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Albanian Prince
Problem
(Ily Kcdtr.il Wireless 'Iclegriiph.)
" V1KN.VA, Xoi ember 24. (Special to
The 4diertiser) It Is oxpeitcd that
I'rince Willi mi of Wied will iisiend to
or King,
For Diplomats
lbf new Allwnian throne, townnl thc.iioMr i'(i for tho new Balkan potentate
Mend of .liinnHii and tho question is
now being debated whether ho will lie
PRESIDENT POINC ARE'S
, DAUGHTER IN BALLOON
(Hi IVdenil Wireless Telegraph)
I UHTII, Xormiiiidi. nember 21.
(Hpecinl to The lift;
aihenturc of one hour on a balloon
oyugp, Mile. I'olncarn, daughter of I
tno I'rcsliiout of Irnnie, Janded nt
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H'HfcVI III nil' HIMIVUII IIIIWIV'I UI IMI"
limit Kuulfuiuu.
SEEKS TO RE-DISCOVER
THE SOUTH POLE AGAIN
(Ily IVderal Wirele.. Tlrab)
I.OMMIN, j...,Viiii(r
In 'llm Ailwrlistir) hir l.mM Khu'W j
lelon, lliv fttinou. A mil iidornf, wba ,
lenrhrsl "i'tirthwi Mflulh" Mum 'n
lulu Anmnilfi'ii ili4wivrMil Ik Jiouik
I'ule, miiiomirnl twluy llmt iiv i iilnu
nluu (ijintiitr Pnutli I'sU lUih, te Uik
liluco villlilu Iwu )itti,
"king" or only "prince."
Albanian patriots point out thut
their cnuutr.i has flic times tho pnpu
I itlnii nf .Montenegro, which housta a
lull blown King, nml that it would
to lo inferior in rank to Ills roiul
nclclibor.
LOOPS THE LOOP IN.AIR
U FIVE TIWES AND LIVES
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(Hi I Yd era I Wireless Telegraph)
' Ili:.'!)ON, r.nlaiid, .Nni ember
.'."I (Hpuiul to 'llm Adiertlser)
I.eo Tciiiple, mi Kng
HS1IIIINI1, llllllgll niOIIOlllllllO. IOOII
ivl the 'nop llm timcni hero todai
FORMER HEAD OF D, A. R.
REPORTED CRITICALLY ILL
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mioMIMlTuX, UHjiuU. Nu.wn
m, j l TliO Ailmrllr)
Mr, AilcinldB livllt)N, wlff nf tho
lurm' ,i'i l'Ml4i't, v,)m U iiH
I tirl4rti ttumi at a' )$uylit of
III AlHUrll'HU lliBlMUlHI. U rXINIlllrJ
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AFFNITY
ASSISTS EARLE
Warrants Charge Artist With Kid-
napping His Own Son
From France.
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(Hj IVilernl Wirclis Telcxrapli)
NI'W YOItK, Noemlicr Str(Sio
c!al to Tim 4uhirllcr) Ofllcorn nriuci
th wlrrnnt clinigiii); k!i1naiiitngwern
nwnllinj; louii, lierc nud in llcatnn, tlie
nrriMil or (lie liners
uiiil I'liilnnd, on ono of which
tlioy U'lieul they wonlil fiml Fcrill
nninl I'iiiikj Hirle, Charlotte, Herinim,
his nlllnit number three, nml llarlf's
nine jenr old son by his first wlfo, ho I
the lalr me moused of liavin stole)
from n Trench bonrdini; sdiool.
Tlw first Mrs. Knrlo Is n From-'
noinaii, nml hen slio nud Enrle mrtel
she took the son, nml ns soon ns he n
oil omiiu'h put him In u boirdin trhoo
nenr I'nris
lie disnpKared from there, some tim
.iiro, nml on retelling mi uppenl fioi
his frinllc mot' er the polite unenrtl e
eldenre tlmt ho hud left with 111
father.
III IT N IS
POLICE TACTICS
Witnesses In New York's Graft
Cases Threatened If Thoy
Testify.
