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VOL. X. NO. 4133
!0 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HA WAH. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16 I908-IO PAGES
AIriiigiIh ....Oct. 2.')'
For San Francisco:
China Oct. Hi
.Mrtintnu Oct. 1C
Moan.t Nov. II
?xzi" it it is worm iiavincr. as mr it , jg
CATHCART SCORNS DEMAND TO WITHDRAW
FLEET IS DELAYED BY HEAVY STORM
Cathcart Will Stay .
On Republican Ticket
Tlio nl tempt to force .liilm Catliearl
otT tliu Republican ticket has failed.
Ily underhand inolhndR llio Advertiser
linn tried to Induce kiiiiio fit llio iirimi
Incut party lenders to kirk C.tthc.irl
out, iih whh done to Kuoa, lint Oulhcart
will Htny put,
Tlio entire matter In enveloped In
Hindi my Hi cry, the lenders declining to
give out un thing at present, while
Cnthcnrt sun that Iio Ih hound to sec
ice In tlio mutter, ntitt 'Hint ho can
nay nothing until ho Imx been rclcui-od
Ho Old nay onoiixti, howoM-r, to show
that tlio attempts to .foicu lilm uut
hail utterly failed. .
"I am certainly golnp to stay on the
ticket," said Cathcart. "I shall go on
tho stump soon."
While the official MiurccH uro cloved,
enough wan learned from outside sour
ces to hIhiw in general whnt the Ad
vertiser plot. In which A. S. Hum
phreya appears to ho an active fiirlor,
consists or. Those facts also expliiln
the veiled allusion ni.ido In the Adver
tiser HiIk morning ax follows-
"Today tliu loaders of the parly will
ronfer with Mr. Calhcart oil tlio huI
Ject. Ho will he asked to iieelilo ho
twei'ii pnity harmony mid party dls
roid; between lclnry for Hepnhllcin
policies and Ma personal pride. Iipnii
his answer will depend thlnss of tho
utmost parly mid personal moment."
A lending factor III the uiso Ih tioo
Wan Hoy, who It Is understood make
I !! !' ! I l.-y M-.
Smashed Door To
OMAHA, Nth., Oct. 1G. The doors of William Randolph Hearst's
stateroom were broken down on board the train here today by the Sheriff
churned 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 s.omc difficulty, served Hearst with the summons to appear
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 16. The Servian guerrillas have
burned bridfics and cut oil tho cauital of Bosnia.
REFUGEES PERISH WHEN TRAIN BURNS
DETROIT. Mich., Oct. 10. A train of rcfueccs from the urrat forest
fire section of thn State was burned today. Fifteen people perished.
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i umfl i lutfie tbrMen
ilellullo charge' against Cathcart In
uounei tl'in with tho rasa that wan
llrst tried In llio Circuit Court ot
iKiiiia, In which one Paid was III
I A 11 ii 1 1 e 1 1 n ropoi ler saw (loo
(Willi Hoy lit his office In the Me-
C.i nil less hnlldlnp this forenoon, and
u.ihed 111 in alioiit tho facts of the Pn-
lea tmso. (Ion Wan Hoy sociue
liuteli frightened and took the ic
porter to an Inner loom, closed tlw
'door, and nssurei) lilm that ho cimtd
'tell him nothing about the matter,
beyond the fact that ha had been be
hind l'alcu ami was for that reason
Interested In the ease. Ho would
nut oven say anything about such
minor details 'u where tho caso had
been linirdi hut finally told tho re
porter that If lie would enmn hack In
fifteen mluiitc.t !iu would tell lilm tlio
facta, ,e blent ly wanting tills time
In order lo confer with t-nnieouc.
After fifteen minutes the reporter
) returned, and was again taken Into
'the Inner otllce. whoro (too Wan Hoy
, b:iIi1; "I inn tell you that Cathcart
I The leporter piessed for further
details, hut Coo got much excited
and ileellued in say anything more.
(Continued on Page 3;
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and sec our Men's Clothes,
If you get on ;i suit of
you'll WANT it. You sec
what you arc buying, when
you get it on, and the label
tells you that it is made in tho
latest coirect New York fash
Fort and Hotel Sts,
New life will ho Injected Inl'j llio
Republican cimp.ilgn after today.
