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"2 HAWATfAX' fiAZMTK. TVF.SDAY. NOVKMIIRK 4.
Announced That in Event That,
Ho Is Declared Elected to
by Congress in Mexico
He, Will Decline to Acocjit I
Carranza Appeals to Wilson to '
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, November
2. (Special to The
believed to have .been
elected Vice President on the
ticket with Provisional President
Huerta, declared today
that he would refuse the
in the event that congress
decided next week that
Huerta is constitutionally ineligible.
Politicians see in thi3 announcement
part to retain his hold on
the presidency for should
refuse the office Mexico
would be left without an executive.
ML TO IS1GT0N
NOCS A I F. Arizona, November
;(, VsoiMtitcd Press Cable)
Tin' next few days may briiij?
forth developments in the
in Mexico that -Will place
the forces of Huerta and Carranza
on equal terms, so far as the embargo
of tin1 Tinted States on the
exportation of arms and munitions
of war from this country for use
by the Constitutional lists is concerned.
General Carrana last night finally
decided to make an appeal to
the government at Washington to
recognize the belligerency of the
Constitutionalists and to raise the
present embaigo on munitions of
In this message, telegraphed to
Washington the leader of the Constitutionalists
expresses himself as
confident that his forces can speedily
overthrow Huerta and restore
peace in Mexico.
The rebel leader, it is understood
received assurances again
yesterday that such an appeal sent
to President Wilson would be given
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 2. (Sc
rial to Tie Advertiser) A ctltion to
congress askrng that Carl Hrovvno, secretary
of "fienernl" I'oxey, well
known in California, be given the privilege
on Thanksgiving Hay of completing
(lie speech which tlio ol!co cut
short by arresting linn in ls'.H when
"Coxey's Army" arrived in Washing
ton, N being circulated here by Hrovvnu
iiml bis friends.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
IIILO, November 1. ieorgo Allen,
who was recently lonvicjed beforo
Judge Wise on charges of passing bad
checks and beating keeiieis, all
of which had been made by Attorney
Claudius Mcilride, (jot another jolt
from the gentle Claudius last neck.
M.cUrlde njieiit the better part of
lost week at Kailun. Whilo he was
there he (.wore to a . omplaiiit, on information
and belief, against Allen, bns
ing his charge on the alleged passing
hy Allen of a imrthli sixty dollar
check to n llin at
nunied l ' I. In
On the basi i ih, omplnlut deputy,
County tt., ney lift it filed an information
Willi t In- rin uit court at
Kailun, whereupon Judge Mntthevvninu
issued a bench warrant against Allen,
which was Hindi returnable forthwith.
Armed with tins document Claudius
bled him to llilo with unnh speed. I.ust
Hitturilny morning he gave the warrant
to the police with uwtrui tlous that it
be. sorted forthwith and within nil
hour Deputy hheriir Martin timiu Allen
und hustled him i KhIIuh in mi
auto. It is uu.l.r.to.,.1 that Hit)) wli
conduct the of t. proMcutiau lit
a rAiuwrn huh down,
The ' ,'" ''ml playw and
the nil m I'lr hm tin value
Of I - I'iiii. IImIhi. It is UI
tli tli '1 i J ml. 'lu. -i ,((.! ,i hurd
gllliie i i ! 'hm - u Iiliii
magi j 1. 1 I'luin. mi. I swciimp hm
i urn i iu ou 1 1 i nm im uv
tint olher tn in I i alii iv an
dialer. i'-ii--1 .11 AtfU
WOMEK LEADERS IN
CLASH ON BOYCOTT
Mr,. Arthur M, Unilgu (upper), nppned
to suffrage, ami i)r. Anna Howard
Slmw tufirugu lender.
Resignation 'Said to Have Followed
Use of Strong Language
by Judge Wise.
(Mail Special' to Tim Advertiser.)
IIILO, November 1. After having
officiated for only it couple of months,
William J.nlIip last l'ridny tendered
his resignation as clerk of the district
court. Owing to the atmosjdiero of suspicion
which Hip graft investigation has
various reports rife
to the effect that n shortage had been
discovered in l.ni Hip's accounts, hut
this appeal s to l.o incorrect. Wiiile the
incident appears to bnvo been not entirely
devoid of dramatic features, the
finances nre, according In county
accounts, absolutely eorrt'et.
