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SULZER MDIEY
Ousted Governor of New York
Tells What. Caused Split
With; Tammany Boss.
(lly J'eloraI Wireless Telet;ra; h.)
. .NKW'YO.HiC, October
to Tho s
leade,ripf 'riiiniujiny Hall, olTercl
monoy to Sulzcrlaiid that his impeach
ment In tak'i
itJrr?!:... ....... .t i ..
todayt by .tho oiiotcd GjV'c not
in mi interview printed in an evening
powspajier.
According former Governor,
his political dealli was the result of a
conspiracy vthich began when rtulzor
rofneeil to accept money from Murphy,
just bel'oio he tool, olhca ns Governor.
appointmeht with tlio Governor ut Ihelr
secoru mceiiiig, wmeii touK piaco ni
tho homo of .ludgo McCall, tuo Tain
muny candidate for mayor.
SULZER IslolfjATEO
B! THE PROGRESSIVES
SUV' YOKK, October 21. (By Associated
1'resa Cable) Disregarding tho
advice' of many friends and in face u&
the veiled opposition ot Douglas ,Rob
insou, nephew of Jtooscvclt and
leader. Willinm Sulzer, dejoed
Governor bf .Npiv York, lust night accepted
the Progressive partv nomination
as a candidnto for assemblyman
from the sixth district.
Thoro was no opposition to Sulzer
when his nanio was prebcnted.
It is understood that he intends to
make an active, campaign, directing lus
buttle chicily ngalnsMurphy mid Tammany.
albanTaR1
orient. en route here
WASlllXOTON, 21. (lly
Associated l'rcss Cable) Advices received
hpro from Yokohnma last night
announced that the cruiser Albany of
the Asiatic licet, cleared i rum that port
yesterday morning. Tho Albany is ordered
to llremertou fur repairs and
will proceed homo by way of Honolulu.
HANS SCHMIDT ENTERS
PLEA OF NOT GUILTY
'
(liy federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NKW VOItK, October 2n. (Hpeelal
to The Adertier) Through his counsel,
Hans Schmidt, roufosed murderer
of Anna Aumuller, pleadel not guilty
toJay to tho rhurgo of lioiiueid and
wns sent bark to the Tuinl
. -i.... -. S.
CHAMP'S
WOULD BE POSTMISTRESS
(lly Federal Wirlo Teliigrspli,)
rOIlilADO HJ'IIINOH, iVii ad,., Or
Iplur '.'0, (ripei'laLln The AdNorlUer)
Mrs. Aiiuto lluiuillnit Hlir of Uis
illy, nt Chpuip (Wh,
speaker of li JiMue. Is n M4Wsle
for pitml.irc. ut Cul0f4o Sj"'.,
j f I rPr '
,' ''
VOL VI , NO 16S IlONOLl'Lt', HAW Ml TKURITORY, 11 I.MAY. uiTnilKK 21. WKIKIA. WHOLE NUMBER 3ESt
1EUNS WITH WOMEN AND
CHILDREN WARNED TO FLEE
DANDER IN CAPITAL QF MEXICO
a
Advices Sent Privately
to This Country Taken
to Indicate That
Huerta is Determined
to Precipitate Hostilities
Between United
Slates and Mexico.
(!y 1'edcral Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, Oettiber 20.
(Sjiuuiul to The Advertiser)
Many AiiiiiriciuiH lire ileoiiiK from
the City of Mexico todliy as the
result of n private warning received
from friends in the United
States tolling Ilium to ;et out, and
especially,, for those who lmvg women
and children, to leave as soon
as possible.
J'ersons who received these .messages
said they were apparently
based on aliened inside informa
tion from Washington on account
uf (lio'impiiiidini! trouble between
the United States and Mexico.
Representatives of American business
firms arc being recalled by
their home ofliees.
Uueita made it known today
that the presidential election will
be held October 'Jfrnx scheduled.
This means that Huerta will le-
niiiiu in office until that date.
Theie are Jive parties in the field
and each 'candidate for' the
' '
presidency."
