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VO!. VI., KO. 172 HONOLULU, HAWAII ll.KKII'OUY, 4, ivi.1 KHKLY. WIIOLIi NUMHIiR 3858
UNITED STATES SENDS ULTIMATUM TO HUERTA; MUST
ABDICATE AT ONCE; REFUSAL MEANS WAR WITH MEXICO
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS CABLE.)
CITY PF MEXICO, November 4. Huerta must give up the reins of government, step down as the dictator of Mexico and see to it that none of his
partisans is selected as his successor. Ther.e is to be no dallying; this must be done immediately, and in no uncertain terms ihe ultimatum, containing this command
from the United States; was delivered to rluerta, direct from Washington last night. Coming so close as it did on the warlike demonstration of the Ameri-can
cruiser Tacorha in the haibor at Vera Ctuz yesterday it was expected that Washington had finally decided upon drastic action and the ultimatum was hot entirely
Refusal to obey the ultimatum, means invasion by United States fences and" whether Huerla will stand by his oft-made claim that he will brook no interference
in the affairs of Mexico "by outside nations will be definitely known within twenty-four hours. Yesterday afternoon many Americans who have remained,
here believing that a crisis would be averted prepared to Jeave. Charge d' Affaires O'Shaughnessy last night had the ultimatum from the United States conveyed
to President Huerta at .the National Palace. The message it is believed will be transmitted to the chamber of deputies tomorrow. That body is controlled by
Huerta. Charge d' Affaires O'Shaughnessy was in consultation with' diplomatic represenlatives of other nations here during yesterday afternoon and remained at
his post until late hour last a night. In the event of Huerta's refusal to abdicate, which is looked upon as probable, O'Shaughnessy will be handed his passport.
First Warlike Move Made by
American Cruiser Tacoma
in Harbor at Vera Cruz.
(By Federal Wirclcs3 Telegraph)
VERA CRUZ. Msxico, November 3. (Special to The Advertiser)
The United States Cruiser Tacoma took a commanding position in
the harbor to'day and the Mexican officials have been wildly excited
cs a result. The Tacoma now lies two hundred feet from, th3 wharf
and is in a position to shell the city if orders for such action are given.
An explanation of the Tacoma's action has been demanded by,
the port officials. The Tacoma has laid outside the harbor. On its
way in today the propeller fouled with a submerged cable near the
entrance tp the harbor.
When tho, cable was cleared away 'tliji vessel swung around In
front ot thaMexfcari cruiser Vera Cruz and took up a position bo
tween that vessel and tho shore.
UNITED STATES ON WAR FOOTING READY TO PUT
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND SOLDIERS IN THE FIELD
(By Tederal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, November 3. (Special to The Advertiser)
The United States today, after six months of secret work, is read
for immediate war at a moment's notice and can ai'm and lequyi
500,000 men for battle with any first-class power. This is the first
tiJte ill hJEtciy thrt this ccv.r.try has evor been on a war footing.
This condition is due largely to the untiring efforts of Lieutenant
Colonel J. T. Thompson of the ordnance department, who has been
laboring for more than half a year to bring about this condition,
under the direction of Brigadier General William Crozier, chief of
the department. Colonel Thompson's plans call for increasing the
regular army to the maximum limit, mustering into service the entire
militia throughout the United States, and raising the remainder of
the army of 509,000 men from the rank and file of citizens.
WAR DEPARTWIERIT TO PLIICE THREE COAST ARTILLERY
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, November 3. (Special to The Advertiser)
The war department, in the near future, will issue orders assigning
brigadier generals to the command of three Coast Artillery districts
und Brigadier Generals Ramsey D. Pott3, John P. Wiser and Charles
J. Bailey will be selected.
j This change, it wan rsportsd by General Funston last night.
'would not affefit tho pres:nt command of the Coast Artillery forces-
of Oahu, comprising a separate division. The three districts into
which tho Coast Artillery forces of the United States are divided,
outside of this Territory, comprise tho North Atlantic district, tho
South Atlantic district and tho Pacific district.
GENERAL FUNSTON SAYS UNITED STATES IS WELL IDLE
TO RAISE ARMY OF RALF MILLION; 10010 READY
"Your ndvicco from Washington tonight indicate that tlio govern,
incut is well prepared to arm five hundred thousand men for war,"
suid aencrol Funston, in command of tho Hawaiian Department,
"The newc doi ljot mean that that many men are now undr arms;
dimply Unit guns and supplies for an army of that size are in rctidl.
ness,, Tliu Unftrd Btiitcs probably could placo one hundred thousand
tinned and drilled soldiers into tlio Hold at once. Three months would
probably bo noccsimry to tube tho munbor up to a half million, It
would Mint length of time to drill tlio citizens who would be
culled upon to hear unua."
