Newspaper Page Text
Mrs. Hay,' Head of Suffrage
Party in New York, Says British
Suffragette Was Not Invited
and Deplores Her Detention
for Notoriety and Advertising
It Will Bring.
WASHINGTON, October 20. (By
Associated Press Cubic) It was an.
nounccd hero last night tint President
Wilson lias given aiteution to tlin caso
of Mrs. Enuncllne Pankliurst, the British
sulfragottc who has been refused
permission to enter the United States.
He has arranged for a conference with
Commissioner General of Immigration
Camincttl tomorrow. Camiucttl is now
In Washington. Olllcials here predict
that as a result of the conference Mrs.
"Pankhhrst will be given permission to
iind in the United States.
SUFFRAGE CIRCLES ARE '
VERY MUCH AROUSED
(By l'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
XKW YOltK, October 10. (Special
to Tin- Advertiser) Mrs. Pankhursfs
coming has stirred up woman's sullragc
(irclcs hero as few Incidents in the history
oil tho suffrage movement dinvc
done. Mrs. 0. II. 1. Belmont, who, it
lins been understood, was ready to supply
a bond lor tho Lnglish militant
should oil" be allowed, did not appear
actively in the caso.
Among other sufl rage leaders the
noto of svmpathy, while sometimes
bounded, was frei.Montly lacking.
Mrs. Mnrj O. Hay, president of tho
Woman's Suffrage Part) in thU city,
said the organizers are not interested
in Mrs. Pankhttrst'ij visit.
"Wo arc in no yenso militants, and
not in syinpath) with Mrs. I'ankhurst's
ideas," she said. "She, moieover, cainn
to this couutr.v entirely on ncr own
initiative and without any invitation
from the Woman s Suffrage Partv in
America. We,deploro the action of the
United States government representatives,
however. It gives Mrs.
a lot of limine notoriety anil advertising,
without benefitting the real
work of our society in the least."
ENGAGE ATTORNEYS TO
(By l'ederal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, October in. (Special
to The Advcrtirer) Suffragists at
headquarters sit the National Association
for Woman Suffrage, aroused at
Mrs. Pankhursfs dcto'itiuu, have engaged
tu.i attoiney ti act with those
coming from New York to plead for the
British suffragette leader. One of tho
local lawvers rs Miss p,mma C. fiillett,
a btiurngiht and dean of a local law college
who lias appeared before congressional
committees in tho causo of Witcs
for wo'meu. '
MANY ATTEND FUNERAL
OF NOTED ATHLETE
(Hy l'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
SANTA IIOSA, October 1!). (Special
to Tho Advertiser) There was a large
aseminagi at tlio tiiiieral this after
noon in llcildshurg of the Into Itnlph
W. Rose. The champion sliotputtcr of
the world was laid to rest beside his
mother and other relatives in tholtuso
family lot in Oak Mound cemetery in
, HONOLULU POOL SELLS
CBy l'ederal tireless Telegraph.)
SAN PltAM'lSCO, October 18.
(Special to The Advertiser) Pifty
shares Honolulu pool sugar stock sold
at $22 per share todav.
(By Pederal ireless Telegraph.)
( ONCOItl), N,. Hampshire, October
10. (Special to The Advertiser)
counsel lor narr K. Tlinw ae tiled
today a luief with (iovernor l'elker
giving the so called mside facts 6f tho
effort on the part of Willum T. Jerome
to secure an imlii tuient charging con
spiracy against "iiinw. Tin, lirief contains
iiiformntioii which undoubtedly
enmo from members of the Dutchess
comity grand iury licforc whoiuMhe
iudictment is sought.
(By Pederal Wireless Telegraph)
LONDON", October 10. (Special to
The Advertiser) King flcorge is about
to Invest one million dollars for his
son and heir, tho l'riuco of Wales. The
stocks and shares will bo bought in tho
nuino of Leopold I)e Kothschlld who
during tlio last fow months has been
nsiociated with thu comluct of the
tujal family's finanfes. '
DIPHTHEniA HOW IT MAY BE
AVOIDED. ' '
Diphtheria is usually contracted
when the child has a cold. Tha cold
prero the child's system for the reception
Hud development of tbo
genus. When tlicr are suses
uf dilihtlr'eiiH ill the uuluhborhiKid
t'ldldren (I'Ut lutve coM tlieujd n licpt
a liumti itud olf ttie trMt iinjil rono
irivl. (live thein CUmbivrlaiu's Cuujjb
llcmeil.v mid they will nut hav Ui r
limlii nt liiime loan, ft ulu tl.ans
nut (lie culture bes, nkii'L fnriii 111
a 1 hi Id's Dirndl when it hat u mid
mid lulniiultrts Hie usl. nf niutrm iihk
lllfcrtilnu diwui'S I'nf s.ili' h lfiii.ui,
Willi til I- IV, Ltd., A4011I1 (m lluwsil,
TIT-SPAY nrtmnHR 21. l'M.l. SEMI - WEEKLY.
