From Ban Francisco
Lurlinel Jan. 12.
For San Francisco:
Korea, Jan. 12.
Makura, Jan. 8.
Kvenlng Bulletin Est. 1882. No. 6038
Hawaiian Star, Vol XXII. -No. 7037
12 PAGES -HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY; JANUARY 11, 1915.-12 PAGES.
TRICE FIVE CENTS
IBERm mAlTED BY
I r I I I I I TT1 T "
W FwEEBOEi JW
expedition w s
DECLAIM AFFIDAVITS FALSE,
mm SAYS BABY SOM SHALL
Wife's Will Is Yet Js'ot Filed
Important Legal Moves Expected by Each Side in Battle for
Child and Estate of Hawaiian Heiress Attorney Kinney is
Due to Join Counsel for Mrs. Knight in Week Sworn Declar-
i .ation of San Francisco Nurse Says Smart Neglected Thelma
Says Disinheriting of Child Due to Smart's Dominance of
: His Girl-VVife i - .; "S;'-:. '.'
' "They can have every red cent that I poetess. I would be just as hap
py without the money. But they shall not have my child. There is no
more reason why I should lose custody of my child because of a will con
test than that any other father should lose his without one." -
Henry Gaillard Smart, defendant in the legal ..fiflht 'to remove his 19
' months'-old son from his custody, made the above declaration this morning
preliminary to his announcement that he will return to Hawaii Wednesday
on the Magna Kea to rejoin hie child, who was temporarily removed from
hie custody by court order latweek
"These affidavits "which have been filed for the purpose of establishing
the alleged fact that I am unfit to be the guardian of my own child are com
posed of 'I surmises,' l thinks ind 'I believes', Smart declared, "and when
all the facts are developed it will be noticed that most of these . affidavits
; will be found to be a long wave from the truth and it will appear that
there Is no more reaeon why. 1 should lose . my child because of a will suit
, than that any other father should lose his without one," he reiterated.
Smart conferred with hie attorneys,
JAPANESE MOST ORDERLY,
JUDGE ASHFORD SAYS IN
CHARGE TO GRAND JURY
The new territorial grand Jury for
I the year 1915 was formally Impaneled
and sworn by Circuit Judge Ashford
late this afternoon. The court read
a lengthy charge In which he outlined
the duties of the Inquisitors, among
other things Instructing them that
they are authorized to Investigate any
unusual conditions, though these con
ditions need not always call for crimi
Discussing crime and the criminal
court's work, he quoted figures showing
the distribution of prisoners of nation
ality or race, making the following
"It will thus be seen that of all the
nationalities mentioned, the Japanese
make the most credible showincr. with
the Chinese a fairly close second: that
the Porto Ricans make by far the
most unfavorable Viowing. and that
the Filipino follow them, but at a
wide Interval. These figures may sug
gest to those responsible for our im
migration In the past, as well as to
those to whom such matters shall b
confided in the future, some food for
thought, and It is to he hoped that thin
food will be cbeerfullv consumed and
thoroughly assimilated.' ;
MAKES SECRET TRIP
TO COUNCIL OF WAR
State Department Dissatisfied
Because Practical Enforce
ment of Pfan to Give Quicker
Transit to Shipments Into ,
War Zone is Held in Abey
ance by Britain
Sir. John French, commander-in-chief
of the British forces in Europe.
A n n n a n sa w nwa w la? "'-, bsi
1 ALLIES SIL nil
to Mr. Smart, "Will you support her
feet?" He said, "I cannot, I have
heart trouble." He did not have to lift
any weight, but just to put his hands
under her feet and support them. That
Thompson, - Wilder, Milverton & Ly
mer, again this morning. It is charged
that Mrs. Elizabeth J. Knight, mother
f Thelma Parker, has a plan whereby
she expects to gain possession of the
child first. In that manner. In tha
event that the second sulCfor ths ad then been in the house about
breaking of the will, which Is fore- baU en hour. I gpt a distinctly un
shadowed In the present petition of favorable Impression of him, reaching
Mrs. Knight, fails, the portion of the rtent to n character as a man.