Judge. Wiso stated, when asked nbont
the mutter, that l.ni Hip's accounts
were coiroct, imt that ho had asked
for Ills resignation, ns he could not afford
the tinio to bo vwtehing for errors
I'll the time. He had appointed
Andrews, wlin wa at one time a
well-known teacher, to be his clerk.
Lai Hip's Accounts Straight.
I'rom the couutv treasurer and auditor
't was learned, nlsn, that l.ni Hip's
accounts were iu good shape. It was
stated that when l.ni Hipturued in
his nccnuiits and his cash to the
urer. Auditor Desha discovered that
there was n discrepancy between tho
amount of the cash and the amounts
credited to receipts in the statement.
Ho called the attention of Swain to
the discrepancy, and the two ollicials
hastened to find l.ai Hip. Tho clerk
ONplnined Hint he hud placed iu his
statement nil monies received liv tho
court, hut that he had failed to deduct
from this total the sums which ho had
relumed to Minims parties entitled to
such, ns, for instance, bond money,
costs and tie like. Kxaminiitiou showed
that l.ni Hip had all the cash which ho
ought to hae, and tint tho miluko
was purely u tiiiMiiiliarsttiitilIii;" of tho
bookkeeping methods of the court.
Swain, Desha und l.ai liin then
to Judge Wise's ollice, where
they informed Iho Jililjfd t'f had
''."ippenei), tnying that thev thought it
right that he should be kept posted.
They kiv that .liujgij, )Vise gave them
n reception which was n hummer, and
Lai Hip adds thai, his resignation, which
occurred a hit later was the result of
u certain name which Hie bulge ad
drescil to him, which generally causes
trouble among men.
Field, Also acts Busy.
In (he meantime (loodlmr Held
jumped into the fray, of eohise. lie
called for lecords, nemo of wiih ho
got and some of which lie, djd not get.
He called for ilnln, und incidentally hail
n warm little session with Judge Wise,
when he called his attention to the fact
that the judge had signed court records,
although the charges remained to be
filled ' in above his signature. Huch
blanks et(iideil wnv Tiack.'liito August,
and It will take somo tliuo to (ill them
"Tho Hilo district court ha? no regular
ret'isler of costs iu clil cases,"
said I'ield. "It is the onlv district
court on this Island which ha, none.
I have called for complete data repa tiling
the costs in civil eases, and until
I net tbnt 1 will not cive that court a
clean hill of health."
(.Hy Kahuku Wlrelens,)
HlliO, Nonllier J (Spivclnl to Tho
Ajjvertlwr) The grand jury yesterday
InvnstlgHtnl part of the charges against
Norman I,) man. Marttnn Cniuplisll wits'
i wiuiotk. nc iieuleil liiivliif given
liyiiwu authoritv to use cnuntv inn.
Icblimry on territorial cnntriirts, ami
v..l... .iin.i i.. ,
miiii iiuiifii iii riiiri in
snt hi in by lyiimn, saying what
Ctimuimll m kii(Hje(I tit bare ald
In thiii reuaid.
'Ie uraud mrv Hlsn looked into tho
romiltloii iii the II ii mil. Mkaru liar
hfri U Ht'ii!i piiLalfnt among I'llipniits.
Hocinr. nii.w mi Irwin were mlUil to
gi e fi'Ktiiui'iii
'tin hi .1. i .i. i. ii Uo itabluK lulu
i he ti u ii i nil. nun i m are asing
mvnruiiipiu mm tihn a f0f fay rulvf.
That- in i hi. ), i arv
niiriin rin iik i ..II. iii. i roirisl.
Ul.. nil n I. lit YhI'HUUII
'III. I 1 1
III NEW POLICY
Leader of National Organization
Opposed to Women's Buff rage
Denounces Boycott "lan qf Suf '
fragists, Olajming That Its!
Adoption Marks Dawn of Mill- j
tancy in United States, :
(Iiy Federal VlrfIess Telg'raph.)
WASIlINdTON, November 2. (Special
(o The Ailvertlser) Mr. Arthur
M. Dodge of Now York, president of
the national association, npfiosed to
woman suffrage, is out with a strong at-tack
upon Dr. Anna Howuni Shaw, the
hend of tho suffrage movement in
America, because of Doctor Hhnw's
recent thrcnt to boycott congressmen !
who reluse to picilg? tnemscives la
work for woman sullrage.
