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J If AW A II AN T, A 7. F.TTK vFR I DAY, JAN 11 A R Y 2, 1914 SEMI-WEEK I.Y.
Vi-l.j tr-.--.- v. mr.
UlHhCU VUVD1UQ Aiaiuui VT 1UCU1-
ben of Ad Club and Democratic
Representatives and Acclaimed
. by Crowds on Wharf and Along
, L Street of City Durin g Parade
W VapiWl. -
' (From Wednesday Advertiser.)
For tho Itrnt timeyas Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii,' Lucius K. Pink-
Lam set foot ou Hawaiian noil last
night, when he stepped lightly down
the gangplank of the steamship llono
lulun into the midst of ' welcoming
throng of men and women, who hnil
eagerly awaited his, coming. ' ' .,
The Governor greeted. the hundred
who i-rowded the Alakta wharf with
tileas.-mk smilo and showed no siens of
tho fatigue tt.at goes with a 'rough voy
age at sea. He beamed with good burn
er sr.d fine health. , ,
; i no xecepuoD, m warm aim smcerv
we. ton e timt spontsueously found vent
upon .Governor pinkbom 's arrival, waa
participated in by two. or . three thou
aand people. ' ;','.'
11 UVtkU Wlirn irrrj'HUH auiiiiiiivinr,
representntWee of the 'press, oHicials
and lrien went out " in-' tugs and
launches and boarded the Honolulan in
the atreain outside tho harbor. It eon
t in ued when the music of two bands
anil rhoen from hundred of throats
greeted him at the-wharf. It increased
when the roar of a thouaand or mora
shouted a welcome ai he emerged with
hia escort from tho -wharf into the
street. It assumed a triumphal note
wirn rxjH-rsmMl nj inr crowun iiim
swarmed lh sidewalks alofeg the line
of march through the pity of Honolulu.
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- , Climut of areat welcome.
The climax waa reached at the Capi
- tol, whete -the entiro makai aide of the
grounds waa densely packed with . a
lb ron u that brought the demonstration
to an end with an ovation that lasted
half an hour. Here, with the ollicial
salute or eeventeen guna Dooming in
.measured tones; with the .Hawaiian
Hand rendering th Star Spangled .Ban
ner. Aloha-O and Governor l'inkham 't
March; with the air lighted up with
rockets and red fire; with resounding
and rejieated cheer from fellow citi
sens; with, the fragrant breath of tropi-
aftl WaHiaii MrmAatlMj that IIP ttlA CI ilU.
' ernor eould not faU to feel that this
indeed, was a fitting aud sobmn inaug
ural ceremony, conceived and carried
. out in spontaneous loyalty and sincere
wishes for th success of His admlnls-
tration'in fhefhefiWii of art" tBose' gath-;
ered there.:'' ' .'."' .''' ''''.'
The first 'formality of greeting to
Governor Pinkham waa off port, when
' the customs launch Water Witch; with
Senator J. L. Coke, (Senator D. E. Metz-
ger, K. H.- Htackable, collector' of the
port; Supervisor Lester I'etrie and rep
resentatives or toe presa and customs
iticer went out and were quickly pass-
' ed aboard by Doctor Trotter, of the
Marine Hospital and Public Health ser
vice. Governor Pinkham greeted these
. visitors in the halhvav leading into the
dining saloon. ,, . .
The launch Helena next drew up to
4.1 II I.. I I '- 1 1 1' - 1
me iionnmisu, saving on uoarq. nil-
I-.,. D . Va..; A7 IT irnnai Tl.
KflingeV Col. J. W. Jones, Dr.'o. H.
Cooper, J. A. Oilman' and 0. II. Brown.
(Senator Metzger spoke the greetings of
' the variqus reception committees, say
' hig: ;; - .':"'..-. -.'-.
6reted Tor pemocracy. .
' "On behalf of the combined commit-
of -Hawaii, llovernor , l'inkham, ' 1 ei
, tend you greetings, and the greetings
- are from all. the people of Hawaii, who
have the advancement of this country
-at heart. ,
i ne I'emoerauc party ana an inoss
- who have the advancement of Hawaii
at , heart -tinder you otir assistance ia
advancing (he welfare, of thia country."
- Ia reply,' (loverner Viukhain thanked
the eemmittees and those present .for
1 L I . k . . L 1 ik.l 1. 1
had prepared' hia annouuement for
. th pooile and that it . would appear
through iha mediuiii of the rnitlie ws
While these pleasant exchanges of
greetifi'ga'were talcing place on the Ho
nolulan, the' United tata Navy tu
Novajn, encircled the vessel with a
'and on board, plnyyig patriotic airs,
while .others explode fire ur!s and
shot noisy tombs. ' . e ' . !