$1,500,000 or $2,000000 estate due the Vvhen he spoke of having heart trou-
child would come Into Mrs. Knight's b,e Mr- Smrt d,d not mak an p
possession. i mark; but when we were bringing her
WILL NOT YET FILED. back to her sleeping-porch, she said,
Th will of Thelma Parker hat not Daddy' ent you do somethlngr-tHer
yet been filed. No statement could be D0y very sensitive ana sne was
LIEUT. A. IC. PALMER v
NEARLY KILLED; FALLS
FROM HORSE ON TRAIL department la dissatisfied because the
, Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence
SCHOFIKLD BARRACKS. Jan. 11. ,can cargoes is Heft largely In abey-
Lieut. Albert JC C Palmer of thai
1st Field Artillery had a ,verv narrow
Associated Press by Federal Wireless
WASHINGTON, D.'C, Jan. 11-
Comment, -official and otherwise, at
Washington . on the British reply to
the American note concerning shipping
win do deterred until the complete re-
'JSZSSSZ " l'. w.rco!.ncl,n,d.f,wd.y,
ago, ho traveled-unrecognized : in
Associated Press by4 Federal Wireless '
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. tl. (B
mail from London, dated January 1.)
For three days Gen. Sir John French
recently directed the operations of the
British armv in Flanders bv tefeohon
from his home near Hyde Park. H
had been summoned to London to at-
was the first time I noticed him and escape from death Raturdav night) NOTED - PRIMA DONNA
when the horse upon . which he was
mounted missed his footing while de
scending a. precipitous trail down. the
Opaeula gulch and rolled ; down the
steep and rocky cliff more than 200
He had hardly gone 20 feet down
Generals Plan to Weld
Iron Rinj Around Germans
ALL BELLIGERENTS CALL OUT ADDITIONAL LEVIES GERMANY-HAS
AMPLE RESERVES UNDER ARMS, ADMITS
LONDON RUSSIA SENDING MORE THAN MILLION MEN
' INTO FIELD AND ANOTHER MILLION INTO TRAININGS
HALTING OF AMERICAN RED CROSS EXPEDITION START
ED FOR SIBERIA IS TAKEN UP WITH WASHINGTON
DEADLOCK ON WESTERN BATTLE-LINE STILL GENERAL :
Associated . Press Service by Federal Wireless. , . ,.
' LONDON, England, Jan. 11. The Russians are massing:
further enormous reserve forces. The" 1914 ; levies are just
leaving the training camps, where they have been put through
a ' '' it. . s.iJ mi. ' 1 4 AAA
The preliminary acceptance cf ths "u. .J-, preparauon ior service m me neia. xnejr numuer a,uv,-
u&Sn?t Archibald Murray, wa. left in The 1915 levies, aouroximatelv the same number, are
. .j ...... iig I command of baa herlnuartr ai I - " f
department is dissatisfied because the 8a,t omer, Frce. i replacing the 1914 recruits in the training-camps.
practical enforcement of the plan to L - r - - . 5t.- j m
give more freedom of transit to Amer n . ... mn 7t VWrtrmi f ' Germany S iaiesi levy numuers OUU,vuv juuius, ucu a.
rdl I IS I U I III U I V Howevert Germany has ample reserves already under arms;
rlULl U 111 UU (Jl ll I1' and can send reinforcements wherever needed, as was shown
- when the Germans recaptured Burnhaupt-Lehaut without
1 weakening their lines elsewhere, v : V
:nis? i n ! aii ii7Mi 11
IS SERIOUSLY ILL:
ecured from Smart's attorneys this
. morning in regard -to-It filltg except
that the tiate or Its filing is tincertain.
tinder the Hawaiian statutes, Immedi
ate filing is not necetaary, in fact, It
might be delayed for scvetal; years.
Until it Is filed in the circuit court
here, the expected contest cannot de
velop. Meanwhile the legal battle for
possession of the child will be shaping
wp. - . .;, ,. . ' .
