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WAHl.lXGTOK, FtilHUTAHY 12. (Sjioeltil to The ArtvortlBor) By npoclal
illrorlion of Proftltlunt Taft all troopa Htat lotted within tlio (IcpiirtmunUil limit
of the ih'Ht tactical dlviHlon of Goveritor'H Inland, Now York) coitRt Hut lug the first
llrigtulo of from 2500 to !I000 iiilmi woro ordered today to ho hold In roadiitess to
embark on two traiiKiortH at Newport Nowh, Virginia, Immediately on .receipt of
The fourth brigade of the second illviHiou at Chicago, and a brigade at Omaha
and at Fort KubkcII, Wyoming, were nlfco ordered to bo in renditions to move. The
destination was riot specified. 4
LWIMBEi a2c,sJJ!ll?(?r' Jti fr CSvl'
f,VSr S"WLIB'jTr i F"i"r
R'. THE UNITED
"Which is tlio
(By Fedoral Wireless Telegraph.)
EL I'ASO, Texas, February 12.
. (Spaclal to Tho Advertiser)
Burning towns and destroying tho v
property of botli Americans and
Mexicans, the rebel General Sala-
.zar today moved his forces out "or
- Salazar left in ruins Coionia v
Diaz, an American town of a nor- f
mal population of 700 persons.
Colonla Dublan, another American
-town Is reported to have been fired of
and other American colonies aro
All the federal troops at
dad, about 3000 men, today
ed -for Diaz.
DESPEBATE STREET FIGHTING.
Uy Federal Wlrelen Telegraph.) a
CITY OF MEXICO, February 12.
Special to The Advertiser) Resuming Do
At eoventwenty o'clock this morning
the battle that was ended by darkness to
Tuesday evening, the Madero dnd
Diaz forces clashed in a terrific engagement
that lasted until early this afternoon,
when firing ceased.
Formal demand upon Madero that
hostilities be suspended at once was
made by United States Ambassador
Wilson and the German Ambassador. ho
Rebels and Federals conferred on the
For six hours shrapnel flew through
the city's streets, doing tremendous
nENRY LANE WILSON
United Stales Ambaatador to Mexico.
damage to the business buildings and
killing scores of Export
gunners in tbo Diaz ranks shelled
many high buildings where the Madero
guns wero mounted and rifle bullets
spattered against houses occupied by
hundreds of Americans an uoil as Uio
countrymen of tuo coinbWnW, Exploding
shells struck the Mutual Life
Insurance building, setting it on fire, 1
ror two hours the British Legation
was under flro,
BHITIBIt EMBASSY BTRU0K.
The federal battery stationed near
the building drew tlio tire from the
Plat machine fcuiu ud tbo ombowy
STATES EMBASSY IN THE CITY
OF THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT PALAOE,
objective point of nttnek by tbo rebels under Diaz.
wes strnck ly sjvcral shells.
To rcld to iho horror of the situation
thr:o t onsand prisoners were released
from Belcm jprison, the liberated men
scattering to all parts of the city.
Treachery already irevails in sevenl
Spatterpd with the blcod of hundreds
who fell In yesterday's battlo, tho capital's
principal business streets
a ghastly plight at dawn. Tom
nart rt'sT,cmberd bodies littered tho
pavements. Estimates of tho dead
vary from two hundred to one -thou,
sand. Regardless of tho incidental loss
life and tho protests of American
Ambassador Wilson and Senor De La
Barra, a former provisional president,
the struggle was continuo today, President
Madero giving tho order which
sent his forces in a determined assault
Diaz's arsenal stronghold.
PLEADS IN NAME OF HUMANITY.
"In the name of humanity, and as
Mexican who is free frorr. political
and revolutionary parties," pleaded
La Barra with Madero, "I wish to
offer my services in any way possible
effect peaco without farther bloodshed."
Madoro thanked De La Barra,
bnt declared no terms other than an
unconditional surrender could be made
"I am not afraid to die," asserted
Madero, "and I propose to die, if nee
essary, fighting for the right.'' Then
gavo orders for tho renewal of the
Almost tho first shell fired by .the
government's artillery struck the Mutual
Life Insurance building and exploded.
Another building to feel the
effects of the machine guns was the
M. O. A. building, which yesterday
was decorated with the flags of the
It was made the screen yesterday
a scorching spray of bullets and it
was again tho center of attack today.
demolition appears almost a certainty.
CONSUL'S NARROW ESCAPE.
(TW Ffdpral Wlrritia Tderraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, February 12.