, - At the wharf the' Governor was es
corted from the vewiel by . Col. .1. W.
Jones, Col. ('. W. 2eigler, Colonel Short
Md Col. C. H. Cooper. - These were
met at- the ship's rail iby Jdayor Fern,
redendiut iu silk hat and Prince AI-
I r . aita, a,.,.A...iui..ia.l 1... Ld
tnry, Villiam Miles. The contingent;
of th Ail Cuib, dressed in white uni
forms, !ine ur iu doirble,. row along
tla up-r , corridor of the wharf and
wade tui.arch with upralsetl canes,
, mrnring lighted lanterns. Hen eat h IiIh
lie uovernor anil the reception commit
tc ni&rrht'd out of the whurf, while
two bands made the ruftors ring with
spiritr-U uiunio. ; . . ' . ,
Parada Oulcklv Formed.
' Outside," Ihe proitessiou was quickly
lined up, a jflatoon of mount od iiolice
!lanit were followed by tlio Hawaiian
band. Next in line were the uniformed
members' of the Ad t'iul weai ing whito
and currying flmniutf dapttuexe lanterns
nui nu niiers. -j ne iiiiiiuira or ine terri
torial aud couuty Ikuiiooratiu; commit
tees wero next, ' 'I'lum came t ha Marino
Hand. . .' '' - v' . :'
hollowing tUesH came the Ad Club car
with K. H. ftlackable, II. Drown. J,
K. ' Kf finger. Supervisor M. ,C. 1'aclieco
sihi im. .loniiHon. iisxt was ine
ar cHrrj-ing Governor Pinkhum, Col-
anul . w. n l.'...-: . .... r....a..M
Cooper, Mayor ''Fern and rieeretary
mimp. . nimr inuse was anoincr AO
1'ih contingent in tmsinma dress, the
Filipino organizations, niniw-rous do-
' iTniitlniiu.t ,i h Ik II IT 1 HAVlltl -
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; (From' Wednesday iAilvvrtlser J J
' 'V Your Governor seeks the support of i
all gooil cltitens and ,f riends 4 of the '
TeVtitory of Hawaii.','? ' , , .1 ,'.
This is the keynote r.the first full
statement of the j olicirs he hoic, to '
carry out made by Governor Piokhamt
rontainrd in an ..Interview, addressed
to the prcsa of ljawttli, ,nd presontcj ;
to The Aclvrrtisrr for.tr8iiHmiHsio,o
the people of.Hawuii." , - j ; '1
Tim llnvrrnnr makes' it 1laiB lai he I
(loes not consider himself the Governor
of one political party or of any one fac
t!on, Ho JiromiHes a smiare deal and
ask for community support.' He; ia
rtrona for promotion, the safeguarding
of the imbllc health, economy in , ad- f
ministration, the drawing 'together of
all the racial elements that tf f muke
up the citizenship of Hawaii and 'the
elimination of graft aud lucompeteme.
Covemor riulthiin'a Statement.
"To the Press: Acting on a sensible
local piess suggestion, this memoran'
dnpi, as an indication of certain loli
cies of Ihe romiug administration, ,s
submitted in lieu of improuiptu inter-
"Vour Goveror will, rhould it be-j
come necessary, defend sonnd political
. -..,...,,. n'.. ,m-iail '(.iii-eraniflnt as I
against Commission Governrtient, bear
ing in iniud, however, the relation of
the Hawaiian Islands o national de
fense. , . ' -: ? '
: ,4Vonr Governor will administer his
trust impartially under the law enact- ,
ed and that may be enacted. , I
"He regards hia trust as revering j
me wuiinre mi ' r'a'M t
pies- dwelling within the Territory.
He will be,, at all Atmen, neeessildc
to the humblest and will consider. their
plea and opinions and seek to further
their, just aud proper interest,
-"He will welcome the presence and
opinions of all fair-minded, honorable,
jAiblie spirited. citiisens of whatever sta
t on, interests and means and will seek
to maintain and enronrage the helpful
relations now existing with officer and
Ofli ials representing the Federal X3ov
ernment.' .',-. ' '' "
"He will welcome he locl represen
tatives of foreign governments., and
wWirn- -the-lwse rente jt;bv welf use
of the subject they represent., .,.