(ly Keder il Wireless TUoRinpIi)
NKW VOIIK, Xoxnibor 24. (.Spit
ial to The 4dcrtiser) A caiupiln of
iiitimiilation, to prcicnt witnesses in
the polite swindler graft iuiestiKUtinu
from backing up their charges belori
the uranil inn, li.is bcon stinted bv
friends of the men whoso namci have
been ii'i iitinued in the confessions of
tho wire tappers. '
lA'erv ono. nt tho siiuealura has been
t51ij it will be V tor not irlmtfr,e
cording to DiHrict Attorney Whitman
"litmimbor what ,lmpponoil to Dig
.liitk" w.is tho warning giou to One
wltiuss. Ili .lack tllg, win shot to
de Uli in tho ttreet.
pet iTf'rass
GSUSES HOTEL SIEGE
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(lit IVdinl Wire'ess T. legr.iph,; ,
Mmber 24 (hpueml to The Ad-
orlis(r) tliih Desis, tno runs- i
inn intiess. who reutd n v
. tion wl tn si e uirixed iu this
try carrjing n pet h n, dolled the
) management of tho Hotel Mionlcy
today, when she mi ordered out
lecnusp she sinugled her hen nml
two Vorkshire territrs into hor
f npirliiu nts. which arc (u a state
ot ilcgc.
4 .
IS
TO ENTERTAIN ALL
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(Hi IY.ler.il Wirelss Telegraph.)
WASIIlNfJTO.N, Xoi cmler 24. (Spe
rial to 'Did Adiortlser) In order to
proiide suitable cutertnii.T.stit for for
eun niilltniy ollbers who will lst tho
I'aiinmi l'acllic liilcrnationni lixposi
tlou, the .var depirtment will Include
In its estimates tor 10IS ml appropriation
nt 25,yi)0, aciordlng to statements
of oHiiIrIj todaj.
The department desires to be
equipped to extend "ourtesies to for'
clgn oflliers who lisit the exposition
rimilnr to entertaiumi uts retell ed b)
Aii'erUnu olhclals when they visit Kit
rope.
SUFFRAGETTES CONTINUE
DESTRUCTIVE CAMPAIGN
(Hi . lYderal Wircl s Telograpli )
IIIIIMI.VOIIAM. I.ii;ImihI, Npuiiibir
"4 In 'I he dli rtlmr) The
Midliud Ilallwai klalloii lit CiisIIk
llromwirli, n Hibi'rb, was partially iu
stioiKH hi lire nv suiiriigirei, uu i
1 1 niiids lliriiilening the ilestrilttliui Of
nil nil will ut miles lulus are
gnen to women, werr found In tho
in Mill)
TUR0O.QREEK TREATY
IB RATIFIED AT LAST
(Ily l'Viiil WIiiIxm Tt')i'grui)i.)
uj.veTA.S'TIMQIM.H, Noviilier 11
"(itUWlllI Id 'i AilMllH'f) TImf
tMillun in till wl U TuruUrN4i irwl)
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VOL VI., NO. 178 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY, TUlJSIMY,a .NOVUM IlKR 2 1U3 WEKKLY. WHOLE NUMBER 38(54
1
TIDE OP BATTLE T
Desperate Attack by Huerta's Army,
Under General Salazar, Finally Repulsed
by Rebels Under Villa
Eli l'ASO, Texas, Nine'inber 125. (Hy AsMioititeu Pi ess Cubic)
Nen from the Held of b.itlle, miles south of Juarez,
nciohs the Rio Ormide Ilier, indieates that a teuific battle was in
j ogress all of yestciday between
General Poncho Villa, and the Fedeial ainiy nndcr Geneial Salazar.
Iien Geneial Villa mm died
of victory, but the flist lopoits fiom the field of battle ,, cstet dny were
that the Fedeuils made a simult.ineous attack on the fiont and ripht
mid left flanks of the lebels and drove them back.
At the beginning of c battle
unnDUIiDED fmmknL mmm.
pulsed and then the counter attack followed. Lute renin ts last
night wcie to the effect that the tide of battle bad again turned
and that the command of General Salu.ar was sutiounded by the
8000 men of the rebel army.
It is bclieu'd beie that a second bloody battle will lie fought
today.
BATTLESHIP LEftVES
FOR T
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegnph )
VERA CRl'Z, Xoenibei -(Special
to The Adeitisir) Th
battk'Hhip New llampshue left th
hut bur for (rl'ii.pan tliis csening
The situation at Tuxpan is said U
be lecidedly grae as the lebeli
insist on holding the Pearson Ci
propei ties and have hinted at pos
Hible danger 'to foreigneis in th
district.
