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:U WATT AM, flAZETTE. - FRIDAY,:' NOVEMBER ." 30.'- 1917Stt!!TVVtEkLV
Spifl
BE LICEUSED
litre rii rr rrri i
Lllit Mli
r o TiUf nri(ii Cfohe"'wn'" their own crop and stock iiurn
UUVCI IIHICill I AAVJ UIBU
To Prevent Waste of Cargo
Room On Articles Not Essen
tial To Conduct of War
NAVY DEPARTMENT WILL
. CONTROL MERCHANTMEN
Railroads Oecfirte To Carry Iron
and Steej For Export Except
Where It Is Designed For Use
of United States
W
ASI1INGTON. November
21 (Associated Press) ,
Governmental control ot ctm-j
merce by sea and ,by rail wasj
tightened yesterday and will I
Still further tightened in the next
few days. Nonessential will not
receive carpo space for im,xirt to
this country, the railroads,, oper
ated by the committee under the
government pool , will not carry
steel destined for export and soon
the merchant, marine on the At
lantic will be operated directly
navy department. -
IMPORT LICENSING
' Under a proclamation that was
issued by the l'resident yesterday
imports will le required 'to be
licensed Just as are now exports. I
The licensing is placed
placed under the
direct siinervision of the war
trade , board and the provisions
ar! very much the same as those
lor the Jtcensing Ot exports, .llie
purpose is to prevent the utiliza
tion "of tonnage which might
bring , greatly needed commodi
ties to the United states for the
carrying of in inessential imports.
New , rulings in regard to the
licensing if exports were also
promulgated. These prohibit the
exports of ores and steel' of certain-
classe not ireviously pro
hibited, lumber and surgical In
struments and a number of other
romninrlities from lieiflp exttorted
' o I
except Under special licenses.
nniiinM pitTTiriTiLir
The navy department is to as
sume control uf all American
u..k...lm.n onnnnol n l!
Jill V lltl II llll. II ll.lfj.I in V...
transatlantic trade. The nlan
has been approved by Secretaries
Baker and Daniels of the war and!
.haw (leuartments a
ltd will be
made effective within the next
few davs.
' Under a ruling of the operating
committee, composed 01 ine- vice
presidents of the various eastern
railroads under the pool which
the government has formed for
transportation expedition pur
poses, there will be no iron or
designed for exort unless tt be
designed for the use of the Uni
ted States government
. A llv ll'.lll.niiv ua m.vx uv
' ed 4o abandon all fast freight
1
, trains ami run oniy on ordinary
J freight schedules. .
- ASKS FOR FUEL
Fuel Controller Garfield has
: asked the committee to give a
preference, to the handling of coal
'and coke in order that the acute
('.shortage of. fuel on some parts of
the, Atlantic seaboard may. be
. speedily relieved
BE USED FOR ALLIES
HI' DR. JANKIUO, November 28
(AiiHiciuted I'reaa) Hraxil baa reach
"ed en agreement with France whereby
thirty interned German ateamera now
t liraxiliun port will fly the Brazilian
flag. and transport aupplie for the Al
lic for a year, . ' r; ...
GERMAN SPIES SUSPECTED
Christiania Warns A gainst Fire
t '! .;,. -i - .
CIIRIRTlANiA, November i!f (Associated Ptes) The Chrlstiaaia police
hat officially warned tho population that recent mysterious fires are known fo
have been caused by foreign agents, and urging everybody to be aa their guar. I.
A communique issued by the police says: ,
"In connection with tho recent mysterious 8 re, it M important that the fol
lowing should Ih made known)- : . " . . '
"A month ago a conversation took place In a railway station here between
three (iermaa-cponking people, In which it wad stated among other things, that
various persons, who wore unmed only by letter of alphabet, bad 'completed a
ftiaimiaVent piece of work,' ami thnt they had visited several towns. Whose namea
were also mentioned only by letter. All the tree which have occurred recently
Wert discuseed with great Intercut, and tha German-speaking people reckoned up
how much merchandise In transit had been destroyed, 'without,' they eaid, 'our
I having any farther trouble over it.' One of the men remarked, 'It in time theae
j Norwegian found out what it menna to
BUllie.
