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VOL. VL. NO. 108
MAffiE STBP3F ROM PRESIDENT'S
W'S' TO HlSt
GenerirDiaz Sends Revenge Message to His
r?Uii&letheTormer President-City Now
- ' 'Controlled by Confess Is
OTTY OF MEXICO, February
21. (By Associated Press Cable)
Another act toward Iho
lng cf ortfer In tho city was taken
4-' into yesterday when tho arsenal,
which hai been tho stronghold of
General Diaz and his forces, was
delivered over to General Blan-
q.uet as representing congress.
An official report was rocolvcd
here last night stating that tho
State of Coahnlla refuses to
nizo General Hnerta sb provisional
President of Mexico.
(TW Ffdfrnl WlrclfM TclOTM.)
OITT OF MEXIOO,, February 20.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho oxo.
of Francisco X Madero, tho do-posed
President of Mexico, is predicted
on all sides hero today. Color is lent
to this belief by tho fact that Madero
and former Suarcz were
-.in nnrmltnrt ta start for Vera Crnz
this morning to catch an outgoing
steamer a& had been planned.
Feeling against tho deposed President
Huerta mentioned that two attempts j
... ftf. nA Um mqn A f tnr TA. I
dero's death list was found the population
was highly aroused.
Madcro'R family gathered at tho station
hero last night prepared to catch
a train for Voia Cruz. They had been
told that Madero and Suarez would
Join them as soon as congress accepted
their resignations. Neither appeared
However, Pedro La Scnrlan atraeared
and announced --that General Huerta
had decided that neither Madero or
'Suarez should po to Vera Crnz. Seuora
Madero demanded to know Just what
this meant and La scurian replied, I
could not learn." Madera's family
TAKING; HIS REVENGE.
Crying "Viva Mexico" as ho faced
the firing squad, Adolto Basso, superior
of the National PalSce In the City of
Mexico, was executed near the Palace.
General Diaz today sent the
mKIa "PnrflTin who was
driven from tho presidency by Fran. J
Cisco J. jviauvtu.
"You are avenged. Gustavo Madero
Ii is generally 'believed here that if
General Diaz controls the courts of the
provisional govornment that he will insist
on Francisco Madero's death. A,
Zaono and Jesus TJreta, former TVladoro
leaders, who fled after Diaz gained control,
were captured at Apizaco this
morning, while en route to Vera Cruz.
Wholesale arrests of men favorable to
41ti. 1m.Miint,ii mika urn T.
peered. Ernesto Madero, former min-!
later of finance and uncle or tne deposed
President, is the only Maderista
70L1GE RUNNING IN
mi suspicious on
linking suro this year that
characters do not form parts of
tho crowd that will witness the Carnival
spectacles today and tomorrow,
Chief McDuflia yesterday issued orders
to his stall to urrcst every suspicious
or shady character in town. As a result,
a stream of Koreans, Filipinos,
Japaucso and Chinese, who had
corao under tho notice of tho
police and who liavo lately been suspected
of numerous petty thieveries, arrived
at the receiving station in the
custody of special otticers. Tlidy will
not bo released until after the Carnival
There are alio several pickpockets
from tho Coast who have arrived to try
their lurk iu the holiday crowds this,
ireek. The chief has "got their number"
ami tlioy are being watched. The
first attempt on their part to pull on
any little rule iliow of their own will
result In tpoixly Incarceration,
'i'lie pollco Units along (ho p, rails
routes aud during the Carnival ."
Tally this your will he strict and the
u)ir ownuia buk me crowns u aij.
Mtnrti o I io us good nsturvd as puolblt
undfr lh urdrrs of Ihu olllrum, who
vill la Intrusted Iu limping roulo
ilcur mill prevvnt roryJlmu miiuujr th
Li Iiilmwjiiwwjujx, lis i imi
I'i M- .. M, if. MuHu)k. . ... fit roHiii ruui
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EXECUTION UP AGAINST A WALL
Whoso execution may follow his defeat
WITH MARINES 10
SAILS FOR STATION
(By Federal Wiroless Telegraph.)
SO. (Special to Tlio Advertiser)
Carrying 1-100 marines nnd
two thousand rounds of
nltion for each man nnd threo
months' provisions, tho "United
States transport Meade left
League Island for Ouantanamo,
JACK JOHNSON KNOCKED
OUT BY PNEUMONIA NOW
M?" F..Hr Tflccr.ph.)
