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HONOLULU STAtt-femiLETni, 36n6AY, NOV. 10, 1913.'
1 - MI'S 0"OSI Vill Quench That Thirst LooIifdMheTrcde-narK '.c jHHHHMNHEt "SHHHRBBIBBES9BBBffiBBr """SHBSSHHRBiBBH? ""HBRHIBMHMBHHinH Tl'EiM YEARS . AGO IS RUN OFF 1 HE SEA WHITE PWGUE BEING FOUGHT : -v. -v- fEDERSOLE HOr.iE BY SALE OF RED CROSS STAT.IPS (Continued from page one) .believed that an - additional supply . will bare to be sent for. The present campaign, launched this morning, will continue to and Include Friday. . The -stamps sell at the ,rate of cne cent , each and come in square of 100. As reported this noon, the sale thus far "vhas been heavy, and from alMndlca- Hons '' It appears that" a goodly por - tlon of the initial supply wlllce sold tefore the end of the week. J 7 , , v; : The city has been divided Into 30 ; districts, .with a committee, of seller m each district ; The committees fcl- Mrs. I OBlackman, Mrs. W. It Castle, Mrs. .A. Mackintosh; Mrs. A. :j. Gartenburg, Mrs. J. F. Morgan, Mrs. : F. E, otcere,MIss tJoold (the schools), Mrs.' E. ' D wight, Mrs. W. L. Bowers, Mrs. .A. G. M. Robertson,v the-Missea Ward, Mrs. C. W. Asbford,' Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Mrs. W. L. Whitney and Mrs. Jas. Judd, Mrs. P. E. It. Strauch, Mra . A. N.. Sinclair Mrs. It Hay6elden, Mrs. A. A., Perry, Mrs. D. P. McGre v'gor, Mrs. E. Mackenzie,1 Mrsl WH. ; " Babbitt 'Mrs. Jno.' Lane, ; Mrs. En Sue , Kong, Mrs. II. Webb. Mrs Nina L. , li. Fraser, - Mrs H. Auld,4 Mrs. Fred T, P. Waterhouse. ' Miss Ida, Pope, , Mrs. Nakulna, Mrs. IL W, Chamber- lain, Mrs. Edgar Henri ques. 4- : v . Those la charge of the work amons ' the army and navy people are: General, staff, - Mrs. -P. Funston; Schof ieid 'Barracks.1 Mrs. William D. v Beach. Mrs. Kennon,Mrs. Siurgess, - Mrs. Tayraan; Fort Sfcafter, Mrs. Francis H. French; . Fort Kamehame ha, Mrs. Taylor; Fort De Russy, Mrs. . Norris Stayton; Fort Ruger, Mrs. E. 'J. Tlmberlake; Fort .Armstrong, Mrs. i Myers, and Mrs. Cutts' Kaval Station, Mrs. C. B. T. Moore. .;: .The stamps can also be secured at the offices of the following planta tions: Honolulu, Oahu, Ewa, IVaia ' nae, Waialua, Kabuku, Laie, Waima ralo, Hauula, " . ' -. ' " Moving Picture to' Be Shown. '...'' Honolulu's theatrical houses hare Cpme to the front to help out the sale J arrred to show I Red Cross moving picture series all this . week. "v Three fllrj will be shown, one' each evening. and, "departing from their usual cus-J - (Continued from page one) ; (The Wasplte, on which the foot race reported below was arranged 20 years ago, "was a visitor to Honolulu near that time.) f-; : LONDON. Had the Germans In vaded the Solent , yesterday their- ar- i rival would have eansed no mort'ei- jcitement than did the approach of the Dpamso Araaoa xo uraxe wnen ne was playing his famous game . of bowls. ; There was an event of far greater ; interest . than a: fight? to England's (jackles at Portsmouth -yesterday. ; It was a' real sporting affair, and -took the shape or a foot race between no a tractive. Polica Note apements have arranged , to repeat the fjjms on Thursday, Friday 'and Satur- mnnttv fiitna ih Mt tht i . - rSri. r iSh LfpSStSJ ?n7in things. - It, is planning , admiraFand 'a captain, all -of which pictures aro both entertaining and in- or futnr vear- on rrf the iarRt s.MMtkA - .n iTi...u- - . - u vnuovu m wmw icfc4 ifligo uuuiuc- Aa ? fcooamg iacniue3 oi any city in tne requests from the tars of the home -r jcouniry, ana u tnese. pians are car- fleet for shore leave.;:, ried out it will have , a wonderful bar- f . Sons of the sea of all rank, from bor and shipping accommodations. No apprentices -i to the commander in city which 1 1 visited had such a fine chief of Portsmouth. Sir : Hedgworth sHin- rf parks and. boulevards. The MeuxV invaded the of flcera recreation j efivprnmpnt nf Spitt? fa rnt fraM M i nMi.i . u vtf n... 11,1. iai mr.mti Ah Hlng, proprietor of a restaurant itax people for public " improvements. match. which was arranged - as t far vr i, aV ;V rtVT- 1 fl?" amiia :J)uuun& just . compietea back ' as 1893, when the principals, kea street has reporti to the polrce thprc utiTt n f tim Wnniwnrth -ut i?. ..