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iERtSflllSTS.f( liilS Mil
inrTrn MS UtlirJltll
Minister of Iritcri6r Plerfds with
D'ictator to Resign and He Is
Summarily Dismissed from Of.
flee Action of Provisional Pres
ident Causes Rupture Among,
CITY OF MEXICO, November
17. (By Associated Press
Cable) The first alarming rupture
in Hucrta's cabinet came
last night following tlio announcement
that the Dictator
had dismissed Minister of the
Interior Adalpo. This action
was taken following the repeated
entreaties of Adalpo to
Huerta to resign the presidency,
allow the naming of an independent
successor and to join
in bringing back peace t'o Mexico.
Huerta took this action as
one of unfriendliness toward
him as well as an evidence of
fear for the United States.
Adalpo has strong supporters
in the cabinet and his
last night is believed to fore-cast
the resignation of other
members. Hucrta's action is
taken to indicate that he is not
considering obeying the ultimatum
of the United States.
HUERTA INSISTS HE
WILL HOLD PRESIDENCY
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MHXICO, NoviMiibur
1C (Specinl to Tho Advertiser)
he will not lesipn.
"I shall continue," ho said,
"just as I have lieeit iloini? to put
forth my best to liriiii?
about the piieifieiilion of the country
and thus fulfill the promise
I iniiile on tailing oiliee."
It was' iuciresteil to the Picsi-dent
that comlitions niiuht become
huch that p.irtieulinly
Americans-, will be m immciliatu
danger, lie afireeil that this
mifilit bo so, aililiii'n':
"In that ease I snal1 ' al' 1
can to protect then, "
The I'lesitleiil tliouj'lit a
"True, tin- rabble of the city
inifjht rise, but 1 would not hesitate
to nppl tlie severest methods
in my povvei to restore oidei!
and punish the utility. At any
inti 1 am resolved to continue in
the attempt to earn- out my program
of pacification "
HER BRILLIANT SMILE
HAUNTS THEM STILL
(.By Federal Wirelees Telegraph.)
PARIS, November 10 (Special to
The Advert1er Linn Pavaliri nnd
Litcion Jlnrntore, the tenor, sailed ot
the steamship Franee today. Mmc.
Cavallcri onlv with a brilliant'
smilo when ashed if her nuptials with'
Muratore will be celebrated in New
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November in, (Spe
cial to Tho Advertiser) More than
four hunared wedding presents have nr
rived so far for Miss Jcssia WoodrmV
Orcnt interest is being excited by thii
receipt from ull parts of the viorld of
tlicno iiresents. dettimsl for the latest
charming White Iloimo bride to be, the
thirteenth in its hintor). Her inartiage
to FrniiclB II Ja.vnv will bo 7i simple
affair, hut one in which millions of poo
pie will take nn interest.
'lho gifts whirli nro mining to
for Miss Wilson are of nil kinds,
pciilalij articles of houMeepliir,
many In silver The present ptckrul b)
tho nlfiiibcr of the wnnte fiii'isM1 of
n iimBiiillpent lb er service, to eimt
tfMJ0, while the hmisii of
will present hr with if illnniBtid
l.liit plutllililii IIKikldre Mlliied Hi KXI
It is lu.pcil lure thaf the presents will
be placixl nil I'lliibillOM
(lly I'iiIkimI Wireless TlEftll.)
M;V YOIIIv, .Nuvmnlivr 1U.
til The AdMitiMir) Vutum llov
ernor ftiler will mr o tli tvrUiii
nlulfntiH. Hulior imi rlgn4 ,
lo ilelitri ttventv lnciurM in lli lm
JlllMUt villi's of ih i'uil. M(utr
Former President Intimates Ho'
Was Inrnoscil Unon in Par-
cloning' Banker Morse.
I'OTTSTUWN, Poiiniliniila, Nov cm
her HI tppinl to Tlio viivo tiser)
Former President Tnft, delivering nir
address for- tlio strident I ody of Hill
JliM?L"Bi. Tr .aH
WILLIAM II. TAFT,
Former President, who regrets jmnloii
ing of bn ulcer convict
School last nilit, intlinatoil tliat lie
Iinil been illicit i-il into pardoning Ban
I liarlis Mono 'Hie former Prosi
dent iliil not mentioit tlio name of
Morce, but said that during Inn term ns
President he was TkCcl to net titoii
two jianloni at the s une time.
