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MEN 1ST PIS
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Offlcurs Admit That Summons Is
Expected Momentarily Nation-al
Guard and Volunteers May
Be Called Upon to Fill Up a
Skeleton Brigade to Add to
(By Tcdcral Wireless Telegraph )
5. (Special to The Advertiser)
That General Murray
will personally take the field
and command the two brigades
of about 2500 men each at the
Presidio if war is declared and
that there will be no time lost
in transporting the troops owing
to the readiness of this
was announced at the
Army headquarters this afternoon.
There are two complete brigades
of mobile troops here and
ono skeleton brigade which
would have to be filled with
cither rcgvlars from another
regiment or national guard or
volunteers, according to the adjutant
The ofllceis denied having
yet received their orders to
move but several men in authority
at the fort admitted that
they expected them momentarily.
HUEflTA FALTERS, BUT IS
TO FIGHT HI
(Hy I'ulM.il.Wirclrn Telcgrnph)
UlTV OF AinXK'O, November
(5. (Speuinl to The Ailvoilisoi)
All prominent newspupuis printeil
in lieles todii deii.MiiK tli.it Mexico
anil llie I'mtid Stnti's me on
the point of i olus.li , sonif of Ihuhe
at tides li.itl tin- nppr;inmee of
being iuti)iipd They e.uricd mi
inteiviuw with Suiet.uy Hiynn m
which ho hind no til 1 1 mat tun bail
been bent heie l'mm Washington.
In hpile of tin pulilisheil
the ostieiiie m l itiiisuess of
tho situation is .ipi,ilent. Fliilll
a 80111 IU III UIMllt slllMH'd
tieity it was It .inn il th.it Ilncrt.i
finally hns come to u,ilii that he
is nt the puiting ol the ways and
must abdicate, or face intervention.
lluofta is In ms: counselled to
gie way to palmitic instiiicls anil
ie.sini but (he "fiiee.itcis" iimont:
tho ainiy officers are plnyini: upon
his pride to stand linn ami fight.
(Ily 4'eilcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November .;.
to Tho AiHirtiicr) Secretary of
tho Nnvy Daniels toda) ordered the
scout criiitor hikter, now in tho Phil
adelpluu nnv) )ard. tu prut ceil to Vera
C rur, Mexico, an suun ns possible. The
Chester will siil pmbibU tomorrow for
Vera Cruz, where it will aid the gun
boat Wheeling in taking off refugees
und any other per-un who desire to
leave Mexico Tho larger warships nan
there tiro unable to ipproucli within
three miles of the shore bciauso of tlicir
(II) Federal Wuclcs Telegraph.)
EAOLI3 1'AS.s, 'Inns, Not ember 5.
(Special to The
thousand federal troops aro beatcijsltif;
Torreon in un attunpt to starve out the
rcbol gnrriaon, m cording to report received
hero todav It km wild the
heavy iirtillvrj of the IVderajh had
been trnlued on tli it Hud would bo
likO'l If the ichela reited.
PA II lb, Noicinbu ', (Aaaoalated
Preaa I'Hble to llullatlu) -A lit w
plane h lent to the tltuttlen May
when, through i . mha.s.v hre, tli
MenleHa gowrHimiil iiifurwilly mImmI
If I'riiuee in dipo, , to iatrvtM in
iiku tin' I'iiiik'I Mm,. kIiouU wry est
ll irWMtl that Ilia riu tiu down
liHiiie ii win nor i i u partUin at Ida
'Ilin lH'uii k ,iui Tiiinf u
raunJ WlliliKl ' iviyf,
way ir Hii.w
i Ijiuilicrlaii 1 vumhI' t k
'nit In Iki
l.l M)Ml uiuaii
an II Uattt H tt , . .i.i Ihr
Ulll lIVII dlMM i I ' I1I1 "Mil I'WlTl
mil, i'ui tb i ili Ii tli 11 IliuavH
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HAWATfMi ciAZUITU, MUDAY. NOVMIW k 7. V.
niimiiTii innn I lilnw o
HUT Wl I H ailUU JHT IRUIUIb
mm iuiTiHP Mm IN m M
r m wmitM mu b c iniiiiiaiiirn i
I LI I LI ilMliflS r iltSfl '
wm I a? I1U U fill 0 I 0 I a9 a - I
THE THE FIELD'
o - -I
Officer with five tbouin I men at Pre
ndio who awaits orders to start fur
RED WITH BLOOD
Yuan Spares Nono in
Effort to Wipe Out Those Who
Would Destroy Him.
