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. 7 W - . . t t't v. 7 ' -. r y 7 ischuria; Nor. 15.? - -.'7 Sierra. Nor. . V Jna Mue9nrtrt ' r;r ' t Zealandia, ;Dec. '5.y- - -si - Hawaiian Btar. oL XX, No. 6434. Tiy. ? " Dnlletf a E8t; 18S2. -No. 5283. ! . .. I':, li TP T t 1 , i ij n .77 r. . 7 .J :i!r ,.tl - f - , Quarter of r::i':':n Dctos To : U2 Pc':. Qui by: the . 4 I I STOCK DiV; ;. j OF -4. i" 7 PER CEfJT. "P;vm:r.t tc to Steel: At f ; r.c.f.-:; ' t Tn.. : : ', .(' s '!.!! ; ! it ( Mi;;." fi i 1 i ' : j . . . i . . . ; vosten'ny after- '. u. lutkf :j ; -?rr? c: . rt. vMcV. : -; :: fro::i 5" . uiuMes.l cc::".:-J ' 1., i rcccunt r.r;.l' ' I -Inc; is Kr.'.ra lie; v. ri .:yaM? on D3 ' :'tr '!::' ct Ik. .e -f.'.e - ' M. Ko . : .1 . . ..rti It witli. a ,t:;;lt .a iter. is at r l. . ! i t v . . '.: fcr c . rv tv I . t .; ; . w i .' !vi:t tV.e in- . . . w i.j MV'tC- :rcerr.caf with the "r.y ta3 teen dis- Cil Cr v. ; . i cr has ever . v rber -ccrar... " ,;c:r rats cf cc'-..:..i r -: . . :. . .10 :..cra raade to: ilaj. rc 4 rt As , morning .at ti e cc-raiee:cners had gone into 1 j t i V i( t executive 57 late yesterday after r.ocn ia til o r- "r-ivate cgrcernenf with the A: ocdatei Oil Company stir red net caly th? 1 .utile in generaLbut the ccni:r.!:.!e::crs ' themselves. Cit lzer.3 wished to know if . the board .wm catena.- iato a pfivate agreement ; vith a p-ubile service corporation, "vhile the. commissioners were wroth because - the !r action," they declared, had been badly misinterpreted. yyry? : James Wakefield, whe' made the motion for tv executive session, was y askid by 1 1.-7 St'ar-Culletia. this morn Jng for tie '. cts n the case and) re- spoused' by tayln that, tne comm.s. ' siort never "had any intention cf enter ing. into "an agreement with the oil company "without gi1nff full publicity to the terms and plans, ' .". y'; "The purpose of the executive ses sion was to discuss r form, of'.agree ! in'ent- among : ourscl' i so ; that wc could talk U over fully and freely.. The . particular , reason : for wishing to go lnt6 executive : session was , that the . outline of the agreement which. ; we wished to discusa had not yet been submitte d to the attorney-general and 7 xve lid not JR'lsh, to,-Oron record, or to take". any final'ction without consuK ' tatlon with hiraV Usually we have had an .opportunity; to submit the various agreements torthe attorney-general in advance of our. board meetings, but , we were enable to dd so Ja this case, ; &nd to give him "every ; freedom to . make suggestions. for changes, we ;ld - not wish; to commit ourselves before ::.xand.7 7vt;1 r - -I TO?ie fhe motion to go 4nto exec-; futive se&sioa and neither In this mo .tlon nor.lh the discussion, was there r. any use ofythe word 'private.' In re . ;v. -..'. , y7- ;.. vr7':- 1. . j (Centinuei oni ,Pag' 6) v DRIVE G AT E S, L A W N F URN I T U RE ;;;H. E. HENDRICK, LTD. " -",' ' A;;.V-. 1 : - 1 ' i I I ' i ' ,. . I ' NATIONAL lyf"'...; ",: , 7 ' 7 v 7; : v', r ;:i . 7 :7-; . : :'. (7 h ' "-V7-" '-,:-"-:7x.77...;v "- , r-- Dirt V.TICccinto Fiy for.Foun : dzUzn Ecrly in Do wltiuvl ('.-' ..7 ... -v.'. T'ue iew 'National Guard "Armory, r uMch the citi.-cn soldiers and tfceir ::"..-, Lave Icca f-htir.s. "for 'several rt !:2t to t----.:? a reality, ' f'y c i ?c'J L .rrac'.s let, Milier rr.J. llctel rcct, ia ; r.:ar:!. ::i for t? struc v f r t' ' - ' - ' : . ' ..npc3- t 4. V,7 r c:::;o ia tl.e Ttnltary cf Ha ;i. ' - -; : - ; T! ? 