"Hvidently tlic suffrage idea of poll
tics is merely (o i(cti widely in boycotting,"
says Mrs. Dodge's statement
which was given out hero from her
Washington hendipiarters today. "The
threat voiced by Doctor Shaw should
be giyen by every
patriotic American. It has been tried
in the State of New ;York, of courso
unsuccessfully, but this time it has
been nniiOunceil by tho suffragists as
a national policy.
"The statement Is alarming not because
the sullrugi8ts lire able to carry
out such a threat, but because it marks
tho first suffragist outward manifestation
of milituiicy in the United
. -. -i
doc white Will quit
to become magnate
(Hy FoiU'fniirWireleeii. Tnlegraph.)1
nilCACO, November 3. (.Special to
The Advertiser) Doc White, who has
been jiifcnlng for the Chicago Ainerl;
curs since 1H01, hart played his last
gune in thmn,ior leagues, if he lias
his way. l learned today ilm
White is negotiating for the purchase
of tho holdings of Tom Fairweather,
who,, with .Frank Isbell, controls the
Des Moines Wesfern League team,
. . ;
(Hy Feilcrnl Wireless Telegraph,)
VIKNNA, November 2. T)io life of
United States Ambassador Pinfield has
been made, rather unplenshnt during
the jmst few days beeanso of a refusal
to contribute money to a fund for
school children; Tho American
sudor 's predecessors hnve ttivdn tiji for
this rather unwillingly. To
sbbw ifstdisplensure, a Vienna
potman has published in nil the Cnlr.
einrt papers the, claim that Mr.
field is of Jewish 'descent,' that his
name was iFedcrfo.ld" aid that his
amhitioii js to spend millions relieving
the distressed Jof (laltcian Jews.
Only tho fact" that sho 'ran out of
nniinunition preiitod Minnie Awn
fiom shooting George Hookano's legs'
full of holes hist niglit, n'ccrfnTing to'
her ow'n Conf'essibn.
Minnie' tlaims thai sho can''t stand
(leorge's nagging niry longer. They
aro said to sliaro u room in 'a' Lllinu
street tenement and the. nagging last
night reached itn zenith, says she.
Minnie then secured a culiber ii-Milver
and fired three ishofs into the
veranda. As sho saw the splinters fly
slui was seized with lirwl
looking npon the shapely dogs,, of
(leorge, directed to ballots nt 'them
which George sidosteppml only ith
the utmost difficulty. i
Minnie then secured a o-looking
for her box of ammunition,
being bound to put somo holes in
(Icorgc'd lee 'but thA S6lico bent her
to it Mind sho was taken, wieping, to
tho city bastille. There she rorirlded
to Captain Neiljea that sho had gut
tint range and fi she' had only had ono
more shot, (leorgo wouldn't havo danced
tho tango for three' weeks.
llccuuse tho police disapprove of
certain methods of taking earn of n
baby, such ns hanging It up to dry on
ii clothes lino and sundry and various
other methods uf child-culture', a Hawaiian
woman by tho name of Luka is
iu jul l.
l.ukn yesterday pursAed tho flowing
bowl until sho bad caught up with a
twenty-four enrat jag and then pro
ceeded to nurse her baby in ways. to
be thought of only under such circumstances.
Tho ehtiro neighborhood bad
called for tho police within tho next
two minutes, anil papa Is now tnkiug
care of the baby.
Tho merago quantity of m1
nnnuallv in Spain for products other
man wino n estimated at L'75,000 tom,
of which about 77,000 tous aro made
into raisins, 28,000 ton of these being
exported to foreign countries.
Horsewhips His Rival In A Street Car
. ,' i . k1 -0 v
Colored Hackdriver Stops An Elopement
Holly Giles, wli6 alternates between
tho driver's scat of n hack and the
small end of a purse, is again
in )ill, Tlio lt time Holly got into
the limelight was when a Twenty-fifth
Infantry man hit him iu tho bond with
it shot from n thirty eight-caliber re-Mer
and the bullet rebounded umf
bruin (he soiIit' arm,
This time, say the imllfo, Holly
iiieene at his woman, who
i'lope. jiMlirday with a riilorrM
fiom Hm ttx Albany. They
na u slreet ear, Mini h heii
driver 'i'iillfl iurui them In his
lia. I. Wlirn lm luiifht up with, lint
... i... i.i...i i.. ..... r. .. . i.
