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VOL M.. NO 170 HONOLULU, HAII TKUR1TOKY, TfliSDAY, NOVKMUKK IS, 1913 WKliKLY. WHOLK NUMBIiR. 3862 "3
UNITED STATES SEVERS ALL
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS IN
MEXICO; BTI WILL FIGHT
Charge d'Affaircs O'Shaughnessy,
Persona Non Grata in City of
Mexico, Has Belongings Packed
and Is Ready to Leave the
Country, If Possible, At a Moment's
Probablo That American Representative's
Departure Will Be
Taken Without Official Notice;
One Thousand Five Hundred
Americans In Danger of Having
Means of Escape Cut Off.
CITY OF MEXICO, November
17. (Special to The Advertiser)
Huerta will fight it out to the
end. Negotiations with the United
States which aim to oust him
from office are at an end. In fact,
diplomatic relations have been
practically broken off.
This ominous statement was
made by an official of the Mexican
government today. In explaining
that part of his statement as to
breaking off of diplomatic reia
tions he said Charge d'Affaires
O'Shaughnessy can approach no
members of the cabinet ireciy.
When Envoy Lind left here only
Minister 'df the Interior Aldape
showed any cordiality to
It was through
Aldape 's efforts that negotiations
were renewed and now ,that Aldape
is forced out O'Shaughnessy
is in a peculiar position. Ho is
persona non grata to Huerta because
he is the official representative
of the United States.
Senor Moneno, minister of foreign
affairs, is a creature of Huerta.
O'Shaughnessy 's personal
nropcrty is all packed up and he
is ready to leave for Vera Cruz at
a moment's notice. II he does go
to the United States embassy of
flcials expect to leave within for
hours and it is probable
O'Shaughnessy 's departure -will
bo taken without any official notice
WASHINGTON, November 17.
(Special to The Advertiser)
One thousand live hundred Amer
icans in the City of .Mexico are in
danger of having their means of
escape cut oil", according to state
department advices received late
has informed Secretary
Uryan that Huerta has threatened
to" destroy railroad communication
between the City of Mexico
and Vera Cruz. O'Shaughnessy
was instructed to do what he can
to preserve tint railroad connections
intact for the use of such for
eigners as may wish to leave.
Huorta's threat nlnr included the
demolition of the telegwiph lines
leading out of the City of Mexico.
RINCON GALLARDO SHOT
DOWN BY ASSASSINS
(Hy FedxrHt WirxlMi TnlpgrnplO
CMTV 01' M i:HO, Noi'(imljr 17
(Special to Th Advrtir) Xw re
U buvii bvoi reexived hr jf th
uiwiklywUi)u of I'lron (Jullardti,
mm a tanw Uis 11, imustiMtr nf
wJlrui DIM. iMMWr uiiruo ww a
luUIluiHUMwIrd a4 owl a vtwt
HMful T l trial. lMlag met
mSif trnttMafi In ilw awn of (
MHUil, ll wait aitt 4mt i W
CAVALRY CALLED TO
AID IN PREVENTING
SANTA ri:. Nov Mexico, No-
vember -8. (Hy Associated Press
Coble) An appeal for United
State cm airy was mailo last night
to iii! in putting ilown armeil re- x
on the rart of fifteen
i ilrcil Navajo Indians, who are
fending eight members of their
tribo who are wanted by the. of-
fleers en clungcs1 of horse-stealing.
Ire Navajo, one of the
est ninl most prosperous" tribes in
the Uniteil States, havo been pre-
paring for resistance for the past
Week or more, while rofiislng stead-
tnstly to surrender tne alleged "i"
horsethicves to the authorities.
The sheriff and his posse deter-
nrned that the lawbreakers should
be token, but conditions have
reached such a stage that furttier
effort will, it is believed, result
in .darting hostilities with the red
men, who are well armed and ex-
pert riflemen. Pending the arrival
of troops both sides arc resting ou
TEXTILE PLANTS IN
LAWRENCE ARE A6AIN
TIED UP BY STRIKERS
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LAWItKXCH, Massachusetts, No
vcnibcr - 17. (Special to The Advertiser)'
All the big textile mills In thii
dislrfct, employing about thirty thousand
peuons, were tied up today by a
'triKo of three hundred firemen. The
uirri quit work this morning, demanding
eight hours a day. Thoy have been
working twelve hours.
WM TO COLLEGE
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph)
1T1IAI A, Xew Vork, No ember 17,
1 Special to Tho Advertiser) The sum
of H,3.'0,00U was uiven to Cornell Medical
College of New Vork last Friday,
according to an announcement today
hy President Schurmun.
