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Pershing's Punitive Force
Little Army in Hand
(By Federal Wirelosi Telegraph.)
MANILA, .Tunc 12. Special to The Advertiser) Sfx American
Iroopcis were killed and twelve wounded in n desperate encounter
nl Ba(,'stik with Mores outlaws under )he leadership of the dattu,.
Xiicnb Audi, according to reports from the scene of battle received
here. No estimate of the Moro loss is lepoited.
Under the personal command of Brigadier-General Pershing, commanding
the troops in Mindanao, this American punitive Force attacked
tlie Morn forces (his morning and after a desperate hand to
hand fight captured the entrenchments. Even the lire of a machine
gun platoon failed to dislodge the MorOs and they Were not cleaned
out of their outlying trenches until the American regular troopers,
Philippine Constabulary and the Philippine Scouts, who tainted Pershing's
force, dashes into the ditches and engaged the licrcely light'
ing Moros at the bayonet's point.
Amil has long refused to acknowledge American, authority and
r.fter ii long heries of oulbieaks by his men It had been decided
to stamp him out. It is not yet certain whether the battle at Pagsak
las been finished, the messages arriving at headquarters here being
Street Riots, .Bombs and Mobs
Features of the Day Censor
Is Very" Strict.
(By IVilcral Wireless Telegraph.)
LISBON, .lime 12. (Special tn Tim
Advert iter) Following gravo disturb
ances hern Inst night, n l)omli was
thrown from ttio upper window of a
house into a municipal parado hero
today. persons are l.novvn to
base been woundul and it reported
that fcvvtiI were Killed.
The lepoits of tlie fatalities havo
not been verified.
I.nst night a mob attached a theater,
during a 1 enefit performance, and a
fusllade of shots was fired nniong tho
packed hoes alid tho andienco was
Hi rem n into a panic.
Tlie ceiiborship is strict and it is
Impossible to givo details of disturb
(Ily reilcr.il Wireless Telegraph.)
DliliLIN, .June 12. (Special to Tho
AdortiPr) Tho Imperial chaucollor
announced in tho roicliRtag yesterday
that the Armament Hills mint bo passed
by July 1. Ho. added that tho government
would work to that end with nil
tho means at its disposal and would
accept tho consequences of its stand.
IMY DIGGING' SETS
(By Tederal Wireless Telegraph.)
I'ANMA, June 12. (Special to
The -.Advertiser) Tho record of tho
montlily 'dredging operations in tho
canal was broken in Hay, when mora
than 1,800,000 cubic jards of earth
were removed two entrances.
AMERICAN" TENNIS MEN
OFF TO MEET GERMANS
(By l'oderal Wireless Telegraidi.)
Ni:V YOltK, June 12. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) STaurico 13. McLough.
lin, It. Norrla Williams, and Harold II.
llackctt, tho American tennis trio
which defeated tho Australians in the
I).iis dip preliminaries, sailed toda
lor j.nginnd to uiing nacK tnc international
trophy. Thqy mutch the
team, which plays its final round
about July 18 and the challenge rounds
from Huh-25 to 2S.
CZAR ANXIOUS TO SEE
PEACE ONCE MORE
VIENNA, Austria, June 12. (By Associated
Ircss Cablo 'to tho Star-Bulletin)
It wag reported yesterday that
tho Czar of Iiussia has asked Bulcaria
nd Servia to demobllizo and submit"!
their bounifary ilisputo to arhitrAtiuu.
It is understood that Bulgaria Is willing
to agree to this plan,
TO USE THE
Assaults Amil's Defiant
to Hand Fashjon
u.'?fs K hMM'iA. to
Lap -v Ui&pWm3M?mtr cVH
The Sultan of Sulu, an Ally of "the Americans, With His Suite and
an American Officer.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NI3W YOltK, Juno 12. (Special to
The Advertiser) Taking adantago of
the thrco dajs interval between tho
first and second of tho international
polo mntches, tho American polo teini
has made no haste, about a final decision
us to tho lino up for tho Saturday's
contest. (Jossip wns well definM
to tho effect that Louis Stoddard, who
took Monty Waterbury's place, 'when
tho litter was Injured in the first gone,
might not retain a place on t'jo te.im
for Saturday's battle, or, if lio does,'
it will be at number ono position, with
JANE ADDAMS FOR
Woman's Suffrago in Illinois Gives
Windy City Ladies an
(Bv- Tederal Wireless Telegraph.)