(It Iediii.il Wlrclesi Tclegriipli)
I i;KIN(i, Noeniber fi (Spvi ml to
'Iho AiUertisei) Thin i rtv is under
lniirtuil law nml (lib Htriets nre run
iiiiij; red with tho blood of atntcniiicii,
nobli nnd in, unl, inns Jio nru beinK
put to death hnurl nceilsed b Yuan
Miili Km of partaipatiiiK in n plot to
nsMiissinuto him. Tho exuutions of
the rebels nre committed on tho Htrteti
as tho foldicrs of mill ferret them out.
Station lomiN fqr iiotliliij; nnd tho
humbler populace slirxer m tear ni they
M'o fniiioiiH men shot und tit down in
tho public 'uarcH and tliorouKhfares.
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RECRUITS ON SHERMAN
BEING' BROUGHT TO OAHU
(11 Veder.'il Wireless Tclesrnph )
HAN J.T!.C IS( O, NoUinbir S.
(.Special to 'lhe Aihcrtmer) Tho
I'niled bt iln Auu, truispnrt hliermiiu
Hilled for Mnml.i tndii), m.i Hoiiululii
nnd (num. Il uirrien tlm Mnetv iiintli
Onii.iii of lhe I'oant Artilliu Cotps
and 7"l) leeruiti Ono liuiiilred and
ninet lie. of tin) latter are distined for
Honolulu, the lnnmritv li,iinr lr Mrt.
PRINCE LUDWIG CROWNED
KING OF BAVARIA.
(U IVderal Wireh ss Telegraph)
SH'MCir, Ceriiinm, November S.
(Speunl to The Advertiser) Priuee
Iaidwig, former ttegmt of llinarrn win
ernmicd King of Ilinrin todnj follow
tho dethlnlietnetit ni lv,n,v mi..
who has been insane for forty jenrs.
JACK LONDON A JURYMAN
(Hi IVderal Wireless Teleynipli )
SAN'TV 1!US, ( nlifornli, .NoMinber
(Suet inl tn I In, A,U.ri:,rv 'I !,,
imino of Jack Iondon, the will Known
author and noielibt, was drawn in 11
venire ol grand jurjmeu here jester
dn. He will -it with the new impiis!
tonal body, which will tnko ollico after
the first of the vear.
VHXK K, 1 iilifnrni'i, Xovembcr fi.
(H.v Press Cubic) Iloxing
is at an end to far as this place is
concerned and the immense 1110,000
area i here 111 which many of the Idg
urizn fights of Smith, n. 1 'ititrnr.., . 1......
been held, mufct be elimed or dismantled
This i.as detirmiued today nt a
election, liotlv contettixl, when tho
voters iicuiied to prolnbit not nnh
ishibtlifiiis. 1ml !,. iti,it.t..,f
of training ipmrters within the limits
of Veniie. The moHHire putting n stop
10 nosing lamed n.v 11 mnjoritN of
bevonty fle otea
(Itv l'ederal Wireless Toleginpli)
I'llll,A!)i:i.l'iII, November fl
(8eehtl to The Advertiaer) "Thu ill
vine courtship'1 of lira. Marion C.