The name of tho doiior was withheld,
.nit it is yeneutlly believed that he is
'olonel Oliver II. Payne of Xew Vork,
a ho has been a benefactor of the college
CARDINALS ENDORSE FIQHT
AGAINST WHITE PLAQUE
(Hy Fedeial Wireless Telegraph)
NKW VOHK, November 17. (Spec-1
1 to The Advertiser) Cardinals (lib-lions
and Farley h:ic indorsed thq
inoveinent lor the observance of the
National Tuberculosis Day. Tho National
Association for the Study and
Picventioii of Tuberculosis so announced
ORDERED TO SAN BLAS
illy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
t'lTV OF MKXH'O, Xovembcr 17.
(Fpecial to The Advertiser) Orders
were Issued today hy Admiral Paul
Nun Ilintzo, the German ambassador to
Mexico, lor tho Herman cruiser
burg now on the Pacific Coast to pro.
ceed at once to Sau Was, a seaport in
the State of Tenee for tho purpose of
protecting fugitives who are tlecing
lrourthe fttato because of threatened
losaults by the rebels.
SAYS HUERTA IS EITHER
ASSASSIN OR TRAITOR
(Hy Federal Wrele Telegraph,)
WASIIINdTON, November 17,
(HpMinl (A Tho AilvertUer) A
tu h public debate 011 the fair-11
om iiutl Hltllmlii of the Hulled ritstcn
tVMril Melo In the uijcct of mi ml-
vwllwMM'iU lnortU'l In a I on I mwt
ntiwr by Mnier ('t1u II, OilJftt'', n
Unterrifled," at Meeting Called
to Arrange for McCarn "Rccep.
tion, Unanimously Endorse
Pinkham for Governor; Mc-Candless,
Watson and Waller
Bury Axe and Smoke Pipe of
liy a unanimous. vote Inst ni lit t'x
Hawaii National Democratic L' ague
roniosed of substantial members of th
Democratic party sin Honolulu, vote
their enJorsementVof L. K. Pinkhnm fo
Governor, and instructed the secretnr
of the organization to at once win
President Wllsoiiviinil the members o
the senate at Washington of thoi
Link McCandlejs. Gilbert .T. W lie
and K. M. Watson, the three candidate
whoso friends bellyved each stood tin
best chance of securing the npitoint
ment until a few weeks niio, urn mem
hers of the new organization, and tli
action last night indicates that Denioc
racy is making every etlort to liecomr
united, liury the ax "und preinre to re
celvo with open arms tho dark hors
whoso niimc is now awaiting confirinn
tion in the senate hs Governor of
Whether this action will result in
withdrawal of threatened opposition tf
Pinkknin's confirmation on the floor of
the senate would not be discussal las
night, but it is believod by many that
It will havo the necessary effect. The
prophecy was mado that I'inkhani wil
now be confirmed within tho next
probably within the present wck
The meeting last nicht was
it was stated, to arran"
for a bia Democratic re'ention to b
'endered lion. Jefferson McCarn, l'n to
''tnter district attornev for Hawaii, wh
Is expected here within n short t'lno
Kvery Deirocrnt In the Territory nil'
be invited to attend the reception, ac
ooriling to the plans discussed l.i"
Tho following committee was appoint
ed to complete ernnnenicntK: I, i
Lighlfoot, R. H. Trent, .T. H.
n. 0. Itlveiibnrgh, A. A. Wilder, M. f
Pachcco. K. 5T. Watson. C. H Hose. A
Wirtz, h. Ij MqCandless, dulius W
A roll? 0, J. Waller. "J. .T.Trrn and . .1
A meeting of tins committee' lias ni
ready been called for the latter pnrt n'
'his week to comnletc arrangoments for
tho coming reception.
"Blood Ritual" Myth Is Fanned
When Count Contributes to
Fund for Shrine.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ST. PKTKHSHUHO, November 17.
(Special to The Advertiser) The
"Wood Kitual" myth is being
kept alive here, the latest etTort
being a subscription now being raised
by the Novo K Vremyn fur a memorial
to the murdered Vushinsky boy.
One of the first contributors was
Count Latnsdorff, former foreign minister,
who asked that his contribution
bo applied toward the erection of a
monumental shrine over tho tomb of
"tho boy tortured to death by .lews. '
BEILISS WILL LIVE
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PHlLADEIiPHIA, November 17.-
(Speclal to Tho Advertiser) Mendel
lleillss Is planning to bring jiis familv
to Philadelphia and settle here. Mrs.