Attorney W, A. Kinney, one of coun
el for Mrs, Knight, did not arrive on
the Sierra this morning. At the f-
nccs or i-rear. Prosser. Anderaan A
frightened of the movement. He was
doing nothing attths time he waa ask
ed to lift her feet, but just watching.
He made'no reply to her remark. She
was then very sick,' a dying woman.
When she said, MDaddy, can't you
help V It was in the nature of an ap
peal to him her eyea were large and
luminous when she made ft. When he
made no reply there was a look on her
face of pain and disappointment. It
would have been a help if he had done
what was asked of him. He was just
to keep her feet from touching any
thing, because she was' so sensitive.
GERMAN WAR LQAN v.
; - IS NuVvilUOTED AT
TWO PER CENT ABOVE
BERLIN. Germany, Jan. 11. The
German war loan Is quoted at 2 per
ceni aoove par. - .
Marx, with some of whom Mr. Kin- there was no weight at all for him
u carry, iuere was pruuauij nau
hour between the time Miss Dpziei
SMART'S DOMINANCE AND i
ney was associated when he was llv
I n a he re. It warn ulrf thia
that he will probably arrive early next Mked hlm to help when We took het
y. week. ' arrive eany next from sleeping-porch to make hei
Attorn fi u irik . bed fresh, and the, time : when we
- fconference this morning but' wthina broughV h baC,k and 8ne 'mad1? her
wcvciopcQ vp to an early hour th s " , T 77 .7. " , ' rCr ,
J nrloail Vi Q ha AA tint An aitvthtno It
response to her request I got, the
Impression that he lacked something 1
that is found in most normal persons.
He struck me as a man lacking force
. That Thelma Paif. mu.-u- Youho Husband's Manner.
Ited her babv aon h... k. i... He not got a pleasing or en-
band, Henry Gaillard Smart, dominated gaIn manner. He at in the room
hie glrl-wift; that she acted a If she ,u themoml. looking at amaga:
ad lost her will-power, Is the sworn lne which H dld not 88em that he
declaration of a San Francis rL wa reading, but just waiting for the
Tesslonal nurse, Christina May Kirk- ,Ume Pas';.JT11r waa ?Qn.da7 morn'
Patrick. She attended Mrs. Smart on ln!nanld h ? not ? out ? ,l.he r??m
her death bed. " 'until lunch time. THr. and Mrs. Dal-
Thia declaration fa contained In the ' .Maf . tor lmch"n d
affidavit ofth. nun fiuf in h. t 2 o clock they came up to Mrs.
tf Judge. Matthewman at Kailua, last ftJ?' anlMrv,SmiftJha1v&
vntk in support of Mrs. Fred Knight's . T' " - w" o7.:
petition that th rhtM k. ir.M JL.- stayed in her room all day.
vounn .m w..r I don't remember exactly how lone
duardianahla r , " ie was there on Monday, but he camel
-I think .h. aa ! , ku iiiil ii. P from his luncheon at the time shT
Crnart dominated her.- d.are. the waa. to" have her desert Hei
ing her; her mother fed her most o;
the time, and wanted to be with hex
most of the time. At that time when
Associated Press by FwJeraJ Wireless
CHICAGO, III, Jan.;i1. Mme. Schu
mann-Heink, noted contralto, Is aeri-
the trail when he and his horse went ously ill with bronchial pneumonia.
tumbling into the canyon. Lieut Pal
mer says he does not remember part
ing company with his horse.' When he
regained consciousness there", were
several Japanese men around him with
lanterns, who proceeded r to help him
to the top of the gulch. They refused
to help him find hia horse or to go
with him to Haleiwa, but sold him a
lantern, and about 9 o'clock Lieut
Palmer reached Jthe Haleiwa hotel in
a semi-conscious condition. Thouah
covered with cuts and bruises there'
were no broken bones nor injuries of
a serious nature.