Arnett the l'liilttdvlplilH vililim who
wan ruportoil to lme accepted 11 pro
Mitl of marriage over the long distance
telephone from n iikii alio inid
ha had never necu, HiruHtena to
Mra. Arnett is ao Hilary l.eiauw J)r.
rrmiela W. Ilarllcy, her Inteuded
Hiu, Iih ii'veale.l tbr detail u( their
KMll and telephone talk that ajie
tlilMlaut tu break on" (U eMgagtuieut,
i (Ily KaAeral WirM Telegraph)
PlIIUDII.I'IIU. Noi.mlr A
(Hm. inl to Tl Advartiaar)
ll ft lhe moal reaaaribUi e
W H In tin viul aiHtiilkra of li.il
t4(lu)ii liu Urn uiaU awaMai)
Ihrougfei Hi, birth wt trililru Ii
rllta, nbutUii. Ilolwaa. TWie ai
I "Mug fiMir Mini
lliii 1 ni 1 1 ,1 I fit, ai .1
vile halt wu, 1. ami ilir birttw aa
liii.l urn e iviwl wl tM an4
nai ball da
Member of Liyit Legislature from
Hawaii Is Bronzht Into Graft
Scandal nt'Hilo Investigators
Bring Two Counts Against Him
Report Teems With Criticism
and Moie Developments Are
IUI.O, Nov'ember 1. (8jc
cial to -The Advcrtifer) Hcprescnta
live !Norinun K. Ismail, one ol tho four
mc'iilicis of thu lioii'o of rerresciitu
tivca who represented Kast Ilnwuii in
tho liiht csio of tho legislature, wan
this nlluriioon indicted by tho grand
jury on 11 diargc of fulsaly tertifjlng
to 11 certain I'unn road contract. This
vns ono of two Indictments reportod
by tho grand jury nt two o'cloc'K this
iiltcrlioou. H did not come as n hur
pri'e tor there had been rumors of the
likelihood of the legislative commls
sion being utile to involve Ionian in
tho Itig Island graft mesh.
The other indictment was ngainst W.
C. K. Ilrowu, tho clerk in tho sheriff's
ollice, who is accused of thb embezzle
ment of about ?1UU0, monevs ulleged
to have been received by lnm iih ball
in enscs bcloro the district court'.
The chnrges brought against filicriff
Samuel K. 1'im in connection with tho
prevalence of beriberi in tho 'Illlo jiil
tho grand jury iound groundless and
cleared th it olllclal from all blamo in
Tho grund jury scathingly denounced
the administration of the public affairs
of Hawaii County, calling attention to
tho geuural laxity in the conduct of the
business of the county and the general
carelessness of man) of tho ollicinls,
who lmo been making use
ol (otiut,v automobiles for private pur
also came in for still roasting
Jt is ulso reported thnt the grand
pirv will take up tho caso of William
Kui Hip, the cleric of .ludgo W S
Wiso's polue court in llilo, and tint a
scarihing investigation will follow
with tho likelihood that criminal piu
ciedingH will be instituted.
It is understood thnt Lai Hip resign
ed under tire, following words had with
his superior over the chnrge that the
records of tlm court uro in n muddled
condition und tint there are cerium
discrepancies 111 the accounts of tliu
court whiih luuo not been satisfactorily
PIONEER WOMAN IS
CALLED BY DEATH
Word was reiened in Honolulu: )ca
terdny of thu death nt Alakawcll,
K lulu 1, of Mrs Helen Sinelair Jtnlnn
,iiu, Known throughout the Territory
as "Mother" Kobinsoii. Death c lino
to tlie well Known kainaauia list Hun
ilav evening, following a hugcring sick
niss J'or uiiirlj half a century Jlrs.
rIAMAKUA DROUGHT BROKEN
Wireless messages from Hawaii Btate
that !(m inches of rain fell Saturd.i
and Sunday between Waiincn und Ho
nokiia Thero ivere light bliowcrs at
Waline.i Milage but none at all at
The llmnukiia drougJit is inu.
Irrigation ditches nre running, tanks
nnd are full, and canellolds
and pibturca are beginning to inako up
for lost time.
