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SEEKS Til MREHS
JAPANESE IN ARREST
(foverrior Asked to Call Special
Session of legislature and
Adopt' Anti-Alien Land Law
Following: Discovery That Bryan's
Cousin Is Negotiating Sale
With Little Brown Men.
(By rtiler.il Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, October l.r. (Special
to The. Advertiser) Congressman a
Vrfintf nffirlt or Florida tins cent In
Uovernor Park Trammel of that Stato
a renucstlliat tlie legislature bo con of
vennl in Mireial seisioa to pass a law ill
nrnhibitinc Japanese ownership )f The
laird In Florida.
'The actioa of Clark followed the
making public of tlio fact that a party
of .lmemcse is ill Florida loohins over
lands owned by fonncr (hivcmur W. for
S. Jennings, first cousin of Secretary
of State W. .1. IJrjnn. tho
These Japanese came, from California
whoro the lnml bill against which the
Japanese protested deprives them of
the. right to own realty. ed
DANIELS TO TAKE COURSE
AT NAVAL WAK COLLEGE
(I!v Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NFAVPOUT, lthoac Islaml, October one
35. -(Special to The Advertiser) Tlio
jiossibility that Secretary of the Navy
Daniels' will take a course of
at the Naval War Collego hero had
next summer has aroused much iitvrct
among the ollicers stationed at Newport. tho
ATLANTA, Georgia, October 15.
,(Hv Associated l'ress Cublo to
.Julian Hawthorne, son of
Nathaniel Hawthorne and himself u Ii6
noted author, was released from tlio tho
federal penitentiary hcrq today. He
has been serving a term on coavictl6n
of fraud in connection with mining ventures ho
In which his name, was used. Ho
plans to resume his literary work, and
will leave at once for New York.
LOS ANGELES FINDS A
CASE OF LEPROSY
(Ily l'eder.il Wireless Telegraph.)
WASH1NOTON, October 15. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A
cake nf lenrosv at Los1 Aliccl'cs
reported to the public health servibo
today is taken to confirm Surgeon Gen-oral
Illue's declaration that moro leprosy
exists la the United Stntcs than tor
is generally known'.
PRINCE ARTHUR WEDS.
t LONDON, October 14. (Ily Asso
ciated l'ress Cable to
Trinec Arthur of Couiiauglit, son of tho
,duke, today wedded l'rjncess Alexandra
Victoria. The wedding was n
.beautiful and notable one.
, (Ily l'edcral Wireless Telegraph.)
PlTTSHFRtlH, October 15. (Special
to The Advertiser) .Moro radical
than tho futurists, cubists or any jr
tho freak predecessors wall tlio opinion
pronounced by critics nn tlio first exhibition
of the Kiperiinentalists ia thS
Hon) Galleries here today..
Allelo 'ay Williams, originator or
tlio experimental school, has on rac','
exhibition an impression of classical
music of whuh one critic said:
"It looks like a lot of delectable
salads being tossed about in swirls bC
(Hi Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NUW VOIIK. October 15. (Special
to The Advertiser) "Mrs. Hluko despised
and hated her husband and repeatedly
threatened to kill him," declared
Mrs. Clarence A. Mnckay, wife
of Clarence A. Mackny, today in her
answer to .Mrs. Joseph A. lllake's million-dollar
suit for alienation for Doctor
This" statement puts a new complexion
on the matrimonial tangle and is
supported further by .Mrs. Muckay's
declaration that the Illakes wero estranged
in HUH and that slin did n6t
meet her husband until live yearn afterwards.
(Uy l'edcral Wireless Telegraph.')
WASHINGTON, October 15. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) ljesumptiun 6f
tho hcnnto lobby iavesligatipii will begin
as soon as the Currency Hill is reported
to tho sunato for debute, it was
, , Tho committee, will direct its probo
to tho alleued labor lobby being maintained
in Washington. Then tho
lobby, tho anti-Honor and linuor
lobby and lobbies of minor character
will coiiiu in for investigation.
Tlio committee hopes to net to work
the latter part of tills month or enrby
in November. A report of tho investigation
is looked for in .liimmry.
