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MFKIPIIiy PI flT I l
TO DYHE i
Cocnal Ellsworth, Stationed a ,ti
Pcdrts Ncgras, Cresses Into
Safety, Talcing Res-orb
of Office With Him and
Tilegtaphing DJtiib of the
Conspiracj to Washington.
Final Action on Recognition of
Huerta Qovernracnt Is Not Ex
pected Until After Arrival of
Ambassador WilBon From the
City of ifficxico; Latter Will
Probably Not Return to Latin
(By Federal Wireless Tolegraph.)
EAGLE PASS, Texas, July 17.
(Special to Tl-o Advertiser) -
Details of an alleged plot to
mlto tlio American consulate at
Fedras Nogras, Mexico, were
graphed to Washington today by
Consul Ellsworth. After sending
If the official records of the consulate
. to Eagle Pass, Consul Ellsworth
also spent the night at the array
post here. Ellsworth refused to
discuss tho alleged plot,
(By Fodoral Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, July 17. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Excitement in
Mexico overUiu lcrlliiK
Is growing rapidly, since tho discovery
of a plot to blow np ths American con
sulato at Pedras Ncgras, and a crisis is
expected within a few days.
From all parts of tho Republic re-ports
are being received hero of insults
ottered to Americans and open talk of
war In case tho United States is forced
to tako action for the protection of
Tho feeling is practically confined to
tho government adherents.
ACTION DELAYED UNTIL
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July 17. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) While It Is generally
believed that no decisive action
will bo taken by tho government In
regard to the situation in Mexico until
after the arrival In Washington of Ambassador
Henry Larib Wilson, both
and American commercial interests
are clamoring for recognition by tho
United States of tho Huerta. government.
American bankers, It is said today,
aro willing to make loaiH to Mexico
If Huerta is recognized by tho United
States. At tH samo timo financial
of other nations hcsltato to loan
money until action is taken by the
'Ambacsador Wilson, it is generally
believed will not return to Mexico.
BY LORD DECIES
Titled Hudband of Vivian Gould
Alleges Contractors Over-
charged Him $40,000.
(By I'cdornl Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, July 17.- (Special t.i Tin
Advertiser) y Declaring that In was
ujftr&nrrlefforty thousand dollars on
n contrail forrebulldln,; his liuuso in
Hi'ftuVdjjjh bi'foro liix uinriijgo. in I '.HI
in Vivian (iuuIiI of Now Vork, Lord
HitJ.u in putliiug n fciilt fur ih(inageii
against tlio'i'.rin 11 f lull lifers, who In'
alleges complied with tint aiimijora
ninl nrciiitretn to swindle him.
"II Ik h f(it tull house," Pit-no
loijuy, "damp iiiineullliy und unlit
fur liuimiii habitation, Koniii of til"
fiiure ii r i' qtiterod In tUi lull t !.
TLej liavii iluirgtd me fur wxgeii of up lil hotpitullty, setting that ul nlward
ini'li wliu never itlttb" aiTii shown oer tlio slilp uiul reelvml
A crowd of Kiulel men utlmi'l t)ie pruper crviiig from thp generous re-court
proeriidljiK. It Ii mi n ii .1 M v. frfliun;iit tuhlui, which run dear nrroM
lleai ue ll.iiili), notlier ,,t ..i ))i.ip, tliii ilcwk uuiMllil"i. I'riini Coiuiniindiir
is utrMiHili ill iti nr i.f (! lil n. llirt Li. l.riiMii In (Ii.l vriilfii'iul liltililv. 1'iieli uf
to a lililtu,
- Neiu Zealand
.SKBLy ' '
fctf i !'f i ii
,."..... flb..,t: .w..,k.'AJWL
a Very Gay-
This morning, tit citjltt V) 'clock, thu
New calami will cast olt and depatt
again uioa her tour,
with her tho best wislu'n of nil
IJonoliilii. Her next port will bo Van
coutcr, nhvro elaborate preparationi'
liavo been mailo to reei'iu her ami to
kntorUiii Captain llaltev and liin of
ficers and men. It is probable Unit S.ui
I'raneihco will be a port of call on the
Iri; rontli, an ullicial invitation from
Mayor liolnh liavlni; been received by
Captain Hulfcey yesterday and forward
ed on to tho admiralty,, '
Yesterday was a busy day for the
New Zealandcrs. Tho ollicers were tlio
guests of Ocneral l'unston and lleuernl
Macomb in the uioruiug at a rcvieW
of four thquJiid troops at Bchofield
Barracks, after which tho visitors were
hospitably entertained at tho 1 irst In
fuutry Club and thu local military 'officers
had a chanco to iraternizo with
tho isiting Britishers.
