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VOL VI.. Ni ;7 HONOLULU. HAWAII TKKK1TOUV. NOVKMUKR 21. IMJ. WBRKI.Y. WIIOI.IS NUMIMiif 3863
T N
MESSAGE TO
WILSON
Belief 13. That Dictator Seeks
Terms for Abdication Rebels
Capturo a City and Prepare for
Advance Chester Steams Into
Vera Cruz and Report That Marines
Will Be Land:d Follows.
(Ily Federnl Wireless Telegraph)
BROWNSVILLE, Texas,
20. (Special to The
Advertiser) General Gonzales
is making a forced march to
Tampico, having captured and
pillaged Ciudad Victoria, the
capital of the State of
which the rebel leader
terms the "bloodiest battle of
tho revolution.' '
General Gonzales is less than
fifty miles from Tampico and
expects to join the rebol force
working north from Tuxpan
and throw about eight thousand
men against Tampico in a night
attack.
IS II
TO
(iiy Federal Whole's Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, November
20.- (SjmVhiI to The ilvertisor)
8"vmniirTif!iaSr
Gun. Louis Puentes,
who'luft horo hint timlit oi n mys
turious mission, is ri'iinrtotl today
to lie on his wny to tislimjitini
with a ini'ssiifje from lluerta to
'President Wilson.
Tlie supposition was tlifit lluerta
had a proposal to make wliii'liwjiH
a little short of uiieoiiditioiial retirement
that he could not make
to Washington diieet because the
Whiti House rcfusi'd to receive
any iiiersnire from him other than
announcement of his i estimation.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO, November 20.
(Special to Tre Advertiser) F amino
hundreds of residents in this
city. Supplies already are short and
prices so high that tho poorer classes
are compelled to stop buying necessaries.
HUERTA MESSAGE IS
TO
fMTV OF MHXKX). November 20.
My Associated I res ( able to St r llnl
lctiu) Tho new Moxlcnr. congics", re
eruited largely by (lenerul lluerta mil
under the. dnminatioii of the
inniued today,
TouighfFrBsldcnt lluerta pe sou.illv
re-id to the congress hi nine raided
iiiMsngtil on'itliu prWent erirls. In it
he-defends hU :t tx, piking up the fir
ciimstanees tuirruunding tliem, and links
tlio emigrem iiither In umictiun IiIk enn
iliut or (1 the for iair
Iiil' on nllulrs in the future.
The. illfltHtuf ' niwmige l" striking
one, inn), iukeii In I'lHijiiiU'liuii with
lertnlli 'iH'lc, uliiiws phili'K hi IiiIhu
Mini o litild tn mr iu Iuuk "
iibln. The imt )' In I'M rt :
"Tim lutUi llt'''Hllle III" iihui of In
kurrvtftliiii. ' Tlicrit hhi t lt when
(ho uiiViifHfUOIlt Muat ell her min'lil i
iirrvii pn ngMMiibli' of ileu iiiiu.ua
II iuiiHfe, er, wiWIiih llil klud of
)HilHr ifrulliuii, ppl lo lh'
piiiilM1! Mlliiwit viielii ile.lf.
'lt will lwvii pinr high ud
Mil m4 jnrf"Mi in miy yirew
uliitMfw l if I he urn iiu lb iufl prtii
I(M MtXtt, liMIM lu fii t in iu(l lu
HtltMUiij MWVMfll Mliuai jliUlt l l
IwU l'M ii". mi i , it uf 11m
tmUa'u Mlhju ilmi .,t i, Uui kiuhUmd
wbM lit mmit" ! ai i "mi4 (W
ii t$ min iim."
l REBEL SHARrSHOOTERS WITH FORCES
1
OF GENERAL GONZALES IN MEXICO
' m 'MX..fe'27
DR. 1 TING F.
I COME B
Offered Post' as Minister to Uni
Refuses,, Unless
tion Is jMado Ambassadorship. '
(liy Federnl Wirck"i Telegraph.)
SHANiWAI, China, November 20.
"Special to Tho Advertiser) t)r. AVu
DR. WU TINO FANG,
otel Chinco diplomat who may re-
urn to imiRMi states as auiunssadui
rin Fane, former minister to tlie'lTni.
ed States, win today offered the posl.
