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Twentieth Infantry Will Bo
to El Paso, Texas, to Defend
City from Possible Onslaught
by Victorious Ecbels Pending a
Settlement of Affairs at Juarez.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
26. (Special to The Adver-User)
In response to the request
from Gen. Taskcr H.
Bliss, the Twentieth Infantry,
at Fort Douglas, Arizona, was
today ordered to El Paso, Texas,
to protect the border city,
pending the settlement of affairs
General Bliss, in his telegram
to the secretary of war, declared
the border patrol of cavalry
should not be weakened, as he
did not have enough troops
there to defend El Paso
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON. November i(i.
(Special to Tin" Advertiser)
The reported victories of the Constitutionalists,
south ami east of
Juarez, have temporarily diverted
NYasltinuloii from the situation in
the City "f Mexico for tlie lime
The. details of the battle revealing
barbarities and cruelty on
both sides are expected to shake
Wilson's faith still more in the
ability of the Carrunxa faction to
establish or maintain constitu
tional povermucut in -Mexico. :)
(Hy 1'cderal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MKXICO? November H
'26. (Special to The Advertiser)
Two thousand Federals, many
oi! them conscripts, commanded
by General Joaquin Mans Jr.. left
here today for Vera On, where
they will board transports for
Qeueral Hhiiiipict declared the
government is only carrying out
its pledge to protect foreign lives
and property iu sending "fresh
-troops, to Tuxpan and Iluastaca.
(Ily I'ederal Wireless Telegraph)
CITY OP MEXICO, November L'fi
(Special to The Advertiser) Leaders
in the Mexican congress today
the committeo in the chamber of
deputies, to which the lull granting a
railway companion to a IWgiaa syndicate,
had been referred last night, to
liasten action, as it is through this
medium that lluerta hopes to raise
money to carry on his government.
It is predicted that aflirmative action
lie taken within a week mi
that lluerta could secure tne first payment
of $.")(),O0o promised for the
lights to be granted.
NOTED ASTRONOMER LOST
TO WORLD OF SCIENCE
(Hy I'ederal Wireless Telegraph)
LONDON, Not umber 2(1. (Special t,o
TIjc Advertiser) Sir Uoliert Il.ill, who
made astronomy popular by lectures, is
dead today, follow in;; a loiig illness. Sir
Ifobert was widely known as a wit and
could always attract larger audiences
man aiiy otiier scientist iu Europe.
(Hy I'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 20 (Special
to The Adverser) President Wil-
son will atteud tho Army and Navy
football game in Now York next Sat
urday, Ho will see tho rniiup from tlio
Army tide during one half and from
the Navy side the other.
Tho President will probably leavo
New Vork lata Saturday nlRht", reaching
Washington early on Sunday. "
(Hy IVdiral Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW VOItK, November 20. (Spe
il to The Advertiser) "Militant"
methods used by women, who struggled
to 'bid Iter fa rem HI as slip sailed
for England today, called forth sharp
rebuke fron, Mrs. Eininelino Piinkhurst.
"Militant 11101110-1 are not needed
liere," klic wild, mid joatllujj by (lie
Mr. Paukuurnt uiilvd Willi JSO.OOO.
tho proceeds of her loeturw In the
(Hy l'mlvrnl WlridM Tvlvgrupb)
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Tlm AdvvitUer) Mrv. JUlttO May
Katoii, recvutty mipilltml of dIjooUk
tier liuiluinil, Hear ilnilr Jovtph '
IJutOII, is ill wriuus rugiOiiii hue
today. KuQViluy, from nil ludleminii.
from th" plTwt (if tlm turn .h.k
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Rebel Leaders Who Have Won Victory
QEN. PANCIIO VILLA AND 111(3 IIEADQUAKTEKS
Heading fiom loft to right: Itudolfo I.,
(Ily 1'odornl Wireless Tolegrapli )
EL I'ASO, Novembnr 20.
cinl to The Advertiser) To a
trumpet fanfaro of victory, and
riding in a raptured passenger &
coach, General 1 .ineho Villa '!
