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TTMVATTAN OAZF.TTP.. TUESDAY, 'NOVEMBER - 27, 1017. -?r.MT-VVT.rAXV.
J I .11 1 IS .IRI
Further Gains Are Mads and
- Positions Taken Consolidated
In Continuance of Great Ag-
r MfA Sua An'sifict IJtin '
GENERAL BYNGGIVEN ' .
; .WARRANTED RECOGNITION
Italians Still Hold Larger Austro
Hungarian Forces Back and
Inflict Terrible Losses On' At
tackers At Each Repulse-
VTEW YbkivT November 24
Xl (Associated Press) Suc
cessful operations continued yes
4erdaj generally west of Cambrai.
The heaviest fighting of the Bri
tish drive occurred. at Pontaine de
Notre Dame, which was retaken
at the point of the bayonet in a
furious counter and has since
been held and at Cantaing which
i was ca.ptuted . and a number of
guns were aken. More prison
ers were taken at both of these
positions. ' Vork of . con sol id a-
tion of gains continued at . all
points along the great front.
, In the vicinity of ... Passchen-
j i it-' , ..:h.. ;
. creased .the volume ,of their artil
lery "fire until it approached a
.heavy barrage, ,
T ; GERMAN .CLAIMS
. v vBerlin official reports , told of
the retakin? bv tlie Germans of
Fruitainc He Notre Dame .but dUl
not mention its second .fall to the
British and claimed the Britphs
had .been driven from La Folie
woods. These reports Raid Bri
tish activity was directed toward
MoeuvTes. it was ciaimerr-mat
British attacks :on RumiUy, Ban-
; teux. and Venteuil collapsed and
the attackers were repulsed with
; losses.'. ,.,, . . '. ;
In recognition of' the : distin
guished' services : which he has
rendered in this engagement,
where he was in command under
' General Haig, of the forces of the
' Ttritiuli sncrntrA Sm t ll trrwi Kit
tie, Major-General Byng was
yesterday -promoted to tun gen
eralship. t' On the Italian front the fight
ing was heaviest about Monte
Mellata where an encircling
movement was cneckea ry tne
Italians. Berlin claimed favor-
auic uiuk Ens.
Stockholm Advices Are That
, ; Central Powers Are Sending
Offer To P etrograd
ISTOCKHOIAf, November 2.1 (As
. aoelaled Press) The newspaper Tidni-;
gen report that : Bussian diplomat)
has left' here for Petrograd. carrying
proposals from the Teutonic powers for
peace. Th proposals are directed to
ward th Bosnian revolutionary gov-!
Tnnaent. , '
laine, head of the new Bolisheviki
regiine in -tiusjtia, has issued a procla
nutooa calling for reduction of all thai
Kuasian armies, begipning with that
las conscripted from the IMUtf lists,
- according to Petrograd reports.
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IN CAMPS IMPROVE
Ninety-six Deaths Total Given
; , For Last Week
WASHINGTON, November 24 (As
sociated Press) Ninety-six deaths oc
curred last week In the various army
raoips, tb . ar department reported
, Health conditions r greatly im
proved, the report continued, and tha
'conditio if th nen in training is bet
ter than at any tiui sine mobilization
'commenced. : ,"'.'"
nrpnnT PRnpnM $
11,14 VIII I IIWI WWJ1L.V :
IP PWCt 0ilNG
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Two Volumes of Eight Thousand
Printed Pages Are Required To
Tell What Hun Ruthlessness
': Did To Supposed Friend '
CnftlSTtANIA, Korway, November 24
(Associated Proas)-?-Th rHorthing
recently jiaasfd a LIU instructing the
government to publish a White Book"
with report! of Norwegian ships Ion
throagh German, warfare and quoting
j the , testimony ' given . before naval
, The book has just appeared in two
volumes and gives information up to
July l, 1W17, recording that a total of
uaii vessel or 833,60 tout togelhei
with t'CS sailors have been lost.