'ion of minister to Wnshint;tou. lie
refill eil unless tho ollleo Is elevated to
n Doctor Wu is
t liero hi retirement.
-I-
OF
(Ilv Fedeinl Wireless Telegrnph.)
WASHINGTON, November 20.
(hpeclal In The Advertiser) Secretary
Mryun iiiiliruttvil today that the
Hulled hn ten is awaiting the
nf Hie Mevlcaii iniigrifit before
uklug miy further te- lu the Mexi
an iluulliiu.
He uid that no iimtnirlliiiis "imin
UK H lerliuii dale" liiivn been sen! to
lirl i' dAirilires IJ rtuiugliiiiwky roil-
'Hfllilltl I III1 insllirf nr I lie AniKriiuii
Ullmts.
-.-s
ItUMORB THAT MARIIinS
WILL LAND AT VERA ORUZ
(HyJVlrIVirliMTl(grai)li.)
VI1HA 0IiW, Muxlio, Novttnbcr DO,
1 Tim Ailvrllr) llumori
bt( WB AluerlMll Ilr1ni will ha land.
A wm mslvel iiy miu (in
lmlLJ wu hm trvUtr Qbtr )u
Mhi into li NrUor.
FN
IS
BEGIN TO FULL
President Wilson, Sends Large
umber of Nominations
. r
to Senate.
(liy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Noxember 20.
(Special to,.The Advertiser i President
Wilson today sent to tie senato the
followiut; nominations:
Ilemy .M. Pindell of Illinois, as ambassador
to Itussia; (leoriU J. Fuller
of Wisconsin, as consul
Frederick M. DeerinK of M(s-soon,
secretary to the embassy to Madrid;
Illicit S. Gibson of California,
secretary of legation to Hrusscls: Gustavo
Scholle of Minnesota, secretnry
of legatiou to Havana.
Consul Generals Win. Hndley of New
York to Callao; Michael .). Hendrlck
ot New Vorlc, to Christiana; Knmsford
Miller, of New York to Seoul, Korea;
George 11. Scidmore of Wisconsin, to
Yokohnma; Itobert P. Giuis of Ohio,
to licrlin.
BOMBARDIER WELLS ,
MATCHED
(Py Federal Wireless Telegraph)
LONDON, November 20. (Special to
The Advertiser) The National Sporting
Club auuouuied today that Bombardier
Well, heavyweight champion oi
Fngland, has been definitely matched to
Lox George Curpentier of 1 ruuco on December
3 in this city.
WILHELMINA BRINGING
SUPPLIES FOR ARMY
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph)
SAN FlANCISCO, November 20.
f Kpe ial to The Advertiser) The
sailed for Honolulu today. A
eonsbleral lo tonnage of military stores
uud supplies for tho government forces
mid a larue shipment of iiinmiinltiun
are on board.
--'
HARVARD COACH IS
SURE OF VICTORY
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph)
CAM III! I IK IK, .Miissaihusi4ts, No-
vemiier 21). (Hierlul tu The Advertls
er) "The Hurvard football eleven
of 1013 Is going to be a record
hrriih'r ami will defeat Yule In the
fttuiliiiin Haturday," ('ouch llaiightou
tn'il a iiiiim ini'iliiig of Minli'lit to
night.
OFFICERS PREPARING
FOR ANNUAL RIDE
I fipnrnilui ate being uiuile lit the
llAifuurli'r of llm HuHiiliiiii Depail
(Went fur the Ullliulil lnl title lit ie
nlllrwn, ll In Mpfwtml lliol Mil lbs
Alrun hi tbU OspailweMl will ukp
lid fWe at llr imIIm mmm liw neil
TL vim, ll It uwlmlaml
Elli. m liMf) MikJji4 W Mi, lrfll
.' "Ill In' irtiily In n tJxii (lint.
COMMITTEE VOTE TO
REPORT GUHRENGY
BILL TO SENATE
(Itv Federal Wlrolcs Telegraph.)
WASHINOTON, .November 20.
(Special to The- Advertiser)
Uy a vote of set en to live tho
scanto bunking eommlttee voted
today to report to tlie sennto on
Sntifrduy tlio house Currency Hill,
together with the Owen and Hitchcock
amended drufts. The usual
explanatory report upon these lillls
ban nut I ci'ii made.