A small band belonging to the
foice of tly Constitutionalist gen
oral Aguilar, has bioken up the
camp of the Eleetm Mills C'om
jinny, n Iliitish coneein at Sala
deio, taking eveiytbiug it con.
tuiucd. General Aguilar is still
demanding money conti
the oil company.
The lcfugee colony in Vein Cm
was considi'iably diminished tonight
by the letuin to Mexico
City of about sixty Ameiicans, including
many women.
FEDEMLlilES
REPORTED BY HUERTA
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF .MEXICO, N'o ember
21, (Special to The Adveitiscr)
TheMexican goeinluent
today that Geneial Nava
lette, the fedeial commander, hue
leached Victoria, the capital of
Tammilijius, Saluiday, and it
lieved that city.
Eeiy efloit within their jiowei
is being utilized by Hueita nut
his cabinet to conceal fiom tin
Mexican jiublic the disastiou4
stiaits of the goveriinient. The
defeats of the Fedeials mc tuiiiec
into victories in oflicial announcements
and explanations accom
jmnying the diastic relief mens
ures, which rc ot such chmactci
"as to make it appear they me be
iug taken fun the good ot the jiop
ulace.
Geneial Hlaniiuet, iu speaking
lor his chief, declined today thnl
the goveinment is, confident Jim
i iiv will again bo in the possession
of the Fedeials before the end of
the piesent week. The jmpcrh
which me under strict censoishij)
leceived this infoimatiou fiom the
minister of war, '
Geneial Villa's lebels wen defeated
at SiiiimljiU'ii, State of Chi
Illinium, and weie iu letieat when
they icceiu'd leinfoieenieiils from
Jiiaie.
' refugeesTellIf
(11 IVdml Wind Tli(.T'h )
!iAII)0Tomi, Nmviiibvriil
(Siiflulul It) Tho .SilvuiiiW) .
l'lfltv Ai!iyilijiiii hiii two hundred.
iinun o o
KNH.
W....W, q , 0
S
the Constitutionalist ainiy, under
south on Sunday he ih confident
the attack by the lebels was re
.l'3lH,BIFVIa,K9iki i nBWI
' xltitrti& $j'.4. ' " wBPKSSKjlrwnl II HllxSIH'i
UNITED STATES TROOPS ARE ON THE ALERT.
n tlie upper p.mui is shown a guaid of United States tioops oji the 1.1 1'nso side of the biidge to
Jiiiiio, Ueejiing a keen eye on the doings of the lebels. In tho second panel is shown a de-
taebmcut of United States troojis marching to theii statiois, .fuel in the lower is a view of the
piineijial bridge to Juaie. Tho iews weie taken just after the cajituie of the town by Villa
.Mexicans, all lGfugccs, m lived
nen today on the (itst National
Railroad train that has come fiom
Iexico in inoi e than six weeks.
They came from Monterey and
Ton eon, mid decline that
south of the Rio Oiande aic
teriiblc
The lefugees included men, women
and child) en, all of whom
were held until train service could
)i lestoied, They said the lowon
Musses iiie'iiianifesting dislilco foi
United States citis'eiis.
i
PRESIDENT HOPES FOR
SOLUTION OF PROBLEMS
W.felllNCJTO.V, No ember U.
Il Abonriuted J'res (.'ublo to Slur
Hulletlii) ItvitfriitiiiK hl ileilitrntioii
of tho last fow da) a that tho power of
ieiioriil lliiertH U iriiuiblliiR, I'renbleul
iViImhi nitiiln it plain to iiietluner tu
I in that he hopet for an early tolii
iu of koine of tho inol ttigluj; pruji
ii'ini of tho pretrnt crlil.
I'riinliltiiit W'llc)ii, to irn t) Ills nuer
Ilium thut lluerla It fnut Intlui; u(hiiiI.
loi lit h In lit) publli.tiiiii of fnliu mid
iiiiirntl iiipoin In thu new jpjpurii nf
ne Mfxleuii Millul (lint hii I'liltul
HIhIimi will won rf(ynlro iji llucrlu
;OVlfHlllp(t
A farlUutuiuu IHOxiUt by llm I'l'n
Idtlit wJU IntliiOf A full Hti!incii oil
Dip MttiMlli lilUHtflil mii J iluvrlaji
IHI'Ilt".