FLEET'S CRUISE A
LESSON TO WORLD
WASIIINfiTON, October 22. Unua.
mil interest is manifest in ollicial cir
1 les in plans for tho departure from
Hninpton Itondi on Sutiirdio' of two divisions
of the Atlantic fleet for n eruiso
to the Meditorrancnn. This is to bo
n courtesy cruise, but it is being pointed
out hero thnt incidentally it will
direct the attention of tho woild to
two important fncts; that American
battleships in actual service aro prepared
to hold their own ngainst nnv
navy allout except that of (Iroat llri
tain, and that because of its geograplil
en! advantages, the United State can
dispatch its dreadnoughts 300(1 miles
from home shores without uneasiness.
(Trout Thiirsd.iv Advertiser.)
Although the name for the new In
floating dock has not vet
been otllcially selected, the fctructurc
will be christened on Tuesday next and
given a practical Irnl, The steamship
Mnunu Ken, flagship of the Inter-Island
fleet, will be given tho honor of
introduf lug tho new friend to shipping
to the Teal' of tho waterfront.
The drjdnck has been finished for
koine da,a and bus been critically
bj A". T. I)oiiiiotl), the design
er, nml it now llonta in Its water eradle
rendy for business. On Tuesday, nfter
the bottle of wine hna been spilled over
the red pnlut superstructure und after
the inline has been girouoimccd, the
huge tanks will be filled with witter
nml the juncture Immersed, In rise
later with the .Mniinii Ken high and dr)
on the 1 hocks.
Invitations to the olllclal christening
iiinl llrat tet will be laatird by tho com-pun
-.-.. ,, ,.
(I'fom 'n.iirniluy Adveitiaar.)
The erulaur AlUiny ilwiarnl
niftining for Han rranrlaeu nt Ian
uMuik, tlng at Ua uiaathead llip
liatMWMrtl buimd wiiMaiil mar ihmmi
In tlua hwI. Tula nMHHal win raaayilly
wurabwwl ly Ja' mewUara uf tlm At
Ihiiiv ' 1 (aw, who luuWd tagutlMr lA
drfrai Iko aminavan uf kavluir u imu
imui Migiin 1 Up 1 wimbl iwi Mjiytlilug: (it
Iba 'Kade glMji tliaaa llua tlni t
U.a aasu ID IP nritt Tu UrilMAJal
ii 4M fmi Iimu tnaj tk ilHNMMAl U
in mi I'nii Mil
'Un iruiarr baa oiiln. u iiaiiw, n
Man I'ratiiiatu, Wtiiri 11 ia ikMaghl lh'
ri ,iin lerciiu ui un u aMU luf
Miti ab pmla
TriaLin Russia '
Ncariniian End 1
o - - o
On (rial in Kiev on tho chnrge of kill
ing n Christian boy to 110 his blood
in ritual and against whoso indictment
und trial, now Hearing cud, protest
has been rude 111 "various cities
of the United states.
- (fly I'odcrnl frv1e8 Telegraph.)
KIIJV, li'ussia, v'ov ember ii. V
(Spain! to The .Advertiser) Tho
MininiMig up was begun toduy in
tho "ritual 1iiurdiir"tjjnl, now
s1 rawing final singes. TJio
H suinuiiiig up will last until lriilny
X' ufieriiooui f
& Under tho Hiunian liw, if the,
fa jury is c'P'ally divided, mx for t
if conviition und ti for acquittal,
the iloleudaiit gits the benefit of
the doubt. I
H -I: -e jr . -!! V
I V - "...
, AMUNDSEN LECTURING
(l!y IVderal Wireless Telegraph.)
COl'nNllAOIJX, Kovemlier ii.
(tpicial to The Adv'erlis,cr) Tho pro
hihitlnn bv tho l'mcsiin nutliorltles of
1 lecture bv Captiiiii, AniuniKcii at
niciiilmrg hchleiswig uaH caused gen
cr.il indigiuitinn in Dcuiii'irk nnd Nor
wnv. Jt is regarded as tho nioro surprising
becaii'e Captain Amundscti is
on frieidlv terms ivith thu Kaiser.