COHEM DELEGATES ARE
Mijl Engineers and Frienth toiOt that power for, tbo cmno is M-
Number, of Twenty Spend Day I
Looking Over Big Government
Convention .to. Order at Nine-Thirty
'Prom 'Sunday Advertiser.
Turned' locfso fa ron'ni at wjll in an
eimtllfPf M ;t,fir'liltu.. lllrt .IMrwr.. I ...a i
Uic MiirKncIiiocis toiivoiltloii and
tho mchiberrt of thi 'Hawaiian
Association spvnt all of yesterday
forenoon as the gutsts of tho
navy' nt tho lVarl Harbor naval station:
' - iv -
Tho "Visiting engineers ri'vclcd 111 tho
sights Of; tho ttatiort, vv'nich is now
ncnrjng compteTfoi, 'nnd ' went
"jVYuy again on the, navy fug Xnvnjd,
which luiil Jnkeii them therp, uheeriug
theJr hoMsniid rnclq Sam.
Tho Navajo leit tho na"ial wtarf in
Iloiioliilu hnilwr at ten o'clock
lu llic station, c0iiiistvng4pd. ho
ijl'legates and their
aftQr nli hour reached tho station
and docked near tho coal-handling
t'J5!lf I1 ir. cpursq of
them kind addressed them brief -
' ly on tho plans of the plant and vhat
1 'ho govyriiiiieiit exjivelH to do thcrql
j iS Coal Dspot E::plaincd. ,
Tpon tho 'iiiinuiinii 01 the luant. lie
1 said, the gov. imncnt will lio able to I
storo "OO.bUtl tons of coal in it. Ono
waif is HlU'u.h nearly complete, and
fiirniblicd. 1111 iude' of the'appearanco I
of tlii" atruytu e, vvhiili vvlll cost
iniu. -Ml 1110 1 can will, vo submerged in
vynfer eonlinu il'j au'l iionobf it ex-
p'oied to tile" as, iiecording to thu
fper.ker, it' di teriorates ten per cent
year fropi sin !i eijioi. ue.
Tlio ilTic1inr.iiij machinery Will be
ablii to takfl.'V Olnns of loal'a day out
of llio thip.s' iiluupcldo where
feet ol wntni wilt lie uvi'iilable. " Tho
lontU.11; .inachinprv ih in lnultlplo und
will be able. ti lo'i'd ."0(1 toils of coal an
hoiir into ti. nnlinnrv rnir .
. i.i,l u.mir.t il.'u i.n ...!.. .. .!...
t(o O10 whajf w'ith empty) biiiik'eis ami
totc,m ,t JR!1I11 three hoiirt later with
Its' Vrfiiiplet'o allotnicnt, said the nuvul I
engineer. , I
' Two iron' oil fuel tanks.' havo just j
'Ifeen completed, f njiab(.o ' 9'f holding I
-Pf) tomt raih and tho" )iuinp houses ,
; attached are ncaiiiig completioii. These
ero nlso'lrtoked'ilvor.' " '
m.i ... ..,,
AiuaviUS V1U11U 111 JVLL1U1I.
I he giant lloating eriino is" nt tho
.easier iroci.eii. n. r. v.arr, 1 nnries
UVwan, t. nmnbcll, W. Craik .1. Clial-.
morn, W. .T. Dyer, J. P. Dillon, J.
n'Oriove, S. Oonlon, Lieut. 13. I!. Onylov.
Master I". (Taylor, W. G. Hall, B. B.
Hooper. Miss Harrison, S.-T. Hill. C.
Horvvill, IE. It. Hind, II. .lohpson, Stn
'""t Johnson, J. K. Kennedy. W Knight,
Mr- Knight, A. V. Kcljer K. W. Kopke,
,:- Konko, P. Lochr, H. Longlier, II.