Then they talked about the Herman
little exposure did not amount to much, for a net wa spun over the whole Nor
wegiau roast, anil, even if It broke it a aingl point, the net held all.the name,
thunk to the Norwegian.' trustfulness.'- They added that the U boats' work
utqat be supported at any price, a it would bring quirk finish to the war. There
was further talk of certain joumeya and of virion person who had done great
aervice to Germany.
t "The tonversntinn waa overheard and rcjiorted to the police.' , . ,
In ronnt'rtion with thia police statement, the newspaper give It lint of the
fifteen myaterloim fire referred to, and the financial loan In each cane. The Ion
varies front almtit H(),(X)0 kroner to 1.W,(MH). . Id the caae of a fire at Borengca, it
la noted thnt "irreplncealda store valued at tunny million , kroner were eu
daugered. " ' 7 , " t- -; -
PAST EXEMPTIONS
ARE ALL NULL1FIEP
rr:.r. .: . ,..v : :-
All Must Be Examined and Prop
erly Classified Under New
Selective Draft Rules
WA8HIVUTVW, November 20-(Aa l
roeiated I'reaa) Under the a cti. ns of J
the draft net and ,t. ieB0!nt. n a. re-
viaed, all ezemptioria or iliwhargei
bit b bve been mndo or nwy be mud.
before l.-ei mber next are iev,,ked,
Thia orde$ naa uued from the provoat
niatahat'a oftie y.atorday. T .. ,
The Intent and weaning cf thia ruling
ia that all or thoae who have been ex-
amined by the boards of reaiatratioa
and exemption tnd either dieii..rged or
exempted for aerviee will have t.i ap
pear for re examination in o .ler to l.
properly blaeed ia the omt of the five
LJ cl..ifieBH.m. f:hirh thev
long. Thia applira to a IV bo matter
whether the exemption waa given bo-
cauxe of phyaieal defecta- or otlnrw
It will thua be noce:ry for all of tkow
7. "ioniV or
tioM t which BiHMsifio omtworH aw. re-
. . " a i . .
(luirru.' i mi mi winy. nno utvii xrinwv- . . - m -,.--l,i
1h t-,-,... !!,.,. .i,i..h n;.'"n,' ot the moat eomprehenalve
p-eit.ted him f,r advice .. .th, tin,, of
r". : r " .
; -;f
from aueh disability will ba Blown.
There were many exemption of mart
tied men whom it will be found have
nyt contributed to the family of wife or
children or ho have be:.n aupportej
by a wife. Theae wilt not, uader the
new regulttion, be exempted. . ..; . .
All aubjnet to the operation of tha
registration and draft are charged with
knowledge of the law, and failure to
comply with its terms will be punishi
able a a mi)emeanor.
.
( .
Matters of Grave Import To
, Three Nations Pending ,
CHRISTIAN I A, Novemlier 29 (Asso
ciated l'ress) To participate in a con
ference of L'r.-Mt iniimrtaiii-e to the iu-
tereat of the three ueutral kiegdom,.
the kings f l' munrk and Sweden aa
w" n l,r,',"ers nf those couii"
trie urrive.i Here yesieruny.
The enurHi- of the uortlieru Kuropean)
ueutrals townr.l the i-oiiiiiien-e oC!r'al
Britain and Hi.- 1'nited States, change
arising from the political aspecta ii
KuHsia u ii . I the poxKibilities of peace
between tiertiiaiiy un.l Uumia With the
eousetpieiit ff.'c.M it would have Upon
their own kiii.l.mi, the submarine ,ob
iry and deiiiiin.lri uf li'rmaiiy, are s.jii
of the Hiibjei iH thHt are tu be diseuHsetlL
. . ,
i
KINGS IN NORWAY .
" 10 HOLD CONFERENCE
- .