(Ily i'lidcriil Wirclcs Talegtnph.)
lr 18. (SjH'cial to The
tisfcr) On the ground that u wa.li
ami lit wile are not in law mpii,
I rntn fm'Hililusl. ami (I Jit ifiov flflll.
not net und think mdiipoiMlutitiy
of uurb other, tuc right of W. li,
llfiiAw (! hl ii to u y
jiliAr to a rrifaiiffil til wa
by h bholo altoVnty t
wV. HuJifrlOf Jv w. A. ifiwn.
Iter ri'fiiHol to nuinlii the elm I
Iriioe for f mWiint Mr. Hen
if, ir4' ii
Xm I 2
Sheriff Jnrrctt Begin3
of Charge That Policeman
Sizemorc Beat Up Prisoner
Without Cause; Injured Man,
Unconscious When Tukcn to
Hospital, in Serious Condition.
(From Thursday Advertiser.)
Lying in tho (jueen's Hospital, in a
dn'rigcrous condition, is Kn Sung Wooii,
Korean victim, according to reports
nuulo to Slicrid' .Jnrrctt, of as brutal
a.casc of mistreatment at the hands
a polico officer ns has ever occurred
tlio history of the Honolulu force.
sherilf has onlcrcni an Investigation
iiinilo and if the charges filed ate
substantiated it is probable that tho
polico olhcer will unci Ins way ino tlio
dock fo answer 'before tlio magistrate
According to the complaints, niado,
policeman, llicyclo Olliccr Sizo
more, in arresting tho Korean on tlio
complaint of a Hawaiian woman, who
says tlio mrfn insulted her, first knock
him down wita a blow of his club
tho back of his neck, then pro
ceeded to kick him in tlio ribs nnd
stomach. This occurred on Kuktii
street, beside tho Club Stables, arid
witnessed by Charles- llellina, Ul.
HenrlcUos nnd Dr. W. T. Mousarrat,
of whom jirotested against the
unnecetSary violence of (.lie arrest,
only to bo told to mind Ins own bust
ness by tho officer. After tlie Korc:in
been twiio knocked down, say
those iiivcstieatini. he was dranacd to
corner of jxukui and Nuuumi,
where ho was again beaten up, t,ho
story (old by huu ,,nftorw.irds being
that tho polico olliccr this time was
assisted in the job by a Hawaiian man.
When the patrol wagpn arrived to
carry (he prisoner to the polico stati6n
was unconscious. Ho camo to ht
hospital, two liour.s later, whero ho
had been sent from the polico station.
When first received at the hospital
was tlioifght to dying, but was
reported to bo doing well last n'rght,
w'ith the chances of his surviving his
beating . improved. Hi body bears
the marks of many blows.
Tho Korean National Association
has taken up tho case and retained A.
('. Atkinson to represent it. The
attifrnoy called on n number of wit"
ncstes last evening and took down
their statements m writing. These
include Mossrs. ilcltlna, llenrlues,
Mousarrat unit tho hospital stipci'iii
tcuilcnt arid physician.
Sheriff Jnrrctt wrll taku up tho mat
at ni.no o'clock this morning and
will go into it thoroughly.
"It fs a serious case," said Sheriff
larrett, )Cstcrday. "There, uro alwhys
two sides to a question but I have
not gone into either side thorough!
'ot. I will have all tho witnesses up
Thursday morning and tho results of
the nlvestigafioii depends solely upon
Siremore is an ex-soldier with a fine
record in the department having been
promoted to the bicde patrol sliurtl
after his appointment to the, force.
Tacked to Rates
Navigation Co'iiipany Discovers
That Traveling Public Is Willing
to Pay for Choice Berths and
Prices Go Up.
Passengers on tlio I liter-Island
stenmerH for Maui and Kauai ports
hao recently been apprised of
the fact that if ono wants an exceptionally
good room on tho big
passenger vessels of tho fleet one
must pay extra for the same, l'or
many years there has boon a
scramble to get certain rooms on
tho vessels, said iihiiiis being tho
luvoritea witli thu traveling public.
Tho Inter Island Company, being
quick in its" cftnny wny to take
notice of tho comfort of tho
public and sen thut its
wants uro gratified, will now for
tho addition of a dollar to tho regular
faro give a choice of jooms.
