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mil RENEWS SUPPOH
BACKBONE OF REVOLUTION
Bcnivto Appro, rs Nomination of
Hsitlhfe Hr.K Now Minister or
riuanccSw Tifnict, and It In ,
Nowfriuht Tint n Porma-
nont Cabinet Will Bo Named
(n Federal Telegraph)
TEKINO, July TO. (8pcsil to The I
baekbone T "the
routhcrn revolution u trfcfcved tbiave I
tccn broken today by tlio return of
Ninklne to the Feklng government as
a result of the senate S approval of tlio
aominaUon of Hsiung Using t'""
minister of finance, a premier. It la
Relieved s permanent cabinet now will
NANKING RENEWS ITS
ALLEGIANCE TO LOYALISTS
(Ily (able ami l" .Iprnl Wlrelens iaj
ron i ran' iwu.
NANKING, .'hI 31. -(Special to th,
Ktin Chun Knock Hoi This cit) re
newed its allegianre to Vunn 8I1II1 kai
today, when tlio troou depended upon
by the rebel leaders decided tlint they
vi'oiilil not (pKe the centrnl govern
mral. Chan t hoc. who liml been up
jointed rebel Governor of Kinnsii 1'rov t
Inco, telegraphed hen Tschin, the lo
nlit Governor, asmng mm 10 reium
and assume contiul. Wong Hing, the
rclel lender, with lin lonipuiiioiis, hm
Jlcd the city, and the loyalists are in
lomplctc control of the Yang Tsc Kiang
PRESIDENT YUAN SHIH-KAI
PROMISES TO RESIGN
(Hy Cable ami rc.lcr.il Wireless via
PEKING, July 31 (Special lo the
Sun (huu Kwoek 11o)Vuihi
aiiiioiinced today that he would resign
tlio presidency as boon as ho had put
down the molt and China is assured
The President lian named flen. Ng
('hint Governor of Anhiii I'rovincn, nnd
('hand Id Sing an 1'rotector of
Gen. Chun l'un, 111 reporting tlio cup-turn
pf Chiu-Chow, 111 Kiniigsii
states that with the lity lie cap-lured
7000 rifles. 150,000 rounds of am-
munition, fifteen machine guns, two
field 1,111111 and a great ipiimtity of arum
11ml supplies which had nut been removed
from their shipping cane.
The radnal members of the National-it
parly in the e-n;it( have fled from
JVknijr, and the conservatives of the
party have withdrawn from it ami
a new party, known as tlio
Tsuj Vick Win. ,
'(Hy Cablo and Tedoral Wireless, via
CANTON, July 31. .Special to tin.
Sun Chun Kwoek Ho) Tlio rebel
Chun has unnouiiccd the establish
inent of the Southern Chinese Ilcjiulille,
with Dr, 81111 Yat Ren as President and
Wung Illng 11s premier. Chun has decided
to confine his military operation1)
against the tovalints, fur the present, to
Knangluug ami Kwarmi Provinces.
Hun Chung Iliug, former viceroy ol
Kwnnluug Provinrc lias cabled from
Hongkong to Governor Look Winn
Ting of Kiani Province urging lilm to
oppose 1 nan Mini kiii.
Chun Ifo, a lovalisi secret acent en
dcavorcd to unite the soldiers to riso
agnlnst the rebel government but was
detected. He managed to oscupu to
(Hy Cable and Pederal Vircles, via
lipNOKONd, .July 21. (Special to
the Hun Chun Kwoek Ho) nun
Jling, farmer viceroy of Kvvnng'tung
Province has armed hero nnd Is quartered
at the King IMvvnrd Hotel.
It is reported here th.it mi Auniist 1.
the (;aiitonene hung north, west nfld
eakt of (he river Inserting that city
will 30111 niih the IVderal troops now
on their wa to ( union in attacking
the rebels within the city.
DIAZ ON HIS WAY
MKX1CO ( I'l v, .Tv n.Ocn. l'ellx
D1117 left hen
.vestirdav as special
to .InpHii to express the
thanks of Mmim to tho Jniianesu for
their particiraimrr Iki tho' ceiitollii'.'il
IXirlZ Y1T T ,Tra';: V
I 2, iCnCr',11 ,'
P?.e.iie I iusuamuraiiclsco. 1 r"7" " M'
(Hy Federal Win less Telegrniih.)
