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Republicans Begin Strugglo to
Prevent Free Listing of Agricultural
Products, Claiming Attempt
of Democrats to Cheapen
Farm Produots to Make Up for
SCHEDULE T UNDER HUE
Senator Smoot of Utah, Offers a
Substitute for Wool Section,,
Virtually Incorporating the
Recommendations That Were
Made Last Year by the Tariff
(II' Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July II. (Special
to The Advertiser) The Itepubllenn
attack on the Democratic tnrlll bill was
opened In tlio senate, today, Senator
McCumbcr ol North Dakota spoke
against tlio free listing of agricultural
products and charged tlio majority with
attempting to cl.capen tlio pike of farm
products lu order to make up for extravagant
(Senator SAioot of Utah introduced a
HulMltuto for schodulo "K."'tho wool
Bection. His bill virtually Incorporates
the recommendations made last year by
the tariff commission.
F05S WILL MOVE HIS
(Hy ''cderal Wireless Telegraph.)
BOSTON, July 14.-(Special to The
Advprti'or) Governor Eugene Foss of
Massachusetts today confirmed reports
that he intend) to move must of his
iron foundry interests to Canada.
"Five hunlred millions of Amcrkan
capital," he laid, "formerly invested
in America, has been withdrawn and-invested
in Canada in tho past few
years becanso of absurd conditions
treated by the Itcpnblican and tlio
Democratic proposed tariff legislation.
"American mnniifncturers havo completely
filled tho demand. llxistlng conditions
arc such that we must curtail
or move out .of America and move into
countries whose markets wo desire to
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAOItAMFNTO, July 11. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tho business district
of tho historic town of I'laccrviilc lies
in ashes following a flro that threatened
the lives of scores of residents and
which was chocked only after n fight
of several hours. Tho fire started at,
two-thirty o'clock this morning from
an unknown cause iu a small buihUng
back of the Western Hotel.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, July 11. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho bsst advice
other than that of Navy men Is to be
sought by Secretary Daniels in reaching
a decision regarding the completion
of the big Pearl Harbor drydock iu Hawaii.
Tho secretary has spent several days
in listening to tho report of ci II' engineers
and department officials "on
the difficulties lu tho way tif carrying
out tho original plans for tho construction
of tho dock as tho result of tho
upheaval of the floor."
He has concluded that" tho amount f
money Is so large that decision
should be delayed until ho "can
secure the best expert ndvlee.
PRESIDENT YUAN SHIH.KAI,
Head of the ( lnnesc Itepuhlic whose
Iiule is opposed bv Isolationists.
u A REBEL"
Suffragette, Rampant, Defies the
' Government; Jailed After
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, July 11. (Spocial to The
Advertiser) Mrs. "iHmmeliuo Pank-
hiiist and Ajijno Kinney,, militant sun",
i age Ito . ea.ls,MtcftilUio ument
today liy ..speaking lit the-weekly meeting
of r )ho Wanton 'h Social and J'ollti.
('Ill t'llldll. MiN Klnnnv.wnn
during tho uproar caused" liv a clash be
tween tho polled and symp.itliucrs with
i no muirngciics.
After the meeting Mrs. Pankhuri.t
( vailed the officers, but sho waH eap
turcd liter in tho day by a detective
who saw her leave tlio plnco in a taxi,
nnd pursued her in another. Tim two
vehicles engaged in a whlrlivind race
through tho crowded streets, but the
fugitlo leader was at length run down
and taken to jail,
Mrs. Pnnl.liiirst was reroived with an
ovation at the meeting. Hlio leaned
heavily on a table as sho iiddrcscd a
few fervent sentemea tntthn audience.
'I nm ii rebel, as is Sir lMward Carson.
Until of us rebels hecnuso
there, in un ntlier unv nimii In n in
redress our grievances. I would sooner
no a rouri mini njuavc, i wouiil rainer
dlo than submit."
(Ily lVderal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, .Inly 14. (Special to TIip
Advertiser) Sylvia I'ankhurst was
from Hollow ay jail last night as
the result of her hunger strike. Miss
I'ankhurst was sentenced on .Inly 8 to
thrco months' imprisonment for inciting
to commit disorders on June 20.
when sho led a mob to Downing Street
to attack the official residences of the
SILVER LOVING CUP IS
PRESENTED TO CRUISER
CHARLESTON BY JAPAN
(IlV Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July 14.