- IiuWoffti,ici3irc'l ?i1't.
lion iuJlho eVmitryil is
certain Unit no candidate can
receive a niajnrjty of the votes
cii'it. Tho Constitution reipiircs
that all caudidnteS ntust receive a
majority of llio'votcstiiht. It is
expected the crisis in therclatioiis
between Mexico and the United
Stales will come immediately after
the election. After the announcement
is made that the
electors have failed to choose
a new president, Huerta will continue
in office as the Constitution
provides ml interim. The parties
in the field and their presidential
candidates are: Catholic, Frederic
fliiiiilin'i ; Felicista, Felix Diaz;
liiberal, Manuel Calero; Liberal.
Progressive, David Do La Fuente;
Velasquez Gomez.
FIGHT SHERMAN AGT
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN l'ltANCIbCO, October 20.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) "Tho
Union I'nciflc secured control uf tho
Southern Pacific long after tho Slier-man
Act was passed, Tho Central
Pacific alwnys has Uecn n part of tlio
.Southern l'acllic," Julius Kruttsehnitt
said today in announcing tho Southern
PiicifiV's intention to test tho
of tho anti-trust statute.
(I!y IVderal Wireless Telegraph.)
CONCOItD, JTcw Uampnlnro, October
.(Special to Tho AdvwtUer) Attorneys
for Harry K. Thau today tok
the olToiisive in their light against
.leromc for breach of faUli in attempting
to decclvo Governor l'elker when
he declared an Indictment liml been returned
ugalntt Tl.aw by Now Vork
Stnte,
KAISER AND SON IN
ANIMATED SESSION
(lly rVilernl Wirclex Telegraph )
llrSIIMN, Octohor 20.- in
Tho AdwtUer) KhImt Wllhlin ami
hit on. the ertiwii prllioo. Iiift todav
for tli flrt limp In nfvcral wwloi. ami
in addition t lL"lr eouvcriiitjuu lioiiig
reputled Be "nilmuiely niilJtininl," it
It known llml ll) bnti'tr t)UI nut In
vile Uli ma tii rt"!ln "I ti chIhih
for )Mlw)il6ii
JAPANESE SHIPS OF
ARE HEADY TO
STEAM TO MEXICO
i !
(llv Wireless Tclegrjph.)
TOKIO, October 20. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) The
government believes intervention
by the United States government
In Mexico is imminent. The ox-
prcsslon was given today at the
ministry of marine for an order
to .hold the battleships in
w.ss to sail fcr Mexican waters
on chort notice.
On account of Mexico's recent
attempts to establish clospr friend-
ship with Japan, any action by
the Nipponese government will bo
wntched .closely by tho Powers.
t
c
DILLON STOPS
fiUHIHr ON PAL
Actor and -Wife Have Thrilling:
Experience, on Edje of
Precipice.
Struggling with a runaway hofse on
tho vetee of the Pali preeipico, crush
ei) against the guard rail and- utmost
over t by the uiuddqned. bruJCj and
trampled under the "animal 'a feet,
JomUil..
Ion, Fho actoruiKfityftcrnooii, wiiea.
the horso (it'taehed tothf ehiclo. In
whtc) trs, Dillon was seated, started
on a wild dash down tho crooked I'ali
road.
Mr. mid Mrs. Dillon paid their first
visit to tho l'ali on tho'.afteriioou in
question, journeying thither with a
horso mid buggy.
On reaching tho historic spot, Dillon
drovo up alongside tho parapet, and got
out, leaving his wife in tho buggy. A
gust of wind whistling around the corner
blew u dead tree branch ngaiust
the horde's feet, and tho animal plunging
wildly, started to run. Dillon man
aged to reach its head and catch tho
bridle, but the horso in its struggles
threw him against tlio parapot, almost
putting him over, while tho buggy
teetering on two wheels was in danger
of overturning, ami spilling Mrs. Dillon
over tho rail into tho abyss.
Plunging and kicking, tho brute
dragged Dillon and tho buggy to the
point where tho wooden rail begins and
here Dillon, his feet bruised by the
trampling of iron-shod hoofs, wrestled
thW horso to Its knees, and succeeding
In quieting tho steed suilicicntly to
get Into town without further neefdent,
Dillon's left side wns badly bruised
and his feet cut and crushed, so that
ha was in pain during last night's performance,
and will walk with a limp
for several days.