CHICAGO, Jul,- 3d (Special to The
Advertiser)- EighUen deaths nnd moro
MJUJl'ie hundied prostratlom from
batlRhO,,p.rt.. todav from points
between the Atianti. ,unl the Iloekios,
which whule rigiiin 1, a breueUnw,
"ri'?,.1, I the districts
'VvVttt ilml ,,,(!, ,)f Chicago tho
BUltering of the people has been
crops being hiirueil up und hun
dreds or cuttle uml other livestock
WARHINUTiA ,l., ;!i.(nr
Pres 1 i,.. , - iioiniiialion
of Htato Senator I had'leus W.
of CaliforuiH kiiperintondont of
tho United Mint at Sou
was roolirined in the senate today.
Iho cither nominations for
10 - I
1& t ,v flMLa' v ft$BtisBBiiBBBBBXHHur!
Insurgents and Conservatives Ap-
peal to Commoner for Aid on
Currency Bill Question.
(Ily rtilcral WireliU TVleRraph.) '
WAMIIIN'UTUN,, July 30. (.Special ,
to Tho lijading in
surgents nild coiiservntlvcjs oil the house,
banking committee today nppcaleif )i
Secretary of Htato Ilryaii in the liop.l
of reaching common ground for tliii'
liamlliiig of the currency bill.
Henry, Ilnlkeley, nnd lt.igsdalo of tlio
(ommltteo nil sought Itrynn stipjiort.
llryan told nil lit interviewers that
while ho .'iidorses the principal fea
tores of the (Hans Hill, liml while hn
lias refused to din into any furfioual
lights yet lie is willing in iry in eiieia
some agreement; on this question, ""lai
then asked tire dlfTerent faeliilus to trv fj
to get logetlier in the interest iif hifr
FROM HOME TO OFFICE
' IN A FLYING BOAT
(Ily Wireless Telegraph)
CIIK'AOO, July 30. (Special to The
Advertiser) Harold MrConniek tisl.n
made tho trip from his humo on !.:iUo
Michigan to Chicago in a tlyiug boai
and 11 moment Inter was at his desk
He says bo intends to sell his auto,
traveling liereatlor in u Hying boat. P
1 ,i 111
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July SOMSpcclal to
The Advertiser) With a list of 1!3'.!
printed rivolulions approved by tho sen
ato "Insidious lobby" committee, counsel
for tho National Association ol
Manufacturers today started their cross
examinations of Martin M. Mulhall of
H.iltimore. Tho witness appealed nervous
and irritable. It is believed his
cross examination Will last the remaind
er of the week After the N. A. M.
witli ho will be ex I
amiue. by iitlorneys tliu
Aiiierie.in l'ederatinn of liabor,
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
HII.O, July 2. County Attorney
I leers returned last week from
where ho went to scttlo the claims
of twenty eight Wniohiuu'itoH who held
vvnter right claims, which had been
surrendered when tho county took
charge of tho village water works. Tlio
county pasted tin appropriation vjf
to pay for these claims, but though the
total was tutisfaetory, tjlie claimants
could not agree as to tho division there
of. 1 leers, utter many futile attempts
i Hiem to Agree, managed to have
them all sign a receipt it. full (o the
.'..untv, whereupon-he relumed to Kiln
u,.lvllli; tll0 Waiohiim men still fighting
merril.v as to just how they were going
to dividu the r'JJO among twenty eight
Heersfeiirs Hint there will be more
trouble nllout this Wnlohlnu water, as
tlie rights of tho various parties eon
icrued npponr to be trot ipjlto clear.
ABE YOU fJOINCl ON A JOUUNEY7
Chamberlain's Colic, Choloru and
Iiilirthoeii Itiuncdy should bo packed III
your hand luguugo when (tolug on n
journey. Change of water, diet, nnd
tempernttiii' nil teiul to prouuee iiujvei
trouble, and this modicum euniiot be
teeiired on board the train or cteamship.