V He will accord the public presa. ev
ery consideration within hia Jtovrer, and
seek to merit its support. t ; J'.r
" Yo(ir Governor believes the, public
lands in the control, '6r to come under
the control, of the Territory, sbuld, in
suitable areas, be firet olTcrejl fp,- home
steading to citiieus, or those Uvfully
elig'ble, now-withiu the Territory or
arriving unsolicited, and wha.'. Intend
to fully utilize the land, alone -ct" in
cooperation with ,others,( for their wo
and the public benefit. .
"It is reported that withrn the Ter
ritory only 306,054 acre of land are
under cultivation, of , whicjl , St 13,(100
acre are in sugar cane. ' v . ' r
" Evidently, while we! tope 'fee much
greater development! the' Territory has
not an arable acre-hichi public welfaro
ran ermit to idle or , be, held for
speculation. -Your Governor will bear
this in mind. ' '
; "Fixed transportation has been quire
extensively established. ....
"Good, roads and. motor vehicles
promise much for small and isolated
settlements In-securing ac'oeesibility to
market and lessening (ocial .depriva
tions. Within practicable and econo
mic bounds your Governor will idvo
cato government assistance for Ihe es
tablishment , of such., transportation,
where lacking and ptherwi unattain
able.': - ' ', "
"There hss' been established bee a
relatively : exiensiva commonwealth
based on a somewhat narrAw founda
tion. We depend on exports and im
ports. " Ninety-eight per- cent of our
Hawaiian exports are embraced in su
gar and pineapple product, j .
'The former is apprehensive of the
future and the latter fears an oversup
plied market, : - - .
"No normally established sugar plan
tation can at present suffer frpin legis
lation,: but may from the world's over
yro liiction. . , ,i-
"The Hawaiian situation will In due
Mne, be better presented, -understood
and eonsidered. The result cannot now
be predicted. i ' 1
"Pineapple product have the world
for a market. . ,, ,
' "Rica 'and coffee equal one per cent;
and thirty articles, or more, cortiblned,
represent the remaining- one per cent
of our export. -Comment - In not n
rossary, as the situation ha had and
is having attention. .The effort- iu
progress should be stimulated.
"Our bulanee of trade ia unparjilUl
ed in the commercial world. For live
years, H07-1012, it totaled $104,6:.,
270.1HI, an ennhttl average of 120 9:11
t)54.(i, equaling $10H.07 per lu'hal.i
tiuit. ' . .
',"raJ?retit bB''"' of trade the
i jiited Statea ever experienced was for
the Is st flscal vear, to Wit: 1633,00(1,-
000. 00, or 7.0fl per Inhabitant. We
need to remember some of our bleHv
'v mid advantage, as e'xperiem ed to
the fircseut time. '
"More, than ever the climate, cc.i
ery, public comforts, facilitiea, refined
s,Kirts and hosi.itality of the Islands
have a world wide appreciation aud at-'
traction to growing number of vini
tors and traveler.. lt U an nsset not
only for the pleasure of others but
1. rnimse great materia) benefit, to onr
selves. . ' -T . -
"rromotlon1 tl,at j's' erTe.-tive both
for tourists nnd permnnent or seasonal
resident will t upiorted.
have -failed to adequately ur
"Hawaii! placed la, the midst of the world greateit waten,
blesled with tin perpetual peacefulnes and gentleneM of Na
tnre'i most kindly mood,' may her people be Imbued with A
like ipirit in their relations with each- other and in public
progress and 'civic ambition." Gotfmor l'inkham. ' . ,
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ganize or plan to secure for Honolulu
ike t till development of an artistic city7
though nature invites it. . - 1 -. '
"Private ownership is such no com
prehensive plan can be assured without
wise, far-sighted legislation for - pro
"Your Governor hope action may be
taken before it i too late, and will
urge adequate legislation. (
v I all rrtirof tlwrvPaclfio gwat ea
pectations . are indulged in as to the
local effect of.the opening of tTie Pana
ma Canal, f . '' ' -
" Whilefnot on the great circle peean
routes," Hawaii is on the great climatic
route, hence must relatively greatly
benefit.- ' , - ' ,' !.
"Ho far a the ' administration Is
called upon to act, it will seek accurate
data and take such action and make
such recommendation a seem to the
aggressive sound interest of th Ter
"Relaxing no vigilance or effective
measures, should occasion require, your
Governor will use every endeavor to
strain the undue alarm and alarming
fl the public a to the publie health.
