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Tenyo Mam Dec. 22. Ventura, Dec. 22. For , K.i Hongkong Manx. 20. From Yaneoavrrt Mrma, Dec. 21. For Yanrtavers Makura, Dec 30. 3 20 I'AUES-HOXOLULi:, TEKMTOIIY OF HAWAII, l-'lUDAY. IK( ID, 191S.20 PAGES PBICE PIVB CENT I'venlng Bulletin. KsL 1K82. No ...M. ijn..n(Un vi w i r.rri CHANGES IN FRANCHISE BILL HHOWM Report from San Francisco of 'Ehtire.New Dear Are Dis credited Here ; LOCAL OFFICIALS HAVE HEARD, OF NO REVISION Say i Pres. Peck Woulct Have Communicated with TRfem Had Anything Import-? v ant Come Up v , Rapid .Transit officials in Honolulu ' are entirely certain that no radical or i-. V even Important change has been brought up for the franchise extension ,T i Lilt now before Congress. A wireless dispatch to the Adver - User last night, stating that President 1 Ttnney Peck of the company, be fore ' sailing for Honolulu, had . said Ibac "an entire new deal was,- under' , ;wayV is not credited by local official J: of the, company, who say that an ob rlous mistake -has been made In in terpreting what was probably Presl XK V i dent ck' real ' statement (ty - r The dispatch said: :. "" r t' 'L. Tenney Peck, president of the "v Honolulu Rapid Transit', and Land Company, sailed for IJonoIula oil the . ' st tamer Mongolia today; He reported ihat the Rapid Transit franchise ex t nsioa bill is V progressing Jn." Con gress.' but that an entire tew deal vaJ under way,, as Honolulu munici pality will eventually own the system. ; 12ach fare paid . now be said, . partly goes to pay; for; the " system. A sink Ing fund is to be raised by the. munlc- lpamy 10 iako ow. ' - t ; D, L. Withington, of CasUe A Wlth- Ington. attorneys" for. the system, said this morning (hat he la confident no change .in - the bill : is.' contemplated. V: ' . He-points out that the clause dealing . with the acQuisitionrof the tine by ,the ; city has been, in .the bill all along. 1' ; f j -The word Tmt' inMfr, pcks quot t : : edstatement before .the .'entire new V deal seems to iate' caused .the Jdea. .-' to ,arise that the bill Is to be cnahged. 1 'do not for araTnent believe-uch'U - ,: the case.: Certainly we have heard - nothir.j.' whatever ' from lit. Peck to 4-'."- it;':ate'tit ry change ls'"tob'b : ' -lnade, as ve' couttlesa would . have : - done If anything. Important is cbnsid ered." --. --.V-'-- t'V'' ' ' Manager. Ballintyne la of the. same , pinion. .7' v, " X:-'!.v ! mi F"3TESTS M . TO REPU3LICAW ilTTEEtlEPl HawaiH Republican Leaders v Will Not submit to Keauc- t k :. , iion ' in ironvenuon l ;r; 'Delegations ; NOVICES READY TO CROSS HOT o-o o-o o-o OBJECTION TO AIR TRIP FINALLY IS OVERRULED PROGRAM ftr?et parade. Saturday l?e. 20th 1:3 tremouial banquet, ifa.urday. Dec. 20th 8:30 p.m. TJie parade will sta t promptly at the Masonic Temple at 1:30. Ijne of march will be on Alakea ftreet. to Beretania. to Fort, to King, to Ex ;cutive building, where Aloha's fa mous Arab Patrol will t;ive an exhibition drill. On comple tion of this drill the X bles will adjourn to the Moana ho irl. where the ccremon al session will take place. The ceremonial ses ion will be over by f:30 p. m. At 8:30 p. m. the Xcbles w . aser.iL!e at the Moana hotel for the banqutt. Waikiki for the infatto Inhicf. the cea trudging alens? afoot. A word of caution in the firm tf a ihe 12 candidates cr novice for ad-l novices nidnale; afoot 1 1 I.I . , 1 n. I iiVnl I rn Into the air and over the sea for!ve.re.e 18 ut Jn SM!??'' -A a while before the over, it is announced. "And down the read cane candiia:3 in 9:00m. To meet with weakening knee their pending dcom. .From Ballads cf a Novice. Es Selarnu Aleikum So saying whatever it is he h raid--Charles G. Bartlett. Illustr ous Potentat- of the Alcha Temple. My a- who say they believe it means . j use- j in told to rest awhHe tic Shrine, berins hia prbclarration less and unprecedented risk .f llfej . J ... f . .to rm ih& pin1MaU mrtA tin RCiinn rprptrnn PK are v " nMn- ir, bearing on their tramp to the Moana . .. .. - ji v 1 a k ' neaua ue " . V.H-The novice crossed the burn'ng sand u pi.T..,. , HI fpatnres wore a frown for the great and unique initiation cl and limb to the candidates. A meet r- 1 1 ing will be held at the temple th!s r 1 ft hurt hlmo sit down. And when the pilgrimage 'was don He waddled 11 kef a pup. iBecaase Ms feet were Watered, and I hurt him to stand up." The end of the initiation is not fixed. The Shriners pay. thaf the evening, John J. Belser stated today, at which time the merits of the tb ; Jections will be considered. Mr. Bel eer added that as the majority of the memoers are aeiermiuea m canj Vo mAr. tim thn program out to0" rWl ? pected, wperlally if seric accents ;pJanned. hat is with the Tom 1 u phase of it Intact, the few dissenter. &clock The banquet .wUl be obliged to bow to the will o. wl fee glwni at g:3o o'clock Sunday tho majority. 4V 'evening, unless an aviation casualty : Thirteen unlucky 13-was the nura- eYents Tbe Hawai'an Trust Com ber ot candidates originally on Jhc . ve, e list, but George, Williams, one of the accident and life. Insurance oev candidates. Is now unable to be pres- ti.:- . a rnnr ? ent Maybe be heard bout the avia- several of the Shriners Uavtf clubbed 1 Hon stunt. The 12, none of whom it to.--ther foP. Buch a oolicy covering have so far backed out, are: "eut.!.. number of candidates. ' The banquet will be given at the Moana, and 'the management is tak ing great pains to' make this ceremo nial affair a greaf success. iH-nminonf RtiHriprA . tndav renudiat- In the court by the . Moana Hotel, ' .,jt0u.fMh n. J.linehlv arv work is : speeding in completlng -the; this inorning, j and Buchly r structure- In which the - canttiaaies i hjmgef tienies Jts, authenUclty. He BaxUrW. R. Haley, Dr. John Wad-man,-, C. Henkels, William Henning, Joseph SeweB, Chas. N. Marquex, I V Henry Giles, Jack Lucas, Lieut. Ball ft' John J. Bf lirr, rhalrman of pa fade committee. will ho nut through their paces. v Tbe ; apparatus looks capable;, of serving th Durnose of anythlnfir from a ' Ro ll! ': man holiday to a French gymnasium. acq, just wnai j purpose- iv. 17" w tKnn'trh If nrinv tm niMsed all Is not A : belngtold' by he Shrtnera. - A The aviation scheme .Jsald.Jto.-liRve JH "leaked"(out4t w to bay conie. m 'f ri:laun)rtaeaythW ShrinebutJ'lhd 'fftessitj p and 4 maamg special arrangement - with outstda persona is t nejq - respon sible for the' 'leak "But though this oart 'of 4i Is now public property the rest is a. secret and is expected to re main so. : ... The . novices are to meei at 1 O'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Ma iays he is a neophyte and lias nothing whatever to say 09 the subject of his inltration, ! -f 'sonic temple, and the parade will be, 19 nnrina tnmnrrrtw And then according to the line of march, in the perhaps -with a thought of the dan- program above, to Palace Square at gers attending the aviation feature of which place the drill will begin at 2 the initiation, he breaches, Allah the o'clock. The parade itself begins at MrHfnH . 1 : SO . o'clock. Following this exhibi- If the plans of tbe Shriners for the tion.the Shriners will go in.autos to iSil : 'A W- V; nun u nan nnnn an n n a :u ' ' - ' a a THE CABLE TO ROOT. a:- :.r -Zr:--- ' a Senator Ellhu Root, Washington, tt U , Protect Hawaii's status within a a the party. - Six votes. Hawaii not tt Itt a possession but integral part of tt a the United States. Is Republican U a c&mmunityj though now under'tt ua Democratic Appointed governor, tt 'tt Local , party needs your , help, tt S Oont cut us ff. tt : ALBERT F. JUDO, tt a Territorial Senator, Republican, tt tZ tt tt tt a a a tt n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ' Cablegrams of protest to the Re publican national committee against the, action of the committee in cut ting out Hawairs.delegates to the na tional convention went forward today fromthe Hawaii national committee man and from Senator A. F. Judd. while one from Delegate Kuhio will fto forward within a