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From 8. F.t Siberia, Sept 1. Fr 8.F.I - Cblyo Mam, Aug. 28. From YaaeouTeri Niagara, Sept. 10. " Fer YancovTtri Maraxna, Sept. 9. ( 0 r t v.: ,1 ' Evening Bulletin, Est. 1882, No. CC34. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX, No. 6674. 12 PACIES-HONOLCLU, TERRITORYOF , HAWAII, ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1913. -12 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENT Rffl 8'8LBEBSM::: 1 TOD I II i I PQLQ AS T IT 1 ' . C : : ' 1 coujnsj 'pony put A OiriTy oHf ovefc oh , ; V'VTCAM.MATVwHNne MADE THAT COAL FOG - J1: .A ': Decision to Start All Enlisted Men of 2d Foot in Class EL Proves Unpopular v COLONEL FrInCH MAKES V UNSATISFACTORY ORDER New Department Regulation Will Call for Protests from f Rank and File - : i do men oi tne zaa mrantry are ':. ""up in toe Air" orer a decision reach ed yesterday by Colonel French and his officer, relative to the classifica tion of enlisted men under he new order, and officers not connectedwith the regiment, while..' very guarded In .their criticism, say that they fail to understand the ruling -which diecrlm inates against the men of the Second . Foot ; . - .'. .., Two wteks ago General Funston promulgated a plan whereby the men cf tbe Oahu garrison were to be di vided into Classes A, 13 and C, the firsit class being specially privileged to leave post at any time, and to be ex cused from certain military duties, the tecocd to leave post only on pass, and tie third not to be permitted to leave pest at any time. The order was Is sued a day or so ago, the regimental commanders be!ns expected to see to the division of "ti e sheep from the goats." Yesterday af'.'rr.oon' the command ing officer at l tit Ehafter called all orgar.i: ".tlo3 con.: :ar.de rs together at ,2 o'clctk, to dlfri 3 the plan,-wlth a view tj cttalrlr uniformity In put ting its rrovlricns Into effect After a lengthy d'.jcurslcn, tie officers unani mously r "tc " i Cat all men should be : put ia Ci-cs B, and promoted or de-i irctcJ from that class, and It was so ' ordered. . . : .. ." - ' n works. an Indlfputable i f f Fertlng worth and , rcw. J, -who are unques .'ilf J to " Class A rating, : lant privileges. It Is re are many "privates Af ftp. R2ANK" BALDWIN 6 UP OH Tnfc ! j V - S ' jUI f(j. ? I EVf TM6 jAPWJES STASlE BO eAU-.iTNEVER AMV j XC ; V'j-iJ V;; ;' v 1W jOVFUl.Wf N AT LAST THE. ; . - . ; - . ; ' " .. v. ;' , : ; ,', ; , ' - , ' iirinn i njiiipn - HIUL LLrtVLU lUUUL ..LIU I UrtlU S.S.Paxson is Lliro of an Cccar2 Iiomance ;i f t... - hai.. ur.ll: . tiuJ and r.occ::.:: .sioned .officers in the 2nd wLo haven't a mark' against their records, tni that to deny them the adied rrivileges cf Class A U an ln ' Justice. It is Eegregatlon, not classi . ficLtion, say soldiers, and as such is not carrjing out-either the spirit or the letter of General Funston's ordert It Is not unlike: that the depart ment commander will Interfere if this . wholesale round-up of Class B Is made in the 2d Infantry. Jn another In stance, a regimental commander who announced that all his men were good enough for Class A, was given to un derstand that more Judgment would have to be used In classification, as otherwise the plan would defeat ; Its own ends. s The announcement yesterday that Class A men would likely be permit ' ted to wear civilian clothes on occa sion, is another thorn In the sides of the responsible and well-behaved ele ment in the 2d who see themselves de barred from this privilege, for a time at any rate, by the sweeping Class B classification. . . rrp- ki, ZSSTflB lOHf PI1CV liUU 1 ER I'ILLISI Mf CllilHOES ,nnn !UUUL..U1 D;;;;si 01 1 iiESI SET ILL IS Senate Clerk Says He Cannot Parcel Post' Committee Report Is Adoptee! by the" Art , iCIuLi S. S. Paxson, who' fell 'a tlctlra to rnpid's dart while on trip across the Pacific. .... - -. - AS IKIi Fred'L Valdron Finally Is In . duced to Accept the Re :. - sponsibiiity . Former Governor George R. Car ter, president of the Honolulu cham ber of commerce, will be asked to de liver the opening address at the sec (ond annual convention of. the civic and commercial organizations of the territory, which convenes In this city September - 