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Manchuria, Oct. . 2. For San Pranclaooi . Hilonlan. Sept. 2'i. rrom Vancouver: Indefinite. For Vancouver? Indefinite. ' v t 7 - Evening Bulletin. Est 1882, No. G971 f Hawaiian SUr. Vol. XXIh No. 7011 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914.-12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS ikf irTriTTr rrfr is fil? 2:30 1 ? Tihn'ee iridsla Crwers Aire Elided Atlai& T Paces "fceto f Mmm GO t; : (if se ball IOTIiMSDO. IF. B. JSTOGKER HID AT BEST TOl Sri Miw ii : n t intra ni ii mo ninr nTTrninTriir oo. oo ioo oo n iu a w n i HIMI& lUHMMUl BftULppt THflllRH I flllf! !IHI( (1FHTH m ClinnCII "1 " ' FHOM MAINLAND rMIR i . . - a - m m m rm . ara .-. i i uiiiiiir.iii itiiifrrii r lbv an an a mm mm aai a a ai u aa a a - ""rv' ' JK 3 ------- --r r Man2iears . ipi nnnnnmo Prirate funeral services are being ( I I I 11 I ' -j ' ; conducted thls afternoon at the Mc-i 4 I t I ' i II II , I h L- ' 111 111 B II II II I I II N I I II" I 1 - uoiiinyyy mm STILL 'iDNDEEIDED Renewed Activities of Germans in Belgium Indicate They, Will Mxxcetermined Assault on Antwerp Big Artilleryi Duel r" - r . in.. 1 m j i in rrance oonunues Mines uiaim ngni qvancesT-neavy Fogs Hamper- Movements- British Admiralty '. Announces German' Cruisemden Sinks More Merchant Vessels. ' ; -. -A '-; CAtsocuted Press servi ce by Federal Wireless. J ! v;' iOTTEELDAlI, ; HollLiia, ; Sept. 29. Ecnewcd, activities ' in Belgian that have just developed seem to indicate that the Ger--"inaxa intend to besiege Antwerp if they win the, battle of 'Aisne, t which is still in progress. with no decisive results so far as have yet , been given cut ;:..,. ..-h;..v:,V5 x :. -.il 'y- Trainloads of 'resh German soldiers, numbering 150,000, -havt occn iravcrsizj Brussels since Lionaay, apparently bound toward Antwerp zzi rcidy fcr battle. .' ' )t:- 1-''' FavL 2clally Says Slight Judge Whitney J(ept Busy Giv ing Decisions to Objections From Efich Sjde DEFENDANrSIASSlSTANT ON THE WITNESS STAND " Word War" in Court Room That Preceded "Affray" ' '- PAT.I3, Trance, Eept;r 29. (OScial) A government bulletin says that the Allies left has repulsed numerous day and night at- the continent. Tan Lo save the foi- tac!a. Elr-rhcra alor? the Aisse hattle-line thrre K emv Ihn r.nrx: lowing1 facts ai j , ., .... i , i. (r ?The team has been very successful .tirucus artillery duel, except that the Allies have made slight 1 pro- on m third tour to the United sutea. crc:3 between its Fcrcet Argonne and the River Lleuse. aiiinst I Although this year nas.been a bad one Two Members of the Traveling Team are Home With Good News AGGREGATION MADE GOOD MONEY ON PRESENT TOUR Plenty of Publicity for Hawaii ' Wherever Ban Players -. Performed Two -toembers of the All-Chinese baseball team that baa been making Its thirds tour of tie mainland this season,' returned cn tne wimeimina this morning,- Albert Akana, first baseman; and Tan. Lo, outfielder, are the homecoming ball players, and they; tlon Assistant District Attorney J. W. report s successful trip from every angle. The 'jest of the team will . be home in about two weeks. ' -'J The Chinese made good money on the 1814 trip, the toial receipts, set ting a new mark, v Tne team played 154 games, winning 91, losing 59 and tieing 4, a percentage of .607..- Speaking of the long swing across conducted strcn j!y crc-nired positions held by the Germans. A . CJ1 for baseball throughout . the country, our team nevertheless drew- well wherever;-we trenC. 'In fact the receipts of the trip exceed, these 'of the former years,- This fact can ?,e accounted for by.ihe brand oi ball we put up against -2r.hmd(in:SinA r;,- r mZ?SA IF'l 1j' '-VO'Iii24 fast - teainsand. the velty.ot aeelngl I At - ? cl at; I Prcj s fcervl Commercial Pacific Cable : over the remains of Francis B. Mc- Stocker who. passed away last night. These services, for the family alone, AUgUStUS t. ' r.iUrpnyU I eilS Of be followed by others at the Masonic lempie unaer me auspices oi nonoium Lodge No. 409. v) ; v ; 1 Francis Blakeley McStocker was hffln In Philadp.lnhla Jannarv 9." 