CIIICAUO, Juno 12. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) "Jane Addams for Mayor
of Chicago in 1010." This is the, ug
gestion living today among Chicago
club women and suffragettes, as a io
suit bf the legislature's action toliy
in extending the franchise to women
It is estimated here that the pas3ago
nr llio uuiirngo Hill Will iloublo the
number of Voting precincts in Chicago,
Major Harrison was in favor of tho
Tho law granting tfl women the suffrage
was passed by the stato legisla
turo today only after a strong debt had
been made against.it. Oirthe final roll
call, tt received pnly tho bare majority
required by tho state constitution for
a constitutional amendment.
(SOEkBS IN MINDANAO, WHERE
PERSHING'S FORGE IS FIGHTING
jC .; t . f.wu . n -
H i. i i i ;
At Gate of 'jolo Americans
Larry Waterbtiry at his brotlior's placo
as number (two.
Ma)colm Stevenson, however, was
picked by many lis the probable
to bo placed at back, where he
has played a good game In practice,
with tlo moving of Uovcreaut Milburn
to number two.
In tho British case, it is said
original proposal to replace. Captain
Locket with Lord Wodchouse in the
second gamo had been abandoned and
the challengors would appear Saturday
in tho saiuo places as in tho first mitcb.
Both teijnys wore out today Tor light
practlso work. .
FRSC0 'PORT PILOTS
Collector Stratton Announces
Forty Per Cent Cut An Ap-
peal Will Bo Made.
(Bv- Vdcrai Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN ritANCISCO, Juno 12.
to The Advertiser)1 Through a
decision of Collector Frederick .H.
Strnlton, rendered j the
fees of the: port of San Francisco
will be reduced forty ir cent.
The niliug is of Mini importanco
to the- American shipping interests,
who claimed tho, right to enter tho
port without tho aid of a pilot,, providing
the vessel had iduched at another
port of the United States before
I coming to San Francisco.
An appeal rrom tho ruling will bo
taken hy'the Slate, board of'pilot coin
missioners and the" bar pilots' ufsoeia
tion to tho head of tho treasury department
at Washington, ,
Searching Moros for Weapons.
HIAI1 WAGES TOO
Late Prince Ito Offered Solution
for Japanese-Problem, in
Stating that it was tho object of
the Jnp.ibcso government to endeavor
to pcrsundo tho visiting Japanese to
remain in their own laud instead of
letiirning to tho country to which tlicy
had migrated, wns tho tenor of a cablegram
received from his Toklo cur-
.respondent by l'red K. Makino, editor
'lit tlio Uawnii'Iochi yesterday. Mnliiuo
hail iMlik'tl through tlie loriespomlout
to Acting Ambassador Blaiicliard nt
Tokio, usUing whuther tho United
Mate had ever dememled of Japan
the legrantiiig of pipspoitx to Japanese
ii'aiiiuiiiH i,L inu uiihl'ii oiiiies on it
Msit to their natlvo land. Tio
received yesterday was in reply.
Tho l.ito l'rinco Ito, Japan's great
statesman, onco maiio a statement
which bears out in eilect the answer
received by Maklno yesterday.
"Wo would lil.o to divert our emigration
to Korea, Manchuria mid those
parts of the world wliero Japanese, immigration
is welcomed," I'rinco Ito
said. "As for tho Japanese probleirt
in America, tucro would no no such
problem if jour people would not hold
out to our joung men tho lure of high'
er wages than they can hopo to receive
In tony other part of Ihu world.
The young nicu beni on getting n start
in life Want to go whero tho money Is.
Stop pa ing them high wages in Call
fornia and Hawaii and they will not go
there. And that is just what wc would
TIE SENATORS GET
WASHINGTON, Juno 12. (By Asso
ciated I'ress Cable to the
Walter O. Smith, representing the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, sm called
before tlui lonuy prolio senators yes.
tenia'. lie testified that ho received
h't" monthly lor le taring. At this the
committee roired with laughter.
QUAKER OATS SAID
TO' BE A TRUST
ClItOAOO, June 12. (Ily Asiocintcd
rreai Cable to tho Un
der the Sherman A n lavv the
depattuient nf justieo yesterday filed
biui, 111 inu jeiiurni cuuri, ugaiuii me
(Juaher O.its Company, which, it is alleged,
controls per ceut of the
oatmeal products of this country. Dissolution
CUBA TO ARBITRATE.