.. .
TO
BANQUET OVER
DISTANCE 'PHONE
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHlNlTONk No ember i!0. (Spo
rial to The Advertiser) Smntor
O'Oorniaii and a delegation from
ashed President Wilson to speak
over the telephone, to u banquet of the
elinml er of commerce of that city on
Deicinhcr 10, where telephones are to
bo arranged for each diner. The President
him promised do so.
SIR THKlPTi
g 4. -
'.
(liy Federal Vlro3 Telegraph.)
LONDON, November 20.
rial to Tlie Advertiser) Sir
" Thomas arrested at
Strcatham today for exceeding tho
speed limit In his automobile and
was lined $50.
JAPANESE CRUISER
OFF FOR MEXICO
Admiral of Navy Present as Vessel
Steams Out o Yokosuka
Will Stop Here.
YOKOSUKA, Jnpnn, November 20.
(Spedal Cable to the Nippu .Ilji)
With colurs flying nud signals of "bon
voyage" from the warships assembled
in this harbor, the first class cruiser
H300 tons drsjilaccmciit, sailed
this afternoon at 3 o'clock for tho West
Coast of Mexico, via Honolulu, with
Commander K. Moriyama In command.
Admiral Karon Salto, minister of the
navy, was an early arrival this morning
from Tokio ami held a conference on
board tho Id7umo with Commaudar
Moriyama, to whom ho gave the In
structions governing his mission lu
Mexican waters. Later Minister Saitn
stated that the destination of the Id-
zumo is Mnzntlan, on tho West Coast of
Mexico, and that tho mission of the
cruiser Ib entirely ono of relief in be
half of Japanese residents of Hint country.
According to tho modified schedule
the Idzuino will maintain a speed of ten
knots an hour and is expected to reach
Honolulu on December 5, or two days
ahead of tho schedule at first
The cruiser will remain in
the harbor of Honolulu for four days
t'aking on coal and water, and on December
1), the warship will leave direct
for Mexico and Mnzatlan, via the port
of Moii7anlllo. The cruiser Is expected
to reach Mumlim hv January 1 next,
She wl'l remain lu Mexican waters for
six months.
According to the original schedule
the Iiliimn was to have gone to the
port nf Santa Crn7, tho Pacific terminnl
of the Tehuantepee railroad, but this
plan was changed, making her ilestluii
Hon Mnratliin.
T
Mv IVileral Wlri'lio Telegraph,)
NT I.OUIS, Novemler SO. (HimmsI
tn The Advcrllwr) Thut I lie politlru
nr fit Wlill'l htnlix Is sliadlly rlimb
lug (liwiinl li higher planti wn the tl
liirntfun here Ivduy In wit mlilrws by
lnihiu )(inlfi, ivretiry nf the my.
HlHtukllig iiH I he IMrlrll'Ulflill (if sillll,
Mr U4iillt nihil
o iiiuri arf rjurthtiu 'ild ' Amer
Un. iViiillllmllijiu for niui.u(u
friw mIHiIj liicrt ore nuikt
Ijit lien, hihI I Mii bi'ltcr pullllml
k Ml iu1nMil t a ijy Kim jdurly."
Taft Condemns Philippine
Policy of Democratic Party
ii ii ii iiiim i in 1 1 1 -- ----- m ,,
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Y1ki Filipinos lire fur iVoiii
(Hy Fmlenil Wireless Tclcirrunli)
NEW YOUR", Novi'inlier 20, (Spcoitil to The Advertiser)
.Spenkiiif; on tlie sulijuet of 'Holdinj; (lie IMiilippinos" before the
Urooldyn Institute of Arts lust nif,'hl, former l'rcsident Tuft
the policy of the Wilson iidiiiinistnitiiiii as demonstrated in
tin' nets of fJovernor Oenenil lliimson since he took over the reins
ol government of the Islands early' last month.
In taking exception to the policies of President Wilson in grant
ing more powers in the goveininunt and legislation to the Filipinr
politicians, Tuft declared ihis action to he far in advance of the linn
of even the iiiimoiieh of self.roveniinent.
era
DAS
"
EOS 00
Officers Appointed to Conduct Examinations
in Honolulu for Pro-motion
of Medical Officers.