Relapsing r into unconsciousness
Lieut Palmer was transported by au
tomobile to the Schofleld hoepital,
out tne next morning he insisted upon
organizing a party to search for his
horse, a very fine animal valued at i
over $500 that he had purchased from
the Juarez race track, and to which
he was greatly devoted. The horse
was found 200 f eeto below the point
SHOVN IN REPORT
." -' .; i .4,''" - -
British Believe Allies Will
A number of changes in the present T.njlTifJI "F.ryrrUnA Xa-n 11 Trio "Rritiri A-rnprf.?t riplipva
. bcokkeectog amLinsiness system of 77- iiIZ 1
handling this county's finances Is rec- inai me Allies Will auempt noimng; aecisive m iue vvitj- ui a
ommended by H. EL Wescott the ac-' ft0nefirterl offensive move until Jin "iron rinff, has been welded
around Germany on all the fronts.. ? : ': i
This plan accords with an anecdote imputed to Jiord Kitch
ener. It is reported that he said: MI do not know-when the
war will end but I know when it will begin. Next May."
countantappoincM to make the audit
Us of the county auditor and
That the wireless chain that is to
from which it had fallen, its hlo connect the nation's capital with the
broken and otherwise terribly injured, nation's farthest outpost in the Phil-
It had to be shot It "was found that iPPines is soon to be completed, with
Lieut Palmer had fallen 75 feet down Hawaii an important link, Is indicated
the steen alone, with two sheer dmna 7 advices jUBt received from Wash
of so fPt hi mmtm fmm !ath m Igton. Bids have been asked for the
serious Injury is considered almost construction of 600-foot towers at &n
TO STAR! WORK
II BIG DRYDOCtt
nurse In that portion of her affidavit
concerning the wUI which leaves the
hulk of the great estate of Thelma
Parker to her young husband.
The nurse'a affidavit also goes Intc
deuil concerning alleged neglect of his
dying wife by Smart. ,
SThe Nurse's Affidavit I- '
The affidavit of the nurse. PhrlRtlna
May. KIrkpatrick, Is as follows: . I
STATEMENT OF CHRISTINA MAY
. .. - ... ivixvnjTAimUK.
. My name Is Christina May KIrkpat
Hck. I have lived all my life in San
tYancisca I started professional nurs
ing in 1901 and it has been my . oc
cupation ever since. I first knew Mrs.
Smart the Sunday morning I was call-'
d In there, which was three days be
fore she died. It was. November 15,
and she died Tuesday, November 17,
at 7 o'clock. As regards my first im
pression of Mr. Smart, I would siy that
I arrived there about 9 o'clock Sunday
morning, and Miss Dozier and . I were
carrying Mrs. Smart from her sleeping-porch
into the bedroom. I sup
ported Mrs. Smart- I had one hand
tinder, her knees and the other under
her backhand Miss Dozier was sup
porting her head. Miss Dozier said
IRON SETTEES. VASES AND
V v RAILINGS. ,
H. E HENDRICK, LTD,
(Continued on page eight)
CARNIVAL HEADS MEET
WITH ARMY COMMITTEE
James D. Dougherty, director-gener
al of the Mid-Pacific Carnival and
Will Wayne, secretary, spent several
hours at Schofleld Barracks this morn
ing confering with tha board appoint-
Francis B. (Drydock) Smith, chief
engineer of the San Francisco Bridge
Company-Hawaiian Dredging Company
combination that holds the Pearl Har
bor Drydock contracts, was a return
ing passenger in the Sierra this morn
ing. He has been away from Hono
lulu for an extended period, first In
Washington as an expert in the long-drawn-out
drydock controversy and
later, after the new contract was
signed, superintending the fabrication
of steel that is to be used in the dock
under the new construction plans.
Accompanying "Drydock" Smith' is
F. W. Camp, a concrete expert , who
will have charge of removing the con
crete that was placed In the bottom
I Diego, Pearl Harbor, and Cavite, P. I.,
three .of these monster masts being
contemplated for each station.
The original project for navy wire
less communication, announced more
than, a year ago, included stations at
Samoa and Guam, but these have been
cut out now. The chain will be Wash
ington-San Diego-Pearl Harbor-Cavite.
