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MIMIffi
Karlul: and Crew .Float Away
When, Floe Breaks, Leaving
Explorer and, Eskimos.
OTTAWA, Cniiuila, December P.
(Uy Associated Press Cable) A letter",
conveyed liy com lor over the ici to tlit
nearest ost, leached hero toil.iy from
Captain Stofnnsson, in command of the
C'anuiliaii Arctic exploration party, in
wlilrli lip announces himself nitd party
of tlireo "Kskinios as hiving been cast
ailrift from tiie Karluk.
believing tiiat tlio Karluk
ivns frozen fa in tho ice September
20 three nsUimos on 4
hunting expeditloujo secure fresh meat
for Hie meml'ciH of till" expedition. On
September 22, vvrifes Stcfunsson, n gale
Ktarteil, snow- fell continually, and a
heavy fog settled over the icefielil. On
September 24, when the storm passed
ami the fog raised, the Karluk as no-where
in sifjht. The first winter iec
hail broken np ami the vessel, with
mcii aboard, had ilrifteil
away. Stcfnntson expressed no anxiety,
cither for his own safety or that
of tho Karluk and its crew.
iepubijl1fI
LOSES FIGHT; MOST
SERVE TERM IN PRISON
(By IVilcrnl Wireless TeleRraph.)
ATIiANTl,C CITV, Jersey,
S. (Special to The Advertiser)
Louis Kiielmcl will jo to Trenton nud
present hiu.self at tlib ollice of the
warden of tho State- prison, thero to
begin serving a sentenco of one jenr
at hard labor.
Kilehnel, for thirteen years
leuler of Atlrfntie county, now
is going; lii prison because thri dislrll't
conrtH of this State. haVo Hii'talni'd Ins
convietioil mi a (banjo of havinjr, ns
a uieiiiber of the board of Waldr1 colli
iiilnsinm'rs of Atlantic City, awarded o
inutnirt to n coiii)nuy in wlilili hd was
a stockholder.
. 4...
WILSON TO WIELD 6AVEL
UT
(lly 1'ed tbI Wireless Telegraph,)
WAHIIINdWN, Deceiiiber H. (Spe
rial to Tim A'dvertlser) I'or the llrnt
lime since he delivered bis IiikJ Icetnro
lit I'rllneloli, J'renlllinil' Wiloii will
wield the gavel wlniii lit) jifi'Sli'les Ol'er
Ibc iilli'lnr.iiii Hi'.nUiii of the ninth
iiicpninr of the Americuii Hed
I'niM next Wufliiemlnv
At this i'vl(iii Ihe I'reslilent will
iireiiiif itiririfilrf Mini i MrltniiiiliH
A111011K liiiili cm lire (luveriinr
fox iif (1I1I11, Dr1. Illwiir.l T. DeVllie,
I'lui". ' JlniowHier, Hiwn'lnry Vlln011
i.f ,1... .I..f...rliii..l 1.I1 L.l.i.i. M-.. KM.ll..
ill .ir '"! 'i.f ...I',., ii ,.11,.,, H.f " limit'
lilv llwlil, Mlm Mnliel Ikiiii'liiinii
11 f llm rimiiiilMlnii), una ))r, I, I v.
Iitlili I'lirrmi'l,
-. ..
MAKXKRUNCK MAY
Jf0pMBJ'3VJTB WIT'
lilt I't.l'ful Willi.. Tldyglllpli I
I'tMltf, In-. Kt4i.T (tf)w4l In
'ill Admrowfi llw l'n mjrwijx.'N'i
i ut Hie Imttitm luiltr Malt hm Imw(
u luuit iklmww ritlti tUuitut fu0r
i,.l. iu HnMau tiim, $n Hw
I.. 1 ..r i...fBir WiWUvN MmtWHi
hi I in 4mnm ! turn g4
m uim tw ittnitmuiym 1 irvwy ibrwf
iniinii
T'klSi'lsvi CBiwsyii,'.iiiW'f JBBliK rTWTllrw tTnrMrT IT Mi
ra?fflftgafR &m
T11 upper views nn the left is
from left) sind stall' aie slinWit in
firing line in Sonurn.