Tlio day's entertainment planned for
tlio men was carried through with tlie.
utmost success, the eports and supjier
at Alexander 1'ield being followed by
un evening at the Liberty Thciitoi,
where tlio New Zealandcm alternated
with tho profeslon.il entertainers on
tho program. An evening's entertain
nient on tho blilp for those who could
not secure liberty was also gicn.
l)urliig tho utteruoou t'nptalu Hal
sey and his jU1cWh were "at homo"
aboard their slun to tho llouolulans
they IT.id met, the fighting crutt being
uaiiv Uccorated for tho ocLasion. Sov-
cnil, hundreds touV advantage of the
. :. -i . :..:i i... t:. .uu.
JilVliniJUJl IU J3ll. LUU itllHUUa ivnav.
ninl tho vceues oii deck and below, iu
thu .ward rooms, were gay, tlio
uownn of tho ladies and tho .many
white uniforms of hosts and naval ami
military visitors, with' plenty of gold
lace, forming u conntuntly shifting pic
Ureat interest was shown in the big
turret guns, tho forward turret being
open fur visitors, with expert gunners
un hand to demonstrate how tho great
tvvulu1 ini'li picn urn aimed, loaded
ami fired nt tho r.ttn of three sliotsiu
minute. In oqo loading und firing ite
inoiistrutloiivU,sterday, a recvinl of nlno
teen ni'on.ii 'wik maiie.
Cajituln llaUoy personally reeohed
inch isltur to tlio ship during the re
minion hour", t'liurmlng by liln munnur,
hllu his nllliers unei 'etlenlly biickiil
' iletr wu u l(oit In Miiiaejf, Muilc" for
Says Good-bye to Hawaii Today Busy
Hours Yesterdays for Captain Halsey
British Officers Saluting the Colors at Schofield. I Htf J&vjHHfflMHiBflSH
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Captain iialsey's Thanks toonoiulu ;iHHHBM
H. M. S. NEW ZEALAND. I'M MtnFJ&Mn,''
Honolulu. July 17, 1913. m ' 'iEV;HHHflBB
Dear Sir: I feel greatly indebted to you for your
and kindness iu procuring news for us of special interest
during. our stay in Honolulu.
We have indeed been hospitably received by everyone
here and are most grateful for all that has been done for us.
I remain, sir,
tho nftcrnoon wiir furnished by thu
nhlp'a band and orchestra, coinblntil,
which was stationed in the gallery uf
PRAISED BY VISITORS
l'unston, U. S. A.,
and Captain Lionel Halsey, Hoynl
Nay, Btood side by shle yesterday forenoon
on thu rolling plain if l.eilchua
military reservation, and for tlio
timo during their acquaintance of
fourtocn years, together they wntchcil
American troops filo by. Tho first occasion
was when the islting 'Uritlslt
naval officer woh a guesb of Ucuuruil
Kuiuton in the trenches at Caloocan,
near Manila in ISHtt, mid where tho
lirltislicr, received his baptism, of fire.
YiM'urd)jiy.j5$ by Captain
of the passing troups was again as u
guesf ot the same general but under
widely dllieicnt and fur nioro poaceiiu
Nearly four thousand Khaki clad men,
comprising somu of the best trained
foldlers ol Uncle Sam's force on
participated in the review,
cnalry umj filcld artillery marched
and passed in Hue
before Uencral l'unston ami Captain
llahey and the assembled llrit ikIi ami
American olllrors. With tlio national
and regimental colors lluttenag in thu
bdl brceio Hhieh 'jit down from
tho Koolau' ruuge, tho great military
resirvatinii took on euu u moro mar
lial like BOiiearauiH than lias been mi
donl In the regular work of thu troop,
(I roil I ieil .ii cur the two
rvproehtutlves.of (irent Hlltulii and
America were a number of olhir n. ii
till ofllcers of tlio Mew
Zealand, ami their )iot fur tho
thu AmOllfun Army uhirers.