1854. Judee William iJwhitneyIn whose He came to the country in 1883 and court the; trial : of District'; Attorney married Nancy Luhana, daughter of C.i Jeff McCJarn is betog conducted, this Along. v wis wiaow ana ineir wree morning, overruled in objection made Children Julia, ; Lydia LI, who" is the by the counsel ' fo the . defense that Ife of Dr. Arnett P. Matthews, U. S. the prosecution ,be"perinlt.tei to qfies- Army, and Francis Blakeley, now at tending tne college or Hawaii, survive Thompson reKirdiaz . the"' testimony him. ".. ' ' ' which he gave before the'f ederal grand 4 Mr. McStocker has been sick for jury when that body was investigating many months, and while It was bellev the McCarn-McBrlde affair. .? 3 -r- ; ej that he could not recover his death :- Upon overruling .the objection,, the was unexpected at this time. court stated - that -the witness might Last Monday he was active and ap rlghtly answer the questions'' from the. parentis as welt as toaaal, writing a fact that the grandJjury- before which letter to a friend and was happy in he gave testimony regarding; the Maf- the family circle which has ever been fair", hay been discharged frpni its du- nig cnief joy, he being a typical family ties. V , . . ; ' 11 1 mana loving 8nd ': devoted husband , "Before I answejr any -. questions," father. :- ; " . ; v said Mr. Thompson! who was recalled , r McStocker la' of honorable line- to the witness Stand this morning, MI agei His ancestors have all been pa-i - (Continued onL page jhree) . Trit?ei 4?rHif - lha betn nroved at various nlaces. . a vum. mm m w wiutvHuvvu I , . -; ; j an' American team does not draw we played to enormous crowds. This fact tcdny tL:t iLz Ccmin cruiser Emdcn has sunk four mere merchant vcesels ad cn3 collier in the Lzj of Bengah Ecaoy G2r:3n Gun r.OITE?.DAII, Eclland, . Sept.- 20. It is learned here that the hciviect German guns have all been sent to Prance and that Aus trian sic e guns are arriving to replace them in Belgium. Advance Rapid on Tsingtau , Uti. to the time v? my departure from NeW York City the team had an average of ' .606, having played 154 games, winning 91, losing 59 and tieing Truethe record does not compare favorably with the one of la3t year, (Continued on pagr four) , VII II..C!, China, Ccpt. 23. The Germans defending .Tsinglai have zzzC:z:i ths 7aldersee line of defense of Kiaochau befor cverrrL:I: j fcrcc3, retiring on the main line of defenses five milui , 1L3 Zi-il::3 have occupied the heights commanding the Ger- man lines. Co far the casualties are small. OR. K'COV HAS ilil'FORUN niu trip tn PAST VI I I B mm m - - m a vr s i j .' II il If 1 1 1 V . j, . sis SIM AliAlll 'TOUCH' SYSTE5I of battle struggling for the eternal principal of right' He ; himself was intensely patriotic, having been the or ganizer and capttin commander of the Citizens' National Guard, that great or; xnizatla. of- protection Jn - troublous 4tatia' Hawaii Take Measures'td Get Rid of 1 ' Campaign Runners Pes- -teririg. Candidates ! He took an" active part . in all - the public movements in this country for the establishment and malntenahce of truly representative government a In November, 1898, he wrote: "For myself, I think that when the views cease to thrill, the heart to beat faster, or the eye to" fill upon hearing a patriotic sone. tale, or address: 4 when the blood has grown so cold in fact that patriot ism is but a word, that men ana men only Is the decadence of American in stitutions to be expected." He has filled high official positions with ability and strict integrity. He was for several years Collector Gen- ; : Francis Blakeley McStocker. , whose passing away leaves great Void in business, financial and social circles'of Honolulu. i r r:n.!.i ASi w . OS TRIAL FOil : ' tlORAlA AFFAIR Good Hope, Glasgow and Men- mouth Sent From Atlantic ' to Pacific Ocean (Associated Press by Commercial Pa-" ' ciflc Cable.) - - .PUNTA ARENAS, Chile, Sept;: 29. The British cruisers Good Hope, Monmouth and Glasgow, Sir Christopher Craddock con manding, have arrived ' here westward bound., ' ; ITIth rush orders sendln?v these , the Pacific, It Is believed that Briiala Intends ,te patrol the l'aeie Oceaa .even more closely than It Is now TV trolled; by the liritlsh tod Japanese warships. ; . ' ., - r , .v The tkree British vessels are all speedy. : The ood Hope Is a lMCtsn cruiser -.with a , complement of t-J men and ft dps'ed speed of ii knots, Tke.Glasorr is of 4S00 tons a: 1 car r!?s f78 e:j." S!:e can caie arcssl iV I.