turned to .Ilinrer. toda3
Kollowing Villa's train were f
four others, numbering ninety-two
ears in all, ami bringing mure !:
than jpve hundred prisoners and j
the spoils of TiijL.victory. i
"Salnurf' began Villi, and he
seemed to hiss the words. "Oil, l
he escaped me; but ho is wounded I
My men say he is shot through tin) i
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rear ami on to vmmiaiiua. ' 'f
Governor of California Says Ho
Would Go It Alone, If It
(Ily I'ederal .Wireless' Tojegiaph )
SAN i'KA'NYl.Sl O, November 2b
(Sioiial tA The At a Progressive
dinner last njfcl't, oernor
llirniu .lohiisou said:
"If necessary, 1 will go on nlono
until the principles of I'rogrcssivism
have been carried out to tho full in
While Ooveruor .lohii'jou did "not
inalxi any open doclaiation lespoctivT
to ins canuniacy lor governor, at mo
next election, he iiitiniatil that ho
would remain in the field to carry on
tho fight, if the pollfical situation Hindu
it neccbsan. ..
TOO MUCH HIGH FINANCE. 1.
NKW YOltK, Noeml(er 20. (Uy Ac-
sociated Press t'iOlj to
.lames I'iiji', former confiireutlal elerk
for John V. Clates, the cadtalist now
dead, was airesleil today clmigeil 'wltli
forging (rt'iipral Klectric Compain stock
certificates -on wdiieh ho has obtained
a loan of fJHO.OOl).
(Hy lVdcrul Wireless Telegraph.)
IlKOWNflVILIii:, 'IVMis,'1 Xo ember
2(i. (Special to Tho Advertiser) The
capture of Victoria by the .Mexican
rebels was:noitfirinpi tilibij Xty persona
wU.n arrived from there by. automobile.
Thi-y ttato that tlm rapital -has fallen
ami two thousand rt'diiraJi4ho were
marching to letake it were defeated by,
tne onstitutlonalists at Ingraeia.
Tho cannon wrested from the Tederals
are being taken to Mutnmorus.
(Hy Feilcrtil Wireless TylogiApli.)
(JOSPOItT, Kiiglnu," Nirtvmber 20.
(Sl'ecial to Tho Advertiser) In tho
presence of Sir Thomas l.ipton nml u
few friends, tho eight-ton louden ke'el
of the Shamrock IV, which will lace
for tlie Amenta's cup, was laul today
a the jards of Clmrlus
Mchglsou, tlje designer ot the jaeht.
AVIATOR LOOPS THE LOOP
TVICE AT SAN DIEGO
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN D1IXIO, California, Norimibdr
20 to The Atlvertlser) Lincoln
Hi'Mchey, airniau, aesteriU looped
tlp loop own North Islam! twice. At
110 lime wks I licit' nu lo uf control
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GALE GUTS OFF WATER.
HAN FHAN I wil, Not uil or 20.
(Hy AsMHiuletl l'iu Cable to
V li. southwest aU) tm
Uy viiiMuid the Knit Wtr
CHibnu.v ' mi ke plpvt and pier south
at the cliff Huiisp. stippljiug Ih'e Lur
Iih Imtlu vittl ilHuipif ('lob pool,
WAftUIMiTllV, Nowtuiuof -It. (I1.J
HutiHWi Press 1 abl 10 Mar Hullf
lint (.nil. 1.1 n uiiumui i iht' until
1 " the titulrilivtli" hi I'iiiI Iijiii
! 'flir .., iuj lutl; U...-11 Iu
if lour nr 'tuiriiilltlloii
Mum lip 1 in mil mi. bttsliU' bill
Mn. 11. 1. mil , , , 1 il,1i, ill fill ult
ll.i t u.iUlli .tin 1.
lierro, den. rnnelio Villa. Oeii. Joc I.,
and confidential ndvitor to Ocucrnl Villa.
N V A V. .. ,l . . ' i .wlriiklAlitZQfij?
S0EN3 IN CITY CF CHIHUAHUA
which place tho defeated I'ederal troops, are with their wound-01)
leader, (leneral S'al.i'.ir "
BB :; $ -ft t M 1
(1S IVderal Wireltss A
CIIH'AUO, November 20.
to The Aihertiser) TJy "I-
u oto of tliiity fuur to twenty- t
two, lollowing a bitter debate. r
Prohibitionists:, repreeiiting all -S
the temp'nince suei.ies of the !i v
Pitv, deeidod not to "l)r. 1
Cliicigii'' 1111 issue ol thu spring
of l!ll I.