FI HUNDRED LIS
MAY BE TOLL OF
FLOODS' IN TEMS
.
T l 1 m w Tfi iym
(By Tederal Wirelcis Telegraph.)
DALLAS, Texas, December 8.
(Special to Advertiser)
l"ivc hundred limy be dead in
central nml southern Texas ns a
resnlt of tho floods. As the
ters recede communication is re-
1 stored and every hour brings
mgH of 1111 increusinj death list.
J'ully a hundred lire known to
hac perished. The latest reports
received hem told of the drowning
-Y of lift)' perbons, mostly negroes,
at Sunnyside on the Hrimis river.
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IfFltlllH E!
An ollleial welcnine to Governor
l'iukhnm was the greit ipiei.tlou which
rami! before, the. Democratic Teirltor
in! Central Pfliiiiulttco ut Its meeting
Inst evening, nud it wa ducbled H1.1l
the l1'iirt t of lhe Territory
Hhoiild extend to thu iievy ,ljPf'd of at-lairs
1111 iidlclal greeting ,iin Ids 11
day bit font ChiWu'ii'. 1' r
this purpoto 11 coiiiiuitteii was appoint
ed with .Inhii Klllnt'i'r ns I'hiilriuiiii.
The imietliig was, by nll.iii'Coiints, a
liiiriuoiiloiiM nun, iiltliMiigh tlio
of lingo Kuuue, n iiieiubi'r nf Ilia
iiiiiiiiiiUi'k, nraii' uln'iileil, Thou wiu
ulo 11 rnllier wuriii illti'il'clnn over the
"niiil of the purt,'' but not n "lgn
of 11 flgbt In night," ii In speqk
NAVAL HOLIDAY PLANS
1 Hi I 1 ii m Vtiiib'. Tili'iimpl) 1
W MtlilSiinK, DwntiUi (M
iil In 'llm AdvurlfMri 'I'lm huuu In
liut, br h l v( U lu II, im-4 iiw
H4I rwMtlllllOII HI'IMWtiUf Ibf mim
fftum f Mm rhvW ToniTf
Minify uf Wtpui iiruiii, ibM 1
klHluit t mwnd fur imm yntr limit 11
( kill , until UtUuU plulUW
11 scene Miowinp; 1 evolutionists in nelion. Oenoial ITuerta (second
the right. The lower view shows Constitutionalist tinops on tiie
TO SUE
mm bills
Prosecutor Brockons Adopts New
Plan to Recover Amounts Illegally
Collected From County
Supervisors Stall Over Voting
Funds to Keep Investigation
Going to tho Bitter End.
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser.)
II I I.O, December 7. As a result of
tin disclosures made regarding tho
l.yui.ui Miles road
coutrai t, a number of iiierchnnts and
others who supplied v.irious artUilei
which were used on tin! private con
triu t, but were charged to the county,
will be asked to return tho money
whiili was paid them by thu comity,
There is 11I1L the slightest doubt 1 ut
that the articles were delivered by thesa
linns and persons in the best of good
luitli, and that no lilamo whatever ut
Inches to them. On tho bthcr hand,
the (oiumissioii believes that the
oniility has a legal right til recover the
money which is paid out wrongful
ly, mid an ilfort will bo ui.nlu In gtt It
back. This will bo tlio misfortune nf
thu linns 1111. 1 puisoiis, who will, linw
ever, If tliej have ti eoiigh up to the
i'li'nntv, ireHiimiibly luivu 11 uhuiiuu to
recover from the inlitructiir.