-
(Hy 1'edernl Wireless Telegraph.)
1'AltIS, October 20. (Special fi Tho
Advertiser) Ser,ia tuday bowed to
tho Powers and sent n submissive noto
promising the withdrawal of trfe
troops from Albania at once.
EXPERTS SAY THEY,F,OUND
ARSENIC IN BODY
l PLYMOUTH, Massachusetts, Octo
her 2(1. (Uy Associated Press Cable to
That tho body of tho
late Hear Admiral Joseph Giles Katou
was permeated with arsenic, not Isss
than sixteen gralua being found, wus
tho sentutlonal testimony given before
the court today in the triuV of. Admiral
Katou 's widow on tho charge of niur
der. The testimony was given by n
medical expert. The evidence, .which
tondi to lonneit Mrs, Tlaton directly
ullh her )iuliHiii ,w mysterious death
mi .Mitrih S, follows the liivetlgtoo
of a sperlnl lniui:t court, which liogau
Its work mi Oi'lolier '.', The court went
Into somr of the unusual rlrriiiiulanrea
surrounding I he death, tun) , .)lrli't
Alturney lluisnr ieeves (lint he lies" a
n made out ugalii't the nldnw of the
Liavo) otllrer.
Huerta and the Cabinet Who Now Hold
the. Destiny of Mexico in Their Hands
ft n-3 a"' ' ' &jGKitttW
from left to rijrlij, the persons in full d an Keycs l.IusticeK Ksipiinal Ohrpgoii
de la Hurra (Foreign Alfaiisi, de Mondrnjion (War President Hneita, kra Stnnol i Public
Works), ffarcia Gernados (State), Uoblail (Interior).
MUHPHY
NUNS FLEE FOH LIS;
1 J
I 'I - L. - ' . .i I an
mm
OPPOSES
it i L HDL DAY u
Suggestion for Joint Celebration
from Great Britain Not
Warmly Received.
y
(Ity I'edernl Wireless Telegraph.)
,J)i:UI,IN". October "0. Snecinl In
The Ailveitiser) Tho proposal by
A insion rtpencor (Jhurchlll, first lord
of the Htltish'adinirally, that Great
ISritain and Gorninny should ileclaro u
"naval holiday" in I'Jl 1 was received
without sympathy by the German government,
i
;
Jt is doubtful whether ajiy olliclal
notlco will bo taken of the suggestion,
although Imperial Chancellor von Ilcth
imiitn ....... llnllumi, ...,.... ....... mnt mfii. in tl... u..l.:..,il
,.,v. IU ,J1,I BIIJI H
in inr ruuim ui uuuiuu in rnc liiljicriai
parlianipnt.
The muni authorities consider the
proposition that Germany should not
build any warships while England is
umstructiiig anil acquiring ut least
three riiiiiot bo discussedi
..-.
IS BITTEN
Bf PET L
B
X
(llv Telegraph.)
ItO.MH, CO. (TSiVcLiril t o
Tho Advertiser) Adtiann Casta
magna, an nctrcm, was badly bit-
len ami clawoil by n leopard while
posing for a olatsicul moving pic
tore stun?. Ilcr face and arms
will be perimineatlv disfigured. 'f
i-
, .. .
Marine Tidings
By Kahuku Wirclew.
Kahuku wireless wns in touch with
(lie uteuiner I'ersla at eight nVJoek last
lilult The tfWinior, ei(i mute, from
Pa ii I'riiuelfro to Vol(i)lilllin, renortwl
tltit Ii would arrive hum n nine
qVloek I'riilfly monjliig, jtborliig for
tho llrlenl n fife n'etacFtJifUli'
Th Urlltt jrufia lftMM Mm
oil wft,ml liat It waupitnvt llili
ii..iii.ij ut dgfii o'mnr
Street Scene City of Mexico.
FERRY BUiLDllMG
sC ' t )(C n
redcial Wlrelos'iVlcgniih.)
SAN KHANCIKI'O, Odober 20.
