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VOL. VI, NO lsl HOXUl.t'l.l . HAWAII NRKITORY, HiDAY. U.lST 22. 1"H 1 MI 11 Kl WIIOLK NUMBER 3837
PEACE PUNS OF
UN SPURNED 6Y KFITil
SITiTIOI
Senator Penrose Introduces Reso
lution Aokinrj.for Appropriation
of Twenty-five Million
With Which to Send
Troops to Mexico to Protect
Lives of Americans.
10T ACT DFWAR, HE SAYS
iMormons Would Rather Sacrifico
All They Own in Mexico Than
dec United States Begin Hostilities,
Says Smoot Presidont to
Submit Bcsult of Labors for
Peace to Congress.
(By Fidcrul Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, AiiKiiat til.
fSpi'isial to Tin- Advertiser) Tho
pllluili HI suiliciuiir, American
troops in Jti'Xiuo to act ns n
to protect American
lives mid property is provided for
in a resolution introduced in the
senate here today by Senator
lioisq J'enrose. The resolution de
clares this would not be an act of
war. Senator Penrose offered his
resolution us an amendment to the
Deficiency Hill. It provides for an
appropriation ol twenty-live mil
lion dollars to protect 'Americans
" --"
in Mexico.
Republicans and Democrats
lioincd in boKtfinfr J'enrpse not to
Ipreeipilalir a crisis by a needless
UirseiiSKion oi ins rcsoiiiiioji.
Senator Reed Sinoot of Utah
said lb" Mormon colonies in
iieo pLeieireii in sacriucc
llliin lhc owned there in
toll war between llir United
Isiales and Mosjco.
Tin' ameiidnieiit for the
appropriation, iscnator
explained, was similar to a
provision in an appropriation act
just prior to the Spanish War, ami
lie anrcd that the aiiieiiilruenl lie
Ion the tnlile in the senate lliilil
he bill conies over from the house.
(Protect Americans, Says Penrose.
'Jhe ndminist ration has aMied
for .'KOO.OOO to dike Americans
oul of Mexico," said Senator Pen
rose afler aiiiiouneini; he would
not discuss his resolution. "I
think they have a riuhl to be there
under olir treaties and under in-
ternatioiiHl law. We havo no
rif,'ht to attempt to break- up their
homes and occupations. Hatlicr
than appropriate this pittance of
10(),000 to make this wholesale
removal, T would appropriate this;
twenty-five million dollais to keep
llieni where they are ami protect
thein."
'J'hc resolution draws attention
to the Monroe Doctrine and to the
possibility that continued destruction
of properly in Mexico would
"involve internal ional , complica
tions and intervention by Euro,
pcan nations."
Would Police Mexico.
The resolution specially de-
dares that "It is not the policy
of the government of tl United
Slates to reenj,'iii.e or assist any
taction or factions in the Republic
of Mexico," and proposes "Unit
the l'lesiihul of the United States
shall be required to lake such
steps as are necessary to placo a
Mifllehul number of Uni'ed Slates
I maps a a constabulary in the Re.
public ol Mexico whcroyir and at
mi h points as in his npinon, they
In needed, properly (n police and
protect ciIIciin of tin! United
Hlali ' inul their properly, and if
IS luiclit declared Unit Mini mil-
plm.iiiiit (1 lulled Stales troops
for lli protect jnii of van iiim(
ii'i)iit n' Aiiini'ldiU) iiltluns in
Pol iiueb Willi any Intent Mini
miiIi i nil iin.' mid prntrplinil nii
In i iri i i ns an act of hostility
il l id' I I!"" hi Inuniil the M"N
nan nation ''
PIE5I
INT
I
THOUGH PEUGE PLAN
FAILS, EIIIOHIND
WILL STIT IH MEXWq
rJIHHPPiolWHi
v9WHt4ti'Tt?M
J0H1T LIND
President Wilsou's Special Dnvoy to tlio
City of Mexico.
..Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, August 21.
clal to rtin Advertiser) I'resblent Wil-
80ii today arrived at n decision not to
lecftll ,Iohn I.ind ks jicrfeuiifil envoy to
mo city or Aiexieo, on account oi
Iluortu ' rejection of tlio mediation
plan. Mud, accordingly, was ordered ti
remain in the .Mexican capital until
further notic;,
T
SPECIAL MESSAGE
(Hy Tederal Wlreleps Tele(;rap!i.)
WASIUNOTON, AuKiikt "1. (rjiecial
to The 'wlvertlser) I'rcsidiint Walnon,
nhoitly Mill send a special messauo to
coiiueb3, (jiving tho I'act Hiatus oi tho
peace iicjtotiatioas this eomitry is now
uttemptiug in Afexfiio. It will carry
the text of the messaeo Special
I.iud uirried to thq City of
and Provisional 1'icsidoiit llucrtaV
ipply.
T
BUT IT CHITHHH
(By IVderal Wireless TeleHrnpli.)
WASIMiNQTON, Aiisiit 21.
cial to Tho Advertiser) Tlio Mexican
sltuntlon In practically deadlocked, according
to tho repiesentatlons today of
WabliinRton ullicials. President WJlsou
is linn in his determination not to roc
ionize I'rovinionnl l'lesiilcnt lluerta of
Mo.xfco mid lluerta coimlderH that tho
piopoMiln tcchiilcilly liavo not been
jiliinltt.M to him liccatisfi lie baa not
teen reeo(jiiicd by tho United State.
Tlio Kltiintiou, uovornmout ofllcials Hay,
!h a difllciilt ouo to deal with, but it
is not critical,
Ti
THMH LEAVES TRACK
(Ily IVderal Wlrulcfn Tvlernpli.)
IX1.S ANOIIbW, AiittiiKt "I. (Hpo.
olul tu 'Ihr Ailviirlitrr) Kluliteeu per
HOIK were ilijureil when Hie Venice
"Owl" trnln nf (ho Puclfle Illcctrle
Hallway loft I lie track mmr Veiilcp
idinrily iiftor mld;illit. Many of tin
Injured win linn Aiiuelisi iiewbiuncr
vnrkrr relurnbiL' to I heir liiiiirli Iminm
nflrr lliolr umiiii nightly wark. Thcv
nre Ukiui 'in R lionpltui at Hiinlu
Muniuu. Noun una fwlully hurl.
KuliuWii ulrulemi nut In touch, with
Dm (.Iwnnur llyiulo ut oiulii u'ulork
luit nltilii. Tim vxiil wan thou itH
inlli n if Honolulu uinl riinrin Unit
n wouiii nriHu in lliiimimn Tutiwl i,
Dm v i i ?- ttm n in touch vwlli I
n'licr i(u,inrn, hut iiouu
Venestiano Carranza a Factor m
Rejection of Peace Proposals
o-
fSSBlMWJ ttHwWHr
WWJBWjjP'
(I!y I'edernl Wirelesa Telejjrnph)
WASHINGTON, August 21.
of the most anrcss'ive members
plan of receiving iSpecial Kniissary Lind at the City of Mexico or
lisleniiiK to jicacc jirojiosals until the United States' first recognizes
the government under Provisional President Uucrlii, has been
Uiirrana, Carranza, leader of the Constitutionalist party and
one of the wealthiest, men in Mexico, was reported to have taken it
upon himself last week to have wired President Wilson, rbjouliuir .ll
proposals made by Wilson. He would have this countryraise the
embargo exportation of nriusito Metiers al)ivinf?'ilC'pl,iivilct;c
only (o the Iliierla forces, lie is recognized as one of tlio strongest
forces iii the provisional government aside from lluerta apd iq believed
to have been instrumental in lluerta 's final rejection' of the
plans submitted by Envoy Lind.
SENATORS DISCUSS MEXICAN SITUATION
WHICH IS ADMITTED TO BE CRITICAL
Senator Eoles Penrose, (right), who ackB appropriation of $25,000,000 to
protect American Uvea In Mexico, and Senator Snioot, who Bays Mormons
would rather sacrifico all they own In Mexico than see United
States go to war.