. . . . ..,.,a MAiiMi,f" a 'ii laratinn whicl
MAKES DARING ESCE'
iiL'i-p-i'i v m 1 ofi i t ani.
te, I H :. T.V W.ivVd
here that a flight lirnlA.Ht ho for a
year jiu urni in i'ilf wnn .vun jrniui
. 1 . J . 1 t t
mrcfH ami mio wnn eHiiiurwu nnu.
priKini i-iiiiip fur two months hue ?
1 nan
thrw pnrtieulnrly nnrrow emapea from!
death during his flight from Germany.
Once, he rcitrhed the front, but waa
nenrly killed by the high voltage wires
stretched there.
, 4-
CONSPIRATOR RELEASED
SAN Fit A NCI SCO, November 20
(Associated I 'reus) I'ndpr a I'residen
tiitl order. Mrs. Nfargaret Cornell, who
was found guilty in connection with
the Franz ltupp cnaMpiracy to Violuta
il. n..4..lu.. 11... r-..li...t 1.. .. . .
inn iit-iiiniiii v in I .it 1 niii -.iiri, np
.. i 1 1 ...!
sfter halino. serve.l I,,, Aoet .rt f
her sentence.
r -
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
It may lie impossible to prevent an
accident, lut it is not impossible to be
prepared for it. ('Iiaiiiberlnin ' Pnln
Bui in 1h not beyond anyone ' purse, and
with a liottlw or tins liniment vou a
prepared for most niivthiiiif. Porsnla
by all dealers. Heusou, Hiuith- A Co.,
Ltd, AgU. for Ilawuii. Advertiuiuoat,
defy. ua. Let them nee what happen
ana tnoee on ine otner aide refuse new
apy ease in Bergen, and aaid that this
CONTROL OF DUTCH
T
Teutons Maneuver Shrewdly To
Secure Merchantmen For i
' Service After the War
AJiSTTEBDAM, Nawember 29 (At-
.ociated rrasa) Oermana are attempt-
, tu enttre eontro, f fc Du,e
i t , ,
wewnnliU marine during and after tht
j war. Holland having no iron and ateel
for ahlp conntretion ot repoir la obliged
to 0btaia taeae materlata from Germany,
wrltM tj,9 ia, wnrpanini bere ot
.... v . . .... ,
; the ln'l Tifnea. Tke eoadUiona im
j lwed by Oermany er anpplying iro
and ateef place Patch abipbuildera at
j tmJ merry the German, he aaaerta".
I . T. . . . , . .
A theDtek ahipyard. receivjnH
German irori and' at eel are under eont
tract to tho Oermana to make a return
of all detail connected with ahip con-
mgkmt ' nim
Dvaicmuiavni tiiihj:i h
eoatempUtei selling. TheM particularav
characte am exacted n'
JZZJZ "S ta. iTS
ane of the amalleat boats for inland
water trame. Any dispute arising ha
to be aettled by a German court at
EasM. ' .
benutnd Lone OoBtracU
In addition tha Oermana inaiat that
all Dutch shipbuilder and owaeri re
ceiving German- iron and steel ahal)
wign , a contract valid for Bve year
alter the war that. they will.net aoll
any ship without giving Germany the;
right of refusal and thnt during vice
venra after the war they will not allow
their ships to be employed directly or
indirectly for the benefit of Germany's
present anemiea.
The Dutch Government Iron and Steel
Cummitteee have, however, advised
btiil.lera am) owners not to accept ttiese
last two conditions.
No ship is allowed to be repaired
:wnn uerman iron and ateel bv any flrn
i on the German tdnrk list, but the Gert
fawns are prepared to waive thia prohi.
uiiimi on condition of a generoua sub
arriptinn to their war loan.
A further mensure intended to fnree
Dutrh shipninir to serve Germany t-lone.
eotifiniiea the Times enrresnondenee. is
apilii'd to ahipa not necessarily built
wiin uerman matennls in Uroningen
I'rm MK-es. iheee ships cannot entet
he ,a excent th'oiu'h the River Kms,
Ormiinren shipbuilders wishing to aend
their -U to sea must (Irst sign a con
trait Kiving Germany the right of rei
riiciii nn. i promising not to serve Uer
mn ' present enemies for five yeara
aft.T the war. Failing thia ther will
K-ied on their journey through the
ran eawarit.