MeCubbin, A. Milne, T. Murrv', K. Mt-
zie. It. Jlciiiiiicli. .1- A. MrKmwn. .1. (..
which, it is said, has been received by . .,..., ... T ... cOill, .T. Ore. W. IMer, .TT'II. Pratt,
Interested persons in Honolulu. BLItLIN, October IftMbpocinl " 'tt. '. h. Itenton. W. A.
'According to tlio report, tin; lessees 'The' AllVertiscr) it)r. 'prcderlck 'Frnnul '"J"- '- Hucthing, .1. UiiRSpl, Alvali Scott,
will erect a number of cottages, in tho Priednuiu with Professor tfriJl 'Ludvv'ig ' R- blwilv, H. . Simpson, 1.
siiacious grounds and uUo other .Schleich, a physicia'u,,di'"Stuttgart, is inS. ! T. Taylor, II. i. Truscott. E.
provements so that tho new hotel will quietly practising wdth'ls tu'rtlo scrum Towse H. Walker, P. Wnlker. CXIiss Wil.
lio in a p6sltlon'to eompctp for tlio best for tuberculous' in his jittle c'iuie here.1 f." J- Wyllie. O. Wyllic. P. T, Wil-of
tho tourist liusincbs., . Dottor TiicdiHuni) siiiil today that I'ams, Dr. II. Wood, 0. P. Vintcr, J, M.
Tho Irwin home is probably1 the fin- soon ho will return to the IJuited States oimg, y. Myllic. . ,;, j
est In the Islands, tlio stubln alonn ..!. nn..tr,. cl.i..r'i. ,!.iitH.'!...' -11.. 1 to cruito to Pearl Harbor
HOLDS ALOOF FROM
MRS. O. It P. BELMONT,
Ono of leaders of Woman's Suffrngo
movement in America who is not ap
pearing actively in agitation for shf
"Laird of Ski bo"
Faces A Contest
.To Defend Title
Carnegie's Claim to Scottish Title
Purchased With Estate
by Son of Original Laird.
(Hy l'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON', October 1!). (Special to
The Advertiser) It was learned today
that Andrew Carnegio Is not tho undisputed
Laird of Skibo. The old luird,
P. (!. Sutherland, Laird uf Skibo, died
recently and Cnrnoglo fondly believed
himself to bo "Carnegie' of Skibo."
Hut now appears Sutherland's son,
and protesting ngninst tho sale of tho
estnte to Carnegie, announces flint ho is
"Sutherland of Skibo," laird by inheritance.
Carnegie, bought tho, estnte from n
bank with which tho former luird did
much business. ,
...., ... ...
Report Reaching Honolulu, .That
Four Mainlandcrs Have
Leased Waikiki Property.
W. 0. Irwin has leased his magnificent
Waikiki Bench home to fouf'oung
men from the mainland, w,lio plan to
transform 51 into a hotel of the1 first
sembling a mansion. Tho grounds uro
large and there is a good beach. 1
Iho names of tho four young men
who secured tho lease wero not given,
but it is understood that they tire amply
able to carry out their plans.
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph,)
M'.W YORK, October 1!). (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A preliminary report
on the estate of Miss Surah
Knight, 11 recluso spinster who died re
ceutly in a small boarding house room
hero iuilicntcs that she was possessed
of more than 11 million dollars in stocks
and real estate In this city.
Her vvlll divided the estnto equally
between her cousins, doscpli (!.
and (ieorgo McLaughlin of
Sediilia, Missouri, from whhh place she
came to New York twenty jears ago.
The railrOad"station at Paihaaloa,
Hawaii, was rubbed last Tuesday night
und tho thief secured three dollars
from the cash drawer, lie was unable
to open the saf,e and consequently missed
tho opportunity to become moderately
rich. Pntraiico was effected
through the window.
While fishing for crabs 011 tho rocks
at N'avvaawa, below Piiuohau, a
colTco planter fell Into deep water
on October " and was drowned, according
to the Kohiila Midget. Tho appearance
of a largo shark in thu neighborhood
led to tragic surmises as to
Tho Pnauhau sugar warehouse is be
ing considerably extended, under plans
that will mako its capacity 1500 tons
Two little Hawaiian boys, according
to tho Midget,, fell from n horse nt
several weeks ago, and both
were so severely injured that they
died a few days later. Their names
were not given.
Mr. ltichmomt has accepted the position
of sugar boiler at lluea Mill iie
Mr. ('onaut, who leaves lit tho end of
the grinding season
A. D. Lindsay, the Hamakua merchant,
leaves shortly for a tour of the
States that may bo extended to include
part of Kurope.