It hail been icpresented to Mm that
neither of tho convicts eonhl live. lie
pardoned both. One ilieil almost imme
iliatcl. 1 he other, Mr. Taft Mini, was
nppnrciitlv will ami was running about
the (onntrj rehabilitating his fortune.
. . "
(il lVdcrpI Wifclog Telegraph)
( nliforuiii, Nov cm
ber 10 (Kpecinl to 'I he Adver
1- tiser) The ollieials of Mare Isl
nnd Nnvj Yard have been asked
to submit to tho government es
tunntes on the cost of construe-
tion of dreadnoughts.
In the event of four battleships
being authorized by the next eon-
gress, if is Iiiicicil tint Mure
ImIjihI vVill be given tho construe
tlon uf one of them.
NOTED HORSEMAN IS
(Hy Fiilir.il Wiieless Tilegr.iph)
HAN FltANCIMX), m ember 10
(Special to The Advertiser) Williiru
O'llricn MacDonoiigh, the well UnovVn
horseman nnd iliibiuau, is in a very
low (oinlitioii tod iv, follnvviiig an at
taelv of apoplexy .Mae Donougli is
all over the world as the pur
(baser ol the undefentel Vnonde,
lit the thin world's reiord price of
(Itv IViler.il Wireless Telegrnpli)
CITY OF MFA'KO, Nov ember 10
(Spcci.il to Tho Advertiser) Minister
of Justice l)u hi I.iui.i, slid today:
"The situation has griatly Improved,
'lho rebellion has In en completely sup
pressed in the Mutes of Cainpeche, T.i
basco, ( iiiapis, Fuobln, Miialos and
fiiierrero The middle states lino con
tinned in pcice.
"As to the northern states of T.i
mnulpis, Nuuvo Leon, Dnrango,
i, Cliihiiahua .Hid Souorii, the Federal
troops there have dealt such
great defeits to tho rebels that thoy
nro complete!) ilisorgani"d and without
anv pfilitic.il plan whatever.
"Tho attitude of the governing powers
should, in 'ui) opinion, be in this
case as at anv other of international
disturbance, one of absolute neutrality
and confidence in the government,
which has sulllcient power to guarantee
the life mnl property of citizens
(Itv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, November 10. (Special
to The Advertiser) The campaign of
tho Bishop of London nnd the Bishop of
Kensington, on tho Biibjcct of music
hull mornls, is dircttl) inspired by
Queen Mnrv, whoso lecent visits to music
hall entertainments have Inspired
her with horror at their moral tone.
She was annoyed heiond inensi.nl
when she heard that tho l'rinee of
Wales had been Incognito to see flab)
DeMys at the Palace.
(Bv Federal Wirelesu Telegraph.)
C,i; F.L.WI), Ohio, November 10.
to Tho Advortuor) Because
ft position us teacher in the Kwt High
school, where he Wus head of the
training department, sjiuM him only
iMSiio a voiir, while n job ns lirst janitor
pin 19100, Churl .1 Foskett hns
lesigned Ids school position to become
ihlef iiittodlnii of the First National
DEATH CALLS. YOUNO MAN
(Mail Kpecinl to The Adv Hltl.sr.)
MiiiImv ot i snip 1. I'nuneiie, dlssl
uiflil Tim iiMtl wh nuly n
yautK wan, tbaui twtnly ytiin of Hitt
m TliUu Mil vrv iMNlir w(lji ids
OT) fnciiU". Ht vftf n of
nurttf UMtor of UtMiim. TU fmi
ral tMk uhMw Wwlatliv. II HI
lurl4 m ik Wallukii fmnfy, U.
I. it Kuumi'l ns unVlnlinK
nA7i'i n i
I, i - '
Violet Brown Under Care of Phy.
sician Allcgefl Colored Assail-ant
Turned Over to Provost
Oimrd'indAlVoWo? tV L'caVc' to
Custody on Transport for Manila.