The economic levsona of .the (fast sup
ply the reasons. ' "
' So far as If irislstion controls', the
finances of the Territory am fixed for
the usual period., , " .
"Your Governor will keenly wateh
any variation from the estimates and
advise and. act accordingly. : ' . -
"He will not encourage publio debt
to relieve taxation properly assessable
to a period.
"He will expect -a cpnseientiou ren
dering of a full equivalent for every
dollar the Territory expends, whether
for labor, services or other expendi
ture, v ' '" '
"Education i becoming a problem
ever.vwherei even vocational education.
"Your Governor will invite expres
sions from those who know effects and
have transmuted pedagogic theories and
vorstional training-into practical life.
' ' The Territory for year bus had
several educational institutions fully
oquipd for and carrying on vocational
training, so accurate data of accom
plishment should be available to gtii le
anv extension of the system. -
"The Hawaiian Inlands are tea lim
ited in extent and the majority of the
population far too much influenced by
various race and natioual affiliation
for those to whom, at present, the y-
litiral inivileges and control have beejrH
cpinmittod to Indulge in strained real-1
tins among themselves, ' . , "r '
"The time Is not far distant when
those of alien antecedents but local
birth will become, fliuler our f'onstitn
tion, almost a dominant political factor.
' ' Prosperity, local home aud home
stntiments and education are the fac
tors that will lead them to become
thoroughly imbued with and' loyal to
American ideals aud government.
"It is our duty to inculcut among
tluint loyalty and a single devotion to
the United Slates of America, '.
"Your Governor recognizes the mass
of ptih'ir opinion that is trying to align
itnHf in "ome practical form for the
piotection of wemeu and children, for
wlioleHOine privilege and for education
n I'd trailing that will qualify maturing
vontli for the establishment and main
tenance of homes.,, ' i. : ,-. '
"The lenders of such inovemenls
niiiHt include women, piactirul womeu,
who w ill not risk the attainal le try in
dulging demands for the unuttxiuabli.
"Your Governor will roo(erate -in
niovemei'ts tending to, farther such ob
jects, end will welcome both women
ami men presenting their views. ;
"Your Governor will seek Cordial re
lations with the county governments
ti.Ht we may cooperate for the publie
good. . ' ''. ' " :'f .'...'- ,
' Ycjiir Governor seek 'the support
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Two Brilliant Functions in Ban
Francisco Wer Given in
Hia Honor. ' '
8AK lUANC'ISCO, ' Pecember 22-
Tho. first official function' in honor of
Governor Pink ham since1 "he, took the
oath fit office before Justice McKennn
of the; United Htate Supreme Court at
Washington, waa that given, at the Pa
cific Union Club of San FranciaCo on
Friday evening, December M, by locafj
representative of variou sugar and
mercantile enterprise of the Hawaiian
Islands,' A. F, Hithet being the toast
master. It wa a dinner given in famed
Pacific Union style and proved to be a
got-together affair,'- the after-dinner
speeches displaying a delightful apirit
or irienusnip xor me new executive
while the latter showed ia whatever re
mark he made, that he desire only to
servo all the people of Hawaii, give
them a business administration, bring
warring factions together and present
a unified business front, to the rest of
the United Btates. ' ;
That Governor Pinkham waa amofag
friends wa indicated by the cordiality
and warmth of the personal greetings,
as nearly all ' were kauiaaiuas, . Ad
dressee were ' made by H. p. . Rithet,
George Rolph, James - MxNab, A. P.
Taylor, Paul 1 sen berg and Governor
Pinkham. '. .- .. . . ., ',- '
The ta1le was set in oval ahape, the
center banked with tnounda of red
ruse and yellow chrysanthemums. The
Hawaiian element wa not forgotten
for, as the guests entered, they saw
ulon the chairs the familiar atrings of
Hawaiian lels, except that these were
made of Christina silver tinsel, and as
worn about the shoulder of the guests
presented a novel appearance. Governor
kham aud Toaatuinster Kithet were
ornod with ropes of carnation leis.
Tiny Christmas trees, silvered- glass
hums and bulls gave the table a festive
appeeranec. . .
- Hawaiian musiins, lei by "Pilnc'ef
Jack Hrleiuhesang at intervals dur
ing the evening, their" "Old Planta
tion" song hriugmg Paul I sen berg and
Gordon McKenxie into the ranks of the
musirinns to add their melodious voices
to the 'beautiful refrain. There was
music galore throughout the evening,
Gordon McKenzio contributing several
impromptu numbers,.; ' . .' . -, ,
Georgo Tfolph was hctlv to the' pre
parations, for the functiou, for he has
liei-u ouo. of Goveruo Pinkham 'a elese
amociatee, both in Hawuii and iu ('ali
torniH. ' The guests -were as follows?