"I nn I iu pill). i iiy Hilling HI)
t. i. s inlo it but th. . ur kv. nuht
,oi. H" l ' U ihen lm in... down a lew
DURING M ,
Sixth District Rowdies Resent
Candidacy of Deposed New
York Governor Who Flays
Democratic Leaders and Charges
That Attack Was Prompted by
(Iiy Federal Wireless TeJegmph.)
NKW YOHK, November 2. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Itotfcn eggs were
thrown nt William Sulrer. f'no deposed
(loernor and candidate of the l'ro
gressivo wirty for the iipsombly in the
sixth district, when ho nihlftssnl n
meeting Inst night in Tom Foley's district
ami denounced Al Smith of the
.Nono or tho nggs struck their mark
None of the ckl'4 struck tliefr mark
tinned his speech.
The speecu was next rnterriipted Iiy
tWo passage 6f firO engines, n long
of horse cars, hy a Democratic
final) by the "Black Ma
riu" loaded with prisoners.
"Foley is noted for his dirty poll-tics,"
shouted "He and Al
Hiultb are doing this to shut me up,
but they cannot do it."
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PAKIS, November 2. (Special to
The Advertiser) Oscar W'lldo is alive!
find roaming about I'aris, says his
nephew, ralsinu Lloyd.
"He culled alter I Iiml,. retired and
reipiested uiu not to turn up tho
Ifghts," said I.lojfl, "but 1 recognized
his voice and sprang from my bed. I
turned on tho light und wo talked for
jevernl hours. He told mo I must keep
silent for .six months about his pros-.
nce in Vans."
Wildtf, according .to Lloyd, refused to
discuss his ituppo4cd death and burial
pther than to my ho secreted himself
in the l'etit Airnnon Palaco in Versail
les and ithcn went to India where ho
has been since then with tho exception
of n winter-! spent in Jtalyv where Wilde
said he was soeraI times recognized-."
,(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HOMK, November 2. (Special to
The. Advertiser) Arrantrements are being
jna'd'c at tho Vatican for a Papal
andienco for the Catholic olllcers ami
men of tho American lleot, when they
will pay a Wsit here this- month. It
is honed that the I'M, will be
eiently strong', to receive them in the
ft fs probable that the Pontiff will
mn'ke n short speech to tho ofliccr and
men' and prei4rit them with medals, instead
of 'blessing them from th'd balcony.
The! tnstomnry kissing of the
Pope's Kind may bo omifed.
(fly Tederal Wireles Telegraph.)
PARIS, November 2. (Special t'o
The Advertiser) Shakoff, a
welt-known Moscow millionaire, who
has spent a great fortnno on
tioqnl nnd peacef project, lias been in
vited by Andrew ('nrnegio to visit him
a(. Skibn Castle, in Scotland, to discuss
fresh plans for displaying their
Kex Hitchcock Writes for Infor
mation .About Games While
Team Is En Route to Japan.
Harvard '4 eraeki'baso.liilll team is
likely to1 play several games in "Honolulu
next summer. A. L. Castlo and
Allen LownW, graduates' of the big in
stitutioii on the mninlnnd, aiu iu re
ceipt of a communication from Ilex
Hitchcock of Honolulu, now t Harvard,
iu regard to bringing tho team
here. . t
Yokohama, through n former liar-
uii jiiuii, ii. ia iiiiiirii nil' IU ,'iij
pan ne.xt year,- and Hitchcock says if
tne trip i made Harvard. team will
stop oil' nt Honolulu for two or three
Should the plans of' Lowrey, Castle
ami HitciicoCK ho carried out it would
bo a big thing for tho Islands, ami the
team would receive just as royal a welcome
ns did the Stanford team.
ball teams play a class of ball that
is of a hluh standard and nlmie all
things it is dean and tho men strive
Stnntord idaved excellent ball hero
during their stay and gnvo the fans a
high grade of baseball, and as Harvard
is considered tho best of muhilaml college
teams, local fans can bo assured
of a great treat should tho team make
-., . . ,
Mrs. Mary Klump, of Allentown.
Pa., ninety-two jours old, lias been a
druggist for soventjMlvo years nod
has not stopped work. She is tho
daughter of u druggist, married a
unit nt his death continued the
more blocks and I urn is his horse In
front of the car, but1 t lie liorsV wus u
wise old horse and laid down In (ho
middle Of the road.