TO GERMANY RESIGNS
(Ily l'ederal WIiolcss Telegraph)
BIHtldN, Nov ember, Ii. (Special, to
The Advertiser) H. Cambou, Trench
nmb ifsndor to Ocnnnny, one of tho
foremost diplomats of lairope, tendered
his resignation to Ins homo government,
today, to take effect at tho end of Do
ENDOWS A FUND TO
TEACH BOYS PATRIOTISM
(Ily J'eiliral Wireless Telegraph)
liONDON November 5. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Sir 1'obert Iaicns
Tootfy, a pronuneu) phlbntltropist, Ins
presente'd I'liute .Alexander of Teck
2"i0)0i)0 with which to found 11 fund
to be called the "Lucas Tooth llovs'
trniniot; I'lind," to Inspiro them with
a spirit of patriotism mid lowilty, nod
tn encournge them to fit theuiselvc for
the service of their louutr).
tlly I'ediral Wlreleaa Tidegrnph.)
I.Of AM. I LI)H, Novomber 5.
to Tho XdvertiaerJDUtriet Atlor
uoy .lolin i rrwleilrka has practically
admitted Unit Ortlo MrMriiiigHl, who
turuesl btnte a evidence, during tho
trlala of the cNniiinrn biofhara for
dvnilinltliiir the I an Augetna Tlmfta
biillillii, ha been given hla libiifty mid
is now elu Hug la l iiiiowi
Jl.ilnuigul wia taken from the
aanuly jail Mondiu' uud yealerday hit
lutkaa follow .-il Kltu.
(Uy IV.I.iul WliaWaa Talanraph 1
WAHIIIMITOK, Kuvliar .-
(aii. la I to Taw Advartlaur) -
Twti'i'ti p'''iHa will 'uniprlaa th
$ lUNtiUai !"" hi Itui niMflaa uf
iTiat Jle Kuuitruw Wilaui, Ilia
i- iblMMiik Whil IIoumi lMt4, to if 1
natal II ri' wit Hu'eutUar V I
U Ida I'.i-i lUifi'ii ot 1 in LaavrMtlvi 4 1
laauaiou, hi linn 10 a Vskiie
lUiiatf Minn umamaiil 4l
. nmn o
UHN It MKt
iiniim 1 1 mnTnnn" 1 1 1 I 1
Dailng Filipino Caught With
Loot, Blips by Officers, Knocks
Light from Uie Hanita of One
of His Guards and Makes Es-
cape in Darkness After Locking
Dotcctivcs in Tenement
(I'rom Thursday Advertiser)
Th" night patrol from tho detective
department uncovered one caclio of
stolen goods early Jcstcrday morning;
n d T.uglit the I'lliplno who lmd
tlicm, but, througli a clover ruse,
the thief is still abroad in the land,
with several detectlvci camping on Ids
'1 lie patrol caught the Filipino In his
room, and on searching the room found :
a quantity of clothes nml watchin n
swonng a description on file nt the
police Dtntion. Detectives Swift mid
Apani. commenced to search the room,
wliile the prisoner was placed in charge
of nn informer in tho hall.
While the se'irch was going on the
l'lllpino managed to slii the catch on
the door Horn tho outside, nnd a moment
Inter Riiatchod the electric llash
lamp out of the Informer 'a hand and
made n dash for liberty. a
Tho olllceis inshlo found themselves
Iniprifoncd, anil before they could loin
their compphion in the chase the Filipino
liart all tho start he needed. His
eirly capture is expected.
