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HAWAWAN CAZMTP. IK1IM III 5. 1'U.l. SRNff
Goncrnl Orozco and Federal Array
Rotreat From Chihuahua With
Five Millions of the Money of i
Gen. Luis Tcrrazas, Aged Multimillionaire,
Who Is Held as a
Hostage for His Gold.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
VKKA C1UIZ, Mexico, Decern.
lj(,r 3. (Specinl to The Advertiser)
Hen. Luis Tcrrazas, an
afjed Mexican multi-millionaire,
who for many months lias been n
virtual prisoner of the Federals
in Chihuahua City, is, with his
family and hundreds f other
wealthy Mexicans, heiut?
desertiuK Federals, supposedly,
to tho American border
The Federals ImVc charge of
more than live million pesos belonging
to tho millionaire.. Ostensibly,
the Federals took charge
pf'h'is millions to nfl'ord tliem projection
from Villa's looting, but
the belief among tins friends of
Terrnzus is to the uffeef that the
"Federals will not return the
money to the aged man, or allow
him to (lee to America foi asylum.
It is not like (ieueral Orozco to
free the goose that lays the golden
egg, unless the nest is full and in
his possession.. It is probable that
Tcrrazas may be held at Ojinga,
on the border.
. VKltA CRUZ, December 3.
(Special to The Advertiser)
Through an investigation held
to why Colonel Medina,
formerly Villa's chief of .stall', resigned
from the Hebcl army, it
was learned that he had been in
league with the Federals.
Rumors are persistent that Medina.
w;a's J.o have turned the city
of Juarez over to them as soon as
Ocneral ilia and his troops
marched to the south.
Villa suspected something of
the sort and ordered Medina to
the front. Then came Medina's
(H.v Federal Wireless Telegraph)
SAN, WAN-CISCO, December X
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tlio better
clam of tho people of Mexico nro
anxiously hoping that the United States
Will tako action ami intervene, according
to George P. Moreno, who arrived
from Acapulco. Mexico, on tho steamship
City of Sydney today.
Moreno, who has been' tho Acantilcn
agent for tho Pacific Mail Company for
vigiii years, was accompaiucd by .Mrs.
Moreno and their four children. Moreno
said that conditions, instead of
improving, aro steadily growing worse.
HUERTA PLEASED FOR ONCE
CITV Or MKXICO, Doceml.er .'!.
(Hy Associated Tress Cable to
President llucrta has shown
lumself greatlv relieved at the toxt of
President Wilson's .Mexican message to
congress yesterday. Ho is relieved
the message failed to roeognizo
tho rebels or Constitutionalists.
(Hy Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, December 3.
cinl to The Advertiser) The egg
boycott in Chicago has been sue-
cesiful. Merel'ants in all parts of
the city sold todav for thirty-
one and thirt. two cents a dozen.
OREGON NOW BOASTS
ANOTHER WOMAN MAYOR
"(Hy IVileral Wireless Telegraph.)
THOUTDAI.K, Oregon, 3.
(fripcdal tp TJie Advertiser) Oregon
and the West won another woman mayor
today, when Mrs. Clara batourollo
l.urson, daughter of the late Joseph
batourcllo, one of the most prominent
pioneers of Oregon, was elected bead
of tho Troutdale town government, but
with only five vols to spare.
(Hy federal Wnelew Telegraph)
tjA.V J'KANFIKO, Dtwcmhor 3.
(Special to The Advertiser Adiilph
rjutru, of wvernl world' avln
lion record, today declared be Iwd
given up Hying. Pleas 'by lilt rut.
Imvo nlmild tU piwhiIxi from Mm.
(Hy I'wlsriil Wirtlws TulMtrtiidi.)
UtWSlm lo Ti Ait
Ml. WlllUm K Van
iklWlt Jr., wbv is ftuiuus fur Im '
IBOuatm tut iMitMi ami dou, it
lit ! Urrumi kfnuefd duf
MbBt My guatf, fktiut . if
4 hHi if I lk IMllljUl ftt MJIkrftkl iwiur . IlijM. M
UllW Cl4 Mtilw 4 Kuruw.