As this new charto anplios only to
"tho Mlfiil.aiiil Kuuai passengers tho
tlnwnli passengers feel that they
hne been against as
they are iftiiuiYli longer time on the
Vessels and no extra chargo is being
made to them for ihoico rooms
or the feel that thevaro not getting
tlio choice rooms.
" Public I'tilities Commissioner
.1. Jfi iSf'WillihiiiH, who travel a
great ileal betwueu .Muni mid Honolulu,
is wry liable to have this
liw wrinkle triad on Mm tmino of
them flue days anil then probably
theio will be something doing,"
Mtys n former pwii(ter,
(IV i'e'lvral WireleM ToIi)graih.)
NKW VOHK, October 18. (JSell
to The Advertnmr) The will at the
lte lien imniii A It nmn, intreliaiit mid
Oil coauuntseur, filed today, dipo' of
li estMe estiwDt.d at foil niUllon
ilollsrs. TV li niiivle lHMuet Is
tbst Kt tin mi inn H loiii'. liuu oi mi
IreaCiui v I, h i gi'i l tin- Minn
I'lilitSII of Art iwr US u Hie
ll i;iil. i hi at'it (lel it (Ml lliml
1. .,.11. , I m, I. I I Mill 111 fifim.
HAWAIIAN .nAZttlTK, TO I DAY. (KTnUP.R 17.
Foreign Legations in Gitv of
Mexico Send Out An Appeal
- For Warships and Soldiers
tylsnk Refuses tQ'Reo'ecle Krorh Position, Germany Already
Has Cruisers on Way to Scene and ..foreign Troops
Will be on Mexican Soil Within Short, Time, It Is
clieved by Those in Capital of Latin Republic.
CITV" OF MEXICO, October 10. (By As'sociat'cd Press Cable) Mexico faccVthO most, gj'avo
crisis in its history. Following news from Wasiiington yesterday that PrcsidenC Wilson will give
no he'efl to ifie rett.uest of President Hucrta to withdraw American naval vessels' fytpii &cxicai
waters this month1, a conl'ci'cncc of the diplomatic representatives of foreign liations'sfationcd rlerc
was called. Representatives of Great Britain, France, Spain, Cuba, Gudtcmafd ano Norway "held
o, long conference last evening. The acute situation now cxiftiug here was gone, over thoroughly
As a result cf tho conference messages have already been sent by representatives of tho clifferent
nations asking that warships be di3pttehcd al once for Mexican wafers and ttiat arrangements
bo made to land sufficient troops 6. afford jsrotec lion as guaftt;: to the' different legations.
This action, it is believed, waVafrehd'y anticipated by Great Britain. Germany is reported to
already have ships on the way to the' Gulf. , ' .
' . .
(ji .i r, i i t j im iji p.,i.
This practically means the 'invasion of Mexico by foreign troops, not for conquest but as a
protection to their subjects in this country. Whctticr the popiilacc will accept1 tKd'cnlranbc of foreign
soldiers simply as a means of protection for the legations or as an open declaration of hostilities
depends upon the developments of the next few days.
l,inf MJ t'V vf a vf .'Ml t imHUi . j; ' - ,, .11 MI.'J i n .1!'. , I, , ' ll,i, . ,.
The result .of the .cbnfqrence indicates above all else that there, is imminent danger of an out-
break. .here in, the, capital and, with . ngnting again in progress here the anti-foreign . feeling which '
tills 'i,t i. n"i ,ii ,,... itji . i
has been spwinff might develop into open atlaslts upon, tho legations.
The meeting .last nigjit wa"s .'called at the reoiiest of the minister from Spain!
Nevs received here from Berlin tod?y announced that the German government has already
dispatched, tyo cruisers for Mexican waters. Adtiea to thi3 came the news from Washington that
President ViJson, docs not intend, to recede from h:3 st?rr.d m relation to affording protection to
the legislators who have been imprisoned at the order of Huerla. It is believed here now that conditions
liave jeacfied sucfi a stage tliat it would require bnt little to precipitate tlie crisis.
.JzU rrrr "rrr:tr
Grand Duko Cyril of Russia.