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
Wlicu .1 .In'Sph acejilentally
bled oM'r n stick (if djnauiito at
the l'err, IliiHding tfulay he prob)
ably saved at least a portion ot
the iniiiieii"0 building to tho StatO
fium ilertrnctioii. .
Joseph' startling find resulted
ill a search of tho baggage rooms
iisni In tho Northwestern I'nclfio
and the Wells I'argo llxpress Com-
pany. Nine tticks of dyniimlto k
were foiinil aihl turned over to the
police dcparl incut.
Officers of the company width
ured the sjiaco are at n loss to
account for the piescnco of the
explosives.
-
INTERNATIONAL GDLF
(l'O Knderul WiieleiTelvgrnph.)
M:" YOHIC, October
to The Advertiter) The visit of
! ard liny, Harry Viinlon nnd other
Knglisb goljers to this country has
prompted talk of having aiiuiially a
series of golf inutihes diull,irto those
of the Dm is Cup tenuis series.
It Is reported that olio of the lead'
nig clubs in this (ouutrv is referring
the idea to the British golf authorities
ii ml that the olfer of a cup lips already
been made ly the Auierlemi club.
AVIATOR WEDS NURSE
WHO OARED. FOR HIM
(l I'lslrrul Wireless Telegraph.)
HIIIOHTOV, lluglanil, lictober au.
(Kperlal u The Tim
HeroplHim icsldsnl in vtlilch AliUI
Mcirtimer Mwifr, 'Ul Anglo AmsrlAn
avlnlor wh Mftuwly lujurml In (lnjr
Ih 10A0 ktiJ a ntuaBtU mimI tttila.
wi ftlUMf' rTM Wiurrl 1(1 .Vli
I4lutvftl, Mm uria m,'A
iwkm mm iwrtaf dm oii mmm :
lirna
T
FOR GOLD IN TEETH
(By i'ciU'mI Wireless Telegraph,)
GAI.VI'STO, Toxas, October liO.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) The
story of how thirty-three Catholic
miiis were ilriveii nt mblnlghtdimlcr
lire from their convent, of how
men were i)iot down for Hie
gold In their teetli, was told here
today by members of n band of' "100
refugees who arrived todliy by
steamer from Tnniilt'g, Mexico.
Cearly aH were destitute and. had
nulTored hardships,
Mother Vihecnl of the Order
of tho Inearnutc Word, hi charge of
tho nuns, wns compelled to leave
0uQ in gold behind In their convent
near Torreon.
Tim rebels us well ns the Comtb
tutionnllsts lire losorling to nets of
brigandage-, according to tho refiu
gees. The troops seem more bent
upon rapine mid pillage than upon
the outcome of the revolution. There
is absolutely no protection for property
nml persons nro, being shot
down upon the slightest provocation,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
S USTRU
Railroad Lured 120,000 Subjects
Out of Country, Says
Government.
(Jly 1'OderaI Wlrci?ss Telegraph,)
VIIINNA, October 20. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tho Austrian govern
ment has profcrred a charge of "luring
120,000 Austrians liable for military
service out of thefT native couutry
within the last ten months" against
the ollicials of the Canadian I'aclfi
ilallroad, and all olllces pf this
iu have boon
Kitized by the Immigration ollicials.
Austrian immigration ollicials charge
the Canadian I'nciflc with aiding the
Austrians to leirve the country without
passports or with the uso of dummy
jiassiiorts.
wife lil' magIte
IN FAILING HEALTH
(By I'ederal Wirejcss Telegniph.)
CI.DVi:i.AXD, Ohio, October 20.
(Special to The Thc con
.dltion of .Mrs. .lolin 1. Hockefeller's
health is regarded us serious today.
Her advanced ago has manifested Htself
in falling hearing and other constitutional
.trouble which render tlin outcome
of her Illness extremely doubtful.
. HocJipfoller. nt his home, declines to
Issue any bulletins regaiding her condition,
but the nil man today admitted
that it is duo to his vvlfo's health that
the family has delayed its annual fall
journey to their winter homo at Tarry-town.