I'ifty men are now working on n now
railroad lino between Honokaa and
Dsy and ujglit shifts am
The llllu railroad has superseded
many features of the old order of
things on tin) Hawaii county north
roan. Tlir), last Institution to pass Into
history is Nrkolm, the Japanese stage-driver
of 1'epeekco, who has gone nut
uf business with the words: "TrHln
too Mo 1111 cnu make money.
II1I0 too lung go, )mros get tired."
Drought b.i strqek the lllg Islsml
hitting KoIihIh pMrlliiuliirly bind, 11.
niirii urn Minims tillesttxl. ine iimn
iimt tiic pUnitaUuim u)u the Koiiuin
tons 11 Tiv. 0r irt)mii it lis iu... it,
w lu iww.
ti i.r,el!r I'tuli' rit'h 'i'!!" 1"'' I'l
.. v.V! .Hiuim,.,,!!,,1 rM.i'i..i.ihVil '
i iik'h int" Mu, v 1
Man Serving Life Sentence In,
Idaho for- Murder of ,
crnor Frank Steunenberg and
Who Confessed to Slaying
Is Now Seeking
(Hy l'ederal, Wireless Telegraph.)
H0ISK, Idaho;' OctolJtr'llT. (Sieinl
to Tho Advertiser)''' TI16' npidiintlo'n
for 'n p'ardo"n' of nrcli
conspirator a'nd' coirfessiM 'murderer 'of
eighteen 'mc'n, who 13" a liTc imprisonment
eonJeucc'..'fpr 'the, tfp.irdor'of
JPranlc Stei'iifenbprg of lhi,s
State, has create, slnlcvvido.' lnfcrejit:
The application vvilljcbulo before, tho
parddif board 'i( tilts H'tat'o ,itt, its next
meeting. It hljs the hheki'ng, .and ,iu
fact' tv as Ale;!, ,011 fho 'reipiest o'f tho
Metropolitan C'liureh Association ,of
Orchard claimed lie gave his consent
only' after being urged tq 1)0 sd by the
association, ' ,
Protest from nil sections of tho
Htnto, urp ,bciijj .rfeciyod'by ioin)ierIs
of tho board of pardons against ec
eoiisiijernflon of' "tho application aim
there is'"lit(le i'lianyq of it,s receiving
t ftt.v.s! y.
WIRELESS IN AFRIfJA
(Hy l'ederal Wireless TVjJorraph.)
HL'KLIN, Octoner II). fripecial to
Tho Advertiser) Tlio pcstollicc depart-
incur uxiay announces tnnt ucrmiiny
will have a regular wireless service
with all her African cohmies by May
(Hy Federal Wircleys Telegrajdi)
NI1W VOHK, bctboCT .l. tSpociul
to The Advertiser) ,iulnn l'awt'.iornc,
tho author vvhd was 'release I from tho
fidelul prison in Atlanta Thursday,
coiuiiientmi; oii Covdrnor OIynn''s plans
tor the beltermcnt ofj Ji'rison conditions
ill Now York Stiilc. s.)id tlifil thcro
novo.- can Xe 'anything appi'oaching
model prisons until 'iWnatos of penal
arc treatel ai human be-
Kays ho is anxious to see his American
patients, the reports from whom havo
,.becn very pleasing.
(By Pedeial Wireless Telegiaph.)
POIITI.AND, Oregon, October 10. -(Special
to The Advertiser) Dan of
I'lcary, the veteran pedestrian, will
start from tho mayor's ollico tomorrow
at noon to wnlk to San Prnncisco
a letter from .Mayor Allieo to
Muvor llolph. lie ilnns to cover the
771 miles in sixteen days.
LOYAL EEHINS CELEBRATE
OF LEIPSIG ANn
In celebration of the defeat of Ma-Mho
poicon at i.eipBic 0110 hundred years
ago, since which tiiuo no foreign fou
has ever crossed tho I thine, the Germans
of Honolulu united last night in
an enthusiastic talk and at
tho Mooso Hull, at which not only tlio
representative of the Kaiser was present,
but also the consuls for Italy and
Great Britain. One hundred veais ago
each of tho tountries represented was
intensely interested in throwing tlio
I'lencli yoke lrom lhirope, mid each
was 1 ('presented In the nlied armies at
There was a military aspect to tho
celebration last night for1 many old
Hermans wore mere, ineir coats iiniazo
coalhaiidling plant, being used in itsluvvn wishc vesterday afternoon, and
coiistriutioii, and Dr. .1. M. O'Connor, ! with the exception of a meeting of tho
whojs In charga of (ho coiicrcto con- mill engineers' committee with W. G.