(Special to The Advertiser) The
of Arnold Shnnklin
and his staff from tho American- consulate
building during tho 'seven hour
battle between the federal troops and
tho rebels in the streets of Moxico City
yesterday was a sensational one.
Mr. Shanklln broke down two doors
and was thus enabled to pass into and
through an adjoining building and to
make exist on a closed street, which
was at the moment free from ride are.
Tlie consul general and atari earned
along with them a wonndod innu who
had been brought into the consulate
building for temjtorary trcatinout.
AMERICAN WOMEN KILLED.
(Ilr KMfrl Mrirnro rirlwi i
CITY Or MEXICO, February IS,
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Mm,
Holmes, an American womsn, was soot
ami killed during the batter. Mrs.
alto an American woman, wm sua
ltot and killed.
GAZtrtTIf, FKIDAY, PK&RUARY H.
GREAT BRFTAIN FOR INTERVEN
LONDON1. Tnririinnr 19 fn- Aoon.
c.nvux Itcb3 Cable) This morning's
ujv spacers, practically without
ion In discussing the situation in
Moxico, concedo that the United States
has all tho Justification necessary for
intervention in tho affairs of that
ANOTHER CRUISER FOR MEXICO.
HAVANA, Cuba, Fobruary 13. (By
uuauu. jrress uaDie, xne united
Strtrs cruiser Cuba, on station in this
Irarbor, "has received orders to sail at
ti.u vt v era uruz, ivioxico.
GENERAL KAUS TO FRONT.
, VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash
ington. Fflbnianr 13 fUv A.,ni.i..Aii
Press Cable) Brigadier-General Maua
received orders late last ovenlng to at
once Proceed to Albanv Tionr vrv
to take command of he First Brigade,
which has been ordered to hold itself
lareaainess to move.
OTTY OF MEXICO, February 13.
By Associated Press Cable) Anticipating
the resumption of hostilities
lore today "between the federal troops
ox Madero And the rebels under Diaz.
more than 600 of tho American residents
of this city have fled .from their
homea to temporary quarters on tho
vuwuiu vi uio city.
So far it is estimated -that the casualties
in the street m
300 dead and lfiOO wounded, many of
the latter so severely that death must
Mrs. Griffiths, who was wounded
early yesterday by machine gun fire,
died later. ABie Bland, an American
pwukcj, nuus wuuwuK aiong ine street,
'Wajt BtrrtrRlv vrnind.fi In ,v.
United States Ambassador Wilson
aavises au Americans wno can to movo
out or tne city at once, as ho anticipates
some tremeiidmm flrriitnr na
and tomorrow, which will be decisive
of tho fate of the Madero government.
At ten o'clock lust night a brief
artillery battlo opened upon an alarm,
being given of a night attack by the
luuuia uu uio paiaco,
J'lUIiADKM'HIA, February 13.
(H.v Astwlntcd l'rcs Cnlilo) "If
Abraham Lincoln woro ullvo lie ivpulil
' vitl, tie JtermbllPflnn toilnv,"
I'rreulcrit Tuft in tlip course of
Ma Moi!i nt Uio Ujiiou Longuo banquet
linri' Inn nlglit.
LOMBARD! OPERA COMPANY
HERE FOR THREE WEEKS
I BAN 1'ltANCJBCO, 1'ebruary 18.-
WWltMllnl Ln Tin, A,lvarllu U'lil. ...V.
l.tniiiJiil pmruiitp.', (ho I,onilurtll
Orarid 0ir Compnity has been
fi in oiHin mtwttu' taetiou In
UptioluiB. hwI then no on to Jaiwu for
thy flflllineit of Hid young Mikado'
with In iBiioiliict) ocnt'laHtnl mimic
anion Me i.wi'. AlUr Jantu, Aue
Iralln will U l.l(l.
1 1 l
1 BBBBBBaf BSBBBBai
FRANCISCO LEON DE LA'BAIUJE
ornior prov sionnl piosnlout of Mexico,
who is scoking to bring about
CONSTANTINOPLE, February 13
(By Associated Press Cablo) Tho
irand Vizier, Shcflsct Pasha, issued a
ntatement horo today in which ho emphatically
assorts that tho Porto Is
striving to brins: about pjaco and that
every effort will bo inado to end tho
was as scon as possible, by means of
ASKS POWERS TO INTERVENE,
mow Ulrtrvs IHPC"I)(i )
LONDON, Fobruary 12. (Special to
The Advcrtlier) Tho Turkish govern
ment tcday formally requested Sir Ed
ward Grey to invito tho European
Powers to intcrveno to stop tlio Balkan
war. Tho request was communicated
to tlio ambassadors hero, transmitted
It to their rcspcctlvo governments.