CHICAGO, February 20. (Spechl to
Tho Advertiser) Jack Johnson, Iho
negro pugilist, is ill nt his homo hero
of pneumonia, according to n statement
mado by his physician, Georgo Curpen-
tor, to tho United States district court
Tho lourt said that if tho fighter was
well enough by Februnry 25 ho woidd
bo placed on trial charged with
leaving tho charge of violiting
the Ainnn (white slae act) till liter.
Johnson was taken ill Sunday, but
was reported to bo improving today.
BREAKS HIS ANKLE
Another prominent Elk was placed
liors do combat last ovening when L. M,
Whltohnute, tho city engineer, fell and
brolie lis ankle. Tho Injury was wore
painful than terlous, but will confine
Mr, WMtrhoute to his borne for severs!
With u party of friends Mr. White,
house was at Wulkikl In the automobile
of W. II. C. Campbell, "When dy
In start homo Mr, Wbllehouse started
t'l crunk Ilia inncliliio. hut sleiined ou
a pebble nml ullpped, falling lieaylly
and In nidi h way (list hli lug was
vtouen m l ue nuuie. lie was iwninii
takmi u Ills lioins am)
cullfd end (lie ntleiit made
mm furt Mi s kjIIjIi).
Mr, WMtuliouie wt to liava
fl'l"f Jill" ot the jroftrlutf t'imii
tiil toulirtl nnd r ut iih waf
r'ed fllumi ilifi sn atmui lli Injury.
OiUf UIiii witft NtilfK. In tMifrw
iwj w. II. n. flsinplmlj volunUrd in
ti in iJs ii, tt ij vmm
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TERRITORY. FRIDAY, FEBRUAkY 21, 1913. SEMI
HramHHHKfT,' h, Urn :)HilH
VllO received a cable message yesterday of rovengo on tho Madctoaj who
DIAZ TO SEEK PRESIDENCY
AT A GENERAL ELECTION
(By Federal Wireless Tetecnph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, February 20.
(Special to The Advertiser) It Is stat
ed;thatFolix'Diaz will enter the, mec
for thV Presidency of Moxico andctbat
poesioiy( u en era i uuorta -will not run a general election wjll bo held prompt-against
'him. Ono Toason, it is saldr ly, selecting a permanent
Diaz made no effort to secure tho lion. General Huerta 's cabinet toot
provisional Presidency for'himsolf was tho oath of oflico tonight.
READINESS FOR WAR
President of France Declares It
Crime For Nation To
'lt Federal Wlreleii Teleiraph.)
Aluai February 20, (Special to
, Tho Advertiser! -, PrmMntif . Pmnurn a , -M I
Linn message to parliament today, iando'""' '"""i '" enBrcss anu ms speccn.
' ' '
isomo pointed references to tho
(sity of increasing Franco's military
force. After setting forth his concep
tions of the Presidency nnd the nociwi
suy lor u nrm executive power, ho declared;
"It is impossiblo for any nntion to
be effectively pacific unless it is
ways rendy for war. Jt would be a'
rriine against civilization to allow this I
tllltlrtn (ft lloACilQarl tiim onn mliilfl
,hU wish io bo entirely free from ally
promisos to the party in the coming
?ncral 1In? regards himself -as
and dcci1rc,i frankly)today that
ADVOCATES GIG Ml
ARMY AND GUARD
(Djr Federal Wlretex Telerrapli.)
WASHINGTON, February 20. (Spo
cial to 'Tho Advertiser HonrcHonta.
tlve Kahn, chairman of tho National
Defence League, tonight nddrocd the
United Spanish War Veterans of the.
cajiuni on mo necessity ot a ulg navy,
army and national guard.
Atitin tfccJareU t jb necessary to pre
pare for war in timo of peace. Ho was
cheered , bv tho veterans, wlin indorsed
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THE ai'DTT MEMORIAL
Hit Federal Wlrl.a T.1...,.k I
WNDOX, February 20. (Special to
T A'lvortjer) King George has
i'"Y '"nlo' 1000 to ' '''l ''oiug
",i?,',,. fSr 'J10 monument to Captain
' "f crt Scott and his four companions
"!10 during n polar expedition.
Tho fend has now reached $100,000.
TO RECOGNIZE CHINA.
..'.' TOIflO. Jiinnn. ' ,. TVIiriinrv . . ',.. -. .
