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VOL. VI , NO. 137 IIONOl.UU', MAW MI TliUUlTORY, KUJ.I?A. VA. A, 1913. -M-MI UK1KIA WIIOI.K NUMBER 3B29',
Sultan genres Notice to Powers
That Right to Resume Hostilities
Is Reserved in Event of the
Present Balkan Conflict Extending
WAR DECLARED BY SERVIA
King Peter With Troops at Uskub
Receives Strong Aid from
Greeks Who Have Taken Several
Strong Positions from Retreating
Capture Fourteen Hundred Bul-gars.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, .July 3. (hpc
dnl to Tlie Advertiser) Serious danger
tint Turkey will lake a lianJ in tlu
liulltun struggle between Greece, Ser
via nml Ilulgaria became linmineut to
ilny when tho Sultan notified the Powers
that despite tlio prellininnry peace
agreement recently signed, Turkey
tlie, right to light if tho new war
sprouts into .Macedonia.
The impreEsioir lie-e is that if Tin-Ley
finds the former Hilkan Allies arc
weakened by their internal
strife, blio will oinnniDii all her forces
nml strive to retalie sonic of tho Euro
pean territory of vvhiilf sho una ile
prived liy tho Italltnn victory.
(Fly Federal Wireless Tnlograp'n.)
VIENNA, July 3. (Specinl to The
Advertiser) Ser via formally declared
war on Ilulgaria tonight, according Ion
despatih received from Uskiib. The
Servian army headquarters are at 'Js
I. ub mid King Peter und Premier Pa
chltih also are there.
(Fly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
I1ELORADE, Scrvia, July 3.
to The Advertiser) After two days
of the most stubborn fighting, tho Bulgarian,
forces, to which tho Servians
liavo been opposed, nro retreating along
the whole line, according to despatches
front tho front which were received, this
Afternoon by the war department. It is
stated that tho Servians huvo been almost
uniformly successful in tho various
engagements and that yesterday
they captured fourteen hundred Unitarian
alter a battle in which tho
losses were heavy on both sides.
ALLIES OF SERINS
(I)y Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ATHENS, July 3. (Special to Ths
Advertiser) Olhcial advices from the
front to the Orcek war office today declared
tliut tho Orccks, aiding tho
continue their advance, indicting
heavy lohses on tho Bulgarians and
have raptured several Important posi
tions. Tim Oroek losses, the despatches
rjy, Imve been considerable, but no definite
figures afe announced,
iu nilJitiii to this comes the report
that Huinunniu Is mobilizing its forces
and plans tu pu( u large army iu tho
SEE ND NEED TOR
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W h)Ni.TjN, July 1 iHpwinl o
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lm mg lien u'lvlnd Uut llm Umihu
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nii ih "red mul hf JimiIwiii re
Imifi feiii ilni nmmUy at MilMlllul
lUtf a lului dul
9 a. m. Malch
9:30 a. m.
M a. m
2 p. m. Baseball,
2 p. m. Public
Baths Pavilion, Kapiolani Park. Prizes.
2 p. m. Track
3 P- m. Horse
llouolulir todny will celebrate tho
l'ouith of July in the good old way,
which, singularly enough, was manifested
tho most, heretofore, during the
da)s of tlio monarchy and tho succeeding
With a "parade, old-fashioned literary
exercises, sports iu the afternoon, and
a jollification dance in the ovenlng, tho
celebration committee believes that
there vvill.be enough amusement afforded
to make this Fourth a red-letter day
in Honolulu's history.
Tho oLservaneo of the holiday this
j car Is under the. nurIecs of tho merchants'
association, tho general committee
being headed by Ed Towsc, with
Oeorgo Guild, Charles Frnricr, John 1
Soper and II. von Dnniui as
Tho Morning Farads.
Tho parade will start from the Capitol
grounds at half-past nine this morning,
with Charles 1'. Cliillingworth ns
grand jnnrshal, his aides being Oscar
Cox, Jack Fernandez, Henry Hoso and
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HON. ED TOWSE,
Chairman f tho General Committee.
Bradford Sumner. In tho lino will bo
Mounted Police, Decorated Auto Cycles,
Decorated Auto Trucks, ltojal Hawaiian
Hand, Knights of Pythias, Uniform
Rank, J3oy ScoutB, Catholic Mission
Baud, Spanish"War Veterans, Loj.ii
Order of Moose, Military Section und
Cowboys with Decorated Mounts.