These number have been increased
by losses during July, August a.iii nep
tember, making the total, 600 vesaeh
of 1,020,1)00 tuna with 713 eer.ors knowt,
to have perished while he fate of li
more ia aaceftaia,
Norway' nierchantif annrine on On
tober I, .1017, consisted of 32CS versel,
of 2,1LM0 tone,
liur Atrocities Vo'A ' '
' The records contained In flOOO pngei
of the two volumes of the White Hook
show plainly to' What atrocities th.
Nor egian sailor' have been subjected
by Oerman 17 boat eomtnanlrs. Fron
Meptembcr. five months hefon
the unlimited IT boot 'warfare was of
Oftally dtt tared by (lermanv; this wa
!'ilnjr practised BReioit Jorwel'in vea
sels. Although the great .mujoritv ol
the lost vessels are proved to havi
Vi-n sonk' by tf-boata, 7fl vessels of
lLn.(H0O torn are known to have bees
destroyed by e plosions wbc.-.-iu 30ti
sailors Jpst fhelr live. '
Id one column, is a record of boat
intruded to he sunk without trace, ae
cording to (wiat LnxtarK's pr scrip
tine, as no tT boats wer a-en, while ia
other caaea the record hhowa that the
U boat kept ahips and, lifeboats under
a rapid (fenfire killing arewa already
in tW (boat. The book tella of sovea
ships reported by the Qermna U-boat
prflcecs as havtno; : been son k but nc
ttembeV of their enw ) returned tf
el! of the act Only the-official Ger
man report su r (tests ithirir fate.
Povcral Norwettien vees have dis
eppearcd entirely during the war and
the White Book ' is unable to . give
nnr information concerning them.
No Earning ptvon ' ' ; ;
- Tllitren ..NorveiiAn , ships bound !fot
KuroiCaii porta from Argentina havi
been torpedoed without warning! ' Of
these, two. contained wheat for suffer
Ing Belgium and . four war bound t
rl-anina.van neutral porta., ' :
- The war pf extcruinatipn of JSTorwe
gian vessels still goes on but recentl'
it.h "rather less effect thanka t6 pre
entive meusures and becauso the nom
bfr of vsssels in these water haa. de
creased. , . ' . .,
U The Norwegian papers state tSat pro
(eodings aeaiunt Oenian spjes in Nor
way and the hevr penalties inflicte'
have to a great extent diminished ta
lons of vessels leaving Norwegian port '
Heretofore these apices had report!1
the movements of ships to flcrmsn JJ
boats keeping watch along the Norwe
gisn coast for their prey.
' The press nnanimonilr urpti every
Norworian' to get the White Book am
studv It in order to , learn what Oer
man kaltur is and the treatment of f
nsin toward which the 'ehaacslVn'
letelv said Geripsny otilv harbored the
moat friemllv feelings. The newspaper,
a'so rones'the niovermet td piiblisl
the book in Knglitib and German.
NO WORD EXPECTED
No word was received yesterday from
the rescue ship which was sent out
Wednesday night to attempt to locate
th second boat load of shipwrecked
sailor from the foundered Norwegian
steamer Thor, nor is it probable that
any word will be deceived from hei
until ah put back into port. The
fuel capacity of the vessel despatched
to the rescue ot the acamen is said tf
be sufficient to permit) her to remain
out' about eight dsys and .unless Shr
is successful in her search before that
length of time haa. elapsed,: it ia felt
that little hope can be entertained fo'
their safety, unless by chance they
were picked up by a passing Oriental
"' The first vessel to arrive here since
the storm broke which ia supposed t
have caused the Norwegiun steamer t"
founder wu a Jupnnen freighter which
put in here yesterday in distress.
She was following the Great Circle
l route and chanced her course a a mat
I ter of preenution after entering the
1 storm belt when the severity of it wa
determined. The master of (the freigh
er said that the storm was ' believe'
to be one of the worst ever experienee"
in the North I'aeifle.
No information of the vessel which
res'-ned tha first boat load of TbOi
snjlnra nnr her dextination hsa beer
given out by the local naval authorities
. : v
CHAMBILAIN S COUGH BE.MEDY.