H :; H. :c fll
nmaKi.ua n UAHuiiu has
(H. Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HOMHAY, India, Noxember 2r
(Hlieeial to Tlie Advertiser) Mniitt Allen,
the America!? is sulleriug
froni.,1 strained teinlon in her right leg,'
sustained iu her first appearance here.
She will be unable to appear for a fo.
MAY WORK OVERTIME.
WASHINGTON, November 20. (Hy
Associated Press i'able to
tin) The Democratic conference today
agreed that congress will forego the
t'kiirtinns iccess unless the currency
legislation is completed. The conferes's
will meet daily and sit until eleven
o'clock nt n.lght with two hours for
dinner, according to the present plan.
(Hjf, Kdrrn,l,,Virqles Tejegiiviih.l,
PAIllSNnvonrtor fill. (Spoeinl to
The Adveitiser) ) Pomtesi .les Court
v as lobbed ot a bag coutaliiin; r .. rwirl 1
necklace valnetl at' iJOOO. The lhdiee '
witbln two hours inptunVi a hauduMuo
jfirl in the act at fouling another
Oil Mug se?ihod tjio Ccuutesse's
reaihi mid mntu other purse wvrv
round In liar clotUsK.
1 1 'S "- 11
(Hy KtxUn.1 Wirclev, Tvlegrapti)
ANCOFV16M, N.ieniber !.(('
vtiil to TUo Jfew Zva
nuti rugby tvMOi won Iu Aal gunk ot
tuv tour tiMty, omevtiug vanciuivuf
V si)rv oi 1,4 ui 11,
Tls UW Wvv for New 2l.ild "
the t.vr NlvgpM tmuurruw, tich
Is due to rvNvh LUinuIuUi un KvVM
imii.wvy ou'ppii nyiwnu.
I"HT IK'IOIf, Nuivwiw
Mi AmMIiI Pies I vlilv to 1
mtti llidliilui Thtl iiiyml Trunk ril
M" ltu. Iiftc wt'i. Ii.li.iit.l ,t Art'
I' 'I l I I'l llltr .. I 1,11 , i , , ,.,
I I ' M I l III' '! Il III . 1 Ml t I
Wrilrli.i, aj ! .1. F. (larcia,
4 i'fi si: &
(liy Wireless Telegraph.)
l)AVi.M',OljT, Kiiglaiid, No-,
n;iiiln r (i (tl'Ccial to Tho Ad-
ji'rtist 1)- Tlii largest waiship in
mo won. 1, uie isriusn
nought nrinte, was biiccessfully
liijliiehetl li'ire (odny.
11 cairns :i full battery of
guns. Tlie ocuilpineiit
tilwi int'liiilt's gnus for fighting oUT
ult.1il.if by aerojijanes.
'ViSIUN(inN, Nuyemlier 20. (Special'
to Il'he Adveitiser) Army orilers:
The follow my (banges in tho ordnant;o
tlepirtial'iit h.ivo, been ordered: .Ma,j.
Ileri'ian W. Sihull, Aiseunl at
New Ymlc, (u rrankfort Arsenal,
I'bilnitiilpliin. M)ij. W.-.1. UawUins,
I'rauKfo'rt to Arsenal at Governor's
Island,. NVw Yorkj I.ieut.'Col.
day p. UoITt r. proving ground al Sandy
IIonR, New .lersey, to tlm arsenal nt
Wittervliet, New Yorhj First Itieui.
M. proving ground nt,
Sandy HotiK, to the arsenal at Philadelphia.
(jther orders: Contract Surgeon John
N. errifl , t'.etailod to army transport
norvleo wit'i vlation nt Pun Francisco;
Second liie.it. Augusthi jr. Prentiss,
Sevouth Ca. li;-, to pjiort lit "Fort
Hunt, Viigii.iu for xexamini)tion and
transfer to iho Coast Artillery Corns.
"Yhn following first lieutenants of tho
Corps nro to report to tho examining
bn.ird at .Honolulu for
1 in promotion; Alhert I.
CJarn. Si-.n Ffaiielscot. Sanford II.
iWITtfcuQU, J!, lluntiugton, .lames F
dQhutcn..ilUi!A'lliJ.viSJa0i;iali3, Ieo. C.