Now Seeking to Escape Rebel Army
I im i rnfBBP T
OENEUAL PASCUAL OEOZCO
Former Hebcl with 1'ederal forces from Chihunnua and in
possession of the many- millions of Luis Tcrrazas.
Army and Navy Orders Cause
Many Transfers State
(Hy Pederul Wireless Telegraph)
W'ASHINOTON, December 3. (Spo
cinl to Tho Advertiser)
Thomas .T. Lewis, cavalry,
retired; dipt. Walter -M. Willielm, ordnance
department,, to inspect material
at tho llethleliem Steel Company; l'irst
liieut. It. li. Hrown, reservo corps, to
Port Dade, Ploridaj Thomas
I. Lfiwia, cavalry, to tlio lecrulting
service, OKIaboma City; Ijicutciiniit
N'nylor, ordered to his regiment.
The following ollicers have, been ordered
to inspect Stntu militia us indicated:
C.ipt, Charles" Morden Jr.,
Sixth Infantry, Missouri; Pirst Lieut.
Leonard J. Mgatt, infantry, Votinont;
Piist Lieutenants L. A, Verge and
intnntry, I'lorida; ("apt. Itobcrt
I). Oriustold, infantry, Illinois; Pirst
Lieute;ians K. It. Warren and JtcC'nbe,
cavalry, (leorgia; Pirst Lieut, (Jalviu P.
Titus, iufautiy, Sunt li Dakota; Capt. P.
L. D. Ilrcckeuridge, infantry, Kentucky;
Ma.j. Charles II. Mier, infan'ry, Indiana.
Pirst Lieut. Wurren T. Hell, Coast Artillery,
to tho Thirty-sixth Company;
Pirst Lieut. John U llolcombe, Coast
Artillerv Cons, to 'the
roiiniiarilcr Thomas Washington, to
the board of inspection and survey for
ships; (I. P. Piselier, from
lin Alabama to Tennessee; Limits. II.
H. Oreenlee and N'. L. Nichols ami I'.n-signs
C. P. Ilattle .It. and II, M.
from the Montgomery to the Montana;
llnsign J. I). .Moore, of the York-town,
to treatment at tlio N'uvv Hos.
jiltnl t Mure Maud.; Asst. Surgeon
Saukey of the Hartford,
to tn reservo torpedo division at
Charleston, South Carolina; Passed Asst.
Surgeon J. T. Miller, reservo torpedo
dh'isiou at Charleston, t,o the Hannibal.
Asst. Surgeon II. P. Shchan, from
the Hannibal to the, Atlantic reservo
fleet; Pilled Asst. Paymaster D. K.
Wainwright, of tho Montgomery, to
DIAZ ON ACTIVE LIST.
CITV OP MKXKX), Deoemucrr I.
(Hy Associated Press Cable to
The possibility that Poillrio
Diar, ex president and former dictator
of will once more brronio ac
live in the military service of his
was foreshadowed today, when the
jiexiiau war ilepartment made imbue
an order, dated September 20. I runs.
ferring "Ueneral Porllrin Diaz" from
the retired to the active list.
(Hv IVileral Wireless Telegraph.)
Ni:V 11AVCN', Connecticut, Decern
ber 3.- (special to The Advertiser)
NeLon S. Talbot, of DaytOn, Ohlo."wil
lonlght elected cuptalii of the Vnle'
lootiuiii lenui Tor next )ear.
Talbot, wlio will graduate from the
hhelhcld N ientific School nuxt year, has
pin) imI a strong game lit left tackle on
the Varsity Pleven for tho lust two
Japaiiwo unto 'driver la llilo continue
to dimiolith property at a groat
mi-, mi' urn penormor, wlio itrnve a
irwn KoioiiKiuK o KurltHiil, the lln
iniimi i.ier.lmnt, ,iji Jiie.diy, baiuVud
him u iivnruiii on street, lirmtk
IMK u on iniiVlelv He , murli
frlKhttmiid m the Itood wlmli kuiIiwI
khiu. uui bHii l lie ile. en. o Uy b
Hie uuttl Kuu.rinieii,..ut
united mi the ')', li
ilriml will iiwl the .Upmiew J.Vl,
I'll li ..'I.I.IIII INI. (0 H IMVS,
Iaw)ointmi:kt i tmnmim
MtmUnt or l'fBtrnJlflj PU f (, to
ABfl MBDICJKII tU.IulTili
Assassin of Director of Japan
Foreign Offlce and His
TOKIO, December 3. (Special Cable
to tho Nippu .liji) ChijoKiclii
who, with his comrade, Mitsuru
Okada, assassinated the director of tho
political bureau of the foreign oluce,
.Aloritaro Abe, a few months ago, was
today louiiil guilty of murder in the
lirst degree at his primary trial.