When you hve bad cold you wnn
a remedy that will nut only eive relief.
i but effect a prompt aud uermauont
I cure, a remedy that is pleasant f4ak,
ta xunviy. ,v(itii contain Jiotfttng JtUli
r loin. Chuutberlaiq 'a Couch .itemed?
meet all these .requirements, (t ats
on Nature's plan, relieves the lungs,
aids ex e't oration, opens the secretins
. and restores the system to healthy
condition. This reiuady has a world
wl.l sale ami use, aud can always be
itepsuilea usin. J- ur sale liy all dealers.
Beuson, Hmith k Co., Ltd. Agts. for
w ; At i
RUSSIA AGAINST :
Workmen's "and Soldiers' Coun
- cil Wants Armistice of Ait and
Peace For AO Warring Nation
says statement Issued v
PKTB)GBAD, November .44 (Asso
ciated Press) In a public statement i
sned late yesterday afternoon, Trotsky
declared that th Work men ' and Hol
Unrs Council does not favor but Is ab
toWtely against a separate peace with
th Central Power. - U' believe that
the course outlined bv- Russia will be
followed by the proletariat of all other
warring nitiona and that pvace be
he result to-come from It.
In, his statement Trotsky sgitin out
lined the policy of th present hussiai
overnment as representing the wlshe'
if th Workmea'a end Soldier.-!' Counei'
snd wild that Included in the progran
were the. abolition of all secret iliphi
naey and the informing of the publir
if important negot'ation a they pro
tressed, an immcdiace anuistire for al'
tf tha warring powars. and not for Bus
is alone, during which pence ternu
ould lie arranged in a constituent as
emblv to be held in Paris, and statc
ontrot of alt industries. .
Usignation Accepted With Re-;-
gret and Place Not Filled - .
WASHINGTON, November 24-r-(Ai
ociated Press) The President has ac
cpted with regret the , resignation of
dmirftl Cappa who" with Bainbridg
Colby ba headed the ship construction
board, Colby being the civilian am!
papps the naval member.
Homer Ferguson, a Newport, Rhodt
Island shipbuilder, was asked to sue.
wed Capps as the constructive membe'
f the board, but declined.
DENVEB, November 24-(AssoeU
ed i Press) Former Governor James
lamilton Peabady died in Cripple
Creek at three nineteen o'clock yester
lay afternoon after a brief illneaa.
Former Governor Pes body was sixty
We years old, and came, to Colurad).
'rom Vermont. : die was bookkeefier,
nerc&ant and then banker sine 1885.
( waa elected -Governor in 1902 and
erwd two yeaia. He ran lor reelce
ion but hi Uemoerati opponent war
ated. . A contest followed and Gover
ior -Peabody won' but held office -only
nc day when he resigned to turn the
iffiee over to tha Ueutvnant governor.
He haa a daughter who is now ' in
Honolulu where she accompanied tier
lusband on a business trip' from which
hey have been expected to soon return.
IS AGAIN IN COURT
4rs. Mary Jarrett Files Suit
AfTsins n connection with the estatr
if Cecil Brown, who died leaving prop
rty Horth S.t,T2r.24, as stated ia th.
ntcntory, are again brought into eour
n n xuit fllnil yeNterday by Jdrs. Mar;
Caiiiu Jarrett agninxt the admiuoitra
ior, H, in rich Martens von Holt wh
s the chief beneficiary.
.Pii.lcr one of the terms of the vriV
WrH. Jarrett, who whs Brown's dnsn,
ter, nrnt to receive M( a month am!
ViHK Irene Die km m was to jeceive
IM a month, during their lives, from
In her petition Mrs. Jarrett allege,
the has not received (100 a month o
ny other sum and she asserts that th
idminixtrator has entered "secre
gf nent" with Miss Irene Dlcksor
inder which he is paying her a largf
Urn monthly, said to be tfOO a month
; The "stnte wns brought into tour'
tonie time ago when Miss Dicksoi
joiiKht to contest the will on thi
,roun,l that Brown was mentally, un
ible to execute it at the time it wai,
'rawn. This litigation was closed
vhen a compromise was effected. Thb
erms of the compromise were no'
nade public. .'