KIP AND QUEEN OF
HQUMANfA ATTACKED BY
E
(Ily Federal 'lrelen Tclciirapli.)
M'CUAItUHT, .AiiKlist
to Tho AilvertiMir) (Iyisy TmiiilitH to
day attacked tlio automobile of the
Kill); and Queen of Itoumanla ut n
point on tlio outoki'rtH of tho city, Tho
chaulfvur tout the machine iiIkiiiI full
peed rnniilnn over eeviiral of tho
diti. Tho Kim; und Queen encapcd In-
JU'
NAVAL GUN 'EXPLORES;
THE ABE KILLED
(Ity rVOcral WlrcluM TelMjiiaiili.)
I'OhA, Aiiflrlu, Auiiwl
In Tlif A'lrrll(j'r)l'lirM 'i'f,n w
IiIIIim) hure nsy and tlvo voiii hihiihI
Oil IllclUltlllU Allllllrill 4IIIII, II IIik (II
nil of mi upluIUii nliiln u ninul uu
hcp living n'fivi.
lo The Advertiser) One
of the Mexican cabinet against the
T
ATTEMPT DN THE LIFE
OF MAYOR CAYNOIT OF
THATED
(Hy Federal Wireless TeleKmjih.)
NFW yOUK, AuKimt to
Tho Aihcrttser) What Is licliovcd liy
the police to liuvo Vieen an attempt to
kill Mayor (inyiuir was frutrntud this
nflefiioon when four Htlcks of
iiiito with a fuse attacked were found
under tlio mayor's window at tlio city
hull,
lUt'lti'iiiiint followed tli e flu dim; of
tka ilyunuilto ami detectlYes Iickuii In-
wttluatliitf at oiiu, Mayor (liiynur
wi not I (led of (lie ilnciiiry hut
no aliirm anil coiitliiinul at hi work.
Mayor (luynor was I Iih if tint of an
iitlurl iijioii his life llnco yiru uyo
Mhi'ii ii ivat nkol hy n ilUchumml rly
iinphiii. '
HAKW80N COWllMKD,
WAHIIINtrruN. Aiut
AkMiiHil I '!' "hi i') Tho nJimlri
1'iiniinuM inn iiiiiniuaiinil in
1'iNiitis Hurii n llurilwin In li ilnvcmur
n.n, r, r i 'liiippiin o
in ijiniiun glc,
Tffl
SHARKS
L
Charge Made by Representative
yjofyison Beforo i.obby Prolw
Gonimitteo That Ho was Told
He Would Be Killed Unless He
Quit in His Fight Against Shy-locks?
(Ily I'edernl Wiroleco Teleurnipn.)
WAaillNdTO.V, Aujiust 2 J. (Spe
cial to Tlio Advertisnr) Declaration
Hint huMiad reieived liundredi of
anonymous letters threatening liim with
ileal h iiiilcft Iih slopped uducatiii; tliti
pamiie or the bill rcnuliiUiij; loan
luirl.H, wbs voiced before, tlie lioiisu
liiylillous Inlitiy iiroheri liern this after
noun liy ltepreKeututivo Juliunon of
KentueKy, vlinirninn of tlio eoinuiilleo
which eoimidered tho Djrt Hill. To that
t'tlect .loliimou nhowed an ullidiivit Hii;n
ed hy Patrolman Spencer lloborlH tlmt
a man unnied Corutvall told him that he
(Cornwall) tolhined .lohiimia fur tluee
nlliln hoping for nu opportunity to
slay .iohiiKon. The witness ulno do'
dared that liolierlH liad xald
ntill inleuded to kill him.
.IohiiKon nnserted that ho once ticared
n man awav whom he believed to lie
Cornwall, by draw inn n revolver,
sniil lie did not want protection, assuring
the committee that he In amply
a!lo to take care of lilmself.
,.
MANY
COMING TO ill!
Army Men Prominent iii Service
Duo on Thomas Leaving Coast
September 5.
(By Federal Wireless Telearapli.)