(From Mppdoy Ajhcrthidr,)
As. the roiultvof nil assault until to
havo been made upon hex,. Vjplct i
BrnvVn,Jiii inmate of; itiv Jivilqi resort, ml
under n physician's enre, (loclured to lio
severely injurdd, 'Her nirallrfnt, ufcortb !
ing to polltd" reto'riNlVChnfles jraVtin,
a negro casual, imio is- now on mo
transport en route" ra'Miuilla. The
ii declared to HaAc taken" place
early Thursday dv'cnlngi
Owing to tho fact that Hid woman
wirt afraid to prefcV charges against n
soldier the ma'n Was turned ovci to
fciiurd Fiy the' polierj rintl oiiiy if
charge of druWing" If knife on a police
olhecr was entered in the
books of tbo provpst. ,
rights -Off Officer,
The reports state, . . that . , immcdtntdly . . ..
ii ii ..i
followlbg the assriiilt, left thfc
uumun in mien LTiiieni cuiniuiun iiiai
bhvsiclnn hnil to bb sent for at eniee,
the negro left the house nftcr having
fought oaj Patrolman I'licciiiipn with u
rnzor and a hnife. The onlier trailed
his man nftmnd tho dfstrict and finally
received help frdf tWo iiitr'ols of the
provost guard, who overpowered the
ir.nn mid disarmed him. Martin, however,
successfully hid his rnzor, which
was found in bis cell the follow ing
Tiff) facts 6f the nssnlllt vveW made
known to the transport oflui'rs and
.Martin was turned over to his
the morning- before tbo trans
No Arrests Blade.
Apparently no attempt has been niado
by the ruthorities to secure the urrest
and conviction of the tluee win
are alleged In have eriminally assaulted
the wife of n respectable .Inpanese,
u lined Hashimoto, nc.ir Ivvilel iarly
No resirt of tho assault is oil filo
with the pollco unless it be Alith Cap
tain of lietectives McDullle, vvlio ap
peared to be extremelv displeaed over
the puliliLation of tho fuels of thf
i.ise in '1 he Advertier yesterdaj morn
nig, Illuming its publication on one ot
Ins men. If he received any report of
it he did not consult with the com
iiiainler of the provost guard oi taken
anv of the other usual steps.
Tho men in uniforms are,' said by the
vxtilii and her husband to lull o
entered their little room shortly
after WVdiicsil.iv midnight, 'and. hold
ing them up at the points of rciolvonj,
ntinllii the vvonun in turn, llotli
Hashimoto and his wife were lienten
into unconsciousness before tin brutes
depirtcil The Japanese press hns
the nutter up vigurniislv.
llie fact th.it it is alleged that this
was lAmmitteil by men in thd
rinv uniform will, it is believed, result
in (.ciicril Fiiiistnn ordering u thorougli
investigation and brinping al out the
nirest, it possible, of the men vvhoni
the detective dcpirtnicnt apparently Ins
not been successful in loenting.
. . ..
SPANISH STEAMER ON
FIRE; PASSENGERS SA'FE
(AIM: ltACF, November irf. (By
ssocmtod Pri".s fable to
Transferred at so-i from tho
Spinish steamer Bslines, was the;
thrilling experience of the p isscngers'
in tint voiiel enroute from Huvniin tri
Cadi The ItalnW is liuriilng in tlio
North Atlantic and hope for saving
the hull' his been abandoned.
The passengers, the oi
whom were Spmiish emigrants return J
ing to meir n'ltive unit, were' removed
to the Cunard liner Pannonia.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph)
BKIti.lN, November 1(1 (SCcl'il to
The Advertiser) All efforts inado by
Theodore .s'litro to hand to tho Kaiser
a petition signed by moro tlinii ."00,0011
and the editors of
I2S fierman newspaiiers in tlio United
States have failed.
The etltioiiers a1 for olllelal fler"'
man participation m the Panama I'a
cillc F.xposltion in l!Uo. Sutro 1ms
lieen lierc for n mouth.
(By Federal W'irele Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 10.
(fpennl to The Advertiser) Colonel
AIcTander t . Brodle, bosom friend 6t
Colonel Itoosevelt, has just been placed
on' tho retired list of the army on
of Colonel Hroilio was n
rough rider1 and served as major and
Kcuteiiant colonel I if that regiment
In July of 11)02 hi' was made (lover
nor of Arizona, Serving until mos.
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph)
Ul.DON, Novniber 10. (Special
n The Advertiser) fiiv id Smrr .W.
dan, chmcellor of Leland Stanford
I niversitj, during a lecture at flic
Birkbcck Insntuffolf, under tho auspices
of the education committee of
the limloh county coiihcll, compared
American and' British university metll
ods, greatly to the detriment of the
The British nrnitice of cmmln.ii inn
lie declared, U a farce, because there
Is no rotation between examinations
unit higher education,
(B 1'mtarnl Virnto Telegrnpli.)