Mndd, .frieph"(. 'Sftid'Sliiy I).
U). lluberi I.HiilUird, Twenty sixth
Juivatry, to the Walter Heed Hospital
nt Wmibuicioii, fur trtiktmeiit; Acting
SurBifcHi Kiiimett P. Vatvel, 10 the
of Moiitem)'; Acting Dental
Surjteea I'm it. llryiiut, to Fort bam
Houston, Tt us; Cpt. Frederick S. U
Prise, Kiul.iti Irtfnntry, Ivuve extended
Ull , '
LjMt. iaiiMUuu)r II. I. curtiii, to
uit Nutvl Ai'Kdiiiii.Vj Ast.
ltanaii A. II, Mv, ti tkfl wiiy yard,
riKjkU'lliI' I'awtM Asf. Isujiuiler
Ui. Inn, "uw innl yt MSte Is
Uudt rmi .un ship vl 1'i'Mtsl tmiil ;
PMMd Ao.1 I'umv.tvr V, I). Siauloy,
mmMhk .1 I' lt .'ill M' I, I'l IV Ui)
.Hind Psssul mI, I'n)
vouitor lv Mtlvt4l Iii lilts Nltvul
Vwtiwv 1 I .1) Miami r II. '. Mhitff,
iu ft ' i ,uiU. nj SMvil.
A. I. P M ir HuiiIb IIihiisIoup, ID
II . Ill" . , V -i I '.i nun. If 1 M M
Mill... 1 id lluiU'Upl lu Die
ARE TOO MANY
Daughter qf President Swamped
With Presents and Home
Won't Hold Them.
( Uy Podral Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINOTON, November 2B.
(Special to The Advertiser) Mijny of
the wedding- gUts showered 'upon itr.
and Mrs. Kraucis II. Snyfnjjrlll hava to
bo put in storage, the, homo which tbey
are gobig to occupy at Vllliatnstown,
Maachisctts, witl'ubt bo able to
Coninlridatc the 'flood of prcscntl
c.ei,reil fjy the unn ptlplc
The' gifts are; (till vjni disjilay aj, Jllie
WTntu ilouse and ane,mbe,r o
act who ycrj .unablo see, tliqm
ystjerdny were, invite jl. ,by, itrs". Vii-on
todato Idsliec.tlicm The Wklo
I louse becfjme transfoTifici tq'dayj,f,rrrn
iin sjucmior qnu uvaiuy ok ycsiuay
it was abruptly returned to jts rrPM'c
place. Scores oi, ivotlimqii "carte a,wjy
tjhe big palms, and, ferns and tfio executive
mnnsuui y, BI19H .of its decorations,
The ipicstion 01 tbe lijis pf all U,
'MVfiero hac Mr. jjniiljrs, Bayrp gp.ne
to spend their honeyruoon.t'' It Is now
definitely understood they wil(siil br
Europo 111 a few (lays to Mturrj to. fhgir
hnijio in WiHiamslown, , In .Innuary.
T'licy will be. at Uift Army and Navy
toolball game iii. Now Vork, Saturday.
CiUWar yetoraii; and Pastor;.!
sw,ers the Last Call.
SANTA 'IvOA',, Cnjlitornla,, NoVembc'r
1 2. :A 11 ot b 9 x veteran of,' the Civil War
has answered Vie-last-roll call and been
mustered oijt itli lionoi;. ' ,
Another, veteran . vho 'haa idld aloft.
t -mi 't ' 1 1
the banner of Christ for ho.lf.a,
who has fought tho good figh and won
many a battle against sin has heard
tho benediction qf the master: "Wel
done, thou good and, faithful servant;
enter thoii into the joy of thy Lord.1'
Iiov. .1. A. Cruzan vvas released from
his sullerings at eisht o'clock "tuesdh
night, November 11, 1913, his splendid
Vitality yielding at last after many
ilnys of suirerlng. His health had "been
loor lor several yean", but tho
of his earthly afllictlons came
when he sustained a fradturo of a hip
bono through falling on the steps, ot
tho public library.
Iiov! .1. A. Cruzan has residfcd on a
ranch in the. .Iciuiings tract, just
thfs cify, for, 'the past three years.
He is a pioneer minister of this coast",
comiiiu to Portland, Oregon, in 187a.