Mr. Jurrett snys sbto that ah ha:
Seen unable to obtain from the d
oiniHtrator an accounting or a rejior
is to the assets of the estute althougl
he hH repeatedly asked for it.
The estate includes securities val
led at H4.3Sij cash, $33,075, and
MUSIC BOYS TO GO
It whs thought ut first that the local
dngiii); hoy whom Miss Muriel Man
iiigneil to appear in Australia In -the
aew " Itird of Paradise" company
Aoulil lie unable to depart for the Antl
odes owing to the difficultv in obtain
ing passports, but W. V. Adams, local'
nuirenMiio, Ims satisfactorily arranged
with the Australian government ' for
'hem to depart by the next out-going
teiMner. n (tabled reply to bis message
having lii-en received lust night. ' '
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LOAN. PACT SIGNED
TOKio, November 3 (Associated
Pre - Accord' of '-iformatloo re
ceived here from Peking the agreement
rela ing to ti e 'hincHe-An efienn t'unil
osd tor ),u00 00u has been signtd. "
PEABODY IS DEAD
MESSAGE OF HOUSE
TO FRENCH NATION
Head ofAmerican Commission
Assures French All Resources
of United States Will Be De
voted To Winning of War r
PABIS, November S4 (Associated
Press) --The public pea of France wel
come witb-rathusiruim the commission
from the United States headed by Colo
nel House and dwells at length upon
th message which h delivered yester
day.' , They ileacrib It as an open and
visible evidence of the earnestness with
which th United 'State ba entered
the war, it determination to be as
activ and effiicient aN and its cer
ainty to bo the deeldhng factor ia the
rtmwgle. , v . J , ti . : . :
Willard and Whiflock conferred with
Colonel House. 1 . ' v ' , i
. PABia,' November ' 23 (Associated
Press) Million of men from the Usl
ter Htaten w 111 be poured into Europ
until Germany ia defeated, should the
need demand It. This was the assur
ance given today by th American war
mis-ion td the French republic
Col. K. M. House of Toxssf henrl of
the mission, and the other members ar-
ived in Paris today, having made what
ia said to bo the quickest trip from
London, to the French capital achieved
dnee the war began.
' C I. House brought a message of hop
nd assistance, which was Immediately
mad public and haa called forth tre
mendous ' snthusiasm. -Hi message
said in parts - '
"W brina to the French republic a
.nessnge of encouragement from mil-1
Hon of American mobilizing, in ; the 1
farni a message of grim determina
tion to wage . the war until we ahall
have worked free of the shadow and
specter of the aword. We want an as
surance 4)f permanent peace, and tne
tramp of soldiers will be increasingly
heard on the soil pf France until that
and. ia achieved. Our President and
our country ? see the issue clearly.
franco may confidently count on every
resource )t our command. " .. .
No timo ir being lost by the Ameri-
inn war jnission ia exchanging views
witb tn Jrench. .Colonel iiou to-
lay spent an hour with Premier Clem-
enceau and the entire commission met
Ambassador Hliarp, There Will be dally
:onsultatioti" between the French offi
lala .and American' visitors. " y - t
BE HAD FOR POOR
U. S. Statfoij Will Graft frees of
Poorer Varieties With Rare
Cions.At iLittle Expense
Would you like ' to ha v those com
mon mango trees in your yard bearing
fruit of the eboiceit Eaat Indian vari
eties t If th;' trees are in a vigorous
ondition K is .quit ponible to hav
them top grafted, to .bring about this
Many of th best kinds of mangoes'
'a the world have been tested In Hono
lulu aud soma of the -best -.have been
found to be highly successful here, In
vder to make these unprofitable tree
iseful in the production of good fruit
tne .v.: Hi Experiment Htation baa .ar
ranged for a abort time to hav a man
rraft such trees as are suitable for the
mrpoae for those who desire to have
h work do.