(v. tnowS rr,K t"-"'ffi buiIiInS in New. York In size, being rot and Captain Eric Back agreed to known, broke a front window of the 45 Btnrfo . - . . - 1ft.. premises. last night. He esUmates 42 -. ,1 ' tl8t. Pf058 n i 100 ard 8print Ma lnm nl ahrrnt till Khthln r ' nt "- . i : owj -ay years laier. v --' f-' value Ss reported' as mSsinV. C?iwg' was brief..! went almost ffcese unusual conditions appealed value Has been reported as missing. . directly ; to ; Columbia university, as to PverrbodyJand when the time came : ---v r ..-. .-;'-;v" the course :hd already begun there, yesterday Interest Vwas extraordinar- wanmepio Namokueha; va Hawai- ine suojeci upon wmcn 1 speciauxea 7 keen; '5 -.vfC-.-Jr . ian fisherman, aged about 45 years, this .summer was' tbe new ' movement , Captain Back;; who1' had the advaa wbo has for years resided In the vi- for religious education; the neglected tage of six years over his opponent, cinlty of the, rgold t mine" in Iwilei, naif of the church's -work, as-1 call their respecUve ages being 43 and 49, was suddenly stricken by illness and lt.Vl To my mind; the great change to was a slight favorite before the start, died In the arms of his brother last he. made in the life and growth at the after Sir Robert , had indulged in evening Deputy Sheriff Rose has in- church will be along lines developing :a preliminary ; canter up the track, vestlgated the matter but will In aU thorough, and systematic religious in- ODlnlons ia regard to the result were probability hold.no inquest, as death, structioa In every church, giving to it equally divided.; : - v. ' V is . reported to 1 have '. resulted from the- same recognition ana emphasis V Both got well away at the gunfire natural causes. "I am going to die": as we have. In -past , generations to an ran ,evjel tbTee of. the dis were the last words uttered by the preaching. In other words, it ; is ele- tanCe When- Cantain Back went to the fisherman as jV be dropPe4 . to thev ground near his home. 1 LOCAL Af.'D GENERAL I . Shoes of quality at Mclnerny Shoe Store, Fort above King St. :.;;-' Island turkeys, Easter and Calif or4 cla oysters at the Metropolitan mar ket for Thanksgiving. 14-f i of worship; the organization not only jtb f5! of graded course of ' instrucUon y; for1. ".TJ8 fte:15? 1 children and ; young people, with pro- listing of the winner's -time. 12 1-5 motiog.jmd graduation but of instruc'3 signal for a tremen tion to provide bourses for all classes in th in. the community, . with ' special em- - Both officers were the phasis on manuai training for; socS;PwmJ ?ceanon boardtheJVarspIte, service, v It is to show "the people W cheng ras ?TC what to do and how to do it lana accepieu tor rece vo w iuu uu ."After the summer school I. spent noma" Aa ta' 9ft Vmn latr. . There ' will y be a.r special meeting of the Woman's Guild of; St Clement's church tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 at-the rectory. i ' ; twotnonths on' the Maine coast, the . j summer: playground of the ' northeast, sewing rainsr as far east -'as Bar . Harbor. . W 1 ' : f mm J Th.cn : began my visitations. There .noiaer louajr. were very I few churche of the kind f . Admiral " Sir, Hed worth Meux was commander' of the 5 Warspite ' at. the time of the fwager and was stake- of Red Cross stamps.' The Bijou the ater find, the Hawaii theater have Kfnr-RnNf fin for TOPAT'S news Way I was particularly interested in, in -fJEGRO AHuESTED I .,f-(l:UI'AtJ HED CK0SS !J m session during the summer. : Jn fact, there, ara comparaUvely.fewin.:the u country, and the few churches that have under, way this broad form v of education do not- organize-' Until the first : part of October. - f r i 1 W5& 19 1 3 MERRY CHRISTMAS ASc:inGLAR;-vA: WOLEP AS HERO 'r-J- NEW- YORK. William Wedley. a One of the nearo. 