HAN
ciul to Tho Advertlner) When tho
transport Thonnm clears Hojitemher C,
hulling for Malilln, u Honolulu and
Iluam, it will carry a jiacseiiijer lint
that will iiu lade Minn of the,
ollicera of tho service. A
to Honolulu will bo Lieut. -Col.
(,'ari Iloiclimiui, who oes to join ijla
new leuimeut, tho
The passenjjer list of thu Tlivuuji,
ut made tin no far. in a follows:
For Honolulu t'ol. J 3. J'. I'emllelnn,
Firnt Inlantryj Capt. .1. A. Hi'iijanila,
Fqiirth Ciittlry; 'ait. W. 8. Hrownljin,
Hixth Field Artillery; V. W.
Jtoller, Hecnud .Infantry, iml blent.
K. (I I' (louts, Field Artillery.
For Manila Mai. T. N. Horn. Sec
ond Field Artillery; O.ipt. .1. II. i'.uker,
KifiKh Infant ryi t'apt. F. W. lion el,
Fifteenth Infantry, and t apt. Vlam
J. HroHii. I'hililMiine Hcouts; Lieuten
ants II. II. I'ritehelt, Second Field Artillery;
llallard Lverly, Fourth Field
Artillerv; A. W. Chilton, Illeventli
F. Illauvell, Kevenlli Infantry;
J, M Knii(;ley, t'oast Artillery
Corps; (1. H, Wyman, l.Tclitli Cavalry;
.). I McNeil and 0. C. Heath,
Hrputs: l(. H. Mitchell, FlnlitlHIav
airy, F M Anns) rone, I'hllipiilno
r'coutH, anil Madluoii l'eler of the saliui
oritaniiiliou,
KILLsWilillJ
HAND-TO-HAND FIGHT
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MANILA, AiiKimt :M. (Hpecial to
The Advertiser) Detail of n ilcHjicrnto
hunt in which Vernon Whitney, tiov
eruor of the I'rovlncu of .lolo, killed
two -Moros ami himself suffered Iho
holo woiinds reached hero today, Whit1
ney wns on it trip of inspection when
tlie two .Morn inuatlcH nuacKeii urn interpreter.
Whitney rnn to tho
of his servant and in a hnt hand-to
hand Oliht killed liuth of the Moros.
Ills wounds are not serious,
.
(Ily Wireless Telegraph,)
MlWAHIf. New .lemey, Aiiuiist iii.
to Tlio Advertiser)' -The pullco
aru nourchliiK for Itiiyiiiniiil II. Hiullli,
lilUliiU Ui'u.incr ut Ike IIoshvIIIo
Trust louipiiiiy. Olllcluls aljoe Ids in'
I'uiinU a I e ;tfH,0) slinrt,
PRESIDENT MAKES
MINOR APPOINTMENTS
(llv IVderal Wireless Tuleuriilili.)
WAMIIINUTON, Auuimt u'l - (Hiie
cull to Tin' .ihiilliir)"The I'lutJilmil
linluy appointed ,. r, Millur, H. W.
Hliutlmi, mid F- I.mnsnii Ktrllnisr, re
iiiiisllvely iiMiltttnit In Urn Mirvtury nf
llin Inlsilur, ililiif ut I Iiu hiirtniu nf
lliliilurda, inul at I m lie nf Him ili'puil
llll'llt of Tlict will he the
' ftpii'M'lilulm 4 ut Up I' 1411
I mill If V UponlWU,
LOOKS BLUE
FOO PIIHI
Senate Committee Refuses to Con
firm' Yesterday and Returns
Nomination to Pro3ident With
a Protest Hundreds of Affidavits
Went Forward from
WASIUNOTON, August 21, (Arso-plated
1'reic Cable to tlio
'Ilia scimto conimtttao on r.icllic
iclniuli ami Fnrto Rico will
niioliitiucnt to Provident
Wilson.
