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VOL. VI , NO. 133 IIOjN'Oll'ir. II1I TUMnV UN'F W1T.KI.Y WHOLE NUMI1ER 3825
PRffilflFiyT Ciycemrtn;710 Immediate Action on Currency Bill the
riiLulULli I unli). President Makes Second Personal Appeal to Congress
Gurroncjr Reform Bill, Ho Says,
Offers P4coplo tho Ohanco to
Control tho Banks and Take
Power Out of the Hands of the
Capitalists1, Who Now Dictate
Terms of Business.
AS MUCH PARTY BILL
AS THE TARIFF MEASURE
Says Ho Will Not Alter Terms, No
Matter How Much tho Bankers
Kick No President Would Dare
Play Politics With the Nation's
Credit, Is tho Statement He
Made to tho Press"
(Hy i'cderjl Wireless Telegraph )
WASHINGTON, June l:i.
(Special to The Advoitiser) lie
ol.'iiinn tho occasion was one ior
tho country at Inrjre, President
Wilson, for tho socoihI tiinL' in lik
administration, today camo to tho
Capitol to personally deliver a
message to congress.
The Piexidcnt demanded
action on the Currency
Bill, whiuh is to bg formally placed
before congress tit once. The keynote
of hia speecli was that the
currency measure is ,11 twin with
tho tariff bill and that currency
is vitally necessary to enable
tho business' inteiests of the
to adjust .themselves to new
eonclitious.acJsiugMflut of the revision
Ho pleaded in particular for
government control Of the banks,
that theymitjht be "the servants,
not tho masters, of the people."
An Administration Bill.
Speaking afterwards to the Nation
through tlie newspaper
and declaring that no President
"would be audacious enough
to play politics with the credit ol
the Nation,' President Wilson announced
that the whole weight of
the administration would be put in
to tho support of the Currency
Reform Bill to bo introduced in
tho seriate by Senator Owens of
Oklahoma, and in the house by
Representative Glass of Viiginia.
People of Bankers.
lie said that only two altei natives
aio possible Mil reorganizing
the currency system of the country:
whether the people themselves
or tho bankeis will control.
The Currency Bill, be said, was'
just as much an administration
measure as tho Underwood Taiill'
Will Push It Through.
The proposal that a central
boatd of control be appointed by
the President, with the consent of
the senate, would not be changed.
AVilson said, if he could help it,
no matter how much the hauk.cis.
objected. To the charge, that such
a plan places too much power in
the hands pf a, "political President,"
ho replidd that no Chief
Executive could bo sufficiently audacious
to attempt to gain political
advantage through the use of
the Natiotr'b credit.
The Currency Bill uUthori.es
the issue bf five hundred million
of emergency currency, to bo
available only when needed, 'as in,,
nines stringency, anu
to be ictiirned when the emergency
curicncy would not conflict with
money ahoady in cii dilution. The
President said that the figure was
placed at $300,000,000 because
during the panic of 1907 the
amount of clearing 'house certificates
issued was less than half
The inevitable result of tho pas-sago
of tho proposed currency le.
gislation, the President thinks,
will be thot the people will rule
the banks, not that the hankers
will rale the people.
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TO PREVENT Ml
lustriarf Intrigue Responsible for
Trouble Among the Allies
Fears Slav Union.
n, p,J,nO Wirrlrai TVIrcrnliM
LONDON, Juno 23. (Special to The
Advertiser) In tho hopo of preventing
ItiipoiKliun hostilities in tho Haitians,
the Powers lire bringing nil possible
prcssuro for pouco between Greece,
and Hulgaria.jwlio'aro on tho verge
of nar over tlio loc.i'itios cijituroil from
tho Turks. Tho Powers aro urging
of tho territorial dispute between
tlie three nations.
