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Vol I No Ml IHiMil.l II IIVWAII 1 KKHI (1KY. IKIDN . i.lTI. 1"1. '-I MJ U I I KH Wile H I NUMHKR 38301
Disorganized Forces Tf the
in Nov Republic Crushed,
Its Leaders in Flight and Prcsi.
dent Yuan Seems to
Have Effectually Checked Attempted
Sympathy Expressed for Former
Leader, Who With Others Has
Sought Safety in Canton, Only
Remaining Rebel Stronghold
Belief Is That He Will Bo
by Yuan
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PUKING, .Inly to Tho
Advertiser) With tho rebel armies
crushed nnd Uipcrsot, tlm loadors of
tho 111 fated revolt, Mr, Sun Yut Sen,
AVung Hiug, C'luui Kco Mee nnd the
reliel Governor, Chun of Kwmigtiing
Province, lme fled for safety to Cuu-ton,
thu last stronghold of tho rebels.
Of tho four IcnilcrH inciittoncil, nil
lml Doctor Sun nro under sentence xf
death, according to ft recent order dunned
by President Yuan nnd
will be executed If raptured.
Doctor Sun has many sympathizers
throughout C'lilna both anions Chlncso
and foreigners who belinvo that ho wait
ill advised when ,h(V TO Jl'di)S''d to
throtr m his Mr .ilh.lhi r!oIutionl5l5T
It will tame no surprise if Prosldulit
Yuan pardons him, although it is
thnt ho Will bo forced to leave
China. Ills nanio Is conspicuous by its
nbtmicc from tliq order which dooms
tho other thrco instlgatois of tho
to death.
It is anticipated that all tho rebel
voldicrs who renew tfieir allegiance to
Iho government will bu pardoned under
tho proclamation addressed "To tlio
Misguided People," issued )y President
Yuan at tho beginning- of tho rebellion.
TOKIO, .Inly 111. (S.eeial to Tho
AdvorlUor and tlio. Hawaii Shinpo)
Dr. Sun Vat Sen, Wong Iling nnd Gljong
Kinng, tlireo lenders of the revolt In
I hiua, liavo Hod to Canton. An"lt appears
at present, the cause of the revolution
la hopclOHM.
SKUM cioii IS
CANTON, China, July 31. (Special
to Tho Liberty Nuws) Sliiini Chung
lllng, foriuet viceroy of Kwnngtung
Province, is alivo and in Canton. lie
lias wired to I.uk !Ng Tung, Governor of
Kwnngsl, and I.un Clieo Kong, vlco
Governor of Knantung, now at tho
head of rebel fbrcos in tho north. Ho
is nunltlng their answer and If this is
favorable lie, with Chung Kin Mine,
tho present (Jovcrnor of Canton, will
pruieod to Wu Chow, Kwnngsl Province
to hold a conference with tltt
rebel leaders.
TOKIO, July 31. (Special to Tho
Advertiser and tbu. Hawaii Shinpo)
Tho now civil Bprvlcc bill which mct
With objections in the privy council on
the grou.i I thnt its regulations were so
stringent as to bar from government
Fcryico anyone not possessing UytVich.
nical university education, 1ms been
iimendcd to overcome tho objections
nml promulgated as law. The amendments
give mo ro latitiido a to tho
iloyiiout of tho higher officials in tho
various departments.
(fly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, .Tuly 31. (Special
to Tl-a Advertiser) Secretary I)ryau
aid today that he had not abandoned
bono thnt Great Ilritain nnd also Her
man woii)l reconsider their decisions
Suffragists Frjom Every
State in Union Appeal
For Votes For Women
Petitions Bearing Thousands of Signatures
Carried to the Capitol by
Fair Crusaders andPeacefully Presented
to Lawmakers in Senate.
(llv Federal Wireless Telegraph. 1
WASIIIN'GTON, ,luly :U. (Special' to The Advertiser' "Votes
for Women" was the demand today from dulcuntions of MiffriiKists
from every Statu in the Union who homered the. senate chambers
iwid bombarded tlio senators with putitionTbetirintf thousands of signatures
urgim; consideration of a 'Wotnati hiifiVae constitutional
amendment. ' , ,
The siege of the senate followed a demonstration in tlie 'course of
which hundreds of women paraded fronj He, Maryland,
through the county roads and the ifHircoU down Pennsylvania
avenue and through the eapilol grotfuds.
