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- Persia, Oct 24. Siberia. Oct 25. From Tan coat ert ; il l.:-t-.i .,, Makura, Nor.: aYV For YaneoivertV Niagara, .Nov. 4; M . I t V - I 1.1 I -- r r i II. I I i i I . i I . i I sv 1 r . Evening L'alleUn, Est 1882. No. 5681 Hawaiian Star, Vol. XXI. Na 721. 12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERUITORZ-OP HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCT. 2i; 1913.-12 PAGES PRICE FIVE CC2T3. I f r i I . i ii ." i sill ' ' . -..- " . . ' .. - - i. - - . - - ' - 1 3 ire Acting -".governor - Mott-Smith Cables For and Gets Va , cation Leave . 4 HIS HEALTH DEMAfibS V y RESPITE FROM WORK Will Saigon Saturday for Cali fornia Attcrney-ccncrd's Department. Affected , , , .:....r"';:-j. ; . Attorncy-feniral "V.V W. Thayer, will "be "Governor Tiayer" after next Sat- urday acd Tor a 'period, of. uncertain ; length.' v . , . k ; ' : .4 , v Actlcg Governor, and Secretary cf the Territory . E. A. llott-Smith will tall on .the Siberia next Saturday Tor . Eaa Francisco on a vacation trip ttat will extend at least tintii December S tnd possibly lor-ser. . ".. Followicg a lively exchatse. uf,"ca- tlegrarr.S . between . Honolulu '; "and : WasLiEcn,' D.- C, authorization" was , recfivej thla" norning ty Hr. iMott- " f. "'t!i for fc is vacation trip, Nearing ; a f :.. :.'er.l breakdown' as a result of lcr.-ccntiaued1 publio service and particularly the events of his last two years in cfflce.Ujrought to a climax Eir.te Ccverncr .Frear went', to " the : : ; i Wilson bT; Iffomince For Governor Wins ; Big Point and ; Confirmation is Prac- ' tically - Certain '.u -Fresidont Aotion l Special 8tarBulh:Un ' Cable .. , T ' Paci f ic Islands arid Porto jKicii lield a "lneetin tfiis morning and ordervd a i: favorable; report made , to th senate onv the noiiifnation of LE. Pmknam urn )(:, ,t lie orinin ittee was present. ; - ; . . - , , , ' r' ' r;V: ' ftaiator .John Sharj) AVilliaiiis of Mississippi wiis heard in (. ppcsi lion tb Pinkhaxu8 ron f i nn at ion, and a fter. the' commit j tw deciiietl to inake afavoiuW nominations Kenator llllaras announced t tat 'he wuld scarry i the fight , against' Wilson's nominee to ;th3 floor of the senate. ; " ' - v The confirmation of .Mr., PinWiarh tis now considered cer- HPWAS PCKEB BY PRESIDEOT ,WILSON-IJSED i am. , rresiueu i ;i son is insisy ng.on jea ny action. ; : ; , : t j f1; V--;:-v.-'- f ; , ..--o'' v "; j:-t i '.v WASHINGTON,' IV Cy' Oct; : S'l.L - Pinkhan nom nation was favorably reported on" this ' niornini. ; , ' l'. ; : . -i D TO VISIT - ... fuir-iis.iuyiiiuiifciifc MS m f '. .. ... . 1 ''-' ?;':lf: Witha view ta conferring wltb tne ;:.TbeV German cruiser Nurnberg, on-' lieais ,cC the : "i'aaar M'-PadSc-Exposi-her way from tbei Ailatlo-station vand r: tlonlwith ' rccaru-j.o --elUer ilAAll.prejsurnahly.-orderecf j tov ilexicaa rw'a- ; ' Hawaii's tilt f cxecatlTe after nxt. wiir le ..uiloweu ,:o exhibit exclusively terg f tecauae ; of iTr .theJtternational.i, f- itr cr;ri t'jil , ;-;or i lae. te "forced Hrctobl:sv-:thVXhi'eaitagswiUi -: i j t : nCiJ-'eiUc.iy tliexiajirurraiv.'iim"iiuhtfc rivK.'in"'JtIoii" tmcfurer- Ih VP. ;.Vc.odi i secretary;: ot ordin Jo :riei tecelved- fa table-; the. Promotion: Committee nd'Cliair- framjt6day by- K. - JIackfeld. Com'i mac of .the Uew.ali Fair, Cotmaisiloh, fan aoiT' originating at,4"tkohaJixa. ' " wIU deavefor San Francisco 4n tne-SI-T1ivNir,ha9:lbe stationed beria Saturday, returning. to Honolulu ln the 1 Orient lnce. aoon'fter going Mtae'steatoer.v-Acpaaylng: of , tV ood will be A. P. Taylor. thn local 3 47(; ton- 1Z m horpepower. engines e yayr iuuu, tt uW vu ou v capable of iHaliing; J3i knot3 . anv Francisco lo, assume . charge of the ii t f recenll installed branch,, or the .... .".r'Jl. .vVr"1" total of22.: The' Number la annef ... , . ,., . .... .... . ..... ... 