Tb expense involved in this work for
ost trees will be at the rat of flft.
ents for eac.h eion or graft that grows
with a minimus charge of 42.50. This
a fo eover the cost or inserting tn
ions and caring for them until they
ave atarted to grow. Collection will
be made at the time of grafting for
half of the buds inserted.'.
The Experiment tl at ion donates tb
Ions or the best varieties. The owner
' expected to wafer the tree to main.
ain vigorous gTowth and to provide
'he necessury labor to assist In cutting
lack the trees in preparation for graft.
-g. Hearing tree will probably re-
julrs from Ova to twenty eion aecord
ing to size.
it will be necessary to eonBne thi
ork to place that are easily accessible
because of the necessity of making
several trips to attend to th elons.
. Requests for grafting should be made
by lettt-r addressed to th U. 8. Exper
iment Htation, stating tb exact address
jf the applicant, the exact location of
the trees and the number of trees be
ing considered for grafting. , It will be
veil to submit , a diagram of th yard
with the location of th tree In th
yard clearly .indicated.
v .Those requests will be listed and will
fo given attention at th earliest pos
dble date. Th graft operator will
Isit the trc and will 'determine
fhethcr the tree are euitable for graft
ug and whether they are tn proper
condition or flush. Because the exper
iment Htation can arrange for only a
imited amount of this work to ba
lono, request should be mail arly.
. 4 ,.
WAHHINOTON, November t3 (Aa
aociated Press) Secretary Daniels has
declined the offer of thi British ' ad
miralty to decorate th oftioer ' and
men of two American destroyers for
their services In " combating the sub
marines of th German. ' He points
out' that United States law preyeais
NOT TO BE DECORATED
military or naval men of tha United decision Judge Kemp states that ba Is
Htates from receiving Qecorstions atluuabl to so 'that tha ulalutiff was
tha band of foreigner. -. 1 r W' ,
Canada and United States Enter
Agreement - Whereby ' Those
v Wanted For Military Service
. By Either Will Be" Deported :
tOTTAWA, Otnada, No-vettibor 84
(AssocUUd PTess) Csnada wUl
BOW aU ail of it ub)ts who in
.' resident In th TJnJtod But to
tnlUUry Mrvteo and th TJnlud
. BUto will do thr aaxrt wlU dtl- ,
on oUglhl (or th Mioctlv draft '
wbo nrst rosldenta of Canada,
Coder th agreosnesit which has
ten antornd upon th two coun
tries will deport on to another on
' too demands of oacb. other thoso .
for whom th two countriot nay
rv jquisiUons. .
- Tharo ar winy ciUsona of Out
ada now resident la th United
State . nod Its possessions that .
lOan&da haa ,'booa nnahle to reach '
-and vbti th now conscription
becomes operative and offacUvo it
. W13 atako poaslbla for Canada to
call to tb colors bvndroda whom
It would bav been Unpoanibl
otherwis to semre.
For tha United Auto It U oven
mora Important for there ar larg
number of evader of reglatration
- nd of th draft Naeif who crossed
tb lino aad sought nfng la th
, Dominion. The will now b tent
back to .their -bom country and
put within reach of th law.
'.. - .. . . t 1 1 .
Same In America
Letter of Revolutionary Times
Tens of Sacrifices '; Willingly
Wade For the Cause of Demo
cracy, Just As They .Are Made
- Today: - .
' The Thanksgiving spirit of 177 and
1917 "should not b jrery different.' for
there 1 almilarity of conditions, eve
though America i in bo uch ease as
shwa la those. dark days of the
Revelation.': Though our hatdship ntt
not a great, our. spirit. shpuld be the
ssnie In this modern time of war.