Members of the senate women sull'rae committee, which has
favorably reported tho met the
and rode to the capitol wiflf them-
Miss Alice Haul, chairman of the legislative qninuiittcc of the National
American Women Sull'rage Association, jflicers of the association
and the senate committee, headed thcparade". At the capitol it
disbanded and a cloud of femininity ilutnjreI Jiilo the senate wing.
The digniilcd hush of the iiiiposingmrble roOup'usl olT the senate
chamber was shattered by the denyinds of womn from various states
that their cards be taken to their senators. The pages were busy
tor the better part of an hour hurrying cnntorn Xroni the chamber
to meet their "constituents" armed with petitions.
After the petitions had been presented the delegations (looked to
tho galleries where scats had been reserved and the woman sulfrage
supporters on thl'.iloor of the senate took charge- of the demonstration.
Senators Owen Ashuist, lMindoxter, .lones, Works, Lane, Smoot,
C'lapp, Thomas, Shafroth and llollis
the, petitions.
i mnywiiiip
Qhitf TteUVMsnizeY
Reckless' Racer Among Victims
Officials Are Charged With
(By rcdernl Wireless Telegraph.)
CI.VCINXATI, July 31. (Speci;il to
Tho Advertiser) Charges of involuntary
niiiu'slaiighter today wero lodged
against three otliclals of tho Lagoon
Motordrome, across tho river from here,
following tho death of iuc person
thcro last night as a result of n motorcycle
accident, by Corbuor Wise of
Kpiiron County, Kentucky.
Son on mot death and ten others wero
badly. injured when Odin Johnson of
Salt Lnlto City droo his motorcycle
to the cxtremo top of tho circular track
ajid crashed into an electric Unlit pole,
broke it off and tho contact of the ivo
wiro with 'tho mncliino exploded the
gasolino tank, throwing tho burning
fluid uver Korcs of spectators. Johnson
was among the seven vict Imp.
and finall participate in tha Exposition.
AVhilo l.o announced no partic
ulars, tho secretary intimated that
thcro would bo negotiations jiresjiDg
those nations to take part;
made brief addresses endorsing
Werican $trmteti
Great Britain and Germany Will
Probably Withdraw from Panama-Pacific
(Ily l'cderal Wireless Telegraph.)
WABlifNTiTOX, July 31. (Special'
to Tho Ailvortiscr) Strong indications
that' neither (Jcrmhny nor CJrcat Ilritain
will participate In tho 11(15
Exposition at Sau
werq udmittcsl today at tho atnto do
partiue'iit, whero intimations to that
effect liavo been- reifqived.
In both lases tho rpasoii' assigned is
that international expositions are so
frccjuont as to loo any trudo value
thoy might havo originally possesaod
Tlie derision of 'tha two countries is
not final, nnd it it likely 'that unofllrlat
reirescntntinns will be made to both
nations to show -It Is urslraliln to
their pobition.
Secretary llryan .positively de'liled
tint Kngland lias refused to participate
in the fair on account of tho
rnn.il tolls dispute or thnt tho tarltf
disagreement with Germany is back of
that country':) refusal,
Ei 'W iiiiBi
Chairman of tho legislative eommittoe of tlio national American Women
Suffrage Association, who led crusaders at Washington
and companion who lias procd a great aid in organization
Real Purpose of Visit of Secretary
Daniels of the Navy and Secro.
tary 6f War Garrison to Coast
Develops in Announcements
Made from Washington.