few hours. Robert W. Shingle, chairman of the Republican territorial central com mittee, wirelessed yesterday to C'harHes A. Rice. - the national com iltteroa.. and this mornln receiv ed the following wireless reply: "Cable protest for me." . TJ cablegram was sent forward shortly afterward. . . Senator Albert F. Judd's protest - was cabled to Senator Elihu Root, one cf the party leaders whose influence with the national committee is ex pected to be strong. Senator Root is t family friend of the Judds. .. t A French scientist claims to have discovered the cancer microbe. A large number of fish, insects, and warm-Dlooded animals act as carriers of the. germs. MORE WELCOME IVPMED HIGHlIfi Impressive . Ceremonies Mark 'TributelPaid to Memory of , Bernice PaUahi Bishop f . ' : Wit impressive ceremonies, .ma terlally aided by perfect weather and beautiful surroundings, students, of ficers and friends of the Kamehame ha Schools to the number of 500 thiB morning paid tribute to the late Ber Uce Pauahi Bishop through the ob servation of the annual Founder's day at the Kuuanu street mausoleum. Clad in natty uniforms, the Kame bameha. cadets, 350 in number, march-t-d to the grave of Bernice Pauahi B! ship, accompanied by the members of the girls' school, who were iu white, while the llawaian band played the Death March from Saul. The song. He lnoa Pauahi, which was written by Queen Liliuokalani, was ung by the school and after this se-1 lection some of the younger children proceeded to decorate the grave with yellow and white asters, which wer handed them l me higher officer of the cadet corps. The whole school now joined in Pauahi Ke Alii and fol lowing this the preparatory and man uel department boyB sang Pauahi o Comes Now Committee of Prominent Democrats with Program for fJew Year's Day Furguson is Hardly Rational, Says Henry, Following vyeeks of Careful Study of Man After weeks of daily observation. . ; High Sherirr William Henry 13 now C-smel t0i"t convinced that Henry Francis Furgu- Pinkham. A committee of prominent Demo- son, tbe youth sentenced to tne gal lews for the killing of Police Officer M. D. Abreu, is a mental irresponsible and should not be forced to pay the crats has been named following a to get hold of the new executive and j extreme pena ty or his act. ,n,L..n hlm t rh tim'M ran 1 believe ne is hardly a . j t in nnniMZi person," said the high sheriff, who hardly a rational wil'i what numerous other organiza tions are doing. Clarence W. Ashford, one of the dressed ' moving spirits, has notified the fol lowing that they are on tne commit tee i Mayor J. J. Fern, Senator James L. Coke, Col. Charles J. McCarthy, Rep resentative S. S. Paxson, Representa tive D. M. Kupihea, Jesse P. Makal- nai. Attorney-general wade warren Thayer. Supervisor Lester Richard H. Trent One cf the features is to be a re ception in the throne room of tne ex has had the custody of the boy since the latter received the death sentence more than a month ago. "and my the ory is strengthened by a statement which the lad made to me recently in response to questions. He said that when he was very young he Was the victim of an accident, falling from a haymow onto machinery stored in a barn and receiving a wound in the head from which he was an Invalid Petrie, ' t-everal months. "I am inclined to believe that i scientists were to make a careful ex amination they would find that iu ecutive building. Then there is also , jury has caused a bit of the skull to planned a "pa-ina" or feast and out ing. at the Ewa home of John F. Col bum. Kalani The next tamper consisted of brief; jate ritual services, which were selections Though the date recited in chcrus. by the K. 13 D.. the K. G. S. and the K. 11 Romance, on Train VUl Culminate in Marriage Miss Angeline Wood, Now on a Visit in Honolulu, to Leave School-room to Be come Bride When Miss Angeline Wood, now a guest at the Colonial hotel, left Ok mulgee. Oklahoma, en route to Hono lulu to become an instructor in one of .the public schools of the territory shu bad no Idea that, during the trip overland she wan coins to meet the man with whom sue would form a life partnership. But she did, she says, and thereby hangs a tale. Wahlen Meyer, the Chicago repre sentative of an automobile company, having busineet, which demanded his DIIS0N SK OILLi BY I OKI SAW iFRAfJGiSGO ISf i irastiETCiHETciiiniwEo Noted Fight Waged by Conservationists Against Calif ornians Ends with Victory for Coast People President Says the Project -Will Not Impair Beauty or Usefulness; of Public Domain- . 