22. This decision was reached by the joint committee on arrangements at a meeting this morn ing In the rooms of the chamber , of commerce. The committee further voted to ask Dr. Harold B.. Elliot of IIllo to respond to Mr.. Carter's ad dress. ; '- . Humorous . complications arose at the meeting thla morning when C. C von Hamm, who has been acting as temporary chairman of the commit tee, informed the members that, on account of pressing business affairs, it would be necessary for him to re sign. As the entire committee was (Continued on page four) H. E. HENDR1CK, LTD. Merchant and ' Alakea : , . - . - . . . Telephone 2648 PRETTY NURSE AND DAN CUPID CAPTURE HEART OF HONOLULAN S. ' S. Paxson,' former manager of the Singer Sewing Machine agency here, has won the heart of an Oak land nurse, according to ; the San Francisco Examiner of August 19, and kthe wedding presumably ' took place on the evening of August 23. The Examiner, under - the .headline: "Hawaiian Planter to . Wed Pretty Nurse"; Romance Begun on Ocean Vacatipn Trip," publishes the' fpllowr ing: ' '., - ': - -V : .. : :' "Aftor Sumner S. Paxson of Ho nolulu, member of the ; Hawaiian house of representatives, wealthy planter and clubman, convinced Miss Esther Kelly, pretty municipal nurse of Oakland, that he would make a good husband, Miss Kelly said that he w-buld have to convince her moth er that he was as nice as she thought him. - ' : . - ; . .- "Paxson took her at her word and arrived In Oakland shortly afterwards. That he succeeded in Impressing Mrs. Kelly was proved yesterday when it was announced - that ' the wedding would take place Saturday evening. "The romance began on shipboard and ripened during the summer vaca tion in Hawaii a year ago. They met aboard the steamship Mongolia, 'out ward bound from San Francisco. Miss Kelly was accompanied by Miss Ger trude Courtright, superintendent of an Oakland sanatorium, , She Had a Good Time. V ' "'It all began right then, smilingly admits the charming bride-to-be, 'but i Wait Indefinitely for Coke dvo Press Complaint ; : 5 After ten days of waiting" for Sen-1 "I don't care what you say orwhat ator Coke's charges against him to may be proposed In other lines, Duke be pressed, John H. Wise, clerk of Kahanamoku 1 is the greatest advertis Ihe senate, left' this morning on thej Ing medium that Hawaii has today." Mauna Kea for Wairaea, Hawaii, to This Is the opinion or Director J. D. lesurae his managership of a home- Dougherty of the mid-winter carnival, stead project. Wise was at Waimea -who gave a brief and very interesting when news reached him that Senator talk at today's meeting of the Hono Coke had charged him with grafting lulu Ad Club, v V ; 4 !. In connection with the comtilation of "Everyone knows Ouke. It is Te the senate Journal, and he came imme- rr.arkable- the people who talk to you diately to Honolulu to answer the of the-world's greatest swimmer, "when charges. ' - : they learn you are from Hawaii, They "I have been here, for ten days to have, coma to know, Hawaii through tnswer everything that Senator Coke, their .reading of his. great swimming raid, and I have done so," said Wise feats,", said Dougherty. "And the boys tween SODSf wnen toid that the young "-"o- - . v.. . "-""'.man wouiu oe reiurnea o me iar easx iLCiii mi uib Luiumiui iu luc buu-uu.- uijr. w id cut. riwiuotu ivuuuticu lucur jjj CUStOdy Of Chief UCUUffie. ' Ar letin ana i zurtner siaiea inai i neiu selves in a manner mac is an ever myself ready to answer anything elso lasting credit to the town and the ter In connection with the. matter. - ritory. I walked down Market street "I have been ready to go before tne cne day with -the Duke and one or territorial grand. Jury if that bodr two cf the boys, and the party with ihould wish to take the matter up, but Duke was the center of attraction all I cannot learn that it Intends to in- along the line. , . I . tell you we have the material for one of the greatest carnival weeks TOACdii w liUiiiL woman insists mat r.ianiicp- ; resented HimccIf:To .Do a Wealthy FilipinoT- Gravity of Sitn x : on , Afl m i tt z c VAttitndo T2rJzzz Public Cwtc: s ITcccccary " TralPrc-3uro Z2cl: 1 On To Clear Vay to I?cco -:' ..";.. '. ,' AMOciated Press Catle