- ts aEd.ihr "HonncsU. Is sail to !.? -rjrilly-as txL., . ' . - . . 4 Chauffeur, Who Ran Down Po lice Officer, Charged With ; Heedless Driving . r Fcr heedlessly driving his car on Kalawaua avenue at 3 o'clock on me A Haf arm tntwl utand aealnstt ma raias or a- we o p ""ZZlTZZZZl tt morning of July 1C. when he ran into ucians,-"pmggers, ana fi "w-; Mcuntil Polled V Officer Manuel P. will De maae Dy vne eyu prv bci, u. "r: r""5 MMnh. William Wrfsh "went to ITiOi II 11 VIJIlYlSTOiI I KOREA I RACE ners trial before a Jury in Circuit Judge '.Drtcsch Pays Dig V7ar Tax EOTTZrJ)AII, Ilclland, Sept 29. Burgomaster Max of ;Brus- Would Prefer to Continue With His Present Work At the v , - Leprosy Station v . .nmrnitfu anf rinfllrtstps tar nosition he held until 1904 office during- me general election time he returned to Honolulu and .art campaign mat will open in a few days, erwrds became associated with Jas. The county committee's special sub- B. castle m many mausinai orsauiw committee last night met with G. O.jtlon8., V';-; : P. caiidldatea for ornce to . aiacusai Mr -McStocKer .was a ieaaer uq campaign piaus aau iuw ucwi uiiuawvu . mosi vaiuauio wuwu, h, h j t., PYid(npe at 11'30 to eliminate the weO-known "touchig, hi. serviced to me cpmmtmlty. hTOmT system from me polIUcal Tray, so iar He took the Initiative anajiis aTlce orhTtoIshed before! tomorrow morn-f w-hn.n. rn w im lm- ,Man.aw vPTBoueht in times jtnt De Bnisnea oerore tomorrow morn-, The accident out of which the pres- Associated Press by Fed. Wlrelest.1 : NEW YORK, Sept. 29, The Oostpn National League team, after an up ward climb that has been the sensa tion of baseball, today clinched the pennant of 1914. Boston, went from the bottom of the league on July is Ashford's court thi3 morning. Mo-; to tne leaa some weexs ago an? aex ranha and the omer members of the tied the race toda .J : - ; joy-riding party, including the two j , . .i . . ' women from Iwilei, were ; introduced as witnesses tor tne prosecuuon, Dr. George W. McCoy, director of me ; United SUteai leprosy Jnvestiga- McC0RRIST0N-L00MIS NUPTIALS TONIGHT those at the meeting. During the primary campaign .can didates of all parties were pestered, mey - declare, by a lot of cheap poll Eels, held a hcetage by the German soldiers, has been released after I Uon staUon here, has not received any T ticlans who said mey could deliver a T!rt"-.-7ir!T-"tp ?f1 rtaM a rro tav Af I official v.v wvww V .1 M ' Mh VA UiU hjf million Uv- mandei ; by Germany. - --;. ; . :.: Udzuzni Feels ITeisftf of ITar nOTTZIUJAII, Holland, Sept. 23. Llalines, Belgium,' was shell ed all niht IzzX ni'rht and the city is now a smokinsr wreck. H was a member or me .masonic hAtnr a nhriner. also very active i th'a mnncils of me Sons of the ent case grew resulted in severe in- American Revolutions His was a life j Junes to uincer Moranna, wno speni f wpII dolnz and me entire com-1 some time in me hospital but is now uuiiw,u utWlUS WUU .OiH WCJ - S . . . I. 1.1. J..h .Ma. n nHt).nnf ..to. Tha ..XhcT"it m to me TLrCrrl TnTtends its heartfelt sympamy to horse was so badly Injured mat it V?S ?1 - w ffort thai he was to be transferred . a, fnr nvthnr from a dollar to his bereaved family. ' to Massachusetts as commissioner of; 5. ' In- past campaigns also mere I - . m ' health.. Hia sole imormauon to aaie. have been legions of precinct runners The board or naroor commissioner Edward B. Loomls and