It ma) wive much ulTrlug and iucon
if you have it Iwnilv. For sale
by Hoiison, Bmlth & Co,, Ltd., ageuW
Mrs. Gixnlui' Field, the wife nf the
oxpert who is iiutv oiigagwi 111 iu auuii '
V 0 EN
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1 pper President Yuan Slilb kill, of I lnuce Itepublie, who promises
to resign when he succeeds in bringing revolution to nn wild. Lower
Street fcceno in Nanking, rebel stronghold which is reported to have
renewed its allcgianco to tliu government.
. POINTERS ON WAR
PIIILADHIJ'IIIA, July 20. Additional
murine preparation for liny
ble intervention of the Coiled Stntos ill
Mexico has been made at the local navy
aril, in tlio establishment of nn advanced
base school of instruction for
The uilvtiiiced baso work includes tho
protection of American naval centers in
foreign countries in time of war or intervention.
Tho mtalilislinient of such 11
school is an innovation. Tliu school is in
charge of I.ieut. Col. Charles fi. Long of
tho United Stalls Marine Corps.
During the lirst fen lesions given last
week ports in Mexico, Japan und eities In
other largo countries were discussed. The
most efficient forms of mini) placement
und erection of field wirelea's wero given.
The ollieere nfTored suggestions at the
of the Instructor. Advanced work
was nutliufil at the navy ):ird todny, but
it is uuilerstoml thiit irt.s lu Japan nnd
Mexico will In- taken up in tloir turn
of importance. Lieutenant Colonel Long
was highly cumucnilcd at tho time, of the
Nicarugiiuu uprising. He was in ehargo
of tliu situation at Leon.
LOS A.MiL'LKS, July 31. (Hy Aso.
coiled Press (able) Felix
umlnssador to Japan fiom Mexico,
wis hooted by 011 tho streets
of Los Anttelis but night. The junta
for tho Merienu revolutjuiiists uro
Incatml here, deriving their support, it
has clinn ed, from aympiith xer of
the rebellion 111 the Mexican Hurlub'ic.
With the ol Mndero tho
feeling I ecu me very lilt t er, nnd
the opportuuitv ol the Mmlnro
lliivAm In kliou llutir mif rinfiillltinft (A
Hril lh( llt,rlB rCu,uir mime with th
arrival of Dim. He was revl by
tl pulire before the angry erwil li(l
pctjltlnin In 1 alifarmn sent tn the ten-1 of tho eoirnty finiineuil nie, arrived at Mm, W. 11. Hue and Mrs, Phillip
litt by President Wilion last week Jlllo last week, und will remain 111 lido are looked f,.i Kauai b the
not lafcj upon, I while bur )iulni(i'J U eugaged there r Kinuu l.amn It.iioli.Io on Tuesiluy.
A.r '.-. r i i i. 1
Llglitnlng:, Hhi! nnd lUin Strike
Wnihiiigton With Fnlnl EITcoU
I'rwMdtnt Calmly Directs
AlTnlrn While Wind Tears of
Tension Ofllce Roof Senate
Forced to Adjourn.
WA8IUNUTUX. Jjly W). (Ily A-o
1 it 11I Vtmm Cable) Thiee person
wire Itlllwl JJifre loflay lUtlnit a violent
- b trlk alflfti and UMliRe of nun ar
'impatiliHl ty hailttflUHi an larKe as as
,'limU svliUli .truck Wmlilnton at 3
tins iiflurmiiiii to
1'hu.Milriii furred tba enate to ml join 11
it being Impossible to hear the speak
crs The storm lasted forty minutes, eel In
urs nlong Peiini'vlviiiiiii Avenue, the
it 'h prliiclxil thoroughfare were flood
ed. Throughout the storm President Wil
011 nit iii- his privutn olllce conferring
with Congroiwiiiaii Korbley of Indiana
regarding the currency bill. Part of the
of the Pension iilliee wns blown
off and paper and documents scattered
about, cunning a veritable panic among
the emplovc. I he bail smnshed the
skylight of the Xntilinnl Theater nnd
tho stage was engulfed with water.