Among the firms which havo promised
to put in decorated auto trucks,
are C. Apau & Company, Hawaiian Ex
press Company, Davlcs 4: company,
grocery department, Davies & Company
hardware department; The Mncfarlaue
Company. Hackfeld & Company gro
cery department; Aloxander Voung Hotel
Iluilding Company; Waiaholo Water
Company, & Company,
Honolulu Iron Works Company, City
Transfer Company, von
Company, Lewors &. Coouc, Honolulu.
Construction and Draying Company, E.
O. Hall & Son, Honolulu Planing Mill,
Coyno Furniture Company and Schuman
Line of March.
Tlio lino of march will be from the
Capitol ground ulong King street to
Nuuauu uveiiue, thence to Berctaulii
street, to Miller street and buck to the
Capitol, whore the parade disbands.
Patriotic exercises will bo held in
tlui fupltul grounds ut eleven o'clock.
If there? is ruin the Operu House will
bo opened und tlie exureises held there
Frederick Turrell, uf the (I, A. It. will
preside. The program 1st
Invocation Hpv, David Carey Po
Oiutluu by the Hun, II P. (Juard'sj
Bending of the Drrlarntlon of
Iii'lidenc", by llou. W. J. Ilubln.ua, Past
iuvhsni Hawaiian Tllie No. I(
Order of lied Men;
Muile by I un Itoyvil IIuwjIJuii llululi
fceng, "Slflr Bpmiulwl Itannfr," liy
run U Tli Park,
At (no oVIimk In I he uflfriiouu I he
READY TO CELEBRATE ,.
IN TRUE AMERICAN FASHION
Rifle Shoot, N- G. H.
Parade . frmCapitol
C A. U. vsaj. A. C.
Dancing in - Public
Races, Kapiolani Park.
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HON. B. P, QUARLES,
Orator5 of tho Day.
HON, OHAS. F. OHILLINaWOKTH,
Grand Marshal of the Pnrado,
program pf sports will bo started in
Kapiolani Park, Tho (list event will
be a baseball game between the Chinese
Athlctio Union ami tho Jnpaucso Athletic
Throughout the afternoon there will
bo public dancing in tlio Public Baths
pavilion, Kapiolani Park, t music furnished
by the Hawaiian band. Three
sots of priys have been offered for tho
Track events will bo run off on, the
Taco track for boys and girls, nml a
long and interesting program. of horse
races has also been arranged.
Committee in Chargo,
The committees in charcc of tho
bratiou, assisting tho general committee
1'inunce Committee Prod L.
Geo. 0. Guild, Emil A. Uemdt and
Geo. V Honklialleecietnry.
Boy Scouts Cominisiioucr James A.
liorso llaces Deuj. Hollliiger;
Track Events John C Anderson;
Hall Geo. A, Martin;
Auto Trucks Chns. 11. Prazier, B,
HaliitCn Col J. W. Jones;
Marathon Nigel Jucksou.
Judges J. 11. Craig, .1 no. O'funuor
and t apt. A. I., rotile.
Drake, W. It. Chll
ton uiul J. H, Or aio.
Clerk of tho Course ciins. Chilling
Hturter C. Jl, WiUmi
Hudillliirf I'uJdosK Albert Mvduru.
SMALLPOX IN SYDNKY.
XVUMIV, .Sow kjtiulli V,,s, July I.
(Jly AstottityJ i'rM ihM Iu Tlw
veum tei 8j;iv hn tnm vr
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TIIE SPmiT OF 70.
HON. W. J. F.OBINSON,
Who will read tho Declaration of In
Enlisted Men Will Report at
Fort McDowell for
SC IIOPIEI.D HAltltAPKB, July 3.
The following men will pro-iced
to 3un I'muciseo on tho transport
bherman scheduled to leave Honolulu
tomorrow ut noon, to leport to tho
ofiiccr, Fort 2rcl)o)vcil,
Hospital Corps Privates, first cUss.
William D. Bloom, Jeff U. Creel, Homer
II. Briloy nnj James Murray.
Quartermaster Corps: Privato Andrew
Fourth Cavalry. Sergt. AVilllam J.
etcclo, Q. 51. Sergt. Win. F. McMnckln,
Corporals ltobcit H. Jones, 0. 0. Jenkins,
Trumpeter Samuel II. Cooper; Privates
0. A. Spencer, Waiter Ungates,
W. H.Tarincr Jr.. Win. Yutzo.
First yield' Artillery: lusician Louts
Ilreszovic; Mechnnie F. It. Bradford;
Private Chester A. Steere.