NEWS WAS EXPECTED:
Tkn news from WiishiiiHtou yesterday,
that protests from Hawaii ii::ilnsl
the coiillrmatlou of Iho tioiuiii.it iuu ot
i. 11. I'iukham to he (li)eriior of Hawaii
have MTJowly blocked the chances
of tlio once president of the hoard (if
health, was liy no meum unexpected
i who liuvo Kept in touch with
Iho situation. It was known Hint al
most iili'ntual, although iiidcjU'inlent,
action had boon taken against
liy tho supporters of McCandlesi,
Waller nail Watson, and that each had
enlisted senatorial support for the pro-
teats, 1
As usual, the McCanillcssltes took tlio
stand that it is quantity that counts,
end, an a result, tho malls for Wash
ingtiin have been Hooded with" hull
vidual protests aj;aint tho 1'resldent's
ehoicii. At least two hundred sworn
nllldaylts, signed by recognized Democrats,
members, of territorial. and county
comiuUtees and Oflio holders, havo been
M)nttovt)m cliuirjuait u the senate, committee
considering the Humiliation.
Tliece nflldavits set forth I'iukham 's
political teronl In liawiiii, each ulllaut
testifying to tho fact that until lie,
became a candidate for the governorship
I'inkkam had never hucu suspected
f being 11 Democrat.
Tlio null Japanese record of tho candidate
wan also set forth hi (lie pro-lost:!
and the possibility nf trouble be
ing stirreii up iy tint, placing of
in authority over such a strong
Jup'iiict.i! colony wjs impressed upon
the collators.
Iii'tlers riiceatly received hi town
from FinMintii indicate ini il(i( ,m.
self, was none too sure of coullrmutioii
ten days ago eteii,
"Oct Togatlior" Talk.
Tliero is soino talk now of tho Demo-
crate getting together mid uniting upon
nnu mini lis the choice of the party in
Hawaii, imping In tills way both to
sidetrack I'iiikkaju mid prevent the
amendment of tint Organic. Act and
IlitV appointment of u muiulauiler. It
is stated that if tho principals thorn-
selves will auren to drop out
would lie no trouble in lining up tlio
various coiuiuiltees for .ludgo Arthur
Wilder. Cnjuidoriiblo ilpubL Is ox-pressed,
honever, on the possibility ot
either MH'uiiillr or Watson agrteing
to
Wilton Coming Homo,
National oiiiniltleeman .loknny Wilson
will be back in Honolulu neit week,
having left Washington on tlio twellth,
In lesponse to a cable from
It is said that thern will bet a
warm welcome for .lolmny from n number
of hi- fellow Deniocrals, hut that
tlio ubilins will bo isluLMibirlv !ibetil.
Tho various npilicants for julm have
'nil llleir eyes opeueil to tho fact that
Wilfon has generally jobbed the parly,
iiiey say, nun 111.11 inn various
sub'iniily drawn tin and locally
endorsed luie never lietn presented by
ll':!.,.... ..hi.. 1. e 11 ... if... 1..
i.iinuii, iiilimiii;ii iui n jllllt'll in nnu 111
the regular way. Among the appllca
tlons pocket vetoed by (lie national
committeeman wero thorn nf
llnrron fnr tlio pustiiiiistersliip of
Honolulu mid Clarence D. I'riiiglo foi
thu intermit rcwmin colluctoiship.
Thesn gentlemen 'will havo, it word or
two to say lo Wilaun, as will u number
uf others.
It Is nbo refmrted that tho belt road
contracts hold in Wilson's name on this
Inland nud on Mil ul lire in such shape,
that tho untangling will keep Wilson
nliuml as busy an will tho untangling
of his political strings,
- - -.,..
REPORTED AUTO WRECK
- IN ilKAKALAUfl GULCH
Ji(iril reliirnlng In town hut eve
iiing rejiurli") lining seen in aiiln piled
il 1111 tin' mihi of the road (in the Ho
iiuhihi side of WuiMikiilmn; iluldi. Tie
rsill" inul iipp.'iiruJ in Iiu siumiIicI In.