WAHHIiflON, ;iniy 30.(HpceInl
to Tho AitlUI"rl"'nirollnvvhiB nominations
to tlio. senate today:
Col. Will am to liu chief en
'gliieer of tho, tho rank of
il. nnd ('apt. Henry
Mayo, to bo a Tear admiral.
THREE THOUSAND REBELS
(Ily Cable and Federal Wireless, via
' SHANOHAr, July 30. - (Special to
the Sun Chun Kwoek Ho) It is
here that former Governor Leo Kwun
of Kiniisi Province nnd (icn, All Yong
Mil, both rebels, havo fled with 3000
Jroops from Kiansi to Kvvantung Province.
Deports by rebel spies that tho federals
holding the Shanghai arsenal had
left tho fortifications for tho purposo of
nttncking Wit Sung fort, tho rebel's
stronghold, led Chun Keo Men to mnko
another despcrnto attack on tho arsenal,
believing it to bo .practically deserted.
Tho garrison, however, .had not with,
drawn, nnd woro ngain repulsed
nnd retjrcdrJo thtj "u Sung fort.
I1ONIXJN, July 10. Queen Mary lias
not yet appeared in a hobble skirt, but
time is broadening her views on dress,
nnd tho queen's 110'wost robef which Is
in a Gobobn bluo cloth hus a tendene
to smiirtuess which has not so far char
nctcrized her jtllro. Jt'liaa a uariuw
skirt of fasionablcout, mid It is 1111 inch
nnd n half 1 shorter tliain ifny of her
niajesty'V other robes, and rj.li I f c clears
the grouinV'tu ("10 tnfH eiitonrago this
iiiuas.nK uepariurn iri)iu cumo.i "",
to be the ;eiiU nf trip to Herlln
giiMl fOiii.d herself less
well than UwJn."ln,',:l.
years ago, to bo regarded as unutually
dowdy, until tlio Winer inmneir tiaricsi
buying his vvlfii's bit and drisiies. The
jut time the wns In Hugliiud ho
iurebnftd twenty new, huts fur tliu kills
erlu in Hon. I street, nud li.id them sent
oil' ut nine to llorllu.
TO HOLD HOLK
city 111 lit
'Wc Will Never Surrender Adri.
anoplc," Says Envcr Bey, Famous
Moslem ,Lcuder Serves
Orim Notice to Europe ThatJ
Sacred Place Wrested from Bulgarians
Will Be Held.
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
ADHIANOPLE, July 30. (Special to
Tlio Advertiser) "We will never
Adriauoplc, This Europe- may
well understand once and for all.
Tho army is Tesolved to hold It or dlo
the last man."
This statement was Issued today by
Envcr Bey, tho famous Turkish leader,
command of the forces which have
wrested tho city from the Bulgarians,
Envcr Boy's declaration was seconded
by tho TtirWsh Crown Prince, ,Zla
Ed Din Effcndl, who said:
"Adrtanople Is our holy city, and Is
now more sacred than. ever. Its retention
Is tho promise of Turkey's regeneration.
I do not believe the Powers I
iutend to deprlvo us df It.'
WINNIPi:l. .Manitoba, duly
to Tho Advertiser) Half of
the circus wns wrecked
hvrc this afternoon, when nn electrical
storm frightened the olcpimnts of the
big show. The big beasts' went' on a
rampage nnd damaged the large tent
and wrecked smaller buildings.
(Hy Pciloral Wireless Telegraph.)
NKV VOIlt', July 30. (Specinl't'o
Tho Advertiser) Scores of prostrations
und iiiiiuy deatlis because of the heat
wero inputted throughout tho Kust today,
In New York tho sufXcnng among
the congcited population of the KaBt
Sldo was awful. Every hospital ,df tho
eitv win crowded. Attendants nnd
physicians wero almost prostrated tak'
ing care ot tno viciims.
