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Political Developments in City of
Mexico Arc' Rapidly Moving to
a Crisis and Clash Is Expected
Between Adherents of Rival'
Candidates for the Presidency.!
City of .Mexico, October 122.
(Special to The
developments arc rapidly
moving to n crisis here. Tins relations
of the various parties arc
becoming so strained that even
the most conservative believe
bloodshed will result before the
Hrief conflicts have already
broken out between the followers
of Frcderico (Jamboa and Felix
Diaz, but the police thus far have
been able to prevent the use of
Fclieistas aVe posting circulars
everywhere in the city insulting
1lm Catholic, nartv. whoso candi
date is jamboa, but these are
torn down almost as soon as they j
IS'o confirmation has been receiw
ed yet of the report that 'Monterey
has. been captured by the
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph )
IIACU: PASS, Texas, October 22.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Contitu
tiunnlists hcfe tdlny denied tlic re-
ports that General Francisco Villa is1
holding thirty tlireo flermnns ns iris-1
oners at Torreon, Mexico. j
They liriuuleil the report as a political
move (in the part of Jlucrtn.
It vfas reported today that tho
arc concentrating for an attack
As ".Ritual Murder" Trial,Draws
to Close They Ask Czar ,
(Jly Pfderal Wireless Telegraph.)
KIKIU', Russia, October 22.
to The Advertiser) As tho "ritual
murder" trial of Mendel Deilis draws
to a close the p&odtiK. of Jewish residents
becomes heavy. Many are
to the I'nitcd States.
IVariii); Mctory for tho defense
will enniRe the rabble of tho city to
tho point of attacklni; tho (Ihetto,
pruintnent .lcwih mercliant liavo up-'
jealed to the government tor a detachment
of Itussinn to protect Oio
hoinci of the .luwish quarter.
HORINE INJURES KNEE.
(Ily federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAX PKAXflSro, October 22.
(Special to Tlie Advertiser) While,
training yesterday, (ieorgo lloriue, tho
wprld's record holder m tho hifih jump,
wrenched his knee, and doubt is
as to whether ho will bo nlilu,
o compete m the Purloin and world's
championship next Saturday,
MOB LYNCHES NEGRO.
.(lly.Vedoral Wireless Telegraph.)
i :MOXI!Or Louisiana, October 22.
(Special to The Advertiser) A 'negro
who hulted a white woman hero Inst
Monday was taken from the jail this,
morning by tweuiv five uicn and hanged
from a telephone pole.
(By Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
LOX1XKN, October 22. (Special to
Tho Alcrtitcr) Hon. John Freeman
Atitfprd, a cousin of liamtoljili
(.'hurchill, and a son of llaron liosedule,
is to marry Germany's richest heires,
Fraucin Marine Anna You Kreidlander
T'uld, daughter of Herlin's cpal king
wlioq fortuae is estimated at $23,000,-
Mitford has been narking as nn unpaid
derk in a Hamburg bank for tho
pant tiyo years m order to gain experience
In (icrmaii life and busiuts.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegrnph.)
ItOMi:, October 22. (Special to The,
Adxertlier) -'The lliiarro Princess,"
an opcfrttH attributed to the former
,i iqwii vnncess of baouy s Kr
a chilling reception hou produced hero
for tho lira time lust night.
The. direwt.tfiil reference. to tho
King of and the neuudalout
uem dipproved by tho iiiujor
portion nf theudieiKe.
JlUfiw Hinf I.Tiuicul luiigbtur greet wl
tho third act u ud the diiinntrNtiuii
ri'iit'htid suihiroiioitiutM that the
was rung down Iiiuk liefure th
act wut euauludei).
i ily IVdrral WiiIM Tlrui.)
VSAWIIKOTOK. Oiubar .-
(Mwil tu Tlw AdvlUif) Th
I'iaiito,t tuir il e UrgMit
1 )Arlnrt Hill. II WM W tlMIW
4 u flm mUwi i 44' lay lib MtwUNM
Ufa IU MMNtr, M WBtr la It
niM wWeii iravMa4 ("ft itptif 1' j.
f oltXuf ul ital r "
I e Mutwiit f'w r 'Vit'
Ml, (Nil Dually ! ' I I i m
SAYS MILJTANCY HAS
t ,. 1 k i. 1. m. tf uraGMH
(t iftyjqwsn' 'w wu WHWty itawj fv
HAWATTAN OAZUrTK. FRIDAY, fHTOuKK 21, 1J.