Holly made a (lying leap nml landed,
on the runiiliij board of the car, whip
in linml, within striking dltlnnce (if
the Indy and proceeded o lash her until
her dusk) O.irkiie.s luniisl n blight,
bin und the iiilorril geullemun from
the AIIiiiiiv did A double hark
from the on' side of the ear,
revived the Imini ami miiile hlii oi'ji"
in tho hack
.Inst Ihmi lliryrle Oitlner William
Ayuu urrlvid on ihe iene, nml Uiiua
the hciui linml uf tint law upon llio
houller of (he Uillgrrriil Ibdli liilw.
.rllini'lul Li in ba vinigeuuic I cluii,S
Iu III' l.u'l " I In Jmlijs MollkHirnl.
Accomplice of McNamara-.'Brothers
Will Soon Be Granted His'Frecllom
, , -o
ORTIE M'JWANIOAIi t
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph,) - .
LOS ANGELES, November 2. (Special to The Advertiser)
E. McAliiuiunl., whoo confussinu as an accoinidico of the Me-
Nanihra brothers, wag largely re.sponsible for the conviction of
labor leaders in Indiannpolis, will lie released from the
comity jail here as soon 'as the appeals of the convicted men are dispose"
of by the district court of appeals dn Chicago, according to
officials of the district attorney s
Currency Committee in Senate in
All-Day Discussjon on Import-,
(Iiy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
, .WASHINGTON, November 2.
to The' Advertiser) Hy n' vote of
to four, .after on discussion
of method to liraviife capital'
stock for tho regional banks', tho senate
currency- committee last night voted
down the Mlitchcoca plan for a
common capital stock of ono hundred
million dollars under tho control of the.
Federal Uescrvo Hoard. -
Two plaus offered Senator O 'Gorman
wore .then taken up, but not disposed
of. Ono provides for half tho
capital stock tobo subscribed iiy the
banks and half by the public. The.
other contemplates: offering tho wliol
pf the stock to the public, tho banks to
underwrite any amount not thus taken.
Senator O'Oormnii prefers tho former
plan. His plan also fixes tho capital
stock of each regional batik at an
amount equal to ten per cent of the
combined capital sdoek Of the national
banks iu each region.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
HIM), October 31. All is peaco in
the circuit court presided over, by
Indge Mutthewman, and Kona is nt
rest. Attorney l.ightfoot of Honolulu
has apologized most profusely to tho
court for language that led to charges
of contempt about two months ago, nml
which also led to n bar association inquiry.
The court proceedings were duo
to Claudius Mcllride. Alter the apology
the charge was dismissed.
In his apology, Ligbtfoot said:
" Whcti I was in Kailua a few months
ago iu attendance upon the court nt
the Aprjl, H'I3, term, iu various places
I used language of and concerning the,
court which 1 extremely regret. 1 now
dcsirii publicly to make to the
eouit. Some of tho remKrks above
to were vulgar, some reflected
rpon your honor's judgment, and other
were an attack upon your honor' it
'egrity. At the time the remarks wor
made, ami for some time piior thereto,
I bad been in ostreinely ill health.
"I had hud a great "deal. of trouble'
with my eyes, from which I was suffering
extreme pain luos( of Hie time, f
had jutt fijiisjied n long and very tin
pleasant trial, to-wit, the Wilson'enso,
ond was chafing at my enforced absence
for so long from my 'ollice iu Honolulu.
These circiimstnnces had rendered inn
iu n nervous nnd extremely irritable
flume of mind. ' '
"And it wus due to (bis nenousness
nnd irritability that 1 made the remarks
In iietlnn. wish tony now
In all that 1 have never on
u single orcuslon hnd dime to doubt
the Integrity of vour honor, wlifch U
Indeed so well established Hint no question
can be raised concerning It,
" Mlhough I have differed from your
bomy no mailers of law, I realise that
it was highly uiiberniiilng in mi. n an
illllfer of he i noil In rrltii'luo your nil
inns out at court. I wh new to I en
ler to your honor my klnreri' ami
humble apulngv for having iuiM lb"
UiiliusEe nlmve refurtwl In. make
ll.ll rsili' mil under iHilMIUlWlili,, hut
be.Hu. I (eul I but it U in) duly In
do so, Olid Iriiil h vonr
hiiimr Kill iivi'ilimk llir nlfelise, wllleli
I !. tun Mill iiu a Iti Ul ui'iul II) (III.