Htiuctiou on U10 plant, was ablo to givo I Mall and P. Kopke last ntg'it tp com-
fho visitors 11 complete demonstration
Doctor O'Connor operated tho
crane's entire ' mechanism from the
opciutin,g tower, the control, oven at
remote points, being perfect. Tho engineers
vere delighted with tho (inhibition,
win. h was possible through tho
cicatmii ol the d'eimaiiic Umpire
Piillovving the MngiiiL' of- national
aiis, lieoig l.'odlek, acting German con
sul, made an address in which he said
(lint the result.nt Leipic was the
dation of Iho German Confederation,
while for a hundred vears no other foe
has ever ilaicd set foot across the historic
lilii'ie. He said that the present
ve,:ir wus lull of memories of national
liiipnrtnnie. The; was the silver jubilee
of Kaiser Wilhelln, and now came
tho eehbration of the- event which
made Gormauy tho rcat nation it is
today.- Ii,. sni.i that during tho past
twcnt.v fivl' years tremendous progress
lias been made, most of it duo to tho
eneigv or tho Umperor himself.
nev. nuns i;iigcinunlt mmle n
with decorations gained principally in lengthy n.ldrcss in which ho described
the P.rnneo Prussian war. Then tlio tlio butth at length, giving it- in n
situation was reversed, tho. Geimaus skitchy, vet (omplete, form, which
inarching south and invading Prance, aroused much, .cutluirinsm. Pollowing
not stopping until their Kaiser was ids addres a qujiiber of postiard
l2iuperor 111 the old iiuperiijl tliies InKcn froln paintings of the bat-hull
at Versailles. , He, worn thrown on. the screen by a
uml each was duly ex
bv tho pastor. 'j to
lulu. The halh.a largo one, was Itheiu" concluded tho exercises, after I ".""";"" i""11"'" "Since
ed, men, women ami children which, the tloor was cleared and every- t,10n tno work has lmssod from ono art
pnting in the event, while everywhere, body l.micl in tl.V iluiiciii,(. Which con- cen,or' "otber in "Lurope. Itwas
11s the German consul said. in his ad- tinned until tho lust car left town. returned to bchuitJi from Berlin.
Never pcioro lins such a large
seutntiou of tlio Pnthcrland lieen
out at a Germanic celebration in Bono-
dress. Herman's all over tho world weio
gathered to ctdebrato tho great victory,
lu Leipsic u magnificent monument
had been unveiled by the Kaiser to
commemorate the decisive battle,
which meant tho fall of Napoleon and
Tho singing of "Die Wncht Am
J. P. Hackfeld. the former German
consul uml itrcsideut of Hackfeld &
Co.; Ading Couul Gcorg Itodlek, of
Geriuaiiv ; Consul P. A Schaefer, for
Italy, nal Consul Iteutiers for tirciit
Britain, w(ro present.
1 ntiin utufi.ii'iu iium piuhiu UHlll'Ill'B.
J rom tho coal handling plant,, tho
viitors re-embarked on the Xavnjo
and steamed ucross to tho drydock site
,njjl fho litjlc.rjty of,y)(opj.apil build
ings lum win cuiisLiiuic luo x can Harbor
iinvnl' station. ' Tlioy'wcro shown
through power plant r (i. T. Hill.
Tho battery of nlxB. '&, W. boilers
were exhibited. Irica ope i capablo
of -l."!) Jiorsepovycr, an5 tlio guldo
that tley wctcrc6ntly tested
out,' running over tho guarantee.
The apparatus ucludes 'cue. D00 k.vy.
ge"iierator and ono 1006 l,w. goncrntor,
liolh tJ Curtis turbines.
4 Thcso gener?
atprsare capable i( 'jurnlng put un
current of 300 olts. A
has alsot been Installed to supply
romprcsfcd, aic to tho sb.ops. It is
of hanilling 2500 cObie, feet of free
nir per minute, c,o'rnrlrcasing to 100
Pounds, and is tic largesLcugitio of its
Und in tho Ter'rvtbry. '
This power plant, vyill not. only suppjv
thp power for tho nnYnlJvhops ,and the
(lydork, 'but vViri nlso lighl them, thu
fflarjue 1 nrrncks, Vort Kamchamcha and
'' ' ' '
I-.-.. CI... I
'.The NaVa.1'0, with its jolly crow and
passengers,, i.i tuoi llUYHt ..:'. - .UlilOll ii.... HI
ono in ttio'nftcrrioon and nr
fiyed n Jlpnolnlji at a 'quarter h three.