Htrelclil fu it line, on hut li iio uf tin
two centers of lnterit were niuuy
The Fourth U. S. Cavalry on Review Yesterday.
tutors, women included; from Schofield
j.arracliB and from Honolulu
"Splendid," Says Captain Halsey.
When the last cavalry horse had galloped
by und the filial band notes hud
floated nway on tlioj breezo, Cuptuiu
Halsey turned to Ocneral runston and
nxprcssed his jdeamre at witnessing a
turnout of American troops which ho
regarded ns "splendid."
Trie various divisions were watched
with deep interest by- tho Britishers,
each Of w houi hail a fuvorablo comment
to Piiikn. Captain Halsey summod up
the rcMow n nil expression of clllciency
of the American Army, and one of the
finest turnouts of Americans ho had
When Col. George K. McOunncgle,
i;irst li'fantry. and iost counnunder,
who rccoived tho 'review, met Captain
Hnlpcy thu latter' praised Colonel Me
Ounneglo for tho splendid turnout of
well-drilled men. Captain Halsey ox--preyed
himself ns astonished when informed
by Colonel McOiinneglo that
thirty live per cent of tho men in lino
wero recruits with only a few weeks'
Ciitnlii Hntscy and his officers wero
met at the Alnkc.i wharf by General
l'liiistoit nnd stair, and General Macomb
and Htnfl', ninl were taken to hcileliia
in motor ears. Tho antos made tbe trip
In good time, the commanding gcu
eriil't mitu reaching tho field lit half
past nine. Tlio review- was scheduled
to beglr nt that time, ami the column
was put iu motion a quarter of mi lour
Beginning of Review.
The infantry jtood iu column nt
mussel before the review, mid nt first
it ill jiot iipjear that mam men nould
pass ny nioot Hut when tlio order wiu4
ghen nnd tlio I'irst Infantry dlsen
gaged Itself from the muds formation
tnil raimi forward In etcmli'il column
tho fle of the forco was appreciated
The I'lrst Infantry, with- lis hnnd at
I "'" '"'"'', ""r,;l",, "I11 rni" "'" "c'd.
nl"1, ,tliL,l'. ' '", f"t. double
mule; marihed tut themt cm ng
(er( ',.,,., .MrliunnVglu, and "stall.
Ttiev stood ii little ftirmifil uf (ieneral
I'uifctou und Ids', guiwls. Col. I.yiinu
IV. V, Kriiiiuii, Infdijlty,
coninuiidl llm tfr.i!nii,lliie.
(Continued puvluo Three)
Captain Halssy Congratulating Colonel Kennon on the Fino
Appearance of tho Infantry.
welcome new zealand
(Ily IVdernl Wliolens Telegraph.)
.SAN 1'HANCISCO, .Inly 17. (Special
to Tho Adortiser) In tho following
cablegram Unjor Itolph today
extended mi invitation to tlio crufser
New Zealand to isit this port!
"Captain Halsey, II. II. 8. Now Zealand,
Honolulu: Won't jou Include San
l'raucisco in your cruise I Wo extend
n mo.t cordial invitation In irlt our
exposition city. Our best will bo yours.
.lames IIolpli, Jr."
A Hi"iitar message was sdnt at the
tame time by hv Chamber of Com
Agitator Haywood Quits and the
Strikers Speedily Desert-
(Hy IVdernl WlrrlitM Telegraph.)
I'ATHHHON, New .'orsey, July 17.
to Tim Advertiser) Most of
the silk iniljs hero resumed operations
today, A lr$ul( iu the ot. the
strikers follonod the announcement of
the witlulriiwul from nttho leadership
of Willlalu J). Huvwood, prlneljiut or-
un,,,,,,.,. 0j , ,. vu w ll(J tfUH bui,
. . .
c,Mr of "' w"""'t.
Joseph Htfnr, nnother I. W. W. lend
er, mid tlmtv Haywood's honlth would
nut Pi'ririlt )mu to I'liiitiiinn Die Jlghl,
A speedy fhll of tin) strike Is proJIct
ud by thu .muliufuiturcrs.
and His Men
merce, its president, William T,
asking C'nptulu Halsey to include
this port Iu his Itinerary. An additional
telegram was forwarded to Com
iimmler Vultcr, chief nunl ofllcor of
tho British squadron of tho racific stn
tion at Ks'iuimalt, Inviting him to use
his good olllces iu hiving the itinerary
of tlio Now Zealand extended to thii
British residents of San Kianclscc
iro pnrtlcplarly intcrcstol in tho mat
ter ami am hopeful th.it the invitations
vxtcnildil by tlio mayor and tho Chamber
of Commerce will rciult in the
cruiier visiting tho "Kxposltion City."