(Special to The Advertiser) It
was stated today that Japan had
prctentcd the United States
er C hnrlestou with a .silver
lug cup. In August, 1010, thero
was a flood in ToMo and tho
eers ind men of the Charleston
and the cruisers Saratoga and
New Orleans which worn near tho
stricken city raised a frind which
was sent ashore for tho relief of
the (.afferent. Tho Incident was
forgotten until Ambaador Chimin
sent the cup to the state depart-
ment with a request that it bo
forwarded to the Charleston.
Kahuku wireless was in touch with
(ho steamer Makuia, bound from New
Zealand, at eight o'clock last nloht.
The vessel Was then 531 miles off Honolulu.
The Marama, from Vancouver,
also reported, It Has 013 miles off
Revolutionists Undor General LI
Engaged in Battlo With Troops
of Yuan in Kiansi
Frqvincc Republican Army
Provcnts Junction of Rebel
TOKIO, Japan, July 13. (Spocial to
tho Hawaii Bhinpo) Civil war, for
which President Yuan lias
quietly been preparing for somo time,
has broken out in China and tonight at
Chili-Chiang, In tho province of Klaus',
tho army of tho Republic, commanded
by General Wu is engaged
in a fierce bntie with revolutionary
army under Qcneral LI Chun, and
which is sild to number 30,000 well
Tho trocps of Yuan attacked
tho revolutionary army to provent
a coalition between tlio soldiers of General
LI Chun and another revolutionary
army which is approaching from
News that Notth China, as represent
ed b) President Yuan and his
supporters, is engaged in a struggle
with the houthern provinces, who stand
by Dr. Sun Vat Sen. has been lung ex"
pected by thoso acquainted with existing
conditions in China, For some time
past it has been apparent that there
would be no real peace or nu) thing
noic than tho sembhinco of government
in China until tho question of supremacy
had been decided by recourse
to arms, ,
For months past tho southern provinces
havo been in a state of revolt
against the central government. They
havo refused to pay taxes for tho
of tho central government, and
havo been recruiting troops and drilling
them in tho expectation that they
would bo called upon to fnco an army
from the north.
President Yuan has not been
Idle. For tho imtt two months, uccnnl.
lug to the now"' from China, ho has
fceert 'dispatching- tniStod troorts south
vnru, ustonslbly for tho purpose of
miiurnudihg bands which havo
bocu roaming through tho provinces.
His nrniy is well supplied with artillery
and cavalry and has the ndvnntngu of
laving a war chest back of It.
Local Colony Divided.
Feeling among tho loenj Chinese Is
representative of that in China. Tho
'olnny is divided into Yuan
and Doctor Sun factions. The lntter
charge that Yuan aspires to become
that ho plvits for n power,
vvhilo they adhere to the principles
if lomibllcanism with their leader Doctor
Tho tullowcrs of President Yuan urgo
that one man and a strong man Is
to plnco the liepubllc on a firm
Irasis nnd assert that only by acceding
'o the policv of I'rcsideut Yuan can
China hope for internal peace.
Yuan an Ablo Statesman.
According to former United States
Minister Calhoun. Yuan is the
ablest statesman in China. Although
an out man, ho has shown great firm.
ne,ss and ability in dealing with difficult
problems which have- surrounded him
over since ho assumed office. Ilesot on
3iio side by Itussia with her claims re
Jarding Mongolia, and with Japan
urging an understanding on the
question, not to mention tlio
mntter of securing great loans necessary
to conduct the government, President
Yuan now finds himself
with n formldablo revolt on his hands.
It U beliovcd by partisans of Yuan
here, that if ho succeeds in
-rushing the rebellion, ho will adopt
trong measures with relation to whipping
tho southern provinces Into line
for (he general support of tlio government,
nnd that for a timo at least ho
will nssumo tho powers of a dlctatoV
nnd rulo by martial lav.
Kiansi Revolution Hotbed.
Kiansi province, where the first
of the civil war is being fought,
lies north of province. 1'ho
iatter, in which Canton is sltuatod, is
the hotbed of revolt, as It was under
tho cmplro of tho Mnnehus, and although
ono of tho richest provinces in
tho liepubllc, it has been opposed to
Yuan government from tho
beginning and has refused to pay taxes
to the central government.