J'efjelimonts wpro sVrjjii on "tli' way
Jio'ipe, And ,lhe passejeerit disembarked,
liia'njts, 'to .CaiitninBasoiinVvcll plcasqd
with' thcirsea voyage."
After t. retiirn'aboiit thirty of the
delegates were guests of O. V. Hush nt
luifclic'iu 'at the; (.'onimcrcial Club.
Thcss Who Made tbo Cruiso,
The tollowing eniiyed, tho ciui'o yes-
loiilnj': H. Andermann dr., V. liechert,
'itV. liruns, Jlrs,, )-.. Uliike. the
Mf'es Illiiko, II. 0. 'Bo)vell, C, II.
Hrflwn, J. J. Crockett, Mrs. Crockct't,
Captain Miller. Miss
f fl II V iinliltvrtunil VA.iUFirn ' 'j nlifim iirn.
iiij vviii'iiet.ii ii.'imiiii - yiiiiiu iiv
mm Tl... .inii.niltw if tn ihnir
plot" arrangements for 'thn 'convention
meetings nothing vlc was done.
Now Heady for Business.
Today's program is as follows:
!::il a. m rirst meeting of thp convention
will be called to order at 0:30
a. 111. at tho Public Library, King street,
bv I hnirman .1. K. Slieedv of the Hawaiian
L'ngincoiing Association. Meeting
will be presided over by 12. Kopke.
Paper by II. MeCubbin on'' Milling."
Ad inurnment at 11:30 u. 111.
12-00 o'clock' noon Lunch for tho
Mill Knginecrs at tha f'ountry Club .is
guests ol'lho Honolulu Iron Works
Leave Young Hotel lobby at
2:;!(l 11. ill. Sppnml nf dm
convention at tho Public Library, 2:30
! I. ni. Meeting will lio presided over
M'.v "W. G. Hall. Papers by K.1 Benton
I Hind oil "Boilers and Furnaces'' 'and
j James Ogg on "Bvnporators, Olarificrs
"lid Pilfer Presses." Adjournment at
'1 p. in
8:00 p. 111. "Hmjincers' Night" at
Hie Opera House, King street. 'Procure
tickets before ti:00 p, in. October 20 nt
the. rooms of tho Hawaii Promotion
'omuiittee, Young Hotel
ing ror "engineers' Keservation."
Indies are (ordially invited. Business
suits will bo. wojli.
After 1111 absence" of ncnrly half a
century the smallest oil 'painting in
tlio .world, a landscape mininturu painted
on a grain of (orn, has been returned
to tho artist who created it. Ho is
Samuel T. Schultz, of Camden, "X. J.
In litis Schultz went to Wheatland, N.
-I., tho homo of James Buchanan, picked
up un ear of corn thorn and decided
iiint Buchanan's portrait 011 0110
ot t'io grams, then he changed his
On tlia back of each seat of a new
' London theater there will be
! the-slot tejephones U enable persons
! with defectlvo hearing to listen to what
Is being said on tho ago.
V iSl M
Seen At Time
order of Kaiser Wilholni.
Was Zeppelm LII Destroyed
V- v V k
Hostile Aeroplanes Were
(By Federal Wireless Tclefjrnnh)
BERLIN. October 18. (Sncclul to Tho Advcrtitor) On diroot
' ' fi ' " v .---,.
inany's unjiy olllcials und eocrol service tigenta tiro luvcutigfiting tlio cause of tlio explosion whloh on
deitroycd the Zojipolln Ml, nnny dirigible, which caused the dentil of Iwcnty'dBlifof tho twert.
men on board, with tho belief k it wns not nn ucciilent, but was ctuued by a bomli cjropned
Iioiilu win nernplnuo.
Tll BUU,'ot gf,'v,Cl, ,ms '"scovun'd tlml two war ueroplnueo coniieolcd with tlio rtvlittlou corpi of it
f'olffii iintlou were crulilnir iteur the scene when the LII cxploilon oTOtired
Olllclul circlet ure In conitcnmtloii,
Says vWorld Prfcc Is More Important
Than Free Trado to
(By l'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN' PltANCISCO, October 10.