Whilo no direct confirmation in ob
tainable, It is freely reported thai Austria
is 6ccrotly creating diasentton
among tlie Ilalkan allies, desiring to
mako it impossiblo for the organization
of a powerful Slav coalition, wiiich, in
tlio near future, might possibly unite
to disrupt and dismember Austria-Hungary
. DISCOVERED IN TIME
r r T r t
(Hy 1'ederal Wireless Telccrniih)
LONDON, .luno 23. (Special
to Tlie Adv crtifor) -A sufTrugotto
attempt to wreck an express train
from London to PI mouth, in n
tunnel near Dovouport, was re.
p.ortod today. A motor belong-
ing to tho London and South-
western Itnilways. while proceed-
ing through flip tunnel, came in
contact with a hcay obstacle
Tho inotormnn discovered two
heay wooden ties wedged
tween tho rails over which tho
express train was duq to pass,
VISITS THE BRITISH
(By Tederal WirelessTelegraph.)
LONDON, .luuo 23. (Special to The
Advertiser) President I'oincairo of
Franco has eho'seu Knglund for his first
(illlcial vis.lt after Ins election and will
nrrivo at Spithead on on tlio
dreadnaught Jean Hart, to bo the guest
of King (Jcorgo and the British nation
until Juno 27.
JOINT ARMY AND
NAVY WORK PLANNED
fjlr Federal Wifeless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Juno 23, (Special
to The AdvertlsVr) Plans lire under
wnj for joint army and navy coast
ererclres ofl long' Island South and
Narrnjansett Hay In thp vv'cek beginning
WHEN PRESIDENT WILSON
GREAT SONGSTRESS RUB TO "LIKE IIP"
, , WITH DTHEH PASSENGERS WHLKTHE
Two musing iiumlicrj in tho
tino llrmon board tho steamer Sierr.i
cterday as it lay oft" the roof await
tug pratiijuo heralded to Honolulu the
fait that Madame Lillian 'ordica, operatic
Mar mill famous singer, had arrived,
for ono of those who wero missing
was heisclf. Tho other was merely
a passenger too ill to ario and so
elicited no comment, but it was with
soere ees that tho quarantine doctor
louked at the gap in tlio line that represented
The absence was explained ly her
"Madame is in her state
room,1''-said tills attendant, wjtli extreme
politeness. "It is blit a Htdp tills
way, doctor, and sho is rc.idy to
"Xothlng doing," said tho hardhearted
guardian of XJnilo
health "She'll h.io to Uno up with
theirest of them."
"Hut it wil( take biit'a minute, doctor!'
expostulated tho nttendaiit.
yNothlng doing; sho ins to lino up
it the rail," and perforce sho did.
"Take those g!oes oir," -was the
l oxt mandate of tho United States
I'ublic Health ScrUcc, atid Madame
look one off,
"Talio them both oft," was the supplementary
So she took them both off, ery
nngry, and being 'ordered to hold her
hands out as customary, had the doubtful
pleasure of witnessing a closer examination
of them than any other
Murray Tor Honolulu!" chccrcl ,
fellow-passenger later. "She wouldn't!
PRESIDENT RAS SIGNED TRE SUNDRY
' WASHINGTON, -lime 24. (Associated Piess, Cable) -The
Sulidiy Civil Apinopriation Hill, whieh the President has
been holding for Mime time, considering the rider whieh
Vents tlio u,se of 'any of the amount appiopriated under the
''bill for of the Sherman Anti-trust Law being
used agaiiibt labor unions or associations of farnfeis, finally
affixed his Higimture to tlie hill last night and made available
the amount earned under it.
A REAL SPORT.
HHRL1N. Juno 1..
w ant on Egan'Krugcr, tlie noted
horseman, won the steeplechase
4 at Magdeburg this afternoon. Im-
iredlatoly after the race ho flow
to the Grucnnald, near Berlin, in
a b'plana Ho made the
eighty milts .In ninety minutes,
and arrived just in time to ride
hin own hoto and win the
dam gold cup.