The President's Illness CausesWorry
vt i' o . kt vi , vt vt .:
Condition Is Same, Despite Treatment
(Ily I'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, October l!i. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) President Wilson's
indisposition, which was described
a few days ago us. a slight attack
of indfgcsition, is giving him moro
discomfort, and his associates aro more"
Commission aj, Last Finishes Task
of Making Awards Finally
Lacking only the tiguutmes of the)
baminar jiidges,r."(ili banana awards arc
now ready for delivery to the claimants.
Twenty IVktiius wero rejefctcd entirely
and twehe others wero withdrawn
by tho ,1,'l.iiinants.
Some time today Clerk V. Drake
expects to niajto tho uciunlntnuco of
an lidding iiuic'liiue and to foot tin
tlio total amount of the, claims which
tho Tenitory jull be called upon to
pay forthwith but of the avnilutilo appropriation
ii'f I0,(i0t) passed by tho
lasH, legislature, ft (s tlionght that
tho total u C the awards will como well
within thri amount ot the appropriation,
"doing 'Siime," is what Chief .lusti6o
liawlius of the1 liaif.uia court sas of
this probnblo showing, considering that
tho ;J I 'claims' tiled with tho commission
culled foi" damages somewhat in
excess of a ipiArter ot a million dollars.
Chairman Kawlins spent all of yesterday
signing the original and certified
topics pfHho awnnls. Ileforo ho
gets through with tho job ho will huc
affixed his official signature just 8383
times, whilo domiiiissioners 1'. 1'.
and K. Hopkins will
each h.ivo to "fist It" just HISS times.
This siRiintuioi work is u iiioiiiiini'iitnl
undertaking and tho commissioners
now begin to think that they nru really
earning their ten dollars per diem.
The ipioMiOn of just how to turn
oxer tlio awards to the clnimants was
put up to Deputy Attorney General
Arthur (1. Smith yesterday. Tho
it uncertain whether to ay the
amount of (entitled nwnrds to tlie territorial
auditor, hand them nver tu
tlie claimants. i individually, or tu their
iiorney or i tuwigncM, l it tho i'ne
wrier the rlminnnU are thn
Al i.Uted In Hie ,.l,crtlnf
ly, Ihe rale ur binaiu iUuL n'eiiw to
rak fVOIB' UMI to lf,(lvi' fdjlls
Thl ! a me ,u ntini tie eiliM
imnuNi in in 1'iinuf, WBiru in roriaiil
w ran irnni one to Hit ilnllur ilae
ul tlie , ntini? in Minrti an HvsHrif hu.
Iik.ii ii, N.lr hi lint i,i Mr. I.iIiiiiic Ken
ill,, ,li t in lliHiolulli on (uefiliii
King , August of
Grand Duke Cyril
I'ederal ir'elcss Telegraph)
nilESDl.'N, Saxony, October IS.
to Thd VilverIr) An attempt
to assassinate King rrcderick
yf Saxony and Grand Duko
of ltussfa tailed today only because
of ,thj! poor aim of the ussailant.
attack look ,jdncB at a theater.
man who was armed with a revolved
and a a shot that
past the head if the King and
missed tho Grand Duko who
been iigucst of King Auftusl for
days. Mounted polico captured
concerned than has been officially admitted.
lie is i nn down physically becauso of
his constant' work on the Tariff and
Currency Hills. Past Assistant Surgeon
Carey T. GraysOn, tho White
Houwi phxsiclnii, has been treating tho
President. Other plisiciaus have been
:!: :): Ms
(By l'eder.il Wireless Teleginph.) t
LONDON, October l.i. (.Special ?
te The Advertiser) It is rumored
that tin Nationalists in tho Irish
Midlands nn; organizing a body
ul drilled men for tho purposo of
checking the Ulster men in tho
e,vent ol tho Litter going south of
:k floyuo When Homo Jtiile lias
(Ily I'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
bor J 5. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
I'ortliirteon minutes today Mrs. Haton,
facing the jury which will decide her
fate, heard herself accused, ivitli all tho
grilling details, of (tlaying her
licir Admiral Katon.
"This nrdenl, ramo in tho rending of
tho indictim'nt ngalust tho widow. This
took 'up more. tliHii half of' tho actual
session of coifrttoilay.
