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Twelve Ded. TttTTit Injured
Result of Bitter Clush Between
the Races at Harriston.
sippi Trouble Began Over,
Lynching or Two Mulatto
St). (Il.r Aofiled Press fable)
Two mulatto boys lynched, three whiti
men and seven negroes killed, ami
twenty other wounded. This is the
remit vf Harristoa's sanguinary Sou-day.
The fury bora only of the race
hatred that exists throughout the South,
anj which ba centered here during
the past few days, broke here yesterday
morning; with the capture of two
mulatto youths who had gone on a
rampage the previous night. The.
youths were promptly eneeiited, despite
the protests of the negroes who had
gathered at the stone.
The negroes, outnumbering the
whites, and aroufod to a frenzy, attacked
the whites with clubs and stone;.
Revolvers and guns wore finally used,
and a pitched battle resulted.
The warring forces were finally
ilnt on to cover, leaving their dead mid
wounded strewn along the streets.
Tl'rvo white men were niiiong the
ten corpses p led up when tho smoke
I jof battle finally cleared. Twenty wound-
M were carried to the jail for
During the bncf lull in hostilities
the sheriff rent an appeal to the Governor
at Nashville, announcing that tho
situation is beyond hi control and
for nid. An order was nt onco
issued calling out tho militia, and
troups, heavily armed, are to lie rtshod
to tho scene without delay.
Clarence Mackay Locates Authors
of Scandalous Missive Re.
turning to His Wife.
(Dy 1'edcral Wireless Telegraph.)
iSEW VOUK, September !"S.
to Tho Advertiser)
employed by Clarence H.
it was learned tonight, have
traced the authors of the "poison
(ten" letter which linked tho namo of
Mrs Mackay with that of Dr. Joseph
- Af lMaU, wboin vifo has sued Mrs,
" Alacfcfly for one million dollars for
alienation of bis ahTections.
Upon recciing tho coufideutinl report
of the head of n well known detective
agency that the charges contained
in the "itoisnn lien" letter worn nlivn.
T'feWiy unfounded, Mackay ten days ngo
. f,H'l,M Mrs. .Mackay that lio would
to New Vorl. on Olympic of tho
White Star lino due hero on Wedi""i
DUMONT PREFECTS NEW
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
I'AHIb, September 2S. (.Special to
'Pie Adcrtisei) A. Santos Dtiiuont,
one of the pioneers in aviation, has
constructed a monoplane on a new
model which was tested todav nt Vil
lnceublny with excellent results. It
demonstrated its exceptional stability
A peculiarity of the Santos Dmnont
Ai monoplane is that tho body hangs
sir, nearly tnree feet l,elow a single wing.
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ALHAXY. New York, .September 23.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) There
Is considerable speculation in Albany
as to the nature of the defmise of Governor
Sulier. It is stated that even
the (lovrrnnr' attorneys do not know
at this time just wlml his entire defense
mil I e
This Is due to the fact that much
new evident e of which they hail not
the slightest kuowlediic before tho tiial
began is leitig mtrodurced.
One feature of the defense will be
that most of the unlisted contribution
were givrn the (iovcrnor for h' per
(lly Federal Wireless Teleernph.)
HKItl.JK, September 2S. (Hpeelul to
The Advertiser;- Humors of serious
dlTerence let hi in the lione of
imd Cumberland rmeivwl
jmmtus tonmht from the rejsjrl that
Princess Vutora Lme, Dm Herman
Pvjct6r'f dauiiliter, who rwmilly mar
riVi,Jfiiin.lJriiit August uf iVmlwr
d, Hb'il.l inVh an attended Irln for
llio beie(iioflifr health, probably t
Corfu or to Ik limcrs, anonipaiiied
by the J.mprrw
Prime IJrnest Aujut left yesterday
frit dm mien, Austria, ou what is ft
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' oinniHiider of Pacific Fleet formerly
of Honolulu, who figured in exciting
Scientists Reported Killed by Cannibals
Found Safe Off Coast
(lly Federal WircUss Telegraph.)
PHIIaAIM'LPIIIA, September 28
(gneelal to The Advertiser) Accord
ing to n telegram reicived by I. It.