There is a big station nearing com
pletion at Darien, in the Canal Zone,
and this may be used as a relay be
tween San Diego and' Washington, al
though experiments have proved that
San Francisco and Arlington can get
! direct communication without trouble.
The wireless towers at Pearl Har
bor will be located between the dry
dock nd the hospital site, near the
harbor line. No definite information
regarding the bidding has Been re
ceived as yet by the navy civil engi
neers here, bub the following was re
ceived this morning by the Star
Bulletin from the Bureau ot Yards
and Docks in Washington:
'Sealed proposals, indorsed, 'Pro
posals for Steel Towers,' will be re
treasurer for the years 1913 and 1914N
Wescott finished his report Saturday
afternoon and submitted it to Territo
rial Treasurer McCarthy.
Among other features of his report
is a condemnation of the present form
oi voucners, warrant system ana "col
or' system, and a recommendation
that the burden of maintaining tho I
Hawaiian band be borne, at least in
pan, by the hotels and societies re
ceiving benefits from it This latter
item amounts to 128,000 annually.
The expert submits a draft of a
voucher form which he advises be
adopted in place of the present one,
also a proposed form of cash book for
the treasurer's office and a list of ad
ditional, ledger accounts. " Among his
A revision of Section 84. Act, 118.
respecting the duties of the auditor.
making it necessary to audit each and
every claim and certify thereto before
passing to board of supervisors for
'Require more details on claims.
such as dates. Quantities, etc. etr. I
have notes of a number of demands
paid for teaming, eta, without dates
or description of work done.
"A department under jurisdiction of
auditor for standardizing purchases
of office supplies for all eitv and mnn.
ty offices, furniture and fixtures and
printing, etc., to verify bill for nmh
and maintain a Jobbers Index of
counts payable: to prevent duplicate
charges passing for payment
"A portion at least of Hia niu....
- w yfUOQ
of supporting the Hawaiian band ($28,
000 annually) should ho Wno , w
tels and 8ocietip rfvofvinfr t.AMi,.
therefrom. , .
Denying Approval to American Red '"'
Cross Exp edition. Russia Halts it
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 11. Washington has been
informed that Russia has withheld approval of the American ;
Red Cross expedition organized for the relief of German and
Austrian prisoners held in great numbers in detention cdmp3
in Siberia; The expedition, which left Peking, has been halted
at Harbin; " I'-:
Roumaiiia &pecte to Join Var Soon
LONDON, England, Jan. 11. Difficulties in financing
provisioning and providing guns and ammunition for the Bou-
manian army has hitherto delayed the entrance of Roumani
into the war. The difficulties have now been surmounted and
early participation of this country is probable, according to
reports received liere from the capital -
Berlin Denies FreQch Mailing Gain
BERLIN, Germany, Jan. 11; Today's official bulletin ilo
nies all the reports of gains by French and asserts that socio
ground has been recaptured before Perthes, where the French
are declared to have lost heavily. ..Weather is bad on the east
and inactivity in Poland continues. ' '
PARIS, France, Jan. 11. OfTicial. 'Intermittent and
rather weak cannonading is taking place from the sea to tho
'river Lys. '. .?;V ::M :-. :'C'' '
; "Near Labassee we have captured a German trench. ' Near.
Soissons we have repulsed' attacks against Spur 132 and fol
lowed with a, charge, capturing 500 yard3 of .trenches and as
suring; permanent ; possession of ' the spur. North of Perthes
we have gained 20Q yarcb of trenches. ' North of Beausejcur
the enemy twice desperately attempted and twice failed to re
capture a small fori. The remainder of the front is calm.".--
ed' by Maj.-gen. William H. Carter to
handle the military features of the 0f the sections which "blew up" when
ceieorauon. me Doara consusia oi numnine waa started almost two rear
the commanding officers of the Tar-1 ago. To shiD out this old concrete
ious organizations nn Oahu.