Later tho scene, shifted to the I'atou
home at Assinip where tho jury xvas
taken to view tho grounds.
V T ...f..
(Ily Kederul Wireless Telegraph.)
HAN I'ltANCISCO, October 1!5.
(Special to The Adxertisor) l'or tho
third time witllin two weeks n decline
in the wholAtKilo prices' of sugar was
announced in Srtn Praticisco todny In
smpathy with the drop in raw sugar
of leu points.
The dei'liuo todny nihil another fifteen
points, making a torn!
since the first of the month of fifty-five
points or a little moru than half a
cent jnr pound.
., ,i,.n.-. , M
(Ily IVderal WirelfM Tclngrapli.)
CONiOltD, New llajnphlre,
l,V (Hpoclil tu The
'Dm . I .. (iutvmur iVlKor . will .. iiroUttibr or
.-. - - n.. I
der the ettrmlllton of Hairy K. imwM
xfiis openly aiWItted In 'he '
,iwmi i6.Uy fpr tlio ftM time '(iie Im
filbf In ti .. 'lnti' I egMii
lluiirnir Polker made litis stal '
"Mi l,,i.inti Mill I r hi urn si in
all li.int, ,,,, en Tucdio uikt in l n
inrd, 1n,lW milllthlllj ll.tppeui
' life TRIES nPMl
TO Ett life mIMm
Slashes Himself Following Quarrel
ill Camp at' Piikoi and
Troubla in the Japanese camp at
Piikoi anl Kinau streets .resulted last
nlht in the attempted suicide, of
a Jupaneso iwideut of tho camp,
who cut his throat and then committed
Tho man was in a stupor when tho
police "ambulance arrived in answer to
a hurry call, but was conscious on arrival
at tho hospital. Ho would givo
the ollicers no information and none
could bo secured from his incohcrwit
neighbors. Tho olice state that ho was"
Alter a preliminary examination of
his -wounds, physicians nt th6 (Jueen's
Hospital last night declared tho man's
condition to bo serious nnd hv may not
live. The coroner was notified, and
gue orders to secure statements from
tho witnesses at unco for use in cuso
the man died.
(I3y I'l'tlernl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, October 15. (Si
eial to Tho Adicrtiser)
Tho following transfers in the Coast
Artilleiy Corps have been ordered.
dipt. Prank n. Hdwards, Ono JIiinH
urea aim sixtieth to Thirty-third Company.
Other orders Captain William A.
Duncan, .Modioli Corps, to install
apparatus at Columbus Harraks,
Ohio, j'ort Leavenworth, Kansas; Port
lliley, Kansas; tho Presidio of Monte-ley,
California; Port Sam Houston,
Texas; Port sill, Oklahoma; rind
Jiilrrac'hs, Jlissouri. Major
M. King, Ordnanco Department, to
inspect material at itoyal Wheel Company,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Capt. Hdgar
King, Medical Corps, detailed as member
of board appointed October 10, relieving
Lieut, (jcorgo P. Lull, Medical
Corps; Pirsf Lieut. HaTry Graham,
Infrtntrv. reliiveil frnni
axiation duty xvitiTV!igiiiil Corp4' to ids"
company; thd rcsiginiti6n of Second
l.ietit. Oarl M. DOakins, Sixth Field
Leaves Capt. llbliort C. Williams,
rcurcii, eiteiuieii ten iinysj uapt. iSn
than O. Avcrlll, HlBVi'ntli Ca'valrv, ex
tended to January 1, 10H. .
Lieut. Commander T. A. Kearney,
navy ilejiartmeiit to fitting out of
Texas, on board xvhen oonimisisoncd;
Lieut. .1. X. Ferguson, Naval Torpedo
Station, Newport, Rhode Island, to San
Francisco; Lieut. 1!. P. Craft, third
division, Atlantic licet, to tho
No misconduct on tho pnrt of tfie
KdolMi polico xx'as proved by tho
of the investigation of tho
bribing of nn officer in tho
district, which were submitted
to the civil so nice t'ommiealoii but
(Unlit by Sheriff .Inrrett.