Poikiii of this city, the four scientists
who were reported killed by cannibals
in German New (luinca arc safe, on
Murray Island, off tho coast of Australia.
Dr. Aldred II. Mayer of the Carnegio
Institute, Washington, was in charge
of tho party which left last .Tilly for
final investigation in Torres Straits.
Others in the party arc Dr. David Hill
Ten mint of llryn Mnwr College, Dr.
Newton Hardy of I'riucctou and Dr.
H. I. Clark of Harvard.
Doctor Hardy is a brother of Mrs.
1'. It. I'erkins. Her husband interested
the state department in n search for.
tre party, and was rewarded by the receipt
of the following message:
"Doctor Mayor reports party nil well
at Murray Island, Austral n."
BEGIN BOOST FOB
B T E X HID! T
Campaign for Participation in
(Dy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, September 2S. (Special
t The Advertiser) Another move has
been mado in tho campaign to secure
llrltrsh exhibitors for tho Panama-Pacific
Imposition nt San I'riuicisco. An
oflico uf 'tho Hritish Committeo of the
I'liuninu Imposition" has been opened
on Northumberland nveiiuo, from which
exposition pamphlots and other literature,
as well as photograpns, will bo
distributed throughout tho Unitou
The committeo was organized this
week nt a luncheon given by Sir
Thomas I.ipton. Congressman l'oss of
Illinois mado a speech in which ho
ii'i;ed Kuglishmcn to participate in tho
Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MI'riK'HDN, Nw Jersey, September
.3. topeciai to Tho Advertiser)
Itosio llulick laud.
od at Kills Island a few days ago and
this morning nrricd here. Unablo to
speak Knglish sho wandered into tho
postoflice, whero sho trred to nirtkt.
Known her wishes to tho postmaster.
Tho postmnstcr, nfter inspecting the
tag pinned on her coat, learned that
hor destination was a farm at New
Durham. Ho called llural Carrier Kemp,
son and announced thnt ho had a package
to go by parcel pust.
A parcel post tag and "Fragile;
hnudlo with caro" curd wero attiifhcd
to the girl's coat. In three hoiirs she
hud reached her new home.
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN I'ltA.NCISCO, September 28.
(Kjiwlal to The Advertiser) That Ho.
nolulii is eapabln nf supporting another
large tourist hotel ami that mull n
strut-turn built lieur Walklkl beach will
be I. paying proposition, Is tho
by .1. H. Hortsehii of Honolulu,
who is ltlng hern mid who recuutly
retned from thn mumigement of tho
AiasHiidur Vvuug, Ilojal lliiHiilluu nm
AlthouKli retlrent in to plans for a
new and umniHUith hotel for Honolulu's
bis.h Herts. he adniillod tluit his mission
on the foam Nt Ibis time It tn
tart sinh H projort.
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FIGHT FOB LIFE
Rear Admiral in Command of Pa
cifio Fleet Caught in Btonn in
Launch on West Coast Finally
Rescued by Crews of Cruisers
California and South Dakota.
il'-. 1 ederil Wireless Telegraph )
HV rilWflSCO, Septemler 21.
to The Advertiser) - News
reathed this rlty today of the narrow
eene from drowning nf Hear Admiinl
Walter ( . fowles, eummnnder In chief
of the Pacific Fleet, who with two
members of his stnir went in one nf
the California's launches on a llshlng
excursion in the. flulf of California nnd
was caught in u storm and nearly lost
Forty minutes nfter tenliig thn ship
tho Inuiieh was struck by n heiiw sipinll
and after three hours battle with tho
elements, Lieutenant llcrtholt, who
handled tho tiller, put Into n cove
where the searchlights nf tho South
and thi California picked them
up. Crews frain these ships then went
to their nid and rescued tho badly
admiral and others in tho launch.
CONFIRMED BY VOTE
Tho following story on the report of
Alfred' Noble, tho engineering expert
ho Investigated Pearl Harbor dry-dock,
sent out from Washington September
II, confirms tho local story on
tho drydoclt developments published in
Tho Advertiser September 30. Tho
loenl story concerning the Noble investigation
was based on authoritative
statements us to new work to bu done
nnd how it would bo carried out. Tho
Washington statement follows:
WASHINGTON, (September 11. The
big Navy drydock at Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii, which recently collapsed niter
the government had spent sovernl million
dollars in its construction, can be
saved and finished according to the original
design, in the opinion of Alfred
Noble, nn engineering expert who was
sent to inspect it.