'V;;:v.;- nrii::S:;.. . tAmoclalM) Prewi Cable) . WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec 19. President Wilsoiv today signed the bill by which San Francisco Is fllvsn the right to develop tht waters of Hetch Hetchy valley, in tho Ypsemltt national park, for eity power and w - -- - li ti t ..4 ,1 k ik lh kn attention in San Francisco bcrdedwr auppiy. i n ..8nina w n - the west-bound limited at Chicago been waged for years and which has drawn Into IU whir tht conserva- nn nftornnon in latR NOT em Ber inil:wsnii wi rmwmi tn y..u,. ,;(. proceeded to make himself comfort able In one of the Pullmans. It hap- trin At Kansas Citv and was ifc.ngni igiinw wt nwn niw7,Krsji.v vh,kw .. . . Ujned a seTSi the samo her1 the beauty of that part of the Yesemit. and , f. : not tlflsd. declarln3 dMtlnation beiner Saff Francisco and t that San Francisco can aaeure watsr elsewhere;- KJSlilSSffifMrS t flnlng the Wit. President Wl Iton argues that through tht use cf In the metropolia of the Paradise ofor uaefulntst of tht public domain. i . -: ; ;. grees ' Franklin K. Lane, now secretary of tht Interior, hat been a siror advocate of tht bill, but haa been bltteHy opposed in tht eatU John Mulr fid Rahrt Underwood Johnson, former editor of tht Century,? led ths the Pacific The train pulled out of the Kansas City station - and C .com menced Its journey westward, and at the same, time Miss Wood removed from her suitcase a sewing basket and proceeded to work. Then ; tho fates intervened. A. Jolt of the train as it swerved around a curve sent the sewing basket from Mist Wood's lap and scattered, the contenta broad cast over the floor, Mr. Meyev pass ing at this moment, offered to rAov cr Ue articles and was granted -mo permission. " Introductions v foIloFed and: the acquaintance soon-, ripened Into . something more thaa .i mere friendship and, by the tima the tram had reached . San Francisco, :t Mlsa Wood had consented ta a marriage in the coast city ; after; her return there from Honolulu. i :-v -'--! ,Thla la the story which f Miss Wood tells, and ner friends vouch ror authenUclty. She . arrired la :Honc lulu December : 5 and will leave Ban Francisco on int juuriine icew-.jg captared. per 9- . Villa lo fay Forei ..... ,,, w ;. :, . r -: , ; t Aaiioc'Uit Pnta CabW - ;.'';".-.. !' : : . CHIHUAHUA; MexDec.19Undcr the' prodding of tht Units State and with- tht rtprtmand of hit superiorr General Pancho Viilr his a;rc! i to Indemnify all 'foreigners Whose property haa been canfiiated. during th: rebel campaign in thlt part of Mexico, txcept In .tht cavexof thost forcr era i who have been giving aid to Hu erta. ' : . " "Tht United States tent word through General Carrartza, coniiltutisro! president,, that aomt -assurance of Indemnification must be forthcomlr.3 ar ! Carranza reprimanded the bandit-general who la leading his military force toward Mexico City. -V iy 'yy:. ' -;x ' ;:'-toV:.:;.- .4 c' ' - "t; WMZXiiQ?toTViXfel& a Ion crrlcn of defr.