OF JIMS FOB INK OF FIRE DEPARTMENT
At a meeting ot the .civil scrvlco
commission held lasY hlg'ht, nml'mat'
WirU presented ' the"1' lew ehcd'l6v of
salaries for tho lire" diVaVtment ns
agreed upon by the- comn'ii'idtm.tor
to the HxiaTd 'oBisoperi
vitors 'J0 (,k' v ' ,,fl
'riii''8clicdH,ri'iiVMcs for an incrcasV.
in the nppHifitialton fpr this department
of $l."iO, which sum liicludestlie
at 70 11 nionyi pchv i.rAj''..;A'.. ,i
tains will bo styicfljfoWnSiwin.!. lieutenants,
assistant forviJJWi.J -'M
bo four of the former, fhctivUitf,
a salary of 1123 .n,,;pontX as jlga' mSt,
..... i.i,1I.,t Hm rank, of captain
und receiving,:-, a month. lore-men
will liji In" charge of companies and
lire boasts. It deemed ncccssnry
that In view of tno reapousiiw ,"""
in the interest, of discipline, tlie lore-men
should get salarios commensurate
.. :i. ilmir iirtnitlnit!. ,
i lilt llllll .WU..W.
Two foremen vv.il! bo stationed, at
hcadiiuurters in charge of tlo torn-panics
there, nnd tho other tvvp nt 1 10
liouses in Palatini and Makikl, Tho
station nt Knimuki will bo in .charge
of an iiHsIstunt foreman of vvlikh tliero
will be six, 0110 more than .heretofore.
Tho assistant foremen .will get $90
month as against $70 now paid
Look for Creator Efficiency.
Ii.l. UlllllMlItU .,!.,,. 4tin ..., ensf . nf tWO hOClllCll
ut 11 total of $1700 a year the entire
nilded cost to tlio city win no nui..
Chairman 'WirU believes that the
nf (his sum will Increase tlio
elllciciicy of the department fifty per
cent. Under tho. preposod schedule, the
pay of tno tweivo unveis in .v.. -
from iS't to $00 a month,, and that oI
thn assistant chief from $100 to $li',
Tho others would bo paid under the
jirescnt scale, with stokors and hose-
men drawing $70 a. month, the clucr
engineer 22.'i and the supcrvisiug en-
..:..nn. it iiintifti.
iiii.ui r""1' ' ',..-... -
Sherin" Jnrrctt was prcsout, at the
meeting -of tho commission, Jind tho
action of tho commission reference
to proposlng.tho merit system ami 11 rearrangement
of scalo of wages for tho
fire department was explained to him.
It was suggested that similar .changes,
particular- with reference to tho
of; the merit system, by which
the pnv increases for each year of
should bo made in (he pollco -department.
Sherlir Jarretl was much
promlsc'd.to prepare a report
which will contain suggestions as, Jo
Increasing thn efficiency of Jil
The sheriff, who has just returned
from the mainland, whoro ho inspected
tho police s) stems in various
cities, said ho would report tho result
of his investigations ut tho next meeting.
Bollcvcs In Pension Systom.
Jnrrett was particularly imptossed
with the pension system as ho saw It
applied 011 tho Coast, and urgoil the
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1 1.IMIII1I1HMIIII l' III' ,111m I" --.
I nmmendatlnus, declaring that it would
havo a most excellent effect, lie aiso
spoke of tho necessity of instructing
polireinen in giving first uhl to the injures!.
lie ilcciaroii tiiat a crying neeu 01
1 Ills ilepiirtment Is a man who wouiii nci
inspector, who jvould have general
cila l r(,0' of ell'furrng the regulations
, , ,)MIlllJ of 1C (ree H(ui
.i,,, would also act as mi Instructor.
demonstrating to the men the TlK'it 'l
tho .wrong way of doing tilings, and explaining
the laws und ordinances to
llieui through pructicJl demons) rut iiius.
Bules to Be rrtnted,
Chalrmau Wirtx nutfiietted that when
AMBASSADOR W1L5QN PLEADS
1 t,l( -
Narragansett .Jewel Robbery, Ho
Traced to an Organ Grinder,
(Ily Federal . Wireless Telegraph.)
NAHHAUANHKTT, It. I. July 30. -(Special
to Tho Advertiser) Privato
detectives arc seeking 'n clew to tho
robbery of summer colonists hero of
jewels valued at $250,000. Mrs.
a daughter of tho later K1I.
lost jewels valued at t'5,000, in- in
cludinir n rone of pearls worth ,Aun,H00j
Mrs. John llnnna or rvcw lorK lost
forty pieces of jewelry,
Mrs. Itumsey saw a man with a grinding
organ nnd n monkey outside her cottage
last Saturday. Sbo says, sho sn
him go. around to the servant's quarters
when ho played.