The report will confirm tho judgment
of tho naval board us to the practicability
of constructing tho dock on its
present site. To secure adequate foundations,
however, it will bo necessary
to extend the dock I50l feet inland
beyond the prcnent site, moving tho
entrance also inward to that extent.
Whilo the bottom lias been found to
bo exceedingly irregular in tho thickness
of tho oriil strata over and above
tho underlying mud and silt, it is pro'
posed to meet this condition by heavily
reinlorcing tho lonereto bottom of the
Tho expert's report will bring to nil
issuo tho coullicting claims between the
cov eminent nnd tho contractors build
ing the dock. Tho latter havo insisted,
slneo tho upheavel of the bottom that
no dock enn bo built on tho site, which
contention if sustnined would relieve
them of their contract.
It Is Expected" That All Planta-
tions Will Be Represented at
Coming Session in Honolulu.
Helieviug that tho comiiig'sesslon or
tho Mill Knginecrs' Association in Honolulu
will mean muc'i to the sugar in
dustry in the face of new tariff condi
tions, plantations throughout the is
lands will dp their best to liss'st their
engineers to attend, nerordlng to ro
ports in tho Island pre,
A committeo is now working on arrangements,
and a program, It is expected,
will soon be announced. Two
days will bo devoted to a discuss on of
the various phases of mill work, and
In view of the fact that the sugar Industry
in the Territory has in store
for It much thnt is undesirable in the
way of the projHised tall IV legislation,
"onsnlerable of value to tho industry
should be accomplished at tho conven
"It Is expected that nearly all of the
idantntlous will nss'st their engineers
n getting to Honolulu," says tlin'Kh
hnbi Midget, "for thn mauugers natu
rally feel that whatever tho engineer!
gain by meeting together for purposes
of discussion will only serve to hfiiifit
their estates in the long run. It Is
hoped that Kohala will send u full delegation
nf engineers, for, as tisiiul, this
llstrlct wunts to be In the wim and
li little In thn lead; or If not. on a
par with the plantations of the Isluiid.
This Island has two representative on
tho committee, Messrs. Ogg of I'uhnlu
ami Kennedy nf llnkalnu, and they
have taken a very great Interest In the
promotion of the n flu I r In hand."
(lly IVdrral Wirales Telegraph.)
W'tV VOIIK, Hoplwnber Sf. (Hpe.
rial in Tim Aihwrtlwr) -William Tra
vels Jerome, It wu studM liwJat, has
lutrsuuilthl Dlslrisl AlloiMfV Wblinn
!t hav I lie tin ml jury nt Kmv York
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Slicriff Jarrctt's Blcdgcliammor
Squad Makes. Way Through
Barricades of Chinese
. Gliop .and Gathers in u
Largo Number .of Alleged Gamblers.
(From Monday Advertiser )
Sledgehaiumeis ,nd crowbars were
substituted for uses by thn police last
night 'for gambling raiding purposes,
ami ns a result players wero
hnrvosted 'In the cellar or tho apotho
caiy shop of Fook Chin Wn, Hotel
street. This is tho second time that
this notorious joint hui been milled
within eight days, Detective Swadcn
having leii a successful raid on it oil
tho previous Sunday.
Directed by Hose.
Deputy Sheriff Iioo directed tho efforts
last night, and the raid was as
unexpected to the police ns to the gam
biers, tho latter having been apparently
"double-crossed" by ono of their
Arrangements were made for a raid
yesterday evening, and the police wero
informed at thu proper time that no
gnmo was going ou in lVok Chin Wo's
place. The deputy shcrilT, however,
nrmed hrj tnen vvtih sledgehammers and
commenced a tour of all tho professional
gambling joints that had over operated
in the knowledge of thu police.
"Paint Shop" Closed.
None Vif them was running, howevei.
Tho raid on tho "Paint Shop" of
Smith street the night before, where
tho doors were maslied in, think the
police, threw cold water on tho gambling
fraternity 's erstwhilo enthusiasm.
