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VOL X. NO. 4133
lO PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16 1908-10 PAGES
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CATHCART SCORNS DEMAND TO WITHDRAW
FLEET IS DELAYED BY HEAVY STORM
Cathcart Will Stay
On Republican Ticket
Tho attempt In force .tolm Cathcart
off (ho Hupubllcati ticket has falU'il.
Ily undcihuud methods tho Advertiser
lias tried to I nil nop some of tho prom
inent paity loaders to kick Catlicnrt
out, an was cluno to Kaea, lint C.ithc.iit
will stay put.
The entire Hint tor Ik eiivoloiiod In
much mystery, the lenders declining to
give out anything at present, vvliflo
Cuthcait Hays that ho la liouuil to sec
locy In tho matter, ami that ho can
Kay nothing until ho has lieen released
lie did Bay enough, howuicr, to show
that tho attcinptH to foico him out
hail nttoily railed.
"I am certainly olng to stay on the
Smashed Door To
Get At Hearst
OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 16. The doors of William Randolph Hearst's
stateroom were broken, down on board the train here today by the Sheriff,
charged with the duty of serving the papers in the Haskell libel suit on
Hearst. Governor Haskell has sued Hearst for $50,000. libel. The
Sheriff, after some difficulty, served Hearst with the summons to appear
a i i m
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 16. The Servian guerrillas have
burned bridges and cut off the capital of Bosnia.
When Train Burns
DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 16. A train of refueees fiom the ereat forest
fire section of the Statewa& burned today.Fifteenpeppleperishcd.
Tho naval patrol wan t.ent nshnro not to cotno too close to some of thu
this noon, and shortly after noon boat launches with their trailers of whale
loads or tars fiom tho vessels l)lug boats. Three boats hitched to tho
out In tho stieam began to come Morn of each launch cariled probably
ashore. Hlinru leave Is piotty goner- an liiaus as 00 or "0 men at each
al this afternoon, men being oil from load,
afternoon, she had to inuucim r to the till of the vessels.
Walklkl side of tho channel In order Ah the Aorangi was going out this
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ticket," said Cathcart. "I shall go on
the stump soon."
While tho otllclal sources tire closed,
enough wan learned fiom outside sour
ce R to tihow In general what the Ad
vertiser plot, In which A. S. Hum
phi ejs nppoirs to ho an active factor,
consists of. Those facts also explain
the ollod nlluslon tnado In tlio Adver
tiser this morulai; ax follows:
"Today tho leaders of tho party will
confer with XI r. Cathcart mi the sub
Joct. He will he linked to decide be
tween party hainiouy and party dis
cord; between lctoiy for Ilcpiibllcnn
IioIIcIck and his personal prldo. Upon
Ills aiiKwer will depend things of the
utmost party and personal moment."
and see our Men's Clothes.
If you get on a suit of
you'll WANT it. You see
what you are buying, when
you get it on, and the label
tells you that it is made in the
latest correct New York fash
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Accident Occurred Near
Brisbane No One
After bursting tho main steam plpo
and lying helplees for two days at
Brisbane, the Canadian-Australian
liner Aorangi, Captain J. I). S. Phil
lips', arilvcd In port this morning,
3G hours behind schedule time. Thu
tracking of the pipe occurted a short
tlmo before nrilval at Brisbane. No
one was Injuicd at tho tlmo of thu
A crack to tho main steam plpo
which Unentered an explosion that
would fill tho engine room with scal
ding vapor and possibly causo loss of
life, was noticed beforo arrival at
Brisbane, and u delay of two days
was found necessary.
Xloro delay was found tit Suva, and
till prospect of keeping on schedule
During the trip fine weather lias
been encountered, though stiff trades
have been bucked Into the last few
days, with occasional squalls and
Tho Aorangi carries eighty through
passengers. A latgu transfer mail
of lltr bags, for tho China, was put
ashore this muinitig, some of It be
ing composed of letters home from
the men of the American Atlantic
Tho automobile ordinance has been
sustained by u decision of tho Supremo
Couit llilfi morning In the appeal of
0. i:. Schaufer fiom tho District Court.
