 tho 'Porters force a
All tho envoys nflroo that 'many important
points growing'out crC tho Turkish
struggle remain unsettled, anil while-It
is not admitted oponiy tiicro is no v
llltlo doubt that tho.chiiucci of Sorvii
tnel llulgarla' resorting tq the
of war aro inoro than giave.
No lntimafloiifcivnsgWcn out as to
flreccc'ii nttihulosliouldDulgnria, and
Son In como to blovvsVrrJt is probable,
however, that as 'thp Greeks and Bui-gars
aro at swords' points aro md
(lieccu will bo found 'aliguod
nllii Scrin if tho clash comes.
PEAR FOR CUBAN '
STEAMER ' RELIEVED
(l!j lVelernl AViivlpis Telegraph.)
,Ni;' VOltli", Jund 0. (Spoeiul to
TJie Advertiser) Wireless dispatches
receive el hero at noon from tho Cuban
steamer Oliiiiln, which wns reported on
nio nt sea enrlior In tlio day, stated
all was well and that tho vessel lay
'.25 miles south of ScbUnnd lightship.
It is believed tha vessel is cnroiito
either to HruiiBwick, Georgia, or
California Nobles Already at
Work With Plans for tho
(Ily l'cderal "Wireless .Telegraph.)
SAN 1'IIANCISCO, Juno D. (Special
to Tho Advertisor) Preliminary
plans to cuptnro tho convention of tho
Imperial Council of tho Mstie
in 191S were laid Sunday at n
mteting of representative!! from Bau
Diego, Los Angeles, Oakland nud Sun
Krnuelhco at tho Str Francis' Hotel, it
was arranged to send n great
i delegation to tho' council nt Atlanta,
Georgia, npxt )ear. Tho Shrin-ors
jibui to chnrtor'n train, tnka
of n whole hotel floor and give
soma unlipio lcmonstT.itions of advertising
tho fair" city. . ,
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LAUNCH INTO BEACH
(Hy I'edoral Wireless' Telegraph.)
TACOMA, AVasliington, Juno a.
(Special to Tho Advortiser) Lesb
ten miiiutou nftor ghb hnd unloaded
twenty excursionists at Vais-son
Island, tho iasscngor launch
took firq nnd burned to tho
w liter's edgcnpnr l'oini Do"(lancof
ASith his vessol, pnVqlopcd in flames,
A. .1. JJnckclcr, inastox, of fho Mignonette,
se.ut tho launch ahead at full
speed to tlio beach nt thp' 1'otnt, while
largo crowds of picLnlckorii lined tho
shores to watch tlio spectacular race,
Iho boat is a totol loss. She was
fifh four foot long and' was olued at
COLONIAL BEEF. IS'
NOT UP TO STANDARD
(l!v Federal Wiroless Telegraph.)
RAX ... I'll . A Ttfnrsrn "! n Tra..Jll,l
...au.,, y,,U lU''l
to Tho Advertiser) Thr,t Australian
iieef i not us pod or' economical
tlio Americaii product and thut it does
not comply vvith the city's
hut that Australian mntton is
better than tjio Anferican nrliele, Is tho
substance of a report, on a test made
Tho city is In tho market for nuppllw
xw vui jur ba. iUIUU