One gnmo did start car'.y last night,
nut upon tne vvnrning "Mot Water,'
which rctcrs to pollco activity, being
passed around, it hurriedly suspended
and did nut open again last night. By
tho time the irolice squad had reached
Fook Chin Wo's place a score of Chi-nose
outside tho building testified to
tho emptiness of the cellar. Tho io
lice passed on, and twenty-two of
thoso on the sidewalks promptly
into the cellar.
Tho deputy led n surprNo visit on
tho plnco fifteen minutes later and
found all tho collar exits, locked and
barred. It was five minutes before his
men wero permitted to enter thn cellai,
where two men were found playing
Chinese cards while tho others sat
around on bunks.
Wily Chlncsa ' Ovorlook Point.
It looked Innocent enough, particularly
as tho llvo minutes had been
ample 'time to sue'ccssfiilly hido any
other gambling parapheriialra. As thero
happens to bo a section In the law,
how over, which states that anyone who
shall expose ni? paraphernalia that
enn bo gambled with when nil exits
arc Inrrrendcd s ns guilty as if he
wero found in (he act of gambling, tho
little ruso to fool tho riolico conso
quently furnished tho best ovidenco possible'.
On orders from the deputy nil tin
dcrors wero broken down and carted off
tor ovidenco. Thq .trapdoor through
which tho police had formerly jumped
tho gumo wns found barred with a trap
not only Jlusli with (ho Hoor, lint a
second ono undorjieatji tho rafters.
them, four lcad.pipo bars had
been driven,, making this entrance ub
solutcly inipusbiible. Tho whole floor
section wjjs taky,u out. for the second
trmu luiilwill'bo used as pvidOnce.
uno man was caught in tho game
who hiis Jicen found in each of tho
three big joints raidod during the week,
unit his hail was hoMjttcd according to
the schedule, previously announced by
tho deputy, All tho alleged gamblers
wero released ou bail varying in sums
of from ten dollars to twenty dollars
As a result of pollco activity thorc
aro now 135 gamblers uwaiting trial in
thu district court.
IN CONVENTION ELECT
DUNN lilt, Septemler 17. Oillcers of
llio AhMieliitlon of Mil tary Surgions
were elected nt the lirt session of tile
twenty srinud annual ronveut'ou nf the
assoi nit ouyestrrilHy. Ilrlg. Ueu. hurl
AilaiiiH of the Illinois Slate Ounrd vv.is
eleited pros dent i .lelferton
II. K'ein . Mivllcnl Corps, H. R A., Hist
V Burgeon llnpert Ulue,
I'llited HlHtds I'irtilic llivillli So vice
rermul i Medleul limje t
or liiorte ):, Lung, I'. H. A., third viie
prom lent, Co. 8. ('. bliiiilon, surgion
general Illinois Niitliiuul lluuri). seere
tary; Muj II. A, Arnold, l't nnyv hum
Sut unsl (lunnl, rurer.
(ll I'mUral VU TalMranb.)
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MM b I? fir iuitiiiiii iu
Will Consider Successful
Aspirant TraitoV, He Says
Candidate, Ptoclaimlng Himself
President Under Hucrta
nance Doomed to Samo Fate an4
Mnximilan, Says Constitutionalist
Leader Diaz Now Says He
Is Not Comltifr Bock.
(liy Federal Wireless Telegraph )
DOITOIjAS, Ariynnii, September
2s. to Tlio Advertiser
- "I declare thnt Svhoever
h'liisulf I'reisideiit of Mexico
ns tin result of the elections
llitertn promises in October, will
lie considered n trnilor to his couitr
try. If h full into our hands
lie will bo tried tnltler the Uiw
of .liitiiinry LT), 18lj2,,n'nd the same
tienimuiil will bo accorded to all
who recognize him nn President."
This (lucliinition formed a part
of n lone; message received here
today from Governor Veuttstiauo
Ciiiniiia, tho Constitutionalist
lender nt Iinrmosillp. It was in
response to n reipiesi that ho state
his position ou tho candidacy of
Frotlericn finmboa for the Mexican
The law to which Cnrrnnzn referred
was that enacted by Benito
Juarez. It provides that all 'traitors
may be Mimmnrily executed
without trial. Under it Maximilian
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, September 2S. (Special
to The Advertiser) At San I.eandro,
Spiin, today, Gen. Poffirio Diaz denied
thnt he intends returning to Mexico.