Judge Andrado found Schaefer guilty
of "scorching" In his machine, and ho
tlioietipon carried tho case to thu Su
premo Court on tho ground that tho
local automobile ordinance is void as
being contrary to lliu Eth and 14th
amendments of tho Constitution
The opinion of tho Supremo Court,
written by Justice Wilder, confines It
self in tlm main to a discussion of tho
constitutionality of tho Act, and tho
Jr.lKtnent or the lower court Is af
firmed. It Is a well-known .fact that
nuto did vols In this city nro" prone to
speed their machines at u rrto of
speed dangerous to tho iieilublrlun.
Tho syllabus or tho opinion Is ns
Counties constitutionality of auto
mobile ordinance. Ordinance 5 of the
County or Oahu. relating to the regis
tuition Identification, use and opera
tion or motor cats, is not contrary to
the 5th or Hth amendments or tho
The Fleet Uall, which was to havo
been hold at tho Moann Hotel last Sat
urday, October 10th, and for which
Invitations were sent out, will bo held
Saturday, October I7th, Tho Invlta
(Ions will bo good for thut dale. Tho
ball will bo one of the most attractive
functions ot tho seabon.
Want you to know
how we conduct our
executive and ad
ness. A responsible, honest corporation is
the safest executor to have. A single
man may MEAN well, but
023 FORT ST.
New life will be Injected Into the
Itepubllcan citiipalgn after today.
The leadeis have nut been quite sat
isfied with tho manner In which
things have been going, and al
though there has been no lack of suc
cess, they Intend to work things up
to the highest pllih. I'or this leasou
it has been decided to place Solomon
Kalciopu, a veteiau campaigner and
ti power In the I'lfth District, In
charge of the actual running of tho
Campaign, such as meetings, statis
tics, etc. He will stnv at hendquiir
tois from morning till night, ready
to answer nil questions and to tnko
up nil tile details of the campaign as
tliucy come up He will also take
chat go or sucu limners ns may bo
employed, Tho party has succeeded
In getting together enough subscrip
tions from private sources to be a
little moro liberal In Its expenditures
than It lias been heretofore, and as u
(Continued on Page 2)
BOAT RACES MONDAY
Late Arrival of Second
Owing to the delay in the arrival of
thu second division of thu cruiser
squadron, the boat races which weru
scheduled for Sunday wilt not bo held
until .Monday On that day there will
bo two, liovvmer n racu between
picked crows fium tho destroyeis Hull
and Truxtiin, and another between thu
South Dakota and Tennessee.
Thu South Dakota Issued a chal
lenge to tho Tennesseo IWiiru tho
ships left Sninoan waters, thu taco to
bo run two days after lliu arrival of
the Tennessee in this port, The South
(Continuedon Page 2)
Republican Xliuinnkaniiil.i, Pa-
Demociatlc Prank Harvey's
f Homo Itule-I.nbor Kow.ilo
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The Best Thing Yet. Ask
for it at our Soda Fountain.
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Our men on the wagon liandle all
parcels with infinite care. Let them
WOULD STRIKE OUT
Colburn Files Petition;
Says She Is Not
Heir At Law
John V Colbuin has filed a petition
In the Circuit Court asking that tho
contest of Ahagall K. Knwannnako.i
or the will or her latu husband ho
stricken from the records, on tho
giound that nowhere In tho records
does It appear (hat she Is an heir at
law of Prince David nor is she en
titled under the law to any portion
it the estate or the late prince.
jsottce Is given that a hearing of tho
letltlou or John I' Colbuin will bo
held before Judge l.lndsn) on Monday,
HOW TO BAKE AND
PROPERLY FLAVOR CAKE
Tho Van Duzer Kxtrnct demonstra
tion tomorrow morning will take placo
us usual In tho (lining hall of tho V.
W. C. A. from 0.30. till 11 o'clock. Tho
expert demonstrator will lntioduco
some novelties In the cake-mlklug lino,
and show- how cako should be flavored.