Twenty-fifth Infnntry: Privates
Douglas, Taylor, Leon Lewis, M, II.
Wagner, Edward E. Shcppcrd; Corporal
Percy Williams; Privates liolllo
Williams, Dias liusscll, Oscar U,Ming,
Elmer Small, Eddio Johnson,' Jacob
Cole, J. 11. Walker. Arthur A. Miller,
Howard Fletcher, Will 0. Hylos; Daniel
Thompson; .Major Woods; Corporal
Howard Novvhom; Privates Hugh Hum.
phiey, Edgar Bedding, William Owens,
Charlie II. Jenkins, Alphouso Douglas,
Elijah Jordan, George Abornathy, It.
N. Modesto, MnlcuAtiv Hooves, Win. W. u
Meadows, Sloan Young, Leonard Keal,
Ous Carpenter, Itoxet Gnrnct, .1. K. Hud
gins, Henry Smith, Allen Byrd, a
Walter Jackson, J'rivntes Abie
Field, Hubert Woodaril, Win. (I, Tucker,
Hosenfleld Lark, John Carter, 'Lloyd
IdIiimoii, Lewis J. Baker, Daniel Doug
Ins, Chester A. Jenkins, tjuiticy Moore,
r.iiiiiuiiel Lewis, Hoger J, Williams,
Fred Powell, Charles Lee, Kobcrt
Mayes, Liirkln DiivIh, JomhiIi GuiIhIii,
tlinrgn Tinker, William White, Musi '
eimi Clifford Thomas; Private Edward I
Willliims, Adam Htringor, Jim Milehum,
Wllllaur' Ilidilnson. Ellsworth Button, i '
Corporal Hlrhurd Hiizel, Privates Win. I
Jtiuns, Carl Bat emu a.
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FIGUnitOA REPORTED AS
HAVINa BEEN EXECUTED
(By IVderul U'irle. T'lufripu)
( ITV 01' MHM o, July
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Aaiirntia nwutm. finff nr in !
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.Aimers, Hir rwitii uwu iwf
fail ) V'l'rpL
TARIFF BILL AS REVISED
IS APPROVED BY SENATE
WASUINr.TQN, July 1. (By
Acsoclatcd Press Cable) Tho
' scnato Democrats In caucus
day afternoon approved tho Un-
dcrwood Bill as that tariir
uro has been revised by tho
ate finance committee.
!- s(. H" if
(I'XvKr.Jerat WirnosK Telegraph,)
VK.i1Xrar,.ijrmm .il n
toTJiv UiMertiftir) " ifonolului'ivUf
stage niio uf tho inojt uttrni'ttvo lleslns
tliu Hliinds hnvo over seen nuxi
taid James I), Dougherty dl.
reitor geiural of the clirniv.il chiiiiult
lee, who l here preparatory to tour.
nig the I'nited jStates" in searen of
novel 'dean und rounding up famous
HVvIuiineN for tompetitioii in tho
nipiatic sports to bo held at Honolulu.
Dougherty Is pning to ( hlcjgo,
whore he will endeavor to Induce several
champion swimmers of the Chicago
Athletic ( tub and members of nthur
athletic organizations to participate in
Rljp TO JAIL
(By Federal Wirclf's Telegraph.)
liO.N'DO.V, July 3. (Special to The
Advertiser) Annie Kenny und Itachuel
Barrett, mllituut sulfnigettts, who re
lentlv were rele'ised under tho "Cat
and Mousu Act," were rearrested kcr6
today and returned to the Hollovvay
THAW SENDS CHECK TO
(By Federal Wirclois Telegraih.)
GETTYSBUHG, July 3. (Special to
Tim Advertiser) Harry K. Thaw,
ho had two uncles in tho Union
Army and a near relative who wore
tho gray, vvrnto a letter which wus
hero today by Chairman
maker ol tho Pennsylvania Commission
iu chargu of tho veterans' reunion, and
inclose 1 one thousand dollars to sturt
fund to pay tho debts of General
Thaw letter expressed sympathy for
gallant I'liiim ollircr who in Ids old
age is boned by financial misfortune.