Sacrifices of personal ease and indub
geacc sbpuld be gladly mad for th
fake of our ma across the water. '
A reminder of what the, Thank (giv
ing day of 1719 meant to America ir
given ia an extract from a letter, writ
ten by Juliana Hmith to -her ."dear
Cousin Betty" r Thy bad none of thr
luxurio .which wer evea then tradi
tional for Thanksgiving, and wer even
unable to obtain beef, but .they made
the pest of what they had at hand
with a cheerful graire which should not
be forgotten, in th Thanksgiving Dav
Pf 1017. i
"Everything wa good' saya Mis
trees Juliana, "tbonih.w did have to
do without soma things .that ought to
h . used. Neither J.ov nor (paper
Money coulil bur Kaisins, but our good
red sherries, dried without tha pits,
1id almost aa well. I
.' "Of course we could have n roas
tvref, Npne of n have tasted beef thi
hree year bsek it all mut go t'
'he Army, and too , little tbev get, poo1
fellows. .But, Kaynultymaw' (Hunter
were able to gt a fine wd.deeri
so that we had a god hauacb of Ycnis;
son on each table."
AGAIN CALLS HERE
Andy Carter On Manchuria Vher
She -Struck At Makapuu ,
Cnpt. A. E. Carter, familiarly known,
ts-Cajv'-Lndy, and well-known in everv
port of the Pacific, Where he has snllo.j
'Or the past twenty years, is now. vbie I
officer: of. th' Costa Rii-a,' a ' amaM
freighter, which has boeu on the 'Cuu
tral American' run for 'a number ol
vears nd now engaged in trade be
tweon the United Htates and the Ori
end. ' j
- Crtr- was recently in the city ami
qcnt some time in renewing old aj
(uaintance. Tb last previoua time1
tie was in Honolulu was in 1906 a sixth
officer of th Manchuria which went on
he rocks -at Makapuu. Point. He first
.ailed at th Island in' 1H05, sailing In,
aud out of here for several yeara or.
raft that have helped to make history
U th Islands. . -; ,
Captain Carter has' been la th At
lautic for the past year, but says tin
facifie is good enough for him. -WhiU
it this time ther is ccarcely a dull
noment IA Eastern watera, ha saya hit!
frieuil are ' bora and , after piidint
10 many years in this oceau, it is pretty
'iard to make a permanent chauge si.
ins ago. .
JUDGE M'KAY SUSTAINED
A decision in . favor of - District
)1ugistrat W. A. McKay of the- riia
'rict of Ws iluku, Waul, waa handetl
town by Circuit Judge Kemp in the,
)13,0ii0 damage suit -brought against
be magistrate by E. Atkasuka who 1
'cged be bail Ijeen falsely .imprisoned.
Atkasuka was rraiited arid triad in
th msistrate' court May 7, J916.
After, he .had been enteQel hi at
torney discovered that no ' .plea bad
been .entered in. tb -record, of the coae.
Later when th case was appealed thr
magistrate discovered tliat th plea
had been left out of tb record and
h ordered his clerk to add it.- In bis
- it; -:
First Witness For Prosecution In"
Case Against - Rodiek and
, ptheri On Stand All Day
iBAN1,PRANCtr)CO, No'vml,er 2.V
(AnsocVtd PrnH)r-flukUoiar Chatter
ji, a Brahmin of Bengal waa th first
witness called by the prosecution in
the rase .against the alleged conspira
tor to violate the neutrality of the
yqlted' Stat by inciting" a rebellion
ia India. 1 He remained In th witness
stand during the whol of th day'
session: t , ' ' - -'' - ' ' "'' '
It was the pnrpos of the proeactt.
tion to bring out th fact that there
existed a conspiracy and to connect up
consular officers with it The witness
testified to making a -.trip from Han
Prnncisco to -Bangkok, told of receiving
a letter in Mauila but did not connect
up th German consul at that city or
watau, China.' He failed to identify
consular, ofliders.' . -
Implcata Boahn : . .
He -also Ustifle.1 that George Paul
Boehm, one of those under federal in
tictment, waa activ in the conspiracy
work at Manila, and that when he was
short of . funds, he . was resupplied
ifiraugh the soimnl general at Chicago.
Tclnili of , hi journey from ( the
United States t .foment .rebellion in
India wer told. Chat ter ji - Untified
that hw had journeyed from San Fran
cisco to Bangkok and, to prevent de
tection, swallowed two letter he was
arrying. He said that he met the Ger
man consul at' ,moyK Ch ina, ' ..