Tho cako will bo baked on one or the
Honolulu (las Co.'s gas ranges, and
lltivorcil Willi tho Van Duzer h Co.'s.
famous flavoring extracts. All nru in
vited to attend mid sample the-cook-cry
with n cup of Xliiy'01d"l6"na
It. K. Donlno gavo an Impromptu ex
hibition of his volcano moving-pictures
to a small audience last evening. Xlns
on Xlltchell. Percy Hunter, II, P.
Wood. V. II. Ilabbltt. J. P, Cooke, A.
H. Tord, C. C. Albright, mid others
were among those present. Thero
were also a number of ladles present
In Xlr. Bonlne's studio.
.Mr. .llonlne's p'e'itretJ aro wonder
fully reullstlc, anj ha vv congratu
lated by all those who saw Ida woik.
JUDGE ROBINSON' '
GOES TO MAUI
Judgo Ilobltison, of tho Circuit
Com t. will leave here for Maul next
Tuesday to try a number of cases in
which Judgo A. N. Keiioikal Is dis
qualified, tho cases having been bo
fore him piovlnusly. Tho Judge will
ho away about three weeks.
DANCE AT SEASIDE'
HOTEL THIS EVE
A dance In honor or the Pacific Fleet
will he given at the Honolulu Seasulu
Hotel this evening. A special dinner
will be served In tho open lanal rrom
six Ihlity until eight. Music for both
dinner and dancing will be furnished
by the Knal Rico Club. A cordial if
vltatlou to all Is extended.
IMvvnril V. Tovvnsend of Xloutclalr,
N. J., nuthor or the "Chlmmlo Fudden"
stories, was nominated for congiess
by tho democratlii convention ot tho
"th district ot New Jersey,
25c, 35c, 50c, and 75o.
DINNER 50c and 75c.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET. ,f
TflVfrt Tnn,n fnt Ml Tl,
day. The weather is very stormy and
to ride out the Heavy weatner at sea,
It appear from this that nu enor
afternoon cable jestcrday to the effect
by Japanese worships.
Jumped From Ferry
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 16.Florcncc Scott of Honolulu at
tempted suicide today by jumping from a ferryboat as it was crossing
the bay. Her act was caused by illness.
The only Florenre Scott given In thu directory Is Florence J. Scott,
Christian Scientist; Hlltc Building. .Miss Scott Is known to bo In Oak
land, having gone to thu Coast In the
Mr. Scott of llllo.
Loss A Million
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 16. Fire on the docks of the Calumet river did
a million dollars' worth of damage today. Fifteen men perished in fight
ing the flames.
Storm Delays Fleet;
Other Vessels Late
A storm at ica Is thu cnuso for u
delay of one day In tho arrival liefo
or tho Second Division ot the Pacific
Fleet, an il presumably of other ship
ping which wj'i due ently this morn
ing and failed to show up. Tho crul-
fcers will ai rive tomorrow Instead ot
this morning, ".z expected, and tho
China anil Mara inn, both ot which
should have been oft port early this
morning, are nlso late.
The news of tho storm came to tho
West Virginia by wireless, tho mes
sage stating that a delay of a day
was caused. It Is presumed that
tioublo was hud with tho tows In
Conditions here have for home tlmo
Indicated that bad weather prevailed
at sea, and the Aorangi, which arriv
ed this morning, had squalls to en-
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AM...i.nu IMaa 11, ia tint fA1ArfWl Tla
it is believed the Fleet stood off
oicuned In tho Associated Press
that the Fleet had been greeted
last Alameda. She Is sister of.
loiiuter, with hc.tv trades, though'
bho escaped thu storm.
j Tho China, which is one of tho
fast and piompt boats of thu Pacific
Jlull fleet, Is fu'l duo and over. Tho
,dcluy In tho nrrlvnl of tho XInruniu.
is no moro than might bo aicouuted -for
under ordinary circumstances.
This morulas tho cruisers Colo
I ado, South Dakota, and Pennsylva
nia moved out Into the stream, to al
low space for thu docking of tho
California, Tennessee, and Washing
ton when they arrive tomorrow. All
the coaling of those vessels In port
is now th rough, tho men coming:
nshoiu ns soon as the tidying ship
process Is over, possibly this evening
or afternoon, fiom most of the cruis
ers, The West Virginia mid tho
.Maryland will icmalu at tho Alakn.i
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