Of ate President Yuan 'has forced
tho band of tho revolutionists by removing
a number of officials disloyal
to his government several of whom aro
said to ArVArdecjimped to Hongkong
with higfMfT of3Yq' from the pub.
lie treasury f, U 4
WASHINOTO.V, July 14. (Special
to The Advertiser) President Wilson
returned from Windsor,' Vermont, at
nine-thirty o'clock today. Ho went at
once to the executive offices.
Dark Hore Candidate for Gov
crnorship Lopes Over tho Horizon
and Gallops Into Washington,
Impressing the Observers
Thorc Willi His Fine Gait and
WASHINGTON,! July 14. Special to
The Advertiser)! E. Plnkham of
Honolulu, the last announced candidate
for the governorship of Hawaii, is iu
Washington and Is marshalling h.s
forces. In circles here
It Is stated Uiat Mr. Pinkham Is being
seriously considered aa the succerior
of Oovernor Froar, and it la reported
that he has strong backing here, a
well as having the secret support of
a large number of the business inter,
osts In the Islands.
Yesterday Mr. Flukham had an Interview
with C'O President and afterwards
called upon Secretary of the Interior
Lane, spending some tlma with
each. This may bo taken to indicate
that his claims upon the position havo
welftht with the administration.
?ROF. WILLIAM A.
BRYAN, IS COAST TIP
William Alauson Ilryan, professor,
for Governor of Hawaii, is the tip of
the Los Angeles Times, a jortlon of
whoso Interview with Professor Ilryan
was wirelessed from San Francisco to
Tho Advertiser last week. Tho follow
ing, from the Times of July 3, gives
further particulars of tho Ilryan boomi
"William A. yryan, professor of
zoology nt tho College of Hawaii, nnd
now a guest at tho homo of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jlrvun, in Whit,
tior, will in all propnbility be the next
Governor of Hawaii. At least such
is the prophecy of those in touch with
insular politics who havo followed the
career of tho brilliant young suicntfut.'
"So favornblv iaivo
nnj rretfciitlnlsr beon received and
pnsscn upon uy mose in autnority nt
Washington, nnd so strong is the hacking
lrom mon hleh in the lleimbllcan
nnd Democratic ranks of tho Tcrrtlory
pt Hawaii, tnnt ins friends consider
his appointment a foregone conclusion.
This lias been moro than cmphaslrod
by the fact that President Wilson has
deferred nominating a successor to Oov
ernor i-rear until tlio present turmoil
over tho gubernatorial chair has somewhat
"'While It is true that my uamo
has been sent on to President Wilson
for consideration in connection with thn
governorship of Hawaii, and. while I
hnvo nssurancc from tho President and
my friends iu,3Vahingtqn that my papers
havo been favorably received, I
am not an active candidate, in tho or'
dlnary sense of the word, as I havo
tiot mi ii do a regular campaign to secure
personal or political backing,' eald Pro.
ressor ilryan yestenlay.
"'Should tho President sec fit. to
offer the appointment, it will be made
without the uso of influence of any
kind other than nersonnl merit, accent-
ability and general nvallibility. Should
none or tno tnrco or four avowed candl
date?, who lone havo been under ran.
rideration by tho President, prove acceptable,
I trust my name and credentials
as a private citizen nnd collego
professor and n constructive Democrat
(Continued on pago two.)
THREE DIE WREN 10
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PAUIS, July 14. (Special to
The Advertiser) M. Hertiu and
his son met instant death here
today during an ascent in a mono-
dano of Ilertln's own invention.
Tho machine capsized, and ns St
struck tho earth tho. petrol tank
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MUHLHAUSKN. Germany, July
1J. ( Special to Tho Advertiser)
Aviator Dietcrickho was Instant-
ly killed here today In making a
landing. His aeroplane overturned
nnd he was crushed beneath the
ZAPATISTAS PLOT FOILED.
MKXirO CITY, Moxico, July H.
(Ily Associuted Press Cable to tho
A plot of the Zapatistas to
assassinate President Hucrta and overthrow
tho Huerta dictatorship has been
discovered and frustrated. Kloven of
those said to bo conspirators have been
While an anti-American procession
was passing through the streets, a Japanese,
flag was displayed" at one point.'