"'lhe ioiiiiiiImIoii has ilccldud to
iiiakn deinaiiiU on the peopln who re
ceived iu ini'iitu from jlie county for
iiinteriiil ami nerviciM delivered for the
Norinim Lymuii I'oiitrui't at Twenlv
niiiu MINi," Mild J'nniiwiitiir Hrikiinn
but week. "I i)iiii)L"glu'yoii Jbn mr
net iiiiimiiil nr Hip lldiil, but I think .t
will run Miiiipvvuiirii btwijii U.T60 ami 1
vv"u 1 win get 11 miiiuiMi'iuiir iiif
hem. nud thu (Inns fiinT( flfekllm
lluld, nfler which I will make lli de
"'
jiuai rium ii :tm,
'I in. mixi.w mmii wbMi OmmH.iii'
Iiiid mhhIk in iIm mnimim an Men '
l.iMber ', liuwa li liMM U
fuu iii.i.l.i .1.... u .11 .1.. .in, n. .....,n.i
lu u luUI ut iHJUIIT. bul fruju tui.
huiM I .MlMd.'d Hn 1 1 Kin ff 4fr1 In
I ww dump wuii mui brfikiM, wliivii
II wn luuuil, bud l.weu ur4nr4 I'M I n .
km4 ut Ibr cuuHHfi wurh
Hflttm wlm 'l.li'Kr. .I jphmU hmi i.
nU"l .u iiinu in. fjtuuly rn '
nil. p 1 IImhiii 1 iii.'iimii. x M..I. .
1 il HmrW Hm tllmu ('lie
Km., IIHh Uiliud l'VUHIt, 'n 1
,S)lnt JHIu 'J elfphbii,, l'Hligi), Din.
m&!&msi&mmftg8
pwk fcSiMVSMasB&saiw2
I
LEAVES RER HUSBAND AT
DINNER; PLUNGES SEVEN
STORIES TO HER DEATH
(llv IVilern1 Wireless Telegrnph.)
Xi:W YOIIK, Dc. ember S (Special
to 'lhe Advertiser) -Mis I'loreuie Wor
ileil Mucdregnr, forniir nctrcsi and wife
of IMward .1. MaiHiegor, one of the
stngil directors for the rroliiuunit left
her liiisbnud at tho dinner table lu'tlielr
npartmeiils in ltiverhide Drive last
night nml leaiied from a newuilli story
vv iidow to death 011 tho pavemoiit of
lhe oiiirt.vaid.
hhe had sulfered from ueivous lies
poudeney for H'vernl nioiiths. The
inliplo bad In en married nine cnrs.
Sugar Company, (J.ieen I.iliiioUalaui
(for IiIiiiki rent), Ikiisee, A. M f'alirin
hn li Co, Volinlio Stiililes, nud the
Wuiloa llo it House.
Bonds to llo Paid.
"A relireseiifitivn of lhe bniidlii'
company has staled to me lli.it lie hopes
to be alile to havo aiitliority er snort
I) to pav the iniintv the money which
is duo it on the 1'iililv and ICnomo i,nud
if necessary, on the Ii.vmnn malters,"
said llreckoiis last week. "In the all
hciicii of exact figures, I should say It
will amount to 11 couple of thousand
dollars."
"I will admit," nddel Urei'ltons, re
verting to thu ipiisliou of tho demand
for the letiiru of lhe iiiunev lii
inerehiiiits oil the Twenty ullie MI'ihi
einilrn. I, "Hint it is (uiigh 011 the iner
ehauts who delivered the sttilT In gnml
lni(l, ,Hi;)ikni UhV.II"1 nrrirr"Ti'Mf' tti
eMirv wu fimuiMr nml liuOiiwlirJili1
When you Itiluk of it, Inmevor, you
will see Hint they urn lu a position 110'
dlllereut fnuu thill which 11 11) mini Is
likely tn ii)t into in tie1 onliiiiiry run
nf IiusIiicm If I Iiiiii.I uii down
luwii now nml onler a bill nt gnuds
iliariiwd In )iiur jwi'unut, without jour
MUthurilv, tlm in cri' lis nt unihl lint liiubu
iyou imy for ll It l Hm siiiiin hero.