DtfflculUea Ara Overcome
Nut ithstundiug all theae measures,
Dut'li mercantile talent haa overcome
in m. me casea the Teutonic attempt t
fett.-r Dutch shijiowners, as appear
r-nm a cirauier ny Uoetor Kturm, of
Tieinny known as the Hairue reDreaen
tatni. cif the Berlin Kxport and Import
Offti-e. Certain Dutch shiDbuilders siirn-
ed a dei titration which was not binding
therefore have gone
as Nturm leame
pproached the Dutch govern
X I metit nnd under tkran C 1
he
snpci-filed ia obtaining from it a prohi
,0.'"re thosesl,ip. whose
,1""" "K"" ,,n',,in,'",E. l-clar
n i . .
1 n?eM 0oimth.-n? in don to iouiv
W . F r; . -t- n t . . . .
- '),
hi; will vrv soon enmtt nn.1r
i . . " '
. I iMrill-l l nnntao F J.. 1L .
L wr"
BEE! SUGAR MEN ARE
Ihs ANOEI-W; November 28 fAal
soc'mti-,1 l'ress) I'roserutiona may ba
begun aguinst lieet sugar intoreata
. ... .. .. . ..
.''"'rH"l with "war profiteering."
. ' "''1 l"triet aMOme;
.Here i conferrinu with tha on.l a.
iniiunli .tion ollleiuls and a Brand lur
inviwtigution i iii prospect over alle
gnMoHH of undue pxp fits reuiied by beet
lignr men. i
A itiverside man charges that thou-
snnlM ot neres of land have been un-
developed owing to the uu fairness of
he i. iiuers in uriildiiiiir the urotll
from the beet sugar formers. One rer
finer i alleged to have netted HOO.' -
0UU ou au iuvestuieut o tlt0,0t0.
SHIPPING SOUGH
CLERGY IS
DEFENDED
IN ITALY
Cardinal Says That State
tncnts Emanating In Unit
ed States Masi- Be "Denied
and Italy Kfiow$' Cause
' KOMft, November 2 (Associav.'
ted Tress) Evidently referring to
published articles that ohe of the
primary causes of tho break dowa
of the Italian aggressive waa the
'rope 'a peace note and the effect
which it had npon the masses of
the Italia people, Cardinal Gas-'
part jesterdny Issued a statement
in Meh he said: , ,
"Malicious - insinuations - that
have reeii propagated from non
Catholic sources in America have
a tendency to attribute to the
Italian clergy some responsibility
for the. recent serioos aittmtion
which onr sou u try haa faced and
must be denied. The true cause
for the Italian reverse nre known
ajifl understood In . Italy even If
they are net yet known to the rest
ofthe world."
., lie did pot disclose the reasona
to which he attributed the disas
ters.." ': -
1.1: : ll.l-l' 111-11 I C
. Mnl: c... r ..:i rni. I
nisiuiiba oxjx unia ciiuuu I
Jerusalem in sight
' ,.-,.! w . 9 '
WASIIINQTON Noveinlier'SO (Aa-
A.l..!' tii..l R.ttu. r,.A r..t
ua:y on both the Italian and the west1
era fronts yester lay, Ju several aeetnri
of the latter and generally along the
former. . In ralestine the approach njit
n vorNsaiem proceeds . lavoraniy,
TEUTONS IN VAIN
MASS THEIR FfiRCES
Althouyn toe Aqstro uerniana areliniv 14
...... f, .... .. . .v., F,-' i
riiror. the Italian forces still hold them
well in chock ami yesterday in I,on'lon,
ieneral juauriee gave out tne Cheering
announcement that tue danger to Jtaiy lAngust It
from. the Hun-.invaders had passed its! August 25
most critical stage and he believed the Igcptember
situation was now wen in nan.t. J's
. I.,, n f ............. IM l.1.w. .