4S vears , ld. who has spent most wioeiy Known cnurcn religious most of the last 2ft years in the peni educational InsUtutions to- be carried ' tentiary for burglary, was arrested on in connection witb the church is. Saturday t ih,is borne, 4256 , Lucky at Buffalo, N.-Y.". ',: ? " street, on other burglary charges, as Mr. . Ebersol? has . been asked': to a result of the fact that'a tailor had speak in Central ;. Union church Sun-! written : Wedlev'a name in. the linine Cy - morning, at which Itime he wiIl;of a coatsleew when Wedley sent 8&th v a system. .Tnay best" be . carried ouvy In Honolulu. '. ;. : . , . t . ,.(v Mfs." Arthur ; Murray, .wife of Gen. Murray,. will make a.risit to this city to, lr 'daughter, Mrs.' Ord Preston. 'dilting the late autumn,, but will return tto Fort "Mason, California, just before .; the holiday s. ' The marriage of .Miss he had stolen from" various West End . ' Sadie Murray f and Lieut IL Conger homes.- ";.: " '-: '' ' - ! Fratt,. U. S. A., will , take, place early . The negro - had been oyt on parole since February . 24, 1911, when he dis played such, heroism in fighting the flames which ( burned the state capi tol at Jeff erson City, i that por. H ad ley gave -him his liberty.; . -; " V In , Wedley's v home were quantities of-jewelry; silverware; and clothing ' Much of the mystery that rarrounda the sinking of the" White. SUr liner Titanic with 160Q of her passengers. on April 15. 1912. may be dispeiiea nj the discovery of a wreck.: believed to be part of the hulk vof the iU-starred vessel, standing . on end 'in the At lantic ocean . off the' Grand Banks of Newfoundland, practically In the spot where the.r disaster occurred. - cape. Remnant - of the- British steamship Luciilnev . which : recently7 arrived : at Philadelphia from Bordeaux reported sighting : the derelict :snd . the United States thydrographic pSce has t begun an . investigation to learn more about the' wreck. &;liy4'r 1 Should., the ; vessel- sighted, .bythe Luciline' prove - to . be the remains of the Titanic, the rstory of thJ: memora ble -wreck, should be rewritten. The fact that'after more tiai,a year'the hulk , stands. Tertlcally in the water, protruding eight: feet or more above the surface, .would indicate tnat a submerged ledge of rock had pre vented the' wreck from going to the bottom" of.; the sea If such a ' ledge exists-r-and evidences of one were re ported as-long, ago as 1723 then it-Is probable that ; the foundering of the Titanic was caused-by t the hidden bb sttruction ripping open t her . hull,, as much as by her cpnislod. with ; the iceberg: c It may i be that the frozen mountain . was anchored : In ; the? path or the blg.steamer by grbundins on the sunken "rocks. Should theie theories prove to be facts,-Captain Smith, who was In- command of the' Titanic and perished when, his Vessel went down, would be, absolved of the charge of lack 'of . irigUance." ' Damage suits against the ! International Mercantile Marine, based' on the disaster, would fall, ' leading admiralty lawyers say, ! for the same reason. ;. ?: . ' . , ! Captain Remnant of .the Luciline is inclined to believe that what he saw was the skeleton of the Titanic, or a part of. It He reported that in lati tude 39.40, longitude 48.19, he sighted a comparatively old Wreck, standing vertically in ; the . water, - with about eight feet; of its 'length ..extending above the : waves. The' Titanic went down in latitude 4L40, longitude 50.14. The wreck was covered with, a raarine growth of comparatively . recent for mation, tending to show that it had been In tjie water, little, mpre tban a year. ?