Ho emtio hero with his wife to bid
lion voyngo to their daughter. Donna
Amadn, who sailed for Ycra Cruz.
"Tho only condition on which I
would rctjirn to Mexico would bo" in
the event of foreign invasion." ho sa'd.
"I qannot say whether that will come,
or not, but if it did JslouId feel com
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MEETING IN THE SURF AT WAIKIKI DN SUNDAY ii
RESULTS IN PUOrOljllRRlE'llNutnGITING CHASE
(From Monday Advertiser.)
They met ou tho Walklkl beach early
yebterday morning.' She was rather ji
tallish nnd slim blonde of about twonty
years and ho called hor Myrtle, lie
was ,yihois.(nmploycd in
electrical work in this city. Whether
they mot by appointment or accidentally,
who can This is sure, how-over,
they wero very glad to meet, and,
in the light of tho quickly succeedlni;
and sensational cvunts, it may bo surmised
that they had hoped to seo cai.li
other ut just that place nt any time, for
it was early nnd thoy were not likely
to bo disturbed.
What was said is- not of record, but
it is known that the young electrician
had wooed the maid and also that her
Inothor, who is n widow, disapproved
of the contemplated match, having au-other
gentleman iii view as a possiblo
a florist, so tho story goes
flowers uro poetical, of course, but
greater wonders are wrought by electricity
than is dreamed of in tho average
mini's philosophy. In any event
thu mother received a shock before tly
day was very far spent.
Tho ardent lover persuaded Iiii fair
ndmlrer that tho psychological moment
hnd nrrived to scttlo. all family arguments.
Tho cool air of tho morning, iu
so beautiful n spot as Waiklki Peach,
helps ono's determination.
Tho man urged, tho girj coiiscnten,
thoy Itihscd' (in hnstc), anil tho youth
bent it for tho Inn to get on tho' telephone
1'riends wero communicated with,
nnd, to make a swift story evcu quicker,
tho hnppy couplo wero sovm tied
good nnd fust in tho tender bonds nf
wedlock. Then, prcfto, thoy wero next
roportod scooting over the Pali and
daehtng nlong to pretty Ilnuula. on tho
windward sldo of tho island.
An lncumrog auto party saw their
mnchiuo whizz by nt n most ambitious
tinco. A gentleman by ho name ol
(litt, noted rlecfrician, Was at the
wheel, playing Cupid at thq helm, ns
It wero, and tho bride and groom of
scarcely an hour were holdlpg each
other's hands lu tho back of tho cat,
,U thu Aubrey Hotel, though lovers
are rarely hungry, they were persundej
to mirtnlie of refreshment.
Meanwhile, us. the 'storybooks have
II, there was fomothing dulng In
city, . i''l
Angry Mother Bctnti Trouble,
An angry mother "mlcd a mouse,"
Him go hold nf tho phnun ami began
uiklng (uotlniu of frleinU. Myrtle
was not In bu found at any nf (lit
biiauli resorts, wliern someone tub! lior
that her daughter had been seen curl)
In tlm day. Hut slues hV)iied as (be
iruu waiimn ;trMed lu Vlntilng "'
lid inquiring nf iiiiMieruiW' urquulnt'
Wwi, and iwn she was warm on the
trail. Mbe knew luiUitiiir nf llm nmr
rUg, but lnrni nf hu ilight lu
JJxrtllUK Oliuo Hti1,
Th m iiiirnt mihuuviikiI Jiw
4"im, ieisw rtumifimr, u (IimuIiji
!' Muinii, ut Mwri huvy iiulh
' mil ow wfcl tt myijej( w hiiis ii
luld bun. Ml rVniiLsJ At) UH IU l)M
i ubj sad tk WMl&l to fri IN
.mirk . IU0 ffsj giliUrjt rll) Ifl
Mmiiiii Mt'S. 'Mill vmi ubttul ilimv
''wrb it4$)f tiutmatwihe
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GEK. POHFIRIO DIAZ.
Latest picture of deposed President of
Mexit'o, taker! on the lllviera,
"Iron- Mnn of Mexico" apparently
fit fbr any fiay.
polled to'igo. I do not consider thnt
thero U any likelihood of war between
the Unitedi Stntesi nnd Moxico."