Tim innrelniuti I'ltHUMt enimrt tlllt
1 uii illy to 1'iiy llieiiii thev iiiiI return
Ihe (MiiHi'y lliy uut fri.iii the puunly,
but, 11 f loiirM1 ', iii eitii iiinu turn
iiroiiml uiid iIuiuhuiI id wuHHy flaw
lliiHivn '
IImIUIo Over AwreiHtAUwi. ..
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nil I . 11 I., 1 ..11 Hi. 1 I . I 1 1 .1.
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Danich Urges Two and Half Mil
lion Appropriation For New
Project On Coast.
(llv federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAX rilAKCISCO, December S.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) A gig.ni'
tie dryiloi'lt, costing two '41111 11 half
millions, will bo built nt the IJuilm
Iron Works on San I'ranclsCo liailmr
for Uncle Sam's lighting ships.
Secretary of the Xuvy Daniels has
luado his rucomiiieiidntlon mui. the gyv
fi inuuiii enter 11110 1111 I'xtraurillnury
coutiact with the iirivute dock uwiicrti,
in o'llc.r that the leships I'ijf
eide waters niay be nssurei of uccoin
TiiiidaliunH alter the opening of the
I'liiinmu (..inal, ami us soon us the jilnn
is approved by the nation's lawmakers
the huge project will bo stalled.
It is nut thought t.hnt HiIh will To
suit in materially altering the plans
for a dij dock nt 1'earl Harbor.
CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT
(lly I'edenil Wireless Telegraph)
IIAl.TI.MOin:, Maryland,
8. (bpetltil to Tlio
"There are tliri'e women
in the United Status today
who might occupy the presidential
chaii with a better degree
of success than any of the Ho-publicans,
Democrats, or Whigs
that luivu so far appeired,"
said Dr. Anna Howard Shaw
011 her visit to Il.il tlmoro
"They are .lauo Aildams, .Mrs.
C'arrio Chapman 1'nj.t and Mrs.
Joseph Uoweu of Chicago. Su-fin
II. Anthony would have
undo a better President than
Abraham Lincoln."
mm P t V 1 P t T 1 l v i n V r mm
BIDDERS ARE' MUCH UT
litds filr the coustriictlnn of 1 x
lowing public iiiiilt'rttiklugs went oju'U
nt the nihil! of tho superintendent 01
public works yesterday!
I'or the louslruclloii uf three labor
ers cottage nud 11 laboratory at thh
College of Hawaii .lose lYrinimli'i,
tBI8S mui 3i:i:i, rcspoi'llvelyj Thiiiuas
li. Andrews, 'or t lit. ciittngesj
l.oril Young Kiigliieeilug Coiuiiaiiy,
H'iii Wi and lllllll, resHitii'lv; I'rel
las U IVniandi's, ifl'S7l uiid :is71 ; II
Ii, IVrnumlcH, iflltlil mid '.'1111(1 ; II I'
Ileitleiuaiili, iflMII and fltllllOj .liihali
son Mill Couipnliy, flll.l.'l ami '.'7i)U,
Acebleiiw liight Coiuiiiiiiy, 11)0 for cot
lagi's nlniiei II. K. Defrlrn, flillHi ami
IBiH( Olln ), ill.'it'i lor
aloiiei Honolulu Pinning At III, tli)7:i fur
rotl.lges iiloue
I'or the I'oimtrui'tioii nf Din Alewn
llululilii foil 1 1 work iKliiiisiuii Plianrn
(. Cuinpiint, I'.'lll, I) llnt.l, Illilil;
I'lTimiuliM i. I'o.lii, ah7 1 , Lord Viiiing
llliuiiivuriiig Cniiiiiuuv, fl(!iHl A ,
WilHUI, tl'lO'l, lloludlllll CoinllUI'ljllll
i. Drnynu 1 ompam, tHo.ln, uml .1 .1
MiirnhHll, f.fiHi
..I.
MILLIONAIRE MBhOi NT
r .,.' ...i..i.. .; :
IH MUllJJKNJiV UAIJiRD
(lit l'i.lefl WHkImm TfllHfHpli.)