The procession cheered 'the flag,
VOL. V!., No. 14(1 IIONiHril IIVWAII II KRimitY. Til SHAY. U'LY 15. I'M v Ml WI'IMN Wltnl.K NUMIIKR J?
TARIFF FIGHT1 SURROUNDED REVOLT BY IN ORIENT REVOLUTION IN PHI SEES AssociatJo?i Mulhajl Tells Fought How Manufacturers' Union Labor
BEGINS IN CHINA BEGINS, TIE PRESIDENT NT
p w. s. ,t vjrMsLLnt
& ,t is I " vfr iif si St .iLLLLLV
K 'Kl ' t JBt
and Paid Spies
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
WASHINGTON, duly II. (bpecial
lo"Tho Advertiser) How tho National
Association of Manufacturers is alleged
to havo bo nt; lit politicians, paid spits
in Philadoliiiila during tho nrintors'
strike o( 1110(1, nnd jnepared n broad
campaign to romiMt tno American red
rrutlon ,jf, Labor, mis' illsclsdafc, today's
session if the ipnntu conimittco
investlgatini; tho "insidious lobby"
This Information was given by Martin
Mulliall of Ilnltlmorii when ho
the stand. Mulliall pruiluced
two hundred letters purporting to show
tho mnuufacturers' unti labor fight, Ho
declared that Michael Collins, a union
engineer, was paid by the
Hskorlatinn to spy on the strikers.
Mulliall denied that ho personally
sold his story to the New York World
and tho Chlengo Tribune uunspapers.
The witness declared that n newspaper
writer named Dairy had arranged lor
its sale. Tho witness said he hail pre
viously offered the narrative fiei; to
Hearst's magazine, but that his offer
had been turned down.
"After contracting to sell .tl0
Hucrta Troops Capture Mexican
Town, But Probably Must Fight
to Hold Advantage.
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
RAOLi: PASS, Texas, July 1 1,
to The Advertiser) iiontiovn uu
important rebel stronghold in tho State
of Conhila, ICO miles south of here, vvab
captured by Federal troops under General
Mans after a desperate, battle, according
to advices received horo today.
Tho loss of life via both sides is re
ported to havo been heavy.
Yauastiro C'arranza, revolutionary
leader is massing his iurccs and probably
will retake the town. tleiicrnl
Maas waited until Carrauza and tho
greater number of his troops had left
Mouclova for C'andela before, advancing
on the city. Carrauza made u forceil
march to return to Monclova when a
courier brought rjons of tho Federal's
approach, but arrived too Into to parti,
clpato In the Jlty's defense, Tho rebel
garrison is said to havo numbered
thrco hundred men wliilu General
Mans' command consisted of about one
BLOCKS IU STOCKTON
(Hy Federl Wireless Telegraph)
STOCKTON, July U,- (Special to
The AiUcrt(scr) Practically two solid
blocks of business houses and residences
were wiped out here by Din which broke
out at. midnight. Although two liotels
and a dozen residences filled with people
wero iu Humes within n few. m hi'
utes, there was no lots of life,
',!- Lu.k mmz :
Top David Lamar, center of
senato Insidious lobby probe. Lower
Martin Mulliall who is giving
sensational tostlmony before
storv," said Mulliall, "Harry urged mo
to break tho agreement, representing
that I could get $5U,0U(J from soma other
organizations: I told Harry that
tho iiiaiiufnctiirerH' association did not
havo enough money lo get tho papers
and letters back."
Trainmen in Oonferonco Decide
to Submit .to Arbitration.
(Ily Federal-Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July 14. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Settlement of tho
threatened strike of one hundred
trainmen on forty-live Kastcrn
rnllronds thr6ugh tho acceptance of
both parties of arbitration under tho
terms of the cwlaiids' amendment to
tho Krdman Act was decided upon this
afternoon in a confeience at tho White
President Wilson, Secretary of Labor
Wilson, Ilepreentatlvo Clayton,
Newiands and representatives of
both sides to the dispute were present.
After an hour's confcrcnco It was
j stated that tlio Newiand's amendment
i which provides for an increase for the
I mediation board from three to nlno
I members who would be adopted by the
houso tomorrow. It will bo signed im
mcillatciy ny tne President.
M KILLED, 21 ARE
INJURED IN COLLISION
LOS ANOHLLS, California, July 14.