As a result of the conference 1st
Lieut Robert P. Harbold, 23th Infan
try, probably will be" appointed r ath
letic officer, and 1st Lieut Charles
has proved a stupendous Job. and It is
understood that some new methods
will be tried out in handling this part naval stations named, upon deposit of
of the work.
'Drj dock' Smith and Camp, accom-
IL Rich, chairman of the committee in'panled by Walter P.: Dillingham. .gen
charge of military bands. Director-' era! manager ot the Hawaiian Dredg
General Dougherty said today that the ing Company, left for Pearl Harbor
plana for the part which the army will, this morning to Inspect the work that
take In the Carnival are rapidly ma
terializing. and that th? program will
be arranged to 'suit tfce convenience
of the board;
e m .
CORNELXJANS TO BANQUET.
. The Cornell Club will hold its annual
banquet this eveninz at 6:30 o'clock
Merchant and Alakea Stt, fX the Vnivergity Clubt d ; "
has already been done towards clear
ing the debris out of . the ship basin.
According to recent estimates it may
be a full year before new construction
work is started, it being necessary to
clean out the dock site, do consider
able dredging and build a floating dock
to handle the huge concrete blocks
that are to be sunk in place to form
. bottom. o tg new drydock, , :
. FAIR COMMISSION
j. n. a. Williams was elivtvf vw
chairman of the Hawaii Pair rwim?
tivA At th bureau of yards and "?u ai meeting of that organization
iuw ii.ernoon. xnr. Williams will tnlra
me piace of Chairman H. P Wrvwf
wno leaves for San Francisco Wed
SetUement of the question of pro-
uug music ior the Hawaiian build
ing was deferred until a meeting at
11 o'clock tomorrow morning. A pro-
pouiuon presenteo: ny w. H. Barnard
to establish a . tourist association in
San Francisco and Honolulu with rep-
icueuwuves in &an Diego and Los
Angeles, with request for 1 1000 to
oe usea lowara eauiDDlne a San Pra.
Cisco office, was laid on the table 1in
til an opinion can be secured from the
attorney-general on the teeaiitr it
, .. . y
ouvu. au Byruprwuon. ; m ma letter
xiarnara says he is conEidering J. Wal
ter Doyle as bne of his chief; aHit.
docks, navy department, Washington,
D. C and at the U. S. naval station,
Cavite, P. I., uhtil 11 o'clock a. m.,
February 27, 1915, and then and there
publicly opened, for the construction
and erection of three 600-foot steel
towers at each of the following naval
stations: San Diego, Cal Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii, and Cavite, P. I. Plans
and specifications may be obtained on
aDDlicalion to the bureau or at tne
f25 as aecuritv for their return. H. R.
Stanford, chief of bureau. December
25. 1914." v
The letting of this contract has been
delayed owing to the difficulty in se
curing title to the site chosen for the
San Diego station. The fact that con
struction work at all three stations Is
to be included in one contract makes
it almost certain that there will be no
local bidders- in the field.
.-V. . .. I '-;-:'-'
Steps have been taken whereby-the
Peru, turnpike In-Vermont, one of the
best toll roads in . the country, will
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. llv-Susar:
96 deg. test 4.045 cents. - Prvl
quotation, 4,05- jat-, - '.'',.'
Frencli Uar Acr chna Bssts German
Jan. 11. A French war aeroplane after
a thrilling duel in the air with a German plane "brought dz'rn
the German within the lines at Amiensl The German pilot
NO FURTHER NEWS ON REPORTED SINKINTG OF CERMAN CR'Ji:.r:.
Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon no further news had beei rcceiv:d t
the Star-Culletin concerning the reported sinklnj cf the -Cerman cru::;r
Vori Der Tann by the British warship 'nyincibie Associated Press ra
spatories this morning cast doubt on t he 'story. A local German resi. t
z-iit th3t the Vcn der Tann r''clpated in the re'eent, naval raid cn t'--u--ts
cf Cr;'--i zr.i h-rcs cculi not have fctrn tvs rur.:-;J l-" '
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