WASHINGTON, D. Aujust 27. Before the houses cf C:r;: sembled in joint and solemn session today, President Woodrow i the first message on foreign affairs that has been personally c! Congress since Washington was the president of the united Cti'.: The gravity of the Mexican situation, the failure of Line's r- accomplish what was hoped for It, the dan;;r to American li.rs i-.! erty In the troubled republic to the south, called forth the special r- whlch was heard with great solemnity. "SITUATION STEADILY WORSE" V ' In his message, President Wilson declared that the situ at! :n r-? and Is steadily growing worse. He says that it has now r::. where it Is incompatible with civilized development, with t: ; of international obligations, and with the maintenance cf t;!;r; . and economic conditions in the sister republic. EXPLAINS LIND'S MISSION. The president went Into details In explanation cf.t.ui -personal representative and envoy to Cen. Huerta, ex-C; of Minnesota. " : He said that Lind had asked for the Immediate zrrz-, -- t armistice between the warring forces, and for ths asi. t t . presidential election would be called, at which Hu:rta v. : .'J r .t d I date for the presidency. Part of the assurances that Lind asked w:i t.v.;t t'l p;rt : : i : by the result cf the election. IHuerta's refusal to accede to the plan crnvryti to ; : ' made a public statement necessary cf Ore! Ca.-i'a ' f ::';, . went on. That Folicy, declared the pres:rt r.u:i i "d : tion and no partisanship." All'Americar j .;.: 1 tj i..-- : and the policy of the United States will be to pr:' ::t t to leave.. Uncle Sam will also refuse to sar.:ti:n t ; t to either side. The friendly offer of mediation Is to be repiatii. f; :-. he is relying upon the "steady pressure cf moral f:r;j L the barriers cf prejudice and pride.' Taking up Huerta's answer, It is ttzlzi th't H - r Llnd's : su-;;stbns saucily dsctareJ tu '.Vi:.-n. cvr cft!u-'---, TdU.it his r': v:rs K-.-r,:. : Huerta .s--jiteJ as an c'.t.rnita plin that America ':' arr.!r---;dcr, thcu!d, "r::;-;2e' Hui;ta and ttrictly ?r:::rv3 r Mrs. Carlos Roberto de Sanches, the petite companion of Sanchez, alias Rosario, who Is held in. detention here awaiting tbe departure of the Pacific Mail liner Siberia, for Shanghai, where ther young Eurasian declares he is willing to face his accusers who al lege embezzlement and forgery, held a conference covering a Deriod of an tour or more with the man who she claims a3 husband, at the office of Chief of Detectives 5 McDuffle this morning. ; -;-;. ' " "I will accompany Carlos to Shang hai," admitted the little '. woman be- veetlgate Senator Cokes complaint, and I am going back to the work I dropped. rangements have been made for my passage in the Siberia I have many friends in that city and along the Chi- j na . coast, who I do hope have not learned or tne present dimcuities m which Carlos has become Involved. The woman Insists that' Rosario re presented himself as a wealthy Fili pino, though she admitted this morn that has , ever been known. I cant lng that before he proposed marriage ' What I said has been upheld by make public my plans now, because the facta that , came out after the charges were made. William J. Coel- ho's statement, showing that I had to I don't known how far the people here are willing to go in carrying: out the program. But I can say this . much. pay a large amount of money for If the people of the city and the oth proof-reading in addition to the $150 er islands wilt give ua as much money paid .to Mshel, confirms my reply, as they gave last year, we can .put Senator Brown says there's nothing on a magnificent carnival week, with In the charges, and there seems to something doing , all the time; well be no disposition to bring them to do it all and nave i,500 to hand' over the proof.' ; to the next year's committee to work "t. shall be at Walmea for a num-, with. This of course with the one ber of weeks, and will answer any proviso of. wind and weather permit further charge, or any legitimate ques-'ting." : -. i tion regarding my work. : Until I re- j. At the close of Mr. Dougherty's talk turn I do not expect to pay any more the Ad Club on motion of Mr. Child attention to these complaints