Actors in War Drama in Mexico.
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The top photop'upli shows tliu Mexican House of Deputies, wlitse lecciitly fleeted lluorta incmbcis
nre expected to proclaim his title to the Presidency. The portraits are of Felix Dinx, now n fugitive;
Huerta nnd Gumboil, who has announced his satisfaction (') with the result of the election.
OF ERNEST AUGUST
(Uy lY'ilerftl Wireless Telegraph.)
HliUNSWacK, (lermany, November
3. (Spetlnl to Tim The
"eeromoiileti uttenillii the triumphal entry
of Kruejit 'AuKimt, Uukn of llrmis
wleh, koii in-law of the Kaiser, wero
mark I'd tmlny by .Sodulbt rloto In
which many wero hurt.
While tho )ouui; Duke vko Iwnilnt;
a ilerrce nintlu ninni'sty in
tlon of his -to utiuu to the thromi of
the (Irutiii tltiehy, nuliuil hoeiullslii
enlleil u mass meeting of their follutt
ers'outkiilii the entitle,
I'lery Bpeechim led to a lwitllu lom
uiikt rutiuu unit n lljjht folo)iil, Hi
liters uiii puliie iharol the riolers util
Iruv it them away,
It U lii.lieto.1 I hat timiils iiim'linr
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iii pun nrr nii'tiniir rnu
Tim CuiiailiUM Aiutrsllun
a turn, m, ortcl lulu Kti'iidu last ahn
tlnit ii Huiiiii lint r.umi poil )iit 'Mir
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AT GOVERNMENT BALL
flly IVderal Wirelcas Telegraph.)
I'AltIS, November's. (R petal tJ
Tho rAillcrtwr) The h (piotion Inn
nrisen whether or rot IJui tnujjo Is to
le ixiHiilcil from the ilnucu program
of the ball.
The proiiiloiitH of tlio two etjtimlon,
nheu iiiettieuel on tills "p"'11'. mlil
the preftirreil to wait for tho Iniil of
th I'lipPUm of tho Jtepjlille. If the
taiio is perieitteil lit the I'ljseJ, liei'
ii, there can otijeatlon to It
it is iiiulerstoid Hint I'reslilent I'nl'i
Hue has an hi Unit he etu no nbjeitio'i
lit tin- Ibiiuh IhIiik lUiu'i'il at Hie elll
ilal lull if no uiiileslrntile o'jte.ilrl inen
EDISON ANBWF.RB PI.EAi
GIVEO UP NIGHT WOIIK
(II; l'.rnl Wire!? Xla7ali )
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lu Tliv Ajruiliur)' Thrttw.
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a inoittfiiu nil i .ii., i,
SELF-COLORED TIES ONE
FASHION FEATURE SEEN
AT THE AUTEUIL RACES
(Hy federal Wireless Telegraph.)
1'AKIS, November 3. (Special to
'I he Ailvirtlser) The (all st)les, ut dis
played ut, tlie,Autcuil rates to lay, hayo
llxtlnct uiaKculliiu The hats
urn of 1 lack velvet, inodelod on tho
line of a iiiini's lop hat and distinguished
by a Klnulf fe.ither rUInt; two
iiiclies al nve the crown. 8lc collars
of the (lliiil.tone type, slightly stlircnivl
Mnl in position by e old in,
were seru worn with tuilored suits.
'Ilieie uere alio sJf inlortul lies worn
with stand up wliiKud
ON OUP OHALLENGER
(llv I'tdlernl W'UeleM Ttlegrapli,)
fKMI'OHT, l"i.ub"'d. Novmiiber S,
tHpwiBl to 'I lit Advertiser) Aun
vin ou im uuilruitiuu nr tiie Hlntiii
ibik IV, with wale h Hir TLnnwi. I.lit.
kw will siluiaui Is lilt Aim' isu's ((in.
wm ueiua iwijiv iiiMjar in rijiua
nirUm nl ttm yU't il!
Whirlwind Finish Marks Closoof
Mayoralty Campaign in Gotham
; Fusion "Candidate Rules
three to One 'in Betting Over
Democratic Rival: Sulzar If
Confident. ,i As i ..
(Uy Tclorrtl Wirelcni, Tclc)rnli.)