1 .'Mir'T r.s ; '.ar.aed now.' is to : i tLe viciaitj; cf $n3,C00,' and .',(' ) cf this amount already i3 ap c;r!atcd, having been set -aside - by ? Icjizture In lSll. TLe remaining r.our.t probably. will to added by the 1. D:rtm:nt Fanning to Send Fi::t.of Acrcclancs to of Acropldi Lc:d Post f, c 'al""SCar-f.ulletta .CoirespondericeJ ' "Aln;lLl.ty Father, Who can still .' .'- .f "The rasing of the stornj at "will, 7 ; "Thou who capst save on fan d or sea, "And If Thou 'wilt no harm can be,- .j "Oh God, extend Thy; savins tare vv "To those in" peril -in the alrr ,;"; SCIIOFIELD BARRACKS,: Nov!' 14 Tne above hymn, which wsfs sung at a recent, luneral service ; at ,llyte? England, for victims y of the : Himj aviation disaster near Hitchin, hni a peculiar interest for more, than -one during young' oidccr at Sctoheld, lor tti- word has gone forth that within a iliort time a $mall neet of army aero planes wili.be brought to Oahu. The War Department seems to be turning to .Hawaii as the proving- gronnu Tor many . of the ;Jtheones, and . J5cho.ield farracks fiow thelargest.-post' in the army, with its acres of gently, roiling ccuntry and climatic adtantagcs,hasln;achines for scouting purposes,, which been r marked for . aviation experi- Cients. " .'.' y'-; ' i V -':; .. : 7: This news comes la .a private letter written, by. an o,Hcer now 7 in the States,' to a friend here. The informa ton ,.' is considered ;; reliable,. 'for the writer, ihould know whereof he speaks end Iti is expected Uiat withiq three rr-onths"; at least three, and possible more flying machines will tie assem bled ''at . Leilehua, with seTeral -ekpert cneed army airmen in charge of , their operation, and of the instruction of a niember of ohlcers now here who have expressed a ' desire to volnnteer: for aviationt work.: uUXk r The sending of t several aeroplanes to Oaha Is not' a ;complete surpse, nfact, army Cien here have ; been wt ndering f or some time past twhat has autedkthe delay, tot the tip went out several y months ago : that "aero planes entered into tne calculations of the defense board,. which convened herelast' JiJly,; and which went' into elaborate plans for 'defending Oahu f rem invasion. - ' V;y ' 7 y ; ; y y 'Two monoplanes of the type rece,nti ly favored by military authorities, and one-Curtis biplane, , are - to- b- thf basis of : Hawaii's aerial navy, whica i Jo. be' added tn as fa&t as thet are competent .flyers available." ;' . r?''Jk Not only wiir'tr.e- aying'expertments here develop the use of the aeroplane for scouting, . : but also according to rumor as an agent of actual comCat ; To date there ; has leea little done -i.:- lAf'Wi - I . , . y ; , . - . ' I '1 . . v Jegislat;:r3 which convenes next racnth "The Artery-will te the largest pub lic structure In -the Islands, and the larrct tulldin? of any kind with the excepticn cf the Alexander Young Hotel. Likeract Mg modern edifices t'of its kind the architectural lines will Le' cf t--Q 'severest simplicity.' Con-t?!-!::s t;o ctcries and a-:tull ; tase . illraenilcns- .'cf'V 200x235 ' - '- 'orcrd "cencrrte- tj:Id:"n; .1 i - tv.- v.tcr- &hc''.i tL? i-.:: ; inr v, i'l f", -1 cf ".L:ci. the titizjna ".ay well 1 3 prcud.-In ..i.iiar ( --la it will coitala every rr : re cf-the best armories of, ' IU Li t! :y, and in size it will be tuClcI . . ' , accommodate all conven ticr.s c. wth;r public 'gatherings that may -be 'held in the ;Territory for imany f rs .w come. 7,:; "C.' Li kl w ui. Jii Jl a with military aviation other 1 than scouting and the i dropping of bomtsj tul -unquestionably the; flying machine has grimmer "war possibilities. It caa alto be used as an-engine of destruc tion, not by means of bomb-dropping attacks of, a few aeroplanes but by the organized onslaught of- large sTiadrons' of - weight-lifting machines; which will be able to rain down tons cf missla. over any given spot: Oh a sea-bound- terrain such ay this ..aero planes could be used 4 . to ;f great ad- vantage' to prevent the landing .lor ah invading -force. ;.';.' .ri-y..