Ait alliiUxit was siibmittcil by the
,hrllT, In wliiili Karthakichl
who was urriitoil of bribing uu
said that he hml not told the
.etiurt iuterprcter tlmt lie hail ever
brllKd thu olliccr. Unsaid that tru or
Ififtucn lonrt ago a stranger Imd
Hums'.) Iilr liorse uu Iwiulucii lleucli
nn,) iinainliil a dollar fur Icltliijr hlia
liuiuuuu Will of tin i'iiniinlloii
remarked t lint Hie atlidaxlt . Icurud the
KtHdmi pnlra, 11 f the ihnrge nf brib
lukme, uuj the atllduxii uti aiicpted.
OF HIS, TARIFF DREAM
House Tjeadcr, who shows signs of
breaking with President.
(Vrom Thumday Advertiser.)
At an age lacking bul eight years of
ii century of life, Antonio da Slln
at thu homo of his daughter
in I'alolo Valley yesterday evening
at six o'clock. The. funeral illl bo
WL ' S 9
ANTONIO DA SILVA MAOIIADO
Aged xvho died last night
in I'alolo Valley.
held at half-past threo o'clock this af
ternoon from tho undertaking parlors
of M. B. Silva.
Mnchado born on tho Island of
St. George, in tho Azores, on March 1!),
1 S12 1 , mid last March celebrated his
ninety-second birthday. He cniiio to
Honolulu in July) ISS'J, xvhen ho xvas
eleven years of use, jears
ago. Jlachndo arrived licro on tho
gotnl ship Tiger, a xvhalcr which had
sailed the Sox'cn Seas. ,
Without any question
xx'as tho oiucst 1'ortugueso in Hawaii
and tho oldest ono also in point
Up to only a fexv months ago ho xvas
in splendid health and had the use of
nil bis. faculties Ho leaves a son, Domingo,
and n"iluughter, Mrs. Mary
Akee, at xvhoso I'alolo Valley home the
last night finished his
Two' Complaints Seeking Separation
and Two Answers, Rec
ord for One Day.
(Prom Thursday Advertiser.)
W'hllo. tho divorco mill conducted by
Circuit Judge William L. Whitney Jins
not been grinding for somo days past,
of 'sinco Judgo Whitney and members
of bis court left for Maui, still
I Ofablo' material is daily being accumu
lated in anticipation or tho jurist s re-tarn
froul tho Valley Isle.
Married life has apparently been a
fniluro in tho tnso of Coso Alahlwa and
John who xxcro married in
Honolulu on January 24 last, for C'oso
has brought suit for divorce ugainst
John on the grounds of non-support
Victoria .Ah 6Ipg yesterday filed a
libel for divorce against C. K. Ah Sing.
Tho cojupln was married at liana, Maul,
on April ,10, HUO. Non-support und desertion
are nllegod by Mrs. Ah Sing
as tho grounds for the dissolution of
tho present marital ties.
'An amended libel xvits filed yesterday
In the suit for divorce brought by II,
E. A, P.uothiiig ugainst Clara Itucthing,
who were married in Honolulu nn November
t, 1!U1, by Roverend Pelmy,
Kxci'Miixe mid habitual 111 treatment,
abuslxe and Insulting language,
negbct of the four inliior
children nf the cuide und 11 stututoty
olTcnte with whli h is coupled the iiiiinn
of Mux l.idige, aie sumo of the mtiny
ullegatluiis nuulo in the iinioiided complaint,
III the bill fur iiininleiiiinio hought
by Ilnltle ItiirUUi agaluit her hu.bniid,
Prelrlk wWliim jlurtaU, Hie Injter
hn fll'sl nil Hiiwr In which lie .lute
that he had neier refuwd to uppert
and iiiiiiiiIshi his wife iiml that b la
ion jutt as willing to do in as bit or.'
hn di'M'Mi'il miiI ul audoiii'il him nt
lu,i, i I uh (tu.
W ! ! S 0 N
Author of Tariff Bill Insists Upon
Retention of Five Per Cent
Clause Boneflttirlg American
, Shipping Which Has Been Suspended
Course After Wliito
(Hy rfderal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, October 13. (Spc
cial to Tho Adx'ertlser) "Tho fio Jicr
cent clause benefiting American shipping
xvill stand in tlio nexv tariff act
even at tho risk of trade xx'.irs and other
commercial complications," declared
aftor a visit to tho Whito Houso
President Wilson has siuponded tho
cluusi' and is expected to make a deter-lined
eirort to repeal it.