FIRST SPOKE AT THE CAPITOL.
witli any of us all tho way
Hut nevertheless Muilamo Nordlca,
'probably most famous of Ajnerirnn
singers, arrived in Honolulu with her
stilte jeitorday morning nnd comii'enced
her twq weeks' visit by registering at
tlio Moina Hotel and leisurely enjoying
the sights and sounds of Honolulu from
n touring enr during tho afternoon,
In tho course of tho motor journey
she stopped down town, and it Is confidentially
whispered that slip purchased
a bulling suit and that the waves nt
Walkiki will lie honored during her no
journ at tho beach hostelry.
Tn tho party is Paul Dufnult, tho
tenor, whoso return Honolulu greets
with nccluim. Hver Binco ho sing with
do C'lfcjicros on her last tour which
brought her hero, ho has been firmly
fixed in the hearts of local music lovers,
and his reappearance Is awnited with
almost as much interest as that of the
primn donna herself. ,
The pirty has made npjilwiH for its
stay hero beyond tho concert nights
tliiH week, but if things arc favorable
mav take the Volcano trip.
Madame Xordici nrrived just in time
to catch up with one naughty rumor
and nail It, for although sho retired
earlv last night 'after her strenuous
day nshoro and could npt bo seen, she
nutlnrl7ed the statement that she cm
ohalicnlly does not intend to appear
on n niuleville hinge. Coast papers arriving
on the boat with her yesterday
tatrd that she intended to "shortly
nnnomire her plan to go into vniidcvillo
which is as jet a secret on Ilrnjdwny."
no oner was mane, says lier representative,
but declined, '
TO ESCAPE NOTORIETY
fTW Vnlrrsl Wir'lrii Tlmph )
CHICAGO, June 23. (Special to Tlio
Advertiser) .lack Johnson's uttornej
today asked United States Judgo Cur
Iicntor to cljango the rntenin nt a
year's imprisonment in .Toilet peniten
tiary and n fine of $1000, meted out to
the big black pugilist, so as to allow
him to do his time in Leavenworth.
'Johnson thinks that Joliet is too closo
i to' Chicago for htm to cscapo "unplcas.
Juut notoriety," ,
KIN UTS THE
Gaminctti Caso Occupies Time of
Congress and tho Heads of
i(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Juno 23. (Special
Jo Tlio Advertiser) Itcprespiitatlve
Knhti of California introduced in tho
houso today twli resolutions, demand
ing tint tho attorney -general prodlico
tho documents nnd orders referring to
! tho postponement 'of tlio Diggs Caml
ncttl and the Western Fuel Trust trials,
whiih resulted in the resignation of
United States District Attorney McNab
! nf Kin Francisco.
Tlio resolutions nrc said to cover
every of the ilc'i'r'mont of jus
tlce referring to tho caso.
('resident Wilson said ho was not
informed as to tho details of the Diggs
("niiiinettl case, but that on tho surface
it seemed tn bo a liumano move to
allow Camlnetti's father to attend tho
It is reported that Attorney General
ifcliej nobis and Secretary llryjn have
conferred over tho matter.
CAMINETTI SHOULD BE
DISCHARGED, SAY SOME
WASHINGTON, .Tuno 3. (Associated
Frejs Cabr to Star Htllctln) A
iCFolution calling upon the judiciary
commltteo tn hold public hearings on
(he MeNab resignation ease was
by Heprescntiitivo Hlncbaugh,
President Wilson his asked Attorney
(Teiiera! Mcltcvnnldii to mako a com
pleto report on tho circumstances cm
bodied in MeNnb's dinrccs.
Congressman Mann, author of tho
Mann Whltn blnve Act, declared today
that President Wilson should dismiss
Commissioner of Immigration Caml.
nclti, father of ono of the oung men
nrruscd, for using his political and pflb
i inl inlliienco to prevent tlio speedy
trial of his con.
FOUND NUT GUILTY
CAIiAKV, Alberto, Juno 21, (Hy
Associated J'ress Cable) l'clkoyi the
rn i n ,1 1 ., ,1 mti.iliaf wlinan In ill,.
ring killed Luther McCarthy on May
- nere, anu wuo lias uiuier urresi
yinco on a charge of iniiiisliiughter, with
l Tommy minis, ins iniiiiuger, namoa in
tliA BIltilA n, lit nn n ul.nllur
charge, was yesterday found not guilty
nuu was uisciiargeii lorni cusiouyt
TVillnvvinir tin xerdki nf tho lurV.
rl'elkcy announced that ho would never
icuuii'i u priu ji uiiiu.