Governor I., K, Plnfchiiin, K. P. Kith
et, D. Y. Campbell,. George M. Bolpji,
(' K MtTutosh, Hruce lieathuote. Arch,
O. . Kains, K. J, Butes, W. A. Uefcer,
August Hamburg, Jumes McNab, Mae
Kenxle Gordon, Cnptaiu William Mat
ron, J. II, Leittlitotr-, Usi-sr ank. A. A.
Hrown, laui Is. nborg, ,W. it. K. Ycu ig,
K. T. Kolph, A. P. Taylor, Roy Folger,'
W. . Laiis, (1. V: Hind, John Hurk, 'h s.
J. IHvkmun, t'da Waldrop, Ulisrles A.
Stewart, . , ;' , ' '
, Recond Hawaliaa Dinner,
On Monday evening, December 22,
the governor wa entertained at dinner
by lr and Mm, Joseph U Howard,
' 'l , (Continued ou pae seven.)
Mayor Saya He Will Select Civil
. . ; Service Commissioner! , . J
'. ; -. January' 6: '' .V. .';':v
(From Wednewlsy Advertiser.) .
Just before the convening ' of the
board of supervisors yesterday, Mayor
Fern salJ: MYes, I wilt lpoint new
membert of the civil service eommlar.
ion today , and - two school . housJ
janitor.M'i. ;. ' - ' 'if x.:
,11 appointed the janitors, 1 ut ,aot
hq meivWiors of the lommrssfon. , ' , .-
.After the resnien the mayor said: VI
diti not have time to appoint new ebm
mitsioneis. But these lellowa. are out
of on ice. I will ai-oint their aticcef
sort at the meeting of the IxisrJ ol
ptrvieora on January 6.";,, i .,;.;.- .
i .Terms Expire Tonight. ,
In1 the meanwhile, there it a hiatus
in tn exUtence ot the Honolulu tjvi,l
service commission, a accoruing to the
leal op.mon.of V. U Wtaver, deputy
city and county attorney." Wesver
bold that the terms ot present mem-
Lera end at midnight tonight. . If this
is sound law, there' will t a' hiatus of
lull five or six day in the existence ol 4
the commission. 'f . h
.1 hit 'busines of t!.e board yesterday
consisted of routine allowance of tills,
until it came to bills eiromitted tby
Charles V. i'hillingworth for' WW tut
attorhey' le.s lor agisting in police
tourv prosecutions aud a bill of ttH.J
Iroin the elvil service romminsiort fur
steuo;r,iphcr'a Jee la taking t'aiieript
of evi.iout-e in tasra heard by that bo-iy
ou appeal, i -' .- -, -.
' : Opposed Dy Facbsco. ,
' When these two bills came' up, Hii-
pervisor Pst heco took tbe tloor and all
the furniture in and made a stout
speech opposing tbe allowance of the
t hilling-north bill. Ho claimed that no
one had -the authority to employ C'hil-
nngwortli exceit tbe Hoard of suer
vioors and that as a matter of fact
Chillinaworth had said he expected no
ccniejation for his work,'. Attorney
weaver Kiauxi inai u me supervisors
allowed the bill, their act would le a
legal sanction to the employment of
special counsel and all 'would '.be
st 'might according to-lnw.,., The. bill
writ allowed, Pacfaeco alone: voting in
tho negative.. - ' :'',
'.Tho civil service bill fared worse
luWt. i ' Uommisiouer Petrie moved ita
allowance and waa supported by Pa-
chero,, Hut the opinion -of - Attorney
Weaver. Was against tbe motion on the
ground that the commission had been
notified that no appropriation of money
for the - payment of, the expense, of
trial of rase had been mad am) there
fore tbe stenographers would have to
g-nnpard. '"' . ,t.ui.i..
It waa ae Voted by he board. Petrie
and Pat-heco alone voting aye.
- intone Jsoo was apKinted Janitor
or tne-AitiMuley jiigb School at a sal
ary of a0 per month. - . . ' '
The bey of the McKinlev. IJiuh
rVhool were granted permission to put
a ' lawn tennis . rourt on . the ' school
grnneda."'. '". .' ' i'
The board adjourned to meet Tuesday
nigoiy January o. . . -. .