(Special to The Advertiser) That the
price of sugar in tho world markets is
P.U route liomo from the Last, talks of
tariff and sugar on Coast.
more important to the industry in Hawaii
than is tho question of free sugar
was fho statement of Hartley
of Honolulu, prominent in the business
world of Ifnvvnii, who is in the city.
Hartley lias just returned lrom ii two
weeks' trip in the Unst where he put
Ids twq daughters in a bchool in Connecticut.
Ho will sail l-or Honolulu
Deposed Governor of New Ycrk
on Tour in State Automobile
Making More Charges.
(By l'ederal Wireless. Telegraph )
ALBANJY,' New- York, October 10.
(Special ,to The- A(crtiscr) William
HuDor left today fpr Now York, where
he intends to enter the campaign of
attack on .McCall as the emissary of
Murphy in tlio negotiations'' which
caused tlio break-between the Governor
His lrieuds declare that he will
lopcniy' clmrgoittliatliltiirrrtiS the oirly
months 01 his administration
first ias a Justice of the .supreme court I
and later as Suiter's appointee to tlml
chairmanship of tho public service (oni.
mission, fiequently urged him to call
off tho Jleiipcssy investigation and stop
the intended gralt prosecutions.
Sulzcr, in a Statu automobile, the
highway department machine ho has
used since John N. Carlisle became
commissioner of highways, plans to
motor to New York, arriving thero
early in the week,
John A. Ilonnofsy also plans to enter
tho mayoralty campaign in Netv York,
attacking "Murphy Hud tho Tammany
PRESENTS FATHER'S AGED
SERVANT WITH VALET
(By Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
LOS AXGKLKS, October .(Special
to, Tho birthday
jiresi'iif of a valet was made today by
.Mrs. Anita Baldwin JlcCIau 'lierey,
daughter of tho Uto II. J. (LuckyU
Iialdwiiij to her father's
old servant, Silas Colvcrt. Por thirty-
dlx years Colvcrt was employed by tho
famous turfman, and today, when ho
readied lour scorn vears ho glailjy
the services of a valet.
. . , ..-.
O'ROUEKE LEFT A
DAY TOO QUICK
III IX), October 17. Polico lieutenant
Kaili hns just r turned from Honolulu
with a warrant that ho did not
servo on John O'ltourke. Tho only
treason that ho did not bring tho racing
man uaciftn JUIo is 'because O'Hourlto
left for tho Coast a day beforo tho
blbcor tcucliod tlio capital. The war
rant was' sworn to by 'Sirs. A. Horner,
proprietress of tho Uainbow lodging
House, and alleges that ho defrauded
her out of $SU in room rent.
HILO, October 17. That Hnoeh
Brown, formorly clerk to Sheriff I'ua
of this countv. is but a small potato in
the scheme of county graft and that
ho will eventually get bjgger game, Is
tho belief of H. Gooding Pield after
uncovering-'other irregularities in tho
Ilamakun deputy sheriff's records.
The Herald states that Held has Jts
covered 'that larjje percentages of Uie
fines and costs sent on to tho sheriff's
olltco from Hnmuhun dlsappcaicd cu
route. Tho depiity sheriff n former
fferk, Joe de f'olto, cleared himself, us
no nail Mint thq uiniiey 011 liy draft,
Most of the nmoiint't nro small, but
thoy are numerous, the greatest sum
running to 77. hherifT Puu can otTer
Though school slates have been
thought to be nut nf date, more than
(nut million four jmmlred t lioiuntnl uf
them. wem iiiauufuctured 111 thu Pnitisl
Hlaliw last veur.
PIJ.ES CUttCD IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
, I'AZO 0JNTM15NT M RtmranttetJ
to citre any mse of Itching, niitid', 1
inrruiiiH "r l'r'irU(lllli flc'iji 6 to i
I'AKIS MlJl)CIN15:O..SaInt 1 ....1;
U.S. of A. ...... I
'Foreigners, from Hottentots to
tlio Most Enlightened Have
Will Continuo to Receive
Every Guarantee," Says
Provisional President of Mexico.
(By Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
PITr OP MEXICO, October-10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Asked today
whether all Americana had been
ordered to leave tho capital, General
Hucrta made a gesture of disgust.
"What nouscnsc,",ho replied. "As I
havo lepcatedly said sinco I camo to
tho, presidency, foreigners, from Hottentots
to tho most enlightened, havo
received and will continuo to receive
every guarantit. Mexicans, likovvisc,
who obey tho law linvo nothing to fear
from me. Trn,usgressors must watch
out. They shall bo punished through
every means tho Jaw affords."