(Hv Federal Wirclefs Telegraph.)
WASHINO'iON, November 20. -.
.Sjieclnl to The Advertiser).
Army Orders.
Tho following hoards have been appointed:
Maj. Charh's It. Iteynolds,
'ajits. Clarence It. Colo nud 1'rcderick
3. Wright, Corps, to meet at
fort Sam Houston, Texas, for tho examination
of otllcers of the Medical
'orps for promotion.
I'rederick P, ltcynolds,
'apts. Win. K. Davis and J. 'Jovve,
Medical Corps, tu .ect at Honolulu for
the examination ot olllccrs of tho Medial
Corps for promotion.
,'lcrritto W. .Ireland and
Paul P. Strnub, dipt. Lloyd Smith,
-Medical Corps, to meet at Manila for
tho examination of olllccrs of the
Corps for promotion.
Machine gun board ordered to Kan-ias:
K. Hinds, Fifth Field
rtilleiy; Walter (I. Penflehl, Ordnance
Department; dipt. Win. Smedderg Jr.,
Cavalry; dipt. Prank N. Brown, Infantry;
First I.ieut. Austin (J. Pardee,
Nlntleth Infantry.
Cajit. Laurence Carson. First Cavalry,
transferred to Twelfth Cavolryj
apt. (1. K. Me.Nalley, Ninth Cavalry,
tr.msferred to l'ifth Cnvalry. dipt.
Henry M. Merriaui, Coast Artillery
'orps, ten dais' leave.
Navy Ordem.
Llent. D. P. WUkersham to tho Minnesota;
Lieut. L. I), lingers, from the
Hannibal to tho Florida; Lieut. C. M.
Yates, to (oiumaud the submarine
TJ"; Lieut. P. T. Chew, from tho
comuiniid of the submarine "F2" to
ommaiiil the submarine "Kll"; Anilst.
Surg, J, K. llassin, M. II. ('.,
The South Dakota will proceed to
Mare island from nan lilcgo illiout Mi
vember 20,
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
Tirri'AN, Moroece, Nineml.er Bo.
(Hpxtlul lo The AihirUurr)
lug finiii mi unrupluiie oullng tupedl
Ilmi luduy, Llciiliiiiiil llilrioa anil I'NP
hi I ii lluiinlriii Hrii llflul uu r of Ihulr
iMuiliine liaijly The itfaui
neie ImjI wlille lining oyer Ilia eneTnyV
miIIIiiii mill Imil wifely nlHiifiiTi 18
ii)i llm HjmnWIi mwp
-O
beiiif,' ronily for self-no vernnu'iit,
FOES OP ULSTER
ARMING FO F
Nationalists in Ireland Prepare to
D:fend Home Rule Against
Orangemen.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegrapli.)
DUBLIN, Novemher 20. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Li view of the fact
Hi' $ ( I
aim 1 1 mi a
SIR EDWAED OAIISON,
Leader of figjit against Homo Hulo for,
Ireland,
that tho Orangemen of t'lster are
funning uu armed volunteer force tu
resist Home Itulc, the Nationalists hivi
decide. 1 tu adopt the same tuctlrs.
A circular was sent to all meiiil err
of the national volunteer force today
tn secure and maintain the rights and
liherties eiimnioii to all the people el
Ireland.
.-
OF
IS ILL IN PARIS
(Ily I'eilsiiil WirelitoiiTiUgrflpli.)
PA KIM, NiuemUir lu. (Spe.lnl Is
I'lie Queen nf Miulu
iw li lflken wjlli a e'.je alUk
f Iwllucuw iiimI U In lil In tint Mule
Mile at I lie nt Mrtlrlie,
K
RFTER ELEVEN
Max Matson Avers ThAjSOiJyaa
Sent to Scttlement'','"Wiltiout
Boing Sufferer from liprosy
Interesting Report Read at
Meeting of Board of Health.