HOLSfEIN QUAUF1K .
Will At Once Prepare Inventory
J ofjQueen's Estate :
H. -Lincoln Uolstein speaker of the
house of representatives of the legis
lature, appointed by Circuit Judge
Ashford temporary -administrator of
the estate of Queen Liliuokalani, a
sumed his duties jesterday after pre
senting th bond of $86,000 fixed by
the court. Th surety is the United,
Statea Fidelity and Guaranty Co.
After letters aa temporary adminis
trator ,had, ben issued, Hpeaker Hoi
stein said that ha will begin his duties
at one and one of hia first action will
be to prepare so inventory of ail of
th personal effects and other property
whHh has been held under the control
of Col. Curtis P. Iaukoa. , , '
One of the pieces of evidence Intro
duced ia the reeeat proceedings, a slip
of paper purporting to bear th Queen '
signature, waa asked for' yesterday by
attorneys who represented John F. Col
burn la he fight for temporary admin
istrator. The court dacjined to . ur
render it to them. ..'.- .
Hpeaker Holstcin win bold his post
in control of th estate' until the jer
manect administrator; 'is . . appointed.
This appointment ' will . be ,an mitcuout
of the main trial of the cases in con
nection with the estate,-' which will
start before. Judga Ashford l)eceniber
21 next . 1'
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NEW YORK, November 23 (Asso
'.iated Press) Jeremiah O'Leary
fTish agitator and publisher, waa in
dieted tday by a federal grand jury
iharged with violatiau of the pro
vision of the espionage act and of
"be postal law.
' O'Leary bus figured in piany epi-i
lodes as an opponent Of tbe United
Hates government ainca the war
jroke out and he ha boen uuder var
bus charge of complicity with Gar
nan agents and sympathise. At one
'4me .he . endeavored to enlist IrisV
ind Irinh-Auicricans in ,his activities
torai of the Irish-American orgnniza
'ions have formally repudiated
Vf.earv snd his associate.
Just a Bundle of
Nervousness and . nerva naina of tan
come from weak kidneys. Many a per
son who worrirs over trifles and is trou
bled with neuralgia, rheumatic pa i 111
ind backache, would find quick relie"
through a good kidney rea'edy. If you
hav nervous attacks, with headache
baekachea, dixzy sjiells and sharp,
shooting pains, try Drita'i Backarhi
Kidney Pills. They are for the relief
of weak kidneys and hav brought
quick benefit ia thousands of such
t Whan Tour Back Is Lamsw-Remem
bar the Nam." (Don't simply ask for
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IUI.P.T . ... v. j - ... .1 1.) .11. li
Doan Baskaeh Kidney Pill and take
no oinerj. ixiii 1 nacsarne muney
Pils are sold by all druggist and store
keeers, or will be mailed on receipt of
price by the Holliater Drug Co., or
Heuaon-Hmith ft Co., agents for th.
Hawaiian Island,' (Advertisement)
IRISH AGITATOR IS
Desire of Filipinos To See Pic-
" ture Show Gratis Is Cause
. . of Disturbance At Camp
t ; v j t '' . '" " 1 1
'Uhsl at first llinlpd a littla till. .
race riot at Camp . Liliuokalani oa
Thursday .night turned out -to be more
of a' rough tnd tumble affair eaused by
a party or f illplno or tb Heeond Regi
ment, who desired without paying ad
mission to see a motion picture show
conducted by th Japanese company of
the guard. They. .tore down the doth
walls and started a '.little fight ,
Investigation showed,' it is said, that
the little brow meta were Insistent on
seeing th shew and when they essay
ed to make holes in the cloth aad thus
f;t tea cents worth of view for noth
rig, they met with the guard. The
latter, believing they were- about to
face serious trouble, attached their
bayonets to .the rifle and drove the
Filipino back.' One was said to hav
beea "notched" Wit a bayopat slight
ly, and a few wer placed under guard.