HV fUAHHUt'lt, llMiUJllmr H, -
1 "I- n '" 'nm 4vBfllf) SVahliiW
iuk. i..i ..I ijji uiiminuiji Dno uf
Mwrr t lUimllDii hiiJ IlllBiiilrr lub
III Mil .lll).ll iImmJ lull VpHI,g gM ),
It II. In HI
NT
Wilson Meets Delegation Of 1D0
Led By Dr. Anna Howard Shaw
At Whits House, But Refuses
to Pledge Them His
Of Their Determined Fight
For Suffrage.
PLEADINGS OF FAIR SEX
PROVES OF LITTLE AVAIL
Militants Make No Effort To Conceal
Their Chagrin As Chief Executive
Flatly Declines Upon
His Own Initiative To Urge
Giving the Ballot To
Women.
(lly IVilcrnl Wrelcss Telegraph.)
WAHIIINdTON, December S. (Special
to The Adveitlser) President Wilson
todn) turned down the suffragettes
in their reipiest for 11 special message,
to Cdlignss 0I1 siillrnl'e. Wilson tl.itly
refused to pledgo Ins liidorsemcnt of tho
nomuu suffrage movement.
This is tln gieatesv rebuff tliu
hav'e met in their national campaign.
He told a delegation of ISO
woiueii wnlch appealed to him directly
in the Width that ho could act
only us President of tlio United Stntes
ullllnol -ii (in orillliurjltlzen.Vll He
ndded thaflm,,:!!) leader of a .polltfc t
parly whiili already had iiindo pledges
to Hie people, had his hands full 111 cooperating
witli congress in fullllliiig
these pledges,
lu addressing the delegation, tho
Piesldeiit did not vouclisnfo his private
convictions regaidiug woman suffrage,
but iililveyed the impression Hint ho
was not unfavorably disposed toward
it.
Absolutely rejecting tholr reipiest
tlilit lid endorse tlio project in any way
, nt the ireseut time, ho declared that
when congress comes to him or Ins
opinion 0I1 woman suffrngo liu would
give it, but he could nut 011 his own
initiative urgo woman suffrago legislation
upon cuugress -lit the present time.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president of
tho Natloliiil Aiiierfcan Woman Suffrago
Association, was the spokesman asking
for Icgitd.ition enfranchising women.
rShe urged the President to include it 111
a message to congress mid th.it ho
tho movement. The President replied
b) citing tlio fnct that, as President
bis I'vviy actunust bo iniido within
icrt.iiu well ilellned limitations. Ho
cited' Hm fact tb'il even when lie went
nut walking, ho was virtu. ill) uuder arrest,
being shadowed by secret
olllcers. Tlio biitlrugcttes wtfro
deeply disappointed uver thh
attitude. The did nut conceal
their chagrin as they leit tho Whito
House.
They inarched lo tho White, llouso
two uhrcist witli the exception of Doctor
and Miss Altco Paill, tho militant,
who canio in a taxicub.
- Mf-
BT
(lly IVdernl Wireless Telegraph,)
VlCKSIUJlKi, MiMinsippI, December
8, (Special to Tho Advertiser; Htuto
Senator 0. A. lloblis, recently liulU'lo.l,
alnng with Iiieilleiinut (lover nor Illlbo,
for alleged brilurv, tonight gave nut
1111 upon letter, III which lie virtually
challenged (inventor Ilrewer to a duel.
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(llv IVib'iul Wireliws TnU'titspli 1
liDMiiiN, Diii'iitlitir (XptHim lo
'riie.Vhirll.ii) Mis liiouivlllie PuiiI
IiiiuI, wlm H ll'll'Ull'l fnnu juil in
Hmli'f ImtiHin uf lllni' inu bluiigh1
lu liinluil ludu) Ah (iiiIuiIm1u uiii
bullion mt Hie DrjiiH nut) tbr wh
INtiHi )t llm lwdiWiMir 11 Hi Wbin
Ml' Hili ui 1 I P.'Mn.'Ml l0fgur ill
li't'g"H !'' i - '- US l'
liMrVrilk lltiil up ii h UiiUIl
Mr I 'ml. I,. 1 rl Mi liumimd Mud i
MlUl. lilt 1 m I I 1.. it Uui
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. 1 1 1 1 1 1 KhKM S EEBEL ?9RCE8 HARASSING MEXICAN CAPITA L.WILE,HUEIITA,8 MAIN ARMY IS ENGAGED IN iBATTLEMlTH VALIANT FORCES OP VILLA AT
UUUU iiLULLU THB GATES OF CHIHUAHUA CITY. ''OlO'
mm city
OF MEXICO
Zapata and His Band Are Now
..h Carranza and Con.