Associaicii i'rres ualilo to
tin) Dr. Sun Vat.Bcu hero today nn.
nouncod that ho is confidont thnt Japan
will heod his request and recogniro
tho republic of China within a few
duys. Ho .leclined to make miy
tlier statement regarding his plans for
of ICanwiumelia tlie Oreat bt WJ.
Park, and lu nfUmoou, Wo auto
.coruar Beretanla and HUller Bu.
Oamp," opposite vcung Hotel,
OtnilvtrMusJcsI Oomadv, TUo
JJirUufay wlliury parada, h.iilud by
sojwaijffl HtVilHn Duunirf. SM
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Ooyrnr Jrr a, tfelUiilty l(lb
hv miinv Lv navrruar
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other nations developed theirs without' to-our
even trying to keep pace."
Ho eulogized the army and nnvy and
tho nntionnl guard as adjuncts ti tho
diplomacy of Franco in havinc labored
silently during many months.
FIRE SWEEPS SUBURB.
Mtw Tl n-i t. .
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i . . l2l JW' I'6uruary 20.
. Advertiser) After uu
night men early toduy check,
rjl n iuunagration which awejit Kanda,
roklo's Buburb, nnd destroyed -1000
dmnaS is place,! ut
OiOO ,. poctcl of Landing-
JOiOO aja, Horeo racti at Kspiolani
J2i00 noon Old.tlma Hawaiian lutu
7(00 p.m.Openin( Rika' "HDartng
BUB prformanc4 Tour-Ut,"
at Hawaiian optr
8i5 .al..arau4 WMhImrWu
laan lu lin.
MM tf mm by
H89 I' HlvrlUUl l'ro4. followed
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SiM uaiMium by ifu4 Uuia Urn t
irm ..' f" t'i" uni um "w0My" anil lv
im 9Jjf9" m &h $uubHfffflt, pii.
Bulgarians and Turks Fight for
Three Days, Then" Stop to
Bury the Dead.
(Ht Pfdrrnl WlrrlrttTTtlftrnph
LONDOX, February 20. (Spoclal to
Tho Advorttsor) A Constaniinonle tils
'patch says that n liattlo
between ton thousand Bulgarians nuil
sovonty thousand Turks, nt Hulalr, has
iiist concluded, Kacli sido is said to
linvc lot 3500 men. Envor Boy. loader
of tho Yonnt; Turks, is reported ninonji
Tho nrtlllory duel is declared by tacticians
to liavo boon ono of tho Wood
lost of modern times, surpassing in
horror anything witnessed in tho
Many high officials on both sides
woro among the wounded or killed.
Tho dead, included many Tcglincntnl
commanders, ami at IcftRt throe brignrie
.So fiorco was tho undoclsiyo
that a condition of truco lina followed,
in which tho hoinltnl sorvico
of both sides is attempting to clear
tho battlefield of wounded. The work
of burying tho dead is now in prog
Charter Committee Proposes To
Make Him Responsible
There was nlargor attendance Jhan
!Q JJuo "nicoHhg or tlio chnrlcf
cbmmittco in the assembly hall of tho
supervisors Inst) evening,, nml members
of tho legislature, of the board of su
per isors "and Mayor Fern attcniled tho
session, which was a lively meeting
from start to finish, wlthlall. concerned
oqireRsing'nn opinion' on, somo point In
tho charter as submitted by ths draft
inir enmmtttpft. " -
Uovornor Frcar opened tho mocfng
nnd ns soon ns Socrotnry Kmnger had
read tlio minutes ot tho previous meet
in? the charter was taken un and net
ed upon lino by line. Most of the work
dono in this respect at former meetings
vnid endorsed, but the question of tho
powers of a city mniiager to imve con--
trol or iicpnrtmonis excited considerable
discussion and it wns ilnnlly decided
tp umlfg the cUy manager responsible
to the five supervisors for tho
Toutlno work of all tho departments,
leaving it to him to mniio tuc ncceij
sary appolntmonts to run tho depart
inciitH in a proper nmillior,
All of tlio city shall bo an
pointed by tho clly manager, subject
to approval, if necessary, by tho council:
except that tho city nttornoy nnd
tho city ciork shall be appointed by tho
It waB expressed by tho mombors of
tlio committco ns a whole that tho pri
mnry object of tho charter was not
only areator cmciencv and economy in
city government, as ns fixing of
tusuiioiuiin., UUI, (U Dlinjlll lua
tine work, eliminate rod tapo arid, Under
tho short ballot system, concentrate
the power of city government In
tho hands of n fow responsible men.
As to Appointments.