GAMBOA PREPARING FOR
. AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN
(ny'i'edornl Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OP'MKXICO, September 'J8.
(Special to Tlif; Advertiser) Fredeneo
damboa is. losing ,no time in getting his
campaign for, the presidency under way.
With only four weeks intcrveninc be-
,foro the, election and relieved of his
duties as minister he has plunged into
the work of organization and already
has laid plans for n campaign of spell-binding
wjiich -probably will draw him
personally into the field as a political
pursuit began. Up Xuuauu nnd to tho
Pull at a dizzy speed. Down, down,
down, round, more corkscrew nnd death-
Unviting' Curves Quinn steered bis
elilnc vvltn tlm steady hind of a maitei
r.ml soon had his thundering cat
up tho scenery on tho easily
nnd nicely lovel roads below,
for tho Aubrey Hotel, with the an'
xious mother of tho eloping girl cvor
urging further desperate time.
Arrived at thn Aubrey, (Jiiinn breathed
a prayer of thanks for safety and
went into the hotel for a sandwich and
n cup of colTec whllo tho bride's mother
took th'i renter of the stage for tho
truglr calling to account mid capture
of hor runaway daughter.
Learns of Marriago.
But there was nothing doing in the
"go homo to molher" line. Daughter
bid in the house nnd refused to como
out, whilo the maternal relative was
apprised of the fact that tho daughter
hud been regularly married in Honolulu
that morning nnd was now on
her honeymoon and did not vvisli to bo
disturbed, even by hor mother.
The pleasant nnd peaceable proprietor
of thj cozy hostelry near llauula's
famous beach (you seo thero were two
beaches from beaih to beach-1-
to lluuulnt) enlmly announced
thnt he wanted no disturbance and that
he meant to maintain peace in bis
house. The doed was done nnd thero
wns no use crying over spilled ambitions
In re mntcli'inaking.
Qulnn, having finished his lunch
and be needed it tho weeping mother
returned, to thn machine and was
driven back to Honolulu though by no
means ut the isamn speed in which she
bad been taken nr.ross tho Island.
Xo wondqr poets ,sing of Walklkl.
BOY LOSES, LIFE IN
WOODTOC1!' Connecticut, September
Jiobllng a guy rone to
a balloon while It was being Inflated
ptpparatory In im ascension at a local
fair this afternoon, was suddenly curried
fiOfJ .fref .III the air and then
iltnimn.l In I.ihIuiiI .lenlh In front of
tho Hrniidstunil, . wivrti 5000 persons
In order to secure a belter hold nn
Hlo Yopi 'Muting thu Inllstlnu of
I He Iihiioou, ine noy wnumi me rupa
limit 'Ms- WrM idri'rul times, When
the Imlloondt, Harold dates nf
Marled his asreioliiu thn Imy
did nut have time to unwind Hie rope
and was iHirlnl swllllv upward,
ulliig liv line liaiul. (late was mil.
aware uf llir boy's pri'illeiimnil iiulll
the rope iiuwnuml Hrelf mid the boy
was dhi'd (n ilealh,
(lly IVileml Wirulo 'JVIeuraph )
u The Advertlm)
iiufesi ot my
men. nt uvlf l 71 ,iul . hy tl H,ur
Uy llmirw as
'Il is mi lHlnn of llio wwr
(ilieii a ilniim mt nf 1'iwuln
vsllh t tit f r will .uiilruld.l In Hid
uliuoM Meruit ou uu tir pidy,
far Lr nisii, ninl ii& iit huIiaj
ftfpt iirmtillf 'ni ii ub ) tfiuju,
hftl kwmliii tutti e( mmgu
KtU MjfW It) Jiy TpWsb."
: m CHAIIt Mi I
I Louts Rcid Swim
miner With' Parent Near the
I Breakers OlT'Moana When Mrs.
Reid Is Seized With Cramp and
Young Hero Guides Her to
(Prom Monday Advertiser)
Ten-year-old Louis Rcid yesterday
afternoon seized his helpless and
drowning mother by tho hair nnd
dragged her fnim death far out iear
tho breakers to safety on the beach in
tho vicinity of tho Queen's plnco ui
Thero havo been some heroic rescues
from drowning in tho waters of these
Islands, but little Louis' strenuous and
seemlugly impossible feat of Sunday
has seldom If ever been equaled aud
certainly not outdone.