O. C. TegelofT, agent for tlio Harrl-man
citato believes the man with the
monkey is tho thief.
Mrs, Waller Ivan of New York lost
a $2,000 necklaco Saturday night, So
far not a cluo has been obtained by
It was annuunccit at tlic nannan nonio
today that-Mrs. Hannan's jowcls, stolen
last week, were worth $30,000.
It is now estimated that tho loot of
the robber amounts to $250,000.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
JX)NDON, July 30. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Tho pollco made no attempt
today to find Mrs. Hmiiieliiio
Paukliurst, the militant tuffragcttc
lender, who has disanneare.l from her
Hat. It is known, however, that she
is with friends on the outskirts of the
city. Mrs. Mnry Wyatt, a sulTrngetto
who refused to .leave Holloway jail
when released after hunger striking,
sat on the steps of that institution nil
Miss Sylvia Paukliurst is reported in
a critical condition us a result of a
tie" 'general rules for tho regulation of
'the pollco department, uro formulated,
they Bhould bo printed, in order that
each man could familiarize himself with
Wlrtz ashed, the ShctilT why there
wero so few 'Huwallaus among tho
mounted pollqe, and .Tarrctt; oxplaipcd
that the members 0? that force, supi
plied 'their uwn horses and equipment
nt an initial outlay of $300 und that
thev fed their mounts, so that the dif
ference between the, $70, paid a foot
policeman ami that of $95 paid the
jnountod man, was not.Hufhcicut to war,
Xan't many in assigning tho risk, and
that tho Hawailuns preferred tno loot,
poU!o tojjiuying.a horse which might
die at ,any,jme aad leave its owner
in tho lureru; ,,,
In roply tvitnuction8, Jarrctt statod
that the residence districts of tho city
have no polico protection between the
hours bf three and five o'clock in tho
morning', ns aftor threo o'clock, people
wero 'supposod to bo stirring, and the
only thieves about wero those' who purloined
milk and bread left at tho kitchen
FOR DOLLAR DINNER
If'you are a iricmtcr of the Progrcst
sivo Party, or think of 'joining it und
you havo a dollar lying looso
chances uro you can get an invitation
to tho dollar-dinner of tho par
ty, which will tako place on tho Young
Hotel roof garden, mauka end, next
Tuesday evening. Dress nnd evening
suns will no uispenscu wan anu every-
,lav business clothes will be tho order,
;t fasj a imnared people aro
An jnvitatjonnl jcttcr has been sent
out b Jno commttco which is composed
of th) foUovvlll,f IIlcn. G, It. Carter,
C. II. Holscr. Jr.. 0. P. Thielcn. A. U C,
Atkinson and II. M. llullou. Following
Is a copy of the letter:
"8ir: Tho Progressive Party will
glvo n Dollar Dinner on Tuesday night,
August Cth, 1913, 7:30 p. m., at tho
mauka Koof Gurden, Young Hotel.
"Eycry member and friend, of the
party is invited. As the seating capacity
is limited will you kindly notify
rt. L. C. Atkinson's olllce (telephone
2030) cithor by telcphono or by letter
beforo Frldny noon, and stato how-many
scats you wish reserved,
"Ladles aro inyitc,d la,n , ,,
"Como and help us (hay.q a good
WALLAC1 At -the Maternity Home,
Honolulu, July 30, 111(3, to Mr. ami
Mrs, Samuel Wallace, of ICiilihi, 11
McKAY In Honolulu, July 20, 1013,
Joseph McKay, a native of Montreal,
Canada, aged forty-five cars.
OLHF.N In Hunolulu, July 29, 1013,
Karl E. OUen, aged fifty-three years.