Polluwing tlio finding ugainst Miya
moto, . Matsugi, aged twenty-four,
ami A. iwata, twenty, were also found
guilty at tlio preliminary trial. The
two young men aro accused as con'
spirntorN against the life of Abe, but
it is Known that these two did not
tuku actual part in the stabbing affair
ill the .lapaneso ollicial.
i (Inn of tho two assassins, Mitsuru
Okada, Killed himself in his lawyer's
ollice, committing harakiri on tho map
The open trials of tlio tlireo accused
joung men will commence within a few
days at the lokio district court.
But Few Features Develop Dur
ing Day on New York
NLW YOKK, Dei ember 3. (Special
to The Advertiser) Speculatois took
only a languid interest in tho market
anil attempts to realio on tho opening
advances tested its ubsorptive capacity.
Steel and Amalgamated fell back and
were sluggish despito n later rise in
Noon prices were virtually mi
changed Irom yesterday's close. The
murkut was indifferent to favorablo
news, lionds were irregular.
The afternoon showed some improvement
in the market 'm tone, tiltlininili
hesitancy surrounded the limited busi
Louisville was strong on its good 0
tolier btatement and American Tobacco
jumped sharply on dividend disburse
ments of its lormer subspliiirics.
The advance assumed larger proportions
later on. The whole market was
stimulated by steadv absorption of
Pnion Pacific which increased its gain
was also in do
OF HIS BASEBALL DAD
(H Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
NPWAltK, New Jersey. December 3
(Special to The Advertiser) Charles
II. Plletts Jr., sou of tho president of
the HrooKlyn National League Haseball
Club, was elected today president of
the Newark Club. 1013 champions of
no.- jiiiernaiiouni League.
FORMER MAYOR OF BIG
CITY NOW IN VAUDEVILLE
H vfty I'WIornl WirelessTelegraph.)
.i.i. t .mii i.n iv. Indiana, Decern Her
3. (Special to Tho Advert lnerV. l',,,.
mcr Mu.vnr Sliank, of Indianapolis, today
left Pronch Lick, accompanied by
Mrs. Shank, for Kansas City, where ho
will upon la a vaudeville turn on thfl
KiiIIhii.i Consldiuo circuit, next Sun
ilny. He hut u contract for
PERISH IN BOSTON FIRE.
l"-'W!',,)' er H. Ily Ann-
?mlKrVr. illl,, '" SsUr.rtilttlii r
Willi lli linrjiliiK of u squill cud lodging
town ludiiy, ihwhIh
(111 IVderal Wireless Tlgmpli)
(NiHiritil Tin- AdvortiMr) Kwili'
jiitiu Miirrui. hm.i luiinuineUU
eruMdihl lutu Ibr u,mi eHHuH rMI f
prlt.,d ,M , ,, tTtfw XlSSQ
T iMMtr r (ait!, M, )y jlj, !,
l Uttn n uliei, u iSTiWiS?.