(Ily 1'edeial Wireless Telegraph.)
clal to The Advertiser) Significant in.
ilientinns of tho real puriosc"'of to
isit here of both Secretary Garrison
and Secretary of tho Xuvy Daniels
comes in tho. form of Washington
pntclies, wulrii gin among tho pi, ins
of tho war and navy departments tins
coutruction of. a, great lo.iling btatbm
of San rrancisco llay at California
City, the building of a drydpek,, probably
at Han I'ranclsco, tho'
of u camp for Moxiinn lefugoes
near Sun Diego, tho building of n military
road around the northern wpd of
tno iioiilen unto to uraue'H liay and
tlio enlargement and strengthening of
Pacific Coast decks bo that any vessel
in tho Navy may lie repaired on tlio
(Ily Federal Wirelens Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, July 31. (Special to The
Advertiser) Imprisonment for life was
the sentence proummccd hero today bv
Judge Kersten on Itobert Webb, leader
of tho auto bandit gang who recently
terrorized Chicago
Webb was specifically cqtivlctcd of
murdering Policeurju Hart,
Succeed in Dividing Forces of tho
Greeks and Servians and Reported
to Have Defeated Latter in
Several Engagements French
Commission Verifies Cruelties.
(Ity federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MJ.MHJK, .nay ill. (HprClfll to 1110
Advertiser) disintches
from Sofia received hero today uVclaru
that the Jlulgariaus have taken jtho offensive
on tho upper Ilrcglanita river
and bno sucecednd in depurating tho
Greek and Servian armies. They added
tlml the llulg.'trs liavo defeated tho
Greeks in engagements.
Constantinople telegraphs that the
Jtussiau fleet is making snunillng in the.
lilack Sen end of tlio llosphorns and
the Porto IicIIovoh Itimsla Is planning u
demonstration against Constantinople
in order to force tho Turkish forces now
in Adrlanoplo to retreat from that city
'and tho ncihburing territory.
confirm"reports of
bulgarian cruelties
fllv lVderal Wireless Telegraih.)
MAI.OMKA, July 111.- (Special to
The Adverser) A I'rcnrli roniinimilnu.
Inch has beon investigating rciwuted
Iluteanan ntroeitins at Dcixdte,
Imto today with (iroof that a
perfect carnival of bloodshed swept
that J'Hrt of the ilalkan. Tho
exhibited shocking paraphernalia
depicting (he atrocities consequent upon
the general mnssnern both at Doxato
and ilnen hero in thu siiiiiu region.
fllv Federal Wirdess Telegmiih.)
r.WHlNG, Michigan, July
clal to The Advertiser)- 1'ivo thousand
lonnl. of iimmunition, it was learned
this afternoon, havo been secretly
shipped,' to ilrigadicr Geuerui Abbey.
Mulhnll at Opening: of
by Attorney for
Association of Manufacturers
Refuses to Answer Question!)
Unloss Granted Permission
for Counsel.
Senators Accd and Nelson of
Joiit in Argument With
Representative of Manufacturers
Heated Words Aro Used
and Great Confusion Prevails
FcndC Filially Prevails.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July III. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A row do
v eloped during fhn
today of Martin Mulhnll of Ilnltimorn
before tho "insidious lobby" proliers.
It cuinu when Senator I.eo Overman
began reading questions Mtnrni'y Me
Carter for tho National Association of
Manufacturers had submitted. Mi Carter
demanded that he bu permitted to
lead'tho questions, und after his ropiest
had been granted ho entered into it
bitter denunciation of Mulhnll.
This angered Jlu(liall, and -ho announced
ho would not niisner u
unless granted counsel.
"I want counsel," Insisted .Mulhnll,
"or J -won't talk. I'll go to jail for,
contempt first. I wiis only thfllr ngi'nt
W'leii I wnrKOil lor the, .National Anno
elation Of Manufacturers. 1 won't let
tlnnujittack mo nnd get away with it."
An argument between Senators Iteel
and Nelson aud McCartur then fol
"We will conduct 'this Vixanilmitimi
without counsel on eithorsjjile," said
Senator Heed. "1 will not hear an-Other
"You will hear another word whether
jou III. c It or not," wns McCartor's
eOmo back. "I do not enro what you
think. I havo somn rights Irore."
Great coufusinu followed mid It wns
some tluio bororu Chairman Overman
restored order.
Answering questions
,In I lml I said ho published tho letters
to claim out tho insidious lobby.
liy Federal AVireioss Telegraph.)
SAN FltAHyiSCO, July 31.
(Sfiecial to Tho Advertiser) Duko
Kalianniiioku may nlako another
nttempt to break the world's fifty-yard
record at tho Sutro Hatha
tank on Augnst 10. Tho attempt
will be. Hindu in open competition. H
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegrapli.)