NUV YOHIC, November Jtl. - (Hu
ilul hi Tlio Advertiser) Ml Mary
Uclp MiKe, wiia M, o,,, Itihy"
iiK Of ilm Wliltt' lluuse )m lier
ttllli'illir, )lBltltM lUtrtHrti, win
Pr.l,Uni Hf tfttfttVI i it a, mnl L
vviii tbrtatiHNl lir Ibf KwksstK,. situ?
ail, km morrhnl lo.l lu llurl lttF
ftilier, griiHilMiu at llie Uu Adolplius
THiT Kill I!)
sUY. t Mltl U I
Officers Who Did Their Duty 'in
Bringing1 Attention to
ful VJoncfiticlis fn
pttrtmeW Made'oTecf Th'cy
Ato1 'NbV Wanted 'McDuffie,
Who Issues Bluff Order.
As a result oil tho campaign Insti
tuted by Captain of Detectives
wheo lm rcinstttcniCHt,
l'rank Kuruil.i and Woo, tins only
two men left in tho department who
h'nVo rdfirtcd to coma intd cninp ltli
the reinstated olbcer nriy present their
resignations to the sheriff this' woyOc.
hoth inert nccordin to the most re-
llnblo reportii from police headquarters
hao been ninilu tho ictiins of petty
. . .
ft... A I ! 11. .lnnM.4...ri...
lliiiiiiftt ircitLiuuiiL in uiu iii;i'aiiiiiuiit,
,,.. , c tni1 ., tll0 'mcn ,
. i n.AnarM cjoicc wlicn ho camo
Itolicrt; Svvadcn, inspector of' weights
and measures, who wits instrumental
In bringing "to liglit the truth about'
tho detectivo deinrttncnt, has niso bden
advised by friends that the bill he
fought Is "Working- rjuietly on jour
case aifd will 'get vou' within tho next
Swadcu May Resign.
"They can't," was Swadcn's
jestcrduy. "If Kuruda and'
Woo aro forced out I will prountily pre
sent my resignation, also. Thoy worked
hard tor tho hIrmiII and nave continued
their loyalty to what wo nil believe irf
right. As n matter of fact, wo know
vvo'ro right, and if wo did resign wo
would not stop our work to prove it.
"I olfered mv resignation to Slier
iff .larrctt when Captain of Detectives'
McDulllo was reinstated. Tho inforJ
enie Was that tho sheriff was inclined
to bcliovo that McDulllo 'a charge
about spito work were" correct, nnd although
tho sheriff assured mo that hcj
did not believe; it tlio' inference btill
remains about police headquarters and'
is carefully cultivated in certain
as colild bo expected."
There litis been a well defined rumor1
tint MeDullio's nnd Celletl's hopes orf
the comiifg bearing of tbo hitter worn
pinned to the fnit Hint would
Ii ivo been bach in ollico in directj
chargoof 'thd men who worked against
him, at lenst n ivveclr beloro tho Kellctt
I.ab.IhmI .Mil. .nil li.ia'lmnn iri..
en color by tlio fuct that at least ono
of those olheers nt ouco assureu jvic
Dufllo' that ho was foreiM into tho in
vcstigntioii when tlio latter was put
in Kellctt 's invcslig!itlon
yesterdny Hinted that they wcro in a
'position ivvhere th'e ilereUctloii of theso
witnesses, if such was to bo the uiso,
would pot damagd tho evidence us n'
McDiilllo' Intentions regarding tlio
gainliHpg sitiifilion were typified
night, when ho issued a rather1
startliifg order to u Biiiiul about td
Tlio lilfoinlUtloli wiH
go on a raid
brought1 iil'b) tin iiifoViner, who slated
that moiie'y was plentiful on this floor,
mnl when this was reported to tho
by Woo ho informed Detectivo
Sliebloit, Wfio' iv ns ill charge of th"
squall, n6t tt) ju.ilfo tho, arrest, no matter
how inucb money liu" (saw on tho
iloor, where Jqpali'cso gallic's nro nearly
iiliuijH plaved, but to wait until they
iw, it pasii fronriiand to band.
Poliei' procVdure has hitherto
onlv the of money in
the pot to guarantee n strong ense1
L'.unblers. SheldoTT's hOiiad
therefore watched tho game for n short
whllo mid then went away, leaving thd
Sheldon was one of tho men who
pulled underground wires for McDulllo
during tbo investigation, and has beeil
practicnllv made nijting serge ml by the.
captain. He is bcdieveTl by polite
to hitve lObliled strongly With at
least' one member of the civil service
commission in favor of McDullie before,
McDuffte Attempts Bluff.