Ha was born in Cross Plains, Ititdey
county, liyliauirj and was seventy-three
years of age at tlie time of his death.
At tho uge of twelve years he, ctitcre'd
a nowspnper ollice and at the age of.
twenty ho was part owner and 'editor
of the paper.
lie served during four years of the
Civil War,' volunteering' from Iowa,. He'
terved under Ocncral (Irani anil was
for the last ypar of his sorvJca attached'
After tho war ho graduated from,
Iieloit Collcgo ami entered the ministry,
Ills first Important past,orato being in
Portland. Ho went lrom there to Honolulu,
where he spent six years. lie-turning
lrom the Islands, ho was pastor
ot tho Third Congregational church of
San Francisco tor a number of years'
Biography of Useful Career.
Deceased wiw mado a Master Mason
in Williums'port, '.Pcniisylvania. Ho
maintained his connection with tho order
for many ycars taking a demit
from San .loso lodge' only a few- years
age,- lu Ilouolulu Tju was givoii membership
in Oahu lodge as 11 mark of-appreciation I
for his, or;jtioit on the
death of President .Inijies A. (inrficld.
In ,1003 ho entered the Unitarian
pastorato and after two years of
ivico iirSan .Ios,c was appointed Pacific
Coast Field Hcprcsontativc of tho American
Unitarian Association, which,
post ho held until, his retirement from
active, service tvvo yenrsago.
He. is survived by a widow, two sons.
))onad Kvans. Cruzan of, this city', ami.
Attorney Jlvolrf ide Uruzan ot ban
1 rainitsco; a (laughter,); Ivlitn (Jruzan
Fickenscher, now of Horlin, OcrTnnnj;;
a sister, Cllcu Cruzan Taylor of Napa,
and a brother, William II. Cruzan of
The remains will be taken to San
Francisco foe cremation, Tho funeral
services will bo strlttly private.
Ho wa,s a incinbcri " of George II.
Thomas Pos, 0. A. 11., of Sari Francisco,
and for ten years was chaplain
of tho Department of California nnd.
Nevada. During u part of the revolutionary
troubles la the Havvaliau Islands,
be acted- As' p'rivuto representative
of Secretary.' of rA'tatu Diehard Olnoy
during the Cleveland administration.
WILSON WILL BEAD .
MESSAGE TO. CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Novemlier 13
-President Wllsoji minniiticoil today that
he would read In ierson his first annum
message to congress, The President thus
far lias rrad three brief iidtlresses oir
the tarlCT. cutrcficy nml the Mexican uf
fairs but It was not. definitely known
whether 1)1" 0r roiuiiiiiiilcatlon V HA
regular session of enugress wiuld be in
iivfuriniiiri' will W" precr
iluut wiilcli he rrvlvpil lust March.
Mr Wilton uM liupjlrctv lht h hud
jui itegijii wyr nu tly tt.'lrcii. lie 10
'llfiitisl mt no suclj Vmi unjl Villi)
iiuiimiis llieixtk'p 11 liuve Wrii'llore Invn
nn p prmtlilcnin hi coik'J'M 'Jill "
wvmriil liy liiV It V V'J'V'l.cl'll.vlX
iUi be nil) .).fll liifpfiy iii il.e I'likf
ulij!sU iiii n lffleiii riiiigrctt
it. mid art ut lit regular hmIuiii, lra
iiiv 11 in ilm annual iimrls uf tlm riibluil
um.prs lu 1 .rlii 1 Ids omii ic 1 uu i
NKW YOJIK, November 27. (Ily
Associated Press Cable) l-'or (he first
time In the history of the country 11
former president of another country
.v " -BI
JOSE S. ZELAYA,
For;n0T I'rraident of Nicaragua, arrested
in Now York on an extradition
vvnrant charging murder.
li,a8, beju .nrtescjl qh extriuyon
instituted US bis successor fn
office, enlarged, wi(l fjfinijs 'o$ler, .than
.Mdsn'S. Zelayn, fjotiner, uresident ol
Nlcqniguiij lija.tiilicn iilto( custody here
' 'oa, aj vya'rrnn.t reccivel
through the 8,119:' dcpartnie'ijt charging
hini. with' (uvirder. 'Tho extradition is
at, Uo' psjtttiic.0 ' of President Adolfo.