- Mx -. ; , Aeroplanes on Oatu wouVd -have one great advantage over the' atrVfleeta in Hr rope , and 'continental United States because the ?1opair flyersKwduM .ndivlei epposed , by; a , hostile .air : sqnadroh of equal "strength. The ibpinlon'p'revailff now in foreignmilitary. circlc3. (hat the 'next great ,war willy se 'aero planes mounted with light gnns hrih? explosive, -shells ' at' eacij : other,: and that tattles will be fou-jht-above ; the" ground: .'A force' invading OantKcoulir hardly bring; inoreT than , a Tew light gives ,color to -theory that the Tnitef States " intends tobuud ,up. a stron protective aeroplane fleet hefe.'y v Reports y6f: Resignation ; Have : ' Been ? Going Rounds for ;Some Time, It Appears i-.-.y l s t v H . . ,t".Newa.: by wireless .-frpm California, published - this - morning; that Presi dent -JohnVW. Oilmore of the- College .of Hawaii has been-appointed to the chair; of agronomy at the University of ' California, did not come .with as much surprise.to a number of educa tors here : as to ;. those who b.ave not teen "following school mattersclose- 1v y.''-' ,- 1M-o, -V-- ,'.:C'.-7Cf1(.'.:' if . - -''..-jV-4k V " . : --7 --. .-- ' .; 7 Although no statement could be. se cured up to this afternoon from the regents bf the College, it' has .' been rumored for- several weeks' that Pre sident Gilmore, who. has "been on the' mainland, 'would not ; return unless it were to pack his nersonal :-. effects. Colncidently there was the rumor that he .would resign ' from the college, fa- liiiTlifl .7.s'-7 . -. -4 : ' ' :';. ; .'.-'v., ' ; :y- i r i i Ita front, 1ccLL:vt on 'Hotel vstreet and across to tt a -Capitol Is to te 200 feet in' width. TheT-cnly architec tural; featrre ;. breaking . the " : plain straight ,!: :3 0f the exterior Is; the gmali Jnstt at the .main -'..entrance, where a t yenty-f cot wide J-f" :r"ge Iead3; up a slightly.;ir.clirrd' fcr to the levef of the V.$ driU itl; iizt the-front cnces7 ' the ;st!nvay leading to .tve'sec cr tc-" f':or.. JhU-dri!J,ih, I- --Sci-V.rectiy in the Renter cf tto. biiliia surrcur. .1 e J by the many cir.ee' cf c r.acr 3; the. assembly roomsi'of jthe1 varicus' com panies :and thtf pool -nhd billiard room that is to , be provijed for the men'. The. hall will be lCxlTa feet La size. It is jtwo stories jn height, extending to the r.oof.Above IV arpund the i'-cs of the second floor, ;will extend a til- JriT ' 1 1 " t i RumcKSavs Syndicate Is After :;ltJbBigllHeatqr? ivia-gSite-.K V- 7 (Governor ; Frear has; received ah - Of fer of 72700: for W& prbperty at Aafa, maiuiauu jrnuciu wm uie i?11 death through natural causes strong "J?!! Sff e Jy reconSelds ; l that the . license .to c icm, it-, ia euu, jjaiu. viiiy fouwv iur A?1 bSy ?gl5e5s?mei Chew Fong be revoked at the earliest wiiiif and the ' attention.! the y ,p pending deal iltastratea the re- Jocal toard-.ot -.medical examiners has voruion that ;ia,occuringrin real s-i JJJ JJ Jtf" Articular case -. tnn J!v? the Queen's hos- Mon cases ave f unshed other, iUus-. n Monday nIght reguU of ffiXtSf iX'v SSd iagw vthe subjecUfor sj.or Lodges property, and ored negotiations for y the k ,Catholic tA rX ry, tt0 Mission property :are also ta;pointiir 7 While atrflrst; thought some-niayfTR deem : the Aala "Park: locality unsuit; m- - . utrt.uZl, is.