XKW YOUK, Novcmlinr 3. (Hl
tp Tim Atherliscr) TJm miiyorilty
("iirtiiiluu 1j lid it whltlrtlnil flutxh l)
-M it ii v mpcllin.', wnrn lii'lib Tliii is
tlio flritJim tliu Ij;ht Ii.ia ivr lioeii
run in) an no uiit'ratleully ii to tlio
Tho hotting today .lolm Puroy
.Mltclicl, runloii runilliluU', a tliri'o to
oim fmorlte out .IiiiIj; IVIwanl .Ms-Cull,
Dcinorrntlo staiularil licariT.
pri'illctpil lil cloctloli to tliu
let Iiiih a
PLAYLET FOR GABY
(Hy Tcloral Wlrelcm Tulfraiili.)
LONDON, Notombcr y. (Sjw.
clnl to The AilvertUer) Hnby
DchWb may utipcnr In New Yor
uuuy sayn tho
shortly In a playlet written by a
beautiful moral leimou r
and that slio will not it on Sun-
day evenings when sho Is not
permitted to duueo.
KAISER W1LHELM BUYS
(lly federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HintMN, November 3. (Special to
Tho is reported ho'ro
that $2,500,000 has been paid to to,
tain a newspaper mouthpiece for tho
Kaiser's use. The money was paid to
the August Hclicrl Newspaper Company,
owners of Ihe lerl,u Iokal Atireigcr in
return for a pledge to keep the paper
constantly at the government's disposal.
This Influential journal vvns In dan
ger of falling Into the hands of
Mossn, owner of tho llerllner Tare
hlutt, wMih woidl leavu tlio Imperial
I'arty without niilmportant newspaper.
lllv Inderal Wireless Telegraph.)
WAHIIlNdTON, November !i (rt
olol In The Adveitltur) 'l'.,t I'nwdelit
Is lnlaiiHily litturrstixl lit (lis outrouiv
of tint fltifllnns n .SVvv Vork mill N'W
iltrwy He will uo In Prlieau l
vnin for .lititiu rld'liT, Ilii.ntaratU'
(umltthls fur flovenwr,
Furncss Liner Manchester, on
Way to England, Strikes Berg?
Off Newfpundland; Number oil
' Vessels Hastening to Relief ofl
Poundsrin Ship Tying to
(lly IVderal Wirrlesi TclofrapU.)
MONTIMJAK, (Juolee, November 3.
(flpeclnl to The Advirllser) As a result
of u ultisloii with an icoberp; Saturday
moruIiicHhe J'limess line steamer
.Muneliesfer, vyhleli nailed from here Friday
for JbuJ.ind, l floundering its way
fo Ht. doltiis, Now J'oundlnnd.
A Aenro of eiHels aro h.istetiins; to
Win lest distress tdmils sent out
when the struck indicated tho
bunt is In a bad way.
Later uihlcen, however, say It U etUI
DIVORCES WIFE WHO
ELDPED WITH AFFINITY
(Hy Tederal Wireless Telegraph.)
l.UNDON. Novomlier 3. (Special to
The Advertiser) A divorce todly was
urantod to Cecil Henry Ilnmes on statutory
grounds from Kmily 1'lizii Haines,
to wlioui lio vvns mnrrleil In Pittsburgh
It ".is stated at tlio divorce hearings
that Mrs. Humes eloped to California
with Normal McCatclicon, a
whom shn met in England, and
that they through u marriage
BALFOUR FIGHTS HOME
(Hy IVderal Wireless Tclegrapli.)
. JQNDON, Novenrlter 3. (Sinnilal to
The Advertiser) Another week of exceptional
ilileiest in Irijli politics has
lit'iiii. ji nut ue iiutrKeti uy sevttrai
speedies of I in porta lieu and will cloo
witn Hie iieaiilug election,
1.11 erals both there and nt the party
heuibitiirters in London betray tho
nnxlely its to the result.
'J Ills eviuiitg Arthur .1. Ililfour
oiiviii'd the Suittifli cuinpaign against
llnme Uitle ut Aberdeeit,
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(l IVJerul Wireless Telegraph,)
fyiMXi.S, Kuveuiher t9
Tie Aih. rtiser) Unn nf the mott
rluiis art resulting from thn threat of
tttlrairelti - lu dtssiiny all railway ta
l luns Ih i ilaud, iMWirred at Htesttstu
Hills i it uf IjiiiiIou today. Heavy
dsuiatfr u , Uim il ileltrls whlrli fell
uimih " k liJ Mil tji Irs We somi
llW v. .n - liUllllHKs weiu threat!
iMiti it iruellyii,