-.t came today to hearten. the Iinrrta forces at the rapitau The it arrai or: :r its' wn. k.nt -nt to Interr ent the march of the ZaDaIslaH on the cnriwl nni 1 .: . ih rh1 ahnnt flftren miles out. The federals ambushed tle ' Inv;: ' r . lfiiv nS rnnUfd thorn wfih ' hem v loss. : General Zarati'Jast n:! : lie. and a few hardrlfoIIeweM rut thrir way tnrou?.; 1 t: ST; LOUIS C0V8 i Vv press down on the brain cells, or has created a very small blood clot. In- manager of the Kapiolani es- stances of this kind have frequently teen discovered ,in Recent years. is not definitely S- F set. it Is hoped to have the reception S. M.I on the morning of January 1 and the SAFES - .SPECIAL . SALE Te-Make Room for4New Stock HV E. HENDR1CK, LTD. , Trf. r"1 ' ; lf 'rrchsnt A Alakea Pa-ina in the afternoon. "We don't represent anybody but ourselves and the Democratic party." said a member of the committee to day. "But we will make the new governor feel welcome, anyhow." SUGAR L). After this service the whole school tang another song. Only Remembered, and finally the exercises were brought to an end by the Girls School Call The sinsing was partly in English and; partly in Hawaiian and was led byj Mr. Georee Andrus. It was the fine clear oIces of the students of the school that made the serv'ecs so i?n pressive and beautiful. aAv- FRANCISCO. Cal.. Dec. 19 Queen LiHuokalani was present at gUgar: degrees test, 3.23 cents, the exercises and many prominent j previous quotation. 3.325 cents. Beets: tr.en of the town were also there , analysis. 8s lOd. Parity. 3.845 Rev. W. B. Oleson. the first president cents. Previous quotation, 8s 10 l-2d. ot the school, and Theodore Richards,) t eg second president of Kamehameha' Huerta is said to be planning his were present also. W. O. Smith. A. last stand and is drawing his forces (Continued on page four) BRITISH WARSHIPS PROTECT JAPANESE sun ISAFTEIiuffi This afternoon, in the school assem bly hall the students of St. Louis Col lege are holding their; annual Christ- maa exerclsea. Many, parenta - and friends of the students present to see tne boys, young and old, render: the program which they have worked so hard in the past three weeka to pre pare." The program consists of eigh teen numbers and nearly -all ! the grades of the school are represented bj either Individuals or bodies of atudents who will recite in chorus. The first few numbers consist of chorus .recitations by the boys of the lower grades and the rest of the pro gram la in the hands of the; older boys. The band has been working hard for the past weeks and under the supervision of Brother Francis will be able to give some good selec tions. ' 1 ' .: l& What promises to be one of the most interesting of the numbers Is "An Indian Raid," which w be pro duced by the second grammar. The story is of a city cousin who goes out West and there he tells of .what he would do to the Indians if they med dled with him and brags of his strength and fearlessness. Because he is of this nature the country boys dress up as Indians and scare him so that he promises to be good to the Indians and hold them In respect "The Miser's Fate" will also be good for those who are to give It have worked hard and have their parts well In hand. The sixteenth number. MA Bit of Minstrelsy," will be one of the humorous numbers and the Brothers who hae charge of it say that Nye and Cockett as coons and Carvalho as the white man will bring down the house. YOUTH KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE DRIVEN BYjOHN J. BELSER An automobile belonging to the Ho nolulu Construction ft Draylng Com pany,, and driven by John J. Belser, president and manager of the concern. ran down and killed Joe Fernandez, Portuguese, 9 years old. opposite the Japanese consulate on Nuuanu street at 12:40 o'clock this afternoon. Imme diately following the accident, Mr. Bel ser conveyed the child to the Kauike olani children's hospital and then re ported the details to tbe police An hour after the child had been conveyed to the hospital and while the physicians were still working over him. he died. According to the story told by Mr Belser to the police, he was proceed ine down Nuuanu street and when federal line wltk mackcle and naeeeedett la maila? their escape. otters-were captured and there, are report ei many execution. s -- - Man elate tan t)mn-ivai s SiiFSvbf s D iGSolving Pavl 1 a AsBocUted Press Cable PEKING. China, Dec. .19-rPresJtfent Yuan SJ today, fully' approves of the planr to co away entirely with the partii th" nw"renubllc- alona the lines " he Indicated some time a;a.. wandatt approvta a petition-purporting to originate with Gen. Li Yu; Hung,, vice-president,; which suggests that parliament be definltjly t;rm ated.Tht petitlcn tays that parilament has enacted no important tlav-. durlna Its many arttlngs nor will it do so If :t is continued 1C3 years. -Ths pttition declares that tht "aaminittrativa council ; s xar mjmru.. 