In tho opinion of General Hucrta,
tho sensational rumors that havo
have originated 'with tho enemies
of tho administration in tho capital'
and clsowhcro for the effect they
would havo with the revolutionists.
Professor Kofoid to Havo Charge
of Stocking Hawaii's Feature
(By Pederal Wirelcsg Telegraph)
SAX PltAXCiSCO, October 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho 'Ha
waiian' Building at the 'Panama Pacific
International Imposition, designed
by (1. II. Dickey architect of ... Oakland .
:. 1-1 .- -- it-
13 iiiimmi'ii 10 servo wio coiiiDiucu purposes
of a club houso and exhibition
building. Tho architecture follows
the low lying type, common in Southern
Ihiropo. Tho exterior will bo of
Ltucco, colored to match tho other
buildings, with red tile roofs.
The aquarium will bo the most interesting
fcaturo of tlio building. It
will contain tanks filled with tho rar
est and most beautiful fish of the Pac
ific Ocean in all their brilliant and
varied colors and grotesque shapes. It
is being laid out under tho direction
of Professor Kofoid of tho. University
of California., p dpialsst.jTiii ucruar.
iiims of international' repute.
, . .
NEW CHINESE CRUISER.
PHILADELPHIA, October I. Tlio
cruiser Pei Hung, b'uilt for tho Chineso
Bcpiiblic, 'left tho shipyards of tlio
Xcw York Shipping Company at
Xew Jersey, today 011 her oflicinl
trial trip over tlio government courso
at tho Dclawaro capes. The tests will
continue until next Saturday.
Tho Pei Hung is 330 feet long. It
is expected to havo a specdof twenty
knots and is intended miiinly to be a
training ship for cadets of tho now
HILO, October 17. Thp Hio Union,
after hibernating' for a year or so, vvol.o
up this week and found use for itself
in reorganizing with Supervisor John
A, Kenloha as lccording' secretary.
Kealoha camo highly recommended
to tlio labor union owing to tho fact
that lie appears to be the worst in the
midst of tlio rotten graft scandal, and
already indicted. for thievery from, tho
county and awaiting impeachment proceedings
to remove hliiu from oliice.
David Kwuliko retained tho presidency.
Other ollicc.it) elected wero Charles
vice picsiilent; Manuel
financial secretary, and Joe Vicr
Consldi'iiibld talk is, going around,
ns is always tho ease when thellilo
Labor Union reorgaillr.es, to fho effect)
that thero is going to be u strike and
that shipping ds going to bo tied 'up
in consequence.' 'Ifils time it is rumored
that tho organization is going- t.o
takoiu Japanese to insuto its success,
claiming that tlio international longshoreman's
union has passed resolutions
permitting this.' '
WASIIIXGTO.V, October 19. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) The following
Army and avy orders, issue's yesterday,
were posted today:
L'usign II. 0. Kidgely to tho Mississippi;
jTnslgu Plrifkohl Boo to tho fitting
out of the Benhiim, on board when
commissioned; Surgeon Lewis il orris,
lecruiting station at Xcw 'York, to bo
surgeon in, tho Aslhtic Plec't; Assistant
Surgeon A. T. Weston, Jl. B. O., to
tho recruiting stutioh at Xew York;
Passed Assistants Paymaster Thomas
Williamson, Jr., of thu battleship llli
nojh, to await orders.
Major Herman W. Schull, Ordnnnco
Department, 0110 month's leave, then
to tho Arsenal' nt Wotcrvliet. jjmy
York; Caiit. C'lareiiPo H. Smith, Coast
Artillery Corps, relieve, 1 h ini,'in.
Jim) instructor of tlio Coast Artillery
of the State of Washington ;
u,HI,u ,u. inu unu iiuniireii uint
if,;!',',1"11 r'.""f:'1"rv' Ml "111" W.
Williams, Modifiil Corps, relieved nt
i on i'iivvuvvoriii, minsis, 10 Texin
City, Tiwus, relieving Mujor 1'raucls M
lusher, Medical Corps; ('apt. Jjcurv
M. Munlum, CgBt Artillery ('oriMi,
Plurnd on Ut of dclBi.lic.1 1,111. L:
I 'apt, I'lAri'lie II. febiltlh. Coflki t.m
''', ' "r" r",ln','l llirrnfroin.
ri":nJt "; I ' "?1''!'
..... . :. .... "'
M ni, ll.,ur I H rttrfiub, 1 ot Altlllf r
ur) llfli.ii dn.vs.