L WQIK IS
'Annals'' of Honolulu School
For Boys Tells of Progress
Number 3, Volume 1, of tho ' Aa-J-V
nnls" ot ' School
llov 1...- .... r. it l
yin, ,mn i"rUi,ii; 'ft" 'V '-a umi
is an exiecliugly interesting and
school., It gives,
tionliowing the growing importance of
tlio work of 'llie'falio'oT, not only
loit inwharactcr boil. ling ilini
jdiyslcal dovelopmentof pupilt.i.i -n i-This
term installcil a
ituw (iimpiis inr athletic sports, en
largcd tho bathing facilities and installed
numerous showers. Also swing
have been erected on tho campus fur
tlio. uivenile uiemocrs. A new arrange
ment ot the geological Kas
added to its value nud more coinino.
lions (iiiarters lmvo been built for the
M tie grammar and high school depart,.
ments this vear aro in charge of Head
.Master A. J.. C. Oliver, n graduate ol
Harvard I'niversity. All the work 'it
the commercial cuurse is in the hands
o( Dean Harold ,Lnkc. illtigh II. 'Ivvans
has chargo of the gramuiar, .spelling.
Uiithmetic, and geography classes.
while. Mrs. Olivir directs the literature
history, physiology, and algebra wnrJc.
lu addition to Ins regular duties, tlio
head muster teaches (Ke- sciences and
languages. Ilcsjdcs the,so members ol
the stall' there in, also an assistant Instructor.
Tho preparatory department
Is .miilcr tjie management of t!it lce
principal, young Correthcrs.
1 ligre are now stuJeiits
in tho school, and there is. fast .'roi.'iug
ti uiiirit ..f int. .fob, .itial IntVll. ,.. (II..
athletic honor of, tho school; This was
demonstrated during the recent
season, when the school team won
lour out of the five games played Willi
other schools. Other interests for the
pupils arc being taken up which will bo
of great benefit.
Principal Leopold (!. is
rapidly making tho Honolulu School for
Hoys one of the lending schools of its
kind la tho Territory, accordin to all
icports, and tlio plans are for .ill extension
of the work now so well under
COLONEL IRONS WILL
BE THE MILITARY
ATTACHE IN TOKIO
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN I'll A NCI SCO, December 3.
(S.peeiii) to The Advertiser) Col.
James A. Irons, who has been in command
of tlio Twentieth Infantry at
Porf. Douglas, Ptah, bus, arrived in this
city, eiiroute to Tokio, Japan, wlieni
lid' is t act as military attucho of the
HOUSE WILL TRY TO ACT
ON OLD ANTI-TRUST LAW
(H.v Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, December 3. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho house
judiciary committeo today voted to begin
consideration, next Tuesday, of tho
trust problem, with a view to effecting
amendments to tho Shcriutn Jaw.
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, December
3. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
Word was received this afternoon that
the branch bank of Montreal, at Plum
Coulee, Southern Manitobat was held
up by robbers.
Manager Arnold was alone in tho
bank when the, robbers entered yesterday.
Hi; submitted, when covered by
rovo'vers, vliilq tlio robbers" took $10,-OUO
in currency from tho safe.
They then' lied, and Arnold, arming
'himself, pursued, when they turned and
snot mm dead.
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph)
.. SAN PKAXCISCX),, December 3.-,
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tlio
steamship Sierra sailed Jesterday with
ninety pasongcrs, including A. W. T.
Uottomley and Cnrl Hagens, who will
nssuine direction of tlio Iluekfeld plantation,
vice Mr. KInmp, resignod.
Pinkhnm is expected in Saa
December 14, and will sail for Honolulu
on tho steamer Mongolia.
Molasses has been considered a vvuite
pioduct on Hawaiian plantations. It
contains so much water that although
it has been used in the furnaces with
bagasso the mill engineers say it is not
an economical fuel. Jt can lie used to
manutacturu alcohol but under Amcr
leap law alcohol niuilo from cane juice
or molasses cannot bo sold ns grain alcohol
although no cheiuist run distill-
gipli opa n(mi.lio, utiici. lliMU'o (li'ue
alcohol v'aiinotl ltjj to manufacturers
of Tlio Pacific
Coast dlstll'ers who have been using
Hawaiian molasses have lost money because
they could not sell their alcohol
nfter they liilvo made it.