DJ,nz, "prcsidon't of the Central American
Zelaya asserts that he will plead that
his alleged crime is 11 political olicnsc
duly, ' r .
General Sir' Ian Hamilton, of the
British .Army, Is Expected
Here in Spring. .
A lieutcr's dispatih to tho London
Tim'es nniicunccs that Honolulu may
be visited :icxt spring by Oene'.al Sir,
Ian Hamilton, C. D., D. S. O., one of
Great Hritain's most distinguished military
men. General Hamilton holds at
"prosont tho o'lh'cc of
of (ljo Mcilit,errauenn and inspector
general of tho oversea forces, one of
tho, iiios,t impoitunt couimands in the
Iu bis capacity ot inspector gencial
ho. bus recently, inspected tlie military
resources of Ca,hada and Is about to
leavo London fo'r an inspection of tlc
Imperial troops at Gibraltar, F.gypt,
Australia and New Zealand, ami at' the
end of Mny will return way
of th,e Pacific islands 'ami tho. tjnitcil
As Iiq is to visit tho larger posts in
Iho States, devoting particular attention
to the Military Academy and the
Service Schools at Fort Leavenworth,
Fort lliley, Fort Sill and Fort 'Monroe,
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IL is iiul iimini'ij mm iii
tyilj, lnqlud u visit to thu Oalm garrison's.
The Hritish war ofllee has just made
public General Hnihllton'm report on
the Canadian plans fiv the creation oi
a largq. reserve for the dofenso of tile
Dominion, and special attention was
paid to the defense of Hritish interests
ju. 'the Pacific.
-General irnmilton is a survivor of
the' Majuba 1X111 engagement 6f tho
nrst Doer war, uim 11ns iiiki a distinguished
careor in India, Kgypt'and in
the 'lata. Jloer War. JIo is well known
to American ollleers as tho author of
an interesting professional book on tho
War, called "A Stalt
Ofllccr's er Hook."
Industrial Securities Weaken
Heavy Sales on Eastern
(Hy Fejbiral Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YOltK, Noyemliqr 20. (Special
to The Advertiser) Prico movements,
today Suggested that the posi
tion., 01 1110 juarKci naa .ueen vvenirencti
bv driving in of tho shorts on yester
day's rise. The, monetary .position was
influenced by further heavy shipments
of gold to Camilla, and call money
mounted, to -Hi per cent. Further curtailment
of working forces, prico reductions
and the rather pessimistic utterance-)
q Charles, M. Schwab concern,
ing the steel industry stimulated selling
of United Stutcs Steel, heaviness
of. wdilclj' influenced the whole list.
'llonils were irrejrular. Some Increase
In sclllu pressure occurred In Various
western railroad stocks, but general
speculation vvus automatically killed
when call money roo to five per cent.
October earning of the liarrimuu roads.
run him inverse rej 111 is, rximiiern racuio
losing heavily, while Union Paci'io
gained. Southern Paeiflo was one of
the few stocks in which the iliiy's. loss
ran to a (mint. Tho market Honed
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EMPEROE OP GERMANY
' REPORTED PEELING POOR
(Hy lYilerul Wlirlex Tclenraph)
HEIILIN, .NnviHiibcr In
Tin' Adw'ituer) A reiinrt Is In elrru
hlloil lcre Ikiit tlm linlmr 1 )biii In
cm vie in, 1 linn 1 n pm r.iiniY, iiuw
Ike Ifiilieiniilli'rn Musiihhi v ll Is n
splil llial I In1 miIp i due lo Iks im
Hint lli reisiil lnrisie uf tk ni
Prr'i iiut ln( i luiullSdeKl
Supreme Court of California
Holds That the Part of Late
Clans Sprcckels'. Estate Consisting
of 'Partnerships in Hawaii
Must Pay Assessment to
State of California.
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FKANcfsCO, November
2G. (Special to The Advertiser)
The State Supreme Court signed
its rciiiittitirr today in tlie apical
of the of the will
of the late .Clans Spreckels from
the iiiulintis of William A
inheritance tax appraiser, iu
tlie suit of John K. AlcDbjjal, the
Viity treasurer, iijrainst tlie estate.
The decree upholds the inheritance
tax, except in rejiard to 1
partnership interests of tho. stifiar
mafinnte niicl thp net tuxnble
i'ilfie of thg e,stat,c.