-.;; r-:. . - The derelict? had the appearance. Captain Remnant saldr -of being held down by : anchors ixv shoal water and of : being buoyed . . up . by water-tight compartments. He, Is of the opinion ARE OUR ;V Thcrs Suits we arc ; ccllir should not bs -considered by pries denc. Wed ytzizt- you Tould . appr:i:s :thcxn at a hijlier cost if you didn't know their price. v : ' . . .. : ' :. h ' ' . "v - v. ; . - -; - : -..--. . -' Quality Standard ? '. ... . j , . . r' -: - Quality. buying not, quantity buy-; ic, rnakc3 it pbrsibls to supply rueli cuperb, nifty' up-to-the-minute Suits, THE TEST THE EI:5T THE f Because the prosecution cculd not Drove he had cashed or aided dir?'Pt- tnat'ttJis tne-rfcrwaro7 i part or- tne iy la-cashlns' a fo.-ged check, .James Titanic . which, , it was said, : split . In two just before it sank. ' . ' ; -; - Mariners say there Is every reason to credit the existence of a . submerged ledge of. rock at of near the spot wherei-the Titanic was destroed. ' On various occasions three different ob- A .il - M . . -- ' . 4 . sirucuons ci suca a cnaracter- nave been reported. : The position occupied by the - wreck , reported .by the master llardal, a Filipino, whs cleared of one forgery charge in Jadj Hobinscn's court fhl3 morning, the court direct ing" the Yerfilct of tRe Jury en motion cf Attornej Gebrgy A. Davis, counsel for the defense. Marclal li hot yet at liberty, however, being hsli on an other charge: of a similar nature, on which hewill be tiled, shortly.- . The only 'evidence against him in the new year. ft r - fj! N,' ' -JJ i '.'--ft.- r -.t V fltiC? ) fj'. x - F 1 sl a m . M .MM i ' i. A ' BUBBLING, effervescing glass of Armour's Grape Juice, . charged from a syphon bottle, has a "en and .sparkle that' doubles its naturally refreshing It Sparkle ! pure, undiluted. uusweetened Juice of the finest Concord grapes, retaining all the rich, natural flavor. -. qualities when days are hot, v . j Delightfully cooling plaln too, because it is the - V For sale at fountains; buffets and clubs, grocers ; and .' druggists, by the caseand by the bottle. Drop us a postal and we will send you a new book of graW Juice recipes ;great help In entertaining. FREE by icturn mail Just send us 'your name. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS. '"I guess" yoe got me dead to rights," he told Detectives Lawler and Reeves when they arrested him. "J . might as K well confess ; and pend the rest, of my' life' in the peniten tlary. ;v ",''': y. - Confesses' to Many Robberies. v ' f -Wedley. confessed ' to many robber ies - and - told j the ': police he ' had coni tnitted many. others. 2He promised to reveal the nam ; and addresses of his victims o4 fast as he could ' re member them.' -Those whose homes he remembered robbing were:- ; , Joseph E.:'. Ropelowitx, 58S7 1 Page boulevard,' Octi2; Edward Raithele, 1229 u Cuburban aveiiue, Sept 1 30; Charles S. Salisbury,- 6142 "Cabanne avenue; John W. Teasdale, 38 Kings- of the Luciline is remarkably close to were, the forged check . and another the pointy where breakers were seen 'piece of paper, on -which the. prisoner Dy nervagault m 1723, in latitude at the behest of .1 Tenncy Peck, 41.02, longitude 49.23. - Breakers were cashier of the First National Lank of again reported in the same-: spot In Ha wall, had scribbled ' the same' sis 1827 and in .1855. an