S h. Peek of tho Planters'
station says, treat the molasses
lor the potash that it contain ami help
llio industry and tho country as a whole
by keeping in Iliiwull .nine of the half-million
dollars that the plantations now
e io I lo (liiriuunv owrv vear for their
lnilw.li feitllllcm. ' llrtTlH
It is It' nuailriU'tlVK fcononilcs of
this sort tliat lluwiiii will maintain her
oitiun in the foremot euuo sugar
omit ty ot tho world.
u hmIii win. in aim inivenuing
Motto IU UtvMilltltK Hi uus lutlHU ol
wrrii In I bnVrli' I'uuuk llHMixlyt
Tb ll.Mi (MlldlMi I mtllSed Whwtl
uttv litt It mm mUU imI uiha
fun., mil iMl, Mini tlutl U MMUilll
l aid Liy MU ttliUt t inlunuiM
uli.iWM, Vt m Uy all UmUn.
I1i..uii, 4tH. I , Btili for Ilwvt utt
Her Marriage Surprises Friends
i wmmr wiif. Mi JmumVBamiwumm
FRACTURED HEART '
ii nut kus
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph)
SAN PUA.N018C0, December
3. (Special to The Advertiser)
Matteo Sandonn, portrait painter,
and Miss (Jcrtrudo M.ncfarlanc,
society beauty, famous as a dog
fancier here and in Hawaii, sur-
prised their friends yesterday by
quietly getting married in lied
" jNiiss Macfnrlauc wns tho hero
t' ino in a recent suit ugainst Cupt.
William Woodus Greene, of the
Chiyo Maru, asking $.r0,OOU for
heart balm and an additional
jMIMKI for a trousseau that went
Tho sea captain compromised
for about .13001), out of court, and
then hastily married another girl.
FOR HONOLULU GIRL
PI10KNIX, Arizona, November 24.
Philip Itcnridon, brother to tho superintendent
of the Grand Trunk Itailway
of Canada, shot and Killed himself hero
today. His act was attributed to despondency
over ill health. Ho was survived
by a widow and six cbildien, one
of whom, a daughter, now is coming
from Honolulu to pass Thanksgiving
Day at home.
Uearidoiij, until recently, was a resident
of Knca'uipincnt, Wyoming. r
, " .- - , ,
BASEBALLSTAR MAY BE
MANAGER, OF OINCINNATIS
(Hy Pederal .Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, .December 3. (Special, to
TJio Advertiser) Tho stock of
Hrown for manager of tho Cincinnati
Haseball Club advanced a fevy
points today, when a letter wns received
at tho headquarters of thp
"Cutis" stating thut tho owners of Iho'
" Hods" already have decided upon
(Mall Special to The Advertiser.)
1111.0, December 1. 'It is refreshing
in these days where the average business
man looks to tho future with some,
trepidation becnuso of tho uncertainty
created by tho tariff situation, to discover
that tho big business men do
not hesitate to make Investments with
tho quiet assurance that Hilo's development
is a foregone conclusions, tariff
or ao tariff.
One. strong such proof has comn forth
rotables Cq(upfmyr moves away ut the
end of tho month from the old stand
on tho Sprockets' lot ou Walanuciiuo
street, which it has occupied for so
many years, the owners will immediately-
tear down, the old structure and
erect thereon a modern reinforced
ollice and store building, to cost
Tlio structure will consist of a base
ment mid two stories. It will lu fifty-two
feet in. height from the. buiemeilt
IIAor In tho' roof. ' It will have a
iHSutjMinV.ftiet on Walaueuue
treelt and a depth of lity feet.
t Ily IVileral Wtrelen Ti'li'uruiili.)
Cllli AHI, )eiuiier 3, (Hpe-
flsl to Tim AdvertUer) Mayor
lUriiwu tuduy Wailful mi edict
H"ittit Muriionlal iiHiiiiei,
(hi, lwiHpnlu or oilier ilevlrci on
u1Ih4 V ll, wMnh mlitlit lliHIi'
ur e, or olher seiitlve
iwrliuua ol' whii'i fiiilal iimituiuy.
MBS. MATTEO SANDONA
Who was Miss Gcrtrudo .Mncfnrlaue
until her marriage yesterday ,to the
NEW CURE FOR TYPHOID
IS BLOOD VACCINATION
(iJy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PAHIS, December 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) i A successful now
method ,of curing typhoid was announced
today' by Doctor Rcllar. It is
caljed autovacctnation, the vaccine used
being a culture of tho Kberth bacilli,
mode from t,ho patient's own blood.