Tlie hiliQr court says the partnership
interests of CJaus
iu the Hawaiian Islands are
taxable in, California for
The net Value of the estate, on
which the heirs must pa,jtaxas,
the court" fixes, a f 240,1 03. 7 eft;
More Rules and Retjulations Are
Received, From. Washington
More, vyrinltlijs of the new federal
income' tax law arc being brought to
light daily as time passes. Tho llnuk
of Hawaii Tuesday received tho'
. V. ng important rulings, which nro 111
.addition to tho explanation 011 tho sub-
ject previously sent out by Internal
Collector "Charles A. Cottrill: '
(T. I), 1S3.)
Iiicomo Tax .011 tho Interest on Hauk
"Deposits and Rank Cortlflcates of
Deposit 'Noli to bii 'Withhold ut tho
' ' '
Washington, D. (J., Nov. 0, 1013.
To Collectors of Internal Hovenuo; ''
Hunks, bankers, trust companuis,
anil, othyr banking" .yistltutions,
deposits of money, aie. not , required
under tho' treasury regulations
(iart 2), approved, Octover ill, 1013,to
wtitlilitlil nt the sburco the normal
tax of 1 icr Cent on tho interest
iaid, or accrued or uecrujnij. to
whether on open accounts or
ou certificates of deposit; but all such
interest, whether paid, or ajfcr.ued a,nd
not pnid, must by included in" his, tux
return by the person or tcrsoivj entitled
to recelvo such interestwhether
on open, account or 'Mn tho certlficato
of deposit. 1
W. H. OSHORN, '
Commissioner of liiternnl Itcvenue.
Approved: 'Wv C. M'AHOO,"
Secretai.v of tho Treasury.
(T. D. 18U2.J '
Interest upon (Mitigations of the
cd 'States or its Possessions,' or of
any Stato. County, City or any other
Political Subdivision thereof, is not
Subject to Income Tax.
Washington, I). O., Nov'. 0, 11)13
To' Collectors of Internal liovcnuo:
It has. beeu'cullod to tho attention
0 this' ofjico that banks ip certain
sections t aro refusing to paj' coupons
for interest on bonds of states, counties,
cities, qr other political
of tho. United States, vhcn such
coupons aro not accompanied by certificates
of ownership, without deduct
ing tho normal income tux of 1 per
cent, which the law anil, thp regulations
of this department require, dial I
bo deducted at the source in paying
thy iutor.est 4)1 bonds yif coriiorntions,
joint stock comnaiiVm. or associations
and insurance coin'p'auies,
PJc.ase lufotin all parties. Interested,
giying tho infor,matiou wiiIq publicity,
that the income derived from tho interest
upou the obligations of a state,
county, city, v any other political
subdivision thereof, and upon, thq obligations
of tho United States or its
possessions, is hot subject to o lu
eoiiieT(ax, ayd a certiCento of,
in coiinectton with tho coupons or
re'grstere'd interest orders fof such interest
will not tin required.
The interest coupons should clearly
show on thoir faco whether they qro
issued by the United Stotes or qny political
subdivision thereof. If,, hmv.
ever, thoy do not, clearly show this,
then, of course, an ownership certificate
should be required.
V. H. OSI101IN,
TMMONS PREPARES TO
REENTER NEWSPAPER W. 0RK
li ( Timmqns, manager of the
of ,1. I. Silya nu the Island 11 f
Kuuui, left for his liiiiiie at Kleele on
Vlio leuiner Kiuun Tuesilay night. Mr,
Timiiions, who will ifiiiiinuit to art as
mulllor for tlio Hilui iuWre(s on Kimhi
gixvs lo dir"H(.'i' Ida bulii'., iiflnlri In
Peimre. 10 iitsuine edltorimi ami
llluiiiijieineijt of the Unnlru T.I. ml.
ICiinni's only iienspuitcr. lie will en
ivr IIIHIII tils llilW ilulirs (iHiiuary 1.
uttaiifLsliluir hia Li'ailiiiiHilst. nt I. lime
Mr 'I'liiilhiiiit mm ruriiirily iiimiuger
III the l.ti'HIIlg hr l)f llollll"lll Hill
is turn nf Hip beat kuowll lieffpvrT
tUMI III tkv itUui.