Although it was announced previous
to MeDiilho's reinstatement that th
investigators did not believe the coim
uiisMou would uphold evidence beeau'o.
it Was not leRall perfect', thus cuusins
Melhillle to owe his jolt to the mere
existeneo of the commission, lie has not
shown particular .enthusiasm about fob
lowing tbe commission 'it rule.
iiotjrtell bis men that ho. wbuld
iiAmojIiiitely discharge tlifi ''llrst one
caught giving information td any news'
paper nprirtrr'. This is considerable of
n idi.e, if rorirsiv as McDullie has not
the fdjghjrrf, ,'fiiwr in the world to discharge
an) bod v.
"rills' peculiar order was tbe direct
of the storv piiblislied ) in
Thr' Advertiser concerning the crimiliil
n. Vault by three supposed soldiers on
a respectable .Fiipineso wnmnii in Iwi
lei, which McIIulnp bail up till then
sticceeded in keeping secret Ho dl
rectly blamed Detective Kumdn for
giving the news out,' and ii'sueil thv
nriIef"nieiltioneil after n ratlier violent
scene with that olllcer. As n inntter
of fact, The Vdwrtiser received lis In
formation from first hand sources, not
from the polbe bilrenu, whlili was at
tempting to suppress untied of It.
A FAVOiUTB HUB DOWN.
TluV BUlfnr. tho football ptaver and
Hip till Oiiml atlili'le kunii Hie value
( '"wmWrFiiin' I'rt In imini it is Jim
i lliTiifr for u nili ilnuu ailef ti Hum
, All otwIiv' iik
ivjt fl1l tfiTi nUl flvtrdliliBir y
euitsl h uimtliihl lM tliu Hwti t
iity ultii'r triMiwoul. I'e; miU by ill
tlKiliT.. Iwnsaa, 8iullli & Co,
IE tfASlPANT, I o
Japanese Paper Deplores Cowardly
v (From, fondny Advertiser.)
Nippu .liji, one o( tho leading .lapa
nee newspapers of Honolulu, in a
rather heated editorial yesterday morn
ing, gives" US' nno of tho principal rcn
sons for tho vicious crimes recentlv
committed here tho lack of efficiency
and harmony In tho ilctertlvo depart
incut of Honolulu. Tho .liji is also in
I'linctl to bl'ime soldiers fdr tho crimes,
despite the fact that none of tho nc
eli"cd has ns )'et been convicted. No
mention is made of tbe cowardly crime
nf II Af'thc Fouith Cava I r),
wanted for white girl, who"
killed nn olliier several days ago. In
this caso fellow soldiers 'expressed a
regret that they could not get hold of
Ferguson first to deal with him sum-manly.
The .lii would intimate that
.Inpanese nrcpkkcd out by this vicious
clement, whereas the record show that
persons of other nationalities have also
suffered. Following is n translation of
"What tho Jffiiiiu lias so long feared
now unfortunately conies tiud. Tho
lac of cfliciuicy nnd harmony in tbo
detectivo dcpirtmcnt of Honolulu is
mninlv responsible for successive oc
currences In this city of disorders, for
instance such as thctts and nsnults.
In the mianwhilc the misconducts by
soino of lho American troops on Ouhu
are adding seriousness to this bnd stito
of nffnirs, mid today theft, lobbery, assault
on helpless women nnd nnny other
outrages are of common occurence in
nnd around Honolulu.
"Jt Is very much in danger i'or n
to go out alone in the night.
The community is almost" terror-stricken
as a result of the conduct of
somo of tho soldiers and' ni the ramc
time of tbo inability of the police
thorifloB to li unite the WV
feel resentful, in that it is often tlio
who suffdr from the soldiers'
"It need not be mentioned at this
time that some of the enlisteil men on
Oahu mo brutal in their conduct. Wo
1 ml previous!) tailed to the attention
of tlio military authorities hero when
one Hirni, the .lapancso hadk driver,
was brutally murdered in Ivvilel a t'ew
mouths ago, for which crime two "id
diers uio now under arrest. Our ,edi
tonal on that mid blooded c,rimo was
translated into Hnglish, and when it
was printed in the columns of The Ad
vcrtiser, our L'nglish contemporary, (Jen
oral Funston's attention was promptly
called to the want of strictness in deil
ing with the enlisted men.