The funeral services will bo hold at
ten o'clock this morning nt the undertaking
parlors of II, II. Williams on
LellehtiB, Oahu, July 30,
1013, William Uliinialielliel Uuapill,
seed twenty years and eleven months,
The funeral will take place at four
o'clock this ufternoun from the resl
deuce of the parent', lllibop lload,
olf linttkiw Jlreei,
Ml In Honolulu, July 30, MS, John
,MI, Ml I'
Appears Before tho Scnato
Foreign, C(rpmitteo With
in Support of His Claim
For the Huerta Government to
Be Accepted as Established by
The United States.
(Hy Federal Wireless Tvlegraph )
WASHINGTON, July 30. -(Special
The Advrtiscr) A strong pica for
American recognition of the Huerta
government in Mexico was voiced be
fore tho senate foreign committee this
afternoon by Honry I Wilson, Ainer
lean ambassador to Muxlco. Wilson
wns closeted with tho committee for
Tho ambassador presented a long
statement 011 political, industrial, fiunn
cial, and military conditions in
whereon his argument was based.
BRYAN EXPRESSES HOPE
FOR HIS PEACE PLAN
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
AVASIUNGTON) July 30. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Ofllclal advlevs regarding
tho progress of America's peaeo
movement ip Mexico were lacking today.
Secretary nf Htato Hryan expressed
.hopo of ultima success for the plan,
but tho administration does not consider
tho situation acute In tho southern
Until tho Mexicans themselves mnko
an attempt to restore pence the admin
istration win merely marK time.
RELEASED IN MEXICO
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July 30. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho Stato department
this afternoon confirmed tho
of Charles Hlssett and Hernard
rel)onnld, Americans, who wero imprisoned
ut Chihuahua, Mexico, and for
whoso rcleawj a demand was made by
Secretary Hryan on General Huerta.
REBELS ARE REPORTED
ROUTED AT GUAYMAS
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, July 30. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Privato wireless
reports received tuday from
tell of a battle in rfo.uora in which
the Federal Isoldlers routen ilni ,oi,oi
troops. Tho rebels, it waB said, were
retreating toward Hcrmosillo. Both
sides suffered heavy losses.
TO LOWER CALIFORNIA
(Hy Fodoral Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN DIEGO, July 30. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Forty-one cases of
rlflo ammunition, -11,000 tuunds, arrived
today on tho steamer Victoria, from
Fnscnada, Lower California, consigned
to Mcxicalu, just across tho border from
.Calcxico, Imperial County, California.
this ammunition, which was heavily
bonded to pass through this country,
was ordered rushed by Tall today to Its
destination. This is taken to indicato
an approaching battlo hctwocn tho Federals
and rebels ut that point.
Believes That Developments Will
Show Mexican Gunboat Was
Not Destroyed by Aeroplane.
Gcn'eral Funston, commanding tho
Hawaiian Department, Is not troubled
with visions of flights in army
and will be content to be a mcro
spectator when Lieutenant Gclger flics
i iN his hydroplano above Pearl Harbor.
"When will I mako a fllghtl In
ubout thirty years," said tho general
yesterday. "Terra firma is good
enough for 1110."
At army headquarters it is stated
that Lieutenant Gcigor is still at work
assembling his machino and making it
ready to float on tho waters of Pearl
Harbor channel, near Fort
He may mako a flight next week.
General Funston, referring to
expressed doubt as to whether
tho Mexican gunboat Tamplco was
destroyed by bombs dropped from an
1 'T beliavo wo will hear that tho
Tampico morcly ran aground somewhere
near Guaymas. I hardly ho-Hove
it was 'destroyed by an uviator
with bombs," ho said.
"And then, thcro is another thing
which nppears to bo In the military lino
of nows," added tho general. "I
notlev) that Ciprinno Castro is said to
bo preparing for another revolution in
Venezuela. 'Well, in that event, Ha
wail will not have the pleasura of welcoming
him here us a small farmer, as
I believe Ir1 vvas' stated that Castro in
tended coming' hero to live."
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(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph )
CIIK'AOO, July 30, (Special to The
Advertiser) Mrs, Ella Flagg Young,
Chicago's famous superintendent of
schools, tndsy withdrew her recently-filed
resignation, utter the board nf
education bv a vote of 11 to 1. refuted
to accept It.
The refusal nf the board fo accent
her plan for a course in sex hygiene In
the public school was her res'ou for