FORCES JOIN TO
Greece, Servia and Roumania
Plan Concerted Attack,
, Says Report.
(Hy Federal Wlreleai Telegraph.)
LONDON, July 17. (Special to Tin.
Advertiser) Allgiimeiit of the forces
of llrcocv, Serkin uml Houinnnla to crusl
ilulgaria nas uiiiionuced In dlei,itclics
At a conference at Huonlkn, the di
patrhmi ttate, St was plumed for (lie
consolidated armies to mardi on Bofiu
mid fqren Ilulgaria to' sue for peace,
IHnloulnts hero nro greatly
ner the report but do not believe
llm i'vufM njll permit tjiu cumlilnod
lorces to reach the Unitarian capital.
Work of Heroic Operators Who
Stuck to Posts and Sent Out
Warnings of Approaching Wind
and Rain Bolievod. to Have
Saved Thousands in Western
Virginia and Southeastern Ohio,
Extent of Damago From Worst
Storm of Year Cannot Now Be
Known; But It Is' Believed
Many Fatalities Were Prevented
by Signals of Approaching
Danger Sent Out by Telephone.
(Ily IVdoral Wireless Telegraph.)
W1U:I:L1N0, West Virginia, July 17.'
- (Special to Tho Advertisor) A terrible
wind and rain storm visited West
irginin nmt Southeastern Ohio last
night mid today causing floods which
midiiiigere'd tho lives of thousands of
The telephone operators throughout'
tjio Territory nlTectod stuck to their
post", hendlng tint warnings to tho
to lieu for their lives.
Tho storm was the loost violent of
tho J ear.
Immediately after warning had been
Isriicd all wires wero demoralized and
the extent of tho damage is not known,
but it Is believed that tho herald work
of thu teltphono employes prevented
UHb (lb t
STRIKE If! PARIS
Radical Demonstration. Expected
When Labor, Leaders Aro '
Brought to Trial.
(By redcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
1'AItIS, July 17. (fetiociul to The
Advertiser) Demonstrations against
tho government uro expected whon thu
dozen labor leaders, nrrcstcd on chargej
ui inciting soiuicrs to rebellion, am
brought to trial hero nnd In the provinces,
tho general confederation of
labor, largely coulposed of n revolutionary
element, being- already In a
tlireatcnlii'gVfranio of mind.
Tho Socialists took tho matter up
in tho chamber of deputies and charged
tho olllcinls with keeping alive tho
spirit of tho Hnstllo, If not the Bnstilo
The men wero arrested following
Iiolico ruidi at tho various headquarters
icforo daylight shortly after the anti-military
ii.iitinies among tlio soldiers
it Tool, Nancy nud other military post!
Tho laboritrs crltlclzo this manner
of gathering evidence, orfo deputy characterizing
it as official burglary, as
doors wero forced In tho absence and
without tho consent of tho owners.
Many labor leaders aro urging a gerf
oral striki'; others nro talking of a
demonstration about the Palais do Justice
when (ho trial of tho men Is going
MAXINE ELLIOTT WILL
RETURN TO FOOTLI,aHTS
(Hy Federal Wirolcss Tolegraph.)
LONDON, July to Th
Advertiser) Maxino Elliott, yielding
to 8!r Herbert's persuasion, will return
to tho stngo September 2 in the production
of ".Insnlih nn.l TIU tt
Bho will play Pntlnar's wife.
Miss I.lliott gives as the chief reason
for her reappearance that overyono Is
Happier when occupied.
Hho is now living lu hor beautiful
homo nt Hushry, just outsldo of Lon
(Hy Fcderat Wireless Tolegraph,)
LONDON, July 17. (Bpoelal to The
Advertiser) Tho English courts have
refused to Issue it rcgrant of the British
putent of mi Invotitlou by Valdemnn
l'otilsen reluting to the storing up of
speed) or signal! by magnetic Influence
held bv thu Telcphono Corporation of
In dhmisslng the petition Justice
Wiirrlngln held that the American
conipuny hud not giverr sufficient
fur not attempting to work their
patent iu L'nglnml,
(Additional Tuogruph(,on 1'aije Two.)