" -U !t 4-.-J-
m. t M wm i. I M O-
U lillllUULII Li
REACHED ITS ZENITH i
EEV. DR. ANNA HOWARD fUIAW,
I'resiilent of the Nnlional Wniiation
Governor of California Say3 Republicans
Must Adopt Progressive
Principles to Unite.
(Ily Federal Wirclc. Telegraph.)
tllK.UiO, October 22. (.Special to
The Advertiscrl (lovcrnor Hiram Johnson
of California, accompanied bv .Mrs.
Oovornoc of f'alifornin and Hull Mooso
leader in (ioldcu State.
Johnson, arrived here today, en route
East Jo as3it in tho gubernatorial campaign
Discussing the Progressive party, the
"There is no doubt In' my mind that
the jicputiliciu and Proireshi . e parties
will oveiifually"be' tmited, but that will
not be until (ho ItopiibttrniiH nilopt the
'(irliiritdei of" the 'Priigfehihis. "
Decisive Action Being Taken to
End tho Revolution in
(Ily Federal VircIc"8 Telegraph.)
1.IHIION', October 2i' (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tareo hundred and
lilty persons, Mime of them mutinous
soldiers, are under arrest for aiding in
the unsuccessful uprising of Monarchists.
The cilj is under heavy martial guard
throughout night and day with detach
nieiUs (it the republican guard pa
triiNing the principal streets.
Machine gum. aie placet
government luumiugs. 1 ho government
tharges that n uumlier of women, mem
hers of monarchists allies, are imnli
cnted in the Jiuving nego
tinted v.ith l'uiopeau urmaiueiit linns
for gain and nniuiuuitioiiH.
THAW'S ESCAPE TO
(Hy IVib;rnl Telegrnph.)
NUW YOIIK, October 22. (Special
to The Advertisei) Ordi'is fur n grnnd
jury iiivestigatlou iu New York comity
of the escape of Thaw from tho
asvlum wero issued today by
Three contracting concerns were bidders
for tho reconstruction of the
wharf, on the Island of Hawaii,
when tliii bids w'cro opened in tlio
presence of 'tho members of the harbor
commission w ho mut for flio purpose,
jrttsrdny at noon in tho oflico of tho
superintendent of public. .works.
The bids tailed for sixteen separate
sets nf figures, all but four sets being
for certain detailed portion of tho
work, ruminating these, tho lads were
K. Wer) and Son and John Dolmen-berg,
of llllo 41 Mil); 1 1,187;
and UflhS.fSO. in ISO days.
.1. I". Poss Jr., AYHiluku, Maui $21.-210;
1111,450; M,t2o and I 1,42.1, ill
and UV Unwell, of
Honolulu and i2S,700; .-21,.
.W; 2t,s.10 and i 45,2011, iu 100 dnvs.
lh liartiir cominlsaiou will hold u
inoetloR. at ten n'flvrlt SatnrdMy
for the purpot of taking, up the
cunaiderstion of these bids and making
an award. If an award la tn bo made
at all. I'lmp i,ialfwii Jpku W, Cull
wall will return Jfatardicy uiurnlujt from
Maui, whom be Is Inspecting the sjvlhei
Undiujj uvw UJidar it is
iIm) (Uly ' (Mi ! iVminliHiiou ill
lUlru t H,M"Hl ia this work.
Itv Klml Wlrrlcs Tolnaruph i
WAMKlWOfltS, iMobor 112
M VM Advertiser)
I'mI mm, tittwtgk ih
, 4 baailii tenit lad jUaUtaat Hur
..i r - .1
! VNMt lMMW ItNMir m"f, H
r n ihi VW If ti Mil ak.ri
I . MMKikaiUB W tM Maltl
I auJ laMk iaa. It ia at lo..l
IET ID LOO
SufTrajcttc3 Have Reached Point
Where They Must Either Take
Human Life to Carry on Cam-
paign on Take Eackwdrd Step,
Says Rev. Anna Howard Shaw.