Still Up in
the Air Says
E. M. Watson
All the Candidates Have Their
House and Senate Backers,
Ho Tells Coast Writers.
tHy Federal Wlieless Telegraph)
SAN KHANOI8CT), California, dune
,t. (Speelnl to The Advertlsor) The
selection of n successor to Governor
Kresr of Hiiwull t still "all up in
tho nir," according to K. M. Wntson,
a Hniioliilu nttorney, todny
Watson said ho lnet half a dorcn
other cmnl,liltiiM nt rli,t Vndnnul fnti
tol, each of whom is ch.uupioued by a
itruun group 01 memners or mo nouse
nnd but President Wilson has
not let nnv nun understand thut 1m 1ms
a clenr field.
The President told Watson's friends
that ho would give him the Hnvva inn
idlllll If ho cnilbl feel Hint Wiitann
would be physically able to administer
the office. Watson is recovering from
l.is recent stroke nf paralysis, nod, to
moot the President's objection, lias
men vvun tne rreslilcnt s secretary n
number of certificates from civilian
and nruiv duclnrs 1U nrn
peels of retaining good health through
oui ins prospective term or olllco.
Steps Taken by Ernpiro's Sons in
Honolulu tp Bo Hosts for
Tho great eruisor .droad nought Now
Zealand will receive u real Hritlsh wel
come In this port, oven if it is tho first
foreign port at which tlio representative
of tho modern Hritlsh Navy will stop in
what Is almost a tour of
tho Hritlsh dopendoncicd. Last night,
at a meeting attended bv.iiinrn'tlmn u
hundred representative niCjU of tho (,!ty,
,ivbo aro or who wero ItorniHritish sub-
jvio iiiiun nno iiihuu vv rut:L lliu.uw
Zealand and Ijr., tneri," while 1 was
further nnuounceil Hint the Now Zen-hinders
rosidlng In tho city will ospec
lally welcome and ontertuln tho ,Now
Zealanders, who aro members of the
ward room and tho crow. At J.ist
night's meeting, held at tlio Young
Hotel, a tcutativc program was drawn
up, lommittees wero uppolnted and a
subscription llqt started.
.1. 11. Itenticrn, consul general for
Great llrltain, was elected clialnnan of
tho incoting, with William Henley us
lecrctnry, and it general dlsciissloa as
to plans and ways and means ended In
the appointment of a commltteo mid
circulation of n subscription Jist, which
wns liberally signed. The commltteo
named to huvd general chargo of tho
entertainment of tho men of tho Now
Zealand, with tho chairman and sccro
tary, aro: George Davics, O. 0. Haleu
tyno, Itoderlck. O, Jilathcson, J. l'hlllipj,
Ilobert Catton, J. Fonvvlck and C, M.
A nuuibei of suggestions wero made
as tu tho form of entertainment to be
adopted. It was generally agrcod that
whatever was done be for the
men, as the entertainment of tho ofll
cers will bo well looked after prlvatcl
and by tho naval officers of tho port,
officials of tho federal and territorial
government and tho Pacific, University
nnd Country Clubs. Tho funds, then,
aro to bo usod for a two days' entertainment
ashore of tho sailors ami ma
rlnes, Including trolley tiips about tlio
city, snorts at Jiapiolant I'ark, Malts to
(Continued on Pago Three.)
STEAMER IN TRE
VERY NIGK OF TIME
(Hy FcdcrM Wireless Telegraph,)
KLTCHIKAN, Alaska, Juno 23.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho Pae
iflc Const Steamship Company's steamer
Curacao is u total wreck today, having
run full speed into nn uncharted rock
at Warm Church, thirty miles from
L'gg, on tho west coast of Prince
of Wales Island, Tho pumps wero pow
orlcss against tho Inrush of water, the
bottom of tho vessel being ripped open,
and Cupula Thomson imnicllately
headed tho vessel for tlm beach, reaching
shore just us the wnter climbed to
the deik Hue,
While several persons narrowly es
raped drowning, nn lives were lost.