During the remainder of th night
th guards were increased and were
maintained yesterday. Last evening
precautions were taken so that there
would be no misunderstanding during
tbe nights - -, -.; - '.
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IV I LI I I III UV II
German -Leaatees Must ; Wait
; Until Peace Comes . 1
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Heirs of. th 1st Paul-Muhlendorf,
who died here November. 16 .last, and
who left an estate valued at more than
a quarter of a niillioi, will have to wait
until .the war encla before they may
receive, anr portion Of the oronertv.
aa ail of them live in .Berlin. ;
The Bishop Trust company, appoint-
d a executor in the, will, yesterday
appliod in th circuit court to have it
adiuitted tp. proliat and in answer to
the petition, Circuit Judge Ashford
fixed December S8 fs the date of the
bearing. - , .
Ope of the teVms of the wilt directs
that the income from the estate ' lie
paid over to the heir in Berlin, quar
terly. . While .prolmbly the trust, cum-
fiany will be formally apjtoiultd adiniu
Htrator, it will be impossible tq comply
with this particular provision of the
will aa a federal. law forbids, and under
the same. law tbe property Will be con
served and cared for by the federal
government poudipg . the and of tha
Under the will a number of compara
tively small bequests are made to indi
vidual and institution. Among then
are: 'The" Solvation Army Girls' Home,
Leebi Howe,. German Benevolent So
ciety, and Associated Charities, each of
which is bequeathed $500 in caab.
J.ame Jaeger received an emerald tie
pin; Auita Alejanlre rocKO, a pink
pearl pin; Herman Focke, a ruby pin:
Ucorg Koileik, a aaphire pin and Will
iam Laiu a aet of pearl studs.
The bulk of the estate tfoes to four
sisters and a brother in Berlin. These
are jwrui juuuitiuiiuri, m jumiKiimuii,
Marie Btnuin, Hauna Meyer anit ueorg
Muhlepdorf. . j:avh ia to receive one-
sixtn. Tnree ncpnaws ann a neirr, inu
qf Berlin receive the .other one sixth or
one tweuty fourth each.
The great bulk 01 the asset are or
liquid .nature aud include shares of
stock, .bonds and cash amounting to
,ibout . $250,000. ' The estate also in
cludes about $5(MH) worth or realty.
Qpium is beiug peddled openly on
the streets of Hau Francisco, Dan
Julian, steward on tbe Maui, told
George a Curry, UBited Hlate Com
missiouer,, yesterday when he and Do
miugo Ursua, also of the Maui, wero
taken into custody for baviug opium
in their tMissession. according to Mar
shal J. J. Hmiddy. ' .
Both men rpieaiieti guuiy
CoiiiuilMsiouer Curry and are beiqg held
in the Oah prison pending an invesf
iigni-iou ui in" . v"- " j
grand jury. When arrested Julian had
one cau or opium id nis yoBscsniuu uu
ITruiiia liml .rMir. '
In, the preliminary bearing before
Commissioner Curry yesterday morn-
. .. ti l: i. . li ii.. .. . . ns
l.m .lullan ssiu n uuuHni -w ru w '
ipium for $U0 from a Chilean in one
if (be busiest, thoroughfares iu Bun
Francisco. He also said that no difjl-v
culty waa experienced in purchasing
opium in Bau Frauciw-o as It was beii
old opeuly on the streets.
' llrsuia told the commissioner that
he had obtained hi four tins of opiia.
la Chiuatown, Han Francisco.
Arniiiini rvnirft llllll
WANl f AVto WAl
AMHTEBDAM, NoveoiW 24 ( Asso
dated Press). Germany is evidently
t'Xieeting the early fall of Jerusalem
before the advaacing British forces.
There Is evidence of this In the news
tiicr articles that are now appearing
nqd which are evidently designed to
pave t' way for the breaking of the
news that must be regarded aa one of
the greatest disasters to. the future
commercial hopes, of Germany that has
overtaken tbe eountry during the war.
.. Jerusalem has entered largely into
tbe calculations of Germany in plan
for th? Oriental railroad to Bagdad.
OPIUM SOLD OPENLY