I Ily IV,cn Wireless cjegi.iph I
UAl.TIMOlti:, Jarxliyijl,. (Jibcf -- ,
- (.Sjieci.il io Tlic A.)ertltJr) U
i'nuhhtirst ni othqr tvUttVt of I'liVJ
laml have reached ; point .wtiuii' thc
will either have' t7 'take human lite
in carrying iuut(ioirnianlluiign, of mill
taney or takq il backward ic.our$e, said
Ifev. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president
of tho .National Association tor
frago today in ' I
In her opinion .thuyinUilnnts WtVlfl
lie glad toi'taUo t ho bacLntruck. if tlioy '
could tlml'inny rwny.itf doing eo hud
at the saiio.tini,o tavp their1 faces; ,:
DoUor Slmiy rpcentiji.icifneclled her,
ongngcmonttOJipeak .with .Mrrn
at a meeting, scheduled to La hold
lit Madiron Square, O.irddu in iiew: York
(iLtober 1!), hho muher unwillingness,
tn Fj'cak v.vi;'diC to tho fact that while
.Mrs. Pankhiirst had 'Ix'wi guarantee 1,
tl5()0 and putt ofithp l(utt) receipts sho
( Doctor iJbliTi)ilili(icei( uilAhlblto1 procure
n of ilUD!l or hqt enruc
"J do not oli.D(it to Mrs. lluiUhurst s
rcceiMiiK imyiprleo sho ciln nt for her
lecture. here," u ttatcmeiit issued
this attcniopn .by DoiStor Sliuiv,
"but I leel vtryiHtroiiHly that cooperation
implie nn obliitatioiTon'lioth sides.
"1 f.'iall t:Jtei utluir incaiii than tliu
Madibon SfjuatO' meeting to rcuiiro
I he American vuliliuithat militant method
hate not befn nied and arc not
nilroentcd ISiitVifOIWjLVt't ,. ms.(c
AttornoysfrnCfimWal bast Agreo
on Majolity Vote of : Juryand
Prisoner. Is Victorious.
(From Thursday Advertiser)
'Mr. Ill-own. On behalf of tho
prosecution I am willing to stipulate
at this time that tho prosecution will
bo bound by the majority vote of tho
twelve, jurors. If tho majority Vote ot
tlio juiy is fur acquittal tlio prosecution
is ready to dismiss the case, if that
announcement is made. Jf tho verdict
of iv majority of tho jury is for
I understand that counsel for
the defendant will accept that as a verdict
against the client.
'Tlio Court, Is that conectf
"Mr. liightfoot; 'flint Is correct."
Tho above is taken from tho official
recoid of Stenographer J. W. Jones iu
tho trial yesterday before Judge Nob-son
of tho criminal brunch of tho local
circuit court in tlic case of the Territory
against T. lnndn, who vai Tried
yestordiiy by i jury on a cha.rgo.of
selling llipior without a license.
'jTkit IiiRtanco In Honolulu.
It is the first case on record iu
and bo far as is kmnvn in tho
Territory, iu which au instance, of this
nature was brought to light.
Tho jury retired at half-past ten
o'clock yesterday morning to arrive. 'iitf
a voidict, but it was only somo minutes
after half-past two o'clock in the afternoon
that it returned tn court, and
when it did so it was only to report
that tho jury had failed tu agree un a
The trial of tlio case lasted only an
hour nml n half, and ns Deputy
A. M. llrown, whu conducted tho
prosecution, noted tho long delay of
the jurv in in riving at a voi'dict he
turned to Attorney l.ightfoot, who had
touducled tho defense, and said
'Joe, ht's stipulate) that Hubert) is
a di:igreeincnt we Will bo bound which,
over way tho majority of tho jury
goes," ai.d he the situation
as Vnl forth above.
"That's n go, Arthur. I'm game."
And he was, nud because ho was g.uno
T. lnndn later walked out of court a
frco num. '
As tho jurors filed luto court and
ton!, thpir places ifi.iho jury box, Deputy
t'ity Attqmey lrown nroe, and
lundo tho nbovo, statement to tho court.
Judge KohiiiiMi asked Attorney Light-
luoi. ir iiiai was correct, ami on Lcmir
informed thai, it un the iudgo turned
to the jury nud explained the situation.
"I do not vvnnt to know what jurors
stand tor conviction or acquittal, as
that would lie tm improper procedure,
lnlt I iv ill ak you how tho jury stands.,
as to numbers, iu this rcgrird."