HA "ANA, Mny 30. It is probable
that Cuba at an early date, will consent
to submit to arbitration the claims
lif.Oreut Britain, Trance mid
damages done the property of their
irjlimi" during the revolution of
Tho hcnatn this evening accepted a
report recommending that arbitration
be resorted to in settling the
claims, which aggregate. (2,000,000.
American ., Yacht
is Seized by Japan
(Iv Vedn.al Wireless Teleurapli)
TOICtiW.'pir'"12. (HpecluT to
The Advertiser) Tho American
' yacht t'olumbla was seized today
iv hen Mie put in t WaKaynma,
! whieh Is Imt an open port, for
pairs. Blie was on tho oyaKo
finiii X.igiiakl to Yokohama.
: :t ).! t H
mwa EIGHT ON
SPECIAL INCOME TAX
It was etiimuauM from tho uttornoy
general''! ojhee jetcrdny that htipo ol
colbi'Vii); t,vn per cent, on the spoeial
Inconio iax for 11113 has bieu given" up.
Tlii" in a result of the outcome of tho
Btilt oaT.uvl tho Apolm.i Bugar Company.
, Miry of the property owners had
paid tho mslnlMenl of this special
tax (ii the two per cent, basis; Tha
trennnier of the Territory yesterday
stnt nnliio to the tat assessors of tho
(ittr.ruev general's decision and notified
the nsffsiors that they can either return
WiT hair of the t.)we tax collected
nr glW 'tho tixpiyers a (lean receipt
fW i entire .vear. Under tho
ttcFcnl law the npedal iucoinn tax is
otie lent. Those who paid fair
first insl'illmrnt on a two per cent basis
have thus lpwle a full settlement for
tho entire ear,'
A THIRTEEN BAB!
' iffis 1 YDUfiqS
Ity less thin a quarter of nrf hour,
n Hoiinlnlan, 'son df1 Mr. and.
Mrd Jack A. Young, managed 16 hhrc.
his 'birthday c6mo on Friday, the tllir
tven"thiri the Uilrieontli yar ofllift
ernlur.v. lie nrrivea nt me jviaiernuy
llomh this morning at'tnlr'tcon mtnttieji
past twelve o'clock. The happj" fotherj
detcrinlncd to make certain that' his
son will have the best kind, bf liick
dining his life, vVcnr. to the 'telephone
and called up Number 1313. Ipltdn't
know whose telephone it was, but Tin
Btnj'PiI with it until a sliepy, and not
too gentle, oico responded. Then Mr.
Young hung up, counted thirteen nhd
iiotlflel This Advertiser, requesting
that the birth riotice lio run on page
thirteen, if thcrVwas Mich a page, ftnil
that, at any rate, to send thirteen
copies of tho paper to his address toil
CREDITORS URGED TO
PRESENT THEIR BILLS
Treasurer Conkling sounded a warning
yesterdiy which Way save sumo
persons having business with tho Territory
eonsidernblo delay in settling
The biennial fiscal period of tlie 'Ter
ritory will end Juno :!(. At that time
practically all appropriations Wile filr
eVnemes of the different donartmcf.M
tor the pist tw6 veirs, or so much as l.i
Iert or them, win revert nacK to mo
general fund, while appropriations for
the sinie departments made for tho two
years beginning Juljl, 11)13, will W
Bills contracted uiider the present appropriations
must be presented and acted
upon before theso funds laple or
creditors will be co'nnSclled tn nave their
accounts acted upon in relief bills at
the next legislature,
the oances now
LONDON, Mny 29. A peeress who
does not reveal her paino mahca a
ftrong protest in Iho llrfics against
modern dahcing. Mio slic is Ano
of many matrons upoiAvvlioin devolves
tho task of guiding girls through the
maze of the Ioudon season nnd is face
tn face with tho saino state of affairs
in most, but not all, ballrooms. Calling
for the immediate attention of tl oe
who hVo in u similar position, she
"My grandmother often has tdd me
of the shock ,ho experienced on flrnt
belioldlng the polka, but I wonder what
she would havo said had she been asked
to introduce a well brought up girl
of eighteen to the scandalous travesties
on dancing which lire for the first timo
in my recollection bringing more, jnuug
men to pirties than are lieede.1,
"I need not describe tlie various horrors
of the American and Mouth
can negroid orgies, but I would only
ask that liostesscs ct nne know what
houses to avoid by indicating in Homo
way on their Invitation cards whether
the turkey trot, the Boston (tho begin-,
n cr of the evil) and the tango will bo
? , -.- 4 K
VOL. VI., NO. 130 nONOU'U'. IJ All FRIDAY. JUNK 13, SUM! WKEKLY. WHOLE-NUMBER. 3822
' " " " '
II SOLID MILE
Elaborate Plans for a Great
DerfionstraUon at Funeral
of "First Martyr.J '
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
LONIKW, June 12. (Special to TM
Advertiser) Tho militant suHrngetto
organization today Completed all
for tho 1'nheral of Miss
ftTivisoii, who died 'of her In
juries after attempting to stop King
Ocorge's witryi Anidery In the Dorbj'.