Former President Zelaya of Nicaragua
Promises Not to
Mix in Politics.
NLW YORK, December 4. (Hy Associated
Press Cable) Former President
Jose Zelaya, of Nicaragua, was released
yesterday from the custody of
tho United States, but oil condition
that ho promises not to 4mix again in
Central American politics.
Zelaya wrll bo given reasonable time
to leave tho country for Harceloaa,
Spain, and tho government of Nicaragua
has formally withdrawn its application
for tho extradition of its former
president on a charge of murder.
GENERAL. VILLA TRYING
TO INTERCEPT FEDERALS
JUAUBZ, Mexico, December 3. (Hy
Associated Press Cable to
Seven federal generals, including
Pascunl Orozco and Joso Salazar, many
subordinates and 2000 troops, together
with 1000 wealthy citizens, most of
whom have been supporting tho Hiicrtn
government, aro heading toward
after evacuating Chihuahua City.
General Villa is making n forced
march to intercept the expedition, if
One had Face Covered with Itching
Eruption Eyesight was Affected
Raw, Itching Humor Spread
Over the Other from Head to Feet
in a Single ,Day Dreadful
- TO EASY TREATMENT
"In 1007 ravfnen hrnlm nif In n mrttt
ot Itching sores which Anally affected
my oyosipht. I tried
several highly recommended
cost one. dollar an
ounce, but to no avail.
A friend of mine urged
mo to try Cutlcura
8"ap and Cutlcura
Ointment as he was
suro rf good results
from his own experience.
I used the
Cutlcura Ointment for
about six weeks, after
ajihlne tboroiiehly with tho Cutlcura .
Boap. (Jlyface'I injierfect health now -which
I owe to the Cutlcura Jlemedies.
I shall always stand by them as cno of
the greatest blessings to tho sulTering
thousands. Arthur 1). Oridioy, 32 Den
8t., Brooklyn. N. Y., Apr. 9, 100U."
"In tho middle rf the night of March
Sntb I wokn up with a burning Itch In
my two bands and I felt as if I could
thrm apart. In tho morning the
tchlng had got to my chet and during
that day it spread all over my Ixxly. I
was red and raw from Iho top of my
bead to tho sole of my feet and I a
In mntinual agony from tlio itching. I
could neither lia down nor tit up, I
happened to see aliout Cutlcura
and I thought I would give them
trial. I took a good bath with th
Soap and ued (bo Ciillcura Ointment.
I put it rn from my bead down
to my feet and then went to !"). On
Hie first of April I felt like a new man,
The Itching ni almost gene. I continued
with the t'ulleiira Hoap ami Ointment
and during thai day Ibe lulling
complete y left ine. J'rnnk Orl.lley. S'Jfi
U.Urdfit New York City, Apr.37,'00."
Inlfrtul TlMpurnt tot
.vvrr iisnui, ii isiism ,iM,rBna jaum us
4um lyuuu UJtm tbi u riMu ii. sin,
f blwuit lillminl iIiW ) If llril IU SkU) if.4 riill.
Till., ll iMtUUIMila rSinlr ll.tli4.
uiuirflwui lu ihm Klur ri I t.
LUU A4, l-Kii IIIIUu.utM.1 Alt M,i MtM.
Twenty-four Leaders Sentenced to
Death in Formosa and Over
Two Hundred Others Aro Sent
to Prison Conspired Against
TOKIO, December It. (Special Cable
to the Mppli .11 jr) Tlio trial in the
special court at Tnihoku, capital of
Torniosa, of tho Torniosim conspiracy
case, in which two hundred and fifty
natives are Involved, wus closed today,
after all conspirators were found guilty
Twenty four of the ringleaders were
sentenced to sulfer tho penalty of
death, whllo other conspirators were
given imprisonments of various tonus J
with hard labor.