Acting Sergeant of Detectives Swifi
is now comparing tho loot mth the
burglary reports on filo. and will innko
n report to tho deputy skorifi this morn-i"R-
PHER THE ISLAND,
BETTED TIE PEOPLE
"It is a striking thing," said 1'ro
fcs'or MacMilhn Hrov.11, when inter
viewed recent!) in Wellington, after
his return from a trip to tho Caroline
Islands, "that on poor level islands
the population is increasing, whilo 01
nch volcanic forest soil tho population
As a striking instance of how work
iniluencos the 1 opulition the professor
cited tho island of Ulcai. These pco
plo were n fine nice, with stalwart men
ami tine handsome women. About fivo
)cars ago 11 t)phoon swept tlicir islnnd,
whiih is low nnd fairly level, and the)
had been struggling sinco to recover
their position. In their villages, the
iliildrcn wero Humorous, whilo on tho
rich volcanic islands tho children were
notiieablo by thcli .absence. An
e of this was tho island of Yap,
whiih was far to tho west, upon which
the professor stn)ed a week. Tho population
there had fallen from 1(1,000
some )cnrs ago to 6000 at present. This
vvus duo not to starvation but to too
much food, too great luxury, nnd too
little work. Tho island was a cry
mli one, with -volcanic soil clothed
with forests. Tho aiinin thing was
iound 111 tho whole archipelago, nnd
over the Marshall Islands and 111 tho
(lilberts. On tho richer islands tlin population
was decreasing and on the low
enrol islands, thnt compelled their inhabitants
to work, tho population was
Greater Part of Empiro's Fighting
Squadron Assembled for
A Jnpancso fleet, consisting of nine
lutth ships, fonr bittlcslnp cruisers,
four first-clam cruisers, si second elm
1 misers and fivo coast defense ships, in
nddition to twenty eight dcstro)crs, is
now usseinblod at Yokohama, ready to
take pa't 111 Iho lnancuvers nnd review
which commences next Monday. ThoH
vessels in 41.1- ..- I- .. I.I..1. I- 1.. I
iirinnda, whicli is rendy
tu sail nt a moment's notice, ntc:
Knwachi . . , L'fl.SOO
Scten . 20.S00
hikishinui . 14,550
Asalu . 1 1,71m
Kntorl .... . 30,000
Hatsuma . . , . ltl,3.0
Kuiima ... . l.l.fiOO
Aki . I0.S00
H17CII .... . 12,700
Kurniaa 1 1,000
Ikoiiia ,. 1 1,000
Tokiwn . I 1 P.8S.1
Idiiiiuo . 0,8211
A so .... 7.S00
U Class Oruhera.
Tone , ,(I0
lit.OIast Coait Dofeiue Hhlpa.
aaiuunil . , 12.1171
3d Olaai Cnjit Dcfeiua flhlpa.'
Takaalilu . 3,T0;l
IVslilaa the above litaul) Huht
will rlici)iule In he iiiuihhi
Piu:s cunrn in ft jo h )Ayn,
HA7.0 OINTMKNT la imaranttrd
u tw tiny ma of i,ln,j, J,,
..wiinB r rruiriuiiiii rile 111 0 tu
V. 8, ( A- f. .
MAN WHO TAKES REINS
FROM BOSS MURPHY
. U-k. al
,dm "" 'Safer
SENATOR JAMES O'OORMAN
Looked upon as nevt Le ider of Democracy
111 New York State.
criticism 01 uovernor uruco on
Placard Attached to Swaying
(Ily Tcderal Wireless Telegraph.)
WUWOKA, Oklahoma, Xov ember C.
(Slecial to The Adv crtiscsr) John
C111I10, who shot, and
Shcnir John Dennis Inst Saturday, was
taken from tho j 11I today and lynched
by a mob of one hundred and htty men.
Attached to the negro's body was u
pi icard reading:
t'To tho memory of Lee Cruce "
This criticism of Governor C'nco is
tho result of his. action recently in pardoning
nnd commuting death sentences
df several murderers.
WAS SOLD FOR WOO
Although it had been commonly reported
that tho price paid by Mrs.
M. Allen to AY- It. Castlo for tho
valuable property hi Kona,1 Hawaii,
which chnngod hnnda'cTu Xehtinbe 1
hail tiecn about $'i0,000, tho correct
figuro is, however, only $30,000, as
shown by the deed which was oifercd
for recording purposes )esterday in the
ofiico of tho registrar of cono)ances.