Thojeaders have not- been quite sat
Islled with tlio manner In which
tilings Ji.ivc been going, and al
though thcro has been no lack of suc
cess, tlioy intoMil to work things up
to the hlRhest-pltcli. For this reason
It has been decided to place Solomon
Kulclnpu, u vctcian campaigner and
a power in the Mftli District, in
charge of tho actual running of tlio
campaign, such tin meetings, statis
tics, cte. 'Ho, will stay at lieadqunr
tcis from morning till night, ready
to answer nil. questions and to take
up all tho details of tho campaign as
tliuoy coiun up He will also tako
chargo'of alien limners aa may liej
employed. Tim party. has succeeded
In gottlug together enough subscrip
tions from prhnto sources to ho n
little morn liberal 111 Its expenditures
than It has been heretofore, and as u
(Continucdon Page 2)
The automobile ordinance has been
sustained by a decision of the Supicmo
Court thin morning In the appeal of
(I. K. Schaefer fiom the District Court.
Judge Andrnde found Schaefer guilty
of "hcorehlng" In his machine, and ho
(heicupon carried tho ease to the Su
premo Court on llio ground Hint tho
local automobile ordinance Is void us
being contrary lo tliu Clli mid llth
amendments or the Constitution
The opinion of thn Supremo Court,
wiltlen by Justice Wilder, routines It
self In the main lo a discussion of the
eoui.lltiillonnllty of the Act, ami the
Judgment of the lower court la nf
llrmed. It is it well-known fact that
auto dilvcni in this city are prone to
speed their luiehlnes at it re'o of
speed dauGerotiB i n,0 pedestrian.
i no iiyiiuium oi niu opinion la na
Counties constitutionality of auto
mobile ordinance. Ordinance fi of tho
County or Oalm. relating to the icglS'
tiatlou lilcnli llciillon. use and opera
Hon of motor e.iis, Is not contrary to
the Gth or llth amendments of (ho
The Fleet Hall, which was to have
been held at tho Moana Hotel last Sat
urday, October 10th, and for which
Invitations woio sent out, will be held
Saturday. October 17lh. Tile Invita
tions will bo good for Hint dale. The
ball will be one of tho most nttr.ictivo
functions of tho season.
A (amen pin lias been lost. A ru
waid Is offered. See Lost column.
Want you to know
how we oonduot our
exeoutive and ad
ness. A responsible, honest corporation is
the safest executor to have. A single
man may MEAN well, but
023 FORT ST,
WOULD STRIKE OUT
Colburn Files Petition;
She Is Not
Heir At Law
Colburn has died a petition
rrull rVturt nslthit? thtit' tltn
the Circuit Court asking that' tho
contest of Abagall K Kawananakoii
ofi tho will of her late husband bo
ptrlckcn from tho records, on, tho
ground that nowhere In the records
does It appear that (die Is an heir at
law of I'rlnce David nor Is she en
titled utid'ir the law to any portion
of the eslnlti of tliu late prince.
Notice Ih given that a bearing of the
petition of John F. Colburn will bo
held before Judge Lindsay on .Monday,
nilAI RACES MONDAY
Late Arrival of Second
Owing to tlio delay In the arrival of
tliu second division of Hie cruiser
squadron, tlio Imnt races which wero
scheduled for H inula' will not he held
until Monday1. On tjt y thcro will
bo two, howexer a raco between
picked crews from the destroyers Hull
anil Truxtuii, and another diet ween tho
South Dakota and Tennessee.
The, South Dakota Issued a chal
lenge to tho Tennessco beforo tho
ships left Sainoan waters, tho raco tn
bo run two days after tho arrival of
tlio Tennessee In this port. Tho South
(Continued on Page 2)
Republican Maunakanialii, I'a
lama, Democratic I'nunn.
Democratic Frank Harvey's
Homo Itiilu-I.abor -Kewalo.
HOW TO BAKE AND
Tho Van Purer L'xtract demonstra
tion tomorrow morning will take place
as usual lu the dlnlnc hall of the V.
W. C. A. from '.i.tiu till II o'clock. Tho
expert demonstrator will Introduce.
Mime noteltles In the rako-mlklng lino,
and blinw how eake should bo flavored.
Tho cako will bo baked on one of tho
Honolulu Oat, Co.'h gas ranges, and
flavored with, the Vsn Duzcr's Co.'h.
famous flavoring extracts. All are In
vited lo attend and (-ample tho cook
ery wllh a cup of Mny'H Old Knnn
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. XING.
' The Best Thing Yet. Ask
for it at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Our men on the wagon handle all
parcels with infinite caro. Let them
handle yours, ,
Applauded and cheered by tho noon
hour political crowd, (leorgo Kneit,
who was nominated by tlio Uepuhllcan
convention and later bounced out by
tho County Committee, npiiearcil on
tho soup box today and nddiessed tliu
His mi I re was rather fcerlsh, hut
ho did his besl to explain his position
as ho stood In Hie community.