William Ituhens, a of Hei
'llss, is in receipt of 11 cablegram to
MILS FOR PROBE BF
ALLEGED CIGAR COMBINE
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WAHHJNOTON, November 17.
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
Itellly of Connecticut today
Introduced n resolution in the lioimo ordering
an investigation of tlio Hinted
Cigar Stores Company to decide wheth
er the concern is operating In restraint
of trade mid jf it l a monopoly.
8ULZER WILL SPEAK ON
TREASON OP TAMMANY
(Hy Federal Wlrrlou Telegraph.)
NKW VOIIK, Xoveiiilmr 17.
ernor Hulter will tiart 101 hit Irataro
UWW rtruty ufilicr, He j to tour Haturduy night. Tint imili at (U
srgM tli Ilwils la wlk'r mi niiilii.'fJwrc will bu mIiohi "TLk 'I'rama
m Uilir. o( Tauiinapy.''
Probable Winner in Fight Against Home Rule
(I'.y IVdrral Wireless Telegrajih.)
LONDON, 17. (Hpcciiil to The The
litis di'cideil t" seoki compromise with the opposition
in parlianient" 011 the Home Hulu Hill, nueordinp; to the Times.
1'ieiiiier Asttith, it hii.vh, within 11 week will iniihe tin oll'er of 11
lmi.se hiii)Ciuli:i(lhc openition of Hie bill in I'lstef for 11 definite
erm of years timl'will propose to place an additional burden on
British taxpayVrs'ilt order to eonipeiisate the NiitiomilUts tjf
for the teniponiry loss of the wealth of I'lster. t
Still Mr.W'mkhamr Says He, ..
Wh;?e Waiting for Senate Quorum
John Sharp Williams Holds His
Confirmation Up Is
By Ernest Q. 'Walker.
(Mail Kperlnl to Tim Advertiser)
WASHINGTON, November (!. U H.
I'luliham's uomlnatipu to bu Oovernor
of lliiwaii still hangs in the senate
There uie only two- sessions tho week
nonaclavs of that body and no iiiioruiii
is in town. Senator Joliu Sharp Williams,
of Mississippi, has announced
hat lie will not permit the nomination
o lie conflrmeij till a quorum of the
senate is present. .Consequently
Sliafrdtli, chairinaii of the I'nrifle
Islands committee, has , suspended ef
torts to get the Humiliation through.
The 1 uireiiey Hill is expected before
the senate about November IS and
ooii thereafter the senate will be in
dail.i with a good attendance.
"ND IN ALIKE WORTH
OVER .29,010 A IEAR"
(Il Federal Wireless. Telegraph)
( A.MHIIIlHii; Massachusetts,
oeinber 17 (Special to Tho
Adiertiscr) "No man allc is
wortli ocr 2.i,U00 a year for the
ability he brings into a position
i or an olllce," said Professor W. S.
lllplc), head of Harvard's econ-
oiiue department today. "Large
corporation heads are woefully
overpaid when one .considers the
iiicageiiiess of the serico they ,
PARIS SLEUTHS SEARCH
FOR $05,000 IN INGOTS I
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
FAHIK, .Wmiiber to
The Advertiser) I'nJIea throughuiit 1
Hut lieurni n'fjrklug tisluy nil
the iiiytery of it robbery .
Hold laaot lul at ui,UUU
the Oiwwaa Dm$ lu
to 1H b) waf. of ItarllH
la traaalt,. m atow to lh
iSwm Via torn lMp! It la m
Mttttll vykKf IW 'fHHWr BfM
HJPyyiyyHBHHHKyL'i ..-. - . .'..''. ..X: .'"-:. j... ...i ...11
making no mows witli reference lo the
governorship. Iln abstains from any
activities at all in anticipation of tho
ote by tho senuto,
"I am still I. I!. l'inMiam," said
he today, "with 110 right yet to
Mime that I am (Ioernor of Hawaii.
If the senate should letuse to cpntlrm
me. I propose to havu nothing to take
lie has been called into conference
with Secretary I.nne and others about
his confirmation and tins cooperated
with them In supplying the senuto with
information. Vigorous attacks have
been uiiule upon lilm, with 11 to
discrediting him beforu tho senate.
One of these attacks had to do witli
his course as a health iillicial in regulating
the underworld of Honolulu.
No Fight on McCarn.