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Local;. Filipinos. Celebrate with
Comprehensive Program of '
?'!' -; j iSpeeshes and Musio. 'J.
Over flve hundred Filipino and their
guest gathered in the assembly room
of Odd Fellow Hall last evening to do
honor to the memory of Dr. Jose Bixal,
the 'Filipino Martyr.' The occasion
was the second anniversary of the kind
held in thia city by th Rital Society,
and the program wa gone through with
in a way. indicative of the interest felt
by all participating. . j
There Were a nujuber of tfueat pre
ent, including A. K. Larimer, secretary
of th M. C. A,; Sev. B. timer
toman, pastor of the Methodist Church:
Mr. aud Mrs, Theodore Bank and many
others. '. . t- ' . -. '-
One feature of the aventntr- was' the
address .of F. Leopold Theodore, 'who
SKke in English on "Philippine Inde
pendence aud ,the - Young Filipino. "
Air. rneoiiore accentuated tne activities
ot the youuger geueration of Filipinos
and their better understanding of pop
ular government than did the old poli
ticians of hia native land, stating that
in them waa the hope of the country
When it secure it independence, ,
Joseph Rose paid a hich compliment
in his talk upon tbe real character of
the Filipino people at home, , giving
mem credit lor inteuse patriotism and
many earnest qualities. :
.- Rev, 3. W-. Wadihan opened the pro
gram and tner were many other speak
era, and the evening : waa - enlivened
with sou (ft and musio and refreshments.
. ' ' 1 . -'. .
" (Mail iSpeelalto The Advertiser.)
' I1ILO, Hawaii December 2d. -Base-bal
uniforms have been ordered foV
the teuw which will represent Hilo and
Hawaii in the Inter-Islanil tournament
Iu Houolulu durjng- the Mid-'Pacifle
l.'omival week," ,' '. ' .
The' uniforms will be exactly like
those worn by the" New York Giants
( ''d because of this fact the local peo
ple expect the Hilo ball players to be
ripht U to snuff iu the games they
will figure in. s The uuiforms should
arrive here about the end of January
next. . '. ' ' :: ;'.. . ...'. 'v.'
. The Alldf'hlnese ball players were ex
act replies of the New York Giants'
uniforms In Huntley' game when they
were dei'lsfvely" trimmed, by the,' Por
tni'iiMM to the time- of seven to one.'
TO CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bfomp Quinine
Tablets.' , All druggists rtfutvd
the' money if it fails to cure.'
E. VV; Grove's sigiiatuw .isj on
Jftch b'' ' '- i 'Vi v-
ji S ir E 10IN a Crt. pt Unto f W
UNO WILL CONFER
GIVES NO QUARTER
VERA CKUZ. Mexico, December
J. (By Associated Presa Cable.)
-tpecial Eavey Lind left here
yesterday bound for Pasa Chris
tian, . Mississippi, where he will
confer -with President Wilson upon
the lyfexican sitaation. He stated
that he?xpected to meet tbe Pres
ident on New Year's Day. All
here Is qiiiet. ' ' '
.. flirlitliig In the North.
. . OJINAGA, Mexico, Deeemtier
(By Associated Press Cable)
r-rflpneml Vila is continuing his
attacks on the ederal forces in
Sid er this i-jtv. It is reported
that he has given orders t show
no quarter, and U exeeute Gen-
erals Salsrar, Oroai , Rojaa and
Alauis, If raptured. :, . '
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Stonu, Flooda tnd Frost Play
'- Havoo and Many Die of'
f " , Cold in Spain. '
' PARIS.' December SI. (By Asrocia
ted I teta -Cable ) ---A'llncst uaprjee lent
ed are 'the . weatLer condition which
liaVe the jireater; pait of Europe jp-ip-
peq n severe storms, .nlizxardn and
floods. From air parts of France. Ger
many, ital a'nd Kpai and Portugal,
as well a in the .North, -report ure
ming in (of . unusual ati)ospherie die-turbanrf-s.
IsImiiiI. 'thronahbhr: the continent.
galrs have, caused immense damage and
some loss of life; white flcrce storms am
ravaging the coast ot France. Hnain
and Portugal with . much damage to
shipping, -v - ' ' i
- J a ripain, Portugal i
dented cold ilT.boini
the two former eonni
having been reported
frosU-i In Italy, Me
Ju Hnain. Portneal and Italv nnnreca'
leuieu coia M umna experienced In
ntrie many deaths
ported as dne' to the
onnt Vesuvius ' is
covered with anof.".;; y';. ;,.'.