Mrs. Itcid, who is a widow, and her
small son were out swimming together,
merrily disporting in tbo waves, and
wero near to tho breakers, when the
mother was suddenly convulsed with
piiu, nnviiig ueen smitten witb a
cramp. The lad at onco noticed some
tuing wrong, uut nis cool bead ami
filial devotion would not permit fear
to overcome bis presence ot mind, and
when ho saw his helpless parent sink
ing lie acted instautcr, getting a good
bold or her liair with ono hand and
swimming with all tho strength and
tiasto no could summon toward the
The t)dds were against tho ten-year-old,
but ho had the grit' and determination
of twico or thric'o'that age, nor
did ho entertain a thought of failure.
Exhausted, he finally brought his
mother near to the concrete pier and.by
tliut timo pcoplo ashore hud realized
their plight and eager men went to
tho assistance of tho pair. Willing
hands oun started to work to revive
Mrs. Held, and she and the young hero
received all tho attention that could
bo given ttm.
After u tho widow was in almost
her usual ''.ood condition, and,
needless to rccoru, hud eomowhat uf
praiso to bestow upon her youthful
However, liko nil 'bravo boys and
men, Louis wasn't looking for praiso.
Ho was utterly content lor ho had his
Louis has bcon attending tho Honolulu
bchool for Boys. Yesterday his
mother had arranged to havo him spend
.tho day at tho beach with her, and he
was vto havo returned to school last
night. Hut ns u reward for his bravo
act Mrs. lteql kept him with hor ut
homo Inst night, , and just us b"oou as
sho can arrango it ,sho is going to seo
that his wish to have a
cauoo of his own is gratified.
Treasurer Conkling Plans Whole
sale Reduction in Number of
Marrying Permits Now Held in
A wholeralo reduction of tho number
of agents empowered to grant marriago
licenses and of thoso authorized to perform
tho ceremony is now thrcatoned
by Treasurer D. L. Conkling, in whoso
hands the fate of XIS pcrsdns author'
lzcd to pronounce the "man and wifo"
sontenco and in t);ei neighborhood of
500 ngents to grant marriago licenses
now rests. S
The olliunl in question believes thnt
hero nro too many preachers, elders,
knhanapulos, priests, ministers, clergymen
nnd others enjoying theio sacrel
privileges, and ho is now at work studying
n plan whereby a majority of these
will hnvo their right to tic tho nuptial
kuot "deleted." Likewise iu the easo
of the agents to grant marriage
will this be done.
"A revocation of nnthorlty awaits
tlieunajnrlty' of the hundreds of mar-tinge
lirense agents nnd marriago ceremony
pel formers," said Treasurer
Crinkling beforn leaving on Saturday
afternoon for Hllo.
Now Working on Problem.
".Tun bow I will delete and decimate,
thq number ) havo not figured out, but
I will solve the problem all right.
There lire altogether too many lu both
I niuehek of the bi'siiicss. I believe the
rlieriir and the deputy sheriffs on the
different Islands should bo commit-sinned
to grant marriage license, In
any case I will soon start thn bull rolling,
Hint expert thn next legislature
will Inkii up (he matter ,lu a
manlier it lid remedy tho preent
law, ns I havo been trying to havo ilono
Prompted by KoJialiv Incident.
Several recent iiirldunls In Wining
nf nuirt liifi lieiiiKc and performing tint
mirrlagii tuivlrr, notably whtj rou
lilcrt'. n llugruut i'iu that uccurred
some wndis ago In Kohua, Hawaii,
Iiiivii bean (nought In I ghl, ami tlieru
oeilM lb be H IwaiiL' or tvvltt soimi
where in I he IiusIiiom which does not
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mrvlrti urnv be rwaift ainl miisHtvl
f,ul ,i.- ,..,iuu u, tLa ,IM.'. ., .,
Mow . )s ,f ,l$ hurt . iimw In do ihi.
II. .1 - -, .-.-.-
i in mr m h iimii iy who livll In
iiifl(fy iu an er the Alfinr fi
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