BE
n
(llv J'edernl Wireless TelecrnplO
WASU1NOTON, Xo cnilier 21.
(Special to Tho Aihertlser)
Tho go. eminent will inestignto
tho liitih cost oT 1IIiir. Attorney
Clenernl MellcynoMs today issued
instructions to all federnl district
attornevs to begin at once n sneep
Inir innuirv into cold stomce ion-
illtions. Tho probe will bo initlini
wide.
Tho purposrof the inicsligitiou,
ns outlined by tho attorney Ren-
oral is to ascertain whether tlioic
Is concerted nclion lictweon iiiin
it mission merchants nml others to
Increiso tho cost of the necessities
of life. The soaring of i'krs nud
butter this season Is belieied to
bo the (nuso for Hi's nction.
H-s
i 'S LUST
CHANCE TODAY
Believed There Is Little Hope Of
His Confirmation By Senate
Hereafter.
l'uless !., 1." I'luklmiii U loiiflrmcd
as Ooernor of Hawaii today, or tomor
row nt the er) Ihteit, thcro uonM seem
to be but n slim chanie tint aitlon w'l
bo taken at this special session, which
is oflicinlh known us tho firt tessloi
of the sixtj thin! ionpress, was th
opinion evpiessed yesterday ly n iium
Iter ot students ot pnlltital nH.iirs.
Anordli g to Oieir view, longress wil
uljoiirii nt an iarl hour todu, owlnu'
lo the fact tint the fourteenth Whlti
House wedding is on the uirds for to
day, that of Mist .lo'sie Wilson, danli
Iit of the President. The session to
morrow- will bo but a erfunctory one
is there is ThniiksgiUng Day duo ot
he following day and iuot ot the mem
beis nf luiigress Hio live within giU
.ingJiomeillstanco will wniiytiiBt
,iway for Uielr Thnn'tsgivin.ilinner.
It;is -my likely thnt whpn cougres
meets tomorrow' it will tnko a rfie'
until Mondu), when tho second scslo
of tho thl) third longros roinunvr
Iu fm t, tno reees may le taken todnj
for after '1 h uvksghlng Diy then' w I
be mill two wniking ilujs, Trlilnj mi
Siilurda.i, belcre tlio setond session ol
longtess meets.
This 1 elug the nise, unless I'lnkham'r
iiominiitloii is colinruieil todni, it mni
lapso and the matter will be closed
no fir nt the present session of con
greis is tondirnel. With the toiiieu
lug nf tlio MMQiil session tho Preiiduit
'f he still Insists on Piiikhnm for In
wall's Uoiernnr, will huie to send hi
lomliiutinu to the senate nil oicr nguiti
as if it was for the tlrst time,
n some ijinirters it is felt that i
I'liiklinui's nomination lapses uov
(hrougli tho noess to bo taken by ton
dress, it will let the way rpen foi
President Wilson o think u second
'line, and that lie nut nominate some
ono else who has mnic barking in lln
Wmi and wline iimiio will not onU'
he opposition in the senate that Pink
lining has. It miij be pointed out bj
'he friends of the President that th
latter has ilouo wlmt ho could for lib
first choice, nud failing in ol taininu
his confirmation during the sjiccIhI kcs
si on it was thought licit for nil ton
erned that n new name be sent to the
senate,
Tho possibilities urc many in this ro
speit, and there is mi lack of preod nts
in the past to uphold this ilew.
f
x r
(H lYderal Wireless Telegraph ) v
.NUWIMHT, lllimlo Island, .No
i ember 21 (Hiioela to The Ad
lertiser) Tho torpedo practise
ship VcMiiius, ulileli Beried ns n
djiinmito ship during the
Ish Amo'lrau War, was ruumed li
a submnriiie while tho two boats
were (bunging berths in tho hnr
bor hero today, Desperate work
with pumps silled tho Vesuvius.
inflfllflfFoT
PARTISAN OF SULZER
(llv lYdernl Wir'JuM Tiliiriili )
M!V VOItK, Nni her HI (Hn
inl In The Ailveillmir) The giiind
jlirv lliln ullniiiuiin mluriMil an linllut
ilii'iit HK'ilnsl .Iium K. .Mflnlii, lunuof
iiiuynr oi ayrunu.ii, lur lllfgany muan
tag Himie)' (fit Uutnnior Sliibir's mju
imlyi' fram Illlinorn Cbiulll. Kuw Vnifc
tuiriii or the 1'nlati OJI rsiiiiwiiy of
Tillforlfl,
A wurrul "" lwwl fjnr UnUulre't
yriMl II U Mid te U In &iuti
AinnrUti.