OUTEAQES BY OFFICERS
BECOMES POLITICAL ISSUE
BERLIN'. December ,10. (Bv Asso
ciated Press Cable to Htar-Bulletln)
me outrages pr army oatcer npon
peaceful citizens of A'oaee seem likely
to cause the downfall of the present
ministry. Centrist, Clerical and Liberal
leader alike predict tht the Zabern
iiicMiBut, smpoasizea Dy tne ivaiser s
vigorous action in disgracing and re
moving the commander of the garrl
son. will province an uacomnromisinir
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. V QUEEN SOPHIE DIES.
BTOCKHOLM, 8weden. December 80.
(By Associated Presa (,'ahls to Ktr.
Bulletin) Qneen Dowager Sophie died
(onay oi pneumonia.
MEXICAN ENVOY . : .
'. T0KTO, Japan, December SO. (By
Associated Press Cable to Htar-Bulle-
tin) Senor Francisco De La Barra,
Who haa been here hs sec.iaT envoy,
leit for Paris today. He mainUina that
ma visit baa no present political signi
flranee,. ( ' ; - , , - .
SERVIAN CABINET RESIGNS
v BEIyORADK, 8ervla . December 31.-
CBy Associated Press Cable) The en
tire Servian cabinet resigned in a body
todays i King Peter ha not , aa vet
named a premier to organize a new one.
nnue ion uunn, tne aviator was
thrilling hundred by his daring feat
in an aeroplane at Pearl Harbor on
Hunnay or last week, -hia father was
dying at Oakland,. California. - Not na
m yesierjay was tne aad news - conveyed-
to the Chinese 'aviator. ' In the
meantime, the young ' man 'a brother
left for San Francisco on the ' last
steamer to attend to the funeral ar
rangements. .'. j :,', --.i,
- It waa thought best to ' keep, the
new from' tbe aviator as long a po
aible. - i .. .:,
Mr. Guhn, senior, waa' ouo ' of the
pioneer ; Chinese' of California. He
had resided there for .-nearly fifty
yearn and bad novel' returned to his
native land. - He . had planned, how
ever, to return to Canton with bia wiie
within the next' -few months. The
aged man was a pioneer in the moving
picture business in, the West, having in
vested heavily. iu. the film before the
moving picture business had developed
to the extent it now enjoys. ' He was
associated' with Peter : Bacelgalupl in
thia enterprise and lost 'many thousand
dollars in the venture. ,.
, . He ia survived by a widow and seven
childreu. ' -The-.-remain are ! to be
shipped to. China' for interment and
ill be accouipaniec by torn Uunn.,
'tis '' . - -
According to the: ftau i. Francisco
paper received last night, frigid re
ception from a stony-hearted unci
awaited ".Buuny' Kahn and bin bride
upon their arrival at. that port on tbe
steamer Sierra - last -wvek. Kahn was
married in ""Honolulu to Mis . Alexan
dria K. Htraugh, a well known Hono
lulu .young vnoinau, Tbla fact was duly
chronicled in The Advertiser, but at
that time it was not known that the
dotiu-g uncle of the young man had ob
jected, to the mutch because of tbe
youth of bia nephew. ' ..
Hut soon after the young couple ar
rived at the Hay City, the uncle, A.
Kahn, a wealthy-real estate broker, wa
won !y the charming mauner of Mrs
Kahn, all was forgiven and now the
young eon pie, after Jjrhoncyinoou . trip
through tlilifornin, wJlT return here to
muke flieir home. f , ; ..
. NKW YORK, December 31, (By As
sociated Press Cable) Tbe jury which
beard the evidence in the trial of Hans
tfchmiilt on a charge 'of murder was
discharged , yesterday after being out
for thirty-six hours without, being able
to agret upon a verdict. ,
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Sentenced to Hang' for One Ghast
ly Crime Prisoner Tells in De
tail Story of Killing of Diamond
Merchant, for Which Two Other
Mm Are Believed to Ba Pay-,
injf Penalty.' .,-' : ; :,''
8ACRAMKN1XJ, California, Decem-
rer XT.' (By Aaso l-ted Press Cable.)