(JAI.UMirr, Michigan, July 31.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Strikers
this afternoon signed slips staging lion'
long thoy could stand tlio strike. The
majority stated that they could support
themsolvcH six months. Ousido uli'l,
lion over, has been promised, and tho
union leaders say tho men could (day
out a year if necessary, Tho strikers
participated In a parado tills aftvruoon
but there wero no disorders.
NF.W Y01IK, July 31. (Ily Associated
Tress Cublo) John Ilnrroy
Mitchell, recently appointed colleetor
of tho port by I'resldont Wilson nnd
confirmed in tho position by tho aeu
ute, has been unanimously nominated
by thu Fusionists as their caudldato for
uiuyor of Now Yorl.itp succeed (Guyuor?
President Wilson nnd Secretary of
State Bryan AligncuVAgainst
Scnato Foreign Relations Committee
on Question of tho Recognition
of tho Hucrta Government.
Question May Bo Carrlod to Floor
of Senate, Committee Feeling
That Ambassador Wilson's Re-port
Warrants 'This Country In
Accepting Present 'Moxican
as Do Facto.
(Ily federal Wirolcss Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, July 31. (Special
to Thu Advertiser) SerktiiH friction
liotneeu President nnd Secretary
llryan on one side nnd the scnato foreign
relations roinmilleo mi tho other
exists over tho MVxIcali situation us a
result ol Ambassador Jlcury I,. Wilson's
plea to tho latter lor recognition
cl the Iluerta government,
Tim lulibassulor's presentation of tho
Hiierla claims impruss'nd tlw senators,
but both llryan mid tho President nro
determini'd not to recognlzo Hucrta under
any circiiiiistanccs.
TJiey do not, it Is understood, desire
tu estnbtlsh u precedent which
would encourage the pode of South
niij.1 Central Americft tn.ldllltln'ir'reol
dents and estnbllsli dii 'fiieto
and demand Amcrieau recognition.
They want tu let Mexico mntters rest
as they are. On tho other hand, tho
members of the donate eoiiimlttcn domain!
imiiiedintn artioil mid unless tho
President agrees to this Mexican
situ itioii probably will bo
on tho floor of tho senate.
Chambers of Commerce Appeal to
Local Colony to Deny Support
to Rebels.
In a lengthy cablo containing liter
ono thousand code words,', sent to tho
Chinese papers of tho clty,.and published
yesterday by tho Wall ljiug Ho, tho
AllieirChainberx of Couimcrco of Cliina,
representing tlio merchants of tho He-public,
appeal (o tho Chinese in Honolulu
to refrain from supporting the
in China,
Tho messago states that while tho
merchants favored tho revolution which
overthrew tho Miiiichuli becnuso it was
for tho purwso of releasing Qitina from
the sway of an nbsohito muuarchy, that
tho merchants aro not in sympathy with
tho present revolt. They assert the government
of Yuan has not been
given a chanco to show what It eould
do establishing a stablo administration.
Tho mestage states further that tlm
revolt has been engineered by its leaders
solely to gratify their own ambition,
nml not i becuuso of a patriotiu
inUrtst'iif'tliu nulfaro of China.
, The messngo declares that tho
foredoomed to failure, is now
tottering, and urgos tho Chinese hero
and elsewhere to give tho rebels ua on
eoiiriigemeut, for that the sooner tho
revolt Is ended tho better tho chanco
for China to become firmly established
us n Republic,
Tho message goes Into detail in describing
the history of Cliiiiu for thu
past few vears, bcgiiiningirwith tho
revolution which overthrow,;, flip ilnn
chus mid continuing tluoggli the present
revolt. '
.. i
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
(IN( INNATI, July 31. (Speciul to
The Advertiser) Walter Horn of San
Frnnelsco was elected horo today by
nccluniatiou to tho office of suprcino
dlclutor of the Loyal Order of Mooo,
- --4-.
(Ily Ft'dornl Wireles Telegrapli )
( UK AGO, July ai, (Special to Tiid
Advertiser) Lowfor temperatures pro
vuilod taduy (Lnnujugut nil tlie Weil,

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