1 ' -. ,t, I wltn II xour-incn guns ana heranna-i yv i. . ?. -v ' ,; . , there la opposition on the part of the' - j .,. J. : VJ -v; -'.L. TL-prYKTrilff ; . : - . - . . . - i 1 II'KI!L. HlI'lllllfN I til 1 mil If LUUEB.t - - - . ' " : - -" V - T . .. ' " - expositica onciais to our plana -to, s, waauIlt ln 190ft t the IniDer osc appointment as governor was PMnrrr nnnme mix mm to s a 11)111 III! ill I II B J.I I II I 11 I II ,- .-.' favorably reported by tne senate com mainland the secretary : cabled '' to .V Secretary cf the Interior Lane last Friday urgently requesting a brief re spite from official duties. Since then : cablegrams' have been flying back and forth and today came the permission. The series. of cable grama Is as fol . 1 o ws -' V : -' 4 v ' Wrl ; i : I "October 17. Secretary 1. Mott-SmlOi to the secretary of the Interior: r f. EeQuert prmlsslon to leaTe terri tory October return December S Territerlal affairs' will not suffer more than now.; I cannot further impair my bealth. Both Frear aad myself ab seot.sborf time;, no arm.: . - -'.y;VA - October , 17. . Dr.. George Herbert to sedretary', of the . Ulterior 'C' ' . As ' Mott-Smitli's . physician lmpera . Uie lie stop work and leave territory October 25 for" change. ' ' ', ; ' . ' ... October 17. Mott-Smlth to bovern- :cr, 'Frear:.-. . V' '-. v;. ': ; V See ,my; tbdaja cables , secretary In terlor. ,".... :: '; ; - -r w.;- y V Octpter ilire'a'.Kott-femlth r - Secretary decide job may - ga." Cn- ; derslandlng that Thayer wfll act for governor. Secritury i Hill - cnble per- , jAl.iion Scni committee meets to- -day concerning FinkUanu - V Mr. . Mott-$mithv received the final . cablegram this' morning with a "smile ; the betokened 5 it-waa good news, for :nlta: i : ; i v-. -.r ",.A"? M. have 'felt, the strain of the last v feW ' wee ks 'severely, and 1 intend' to 1 take a teal - vacation now he said. tfl.wbn't lid at bitt of business while . away. - ' i N "v . -v 'I Wilt Spond- Vacation : In California. fW He plans to spend the vacation In ar California- auto trip joining .Mrs. r Mott-Smith on. the coast, where she preceded; him sonie weeks ago.' v His ; plans, however, re Indefinite, and he (Continued on page eight) v ' t fiRON7P TABLETS. v H.: E. HENORICK, .'LT.D rhcne";2C IS, -Merchant &.Alakfca r c .nf,H f ,a -nr-ioeT.. Commander. MoeTsberger,IJeuUnant- with full power to act in any matter.-, commander puncker. Ueutenantfcom- said Wood this morning when discus- paer; iuna; ist ieutenanw Key. li sing his proposed trip. "I .bAve been?;;atonie V11 authorized to state to the exposition - Ti "; ''- -v heads that, if Hawaii is forced to di-5scv nwsna--.Count, -v von; .Ppec,:;--.; ,Vj vide her exhibits she will withdraw Fxenken; Chief Engineers Kleedehnj. - ; ; u -ter building. , I have . no ; doubt but;an.Bruhnsen; Paymaster' Hang. , , - ' what the official will acceed to the I A ; reception for the Nurnberg and a ); r i : wishes of the locas" commission. In J entertainment for her officers and ; ' r'- ;V" .. ; C v case they Io,T have been authorized men wui pronaoiy oe arrangea wun-j LAURENCE RED1NGTON. to direct the architect to advertise for-In the next few days, but as the news VOPrenondent with 1t Hawaii bids for the construction the buUd- was received only ftMs morning ing. 1 ' -j 'Vl i's ' -: Iplans have yet been made. .' ' - - ) .. -" .n Br,aae ' During his stay' on the mainland, ; V ' " 1 y j " IN MANEUVER CAMP NEAR Wood wUl go to Lea Angeles as a j Mrs. Alvira. C. Field, ' indicted for JONES'... RANCH HOUSE. Oct. 21, delegate of the Honolulu Chamber of selling, liquor without a license at 12:30 p. m, When three smoke bombs Commerce to participate in the exer-JWahiawa;.. on a federal reservation, rose ' skyward thl3 .morning at 9 clses, which are to be held in that was arraigned today.; , She entered a o'clock the Red and Blue . armle3 city ln celebration , of the opening of . plea" of not guilty and her . case was ceased hostilities and .a maneuver, the "giant aqueduct which Is to supply, continued .to . the call of the. next cal highly interesting from a practical the city with -water, light and power, endar'in federal court, iriss it wilt be standpoint, but productive of very lft He will also go to San Diego on busi)set for - trial. She was released on tie real fighting, came, to an end. ness. mutters. ? .