Kent need to be' banged 'for one mur
der,, Pirr Harris ! yesterdsy rent for
Sheriff W, A. Han mid, of Loa Angele
county, and confessed to hitn that V
was guilty of another, murder, fbr
which, It is lel'eved, two other nio '
are nrw rerv ng ; long sentences lit
the Htste'a prison..' ., ' '
Harris haa been sentenced to hang
da -February 13 next, for tho murder
of Mrs. Rebecca Gay, ' a Christian
Science . practitioner. Rcaliclng - that
there waa little hoe for him the con
demned man determined to relieve hia
mind of another horrible erlme, that of
the mnrder of C. XI.- Pendell, a iioa
Angdes diamond broker, on June 23,
In that city, 4
Harris insisted tilion seeing Hherill
Hammrl and upon the arrival of the
sheriff, he told the full story of tbe
crime of which he was not even aus-
pected, and confessed to the sheriff
that hohad cached the plunder, con
sitting of other precious stoues as well
as diamonds, in a safe hiding place.
It is believed tbat Harris ha told
Sheriff Hammel jnst where to' look for
the plunder taken from th murdered
Harris statea that he confessed to let
the crime off his mind. . . '
CALIFORNIA RIVERS IN
: DANGER OF OVERFLOWING
SACRAMENTO, California.' Decern- .
ber L-By Associated Press Cable)
tjTU the river of Northern California
re rising rapidly and will probably'
fmm iu uk u-i uiarn wiif is iwidit - ;
fonr hours. Continuous an heavy rain
nnd snow falls during th-jf Cast thirty- i
six hour have swollen evry waterway
into a torrent. ,
SOON. READY FOR, TROUBLE.
. CHTCA0O, December 80. (By Asso
cittled Press Cable) President "harles
Moyer, of the Western Federation of
Miners, Is rapidly recovering. - He plans
to return to Calnmet with a bodyguard.
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DEATH SENTENCE SET ASIDE ,
LOS ANGELES, December 30.
Judge Craig today aet aside the sen
tence by which Ralph Farias, he (South
ern Pacific train-bandit, was condemned
to death, on the ground of a technical
defect. Farias, who has changed hi
mind about pleading guilty and being
ready to hang, haa . interposed an in
sanity plea. ' -. ;'.....,'...
BRITISH GOLD FOR HTJERTA ;
LONDON, December JO. (By Asso
ciated Presa Cable.)- Agents opeiating
here for the Bank of London and Mex- -ice,
City, of Mexico, aay they have sue
eeeded in raising 4,000,000 to tide the
Iluerta government over the present
erisis. The -money haa- fen raised
through a syndicate, according to re
ports, but without encouragement from ,
the British government.'' . v '
SAN FRANCISCO, December 31.
(By Associated Presa Cable) Lincoln
Beaohey. the well known aviator, who
haa just returned from an exhibition
of faacy flying at Fresno, circled the .
interior of the great machinery palace
building at the Exhibition grounda yes
terdsy ia hnj monoplane. Mr. Heaobey
la arranging for a trip in tbe near fji-'
ture to Australia. . , ' .
: BATH, Maine, December 31. (By
Associativt Presa CaLle.) The new
yacht Defiance waa yesterday officially
accepted by the New York Yacht f lub
aa the defender' against Sir Thomas
Linton's challenger for the America
(Vv The rare will probably taka
place off Sandy Hook next August. .
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NEW WESTMINSTER. British Co
lumbia, December 31. (By Associated
Pese Cablo) The body of E.'C. Darey,
the uncle of Premier MeBride, was
fnund in the river near here yesterday,
Mr. Darcy had been missing from hia
hxUie since last ' February. - Hia disap
pearance was one - of the mysteries
which all effort to clear up had failed
to solve, :.i i-'-'
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PHILADELPHIA, December 31.
(By Associated Press Cable.) The
strike of garment workers which haa
tM'en is provress here aud iiit New York
since lart July has beeu csled off and
the strikers will return to woik torn or
row wliere vacancies exist. , Thia was
the strike in which' many society 'wo
men became interested aud extended
assistance to the women strikers.
WHOOPINO COTJOH. ,
When youir child hsa whoo;iiug cough
I careful to keep the cough loose aud
expictoratiou easy by giving Chnml er
Iain's Cough Remedy an may be re(p ir
Thia remedy will p1so liquify the
tough mucis and ninke it easier to ex
pectorate. t has been osed suuressful
ly In many epidemics ant. as it coat'tin
no uarcotie or other lujiir'ous substan
ces it is perfectly safe. For sale by all
(TeHler. 14i.miu clinith a. l.'n' aeento fur
I Hawaii. . - .',.'
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