Ho slated that the Uepuhllcan party
was alright, hut the men behind It
wero mi good. "Those threo men, At
kinson, Lane ami Chllllngworth, aro
running the party," said Kaea. He
admitted Hint he was n gambler once,
hut now ho was refcrmode and was
conducting an independent business.
"Chllllngworth;" said ho, "alto gam
bled with me and this was witnessed
by many peoplo."
Ho asked tho Miters tn glvo their
support for lilm on election day be
cause Iio was one of their kind.
R K. Ilonlne gave nn Impromptu ex
hibition of bis volcano movlng-plctures
to n small audience last evening. Mas
on Mitchell, I'eicy Hunter, II. I'.
Wood, W. It. Ilahbltt, J. P. Cooke. A.
II. Ford, C. C. Albright, and Others
wero among tlioso present. Thcro
wero also a number of ladles present
In Mr. Ilonlno'a studio.
Mr. Houluo'a pictures nro wonder
fully realistic, and ho was congratu
lated by all tboso who saw his work.
GOES TO MAUI
Judge Koblnson, of tlio Circuit
Court, will lenvn hero for Maul next
Tuesday to try n number of cased In
which Judge A, N. Kcpoikal Is dis
qualified, tho cases having been be
fore hlni previously. The Judge will
ho away about threo weeks.
DANCE AT SEASIBE
A danco in honor of the Pacific. Fleet
will bo given nt tho Honolulu Seaside
Hotel this evening. A special dinner
will bo served In tlio opan lannl from
six thirty until eight. Music for both
dinner mid dancing will be furiiibhed
by tho Kanl Glee Club. A cordial hi
vltatlou to all Is extended,
When up Magdiitcn.i bay the tnrpcdu
dettrojers will travel under their own
cards on sal at
A rumen pin, on Fort street or region
of poslolllre. Return this office
for reward, 4 124-3t
25c, 3Sc, 50c, and 75c.
DINNER 50o and 75c.
A-Litt Ic-At-A-Ti mc
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S.' KINO STREET.
T0KI0. Janan. Oct. 16. The
day. The weather is very stormy and
to nuc out the heavy weather at sea.
It appear fi mil this that an error
afternoon table esterday to the elfett
by Japanese warships"
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 1G. Florence Siott of Honolulu at
tempted suicide today by jumping fiom a ferryboat as it was crossing
the bay. Her act was caused by illuus.
Tho only Florence Scott given in tlio illicrlorj Is Florence J. Scott,
Chrlbtl.in Scientist, Kllto HtilldiiiK. Miss S'ott In known tn be In Oak
land, having gnno tn tho Coast lu the last Alamedn. Shu Is a sitter ot
Mr. Scott of llllo.
Loss A Million
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. IS. Fire on the docks of the Calumet river did
a million dollars' worth of damage today.
Storm Delays Fleet;
Other Vessels Late
A storm nt ira Is the cause for a
delay of ono day In tho arrivnl hero
of the Second Division nf (lie I'arlllc
Fleet, and proiumably of other ship
ping which wj'i due early tlila morn
ing and failed lo show up. Tlio crui
sers will arrive tomorrow Instead ot
tills morning, r.s expected, and thn
China and Marama, both of which
Bhould linvo been off port early tlilH
morning, are I'lsn Into.
Tho news of tho storm came tn tho
West Virginia by wireless, tlio mefc
sage stating thnt a delay nf it day
was caused. It Is presumed that
trouble was hut' with the tows In
Conditions here havo for some tlmo
Indicated thnt bad weaflicr prevailed
at sen, and tho Aorangt, which nrrlv
ed this morning, bad ttquntlx to en
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American Fleet was not trnortcd to
it is believed the Fleet stood off
occurred lu the Assoilated I'rcis
that the FliVl had been greeted .
counter, Willi heavy trades, though
sbo escaped the Blorni.
The China, which ii one of tho
fast and prompt boutn or the I'.tcillu
Mull tleet. Is fu'l due iiud oer. Tho
delay In the arrival of the Mamma
is no more than might he accounted
for under oidir.ury circumstances.
This moriiliii; the cruisers Colo
liido, Smith D.iluita, and Pennsylva
nia moved out into the stream, tn nl
low Hpare for the docking of thn
California, TeuneFee, nnd Washing
ton when they nirlte tomorrow. All
the cnallng of those esncls In port
Is now Ihrouga, the men cominc;
ashore as soon ns the tldjlng ship
proccsH Ih nwr, posilbly this evenhiK
or nflernooii, from most nf the cruis
ers. Tho West Virginia and thn
Mar) land will i cumin at tlio Alako
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