unless voted unanimously that "Every mem- they contain more than they have so ber of tne Honolulu Ad Club be and iar." ; - j hereby is appointed a committee of Senator Coke, for his part, having one to boost, the Mid-Winter. Carnival made his charges openly and emphat- of 1914, and asstet Mr. Dougherty." Ically, and since then repeatedly back-! Much business was' done at today's he had told her much concerning his past life while a resident of Macao. Easy Sailing for McDuffie. McDuffie is . In hopes that he will have no difficulty in turning over his man to the authorities at the Interna tional Settlement at ' Shanghai. In taking his departure in the Siberia Tuesday morning, McDuffie will prob ably continue with that Vessel until reaching Nagasaki, Japan. The Si beria omits a call at Shanghai on the outward voyage and for that reason the officer believes that it will be best to transfer his prisoner to one of the many Japanese or other foreign coast ers that daily ply between Nagasaki and Shanghai. ; . - . The local officers are Inclined to favor Rosario to aa extent that he be permitted to receive visits from the little woman who still clings to him fFIidv;; yins ;icL. i-: :j Go I:i Tr:. rv 9 to L e:: 5 y sr i .. '.! a. , ; , . Aasoclated Preaa Cable SHER3R00KE, Quebec, Au;ust 27. Harry K. Thaw and won an important legal victory today. Justice Giobensky this morning refused to Fermit V;;!'a-i ome, the attorney representing the stats of New York, to ir.t case. He decided that Thaw ."may remain in jail dsflnitely with according to law." ; ' , . i Inasmuch as the commitment charging that Thaw was an vict from Matteawan penitentiary Is admittedly faulty, the dsc victory for Thaw. , The crowds cheered Thaw wildly ard th bowed with flushed cheeks and shining eyes. The judje I at ihe scene as the most disgraceful he ever witnessed. Yuan Called on to An3v:2r '. ' . : Associated Press Cable PEKING, China, August 27 The city Is under martial law, and frequent arrests and number of summary executions, have led the p merit to ask President Yuan Shih-Kai whether he desires to rule w k.s. assistance. President Yuan has replied. that he Is Ignorant cf the arr: and will investigate. , , Caminetti Trial Beiin : '.. Associated Press Cable .. SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Aug. 27. The trial of Drew Caminetti, t of the commissioner-general of immigration, on virtually the same ch:.-. as those that ended In the conviction of Maury -I.' Diggs,' began toiay the federal court. The jury includes Ben Dibblee, the former Harvard f ; ball captain, and Francis Carolan, the millionaire polo player. ; . ed them up. will probably not take luncheon of the Ad Club. The mem- de8pIte an the trouble and notoriety 'T-T-''TWBltlt-liu followed their arrival at Ho nolulu. . .'. - , y '- They came and took everything of value I had. .They took the dia mond ring he gave me, and everything else I valued," cried Mrs. Sanchez. Yesterday, after the local police had a cable from Shanghai ask- i ing that Sanchez be returned, an offi- No. 55', on the'eer of the force called on the bride oi furnished Wei- the prisoner, and when he left, she any further action. There are. the facts that I have stated," he says. . "I showed the waste of money, and what I consider the Juggiing.iof j:uds. , I stand by CTRCCT OAR TIRFQ whof T aaM ' T A nr,ra hnv: (lia . vlllLkl . IlilUO matter is taken up, but I do not con sider that there is any further action for me to take now." . - " C. J. MAJOR DEFEATS O'DOWDA AND WILL (Continued on page two) OF CONTINUOUS TRIP ALONG KING STREET, reived - f T MolW AiAn't .11 In Imu nltti fVild i con j uiuu tail ivia mui una i . i -.?T . c m n a -. i . John ODowda, 6-3, 6-3. 