- v. - . . U250 ball. .: . ' - f From noon yesterday the invading and --; defending forces had been in a state lot '. war and at times 'through , the night various:, points in the outpost lines were In contact but there was no extended engagement. j .': 1 The Reds,; numerically, were much weaker than the Blues, consisting , for the; most 0-part of advance cavalry whose mission it,was to har'asa the enemy on the front and flank. For that reason there was no concerted attack. Just before midnight a small -" - '- '("'. , (Continued on page three) ', :Ual..AU.I-j on mem ii i yaw w j V CC3 Leaders of Upper House Threaten To Use Force to Ccrr.p;! : Attendance of Hcglisent Members Resignation AU:r s native of Workc -; . wr-;'- ,v - - ' -. " i ii . . . . . ; -. ' ' ; 5 . ;i : . . 1 , Associated- Press Cable t : . - . WASHINGTON; O. Ch Oct 21-rThe leaders cf both parties are fin ing in an attempt to secure fuller attendance at con;rtti!onl t::: :n:. The attendance la so uncertain that often no quorums are ctta!rt!s ir.i no business can be transacted. Party leaders demand that th tzriM ab sentees elthor resign or goto work; They even threaten the uss cf fcrcs tj compel thelf attendance. ' . ; ' .'.'. , Sulzer's Election i Gbricedsci K ALBANY, Oct 21. The eaniliaey.cf William Cu!: d:;:::J governor, for the assembly on the Pfczrf ticket f:r ts tr:t t'i C trlct of New York Is ths chief tc?!c cf p...tical convemt::r hire. Zv: i his worst enemies concede that, ha is so peputar In this c';' strict t;t hs v.;:i be elected. Many 'believe that he will t'.ihz? be able ta ci'n ths t;:-:r. ship or deadlock the lejUIature. ' ' ' ? Firs t Eliz J Kics Chicago; TiTu'iic 1 ? -c, , i r:- "... : -! (Associated preu CaV.a) - j, CHICAGO, 111, Oct. 21 The first blizzard cf.thj ::::n lien, a and freezing weather striking Chicaro last r';ht. Tra:;; Ii c'r ::i heavy snowdrifts. One person Is dead and six Injured .-3 a r::. : ;f t blizzard. J. ; , . f-r-'v. r.?.'-- "'t -" A :-" vi! . ' - . ' -.- - : BERLIN ' Germany. Oct 21 Ccant 'Zizzi'. m. t r. . - zr 1 I their sons and a thousand officers cf thej arr - r ;i ravy t.::. the state funeral over the bodies of those'vvh3 prrisHii In t.s . week to ; the ' Zeppelin . dirigible L-11 oh her.trj.xl trip. . . J '-- f , ' ' ' - - Bl m - - 1 m -mm . we mx m m . m fortoia t esuvai to m er':Ul ."i-: V5 - v '"" :( Associated. PrM Cabll . . . ;. ' ; , SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Oct 2 The Porto la Festival fce;fn t:r:r row, with several days of gay festivities ptanned, Including a ti : vi mlng meet in which the. Hawaiian team is entered. Twa Hnexl di:::--'-ants of Vasco ; Nunez, the noted adventurer who .discovert d ths Pa::.';: Ocean in 1519, are present and wlIL 'be" featured; In. ths carnival . c:rr weitfea.)v'::;.KM .. 4 ;'. w . : v. . ; mmmmwmmiibsbsssiAvssbMsb t Associated. Freas Cablel . t ' . ' C ' RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Oct 2 1-fCoL Thecdore Roosevelt arrived here today on his South American trip. He will deliver a course of uni versity. lectures. H la arrival was the signal for unusual military honors. Rdbsevdt Reaches Brazil 850,000 TO Dt EXPMDEDflN FAIR BUILDING Sffi DQliGI v-5 r 1; 1 V"' - - s , j; - l- ? Rmiim tk. mM K-r Kn irflw. wnrlrpt Jn th 3rrinnmiiti anil artlnn rf th Mill EnalnMrt r AnvtnllAii! " From left to. right, : standino -S. T. Carr, secy J. E." Kennedy, H. McCubbin, Irwin Spalding, treas., James.Ogg, H. S. Truscott Seated Wi 6 tr Hall. jNe. Sheedy, chairman, E. Kopke and R.' R. Hind. Those not otherwise identified are members' of th mill engineers committee. Messray Halland 'Kopke