Tho property is described 111 tho deed
cvecuted on Novembor 1 und recorded
)estenlay b) William It. Castle, and his
wife, Ida H. Castle, to Mrs. Hathshelia
M. Allen, widow, us what is known us
tho South Kona Itnuch in l'apu 1 and
I'npn 2, Hoopuloa, Houth, Kona, Island
of Hawaii and contains what was hero
toforo called the lluclilioltx Itanch and
certain properties vvhieh wero at ono
tiiiio owned b) W. C. Achi.
tracts of land are described
in tho deed, var)ing in area
from D300 acres to fourteen hundredths
of an acre. Tins propeit) was
based by W. It. Castlo from .7. H. Cas
tie as shown by u deed recorded on
Tnesdii), but which was dated October
J. 1000, nnd ncknovvledged by J. H. Castlo
and his wife, Julia White, Castle,
only tlm other diy. According to this
deed W. It. Castle paid J. 11. Castlo
J,2.',000 for tho .property which he in
turn sold to Mrs. Iinthslicba M. Allen
on Nov ember 1 for :K!0,000.
The stamp duty nnd recording fees
paid on tho rccordrng of these deods
amounted to 211, as follows: J. 11.
Castlo to W, It. Castle, stamps irS4 nnd
rceordiiig iocs $7, W.I! .Castlo to Mrs.
liathslrclia M. Allen, stalling U0 and
- ecordinc . fees 7
NEW VARIETY OF DAHLIA
NAMED FOR BURLESON
WASHINGTON', October 23. Tame,
today nod cloaked him when a new
nrlety of dahlia vvus produced and
named "The Iliirleson." W. II. Harvey,
a clerk hi the Postollicc nt Haiti-more,
was tho humble agent through
which tho Investituro was accomplished.
Hnrvcy dug nnd delved nnd produced
tho new bloom. .
"And it's a corker," bo said proudly.
"It 'a worthy of tho distinguished
naino jt bears."
subscribed to Hnre)'a views, for tho
"Ilurleson" dahlia rested proudly hi 11
vuo on the oilleial desk toduy.
MONEY FOR NOME
WAWIINilTO.V, October 21.
hna made available for the relief
of destltnto Alaskan natives nnd red
dents of Nome, the sum of f.lO.ODf)
which la the unexpended Inihiiicii of nn
appropriation made Augixt M, 1012 to
relieve ulVenng a 11 reaiilt of the
tolrunle eruptiuii 011 Kodluk Inland.
I.. ! 1
(II) IVdanil Wirtfla 'IVlagrnph)
AHlll'KV I'.MIK, New .laraev,
Novi'Hibcr 1 (rtjiiialal lu Tlm Ad
(lnlrliNH THiniHMa I'mIuu dr
eUtthl In favur uf iutM!v iinr
rlaisi, iui auttrsf HM4 llw ub
IlleriilUiii uf laa MM11I evil. u
' fi i Aibw IJH (if
I'liillaml, Ualkf, VII laalarttii
'MKv 4' 'r'f
Sweepiiin; Defeat of Tammany
Forces in New York Election
Believed to Have Resulted, in
Placing Togu of Democratic
Leadership in Empire State
Upon Senator O 'Gorman.
(Ily l'cdcril Wlrclcs Tele-graph.)
NHW YOItlv, November 5. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) po
I1tic.1l resulti are expected to coino
from jesterday'a election In New York
Predictions were made today that tho
Democratic organization In this Stnto
will be completely overhauled und that
Cha.les 1 Murphy will bo eliminated
as 11 political factor in tho future.
Tho toga of leadership Is expected to
fall upon tho shoulders of United States
Senator Juiiies O'floriiiin, whicli means
tho Wilson fnction of the Democratic,
party will assist in its dominancy.
Tho l.'cpubhcniis hnvo secured control
of tho assembly, which wilL givo tho
party absolute control of the next legislature.
This puts thu Hmpiro State In
the position of having n Democratic,
executive but n Itepublicnn legislative
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November C
to Tho Advertiser) Delighted by
Democratic victories in tho elections
jcjttrelny, tho President spent today
gin 11 g over tho details of tho returns
und sending telegrams of 'congratul 1
Hon to victorious Democrats in tho various
To D.iwd I. Walsh, elected Governor
of Massachusetts, he sent the folio.