, ,,nr ,, " ",m" ""''"' liwi11i.ll,
l.iulttfool. son and law partner or
J P. I.ightroot uf llouoliilii is
luimiig home with u luidu. It It un-
"""'en nun inn joung niiuriiiiy was
mnriied In Hun PrNiirlteo in Mrs, (,'clla
'Iheir nigunirut whs uiinouin a-l 'i
vis i uiii by Tim Ailvuillser, ut whmli
luue I iuIm It twice, sllhgnuh
hs niiiiiUeii luislo4 wiik Mnal firiti
iii il tuth, wlimb he apptwrs to Luri)
I ili(fwl 1'fl fur tlu ( um. will IU
leniii triu,.! i,,r ll. iwlmiktM
i . 1 1 ii 1 1 smi i i limn rvtef.
- i.Ul I LUliH. ttitk bu bulla llyj
lur wrl of mtl muwlh.
Governor's Day Observed at Reunion
of Veterans Searching
For Knifo Wielders.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph,) t
GETTYSnUHfl, July 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Today was Govern
ors' Day, fourteen governors being
present nt the veterans' reunion. Gov
ernor Sulrer of Now York nml Governor
Cox of Ohio being uinnug tho
A eongress'onnl delegation, he.nlol
by Vice-President Maishall, Inspected
tho Inttlelield boforo the
The ytntn constab.ulary is making
every effort to npprnhend the men wliu
stabbed seven others hero last night in
tho dining room of the Gettysburg
ENROUTE TO HONOLULU
(By Federal Wireless Telegrnidi.)
SAN FHANCISCO, J ulyn3, (Special
to The Advertiser) Amon'g tho VH
helmliia's pasMingers, leaving for Ho
iiolulu today, were many well-known
residents uf Honolulu, including .1. F
Hackfeld and II. P. Wood.
.Mr. Wood, who has been East iu the
Interest of the promotion committee,
was aci'oinpnuiol by his wife. Among
tho passengers also are some local
Miisoiis ot high degrie, including W
i'llmer. T. J. Baker and II. (I. Iderton.
Mrs. Filuier nml Mrs. Baker uccom
pimied their husbands.
For Captain Johnson this will bo th(
Inst trip as uiuimnnder of tho Wilhel
nilna. Upon t'uo liner's return ho will
go East with Capt. Willlani Mutsou,
ptesidoiit of tho coinpnity, to bu pres
tut nt the launching uf the big liner
Mntrouin, which has been built for tlie
Captain Jolinsdu will'stay with the
Mutsonia until tho vessollls ready for
sea, when hu will bring" tlie'Huor to this
C'oaBt, where he will retain command.
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PLANTS TD SERVE
(By Federal Wireless Tileeraph.)
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 3. (Spe
clul to The Advertiser) Nine Irt
plants, under municipal supervision, to
ilny started mnnufucturliig leo for Ciu
Tlit plants were seized because, no
hope of a settlement ofiHiodllfereiiceS
between ice iniiuufncturers'v'iiiiil tlioli
employes nppcnied iu sight.
Fi OLD VETERANS
SCHOFIELD BAHItACKS, July 3.
Itcglmeutul CoinmlsHary Sergeant Gen.
Winniger, l'irst Field Artillery, nnd
First Sergeant James Honry Lane,
Company 1', l'irst Infantry, will
on tho transport Slicrinun leaving
fpr the Const tomorrow. These soldiers
huvo coulpleted thirty years' scr
vice, und will bo sent to Fort McDowell,
California, to await action on their
applications for retirement.
Tho war department order retiring
First Sergeant Lane bus just been ro
ceived in the mall, and had tho necessary
papers accompanied tho order,
Lanu would bo retired before
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW VOIIK, July 3. (Special to
The Adviirtber) Nine deaths and six
ty prostrations were the result uf lieu.
here yesterday. Today Is equally as
REFUSES TO RESIGN
HAN HIANflWO, July 3. (By Associated
Press Cable In Thu Slur lliille
tln)"Anntlirr row llireulelis to rem!
thu "higher up" in inliiiliiUtrutive
vjrsles. Posliuusler (leueriil liurlvstui
luis HuliUei) I'uttiiilMter Plsk of this
njf thst he must rsslgll in the lulnrtNits
oT grelUr elllcleiify Iu the ulllee, nnd
mtt has mfusatl U resign, iwnjipliliig
sfiiJjr lb nuilMrliy of Die I'rMdlmit,
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km tfiun tMi bit win rmm
iWfmiimuttt URlm h band to Ills
LAMAR NO USE
Has Proved Himself Such a Liar,
Says Senator Overman, That tho
Lobby Committee , Does Not
Want to Hear Anything Mor;
from Him Will Ask for Hfe
Closets Himsolf With Lob.
byists of tho Union Pacifla
Defends Eamar, Who, Ho Sayj,
Is a Public Spirited Citizen-and
Foe of tho Trusts.