' II
so told of prngresa in Palestine and
id that thO Itritish forces were , in
signc .or tiui vohc in upon Jerusalem:
t . t - U I,. I! n .... .....
Reports from the Italian . f rout yes-1
terday told of an even greater mass-
g or the reinforced AUKtrn uerman
troofis and tho Indication that fresh
orcea bad been, brought in to, strength
m the depleted arinie .after the terri
do losses which thev dad sustained
(t was forecast that even more vigor
iua efforts than those of the. earlier
lays of the fighting wonld be evidenc
id today and in the succeeding days.
To break oft- the manned formation
which wnn evidenced In nnmoroua sec-
Ur the Italian artillery were brought.
nto more rapid action and plnyed she l:
wherever such in sailing was men, This
vas especially the case in the big gun
nre that was rained on tha Hun in the
Asiago plains sector.
Berlin reiMirted that an artillery en
gagement of '' great violence was in
progress in the vicinity : of I asschen
laele and rlalmetl advantages in the
Cambrni sector in the retaking of pom
tiona and capture of 200 prisoners.
GERMAT
CONVICTED "SLAVER".
Must
Serve Fourteen Months!
Under Mann Law
PHH.ADKMHfA, November 9
(Assoc in ted I'resa) From internment
to jait and frn jail to the penitentiary
la the fate of Captain Mas Thierehens
who wa formerly commander or tut
German steamer I'rtat Kitel Friederich
After the taking over of hi atoamei
Catitoin Thierehens waa sent to an in
ternment camp, AVhile he wa there
charges were preferred' against him un
iter the Mann "White Slavery Law.'
He wns accused of and indicted for
bringing a woman from one state of tht
t'nited Htatea into another for put
poses of inimoralit v. His arrest fol
ISEACAPTl
owed and he wa brought here for tlii'cd bjr the United. Htatea for the un
trjnl which yeuterday resulted In hiK
conviction.
. He was aentenceiT to. eerve fourteen
month in a federul penitentiary.
LEWIS B
'aN FRANCISCO. November 29
(Associated Preas) Iwia B. Houston,
who gftve his last address aa Honolulu,
enlisted In the murinea yesterday. It
ia re(Mirteif that be come or
of noted fightera.
... -
" ..
a UtrnJiy
T.eu is n ITrlnuton as annears bv the
Mnst edition nf the Honolulu directory
. wn a weigher on Honolulu Plantation
I at Aiea.
. , - T ,
' onov tuilV (ID
rUAS AVVAI Ur
CH 10 AOO, November 2(Associat-
' ed Press) Port touched aef and un
I heard of figures, yesterday whoa ill coin-
1 manded a price in thu uurkes. of wU
a barrel. . , .
! U-BOAT CAMPAIGN
TAKES BIGGER
TOLL OF SHIPPING
foial Larger Than ; Any Week
Since First of September But
Far Below What Would Be Re
Quired -To Wipe; Ships From
Sea -' ''.;
1 itVlV.V V,A.AHi. en 1 t -a -
li-"-"-" .-rr
. ...v. v . Muiii.M . .. c ni. i
ending' last - Saturday night than for
my week sine Beptember 1
j fourteen
vessel or mora tban louo ton harden
and seven ef, lighor ' tonnage are r
ported by the admiralty to hare been
the loaaea directly attributable to the
German submarine campaign Inst week,
This total or twenty-one vessel lost
ia the week i the largest since twenty
three vessels, twenty over WOO tons
and three less, were destroyed in the
last wee or August. or the" large'
type the losae ware heavier for tht
week ending October 21 and the name
for the weeks ending October 28 ami
October 7. ' . ;
Sain Hot TnfMtenlnf '
Despite the Increase over the mini
mom reported t weeks ago the. Hun
campaign is tint accomplislilng wha
haa been claimed for it nor what r
most achieve to carry ont the Karaer's
promises, and Ton Tirnita asauranret
that It wonld '. wipe British shipping
from the aeai apeedily and woald win
the War. - "'' -.-'-
Loese week" by week since the mid
die ef last Febmary have beea aa fol
towa: ; t : ; --:
Over Under Week
1600 1G0O ly
Week
finding
Ton Tom Total;
February 2
15
21
2.1
March 4 ,.' .