.Icir McCarn, tho new district attorney
for Hawaii, was confirmed today
ami can become a full fledged district
attorney, with salary, and perquisites
I iv taking the iillicju! oath. There was
no opposition to him in the senate,
liini'rnor I'rear i" still in town ns are
Mcrnl other prominent Hawniians,
Home of them are interested in the
Pearl Harbor dock matter, still before.
It probably is not too"inucli to expect ',1,,, navy department,
the nomination of Mr. Pinkhaiii to be j Mi. and Mrs. Fred 1,. Wnldron, of
oiiiirmed chortly thereafter. Honolulu, arrived 111 AVnshingtoti this
.11 r. iiuKiiiim is sun 111 town mil 19.
BIG PROTECT! FUND
H .-- H
(Hy Federal'"ireles Tclrgrnph)
X- cinl to The
ployers of the United Kingdom
arc forming a new- union and pro-
pose to raise a guarantee fund of
$2niMiOU,Wi(l in order to protect
themselves against striko move-
incuts by the trade unions and
er labor organizations.
. NOT TEMPTED
BI PROGRESSIVE BAIT
(Hy Federal Wuele.s Telegraph)
I'llll.AIM'.l.l'IIIA, Nieiulr IT.
(kptwml t The AdteitiMtr)
I'. Kuaa let It lierume kuuwu tliruugh
frll4 UMigy tlmt he tow u i)w of
?aiii Ilia ball of a Crufmaaiva
ayaJaTWit wm "jjsfjp r' awsf
4aU or fmsMi ( fiimmm.
Escaped Mattcawan Lunatic Secures
Writ to Delay Extradition.
(fly Federal Wireless Telegraph)
C0NC0IM5, New Hampshire, Novem
her 17. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
Counsel for Harry Thaw today filed in
Amended petition for u")Vrit of habcai
corpus .with Hums, F, Hoilgmaii,
federal court and iiiimeuiaieiy,
afterwards begun wor'f on- a long legal
brief amplyfylng tho petition.
The extradition warrant signed lij
(Inventor Folkcr became operative to
day, and Thaw's lawyers fear .Ion
may unexpectedly appear and by some
sudden coup rush Thaw buck tu New
Vurk despite the proceedings peiUiiq
ill the federal court.
fl TOE" IS
PERIL THAT IS
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph)
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, November 17"-
(Hperinl to The Aihertlser) "Tin
Hesitation Toe" blamed on tho hesitn
tion sten in that entrancing wait, i
causing society girls to become flat
footed, according to Or. Alexander V.
"In the last week I have had a doz
eu patients come to me suffering wltl
uaiiis in the large toe and the bail ol
the foot caused by this dunce," ho de
STRONG ADVOCATE FOR
STRICT DIRGE LAWS
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NIAV VOHK, November 17 (Spo
cinl to The Aihertlser) "The yoniii
nan who contemplates mntiinioin
should realize that he Is taking tin
most Important and consequential ste
of his life. 1 do not bellevo In nion
lenient laws for obtaining divorce 1
think they should bo stricter. We now
find one law for the lich and anothei
for the poor."
These vl'iws on marriage ami uivorce
were given out, today by Francis II
Hayre, hvho is to be married to Mis
CAUGHT IN DERAILMENT
(Uy Federal Wireless Telegraph t
HAN VILLI:, Illinois, November IT.
(Kpoiial lo The A pc ml
inspection train bearing William .1.
Jackson President uf I lie C'lilouyn mid
Kustern llwllruad and a utrty of ottl
slal and (llreeUim at lie rwii) was derail!
tlile aHeruttin while rwiMlNK at
a lilRh rnla af mich sreand a curve
iHai miU af Xown&it, mo ditalta af
Um wrwb bavt imilHUj 0ii1ll.
mm WnMsmmim reached by
IH 'mZfx'iWBff j3H HE- 1H jSiftHr Lkl'v aHP"BIIHrel
liiiiiHcr jdHKiiajpjBapBw'r naj aBfluaVv'BaBBBBja&twrjBBfl BsvV WWKrVMWMWW9SUtWU
Tho principal members of the cxocutlvs committee of tho rrovlslon.il Govcmmont of Ulster photographed at
Oralgavon, Capt, 3amcs Craig's scat H County Down. Front row (loft to lfght) Mr, William Moore, M. r,; Lord
Dunleatli, Lord Londonderry, Sir Edward Carson, Duko of Aborcorn, Sir John B, Lonsdalo, M. F...I11 tho second
row may ho seen amongst others Mr. 0. 0. Craig, M. I; Mr. a. Fothorstonhatigli, M. P.: Mr. II. T. Barrio, M. P.;
Ocn. sir Georgo Hlchardson, Capt. J. Craip, M. F.; Mr. W. J. Macgoach MacClaw, M. P.; Mr. P. M. P.;
Col. Hackct Pain, and Capt. tho Hon. Arthur O'Ncll, M. P.