Unilcrxxood's statcmeilt is taken as
a defy oftho President. Tho fact that
11 number of trade treaties probably
will bo abrogated by tho clause does
no1 Undcrxvood. Ho thinks tho
United States xvill bo ablo to caro for
itself if Kuropeau nations attempt commercial
PHILADELPHIA, October 2. In
tho Ghetto lind Llttlo Italy thcro'is
general rejoicing over tho announce
ment that a possible euro had been dis
covered for trachoma. Hope that had
almost fled from thu'hearts of many
of the country's adopted sons and
daughters is revived. Men and xx'onien
xvho had seen relatives debarred from
tho United States on account of tho
malady noiv have visions of happy
family reunions iu tho near future.
One of tlio must touching scenes in
the immigration stations in tho past
lias ogCii tho separation ct families
becauso some member xvas afflicted
witli, tins contagious disease of the
Fathers xvho had come hero to
establish homes for thpir famjlies xvho
nan jaoorcu nnri, long anil earnestly
to save sullicient monoy to pay for
their passago xvero deprived of tho
fruits, of, thcir labors by tho immigration
laxv that 'debarred ,u trachoma
ith tho cure of trachoma nearly
all of these heartrending scenes xvill
bo eliminated. During the fiscal year
ended .luno UOj aliens xx'cro do-barred.
A majjority of tho cases xvcio
Dr. L. Webster Pox's operations
by Louis K. Post, assistant secretary
of tho department off commerce,
und other government officials, at tho
Hospital xvill bo
watched carefully by many of theso
lathers. The United States Public;
Health Service, through Surgeon Gen
eral Dine, recently recognized Doctor
I'ox's representations and sent Doctor
Thomas Clark to investigate tho oper
ations, JJr. ,l. ii. Oakley, and Dr. Wil
liam U. Stimjion, xvho conduct examinations
of immigrants here, havo been
studying tho ilietfnso for a long time.
Steamship companies aro also deeply
interested 111 tho success of Doctur
-Fox's treatment. To them it meaus
tho saving pt thousands of dollars annually.
Whenever aliens aro debarred
tho cost of feVding' them devolves up-
tin tho steamship companion, and they
aro compelled uy tno immigration laws
to tako those debarred back tho
plate, whero they purchased their tickets.
It is bcliexed that tlio success
of thd treatment will mean that
destined for other ports who aro
suspected of having or havo trachoma
xvill bo diverted to' this purt to obtain
FOSS BECOMES Ati ' '
(I!y Federal Wirtless Telegrapti.)
BOSTON, Massachusetts, October Hi.
(Special to The rtdxertiser) Nomi
nation plipcr for Governor Foss' as an
Independent candidate for Teelcction
were tiled today by his secretary.
(Uy Pedurnl Wireless Telegraph,)
.NF,V YQltK, October 1.1. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Aviator Janus and
11 passenger xvCro seriously hurt this1 afternoon
whilo seeking soino traco of
Arthur J. Jowell, the birdmaii, who has
been missing since Monday.
The men set out from Staten Island
In responso to a plea by Jewell's xvlfe.
They had gono only n short d'istanco
when the iiiachine caught fire.
Tho flames started xvhilo they wero
six hundred feet in the nir. Janus
gtiidod the machine DM feet, then it
turned turtle. Tho men fell into
marshy gr6uud, tjliua escuping death.
(Uy Vtlral Wlrelen Telegruph.)
HINOHAMTON, New York, Oc-
lobar 15. (Hpe-Iu tu The Advrr
liter) liiiriiij,' the panide of nif
v iiiKi.i. in,i h inoioriunii iiltoiupt
oil to bieak tho rnnk ,,r in,,
injirrlicra by 111111111,,. ,ij fMr
Mrs. Ueoiiru Tr,11iT i 11, i -1,..
pluiiiml tl Aincrlaan Hag bVtivcen
Hi tracks ami datnd tlio tiudnr.
11 an tu run H .loivn. gu h,, n
1 her unci 1 tin parndv h,j Hia.,
1111U mui loudl) ilievreil