Kiev en, years or more ago Max Malum,
employed on a plantation on Maul
mil living uu a small adjoining farm
his wife ami c!ghl",children was
lechired to be sulTering from leprosy
mil sent to the Settlement at Moloka!.
lovcii physicians, after repeated
It is said, found the bacilli in
he blood of the afllicted man to
tli"!r diagnosis. Matson was jfiven
i cry care that is afforded to residents
if the Settlement and during tho elpven
cars his condition improved -until u
ew ago Doctor" Goodhue, Doctor
'rati Mil otlioi pii siei u 113 examined
he man, totted his bloyd'and found
hat there ivcro uu further traces of
lis former mnl.idy. die vvhs released
,nd went back to1 join the family which
in had left under such sad eondltlous
uore than a decade ago. The
had found him free of all signs
if the malady for which ho had been
leclared n sutlerer. He was
years old when he went to tlio
Settlement; yenrs old when
'le again greeted his family.
And after all this time Matson
according to n communication
lied with tho tciptorial hoard of health
it Its meeting yesterday, that ho was
lever a sufferer from leprosy, that he
"van detained and kept from his family
vithnut reason uud he asks the board
f health to muku restitution, to far
a such a thing is possible in n
way for the eleven years ho was
hut oir from his friends uud family.
Examined by Sovon Physicians.
An liivfglieatlou of tho records yes-
ierday showed llial "Matsua. had been
thbrouglily exainined liy a board of
even physicians, mining theut Doctor
Pralt, How preslilent of the lioard of
icaltli. The pn)iers showed that the
ill 1111 io detuils had been carefully
Rofcr.od to Attorney General.
Ho'vover, the board did not feel llko
ailing any action on iho ipiestiou
uud 011 motion of D.
seconded by J'. C.I Smith, the
'omii'iiuicution was referred to
fleneral Thayer for on opinion.
Three persons recently declared cured
it the Settlement yesterday tiled
tu he allowed to return to
us kukoas, ' Their rquests, nixm
ecommendutlon of Superintendent
wen granlel, One of tho
has resided in the Settlement
ilncu 1S!I0, having gona there when ho
otis nine years old.
There was n long session of the board
resterdny, President Pratt presiding,
ttoriiov (Iciieral Thayer, O. It. Carter,
. It. Keller, D. Kalauokiilanl nud F. O.
Smith being the other members pres.nt.
Health Conditions Good.
llejiotts from the Minitatlon olllccrs
on nil the other Islands were received
and showed not only a general improve
ment in health conditions nud the preva
lence of only a small amount of sickness,
but that iniich military work has
been done during the past quarter.
An interesting feature of Chief
Inspector Howmnn's report from
the Island of Hawaii was that showing
where .'11,000 rats had been killed in
that Island under his direction daring
the past thirteen weeks.
The report of the territorial food inspector
was also full of interest,
that portion rotating to his work
on Hawaii. It showed where hundreds
of articles of impure food had been destroyed,
improperly labeled drugs condemned
and other regulations enforced.
Dr. A. N. Sinclair's report of conditions
at Leah! Homo nud the progress
being made hi tlio fight throughout the
Territory against tho firent White
Plague, was full of interest to tho
board.
Health Exhibit a Success.
Nearly six thousand persons have attended
the health exhibit of slides nnd
moving pictures being given on the Is
Jund uf Onhu under tho direction of tho
board of health, F. Anderson, In charge
of the exhibit, submitted his report, giving
figures lu detail showing tho attendance
at the dilTerent plantations
and small settlements whore the pie
lures have been shown. Much Interest
has been lioivn lu the work hv the
and Mr. ndersoii reported that ho
b"lleve much good is being accomplish
ed.
Mr. Curler reported M'sti'rd'iV that ho
had alteiideil 111 if the exhibitions In
one nf Him small villages nf Onhu
and was surprised not only at
he iiHeudfil'cH but ut the interest taken
lu Him picture and the lectures,
Vent Thursilin bi'lni' 'PI i..iiii..n
"hv it Is prnluiHw the regular meeting
if the hoard will not be held until a
week from today.
VALE 8TILI. FAVORITE.
(Ily. Ctalnrul WlrvlM Tlgrapli)
;y In TI10 Ailvmllttir) llt'tiliii mid
lu llm fUlflUa ilUltti't uhi'll Ii4l
IhJ at u tu ulne In favor nf Yl
ililriml toduy in in tu seveb,
- .i'j tfl a. ' ftVUtifa 1 ijyil
iMMMtHmtmrnm - - m tLamnuumamm

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