(By Fedora) Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July to
The Advertiser) -Members ofthe
lot by iirabingjcoininltteoto'lay admitted
tlint they ehifaot punish Iapiar
for his iiupertonitioirs of publb moa,
but piopnsn to ask tho New York prosecutor
to nit, Lamar is still here, but
probably Will not borccalled.
"I think Lamar has shown simself
such a llir(!' said Senator Overman
today, "so utterly unbpllovable, thai
It would lux useless, to '.recall him.' .,
House Will 'Probe. '
Member! of tlio house rules committee
today' began drafting n sweeping
resolution for n separate probe iritd
Mtilhnll's' charges, ,'
llenryiHl,' Murtiur secretary of he,
Nutlunal league, told the'
lobby investigating comiilitteo, tolay
that ho and Lamar were the authors,
of thu original resolution authorizing
tho Stanley Steel Trust;jiifobe j Martin
characterized lainiur as
flll7Cii and a bitte?'i,rW,t,IJe,lkllr'oAd
trusty ' H
,1 Afraid of BiackUsVrj .
Martin declined to narrie' the
of the National Anti-Trust League,
asserting the business life ofMts trtern'
hers vviiuld bo threatened b"y" the trusts
If it becaum known that, they wor,B
uiemberH of tho league. IIo nssertod
thai "tho powers would destroy and
blacklist tin-in and cut off their bank
credits." Then hu dotailed Instances
where such threnttt had been fulfilled.
Martin flatly refused to disclose how
tho luiguu's finances nro administered
or where thu money comes from. . '
Tho witness caused a sensation when
hu charge 1 that Judge Lovctt, chairman
uf tho executive board of the
Union Pacific It lilroujl, nnd Paul
v.ero engaged last week In "lobbying"
with Attorney Oonernl
nobis. Hu Insisted these officials
had been convicted under tlio law, yot
they were granted tho privilege of lobbying.
IS STILL CRITICAL
TOKIO, Julv Cable to
tho Nippu Jljl) Tho , conditions of
i mites .vriionii) iiiiiiagain anil iaro
Katsura. thu farmer thn n.trlonf nf
tho privy council nnd the latter tho on
premier, uuiu aimering, irom stomach
trouble, are to duv rnnnrtnrl iiTnnili,illv
iiiichnnged. An open admission is made
tliut Prluco Kntsuru'a life is still in
TOKIO, July 3. '(Spoclal Cable to
the Nippu Jiji) The Vokohtima Specie
Bank, which had asked for permission
to issue from its Manohurian
branches paper currency, only negotiable,
in Manchuria, was today given
permission to carry out the plan. Hereafter
this Jnpanewo currency will be
employed throughout that portion ot
the Chlneie Hepublic.
SHAKV CONDITIONS IN
JAPAN BUSINESS OHtOLEB,
TOKIO, July L' (Special to the Hawaii
Shlniio) Financial circles and t"?
stock exchanges nrn iu n panic'ky condition
today as thu result of the
of the amalgamation of the
Tokio Ehctrle Light Company and the
liipnn I lei trie Companywlch' WBI re
lentlv iiiiuouiiced by tfco ggvernment.
The depreiisioii u nil bujlnesi has beer)
mint I er rnnlrihiitorysriiUsq to the slinky
nml u iiiiiiibniof t,ha smaller
luiii.es are n the vnrgejlif lanktipty.
SCANDAL IN TpKIO.
iKin Jaiv ctl t
flirt Vl llllV lUl.ui . t . L. -
"IT" " "iii ruuiiifi iq iiv
h grmt .iiisiitiuu of HiuiVenr vis
11 lure ti.diiy when ihs pollftb uu
artlied ii "moving picture Mliijal."
A. ll... . l.l.l.ll lit III., ,.ll..ll.. -!.
nm ,- ii inn vriivur ui li"
iwnrr .1. . iif mill lrOftUJ of
llllivlii(f pletum tii)iirSfyli city
w Hfie.tn. 'rhev yflhir litM tr
iuvMlHyslion, ivblelj."!! j.'litt., ly
lesd iu lliu urr.ls of wjier'"foiiiirjor.