6JT " ; I The match was a marathon, ODow u -wuuu.. . u d making the visitor extend himself .e showed s girls such a gc tlme. of the belng .i t 7 VTi a t i.i i won after long rallies. It was played that T immediately decided Id like at the Beretanla courts at 10 o'clock, to go backagain. v . . Major will play against Izard at the " By the time our little vacation was Pacific courts at 4:15 this afternoon, over I. had come to love" hlra very. This looks like the best match of the much Indeed, and when he asked me tournament to date." . to marry him, I said I would if he j ; m mm ' '"' ; could convince my mother that he j ' P. Agustus Heintz, the copper mag was a nice a man as I knew him to'nate, has been ; sued for more than 'a million dollars by, Edwin Gould and William Nelson Cromwell. : . ; - Rapid Transit Car Kalihi-Waikiki ; run. ; come excitement for noonday crowds says, he had all her valuables, lnclud- hv ?nlnr nff th. irftrV ait'Aiotoa . "nfl In a larce diamond rine. : the rift t , PLAY IZARD TODAY i King streets shortly before 1 o'clock' her' from Sanches before they were ; '..i "'-v.'- - i today. The front trucks of the long married. ; " . . C. J. Major, the eastern tennis car took the closed Alakea switch 1 r "Why did they take that! That was crack, who recently took up his resi- and continued on King street all' right mine. . It was given me, 'and has dence In Hilo, .won his first match in but the switch opened a little and nothing to do with this money he is the Hawaiian tennis championship the rear trucks somehow managed to accused of stealing. I will never see tournament this morning, defeating get on the Emma street line and the ring again that is sure. If I had start up Alakea. . - , . , tnougnt . tney would . have : taken it . The car was stopped half on one fromme, I would have hid it in some line and half on the other. Attempts biding place and never have told them to get the rear trucks back to King where It was. But it is too late now," street resulted in running thera oft sobbed the little Russian bride. (Continued on page four) the rails altogether. ' Traffic was held up and a crowd gathered. The Em ma and King street cars continued carrying passengers by running to the - Alakea corner, and C then , turning back on each side of the stationary car. -; ; " '. . '--f. . .? : . The car was finally.- maneuvered back on the track and traffic proceed ed after a delay of half an hour. The young bride is attempting to make cable arrangements for her re turn to Kobe. She hopes to be able to sail for that port the first of the week, and If .she does she will prob ably resume the job which she gave up to marry. "When I married I didn't think 1 would have to do any more work. But I was mistaken. ECKART BARELY MS INJURY I0LMSMA5H Special Star-Bulletin WlrelewJ HILO, August 27, a F.' Eck- 8 art, the new manager of Olaa a n plantation, had a narrow , escape a a from very serious injury y ester- a u day, when he struck a motor a a car with his auto near Olaa. a a There was no Injury except to a a the vehicles i : ' , a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa today's z;.i: LEAGUE TiZjUl'.. RICE: CROP THREATENED s (Special cable to the Japanese ' . Chronicle.) TOKIO, Japan, August 23. A light ning - storm, accompanied by strong winds and -heavy rains, Is sweeping over the country, and much fear Is being felt for the safety of the rice crops. Other damage is reported through the flooding of rivers. REBELS DRIVEN BACK ; (Special cable to the Nippu JijL)) TOKIO, Japan. August 26. After weeks of stubborn fighting the rebel forces at Nanking have been driven from the city by the federals, accord- XATIOXAL LEAGUE At Brooklyn Ch lea r o 3, Eroolljn C. At 'ew York Cincinnati 5, Ae York 1. At Philadelphia W'SL' toal i:, PhlUdelphla 4. - ; r -Xo games in American League. committee' will ; ' recommend lease on the playground The road committee of the super visors will - recommend In a report to the board at its next meeting dat a lease for one year be entered into with the Bishop estate; for the prop erty known-as the Beretanla street playgrounds,, it was learned today. The question of whether the city and county should lease or purchase this property came up at a meeting of the board three weeks ago when Spencer Bowen, representing the playgrounds, appeared and urged that the super visors either buy outright or obtain by lease the property that the play ground work may continue there. The matter was referred to the roads com mittee which will report out recom mending that a lease for a year be entered into with the Bishop estate. Ing to a cablegram' received here to day from Shanghai. Martial law i? being enforced by the . federals and the city is quiet.