Tho steamer sank to tlie bottom.
CZAR'S HEIR SUFFERING
FROM KNEE TROUBLE
QDKfcKA, June U, It is announced
that tlie Czar's only son, whose illness
lart autumn was surrounded by mysturj,
is to undergo a euro nt Hakkl, in the
northern Crimen, where there is a salt
lagoon and mud baths.
It is generally understood that tho
Czarevitch is suffering from hardening
of the tissues joft knee.
&ntf' k -" h '
TO ACT III
Minister Reports to Washington
Embassy When President
'to Deruand'.That British Rail-way
Be Protected. fronuAttack
from Advancing 'Rebels, tr
WILL DO THETbEST HE CAN
T - . ' r
Situation in Southern Republic
Crows Dailyj; Worse, According
to Reports from the Field Two
Serious Reverses to Federals
(11 Kedornl rolesl( Telegraph')
Mli.XlCO CITY, Juno 23, (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) i'ollowing nn un.
sntisfiutury reply fromjbo Hucrtn
to n domnndsby the Hritlsh
ninbtor lurothnt thbjfEngUsli railroad
between 6t Mexico .juld the
tea const nt Vorn'CruV. bo kept open
and amply prtToliteti ngnlnst fittack by
tho rebols, ,lho Uritisli cmbnssy at
Washington ,Isjio"dy lit;recoipt of a report
covorinirftho whole question.
He ond stilting that sjeps wero bolng
tnken to prevent tho capital from being
isolated', l'resldcn$., Hucrtn would
mako no guarnnfoo. ,,
This wag coiijjlilored far front satisfactory
nnd the limttor wns at ouco laid
before tho Washington .embjissy.
MEXICO UlTMoidco, Juno 23.
(Special to Tho Advertlsor) The capture
of the city gf IJiirnngo by the
rebels is unolllcinlly reported.
REPORTED A PRISONER
ntJUOLAS, Arizona, Juno 23,(8poe
in) to Tho Advortiser) General Pedro
OJeda, I'odoral commander, who fought
a three-day battlo In nnd ground Ortiz
with tho nttacking etnto troops, under
(lener.il Obregon, was reported today to
JffiR FDR RETURN
(Hy rcdornl Wireless
I INCINNATT, Ohio, June 23. (Special
to The Advertiser) In their eagerness
to get back to work, a score of
women wero trampled upon and injured
todu, duriug u panic which tlio reading
of a telegram by business ugents at
miss meeting of 30,000 striking gar.
incut workers occasioned. Tho telegram
was from their union head council,
tho striki8 t resume work.
As soon us tho tho mes
sago was grasped, men, uud women made
a wild rush tor the exits of tho hull.
Many of tho weaker ones wpro throwp
to tho floor and severely injuied.
I'liiou leaders declared that agitators
of the Industrial Workers pf tho World
vvero tho ones ho induced tho garment
workers to quit wofk Saturday night,
RECIPIENT OF PLUM
WASHINGTON, June 'J4. (Hy Asio-
elated Press Cubic) MeriUb Wel"''
son, tho woll known novelist of Indiana,
has been offered tha'Vpost of Uultcd
States minister to Portugal, and has ac
cepted, James Phelan, former insor of
Sail rraucisqo, who had been ottered
the ambassadorial post lit Vicuna, has
FOUR KILLED IN BIG
BLAZE AT MONTREAL
l Wlrfltu TelfriU )
MONTItUAli, Quebec, June 23, (Bp
tial to Tho Advertiser) As the result
of ono of tho worst fires which bai
visited this city for some time, four
people are uad today, due to a collaps
iog wull, nnI property is destroyed! to
tho ubout $2oO,W0,