GOLD LACE AT
WEDDING TO
DAZZLE
Dean of Diplomatic Corps Issues
Orders to All Representatives of
Foreign Nations to Wear Full
Court Dress and Emblems of
Rank at Wedding of President's
Daughter in White Houso To-day.
'
BRILLIANT SCENE AT
Rich Dining Room Set Is Gift of
Mr. and Mr3. Wilson to Miss
Jes3io Wilson New York
Working Gills Join In Present
of Fancy Underskirt for Trousseau
of White House Bride.
(Ily lYderal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, tfoicmlcr 2 1.
to Tho Aditrtiser) That nil tho
plendor of White Housn widdlngs will
ho repeated tomoirow was ussurcd when
.. dussernnd, tho ambassador from
Frnuie and de.iu of tho diplomatio
corps, uniioiinc'il thnt nil diplomats
would wear their full court drcs nt
tho icremony.
if, Jusseinnd sent word to this effect
.o tho stato department, nud nlso notified
members ot tho diplomatic corps
thnt the' full state uniforms, with all
iiublems' of rank, and other
. ourt jrognlju, would tio uu aiceptod order
ut tho ceremony i'i a compliment to
'.lip President rs ?ainlly.' r
Army nnd Nmj officers will also bo
u full uniform.
'llm wedding present of I'rosldent and
VJriL Wilson to.tlss .le'slo Wilson will
V u sl.'iO'i dining room furniture suite
f tolnniiil design. 'I his wus uunouncod
it tho Wliltc Houso today.
Present From Working Olrls.
N1JW VOItK. Novemlicr 21. (Simi--Ial
to Tho Adiortlser) As pirt of
'hit troussinu, Miss Ji'ssio Wilson will
lnie u linen underskirt, inndo for her
' V four hundreil working girls in tills
Jty. Thrte of thein started for Wash.
ugton this afternoon to deliver the
klrt to Miss Wilson.
They rote to Miss WJlon, and tho
'resident's duiKjhtor replied that sho
iniibl bo di'llghtel to rectiin the gift
Hid tic donors at tho White House.
10 RlilOf E
0LDNAVY YARD
Marines Will Be Stationed At Pen-
sacola Headquarters For
Torpedo Boats.
(IJ) Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, Noiember 21.
(hpecial to Tho Adiertlser) Tho secretary
of tho naiy today announced
lint 1.10 marines will leaio
on tlio truusport 1'rairio for
Plurida, probably Friday.
This movement of marines Is tho
1rst toward Irlling up tho I'ensacola
Vaiy Yard for uso us nn ml t uncoil
base for the naiy and inarlno corps.
'J he iniiriues will bo set to work Im
nieillatily improilng tho uuvy jard
and reniloring It .fit to rccchc a dills-ion
of tho torpedo destloyers, iihith
will uso I'ensacola us a base this
,
Iu Jnnuur tho inariutM from I'onsu
coin will participate with tlio licet in
extrtlses olf I libit and l'urto ltiio.
IS
STUCK ON SAND DANK
(ll.v rwli'ial Wirelivss Telegraph )
YOKOHAMA, NohmuIht i'l
i Iul Iu Tho AiiviiH.ur) With sixty
pansviiu'ri aimurd, mo.tly
Anivrliiiiiis, llm stMiu.hlp MiniicuU,
rium MhiiIIii u Hfnillo, IU llnni'kuuK
4 ml Vnlu)liani!i, wi'iil yurouiiU lnf y
I unlay on a wiiilbuiik In llm Kirulis of
UllllDAUiHUsil,
T."r 9fM tlif'.VMliDiil Hid iluy
witlioul iiwiii TN (i nil it not In
M ilaugmuui (wslllmi,
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