Warchllr
14
1.1
16
18
18
17
19 .
40
38
24
18
18
18
15
22
27
21
15
14
14
21
18
19
1.1
13
18
20
S
4
1
1.1
2
15
13
23
5
9
, 1
3
10
5'
' 7'
5
3
4
3
3
2
1
3
5
3
S
20'
2
17
24
23
SI
19
28
55
51
46
21
27
1
16
32
32
28
2.1
17
18
24
21
21
14
18
2.1
23
18
28
15
March 18
March 25
, April 1
' I A :1 D
A.
Hi':,
r . . i o . t.'
April .i
...
April 29
y
I May -1:1
fi
1J,J f
1 ... 0
jUIie jj"
jue 2.1
juM 3a
IJulV 7
I JUy !
I - . aa
xnust 4
I Xugusf 11
I Hoteinber 8
UIB III LTT 1 O . ......
(September, 15
I wu.,.iam. PS !
12
'
8
13
i "jeieinber 2B
I
11
2
t 1 . -. u . at 4 ; ia
1-t
12
fo tober 14 j J 12 1 1
iQrtober 21
17
It
8
t
10
J4
i
18
12
e
17
21
I October 28
November 5 .
November 12
November 11)
November 26.
HALF MILLION IRE
SIA1INI BY AGENT OF
CZAR, SAYS REPORT
LONDON, November 20 (Aoao
ciated Press) What purport to be
details of a most horrible, whole
sale massacre stc told in en er'iele
which appeared in the Manchester
Guardian yesterday and of. which
that paper claim to have due au
thentication. The-article asserts that half a
million uf the Khirgic tribe, men,
women and children were slaughter
ed In 191H under the order of an
agent of Nicholas, then Czar of
Russia.
The purported excuse for tbia ap
palling alaiigkter was that it wa
in 'punishment of their rebellion
agaiuat performing tha military aer-
. I. F .l j i . . xi
vic wuicu was uciuauauu ui luiin.
PATENTS OF GERMAN
WILL BE UTILIZED
WASHINGTON, November 21 (At-
sociated Prea) The first license is-
of German patent -which use wna de
rued before the war- has been "iven
to' three chemical manufacturing cmi
earns of New York and Philadelphia.
1 he federal trade commission is not
fixing tho price of articles manufnetnt
ed under these licenses lint r.inii t tinr
the right of the Ptttoot for its Ii
rensea. -
DESIRABLE TRACT IS
, OPENED UP FOR H1L0
1II1.0. November g&-The openint of
; the building lots on Wuiloa Heights
. for sale on Tuesday, of this week by
the Security Trust Co.. Ltd.. ha pro-
L. .'. I.. .1 ... 1.. .., .l kmam
r'- '""..'7
tWO eatdi. aaya the Herald of Friday.
Tho traet of land which ia thrown open
extends from Kilauoa Htreet to Mauna
Kea fstreet and adjoin the Villa Fran
ca district. There ara among the lota
Home exceptionally attractive ones, a
may be gauged from the fact- that by
V.iie ds.v noon. Ins than two day
after the' first announcement hud been
unite., eloven lots bad been aoid, but
others equally a good aa thoae already
dipovd of rtuiaia and may ba obtaiu-
d. . ; . -.',.
HONOLULU FREIGHT
JAMS COAST DOCKS
Huge Quantities of . Goods - For
Local Christmas Trade Held .
,; Up In San Francisco . , . ,
The taking over Of the three Ifatson
liners, the . Maui, ifatuonia arid Wil
I elmina, by the government, hi canned
much aneaaineas among local buainesa
men and growers, a well aa the mna
facturer on the mainland. There in
so much freight cargo awaiting ship
ment on the Coast that it will be a
long time before all 1 disposed of.