Henjaiuin SniniuQiis reported that tho
jury had been unable to agree on a
verdict and that it stood uiiin for acquittal
and three for conviction. With
n sinile, Attorney l.ightfoot moved for
the discharge of his client, and this was
ordered by the court under the agreement
entered into between counsel.
Procedure Is Logal. v
This novel procedure appealed to n
good niiiiiy whu were iu court nt tho
time, "This is quite legal, tor tho man
was charged only vih the t'iiumsinu
of a mUdcuifiiuor," said Judge
"Had he. been tried on a charge
(t tflony it would be dlllerent, ns iu
that ciio tho Jury wuuld havo tu bu
utuiuiiuous one way or tho other. In
iiiiwloiiitHiuais the defendant can be
tried by rtny niiiiiber of juror umUr
tweha, imeunliiig tu iigreeuienl.
"This oan) vu n uoniiidluuinl from
the diiriyl siiurt, whv'ta tltu pinu, ntiw
di.cliHrtutl. wa kiutauati tu mr n flnti
or (loo, Tent)uiie juinrs had to
tbi woihIhk fur the sulMtlau af
live mu in tr Hi cum, iu jurorn
' aloat tb cMu io.t lktyhr del
lara, Had Ike jur) liu M4 uatll Iu
luiirfow lo arrv at a verdlft or had
nmMr jiry beu cMied Iu tr ike
'Bui. a Ilk aHniiiHi iu juiura' !"
WmU lttf U be ild Uiil "
Til JlMy Mu MIH 111 I4il Ml fldlllMK
WlltlaMt A Hull William W Hurl. I.
Immm U, i'i id.. "ik, i: i. i,
kwlk l(M i i,im II ill ...
t wSlr " i m
Minlwunti M. Nuuiaiiaa. Mml I
lllM. 41' M - UMi.i -" I. , nn I I IUrli T lla)
. S .'I .
jBHB'y' t -" iijf lr?Ti i"fr.i.v? ?i i i T " ' tf lift it? ifriff jywi r )MT'J
(ly h'ederal WirelassTclCjiraph )
1IIO 1)1: JAXKlKOj October
cv i : m. i i ...--. i L
lipooyelt vyas todny taljeu in un auto
niobilo rido through tho city and later
inspected tho mot iiupartnnt puldle
buildings. - Tho Colonel oxpi.sscd
pleasure nt evrytlimg ho saw, but
could not ooiiiplcfely Iiide Ins impatience
to get into the untrodden jungles.
During his rul hn was taken through
tlio most boautiful boiilovartli.
In tho Hoosevelt party, being lavishly
ontertatniid by tho local authorities,
Bishop Estate Trustees Decide to
Carry. Million-Dollar Structure
A building to. bo known
as tho I'dock, has lieen authorized
by the trtlsle'cs tlf the llishop
for tho Hishup lot opposite tliu Young
Hotel, Tho trustees last wee!; decided'
to accept tin plans of Architect
lovciing tliu entire, black facing
llishop street, troin Hotel to King
stieets, bjt it was undetidod whether
to build the entire structure or only a
portion of it just now. Tho
of the trustees is to erect tho vvliolo
structure, the climate, in round Hum-bum
being .1 million dollars.
Atitin'g in uct'ordance with the wish
of Hon. . IijtIch It. llishop, hitsliaiid of
the tale i'nuccbS lieruice l'auahi llishop,
vrhnin est. Ho will I! nance the deal, it
will bo tailed the lllock in memory
ol Mi:.. Hishop's latlioi. a liigh
rlifiif of Hawaiian regiiue.'
i,,oc:it itMitiuctois are ulreaily looKiug
forward to nicuriii.; this plum, and it
is possilile that pr.tctically every
Honolulu, as well as
many m.tiuianil liruis, will no humors.
W. C. T. U. AFTER
tfAUISIHUSfl, Illinois, October JO.
branding YlnriuniiiMii as "an agent to
degrade vvuiuanhooil,'' Miss Helen D.
Hood, of i lucneo, iu llu resident's ad
tlrt'M to the fortieth annual meeting nt
the Illinois White Uibboncrs hero to
day, det hired that the Woman's I'hris
timt Te uperance Union would never
lest so long us theie any "Anjer
lean harems" of the Mormon sect ro
lnaining. Mica Hood .said 727,000 Mormons
held the balance of power in seven
"We hive friEhtened tho brewers
and since we are Hearing victory
ligj.iust I ooze, we should dlrrtct V. C.