"My heartiest congratulations; it
was n splendid victor), finely won."
(Hy rcdoral Wireless Telegraph.)
TKHNTON, New Jersey, November
.". (Special to The Advertiser) With
James i'lchler, Democrat, elected governor
of New Jersey by 11 plurality
today at lh,000, leaders of the
Now Democratic pirty whicli came into
power with Woodrow Wilson dcclnred
the result an uiiipinlified endorsement
of WlHou's administration.
Tho Democrats iclniniioiitrol of tho
ligialatmo with te't?ven'font'1if
votes in tho senate and from
0110 to tcs in tho assembly.
OFFICERS QUALIFY AS
- MILITARY AVIATORS
Interest in aviation in tho Army is
widespread, and the war doinrtinent is
appireirtlv giMiiK considerable attcn
(ion to this new branch of the service.
Thcie luis just been at headquarters
for the Haw iiian department
tho following orders from the war dc
Under tho piovisions pf section 3,
pnrnginph I, general orders No. 31, w ir
tlepirtnient, May 27, 1013, tho following
named officers are announced as having
quulifie'il ns military aviators oa tho
dates set after their 11 lines.
Second Lieut, (iirleton (I. Chapman,
Seventh Cavalry, Juno 2(1, 1011.
l'irst Lieut, l'rnnk I'. Lahni, Seventh
Cavnlry, Jiilv 10, J01.1.
Second Lieut. Herbert A. Dirguc,
Cmst Artillery Corps, July 10. 1013.
Second Lieut. Joseph 13. Caibcrry,
Sixth Infnntr), September 2.1, 1011.
Second Lieut. Walter It. Taliaferro,
Twenty-first Infantry, fecptcmbqr 21,
Army Orders. x
WASHINGTON, November 5 (Special
to Tho Advertiser)
Col. Walter Wright, Infantry, for
temporary duty iu tho Division of
Militia Affnirs, rcliovrng Col. Sam W.
Dunning, Infantry; Col. Robert D.
Rend, Second Cnvalry, to tho 1'iftcenth
Tho following change's In the I3n
gineer Corps have been ordered:
Cnpt. Jarvfs J. Haiii to Chattanooga,
Tennessee; Cnpt. Richard C. Moo"ro to
Yuncouver llarraeks, Washington; Tirst
Lieut. James A. O'Connor to Washing-ton,.
I). 0.; l'irst Lieut. Lewis II.
to Washington, I). C; Major Carl
It. Darnell, Medical Corns, to Philippine
Department; Col. Wllllum A. Se'liiink,
Cnvalry, placed on detached list; Col.
II. I). Gale, Cnvalry, removod from detached
Rear Admiral N, 11. Usher, to bo
of Nnvy Yards at Norfolk,
(lVom Thursda) Advertiser,)
After being runhed to tho Queen's
Ilncpltiil, Honohilii, from lllln,
MiikOa, Hr,, seventy live venrs of
nge und fulhor of ' II. Mosea and II.
T. Moea, of llllo, died jeaterday ut
the Imtpltul. Mr. Mosca wpa u niitlvu
of I'nteniiu, Sow .Iwae), und hna been
u resident of the laliunla for several
saurs Mr. Moma runiu to Callfortilii
In .laiiuai), lslW) nml pent moit of hit
A'thu life Ihsre.
HeilOaa Ilia widow, he Jravcs hrcn
wua, I wo 11 wIimiii wii wall him w 11 hi
Ilir I'lvaranl lit)', hlr. aim, I',
A Hum, .Ir , la h reaiiUllt l.f KnHMlk,
AIhiuu.Iu I'oual, Ciiliftiruk.
TIm dala fur iho Will lnu uul a
baait mi, but il (ell) tk W$ Un'
mh carl uf irnai Mk, Y 1J, Matfa
la w aurnulr 16 I In lalADJt fill I hi'
fi'it on aw uupM till mi Ittjn "li
hla filhrf tM MMtfil In lli liMllllal
II mil arm MitMay l tMi hi ilia