WILSON PROGRAMING
TOR OURRENOY BILL
WASHINGTON', Ocmiier SO.
1'ress Cable tn
I'resldonl WiUon wroto tn Oscar W.
UmUrHoud. house Demuerutln leader,
todsy that he expert The, ui'iinto
un bunking and ciltrcnc.v tli re
burl out llm riirreiiry reform bill (he
Qrjat week lu.Novmnber mid the senate
tp ljlu Mitloit on i three wii Inter.
'ITib K'kw Vork Chamber of f?niiiiiinMn
IjUjijrHPtirevhl tho Miljufiilitrajluu
" ""
1KESSPEECH
AS SHE LANDS
AT BATTER?
Mrs. Emmelinc Pankhurst Is Doctored
Nof Guilty of Charge of
Moral Turpitude and Is .Given
Permission to Land in United
States Serenaded by Forlorn
Band of Militants.
SHE BOASTS OF VICTORY AS
SLAP AT GREAT
Says That Action in Her Favor Is
Hardest Blow England Had
in Fight Against
Suffrage Wave
Ovation on Landing and
Is Dined by Mrs. Bolmont.
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
JC1IW YbKK, October '20. (Spoclal
to Tho Advertiser) Mrs. l'mmcline
I'nnkhiirrt was set free by tho
autliorltlcH today us soon as
they received olllcial notice that Commissioner
Camlncttl had found her not
guilty of "moral turpitude" and within
an hoiir sho made a public speech
before a crowd that thronged tho
Mrs. I'ankhurst left .Kills Island on
a government tug at
o'clock 1iIk afternoon and landod twenty
minutes later, Sho waft'accompanled
across the bay" y
who had gone ,tj tho iplan4
curlier fn tho day lot?crjwide.her.i.; .
When the ovation lit the. Dattcry
ended Mrs. I'ankhurst thanked the
crowd for tho reception given her-and
talked at length with the newspaper
men. Sho said:
"What hitppenod today is one. of tho
greatest slaps in tho l'aco that official
Great Britain over has had in its fight
against the iricsistible wave of sentiment
for woman suffrage. Groat Britain
does not want mo to tcii tho truth.
Great Britain did noVwant mo to como
to tho United States for that rcartfii.
But I am here to tell tho whole, truth
about tho suirrago workers In Groat
Britain."
i'rom the Battery Mrs. I'ankhurst
went to' tho home of Mrs. O. 11. 1'.
Hqliinmt to dino with prominent suffrage
lenders ut tho Aldiuo Club tonight.
Tho first of her set speeches will be
delivered Friday night,
- i
I E FACTO
FEDERAL COURT.
Sentences Imposed on Ton Defendants
Continuances Granted
Others.
I'nft work was in order in tho. federal
court yesterday whQn a large num.
her of cases under indictments brought
by tho federal grand jury on Saturday
morning were disposed of undor pleas
of guilt J, sentonco iu each case being
pronounced in short ordor.
George W. Smith, tho postal clerk
who went wrong with his accounts,
nas given n .year in jail nnd sentenced
further to pay $240.05, an amount identical
with that represented by his
shortage, and ulso to pay the costs of
the case.
David Miller, for selling liquor at
Schoflcld Barracks without the proper
permit, got five mouths, $100 fine nnd
costs. ,
Itoplnn, charged with buying an
Army shirt from n soldier, was given
ten days nnd lined ten dollars and costs.
The opium brigade was fairly well
represented. Asaklchi Kbesu, Y.emo
Arul and 1'rnnk Hhcel each drew two
months nml costs mid Kosuki Okuadu
got forty-live dollars and coats.
Violators of the seventh
were three In nuuiber nnd drew
theirs as follows llienvluhn DouIIIh,
One month nipl costs Kaetsu, fix
months uud coats and tiniest Murks, of
Maui, olio year uud costs.
The opium cases ugulnit George A,
llnwer, ennllli'liil umpire of the Ouhti
I.CHguo, and Mrs. .1. )', Hyland, were
continued until this morning when tho
nllegeil dope mrrohaiit in ay be called
up for urrntgnmeiit.
Tho federal grand Jury hai lieeu
until culled, r
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