'1'. I', inlluanca auniust , Moriunuisin,
ivhiti' shivory, cqcaine, morphine and
institutions of evil," said tho Statu
presldc.it in conclusion.
WASIIIVtSTON. S Thren
' "" Cu,'a
ueW battleships I n.I 11 proportionate ' , 5to,.r "
t"wlol to Tho '"'lithe
numl.tr of torpedo bon,t destroyers, is
aim of tho Wilson T ad.niuistratiui.' tnr' P1,"1 5",Mt ' ',0 Culm" Wn-shaping
,u naval policy for tho Dp- lnc"t, lia" 1,C,e" '"fVrere.l. Colonel
cepiber Mssion of copgrws. it became I'mJoI CQiuinandcr of the nt Ma-known
that Iu all yrobabllity ! taiwn todny ordered thq nrrpst of two
Secrelnrv DnnitiU or the navy depart-1 r'''''l M'iy enptnini) nd clmrged
ment would put into effect his tho"" with consplriiq; Dg:lnst luihllc
pla of '-less muiioy ashore nnd morel
alloHt" mid odviKale tuiiiK tho greater
part of 11 u appropriation ot
In build thiac powerful worship one
more th.ui tho usuul Honual quota,
though diiI v a (inal battleship wan oh
tallied inter a stormy right iu tho last
Willi 1 he addition of thrr
liltlo.lii.t, aavl airl. Uilt.Jiopo the Fill-lad
Ntuio will re ns place it
til llviif Urilain in mil il Mnliliriif
Ml,n,g i.eiiy..i. i. 1 tooki"" '' ''"'I'I " oM. Tlr rM
i . nt 1 tin 1 -1 it
4, 1 ''; 1 '
l. I nwbU'iit WiImhi never ha
mud ' pUOIH Hi'.'l.irnl nil Un
1' W.U tloll, II Illl Il Ikloud
I Ih il 1 1 1 urn ' 'no ifl. 1 titti i- ' II 11 V
' 1 .11 1 itlntl 1 100 1 m . 1 . i
l.i'l 1 1 . rin M- I I I III I . I r 1 1
1.1. . ii j
itow.ii Mil II,- ft' ir Ml)' 1 I
I 0111 II , !! , .., I ,.l,
in Rio de Japciro;
to Get Into Jungle
f,or the Hunt.
besides tho iColonc', arc Mrs. Hoosovoft,
jlifrf ilurt;aret jtopsovolt, Aiitliony
l'n'!,I a Polar explorer; (ieorgct at.
.,, flcM n!yUxrayu thJ, j,... A.
jjnhn. u inissipnnry, who was wth M'r.
Unoi'ovelt In Africa, Frauii llurpfcr,
tcerotnry, and h. K. -Miller, another
field naturalist, vvho joined tuu party
Much equipment is carried by the
Roosevelt party for its exploration
vork. Four motor, boats, four canoes,
two oxtr.i motors nml camping supplies
wero included in tho luggngo car-lied
off the steamer Van Dyck
Infinitesimal Sum Offered to Cap
ture China's -Late Ruler to
TACOMA, October 12. Five dollars
Mohican is the reward cifforcil by tho
yhlncfo icpublics for tho capture, of Dr.
Hun Vat tpeii. His hupiilintccl and disgraced
name comes last on tho, list of
men who havo got futo bad standing
with tho now the
iul leward olierptl for his return is. pib.
liclv advOrtise.il with other offenders,
for whom the government will give
sums varying from' 20(1,1100 til $50,00,0.
D. Harvey, just returned frpm
'eking, tuys that contrary to Occidents
al custom of offering tho greatest reward
for apprehension of tlio most obnoxious
itijlividunls, C'hinu bcliuvcs that
by posting tho former provisional
president us having a Milne of less than
two and u half dollars American
money, fur greater indignity can bo
placed upon him nud that such
will result in entiro "loss of
face" by tlio man who vyns rcccnUy
hailed as, the "Moses of the," Chinese
First Lieut. George 11. Turner, U. R.
Army commandant of the Kamehamcha
.chonlii, is in tlio hospital nt Fort Shatter
sullcriugjfiom an injury, to Ids hip
Hint occurred nearly eleven months ago.