In the course of tho trlnl it became
known that the conspirators were inspired
and agitated by some of the Chi
uese revolutionists, who still remain nil
and l anton rrovim.es. The en
deavor on tho part of tho Chinese to I
stir up the ruriuosuns, the conspirators I
confessed, vvero so inlliicutlnl that theyl
wcro llunlly inducod to plot ugainst 1
tno .inpanese government
The plans iot the uprising, ns some of
them admitted before the court, were
to attack the government, buildings at
Taihuku nud nssassinnto General Count
bamata Snkuma, governor .general, and
uuier men omciiiis, aim men lo pro
claim independence of 1'ormosa. Tho
plans would have been carried out suc
cessfully bad not a .Inpanese official
discovered the existence of tho plot in
tho nick of time.
I.u J'ook Sci, the ringleader of the
plot, and some of his associates made
successful flights before tin Japanese
officials could cupturo ,them. Their
whereabouts, which still remain mi
known to tho police, are being sought J
lay and night throughout tho island I
mid their immediate arrest is expected
I iv the Japanese.
Sheriff Believes That Part of Anti-
Gambling Law Not Backed by
Apparently not agreeing with An
drew Jackson's maxim that the best
way to get rid of an unpopular law rs
to enforce it, Sheriff Jarrett yesterdaj
stated that in all probabilities ho would
maKo no attempt to stop .chanty rat-lies.
Ho said that although Jie had notl
definitely made up his mind, he did nut I
see any relation between Chineso gam
tiling mid charity rallies and that where
one was decidedly and socially wrong!
the other seemed to no moro of a bene
fit than else.
"It's not all over, by any means,"
said tho sheriff, yesterday, "tho Klks,
I hear, aro going to rafflo off a piano,
or an automobile, or something at their
Xevv Year's Manli Oras bull mid all the
prolits, they sny are going to bo given
to charity. It seems to me to bo u
bcnclicial sort of a thing.
"It is nil a question of public opru
ion, anyway. Tho public frowns on!
straight gambling ami ordinary lot
Series, so the police enforce those laws!
us strictly us possible. On the otherl
Hand, in suppressing tho ordinary
church rnlfle, tho police have no support I
at all from tho public. Public opinion
is in favor of them and so it seems tol
me at present to bo best to permit them!
"However, I have not dofiiiitolyj
made up my mind ns to whether I shall
stop the Klks ratHo or not, if they havul
TO RESCUE OF PANKHURSTl
I'bV.MOIJTII, Kngland, December 3.
(Hy Associated 1'ress Cable to
Tlio government plans to ar
rest Mrs. llmmelino l'ankhurst whcnl
she arrives aboard tho Majestic from I
her American tour. Mrs. Flora Drum.
moml, commanding a sound of mili
tants, ts planning an attempt to deliver!
.Mrs. i'ankhurst from the police.
Kxpocting the police to transfer Mrs.
l'ankhurst to a special tug and take!
her to another port, Mrs. Drummoud I
has chartered a swift steamer and will I
pursue the tug.
WASHINGTON', December 2. (Ily
Associated Press Cable to Star-Hullo-tin)
Important appropriations for various
federal projects for Hawaii, military
and otherwise, are called for in
the budget presented at the opening of
congress today by Kecretury of the
Treasury MeAdoo. Ainonff the appropriations,
urp t ho following;
l-'or llilo postofllce, $2.1,01)0.
Tor Honolulu qiiurautlno station,
Tor aids to navigation, Hawaiian wn
ters, as follows! Pearl Harbor, $S0,000;
lighthouse depot, Honolulu, $'jn,(IOO;
lighthouse, Kauhola point, $15,000;
llilo, 10,000 1 Capo Kumakalii improve
incut, 2 1,000.
For Pearl llaibor naval station,
Tor cavair) post, ciirH.ooo,
For coast ilnfeuses, tlio Philippine
ami Hawaii being lumped, !i.l1ll.'l.'.
ill) Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
DIIIWHIIN, Dorember 3. (Kimi
I'll lo Tho Advertiser) Tim
Siiiliriilivn publishes I lie story of
. a (Kiwder which will xind tin armv
l In lMp wkn thrlU conlHlmng it
I are ebJuJd III Ike rtllika ol' a
. h u.l lie urttl)'.
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