ctitulionalists For Honor of
the First to Enter the Capital
of the Troubled Latin Re
public.
FEAR HOW THAT LOOTING
10 KILLINCJIL START
Battle Between Main Forces Of
Federals and General Villa's
Troops Nov Believed to Be in
Progicss at Chihuahua; Hucrta
Ruches Reinforcements and
Supplies to Scene.
Mi KcderalMVirelcsg Telegraph)
CITY OF MEXICO, December
8. (Special to The Adver-
.tiser) Thice thousand fully
equipped rebeb under the com-
' ...i f m :i: n ,
iuauu ui fiuiiiiuuu mpuiu, are
within sight of this city today.
Tiie revolution waged by Car-
ranza and Zapata has developed
into a race between tiie latter s
bandit foices and the Constitutionalists
for the honor of
taking the Mexican capital.
There is a growing fear that
the city within'a few hours' will
see looting aud killing in -the
streets.
Assurances were given the
Mexican government that it
would be able to secure loans
in France, according to reports
circulated here today by officials
close to Huerta. It is intimated
by them that b'efore
Senor Do La Lama, minister of
finance, left he was told he
would have no trouble arranging
for a loan in Paris.
Fighting between the main
body of Villa's army and the
Federals under General
is believed to be in prog
ress at Chihuahua City. Gen
eral Benevic, commander of the
Juarez garrison, remained in
his headquarters all night. Just
before daybreak two trains were
sent southward over the
railway. One carried
troops and the other medical
supplies, provisions and ammu
nition. Civilians were not al
lowed near tho railroad yards
WIFE OF "OICK" FERRIS
TO SEEK
(By J''!.irnl Wireless Telegraph.)
I.OS AMIKIiDS, Dei ember S -(Spinal
to Tint AdvirtiWr) lrs. "Dirk "
Perns, bctlei known In plingoers in
I'lurcim simir, ntumiiiiu'ii today Hint
flu would iiuuicdiatclv Me stilt for ill
Miri'n iih tin' i nlniiiiiilliiii of recent dm
lililii' iloinisli distiirhauins,
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FSCE PROSECUTION
(I I ui. i l Wiriit Tidjfriiii)
VVAHUIS'ti'loV, ll lemlmr H (Hi-mil
lii Tin AilvrllMrj - T)n lliiltml
iiiiw.iiiiiiiiiI will Jirui'CIIi th
InUur li'u.r , iiiui ''li .1 Willi IUO Win
1 1 ii K- n ut Minor, hn HM in
I llwd III MldkllllK HlM HllfllllHIl Alltl'
Tiiim AM in tlmlr (ivl(y. Tim 'f
...I. m i.i.li luuk tW mnJ I hit hur
I. i.ulliiiiy m Ibf Miirr vitil bill wliiill
imiililii tuli primiuii
BI'MOIAWBT UMhW
WOHK OKHAWAH
III I l Ml'WM W Ml'i llir flM'H
I I ii 4 1 in. if it mi iki iniM KsiM4ar
III MM' nwrnll W"M I I" ll'i mti
Ut l.illlf lH IAIi iluttyi "I ill null
lll., Ui l i Ii ii Ii Huh jfil tIMltf
llm tMwiJ ii In dill, ui' lUltuil
Hi mil mui bu b.ntimiw at IDh
ml l I. .1 1 1 ill I J. tulHUUtfi
SUFFRAGISTS
REBUFFED BY
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