The (usclilno laid been itruugeil nil the
IWld Mild placed mfuly Ill5iaiii, nut
tit IMrli uf nl her IsiMiug s
The pull, e hud nut rtwelvml linv re
purl nf sin li 1111 accident llll i'i'uii,
.iihI M'fi' ! iinllllel ul HIIV on-' l'lll(
llllll III t UL
THAW WINS IN
FIST FIGHT
FOR DELAY
Convicted Murderer Who Escaped
From Matteawan Has Tuno for
Hearing Arguments on Application
for Writ of Hab'oas Corpus
Continued Until Next Wednesday
Morning,
ESCAPE SEEMS POSSIBLE
Canadian AuUioritios of Opinion
Tlmt Captive Will Be AdIo to
Resist Extradition Governor
Sulzer and
Glynn Ask Government to Make
Demand for Thaw's Return."
SIIKltllllOOICi;, Quobee, August 22.
(Ily Associated Press1 Cable) Harry
IC. with chances In his favor bf
escaping extradition, lias ut least tintU
next Wedneedny morning at tori o'clock
to enjoy the first trcedom from
pollen restraint he has, experienced
In tho past several years. It was decided
last night, after a conforenc.0
hetnoen counsel reprobating both sides,
that tho hearing of tho application for
A writ of habeas corpus ivill ho held
next Wednesday. In tho nieantimo
Thaw is in custody of Canadian authorities,
watched closely nlik'o by .bis
captors as well us Ms friends.
BELIEVE '
ESCAPE EXTRADITION
"TTly J'edcrnl Wireless Toloflropb.)
OTTAWA, August 21. (Hpeejal to
Tim Athertiser) Assuming that Jlarry
IC. Thaw escapes deportation, which is
believed likely here, tho authorities today
said that Now York's only liopo
of extraditing him will ho on the
grounds of bribery of tho nttaehes of
Mnltoaw.lii. is nu o.traillt!(jl
This would havo to bo proven
ilrst In the Now York courts and
ly in Canada. Doth ' afetions
would practically involve a repe(ltl6a
of the battle of iilenBfs, which' was a
tcal'ire pi lliaw's previous trials,-
EVELYN NESBIT THAW
DENOUNCES HUSBAND
:":t.'. .. 1
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NIIW YOKK, August 81 (Special to
The Tu'iVertlser) Hitter demijIclijtlQii
of Harry Iv, Thaw was vuleeiiejrb tis
alternoou by his Mrs. Eyplyit
Nesbit Thaw, at she was preparing lo
go to a matinee under guard. '
"The nun. is crazy," shorsajiI. "It
IS absurd to thin); that Harry Joyps
me. Tie is controlled by bis' egotism.
When lie learned of my miceess on (ho
stage i was furious. He wailtod lpo'iu
the gutter and imly nblei to' get' out
with his help. When ho found' that
I was independent ho delerm'lued to escape
and kill me." ' '
-
ASK GOVERNMENT AID .
TO RECAPTURE THAW
(Ily Fedornl Wireless Telegraph.)
'
WASHINGTON, August 21.
ciul to Tho Advertiser) Secretary of.
Ktuto Ilryun this afternoon received a
telegram from Acting (lovoruor Glyuu
of New York asking that tlio United
States government move to secure
Thaw's extradition, llryau said ho
would refer it to Counselor Moore ol
tho statu department, llryau also received
a similar roipiest front Governor
.Sillier.
AUTHORITIES REFUSE
TO SURRENDER MTHAW
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
OTTAWA, Ontario, August 21.
(Kpeclul to Tho Advertiser) Telegraphing
Iroin Albany, Actlu(j Clover'
nor (I l n 11 today formally commanded
the Canadian luiuilgratlon mltliorlll
to surrender Hurry K, Thaw to New
York iiulhoillles. Iiuinlgruthii) njjlcinl
lingered Unit such iictlon would e
until proceedings pending
here and at Hherhrnoke vie iillod.
FLAX QnYreImMT.
(Hy I'edrrul Wireless 't'elci(riph,)
W.UlllM'TON. Auijutt y
lo The Tlw seimte M af
lernooii uted, .10 u !), agiilmt u,
icnl M pound duly Mil luW IX, 1'leS
Hun imi uiHiui'il hy a vuli) o( 3D tu 37,
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