Orders were lssiicd yesterday sending
Lieutenant Turner to tliu Co.ibt for
i:i treatment. Ho will leiivo on the
November transport and will probably
not taku up his duties again nt
Lieutenant Turner arrived in .Hono
lulu August 'J2, 1U00, in command 'of
tho HIHlli Company, fl. A. C, which
iiirineu p.tri ui tuu ursi inrrisoit at
Diamond Head. Ho is the oldest settlor
of the Army, colony, as nn ofliccr s
hero now who was hero whon f'tbo big
guns" wero first iiiiinued. on .Onhii.
Lieutennnt Turner was prosidont of
thii. liiterscholastio League of Honolulu
nud was iu charge, of athletics nt
Kamehameha. Ho will )p greotlj'
missed liv n largo circo of friends,
Many nrmy nftlcorB who have recent
ly been placed on tho retired list be-
iiuw nf political ut'livity aro angry at
the "iiveriiment iind begun plotting tho
davrufnll nf l'rstiilout Mrnncnl,
DIFUTIIBIUA UOW IT MAY BE
Diphtheria I utually rnutnictrd
,prepar' iae rni in yiaiu inr ii ra
icptiiiii and dm rloiui.i'Ut nf tlio illlili
' ibrrin germs Win' a lw Hit! !"
of iu 1 liii uWvhhurlipoJ
iii'.ilixn 1 1 u 1 liive mlilt lUiUhl ltd M'l'1
1 I ulllr h hi itl lir , Iff t IJBJII jittai
.I 1 1 c tiiriii 1 iitaiWiulalu' uivvuh
.1 in. 1 . vv.11 iiufTwiV U if
hi I., ii " -1 ii m wb
1 .11 1 wfaich fw i
1 nil hfl a m1i1.
.. Ikv Mak of t'VUliaallutf
' llilKi I 'll.l, llii I'm yalu I')' llt'MluH
Mllillh 1 " Ud( Aumiu fvr Uwil
HOLDS THE STAGE
Whilo Senate Committco Wrestles
With It, House Has Job to
Hold a Quorum.
By Ernest O. Walker.
, AVAblUNQTPN, October U,. There
hcc(iis virtually iu ono Kovcrnmcntal
matter at Wq(hinu,to,ti nowadays to
think aliqutjmd t,:(lk nbput. Of course
that i the. Cuiteucy Hill mid recalcitrant
senators. ;lt is n litHc strango
this, fdiould lA;p ftrr in normal Octobers
government business is licgiuning to
tjuickcu ot the federal rent. Oflicials
ore coming -together at that time for
the, season ot Kiloso nttentiou to duty.
Scdrcsi pf isstity .ara tisilig uud tho
tecins with prospuots.
pidentlAHls)h is nctuully finding
liiinsetll lade to faccwith the most for-
midnhle.' task ho lias jet undertaken;
The opposition is tiying to break him,
& if has ocrcV tried before nnd Js
coilnjlng nporl a faed eennte to cooperate.'
Tlio chances yet are, however,
tlint fie t'restiient will Currency
Hill. Tlio noiut. of. liiiiiortancc is how
liuith' vyill ultiinatoiy bp yielded to tho
Dunks. ' tt 3 taken iqr grnnteil Hero
tla,t on tvvo questions the. administration
yilt stand pat. (3,no. i9 (ho
control of; tho federal reserve
board; the other government issiio of
notes. Certain minor 'concessions may
lie'mude'ns to government control.
i urt of tho, proposed cabinet
vlll bo eliminated, rls for
inst'unco tlio secrptnry of ugriciilturc.
t There r proliably bo ecmcessions ns
to the regional reserve, hanks. Instead
of 1tvclve tfrP ')' I'0 "ut three or
four. It 1;!" that at
litBt tlio couiitryftauks of the West
and South l"' cxpinptcd from the requirements
-to- orsmiiko rpgional
and that the experiment be tried
out in the, morel populous sections of
x , B.anks'May Resist.
"".Tust HfttY H loolss as thouuli t'i banks
would make a long fight, but in this
appearances may bo very deceptive. As
soon ns the banks nro assured some
concessions will be made tho campaign
may collapse. It might happen that
the hearings bcforolho senato committee
would cease sooner than planned
and that thq bill might even bo speeded
out of committee nud through tho senate.