Asquith Seeks Compromise With Ulster
, kt 'Jt M Jl vt v' . .
Home Rulq May Be Peacefully Settled
After Warm Words With Exposi.
tion Manager and An Apparent
Deadlock, Chairman of Hawaii
Commission and Director Mooro
Reach a Basis of Agreement and
UNCLE SIM MY
HELP HAWAII SHOW
Wood Is Told at First That Fair
Could Get Along Without Hawaii,
But Ho Called tho Bluff
and Announced That It Would
Havo To If the Strict Rules
Were Insisted On.
(Mull Speciul to The Advertiser.)
SAN FKANCISCO, November 11.
I'ntil today it looked as if there had
been reached a deadlock between tho
1IH5 World's Fair management and tho
ifawail Fair CommiFsiou, Chairman It.
P. Wood of tho commission and President
'Moore having locked horns over
the question of whether tho agricultural
exhibits from the Islands should go in
tho Hawaiian building und be, as
planned, 11 large part of thu Hawaiian
exhibition, or, 11& tho fair pcoplo want,
should go in the agricultural palace and
lie lumped with the proilucts or tno
other States and Territories,
Tliu .Moore-Wood interview ended
with Chief linker of tho concessions
idling tho chairman that the fair wool 1
I 0. Mile to get along without, Hawaii,
and Hits Houpjulan telling Iilptliat ho
guessed ftcwuulil liny to. If iho fair
management insisted un sticking to tho
stilct letter of Its rules nml smashing
all the ariaiiguuents made In Honolulu.
Hut ,Ilawuii will exhibit, a way out
of the dilflciilty haying been pointed
out liy L. A. Thurston, who tailed upon
I'rrsiilent .Mooro nfter -Mr. Wood hud
dellvoiod his ultimatum. The compromise
of Hawaii exhibiting both in Its
own building nud the agricultural pal--ice
was 1 cached. On this basis Mooro
out Wood camo together, and now all
is lovely again,
Chnir'uau Wood and President Mooro
mil their (list conference on Friday,
which resulted in tho former
in positive terms that if thu fair
management did not agree to let
place nil its exhibit in its own
building us u "part of tho decarntivo
cheuie, " J I a wall would not erect a
building. Wood saw Captain
B.iker, chief of thu concessions
the day before, and In the coune
of conversation Hakvr said that ''Sun
Francisco could get uIoiil' without
wull anyhow." Wood kept quiet, and
knew then that he had a strong card
up his Bleevo.
This remark of linker's was rcpeited
o Moore, who immediately asked Wood
to "forgot it."
Called Wood "Unpatriotic."
AVood said he could not do that until
iich time us tho coiupnny decided to
give Hawaii a better opportunity. President
Mooro went Into a long dissertation
about the rules nml regulations und
Inssiflcatioiis, stating that Hawaii was
demanding what had nlready lien refused
to Great Hritaln, France, Argentine
und many other countries.
lie chargeil Wood with being unpatriotic,
and said that It was the ilutv
if the Hawaiian Islands to Cooperate
with tho exposition people in their
irosent rulings, rather than to attempt
to havo them changed. Mr. Wood announced
that the plans of the Hawaiian
Fair Commission had been based
all along even when the campaign
was being waged before the legislature
met for a building and Its contents
such as is now proposed nnd that tho
legislative appropriation had been obtained
only after duly showing what
the building would contain and uuder
promiso that nt the exposition the
building would In reality bo "The
Wood Spoko for Islands.
Moore appealed to Wood not to
tiiuke 11 recommendation that uo build
iug be erected, under the present ruling
of the company, and finally said he
would compromise by permitting the
commission to duplicate Its decorative
features in tho pulaces of horticulture
and agriculture, Mr. WWl said that
duplication, involving heuvv outlays pf
money, whs imputable, purtb ulurlv 1111
der the present turlll arrangement The
interview concluded with the termi
nuuuiisUiii'iit or Wood thai, after all
fe argiiliiniits priMPUlttd to Moure, noun
had to urine I liiui that tlie mw (if
the UuwuHhii Fnlr Oamiulislon were In
"1 ean slflta. Mrt Moure" laid
Wsail, "Hi"' 1 am 1'ii. i.d uiiNUHiiouily
on, I'uge 'I'liw )
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