- are several considerations; making it appear quite -desirable for that pur poses It is ; central both to the rail way : andrapid - transit '.travel. ! S Be- sides being on the edge of one of the most densely -inhabited parts cf the town,- it Is at "the gate of both Nuu- anu1 and ' Kalihi svalleys; y with; their highly respectable populations 'fi-' culty and accept a mamland poaitidii.-i Prot,GUmore'a resignation -from ithelco!Pany H:, E. Cooper, today "gavelno intima tion that', the professor . had incurred the . displeasure of the : board of - re gents. He merely stated that he had received . a letter from 7 Gilmore, who irnow 6n, the coast, bringing word ot vsuis ru ur th paMenflers and crew of the steam the -offer made .by the University of Jma H-thi-.hi California. sidering the offer," said Judge Cooper; teamT .a rlyer boat on- the - Made Jtn -cM.tw.nH ftMtrtt, n if until waska - river, ?sankr: almost , without he has returned -here, and discussed; - It with the , board Jof jegenta.yHgex--: WVAv4-A 6 frrfk 1 AtMt 1 A WV1 flit ; Am 1 andlwlirnot resign from his position ? here until after. a..cOnrerence wf tn the local .college board.? J SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. llBar-iciai S8 analysis. 9s; 5?i dry Parity, i centaur Previous quotation, OsirSdVy v i ' I I - 't 1 lery t:n feet in width, w:.;;h : occupied X.2- spectators durlr. c. ticr.3 cr cthsr lara mt:t!--;:. seating. capacity f the drill z.: lery combined will be- between and" 5CCD.-::- 'r- - The second-story ra'.'rry r "l t area way leading to ths 1 the soc'-l hall .tat? v-l f:rr: -t?rtr';:-r-ta, tho-l. .rrv. " ' "d- -:n a -d 1.: : t for the "of the Iacal r G. A. Tw-and the C;an: 1 .. r . an 3'. These. apartments l;r. 3 t' cf the buildinsr cn. the grc-.:r.i i having plenty of window". fa- r. , :.!1 air and "sunlight, yi y. ' y, y - ... : The basement which 13 -to V 3 en tirely '.below the street lir.- cr 1 tv.i full' size , of the mala build:.--, vill jhave concrete floors,' and 1 3 to ! di- ; - ' j j q ,.;yyv7. f '-7y-.- v.;'' Vy: l I i - - ; 7- ' . ,. t ..u - . , Has Been : Practiticr, :r in . !:! Manifcr Twenty-five vff : ;';:; ";.:7Years '7. ' Chew For. g, a: focal Chinese herb doctor, may get himself in serious trou ble as a result of. the finding of a co roner's. Jury 7 impaneled by ; Coronet Charles, Rose which -body , of ; men Vino . rrtvrT1 a A J on fnrAet'f fri flrtr ' rf l ! xaivt?t I J after much deliberation ,was ta.: the I r UfJCLE SAM SUESy- y. f Special StaV-Bulletln Cable, '7 - '. NEW YORK, Nov. 14 The 5 States government a today .'began ;'suit against James; B. Hafl3inr receiver of the Anaconda Company to recover $2312,954. -yvthkhx-V It ; Tris: 4 Heg- a s a. 1 '. y l .t.. "Z? """'W "ZJ:l ELEVEN DIE IW VREGK y -,' f Associated . Press Cablel ,''-r'7 OTTAVVA,OnW7Nov. 14-EUyf n of J""?. and many wereh nt the crarnb(e-that;foHowed,yr " - """"IISBW T -. ;;-y- y, y t Special : Star-Bulletin CaWeJiAy : SAN FRANCfSCO; t NoV. t4.i-Col- onel Roosevelt's lead In this State creased slightly today, when the count gave him 'forty-three votes over; his rivals In the voting. ' The count wilt sooa be, finished. 3-; 7. 1: .;; i.. 7 I 1 i ! it J -yr. iJ .. : ' 7 : ...r raa..:. tl.3 ry. ...'1 be two stcri:? ia L.: r:'3, Lwatari:-, etc. ' C r all" v.-ill r. t'a . : ?' r 7 d gr. :ve, f 1. 1 ':: . " 3 : . ' -. v. ..vi.c y ,.; contractors dc'rir : t, . . and Ud3. likely wi.i t c..l opened dJriag tlie first t.. Dace rater. '; - ! -'" ' It la taped to - hive -tb flrdehed cr.J ready for oce rexfsumtarr cr r " 0 ve : ..a rpaty a e.Tect that the Chinese cams to I'.i deat'a, through natural ca':3C3, to v.