"The loiiimander of tbe Hawaii divi
ion of the United States Army came
out iinniediutelv with anew-older,
it impossible for tbose, whose conduct
is unbecoming, to enjoy the privi'
lego to bo in town -while not on duty
in their posts We vverd very glad to'
btnr about it. No report of further'
brutal conduit was heard for two or
three mouths following tho forthcoming
ot this new regulation.
But todav wo cannot help but C.
press our tear upon hearing oi" that
illcgetl criminal nssmilt on a helpless
.FnpaiTosc wtjin.iii in' Iifilcl, loinmitteir
bv Hired dimikarils, tri bo in Army
uniforms'. How unspe.ikablv brutal Is
tills crime of those Americans!
"Now let us nsl a few questions.
Isn't urn Mich outrage b) the enlisted
men n disgrace to th'e uuiforln nl tho
Ann ric in Armv ' Isn't such crime a'
blot to the hOllor and prido ot tho
A met ii, i n llag
"We cannot' find tho slightest excuse
why the military authorities in
should take no steps to make a
thorough investigation into the ugly
affair. Wo hcartilv nppe.il to the
authorities, as well as local poind
authorities, tint thev should spare no
effort to safeguard the community and
FiUTHKItFOIU), Now .Jersey, Octo
ber :i0. Itev. Dr. itichupl Farl L.
Locke, pistor of tho First
church here, may bo forced to tell
tbo gov dining- body of trio chiirch his
whole" life history and to prov'o hlim
self innocent 6f tho charge nmtld
ngaiiist him by a vVoman whoe story
has thrown this town into a Hurry.
All of tho members of tho session,
tiu body if the church, nre.
not satisfied with the pastor's mere denial
of the stor) which Mrs. Vashtti
Dnltou, actress, writer and Klondike
explorer, told here during the past
month that she has a son 14 years old
in Paris' arid that Dr. Locke is his
.lohn M. Haie, one of the miio ciders
of the church Who compose tho session,
contradicted Dr. Locke's statu
meiit that tho niatfo'r had been dropped.
The sessions liomnrttteo is still
Mrs. liiilf oil's stor), ho said,
although he himself beilevcif tbere is
no truth in it.
u 4 JL.
I'iiOVIDF.NCK, Ithodo IsIniiU, October
111. Through the toed mm of newspapers,
Miss Tessic Michael, who lias
been working as housekeeper in n lodging
house hero for more than three
)ears, hns learned that she is heir to
I ' ft lie' lli.r fntlir. n fnrlllnr
who recently died in Belgium. Nothing
is Known ot the girl's whereabouts by
her relative and sho did nut know of
her father's death until sho rend hi
the papers todii) that the money was
-Miss .vililmel said that while living
with her groudmotier in Kiev, Itiisaiu,
she married if soldier whu Went nvrav to
war a fiiw hours alter the leremou)
and never iiiino Im.'k. She came lo this
I'iMintrv in KMIs ami after an
venture lu tlio nwtnurant bustiiesn
wont tn wurjt us a took mnl iiftorwurd
"Thd llllhllio who aHfiiitihvlI lo
Ml hntm Imipp frour hofll
li wdl iimuIiViI Irf IfSrarrfih
Win inkMi Mor MugniU l, llHll
-till wiii t'tifcd jn nun vir In prl
or at Imril tabur " KoliuU MI'IJI.
IQIVEB FULL CREDIT
DO THE MEN IN KHAKI
I V-' aBBBBBW
SECRETARV OF WAK
:( (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
It WASHINGTON, November 10.
(Special to The Advertiser)
down oil historic hafnjette Park
and the vicinity of the White
House, state, war and nnvv oOiees
.' 1 efdre dnjltglit today, armed with
V qn.intities of chain, and covcreil -
sidewalks nnd street pavement-
with "Votes for Women."
SHIP AND CREW LOST
ON CANADIAN COAST
MONTHHAL, Canada, November
in. (Bv Anoclated Prcis Cable to
Star-Bulletin The collier Brldgcpait,
from Sydney, nnd bound for Cape Breton,"
is reported lost arid it is believed
thntr her crew of f o bin e gone
in n w.iterv irap. The Bridireoort
w is loided with ten thousind tons or
Henry Rockwell Btfker Like Son
to Widow of Millionaire
CHK AOO, October '). Hetirv Jtoi U
well Baker, favored nephew ot tin late
lohn W. (lutes, is now scon .is the pros
pectivo lieir of tlie v'ast dales
Charles was the onlv and
tlio mother hud a deep nfleetion 'or the
Baker boy nnd friends sa) sho ilvvavH
looked upon him as a uon. wis be
qiieathed aitnost tbo whole ol .lohn VV.