There is no assurance of such an
outcomo yet, but senators of tho banking
and currency committee havo not
reached tho stage whero they nro centering
upon changes thiit pnu ho agreed
to by n majority.
Hard blows nro being delivered in
tho mean time Some compare
to tho pending bilwlth tlio fight
waned ntraiust railroad into regulation.
Tho fight is fiorrer now- than It over
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mi ilium; iitttl l j tuiouiun
to lip spen whether it will bo fs prolonged.
President Itooscvclt was two
years getting his, first railroad bill
No Truancy Allowe'd.
There is utter stagnation of business
at tho Capitol, outsidpof The currency
committee pf tho senate. iMore than
four hundred represenlativcs, trying to
get nwny to their hoincSj deserve somo
consideration, when it is remembered
tho r?g,ular session will soon ho horo
with nt least six' or eight months of
hafd grinding. The Colorado innmlien
of the house, who had sought to gel
nw.iv f,or weeks, just reached their
homes tho other day, when, in the
struggle for n quorum, all leaves of
absence wero rovoked. Several Far
'c"sternp.rs found tliepisclycs iu liku
nlicht. .Few of them brought their
families tp Washington for tho Miinmcr,
npii u ivp pmiiucij i noiuwr irii's iui,
tho sako' of bringing thpir wives and
children to town lor lio winter.
politics, aro responsible for tlio situation,
lni Democrats, in being tho majority
party in senate and house,
'iler whatever blamfc nttnehos for nj)t
keeping a legislativo tpiorum nt hand,
ircmso Itepublicans, fgr reasons of their
owns, nscribo thpir course to tlio Currency
Bill, to which they clrtim to bo
much opposed. Ainf J'cl the Purrcncy
Bill has pushed tho house. Tho house
can h:ive nothing more to do with tho
Currency Bill till after the tennto has
After a fevy days tlio inoiulTcra will
dlsperso again, and minority Bender
Mann may have 11 chanccpnco moro to
perioral, tint iicioro too tiuoruui agum
disappears tho Deficiency Appropriation
Bill will havo been disposed of. It
would seem a luinor matter of legisla
tion, but it carrios appropriations lor
numerous govornnicrital projects and
llkowio salaries' for thousands of government
If the TnrilT Bill has to bo amended,
becnyise. of that perplexing clause grant
ing a nvo per gept renuciion on goo'is
brruiglil in American boltoms, 11 feyr
days of legislative activity may bo
It Is hard to understand why
tho Democratic house fhould have over
insisted (in such a provision. The Dc.111
ocrntic secretary of statu counseled
against it. Ho wrote a letter, emphasizing
iu the plnineitt terms that it
would coutriveiip treaties and lead to
Thtif will hardly bo (ho usual prejifi
ration till year for tho winter's wurk
at Wrubliigtoii. F,v eryhoily. Is mure or
lsi eilniuttiid from ti Tonjf sojourn
in Hie capital. Now nnd Ihni siigges
linns art made for legislation after llm
CiirrHDr Bill I iiN, The irniprs
arp tiut nearly ovrrylmd v,l ).o tab-lug
n irit during Uecolulipr uml Uiul
ilif (uruu latks nf th rrgulsr MttUu
of rnngrotJ will be dtifeir'l till into
lht spring ami uiumnr.
Tlie Imbrss rernii. lilpfrdlug
Ijfi'HU i "hi Ww, 'WduB vmii ii
filii joy SI" yhadulad u Ut Hfd In
furf iWlw llf Iu lu fftfjK'v' "''
il'U inaiiilHit, iildln ikti " " ' ""
'bariid tvlTb irampwriim i.ail.
upiuiu, hat I'Nyu i'l lor lutaiiu bWwii
Jud) i'Ii limn, a llm mui lik.i.1
Ml MEN H
Without Warning Explosion Oc-curs
in New Mexico Property
and Crashing' Tunnel Outs Off
Chance for Escape; Bolicvcd
Many Mu3t'Havc Perished.
DAWSON, New Mexico, October 23.
(By Atsociatsd Press Cable) Without
warning, lato yestcrslay afternoon,
au explosion in Tunnel No. Two of tho
Stag Canyon Fuel Company, toro out
the timbers supporting tho exits from
tl o mine and two hundred and eighty
miners are entombed in tho
How many are dead will not bo known
until tho rcscuo party, proceeding
through tho debris, reaches tho chambers
in tho mine!