(Hy Associated Press Cablo to the
One of tho worst accidents
in the history of Southern California
occurred today, when twp Pr.
clflr Kleetrie beach cars collided while
nt nearly full speed. Fourteen people
wero killed outright and 25U iujured,
many of them seriously. Twenty aro
King of Bulgaria Issues State
ment in Reply to Accusations
of Cruelties Practiced by His
Retreating Troops, Making
Counter Charges of Persecutions
on Part of Servians and
Victors Transporting Captives to
Islands in Aegean Sea is ono of
the Claims of Bulgars Rou-mania,
With Army in Field, Is
Reported to Bo Forming Coali.
tion With Turkey.
(Ilv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, July II. (Special to Tho
Advertise) King Ferdinand of Bulgaria
in n long luessago dispatched from
Sofia today, saysi
"Tho storlos nmt reports which the
Greeks nnd Servians havo been circulating
in Furnpo concerning so called
outrages committed by my troops on
the Greek and Servian population in
Macedonia aro nbsolutely unfounded
and aro published with thn object of
creating a bad Impression."
King 1'erdlnnnd told of tho liberties
enjoyed by tho pooplo of Adrianopls
without regard to their nationality and
closes with tho allegation that systoma.
tic attempts and, persecutions Iihvo been
directed against' tliotHuIcnrian element
In Macedonia-, by tho Servians nnd.
Tho districts of Kastorin, Fiorina,
slid Yolena. )ih.snvs. Jinve. been cleared
of ult men" uinl tho prisons
6f Salonlk'n riro,ovcrflowng with
Innocent Jliilgniinn. CJrent numbers of
Ilulgnrians have been transported front
heir linmes In' tlio country lo Greece
and to tho Islands of tho Aegean Sea.
Tho same cruel regime, ho says, has
been applied to tho Ilulgnrians in tho
regions occupied by tho Servians. Tho
jiuicly llulgnriiiu town of Kukush has
'"""' Ijiirned by l'io Greek
l ..uusands of refugees, King Ferdl
naml concludes in Sofia gave terrifying
accounts of thn horrible deeds commit
ted by tho Servians nnd tho Greeks.
The llulgiirlan government is ready to
submit to an intornutionnl inquiry
which will enlighten tho vy'drlil concern,
lug tlio stories of tho excesses says King
ROUMANIA IS JOINING
. FORCES WITH TURKEY
(Ily Federal Wlrolcss Telegraph )
I.ONDON, July 14. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Tho situation iu tho
continued serious today, Itcports
from Iluclnirrst say that Kou.miiniiin
troops nro continuing their invasion of
Bulgaria, having reached lilhritsch.
Itnumaiihi mid Turkey also nro reported
to havo rchoad "an understanding,
whereby Houuiaiitn is to support
Turkey In Its campaign against
The Porte, It is said, is moving
two nrmles, one from Ilulair and tho
other from Tchatalja.
DESTRUCTION IN PATH OF
SALONIKA, Turkoy, July 11. (liy
Associated Press Cable to tho Star-Hul
letin) A red record of pillago nnd violence
is being left by tlio Hulgnriau
forces as they flee from the victorious
Servians and Greeks. Tho llulgars are
sacking every city nnd town thoy pass,
and (ho wholo countryside is horror-stricken
at the deeds the half savage
soldiers are committing.
Tho city of Sores has been burned tn
thn ground mid women and children
killed and mutilated.
churches, synagogues niiiV itTiisulates
alike are destroyed by fire. Tho Anion
can Tobacco Company's great warehouse,
and been dnmairo'l
to an estimated extent of a million
LONDON, July 14. (Hy Assf.cirtod
Press Cablo to tho Tho
correspondent of tho London' Hilly MaM
at tho lmttlefront in Macedonia, has
-aided his paper that tho Bulgars aro
burning and crucifying wounded Ser
PERMISSION GRANTED TO
REOPEN CLOSED BANK
(Ilv Federal Voteless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON. July 14, - (Special
to The Advertiser) Permission to
reopen or business was wired today to
tho Xirst National Hank "of
Pennsylvania, by Acting Comptroller
of the Currency Kane. This Is
1? 0,,A,,e ,m"ks involved in the recent
difficulties of tho National
Hank of Pittsburgh. .
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