obstruction,, con- nature several times for; the purpose sisting of three sunked rocks; with :cf. comparison with that attached to a' long ledge, was reported in latitude t the check.' It could vnot be proven 40.27, v longitude 49,06, The T.calcHla-j. that. Marcial had cashed check. . tlon of the position of the grave of j. ' '' o o - Al mil k. ' , . I a. m m ma " L . ioe iitamc, iauiuae .4i.4u, joagiiuue 50.14, as well: as those of the sunken rocks, are all approximate; and prob ably are the same spotT" " ' . Lieutenant Commander Landenber ger, United States hydrographer, said the matter, is one of tthe utmost Im portance. He asserted that . the gov ernment should dispatch a surveying Vessel to the scene of the disaster-, to establish or disprove afonce the ex istance of . the ; sunken ; ledge. The fact that an old wreck was seen there, he said," is "' an evidence that some such- menace 'to navigation exists in that part of the ocean. ';.V, : it is tnougnt that tne sunken rocasj DIGIICJLi 7 r- r m f- 4 i The Youn? Women's Cl:r!.::: soclatlon v,ill ho.Ye cti.r i c' V ' week services at the Ctrtrl I. lltthodlst . and C"arLstir.n chu. Wednesday evenir . at 1:2) o Th3 Young .Women's Chri:t:.::i . elation as well a3 the Your ; : Christian Association th!i v,-..'.: mmmu - Dick Sullivan, the well known local sporting man. was a returning passen ger on ,the Sierra this morning, after may be the pinnacles of mountains a Visit of several weeks duration in whose base is In the bed of the ocean, j San Francisco. -. ' ; r . Geographers assert that Vguch peaks " While In the coast metropolis Sulli exist in both' the 'Atlantic and Pacific ! van : had several interviews, with burr, and George HobHtzelle,i4429;Vyc1?-; w t we revuiflera;i r-. promineiit ; rorms men wete m re- er pIace,ton thenight 'of "'t-i19' J. i were iorui?4f. Westminster Sept ; 22: A?5i.:. . . -.'K ' .. Three weeks after Wedley "was pa roled by Gov. Hdleyhe was discov ered in; the residence of E. S. Smith, 4505 Berlin avenue, with a kit of bur glar's .. tools beside. Jlim. , He told the police he was passing'; the house and saw a . burglar at work. He ' wanted to catch the burglrhe said, and entered the house. The police held him,' but he was acquitted . of the charge.-- ' : V.. . ' Always Allayed Suspicion. For several months patrolmen have been meeting ? Wedley at' late - hours, but' ne invariably' convinced them he was , wprking as porter . in various saloons, . Investigation showed he was doing sach work. Mildred Thomas,. 14 years .old. a negro '' girl' wbo .', said she .was s Wed ley's housekeeper,', was wearing a gold- locaet stolen rrom tne Kaitnei nomt when Wedley, was arrested re cently. The jewelry, clothing- and silverware stolen from several homes were found in several suitcases. The police also found; a ). "jimmy and a revolver. ; - Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gibson-will come to.' Washington shortly for thp winter., , Mr. uibson, who has been spending some time in New York at the . Vanderbilt hotel, has now gone to Sagamore lodge. Racquet lake, N. Y.. to be the guest of Alfred G. Vanderbilt for a few days before -- joining' Mrs. Gibson in Boston and returning to this city. r - ' - STAB-BITLLKTIK . GITES TOU TODAY'S HEWS TODAY. by " coral insects and '. in other ways, with the summit ,' pf. a ' submarine mountain as the nucleus. ''t w.'' gard. to Mother, race between a Hon olulu ere w . and one from California. He . had conversation with ; EL B. Thorning, who came here in 1912 as manager of the Alameda crew, and several others. . . r '- " . At the present time, the , Alameda Rowing . Club holds the' trophy em blematic cf the six-oared barge -chani- Mrs. Edward Murphy, Jr . of Troy, N. . announces the engagement of her ? youngest daughter, Helen Mur phy, to "John : Norrfs Miller of ' New York city. : miss Murpny is a . daugn- pionshlp nof the Pacific, .won here in ter of the late United States Senator 1912. ; . ' V- v ; ; ; . . Murphy, f Mr. Miller Is a son of Mrs. :. Thorning, according " to Sullivan, W. J, Miller of Washington, D."C:a gald that the event had been over graduate of Princeton and a member inrirdWhU ut :tucm. but that in of the lays firm of Hornblower, Miller the coming spring -steps would-" be roifer, ix. x. tie . Deiongs tp ine j taken to cecrde the , coast champion Racquet and Tennis, ; Manhattan and J 8bip, go that a challenger would be Princetonj;clubs Owing to Miss j rciu,y to "defend against any J crew Murphr betog .in mourning the wed- Honolulu might send'ttp.. A. B. amg wiu oe umiiea to tne immeaiate'Kron 0f the Healanis, accom ia mines .ol ine urwa , ana. groom . sua probably will take place In November. with all association tl-rou:';: .:t world la the ohocrvar.es cf tl ' of prayer, November 3 to 1Z. . Mrs.1 Doremu3 Scuid:r- v ill charge of the service at th C Union Church, Miss Malcl r will lead the devotional. Dr. C. : wCl tell of tho.Intcrnat!or.:l Y. C. A. wojk, Mrs. Locals will t the place of Y. W. C. A.'s la cc:: Mrs. Harmon -Hendrick will t:'.! city work, in general a3 well a l thing cf the Jocal work. Cr-dil r will be In charge of MI33 Tapper, physical director of the local a;v tlon. The Methodist ; proran wiU t rected by Mrs. O. Walker, llizs U. tella Barnes, the .eco-cmlc s:.cr:: will tell of the "Association In C of Our Country: What the Y. Y.-C. accomplishes in colleges 'will tc by Miss Sadie E. Barrett. Mrs. .: McTaggart will Interest in "The Y. C A. in Other Land3. ."Our V.'cr Motto, will be spoken of by Mrs. Y ker.--Special association son 33 ar? be sung. ! Miss I Keeff.will sirs " J Bit of Love. Miss Esther M. Erickson will i thi service at the Christian Ch :: also ..will 'tell something of the ir. national Association work, Mrs. C. Goodknlght . will speak' on.-city v. -and Mrs., Paul Super on College Y. C. AT The association songs wj'1 : sung. The special music - by I.' Elizabeth Jlopper, on the violin t Miss Alice Hopper the 'cello, will a to the enjoyment of the program. .These, services are open to all, t' men and women, and it is hoped t'. . the friends of the association mak a special effort to be present. - The - regular board of dire ex.-. meeting will be held Tuesday morn ing, at which time the directors will observe the week of prayer. At th 3 time there will be. very. interesting re ports of the- progress of the assocli tion along the t educational lines, thli opening of the second year in educa tional work proving more successful even than had at first been expeclcl This. Set for f $4.50 r - - m is, accompanied Sullivan on several of these calls. ' , V Sullivan saw the. Portola swimming meet and said that with the exception of the relay race there was little real Interest in the events. The Duke was conceded all the races that . he took part in, he said, r "and . he won them all without 1 extending himself. The relay race, though was the most exciting, s wimmlng race I have ever seen. 4 1 v;:;T ?v A.'iv.-":--;V, ;;r -; ' Sullivan : said that ' he Jiad - no ar rangements " with - coast fighters to come to Honolulu, - as the men up there wanted far.. too much to make the trip. y':yy r-0-y.: . 'S ; CARDD OP THAXKS i Removed to 1125 Port St, ". : Phone 4344. The wlf 3 and family of v the : late i Manuel D. Abreu v desire to express I their appreciation "of thei kind sympa thy: and helpof their many friends. advertisement y- -- ::- - if . vJw. ... t :ii:i.im Frtc Hoaelala's Largest Z:'. :"--- Oolhia; t::rt (Tirs Accost Ist!' T. ecily and .. - -; ". , rajrrrrtj,-