Tho ambassadors will meet
Friday to report tho result.
KILL MEN, ABDUCT GIRLS,
(lly rcdernl Wlrelesa lMecrrh.)
SOFIA, Bulgaria, February 12.
(Special to tho Advertiser) Assembling
tho wholo male population of tha
seaport of Buyuk Chimmedjc in tho village
schoolhousc, Turkish troops mas.
sacred them, according to dispatches
received here today. Tho older women
and young children were subsequently
killed and the young girls taken captives,
aboard Turkish vcssols.
KING'S RELATIVES WOUNDED.
1tv FpdiTal Wlrrlrsa relrerapll 1
OETTINJE. Montenegro, Fobruary
12. (Spocial to Tho Advertiser) It
was officially stated hero today that
King of Montenegro's brother was seriously
wounded, aud two of his cousins
fatally injured, in tho recent fight
ing at Scutari:
(Tlr IVleral Wiriest
CHIUSTCHUKCII, Now Zealand,
rtruiiry 12. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
Tho Terra Nova, the vessel
which took Cnptnin Robert I Scott to
tlio Antnrctic on his way to tbo -South
l'olo, mid vhtch returned there to fetch
him back, but instead brought tbo nows
of li s anil bis companions' heroic
dentil, arrived in port this morning.
For a ficott Memorial.
(Ily Jedetal Wirrlcu TtHsraiili.l
LONDON, February 12. (Special to
Tlio Advertiser) Tho Lord Mayor of
London nnnounccd today tho opening
of a "mansion houso" fund for the
erection of a memorial to Captain
Robert 1 Scott and his companions,
who died iu tho Antarctic.
(Dy Federal Wlrelusa Tclerraph.)
LONDON, February 12. (Special to
Tho A'dvortisorJ Militant eutrragouo
today burned down the refreshment halt
in Regents Park. Tho words "Votes ror
Women" wore found scratched in tho
gravel near by.
YAMAM0T0 JS PREMIER
RIOTING IN T0KI0 ENDS
(11 Federal Wirelexi TYlejraph.)
TOKIO, Fehrmuy 12, (Bpecial to
The Advertiser) Rioting, which forced
the retirement of Prince Katsura as
premier, ccasod hero today when Admiral
Count Yamamoto was installed as
head of a now cabinet. Yamamoto 's
selection was a compromise and was
PROGRESSIVES TO STICK.
NEW YOKIC, February 13. (By As
eocinted Press Cable) Colonel Rooso
elt, speaking at the Lincoln dinner
of tho National Progressiva Club last
night, declared the Progressives have
come to stay.
ORDERS SIMPLE FUNERAL
Ml IViierat Win lii. Trletrapli.)
-. KOMK, Tubruary 12. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) l'opo Pius X doelln
od to portnit tho lunorul of bis sister,
Ipa Bar to, to Uko place, in St. J'etur'e
th n n h today, lie ordered u simple
WASHINGTON, February 13,
3y Asaoclated I'reos onble)
At an important meeting of tlio
cabinet with PrMldant Taft Into
lrat night, it wu decided that if
tlie developments iu Mexico are
Bveli that is it dewxl nvcary
tot the United HUtae to InMrvone, w
tho Preataent will lay u faem
rongrea In a 'oal
t aage. It waa deoidtd that utidtr if
if the Jt would be
nrPiier to Uka (Ma onrso or Pro-
, ftdiire bafer aatch wtlou as
i mlfht remit to war, v
Appointments of Committees and
Especially Chairman, May
Kppnl.or Holtioin, for undoubtedly ho
will nuntn prcwldo omr tho destinies ot
t o territorial limine of ripresocitntUeo,
will linve qulto n task on his nanus lit
the mnttcr of aclectinu propor chair
men lor Ills committees.
llirre nro,nly eight ltcpiibllcnus
who wire elected to the coming session,
inclining tin.' spenkrr, who have had
pro.uua experinnco in legislative w,rk
ami tlio notify lioretoforo 1ms been to
sclirt t lie chnirinen from ninoiiu; tlio
retiiriiril meinbors, but thero aro twclvo
ri(.u'nr stniidint; committees to bo
pnln'vii nml no ono liuili should prrslilo
oer mora tlinn ono committee.