, "r 1 ""
Mrs. Blanche S. Wotkyns, for
Many Wears a Resident of
Honolulu, Caticd to Rest.
(From Monday Advoitlscr.)
Death came"to Atrs. nianchu &. Wot
kyns yesterday afternoon at throe
o'clock u the loalii .Homo, tlio dny after
her admittance to that institution,
and put nn end to her sufferings of
nearly a yeiir.
Mrs. W'otyns was well known in
iwhor.hhq hud livd for fifteen
years, coming hero with her brother,
Mr. Strong, who was superintendent of
luipiolaiii Park ami did much to lay
otlt thu'park as It nbw'dB. At that timu
Jfrs, Wotkyns lived with her brother
and did much iu suggesting and directing
the work of making tho park Hie
beautiful placo it is today...
1'or tht lust twedvu years, Mrs. Wot
kyns lived in her homo on Pacific
Heights nnd until tho lust year was
active, but recently had been confined
to her home. Frionils had her
remuved to the l.eaiii Homo on Saturday,
but it vns,tuo late for any benefit
to accrue from thu change.
Soventl brothers and sjsters on the
mainhfiid survive her, but sho leaves
no relatives iu Honolulu. Tho body
will bo cremated nt ten o'clock this
morning, nt which tinio the funeral
serviies will' bo held at the crematory,
and the will be sent back to her
old home, In Louisville, Kentucky, for
Merger Becomes a Fact by Filing
of Documents Stamp Fees
Amount to $51.
Through tho filing of two important
documents .Saturday, in the olllco of
tho registrar of conveyances, which
brought to a final consummation the
merger of tho three Hawaii telephone
companies, the territorial treasury was
the gainer by just $330, of which
amount to"1 consisted of stamp fees
and nine dollars in recording charges.
Iu consideration of being given 3171!
shares iu the new company, tho Hawaii
Telephone Company, which is tho
successor of thei HamaKua & South
Kuhulu Telephone & Telegraph Company
and with which have been amalgamated
the llllo & Hawaii Telephone
i Tolegrniili Company tlud tin Kona
Kali Telephone A; Telegraph Company,
with n Joiut capital stock of irtnu.uuo,
tne llllo & Hawaii 'leiepuono .'; Telegraph
Company, under u deed recorded
yesterday, hus turned over to tho Hawaii
Telephone Company tho lot on
King street, ifilo, containing IU0Q
sipiare feet and tho two-story concrete
building thereon, together with the
switch boards, poles, Hues mid buildings
to tlio new concern. Tho deed is
signed by .lohu A. Scott, president, and
II. V. Patten, trcnslfrer; of the llilu
I uiler deed oxeeuteilby the Konn-Kan
Telephone ,V. Telegraph Company,
tho bind net. of this corporation lias also
been turned over iu its entirety to the
lluwiiit Telephone Cumpnuy iu
fur llitf khnrea of the capital
,oi"k In the new concern, The lots" In
Kim ami Kona, including the buildings,
poles, lines, stvllfhhnuriN und business.
lire also turned over to the Hawaii
Telephone I ninpiiiiy.
Home time ago the llninukun Telephone
& Teleitrupb Coiupwny. under an
amendment In Its uliarler, litingml Its
yorpniate iihiiim lu thn Hawaii Tele
jdniiie I'uliipaiiv It is under Ibis impio
il'Mt h i.ll.er Ittir li'lciibone Choi
I miles of I In I'm l.imiil have liiionie
in ril I in Ho in w oii.e.u
Esnator Lewis Campaigning for
Democratic Candidate in Massachusetts,
Says His Defeat
Would Be Taken as a Repudiation
of President Wilson's Foreign
(By Federal Wireles Telegraph.)
!(('l'n' VnTOIiil.nr " IU.....I.1 in
The Advertiser) Iiropo and Mexico
would regard tno defeat of the? Democratic
nnt floernor David1 1. -Walsh, as a re
limitation of President Wilson ') forel'jn
policies, nccordiug to United States Sen
ator .Innies Hamilton Lewis, who addressed
a Democratic rally here last
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j;u vi'iini 1S uu 1IUL lllllicr
stand yoitr Statu Nsues, but do
know Massachusetts," said the siwaker.