Miss Isabel McCorriston will be joined in wedlock this evening; a marriage license hav ing been secured mis morning. The wedding will be solemnlzd at me home of the bride on Punahou street The, and only : the relatives of the con-1 Is a cable from e. personal friend in omers around headquarters-way-, transacted practically no business and Rambairn oftt- ihf moraine, adjourning oui ot re- .t.a unM.i,9 hao flu inenas win ue preseuw i . lUe iUiOir, UUUKU will be the smartest of. the season. I tuiea FonnT Hnnn and MIsa Sarah The prosecution's witnesses besides, . while James Morgan will act oranha vera Charlpa A. Rp.vnnlda. a . . T7 ., a la mn srex an If rooAn tl v ao-atnat VVpJp.h ha tnlmtl an1 thn In. ' One Of juries sustained by himself. tha Mat which tends to confirm that. ?av.- randidatM nnarlne in the local newspapers. hu in an pndeavor to extract a little ! anect to me memory of the lata F. B. Moranha were Charles A. Reynolds, aL. This Is mat the governor of me state J coin of me realm. . i McStocker, who died last night Mr. chauffeur and friend of Welsh, who j . rian villarcs, badly damann the convent of St. Vincent at DrTT.A wealth PAniS, Prance, Sept. 29. -It is officially stated that heavy fogs in France are hampering the movements of troops. , . ' . or request the treasury department. Pta of Massachusetts has asked President According to me decision reached McStocker for several years was a! joined me defendant in the auto ride There will be work In the first de- A rif- r---7; -Lt-.v . . W i 1 Wilson to oeisu nim as BLate wwuiia- last tilgnt, KepuDUcan canaidates u memoer oi ue toauausiuu. - gree at a special mwuas ",u'5ur ucan ,eppeuniast mgnt dropped SIX bombs m-two Bel- slcner of heaim for that common-'approached will refer me Importunate same time Commissioner James waiter at the Union Grill, who was berg of Hawaiian Lodge So. 21. F. and, tee and if the committee sticks by the tee of one to prepare resolutions ap- ant and taken out to Walklkl, and o'clock this evening in me Masonic sentiments expressed' today, it will be'proprlate to me occasion, which will Mabel Guest and Dolly Gordon. , me Temple. by which the bureau of public heaim ' mighty poor , pickings around head-i be presented and adopted by the j two women from IwiieL These were : Because they failed to appear la is controlled, will make me transfer , auarters for the politicians who are board at Its meeting tomorrow morn- all in me automobile at the time of court when their cases were called. and Dr. McCoy will go east, although willing to exchange promises of sup- Ing. I lfle acciaent AlaDel uest sitting m circuit Judge Ashford; mis morning be stated tnis morning mac ne wouia port for meai-ucket money. I . w Dersonsllr much prefer remaining J e With " his' inreSCnt WOrk In Hawaii. fhB .amnatin manavamant IT Tlicnrh the heaim work in Massachu- TWO MORE MATCH Asians Carpath Associated Press service by Federal Wireless. i i BUDAPEST, Hungary, Sept 29.-II fa oSciaUy .admtted hero S ir Sat shall i handle Uhe entire cam- GAMES OF POLO 4 '-:- that Hurcnn detachments navA rrnseort tn if!flrrnitnoti mnnnft. occasionally- assigns one of Its owa tf-i,,.., mn9r in th nHmorv Mm. Tomorrow afternoon at Scho- -f and invaded Hungary at several points. (The way for this invasion was cleared with the fall of ;Lenv wa done 801116 three years ago in the berg: and Jaroslawand the investment of Przemysl.) hulay is " Associated Press by Commercial Pacific Cablef LOKDON, Eng, Sept. 29. Noted diplomats here believe that it will ultimately be possible to negotiate a treaty under which all cf the big powers will be required to submit' their differences in the future, to the United States, malring another European war im- experts to assume charge of me health-., pajgn to be a special secretary of field Barracks, me polo teams of work at me governor's request. This ounty- committee. While me j-f the 4th Cavalry and 1st Field matter of a salary for Wise was not -f Artillery will meet in the fourth definitely settled