That many aro dead, is admitted oven
by the miuo managers tonight and
many claim that tho accident will prove
to havo exceeded in horror that of tho
soft coal ininc3 explosion at uallup.
New Mexico, a dozen years or more ago.
With tho exception of tho timekeepers
and checkers nearly all tlose
tn tho mine were Polos or Slave.
Their' families tonight aro gathered
around tho mouth of tho tunnel weeping
and urging the rescue parties to Greater
effort in reaching their loved ones. -Tho
scenes are pitiful.
Tlojninc managers aro at a loss to,
account for tho explosion. Tho rigid
mino intpection lawB now in force in
Now Mexico would indicate that tlic
company had complied with the regulations,
hut oven this cannot bo determined
until the mine is opened and a
thorough, investiga,tion mads,
Failure of Credit Bank Demoralizes
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BOMBAY, Judia, October 22. (Special
to The Advcrlisor) Thp Bombay
Stoeic Hxchangu closed today because
nf the demoralized conditions in India,
as a result of tho failure of the Credit
Bank of India oil Octohcr,.!.
Huns wero made tm several banks on
Saturday. Tho fact that all demands
wcjo juet served to restoro confidenco
snmewhut. There 'wero no signs ot
panic in tip? stock market, A largo
business was done, but conditions have
since. Ixicoiue worse.
It is alleged - trTflt thn'nffairs of tho
Credit Bank aro very lunch involved;
that tho bank ndyunccil 100,000, nud
that advances were inado on its own
shares in somo cases as colkttcrrtl security
ior the shares of various joint
stock companies on which tho bank advanced
money. The bank has a subscribed
capital of fifty lacs of rupees
and a paid-up capital of ten J.ics.
Tho high court has appointed n provisional
liquidator, ponding a hearing
on November 1 on tho petition of a
creditor for tho winding up of tho business.
WOULD HAVE RUSSIA .
(By l'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WABIUNHTOX, October 22.
to The Advertiser) Senator Law is
of Illinois today in tho senate introduced
a resolution calling on Iho government
of the United States to usn
its good ollices witli Iho govcrnmpiit of
Itnssia to get that country to withdraw
the "unjust ritual murder
chargo" against Beiliss on trial in.
for tho "murder of a Chriitian boy.
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FIJAXCISCQ, -October 22.
(Special to The Advertiser) Miss Nettie
.Stone, tho Alameda girl who un
intentionally uiado 11 trip to Honolulu
Inking a steamer she belioyed wii3
hound from Victoria to Sni) Francisco,
returned hero 011 tlio Matson liner
The young lady was nono tho worse
fpr her unusual experience. On tho
other hand, slc savs sho'h;id the tiuc
of her life.
"X cannot say, too much for tho people
of Honolulu ami tho olliccrsiof tliu
Ilonoltilau," said Miss Stone. "They
wero very pood tn me iu tlio Islands
and tho whole ntTair has' turned out an
(By l'ederal AWreicss Telegraph.)
JvOIirOIiK, Virginia, Oitober 22.
(Sneclal tp Tho Advertiser) Bvery
ship iu the Atlantic tleet, except tho
llireij now in 'Mexican waters, is now at
Hampton Bonds propnriug for tliu
cruise to the Mediterranean Ken, which
begins October 2.5. Ammunition worth
30(1,110(1 will be distributed unions tho
ships of tho fleet.
Commissioner Juntos WakvfleM, of the
harbor coiiimUdnii, spoke nt (ho Ad
Club luncheon yotterday, on (ho liarhqr
aud wharf fanilillen of the port of Honolulu,
11 n well as thonv at terrilurlul
lundliijis, Jilid told nf tho work being
carried nn liy Hid eoiiuiiUilaii, He
mik at leuilth ou m iivritluu (if Hie
ilulK and ullier r (m,, cIjIiiiIiil;
llini Ilia rhariu far hvU of tho Ton
jro ilarti ami lMjiolia ru lire rtmllt
law, and Ibal the irtnl Unl rala ul
Uly dulliii. ih Way, la ho Uruu
Wb down fii, uUtwUgk uwrk.
liar lhi. ,in ih, ,iii(r VfajMk, IN
mi. 11. ,,,.,,,.., irTl4ia
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l ' 1 .1.I1 1 1 ,1. 1,1 will L utatU
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