'V'-..7- t Asaodated Press Cable! : ; STRAfiBURG. Germany. Dec' 19w A climax to tht troubles that arc:: ovtr tht;domlneeriig conduct of Imperial army cfflcera at Zabern, In Al- sace, came today In an ordediamissing from tne service ummani7 w.cu ttnant Baron von Forstntr, commandant ; of .the Zabern. garrison. He ii "caahlered' from the aervlce n disgrace and in addition is sentenced to 4, days .in the penientlary. Ht was. convicted or anttung tne inkier- -conduct of tht military garrison. . ' --v : r ' T Becker Mother Dies Happy fAjnoclated Press Cable); HEW YORK, N. Y DeciU Tht mothtr of formerPolict Lieutenant Charlea A. Becker died today of Old age.." She had '.never. known that her aon had been convicted of graft In New York and, of connection with the Rosenthal murder or that ht was co nfined in ; tht ; eth;houst at Sin Sing. '- ''-' ; ;;- -r"-7 H;; v'- : 7 Currency Bill to Pass Soon rAaeoctotcd Vrtrnm Cobiej . ': " WASHIGTOX, D. C Dec W-Every amendient offered iijr dfesentln? senators to the currency bill ha been roted down by tbe soUd admlnWra. tlon majority in the upper house and a final vote on the measure Is ex- pected hourly. Brickley Is Harvard Gabta ... a : m r Associated PreW CaNeJ ; ;-"''' ' CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Dec 19-Charles Brickley, of Everett, v Mats Harvard's sensational half-back and fl Hd-gcal kicker, was today elected cap tain of the football team fee 114. He will be a senior next ytar.; Wilson Able to be at Work rAwociated Prsa CabIJ - .. ' . ; - WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 19. President Wilson went to hit office to day for the first time since he took his bad cold. He is much improved, , BISHOP STREET TO HAVE X1S EVE HILARITY (Continued 'on page four) i about Mm for a last defense of the ,. . capiiau .. (Special Cable to the Nippu Jlji.) 'rrWfr Ta nan Hop 1Q A BTVPrial dispatch received here today from came wumn wgui ui iu wjiu- Ambassador Adachi. Japan's repre- late saw Fernandez and another boy sentative in Mexico City, is to the Ping in the street Belser says effect that the Japanese residents that he sounded his horn, expecting 4a triA Kswei trexr rtir rf tho tar a v there are now being protected oyj- ltlwriu" .ZT'ut ni.hn.. trePt nn ciiristmas Kvo! di,parche soBs. s ,bTfnP ..renlth. I th r.ghv and put on U. brake.. Tne HMh. I-. tho Federal troops are superior io, - i : ' ar.c ,,1PV whirh will be called Your presence is cordially invited be' the hosta of the occasion and they are going to do it up In T in-? holiday slylc. The baol has bceo ?nasvl t dispense rmisi-, f.weet and othecwioe. the xtrwt. will lie illuminated, with a multitude of clored lights and - the stores on I'btiop street will all ; te fp?n. - T . ; ' "It's srin to 1m; a kind of -Bishcp Slrefl Merchants Association' affair,' . said one of the men active In getting ;the entertainment up. "We 'want all "the noi'f ani hilarity and : confetti -' throwing possible the more the mer rier. u.wiU reip the celebration avA help us and we're glaifto favo-lt' rear wneei.. nmucuiaicjv" " " ,f er.ni Sherit, Jarrett ,a!d tti. atternoon with the cU, and coun r atte,-, -W, ft, the rebels, due Drobably to tne re cent victory won by the former at .t5SPIS d rBciVyAW W action he may take in the 'gardlng whatever finding been subject to any serious danger, case will be following the ,Terdlct of may make..' Henry A. Giles, administrator c the estate of r Elizabeth" Sarah Ci! from consultation has filed In .circuit t court, a petit: the Jury count; ; He -reports jf $298L19 and: disbursement c: ! "