Word waa received here in the Inst
mainland mail regnrding the freight
Congestion in Han Francisco caused by
the. siaenening or tonnage ainee tne
Matson vessels were taken over. Ac
cording to the information, order for
goods have beea received by raainlanl
firms o fast during the pnst few weeks
there I not , enough apace on thn
wharves to place the ordered articles
while the vessel are taking tbcmi
away. ; - ' !.;
tit it renorted that-the-wharves are
loaded with cargo, especially gooda for
the Christmas holiday. Ihe Maul, on
Scr last trip to the-Inlands, 1 aaid to
have taken as much of the freight a
possible, but immediately after ber de
pal tore the. congestion steadily Inere-as-cd
trnti) finally the Fn Francisco firms
had to force notices of their troubles. .-
It- in understood however, . that ar
rangements have been made with the
Japanese lines to hnndle the Island
trade, assisting the. l'resident and the
Governor, which have been assigned to
the run, bet unless they respond 4nmi'
diately, ihore will- be a grent .abortngc
of good In the Islands when Chriat
maa cornea..-
, '
Doctor Raymond Is
Believed In Line
For ! GbYernorsh p
General Opinion Is That Pinkham
WiO Be : Dropped When His
Term Expires Maui Man Said
To Have Strong Support - At
Capitol. -' . :
Dr. James II. Raymond of Uhipala-
kua, Mam, for (i.ivernor of Hawaii i
the Intent tip, believed by many- in the
snow to be tun straight tip.
It is generally accepted, even unde?
the roof of the C't-.pitol itself, that
Lucius K. Pin1:hom will be atked to
atep aside ard Oct of .the road ai soon
as hi term ha expired," which will be
within a few - weeks. The - Oovernnr
killed whatever aii'rht chnnce for reap
fiointmeat he might 'haves' hid during
the recent visit ff four1 Of : the aenbtor
of the United State, every one of the
fonr being reported as prepared to pre
opr.n the President th. utter inndvian
bility of even sending Pinkham name
to the si nuto, where hi reappointment
will certainly failTif confirmation.
It is likewise reported thnt I- l Me
Candlesa effectually killed his chance
for appointment, not to much in what
he, himself, did during the congre
sionul tour, but in the raw work of
some of the booster ha carried lon;
with him. .
tiryan, Hutcbins and Kaymoml are
now said to be the three possibilities,
with the strongest support gathered be
hind the Maui man. Bryan once had
art excellent chance, to . land, having
been bracketed with McCgndless in an
endorsement by the territorial central
committee of the Democratic party. Thu
dual endoraement was intended to pro
mote harmony, with each pledged not
fo knock the other, but to leave the ae
lection between them to Washington:
A the gubernatorial race warmed up,
however, it is auid that each forgot the
harmony end of the campaign and that
both have been getting in strong Bern
o ratio knock, with the result that M;
Candles has put Bryan out of the run
ning without putting himself in. .
. . , . . ' . . .i ( . II 1.1 !
v iinL upposiiiun murv ia t nuii-inui.
la that be cunnot qualify, at a resident
of Hawaii except in tho slimmest tech
meal sense. It ia almoat generally
atrreeiTthat he would muke a good-Oov
ernor and be acceptable to the better
element of his purty and to the Kepuh
licans.
Raymond in known aa a friend of
Hoeretarv I.une and its a man in whom
the secretary has confidence. Iu his va
rious visits to the National Uapitol h
has made a most favorable imprexaion
ao much ao thnt in anme quarters be is
regarded as the man who will sgceed
1'iiikiifiiii.
. ,
5.
PAN FRANCISCO, November 28
(Associated l'ress) Called ns a. wit
nesa for the prosecution in the Indian
conspiracy cime tndny, Kluv Pyal K
pur, a Hindu; refused to teswy, J'U
government then dismtSHed . the cane
agfiinst him and it developed that the
Hrndu had turned State's evidence' on
condition that ha go free- after the
trial.