last night, Republi- 4 match of the inter-Island cham- cans said today that he will probably 5 -f plonship series to decide third be paid an adequate salary and that if '-f place. . Oahu beat the Artillery me campaign is successfully carried 14 to 4H, and Maui disposed of on mere will be no disposition to make the Cavalry 16 to 2. Yesterday -f mat salary a meager one. The result Oahu beat Maui .12- to 11. On -f of me developments axe mat Wise this dope it would seem that the 4 will, be; prominent in me campaign two service teams are exception- management, subject to the orders of -f ally well matched. -f me county committee. j-f The game will not only decide third place for The 1914 tourna- -f f ment, but will also oe an elimina- f tion match for the Wall & Dough- 4 erty cup, put up for competition -f -f some Time ago. The winner tomor- case' of Dr. Curry, who took hold of California's hygienic and heaim affairs shortly: alter leaving these Islands.' 4 4 RUSSIA: HER WAR STRENGTH f '-. . - (,.. -f On page 10 of today's issue ap- -f pears another of the series of ar- -f tides on the European countries f at war written by a high army officer in HawaiL These articles -f the front seat with Welsh, who was dismissed me appeals of David Pas- anving, and Dolly Gordon in me ton- kaula, John Kalili and Moo, accused neau with Geraslmos and Reynolds. of malicious injury, who had carried Their testimony conflicted : only their cases up from me district court slightly, differing a little as to the of Koolauloa, Their bonds were de speed at which the machine was trav- clared forfeited and If apprehended eling on its return trip 'rom Kapio- they will be compelled to pay me pen lani Park to town when me mounted alty imposed by me lower court. It was decided to open me cam paign on October 10 and probably me iBvstem will h tcAameL. it nMVinf? -f have been the mosi authoritative -f ( 0niy in one district when there are - to appear locallyand of much ad- two meetings a night, mns making it vantage to those Mshlng to fol- easier for candidates to get from one low me war movements intelll- -f ' meeting to the omer. Ai committee 4- gently. Today's article is on on publicity is to be named and there 4- "Russia: Her War Strength.", v will be invitations extended to Repub- ;y 4licans who are not candidates to speak I T T t t x t t f-.T t x t t t t t on behalf or me party. 4- row meets the Oahu team Satur- 4 4- day at Schofield Barracks, and 4 4- the winner of that match will 4 4- have first leg on the trophy. 4 officer and his horse suddenly loomed up in front, near the Cassidy station. None were able to say just how far the car moved before it came to a stop directly after the accident, and . there appeared to be some conflict as to whether the klaxon horn was blown before Moranha was seen. The latter declared he heard no horn at all. Reynolds said that when he first saw the officer and horse mey were about 25 or 30 feet ahead of the car. and mat the machine was traveling 25 or 30 miles an hour. One of the women said when she first saw , me officer he was less than 40 feet ahead; the omer woman said he was about 18 feet away.: Bom shut their-eyes , when the crash came, and then jumped rrom me car before it stopped. They Granite, . Marble. Blue Stoat did not know how far it moved after T tmm It struck the animaL All stated mat 'JlZ ! Welsh made two efforts to avoid me E.- HENDRICR, LTD. , ; officer after mey first saw him at TaI. tui v lfftrrfiant a- i.v.. close range, first'swerving me car to the left men swinging It to me right Reynolds testified that the machine caught me horse oo the right hind quarter with me left fender and light. The jury sitting in the case con sists of A. B. Angus, H. P. Roth, W. H. So per, C. O. Hottel, Benjamin Sam mons, John Wallace, S. C. DwighL. U. F. Lemon, H. A. Asch, Al H. Along, C W. Zelgler and John Coffee.' T. H. Hughes, one of the veniremen," was challenged by me prosecution for cause, and Herbert Dunshee was ex ensed by me court. MONUMENTS . .