The committees, n provided for in
! tlio houo rulcis, nrc: Acennuts and pub-
ll oxpenditures; ngrieulturo, forestry,
promot mi and iuiinigrntion';
enrollment, revision nml print-I
inci lhanco; lienlth nnd polico;
nnl, jmUelnry: mtlitnrj'j miscellany;
public lands nnd internal improvements;
Uiuler tlio rules tho speaker is named
ehnlrmnii of the journul committee,
tho otlicr two members T)einjj tno
of tlio nceounts nml public
nml enrollment, revision nnd
printing committees. Thus thoro will
be bnt.sevon roturncil Ropiibllcnu
tu'd ns mnny ns olo en chnirinen
to bo appointed.
Spanker Holstein inny set nsldo party
linen nnd phe tho military coiumittco
to Henry Kawowehi nnd tho
ono to foiuo democrat, and in tho
lattor enso ho may not bo particular
who ucta it.
Wlillo nothing definito has boon settled
upon jet, it scorns ns if Norman
Wntkins will lioid tlio finance
t'. II, Cooko, education; Doctor
lluddy or (leorgo I'. Cooke, publio
lands nnd internal improvements;
Conoy, tho lienlth mid polico, bis old
committee.; Sheldon, one cf tho unusually
fow lnwyors of the houso, tho
ludicinry eommittco; Wninholo, print-inn;
A. V. Tnvnres, nRricultiiro, forestry
nml kindred mnttors; Gcorgo P.
Cooko cr Doetor Huddy, public
llccnuso of tho situation Holstcin
finds hiniFolf in ho will bo prncticnlly
forced to appoint several of tho new
l'ppublicnn members to head tho other
committees. Ho will also find himself
in n peculiar position in tlio appointment
of the remaining members of tho
respoctivo committees nnd still refrain
from placing n Democratic majority on
any ono ot tnem.
In Australia tho lord mayor of
Bluni; by tho rciironch that his
city is the "dirtiest in tho southern
hemisphere," lias organized a "special
patrol force" of n hundred plgnntie
Australians to enpturo citizens
against tho municipal bylaws for
the preservation of pood order,
and cleanliness. Ho mustorcd them
the othor day in tho yard of the city
hill. "Act," ho said, "without fear
or favor. Never mind wliothor tlio offender
is well dressed or shabbily
dressed. Do your duty. Mnny of our
citizens hnvo fallen into dirty habits
nnd wo hnvo to teach thorn to bo clean
and tidy." Indianapolis News.
In Athens tho woman who wears n
large lint in na theater, is fined $10.
Spcnk to us no moro of tho docadonco
of Greece. New York Evening Sun.
Assisted by Cuticura Ointment.
For preserving, purifying
and beautifying the
skin, scalp, hair and hands,
for clearing the complexion,
for itching, scaly scalps with
dry, thin and falling hair,
for minor eruptions, rashes,
itchings and irritations, for
sanative, antiseptic cleansing
and for all the purposes
of tho toilet, bath and nursery.
Cuiicura Soao and
cura Ointmentfirc unrivaled.
t tut IIWMII Sl ttL aawjttaR jv W 4
iihwwmmi w iuuyiltitw
Appropriate Ceremonies at Both,
Uliuokalanl ani) Punahou
(From Thursday Advorttaor)
Auy.rognrd which the majority of
the liualneM lmueci ut Honolulu r.y
hno for Uiu immory of Lincoln, win
in tho woriln of District Attorney
llrpckntir), placed on thu secret tlio na
far na tiny outward indication of it
on tho Kmnuelpator's birthday
wns coiicpniett. There woro any
number nf bnro ling poles and thoso
In use, ns u rule flow tho gorgooua banner
ut ('hum whn.lt was eelcbrntluj; its
first aiinivursnry ns a, itcpiihlic.
Hut whatever the oldors fallod to
do, the children celebrated, particular
I) nt Kuimuki, where u rcnt broum
tublPt to tho memory of Lincoln wns
im oiled in tho liilluoknlaul School
with appropriate ceremonies nml at
l'unaluiu rropnratory School.
Tho uxereises nt the former school
had the accompaniment of the Hawaiian
baud, which turned out to a nmn
mid under tlio leadership of Cnptnin
lloruer guvo u program of patriotic nlrs
tlitriirg tho nlternoon. On tho platform
wero Heated members of tbo Urnnd
Army of tho Itopublic, tho Spanish-American
War Veterans, nnd others
taking pnrt iu tho ceremonies.
The program opened with tlio sing-in;
of tho soiir, "God Speed tho Ho-public,"
by tho school, after which tho
Itov. 1 G. Williams pronounced tho
Eulosy of Lincoln.