"You decide the election against thn
Demoeruts when neither tho haracler
ior tlio abilitjvnor Hie integrity of tho
Democratic candidate would justify ju
in doing so, nml the morning after this
declaration tho .lupaneso in the Orient,
recalling the fight of
in behalf of thn liberty of the
blade man, will cry aloud that Massachusetts
has repudiated thn President
on tl'O Yellow question; that she has
defeated him in his purpose
CulifOriiia and Massachusetts in' their
right of State rule and home government."
CHIEF OFFICERS COMPLETE
FOR NEW. LINER MANOA
Iiy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FIIANCISCO, November 1.
(Special to The Advertiser) Capt. William
MatsOu announced today that Oscar
l.ano will bo Hie chief engineer of
the new MnUon liner Munoa, which
was launched from tho "ways' of the
Newport News Shipbuilding Company
on Saturday. Mrs. O. Montague Cooke,
Of Honolulu, christened the new liner.
Capt. Henry Weodon, formerly of the
I.urline, will be in command andi.loseph
Parrel I will be chief steward. Tho
is expected iu San Francisco
bor tho end of next January ami will
bo placed on tho Honolulu run.
Kini'P, liussia, Octobc"r 1. At tlio
epening of today's" session of tho trinl
of i Mendel Beiliss for the murder of
Andrew Vnssinsky, tho president
court complained that, the stenographic
reports" 6f the trial organized by tho
Kiovsky Mjsl, and used largely by tlio
litissinu nml Ihiropeani newspapers', we're
'garbled accounts uf tho proceedings.
The steilograpners were warned that if
their alleged practise ot Misrepresentation
was pcrsiste.d iu tho president
might be obliged to withdraw hirf sanction
for the taking of'shorthand notes.
Among today's witnesses was a
schoolboy named Zarudsky, who confronted
Mine. Vera Tchcborink, mothor
of the murdered boy's playfellow', and
'nsisted on the accuracy of his previous
statement that iu tho witness room on
the opening day of the trinl Mine.
had tried to persuade him to
testify tliat lie had seen Heiliss dragging
off Yussinsky, '
Mmp, Tchobcriak began vehemently
ti reproach tho boy for telljng "such
shameful untruths,'' Imt was stopped
by the president. ,
IIILO, November 1. Tho grent
tivul day of I.aupuhoehoe has been
postponed until Sunday, November 10,
owing to tho fuct that it was found im.
possible to complete the arrangements
iu time to hnvo the event before, as
had been planned. Major Moses of
I.nptown is making great preparations.
The I.aupahoehoe baths vvjll be opened
on that day. FurthcrmoTe, he is enlarging
tlio tennis courts and having ,i
tract of land placed in readiness for
the grent shoot, which will be tfie main
the day. A general invitation
is extended to all to take a part iu tho
After Passing Years ,
Tho Testimony Below Remains
Timo is the best test of merit. Hero
ii a story that has stood the test of
lime. It Is a story with' a p61nt which
will come straight home tct many of ns".
Ms. Conrad J, Pecker, 'Jtl Amory
St., Itoxluiry, Mass., says:-',' I sufi'iired
awfully from kidney complaint fpr a,
whole year. I tried' almost everything
I thought would help me, but I never
found relief. When my back
idling, I was either hating n splitting
headache or bail dizzy SmjIIs, 1 often
had to give up every Idt of my
nml lie down. Mv bacK nclied
until I thought it would break. Tho
kidney secretions gave rhO'iio end it
trouble, nml my appetite was vety po6r.
When Doan's llackache Kidney Pills
were recommended to me, I got several
boxes, I began to pick up from the
first, mid It wasn't long before 1 wus
completely cured. There has nover been
'iiiy sign of kiduey complaint lu my
ate since mid 1 havo enjoyed th() bi'rt
of heal'li. The lecuiiiiueiulatiuii I gnvo
lloan'ii llaiknilm' Kidney Pills i few
years -n ran be iis.nl u It bus fn the
Iloiin Kldmiy ('Ills are
Mild hv all druguliU und ilorrkciicr
at So emu per bor (kit boiet 5o),
or Will ne on rejoll'l of iirifi)
bv the HullMur Priig Co., Ilonnlulu.
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