served as t-mnorary'chajrmen of ther meetings."; -'U'i- -Hawaii's sugar Indus tiT will never; prosper. Hawaii is now - brought to die. ' Tariff bills may come and . go, reducing the tariff on sugar or taking If, bff. entirely, but ; the; industry, on these Islands, by making the most 'of face a. , grave problem, occurring' by reason - pt the tariff reduction "on su gar,1 but she "Will tfuccessfuilx aolve it by greater efficiency and economy. .V T engineers, expressed this - morning. They are now completing the last ses sion of their first annual convention, which "opened-. yesterday morning wben ' mnre than seventy engineers the Library. of Hawaii building.' .- . Before they convened . this morning they were taken on a. tour of inspect Hon : to the Inter-Island Steam ; Navi I Taking" Immediate Taction upon .the : receipt 'of a cablegram from Architect C. W. Dickey, "which was to the ef fect that the Hawaii building " at ' the PanamarPacific Exposition cannot be erected for $35,009 under the present completed plans, the r Hawaii Fair Commission, meeting in '.special ses sion at. the Prdmotion Committee this morning, adopted a resolution, where by not less than J50.000 of the money now in its hands will be used in the I construction of Hawaii's exhibit" pal- ace. The entire, committee which s ' composed of H. P. Wood, chairman ; John Hughes, John W'se; ; Jl? NT S, Williams and a E. TVrlght, was pres ent : :; . .: .... -:; ;; ' Following v tie recont ; critlclstf which accused -the commission cl spending, more money on the Haw at jbuilding than was advisable. Chair. - man Wood wrote to C. W. Dickey, thf architect who recently completed the 1 plans, asking him if, under, the" pres 1 ent plans the building could hot? be j f rected for $33,000 Instead of $50,000 '' as previously planned. The negative answer wus received- this morning by :J cable, and -Commissioner ..Williams of . i fered a resolntion whereby' the com- mission will expend no less than $50, 000 In; the construction. "vThe resolu tion was adopted' unanimously. J ; : y ; Chairman Wood offered another tin portant resolution ' when he moved that the .reqnest of the United Stater fair - commissioners, who V recen t!y passed through '--Honolulu ' and', who stated, to the local commissioners that Hawaii's exhibits would x h ave to bf divided,' be refused..' The'commlsslon ers? moved' that the chairman be up-' held In thl3 action, ar 3 thzt r-1 fir 9 t r" HAVA FOIiCffilE kit) . 1 1 t iiiLiili a That Hawaii - Is , brimful cf : the keenest kind of enthusiasm In antici pation of the 1914 Floral Parana and MldrWlnter ; Carnival, ; was the atat e ment made today. by James' D. .Dough erty director-general "of next year's celebration,, who- returned - ta llcno Iulu this morning Caf ur a - month'i ,lsit on the Big Island.'. The Hilo Poard tit Trade, whh hda taken u? the matter of the part which Hawaii is to. play In the Carnival, held , a f Continued on paga two) 1 of agriculture and manufactures. It is, believed by. the members cf th commission .that the fair officials wi'T stand; back of Hawaii in thli mov-' ment If ,they. demand ttat Hawai? divide her exhibits, however, the local commission win not sanction the erec tion' of a building for ti? territory. J. N.-a-Williams' cited, slr.ilir stance when he told of hl3 ' rec?" visit to England, saving that the Erlt Ish government had refused to sho v at the expesition for the rca3ca that demand halj b'eerti 'rr.aia upon It t3 fcatter. Its exhibits thrcuzh the Cl fcrepCexpositlon buildL.gs Tta cc mlssioners-; -' authorized ..;' Chalrma Wood to immediately, cancel tta con tract for: the Hawaii -builds? 'In ca. a division cf exhibits w; 3 drr..-:'. - Before adjonrninr. the cc"" '" appointed ' Will J. ' Ccr r - r c f : have charge of all r ' -':r ' Vertlalng" matter in tv .- I v ing, While Mrs. ,0-r. r v: matron cf the build! -. T . Sirs;-, Ccoper taro experience alcr. "'. t' Frrcl In th? V .