(lutes' Charles Hates, tho
onl) child, being left but 'H,'iiii),OMi, to
gether with it ii inioiuo of VW i'J ,i
)ear from the Hates
it was .virs. linies wiui vo .'ouiiir
Baker t250,O00 when tailed
mid ho could nut toirildcfc .t n.llege
cmirse as he vv'tis to do in ordin to -i
htlpulatiou in the .lohn W. Gates Will,
if ho was to get a line sum. x
Sho also b'ule him follow- tbe In tales
of his heart when be coni'tsed lui love
for Miss Nina CaiNun, pi.'tty bt.
Charles, Illinois, girl. Bi'i.ir Ihen believed
a sufferer front tubn vowed
ho never would leavi St ( hail's fot
tho West us ordeml l,i , livsicinns :f
his sweetheart did not himiiii -my htm.
She went as a nurse and the)
Ills health H improved. Baker
h.ls'been taken from Colorado Spnugs
to Phoeniv, Arizona, where ho will
spend the winter His mothei is with
him. Tho attending phvsicians have
hopes of his complete ri cover).
(Bv Fedcril Wireless Telig'rapli)
WASHINCITON', November 10
(Special to The Advertiser)
The following hoard is appointed to
meet in San Francisco, at the eill of
tlio president of tho lor thu ox
iimin.itioii of such olhteis .is may bo
ordered lieforo it:
Col. lLimtltoii S. Wnlhce, Medic i!
Corps; Col. (leorge Bell, dr., Sixteenth
lutantrv; Lieut. Col. William P. Ken
dull, Medic il Corps; Lieut. Col. Huclld
B. Trick, Medical Corps; Lieut. Col.
Frederick It.. Diy, inspector general;
Hceorder, Captain Dennis P. (Juinl in,
Tho boird appointed for San Francisco
on September third last is dissolved,
Capt. Henry F. Mcl'celey, Twelfth
Infantry, to report to the ictirmg
board at San FrnncWco: Col. Hdwin P.
Pendleton, Infnntr), upon his applied
tion, retired, alter ) cars'
service; Capt. Philip .1 Lauber, assigned
to Ktghth Infantry; Capt. Clyde
B. Parker, Flghtli Infantry, reliovcd
from that regiment to Honolulu; Capt.
ii. Arthur Hadsell, Third Infantry, to
bo inspector and instructor of Maryland
militia; Ltout. Col. Leon S. Itou
dior, adjutant genera!, to tho first ill
vision; Adjutnnt Capt. Lenimrd Jh
Laughlirf, Twenty-first Infantry, to bo
inspector and mstmctor of Oregon militia';
Capt. Jnrolil Coburn, Twentieth
Infantry, to bo inspector and instruc
tor of Oregon militia.
Leaves .Ma, r.van jl, .lohnson, .lr.,sJdiiograpiicr lor tlio .viaui Hoard or su
Infantry, twenty days; Capt. L. C'
Ilrown, to ist Artillery corps, extended
five da)s; Capt. Marie I). Weed, Med
ical Corps, twenty dti)s; Vlrnt Lieut.
Frederick C. Te'st, Tvvent) second In
fiiutry, five da)s; First Uuut. .lonepli
I". Pcrej: Brown, Philippine isriiuts, six
months'; Second Limit. Aralilbald T.
Colley, Tenth Cavnlr), two inontlu,
H:)c (.')' 1
(BY Foddrtil WirilMs Telngrwdi.)
! CHICAGO, NovoiiiAr 10 l
pinl to The AilvortlMT) "Doc "
Wlillf. tuHthmivv pfteler, lipid
coiifreii( with "nap' lljufflil.
ikirt owner NHiI mvkgt nf tm
Vontfiv ttsjiw, niul htm tb
cfit of an otilr !' On
V motto m mi MMOn. WMt
took in wttr uiar iiwmi
9 ninnEonil HIP
i m k w: i -. 3 1 nj m ii
People of the United States as a
Wl'.olo Do Not Refjard the IVlili
tary Branch of Government in
thd Proper Attitude, Sayri the
Secretary of War in Address
Before Lotus Club.