Frederick W. Klcbnhn, bend of the
shipping , department of It. Hackfe
Jc Co. of Honolulu, arrived bere today
bringing book to tie used by the gov
An.n.,m t In Him In.liii i.nnaittriA trtul.
The government ha detained him
VJ u"tu be J" btod
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS
, fAZO OINTMENT i guaranteed. I"
cure blind, bleeding, Itching or pro.
truding PILK3 la 6 to 14 du or
monev refumfed. Maiiutnctuicd bv
the PARIS MllCINBC().,Et.LcuiI
u. p, a. ; .-' -
,;..:' 'im,.; i '...'; -. ' '''.' '
V,. '-i::- V,- x: :-; l- ..I i.
OPENS HINDU'S UPS
AUSTRIA READY
10 EIIIER UPOII
iiEGOIIATIOIIS
Denials That Central Powers Are
i Prepared To Jreat With Slavs
For Armistice With,; ViewTo
Peace Are Not Believed ' ;
DIRECT ADMISSIONS1 6F ' v
1 '" FACT FrlOM VIENNA
Reports From Petrojjrad Declare
; permany Has Officially ,Con
sented , Jo Open .- Parley' and
That Date Is Named
W ASHINGTON, , November
. ii 29 (Associated Tress)
Dentals that Germany and Aus
tria ; are . ready to negotiate a
eparate peace ; with -; Russia are
not taken seriously i oftkial ,of
diplomatic .circles. : Advices re
ceived, frorrt Arnsterdam say that ,
Czernnx ; tssifed . a v statement in
Vienna to the effect that Austro-
uriglry stood ready, to enter
mmediately on negotiations for
peace tv ith Russia. , ; .
jttle confidence is . placed in
the denial of Germany that Gen
eral von,, Ludendort, the right-
hand ' man of General von Hin
di' urg had been authorized to
negotiate with Ensign Kryknko
or an armistice and peacex The
denial, is. taken to be as specific
nly to the individual named and
he belief prevails that if he be
not the' one it is some other.
RUSSIA IS ACTING
Advices from . Tetrograd yes-
erday told 'of the steps that the
Bolshe-rViki rulers of the Slavs,
r such of them as remain a part
)i what was ptice the Russian
mpire, have taken to secure an
early peace with Germany and
perhaps all of the Central Pow--
ers. -The report caW direct from
the Smolny Institute, headquar
ters of the Bolshe-Vikis and the
source from which all publicity
ssues officially. If was in the
orm of an announcement that
F.nsign Krylenko, present com
mander in chief of the 'armies,
had sent representatives who had
crossed over into the enemy lines
for the purpose of negotiating a
peace.
Later reports said that Krolyn-
ko was personally conducting the
negotiations, had been received
by German military officials and
that the German government had
consented to immediate negotia
tions for an armistice with a
peace conference to follow and
that December 2 had been set for
he conference.
DOCUMENTS PUBLISHED
Leniue yestefday caused to be
published an old agreement be
tween Russia, France and Great
Britain whereby it was declared
that Alexandreta was to be a free
port and that Palestine was to
be established under, a protector
ate of the three nations.
- NO action with special regard to th
report ,of Russo German peace ex
change haa been taken by tba United
State government.
It I given out that the determina
tion by the government whether tba
Uolnbe-v iki regime is te. be treated
i an enemy or an active ally of Oer
many rest nn official advices aa to the
reported conferences with German of
ficers. A great Socialist demons! ratloa wa
made in Budapest, Hungary, last Sun
day In favor oi an immediate armistice
with Russia to be followed by early set
tlement of peace terms. . A number of
speakers spoke to vast throngs, urging
this course, and a great procession wa
held, the crowds carrying banner call
ing for peace at once.
r
I
""j CHINESE TO BE PRESENT
AI ALLlti UUNhtKtNUI:
WASHINGTON, November 2 (A
sociated Press) The Chinese legation
here uunouiic.es that 11 u Wei Teh, Chi
nese uriuiatttr to Frauce, aud Tamt Thai
I.ich, vice-Meiretary of the general staff,
are the Chinese representative at tha
big war conference, of tht AJUei.
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