Cairman 1-d Towt.o spoko briofiy,
suying in pnrt: "Wo nro assomblod
hero to do honor to n peerless soul and
great institution. Upon no moro fitting
spot than tho entrance to a publio
school could bo placed n memorial to
Abraham Lincoln. As his spirit looks
from the uuucou realms of tho blossod
upon tho machinery of our existence,
his thought might bo that our present
idealization, of him might not bo inappropriate.
Ah ho amis the champion of
tho common people, so is the publio
school tho heritage, aud pridu of tho
common people. "While ho carod not for
tho superlative polish of tio mind, ho
believed in its cultivation for tho general
good. Without tho priviloges of
the must ordinary schooling, be boenmo
a miporh scholar in that ho know
iuhI ho know men.
"Lincoln was tho greatest human
forco Mint since timo began has flashed
across tho limited horizon of mankind.
His wits n Iifo of Btrugulo mid sacrifice
and accomplishment; ot justlco, truth
nnd purity: of stnuncn purposo, of fixed
determination and ot unbounded Xaitli.
It is no error to doclaro that his char
acter still pulsates as tho high mark of
tho expression of man's usefulness to
Ilia follow men."
Children Tako Fart.
Following thu spirited singing1 of
"Tho Battlo Hymn of tho Itopublic"
by the children, Miss Don K. Towso
sung tho beautiful and appropriate
"My Captain, O My Captain."
Lincoln's ,GctttBhurg nddross was
given with lino eirect by Ecginald
a young orator of tho school.
Possibly tho most interesting feature
of tho program was tho rocltal of his
memories ol Lincoln by C. II, Dickoy.
Tho Bpcnkcr's father wns a judgo
in Illinois boforu whom Lincoln practiced,
and in addition was u warm
friend, so that young Dickey was
trequontly thrown into tho company
of Lincoln both before, and nftor bo
Lccnmo President. Ho told a number
of anecdotes of Lincoln and Indlcatod
to his youthfuPnudienco tho lossons to
bo learned in studying tho lifo of Lincoln.
Tho presentation of tho tnlilot on behalf
ot tho Walalno, Kalmukl and
Improvement Club was made ,by
Uoorgo V. It, King in a fow pithy
in which ho apparently doclarod
lor -woman suflrngo inasmuch as ho
told tho littlo girls in the audionco
thnt ho hopod that when thoy grow up
they would bo accorded thp sarao
rights and responsibilities as tho mott,
Tho unveiling of tho tablet was dono
by Frod Turrill, a veteran of tbo Civil
Wnr, nnd it was aceopted on behalf
of tho department of education by Wal-Ince
It. Farrington. Tho exorcises
closed with tho singing of "America."
Among thoso soatod on tho platform
wero tho following members of tbo
local post of tho Grand Army of the
Kopubbc: 1'. W. liider, W. II.
W. W. Mnky, Mr. MeCandloss,
0. W. Smith, P. Turrill and Jnmos
Copoland. Tho auditorium was flllod
to tho doors, with every seat taken.
Program at Punahou.
At Punahou Preparatory Hcbool tho
following was tho program of
Bpng, "God Bless Our Native
Itocitatlon, "Lincoln's Birthday,"
Kssny, "Lincoln tho Statesman,"
itocitatlon, "Ahrahnm Lincoln," by
Ins. A. Garfield, Leon Ebcrsolo.
Conco'rt recitation, "Tho Gettysburg
Address," eighth prnilo.
Bong, "Amoricn," Bcliool,
MODERN WOMAN NOT
SQUAW; SHOLD VOTE
CHICAGO, IVbruary 1 Muyor Iirund
Wditlock of Toledo. Oliln, npiiko licro
today to tho I'ol'tienl llfjunl longuo in
wlileh ho aiild that voton for women
am their right, ami not it theory.
"Tlie iimertloii tlmt tho jiIiipo for
wnii in h in the homo dM bin.lt to
tlie period when women w ro aipmw
.lnm dnlv wuh to Ho all too mummr
ork of the tiil.ci," ho paid,
Mr, Wlilt loek ilui liirml liiiimulf out of
viiipiillo with Kiii; I b niMltnnt mif
fritUta, buciiii.e, i,. jiip ' tliuy ' ok
ul for tupniii wonmn, not1 for
nil w mm ii m'1iuiu iiubvr oiMuiiipllaii
i UllVtllllllf, HIIhuW."
t.t - .
"Ilwif a jar uf mv milady curil
Wmiilii i Lixii thu a liulf of jar curwl
itownJJI. WIimi il ym y p tliatt"
"Tno iMirli wtti. l'ii uuvlit to
wrkM yuiir nuiindy lu nmlw Jura."
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