-it. fcljcd pciaoning. The 'jury, however, allied that it reccmmer.de J that tba license; now held by Chaw Feng to practice medicine in thU Territery t? revoked, the saaao ha, via t t::a 7 ed up to. tha Territorial t e : : I cT health and the members cf tha tcerd of medical examiners. The Chinese patient 'who -p:.:;:i away at the hospital as a result frari a kick from a horse, su.Tered a t a dly fractured leg. 'The accident w3 f.r-t reported to the police October 2D. Oncers were summoned to the tome .of the Chinese and e!forts were made towards hla removal to a hospital. It Is alleged that the Chinese patient re fused to enter sueh an institution, pre ferring to remain at his home. : A Chew Fong, a local herb doctor who has been practicing in the islands for the past twenty-five years was called to attend the patient y Testimony ad duced at the inquest was to the effect that instead of -administering medi cines cr . taking any steps, whatsoeter t 7 -.' i V- A( Continued on- pass ' 3.T L0NGV0RTH DEFEATED :-.s t Associated Press cable 1 yvv ; CI NCI N N ATI, Ohio, : Nov. , 14-Con. gressman Nicholas Long worth, .son-in-law, of former President Roosevelt, who was 'a Candidate upon the re;u. lar Republican ticket to succeed him self, has - been defeated.- The. result of the official Count of the ballots was made' public 'this morning, and . gives Lehgworth'' successful. rival for con gressional : honors the lead by 93 votes.. '--V- ATTACKS U N I O il H E AD 77.'. 7 '.V .- .- - S. J. r-.'-' ylNOIANAPOLIS, iindiana;: Nbvl 14. Continuing his testimony ' today, Or tie E. McManigar,, self-confessed dyna miter ; Implicated President Ryan, bf the-. Structural. Iron Workers - and Bridge i Builders' Union. r McManigal declared .that Ryan had been in the habiV of personally directing . the ex plosion yplots; which resulted In the destruction of 1 property all over the country,'-! fr-ry--'-- . , Small const en mm nf tun r :wu h in-'tUnmenta of rir haW-ia offl-Jgcryed nineanft! wm nn t hoik of ' thA , frfrrh . i-Hwt w roccanlc lmer SieiTsU-that is to sail fort (the coast at noon Saturday.- . rt A U 1 rTTr,'r JV " " . . . W , t'7. ::o;: 1 t'.a cf" V 1 1 : n r . :y t ths c - - 1 tha r-;. -.-j c f tant3, h f-s diery. - , .- j c- are 1z:ki.' j n ) the 'trc:-J trs nei:ut;r.c ::3 cf 2 U.S. I.-. V;'- -1" A'- ' 1 It ' WACHI.'.':. , w , c. Lee'.ncLc.-;, tr: --.r: f Ctat?3. zr-i cr:; fr- ; ; fcoti:It't3p, h-3 t: -. r : : rati:n to t.u$ i r::id:-.t. It stoci tr;t t:j r.-.ovs v. :' j . ' causa-' cf fri:ti;n t';., ;:n t urer ani :;rt2ry !;;.': of the departmsnt. C. 7 : vate secretary to th 5 1: probably be his succr:::r. SULTAH READY TO SU:::i 1 4 Associated Press -CaV' J - "LONDON, Enjalnd, Njv. 14. It hi.-, been -efficiaiiy stated r:rs t: ;t Vm Porte is now ready to dial c - y.'y with his allied foes, and. wi!J r-; . : t ? advances made 'by ir.g Fera'l ct Bulgaria as' soon as poislili. n -.no ra te this. effect have been current f;r 43 hours; tut they'we r e - c o nfi rm : i this morning by. dispatches ta th For. eign Office. ' : ' i ML1BASSAD0R RESIG!!: .T 7f . : t Special Staf-Bull-tir4 CaM f . r.WASH I NGTON, D. C N : . 1 1. Ambassador Bryan,, dip! srrsa 'Jo r: sentative of the United Cta'.:; court'o! the Mikado, has terJ:- resignation to. the Presidert. It i lieved that Lars Anderson, at cr:::-.t minister .to Belgium, wil J5f app: 4 to' succeed him at Tokio." :V' . . o '"' y ' - Thelhter-Islind steatter Ka . i in port for ' the" semi-aor.L-al ov ing at the marine, railway.