Mayor Fern Taiscd the question on
the apnolutivo nowdr of tho cltv mali
nger, stating that' a supervisor might
try and compel tho manager to appoint
some unfit man to office, or somo man
the manager did not nant to employ
and threaten tho mnnngor with dismissal
uulees he mado the appointment.
Tlio mayor referred to tho effort to
Hoeiuo miii'Hters to act without pny in
tlio legislature unil stated thnt only
niiu could bo found who voluntcurcd,
nnd oven ho was finally appointed with
This mutter wns discuenod, but it was
decided that tho best safeguard was
tho majority action by tho council and
tlio right of the people to recall u su
pervlsor in caso ho did peanut politics
io mo nutriment oi tlio city, and tho
Tim mayor also brought up tho
of tlio cluiiKo lirohlbltini a
supervisor to riaelvo rompuusutlon
from a public utility company, lie
thought this wns unfair and would prevent
somo nuporvlsor from working for
such a company wlillo uctlng as
'MkH tlio iirfmuit uiu)or," ruiuark
ml (ieorgo W. Hmltli,
Mayor I'oru muilfl; "How nan t
umrvlor live on So a muiiilil" io
conlliiued, "A guoil man would mo
to work for ouithuIy ultn iimvlm mid
gl other pay, the nmyur 1," iu
W. T. Ilw ns alio look un the
tvJU'U lut i public uitUii wan an J
Hrgilnl Hint li ulautti inlh( ktp out
ItUHi MRU IlUt IU ifituuuuil i Lut
IJtstiiitiitUors wuylJ m U) IfuMlU
Id fWM !" iwvllf utilli yittiumilm
im tiil U wwU HttiwilJy ml b
nm iji uu wnMoya ! hmji au er
lluii to art, pmndlnd uj iLo
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WHOLE NO. WJO
PROUD DP SUCH
Militant Suffragettes Set Fire
to Pavilionsjin Botanical
ATTEMPT TO BURN PALACE
Prisoners Fight Fiercely When
Arraigned in Court Held
figK&i; .-'J ;
MRa EMMAUNB VARKUVMH,
Militant sudragotto lcador, who ac
knowledges hor party is responsiblo
for bomb outrngo.
til J Federi! WirV! Telegrteh.)
LONDON, February 20. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tho pavilions In tho
famous botanical gardens around Kew
Falaco were flrod by suiTragottcs at two
o'clock this morning and destroyed.
Lillian Lenton and Joyce Locks, militant
suffragettes, wore captured whilo
trying to cscapo, each carrying paraphernalia
for starting fires.
Tho walls of the palaco woro soaked
with kerosono and shavings and cotton
wero plied on tho floor,
"Votes for Women" cardB wero
scattered ovcrywhero. Tho Richmond
fire department prevented tho flames
from spreading to othor buildings aftor
a hard battlo.
Arraigned iu tho Kichmond pollco
court, tho two girls assumed a defiant
stand. Miss Locks demanded her
on ball, and when this was doaled
threatened to start a hunger strike,
"You cannot frighten or lntlmldata
this court," tho magistrate answered.
Miss Locks seized several law books
and papers And hiirled them at the magistrate,
but ho escaped Unhurt.
Attendants sailed and overpowered
the girls, but they fought fiercely,
Tho prisoners wero committed to jail
without ball and wore carried scraani'
lng from the courtroom.
Mrs. Drnmmond, a militant sufTra
getto leader, was jubPant, over tho
vandalism of tho two girls.
"HCow perfectly lovely of them,"
she said. "I am proud of such women."
r Mrs. Pankliurst Admits It.
Wales, February 20,
(Ily Asaoeiated Press Cabin In Star.
llullotln) Mrs. Ilnimnllim Fankhurst,
the leader of the suffrauctto movement
of Kiiglnnd, toduy admitted thnt alio
Jind her party urc responsible for tho
She mado no excuse.
OBEYS MORGAN'S CALL
IIOMIJ, JVhrunry 0, (Spocla) to
Tim Ailvortlitir) HiimiiioDt'il Io fulro
to ii It end J. I', Mnrguu, 1'ruf. Ouuomio
HiiiIIiiiidIII, ono of thu greutoH )iicsl
Ills, will loam hero tonight for Kgypt,
It is stated that Murguu wlmd for Mm,
slating hut his condition aeonii sails,
faolnry, but lliut Ms prciuncu was d'
lnd na u prui'ttullnii.
MAY TESTIFY GAINST
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