A io1id mile Vt snvTragettes, four
abreast, is planned as tho'funcrtl fin
AH tho marchers will bo clad In
purple mid white, witli mourning bands
mi their sleeves.
Mrs. Fankhurst May Appear.
Mrs. Fankhurst may partiilpito in
Slnci) her releiiAe, on May 30, for
t)iu second time to prevent her hunger
strike fiom killing her, Mrs.
ha been resting at the hotiso of
a friend, regaining? Ktrcngth. Her
nt tin! riinelnl of MHs I).i
vlson will depend nmi ttlietlur her
phjslcinu will consent,,
"Cat an Mouto" Law.
The second releaso of tho leader
from fall ha intensified 'he suffragette
limitation to have the law which allows'
hor re-arrest at any time, repealed.
This measure the siilTrngcttes dub the
"Cat and Mouse stating thnt
it allows the authorities to deal, with
i convicted person in the manner that
a cnt does with n captive mouse, allowing
it toinpornry liberty to make
Its final end a morn lniscrablo one.
A Letter to tho Klnb".
Women -writers of tho Suffragette
League, hnvo prepared two letters, 0116
to the King and -Queen nud another
to tho press, denouncing tho attitude
of parliament towards suffrage and
particularly tho "Cut and Mojso"
bill. The letter addressed to the
reads in part:
"We out thnt this act
Is unworthy of Your .Majesty's bauy;
of, parliament. It is cruel and.,
cruel, because it legailres slow
torture for minor offenses and Inoffcci
thai becaiiso tho Ill-health, which will
bo induced by the first installment of
that slow- torture and which is going
to increase witli overj' fresh
must Inevitably prov'cnt the due
serving if ii sentence,
"A woman inn' bo assigned to three
j'onrs' p6nnl ncrvltudo, and If alio
for live dnva out of every
two months an' estimate erring on tho
side of the lavV at the end mf thirty-six
jenrs tho "cut" Will bo pluyitig
vrith the "mouse," nt what cost to the
piestlge and pocket lof Your Majesty's
government it is lor mat government
to siy. '
"Therefore, it pleaso Yniir Ma)
estles, wo hnnibljr entreat that this net
be remuvTil from tho statute book."
This document is signed by Flora
Anna Steel, the president of the league,
mid tho other oftlccrR.
Attitude of Defiance,
The letter tb thn press,, signed by
the same persons, is in iart nH follows:
r'V6 tho undersigned women of tho
jica ami press, who Maud shoulder to
shoulder with men in art and literature,
Without favoritism or animosity, who
share with men tho pleasure and pnlus
of the pr6fessi6n, hereby assert -and
lnnlntnln that the prosent attlti'ulo f
rebellion, anarchy and defiance, which
many otherwise law-abiding womou
have ndopted against tlm government,
Is duo to the tick of straight dealing
nun the almost inconceivaiilo blnnuer.
Ing of the government.
"It has lallCil to eo thnt the whole
condition of women is different In this
corintry to what it wns. It is not realized,
to put it tpoll6quially, that 'there
are not enough nien to go round.'
"By this appalling ignorance and
negligence it has induced and encouraged
a stato. of tyranny and resistance
which Is, n disgrace to both England
"This league, wlil.ch has a
of nbont 300, includes the leading
women in I'nglnnd'N letters, It is
uelthir militani nor nnti,,hut is absolutely
THREW FLOUR BOMB.