( By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
Nt'W YOIIK, November 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Secretary of
War fliirrison, at a dinner given in his
lienor at the Lotus Club last night, said
t,lut thi' people of tho United States
as a vholo did not regard tho nrmy
in tho proper attitude and did not feel
toward it as thev should.
"For one tiling," ho said, "I think
the people fail to discriminate between
their hatred of bloodshed and war mid
the function of the army in respect
thereto. I'or the fireman, physician,
engineer and for tho clorg)iiian nono
of its' has words other than of pr.iiso
and encouragement. And vet for tho
solder, people li'ivo either negligent
attitudes or very little of nn) thing but
disapproval. I cannot, on any
ground account for this.
"Il it were true that iho ollicers and
mon of the army vjerc swaggering bullies,
seeking to engage in war for war's
or undesirable citicns who
brought disgrace on the, jiuiform niul
the country, tbero would'bd reason lor
this public attitude, but exactly tho
contrary is tho case. Tho army, both
oliiceis and men, never was of higher
tono than todii), nor as high, in my
Secretary Garrison cited ns convinc
ing proof of tlio highly cllteicnt
of tlio nrmy, Hie numerous instances
in which it lias been effectively
used in times of peace.
The relief work at San Francisco,
Omahi, during tho Hoods -in the Ohio
and Mississippi .illc), in fighting forest
flies, tho administration of executive
inactions m tlio Philippines, Cuba,
Porto Ilico and Santa Domingo and tlio
building of tho Paulina Can-il, lid pointed
out us such instances.
(Mail Special to The Adveltiscr.)
ILI Kl, November 13. ltov. .1.
C Villiers, the new rector of the Church
of the Good Shepherd held Ins first
service on Sunday morning. Owing to
tho threitening -weather, many of tho
members of the ihiinh Were absent, but
"till there was quite a pood congreg.i
tion present to webomo tho now ptBtor.
In Ins prologue llov. Villiers stated
that nt the time he received tho call
to the ( hiircb ot the Good Shepherd ho
was still (Oitsnloriiig another call, which
he Irul received some three mouths pre
vtotisl) from Tauipico, Mexico. But
owing to Hie present unsettled eondi
tiitus in that revolution ridden countr),
he had not been able to go, and was
now- ot it. W.iiluku impressed him
as a leaiitiful spot in -which to live,
ilnl he was charmed with the people ho
Intel already im tj He pr:i)ed that CJod
would bless his for tho church
on Maui and bring linn ami hnfptrish
loners logctlur in true fellowship ot
(hrist, so the) might all live a
pure, sweet, beautiful ife, as leiuti
till as the nature, that surrounds us.
His seniiuit was an impressive nifil
eloquent dlte, nil ablo discourse, fnu
f i om cunt and ii'ligiotts phraseology
His delivery is good, and a note of
sinceritv Jind strong conviction ringn
thiougli his well chosen words. If wo
mistake not, Mr. Villiers1 religion is
that of tho Apostle .lohn, a religion of
love, of chant), of forgivenis, not ono
of wrath, vicious retribution and ctcru.il
Mrs illters presided nt tlie organ,
ilul plaved it exceedingly well Ono
colild he.ar that a thorough musician
was hiuilling the kevs. Mrs. Villiers
she lias pliyed on larger organs
nf the. same mnlie, but none with n
sweeter tone Mrs. Villiers is a grulit
ato of a contcrv.itorv of music in Lou
(Mail Special to 'llie Adycrtiser.)
WAUiUKC, November lo. On Mon
duv night a quiet wedding took place
at WMsipu, when Miss Lcialoha Kaea
or liuelo, .Maul, liecaine the liriile ot
V. E. Coeikctt of Waikapit, tho popular
pervisors. Only tlio nearest relatives
were present at tl a ceremony. Itev. II.
P, Dodge pronounced the words that
imulo the hrippy young couple muu ami
ANTI-SLAVERY BILL IS
PASSED IN PHILIPPINES
MANILA, November As
I'oelatP'l ProHi Cllile to Star Bulletin)
After Itot 'opposition expressed lu
tilt tor dfbnto, mi null slavery bill wus
INtsffxl by tlie Phlllpiiluu lusembly lo
diy. The vote iiinit tho bill was
inn 1 1,
A. '. HHU oY Maui, who
hm Imd ittnrHiiK td rodentl court
trial juror, mi eMimxl Kntuntny
.v JuUJtfo IIMMM iron nil I her ier
'lc nl ttMrttl iiiH'ing Hm iifumooii
by Id tiimr Klliu far hit Vulle)