LONDON, Juno J2. (Awioclaled
Press Cablo to fitarlBnllctlii) A
scene was witnessed in tho
house nf commons yesferdny when a
bomb nttnek was made on Premier
AFquith. The Premier wns shaking
to tho house when a male "suffragette"
rose in the gallery and
hurled n bag of flour nt Mr. Asquith.
TImv. bag struck near tho speaker's
chair and exploded with a cloud of
dust, but no harm was done. As the
bag was thrown the members belnvv,
thinking the missile & bomb, were on
the ergo of a pabic, but, the incident
was over si) quickly that there was
little disorder. '
UNPER WATER FOR
(Bv Tedcral Wireless Telegraph.)
I.ONO BlJACII, California, Juno 12.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Guge'H
submarine Is bolder bf a new world's
record today, having ended its thirty
six hour Mitiinergence test at five
o'clock last nlclit. Tho record of the
Octopus, in Narrangansett Bay b!x
ago, was beaten bv twelve hours.
FfiEE MR IS
Financo Committeo Will Report
Wool and Sugar Schedules as
Passed y Blouse and .Endorsed
by tho President Amendmenb
on Both Aire Voted Down
PRESIDENT DEOLLNES TO
SEE 'GOVERNOR CARTER
Made Engagement With Him, But
uanceis it wnen xumuity Dis-covers
in Former Bxecutiy6 of
Hawaii an Emissary ''of the Ha.
waiian Sugar "Planters Louisiana's
WASHINGTON, June 12.
(Special to The Advertiser)
Free raw wool iminedintcly and
free NUgiu' in thrde'yea'rs, as
by President Wilson ami
adopted by th6' house, were approved
today 'by the majority
ineinliera of tho senhte (inniiee
Tlie action Rustniiiing tlie Ait-
niiuistration on Loth
wits tnkuit after nmcndinenti to
niter them had bcyn.'vo'tcd down.
Asked to BoJExcusetl.
An eeho (if the qennte lobby
reached tho senate and
hoiise today when it wig
that former- Governor
ment lil of 'President VJlson.
darter told the coinWtee Hint,
Ihe'Prefliilutit hat made an
ciiKnifcmeiit to fet'e liim, Secretary
'llumulty bud rofntfed to arrange a
meetiins for him when ho learnecj
In- was a rcpreM'titutiVu.of the Hawaiian
slipiV nhd the
IvrOf,i(lent has Witt, word to Mr.
Curler that ho begKtul to be
iroln the inter viw
Endless Letter Chain.
Swot n testimony' that (lie suunr
cane plahteus wf Louisiana hud
nihl('(l an Oiulless chain of letters,
diieelei) at free sti'eni', wuh (jivcii
hefoiii the senatoeoinmitti'i
the "insidiouh lobby"
charge liere lat6 today! by Paul
Qhristian, secretary of the 'Louisiana
cane planters association.
0. 0. P. PREPARING.
WASHINGTON, .Wo'iK (By Associated
l'rcss Cablo t6 tho
Tho Itepublicun senators have picked
Hcnntor I'ctiroio 'qf 'Pennsylvania to
lend 'tho general "tight on the Wilson-Underwood
tariff bill, Senator 'W. A.
Hmlth ofMlcClgau to command tho
Hinlth of Michigan to comlnahd the
first against freo sugar, and Senator
ISeed Smoot of Utah to tiead the light
against freo wodl. ' '
BO INTEREST IN LIFE,
(By Federal Wireloss, telegraph.)
ZUKICH, Swllzcrlih.1, Juno 12.
(Special to Tn'o Advertiser)
Maggi and his wife, beiioved to be tho
wealthiest porfioria In "fewlUerliUid,
committed suicide by gas tbday, being
actuated by sheer lack nfr.liiinresl. ik
.Monsieur Maggi was
of age, and hi wife' thirty-five. Tlie
joint estates of tho his wife
vvero estimated somo Uimq ugo tq be
worth ten million dollars' ivhilo only recently
tly Mngcl Inherited anhther large
E NOW Fffi.
DEATH' 0 PfVS
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
1.08 ANOIUiES, Jnuo 12. (Special
to The Advertiser) A Imarrel,
out of h Wu'ttnt debt,- resillterf
in A charge, tSeiiftr mile
against Ambroslo (luerroro, a Mexican,
tvveuty j ears old. He stabbed Hibatio