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HUERTA WILL NOT RESIGN, REPORT Long Conference With Nelson O'Shaughnessy Attended by Only Three; Greatest Se crecy Maintained ships named should make preparations for returning home. WILSON DSaran SENDING ENVOY washing ton, not. 6.—Dr. wniiam 'Bayard Hale has not been sent to the Mexican border to open negotiations with General Oarrania in behalf of the United States government. Presi dent Wilson made this clear today to his callers. He added that Hale left the city without instructions from him. His present whereabouts is un known to the president. The president also indicated that, while no ultimatum or note was sent Huerta demanding that he retire from the presidency. Instructions were sent to O'Shaughnessy, which were imme diately conveyed to the Mexican foreign office. The nature of the In structions was not disclosed. ARMY TRANSPORT -<i FOR CAVALRY GALVESTON, Tex.. Nov. s—The United States army transport Kilpat rick, which has been here since the concentration of the second division of the army here in February, sailed today for New York, where the Tenth cavalry, which has been stationed at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, will be taken aboard and brought here. The troops will then entrain for Fort Bliss, Texas. Other movements of troops were an nounced as follows: Four troops of the Fifteenth cav elry now at Washington; four troops of the same regiment at Chicago and four stationed at Fort Leavenworth will move simultaneously for the Mexican border in Arizona. J 7 S. TROOPS LEARN MEXICAN TRAILS EL PASO. Tex.. Nov. 6.—The United Ftates troops stationed at El Paso and vicinity, which will be the first to en ter Mexico if the United States gov- j -ernment decides to intervene to straighten out Mexico's troubles, are | quietly but actively making every J preparation for intervention. The ! troops of the Second cavalry are daily being drilled in mimic warfare over the desert country and mountains in ♦he vicinity to acquaint them with the type of country they will encounter in Mexico, and long hikes are being taken by the different troops of the regiment. JOLLIER TO COAL FLEET AT CUAYMAS MARE ISLAND. Nov. «.—Orders were received at the yard today for the collier Justin to be placed in shape for a trip to Guaymas wl*h coal. The Justin will leave Wednes day for California City to coal. The collier Nanshan is now on her way up the coast from Guaymas. She will take on a cargo of coal and return to Mexico. TJUERTA APPEALS JTI TO THE HAGUE LONDON, Nov. 6. —It is reported in diplomatic circles here that Huerta RESINOL CURED AWFUL ITCHING IN ONE NIGHT Had Suffered Six or Seven Months. New York, April 26, 1913—"The skin on my hand got red and rough. It Itched and I began to scratch it. It itched so that sometimes I could riot sleep all night. I was suffering very much. I« used salve and —— 1 , but they did not seem to help me. This went on for six or seven months. Then I tried Resi nol Ointment end Resinol Soap. I used them one night. In the morn ing. t/> my surprise, my hand was all well and the trouble hag never returned. This is the absolute truth." (Signed) Miss Cells Kleinman, 61 Co lumbus St. Nothing we can say of Resinol equals what others, such as Miss Kleinman, say of ft. It does Its work quickly, easily and at little cost. If you are suffering from itching, burn ing skin troubles, pimples, blackheads, dandruff, ulcers, boils, stubborn sores, or plies, it will cost you nothing to try Resinol Ointment and Soap. Send to Dept. 18-R, Resinol, Baltimore, Md., tor a free sample. Sold by all drug gists.—Advertisement. JVELSON O'SHA UGHNESSE V, the Amer * * ican Charge d* Affaires in Mexico City, who held a conference with Huerta yester day, and the harbor of Vera Cruz, showing the Morro Castle in the roadstead. will appeal to the international court of arbitration at The Hague to medi ate the difficulties between the Mexi can and the United States govern ments. Huerta is believed to be on the point of asking The Hague tribunal to pre vent any contemplated armed inter vention in Mexico, on the ground that It would, be death to the nationality of the American republic. Mexico is a signatory to Tho Hague compact which was signed when the international court was organized. "Worth Its Weight in Gold" MRS. JOHANNA LEEK Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is one of the greatest strength builders and tonic stimulants known to medicine. It improves the digestion and assimilation of the food, and m this way rebuilds the weakened tissues in a gradual, healthy, natural manner. It is a remedy and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip, bronchitis, coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers and all wasting, weakened, diseased con ditions. It is invaluable for overworked men,*del!cate women and sickly children. It strengthens and sustains the system, is a promoter of health and longevity, makes the old feel young and keeps the young strong. CAL'TIOIV.—When you ask your rirufra-ist, Sfroeer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Wlilakey be sure you icet the J_Kr genuine, it - * ho absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey _y fS_\_m2x*K and In sold In sealed hot tie* only—never in bulk. Look 1 for the trademark, the "Old Chemlat." on the label, and |j\ j make miro the seal over the enrk l» unbroken. Price $1.00. Vj\ Write Medical Department, The Duffy Malt Whinkey Co., KoelifMir, \. V., tor a free Illustrated medical booklet and free ailUce. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913 Mitchel's Plurality In New York 121,209 NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—John Purroy Mitchel's plurality for mayor in the election Tuesday, as shown by official returns, is 121,209. Six Tammany leaders declared Murphy will never dictate another nomination or manage another campaign. Here's a woman 80 years of age who does her own housework as well as ever. She says her good health is the result of using Duffy's Pure Malt Whis key, and that it makes her feel ten years younger. If you knew of anything that would take ten years off your age, you'd get it, wouldn't you? "I am 80 years old and can do as much work as 1 could ten years ago. I can cook three meals a day and do all the other housework and can see as good as I ever could. I believe my good health is the result of using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, and think it is worth its weight in gold to all, old or young."—Mrs. Johanna Leek, Vienna, Mo. LOWRIE'S LETTER STARTLES CROWD Missive Full of Pathos to Sculptor's Wife Read at Trial Continued from Pafre 1 and summers' —aged 39 —Donald Low rie. "P. S. —I remember what you said about 40 year old human male mani festations. Stick to it; you are right. D. L." TRIP WITH A DRUMMER Another letter was introduced, written by Mrs. Frohlich to W. B. Robertson, a traveling salesman, in which she says she has written him three letters to make sure of finding him. One to the Manx hotel and the others to general delivery at Seattle and San Francisco. She recalls Robertson's memory to a trip to Portland on the steamship President and expressed a wish to accept his offer to "grubstake" her on a trip to Wyoming and Montana to take up a homesteaa. While the little girl is with her mother at 1600 Fell street, the sculp tor solaces himself with an attempt to recall in plaster the features of the little girl. He is engaged in mak ing from memory a bas relief me dalion of little Helen Virginia at the Hough & Hough studio at Fifteenth and Mission streets. Fancy Skaters to Be At Coliseum Opening All the latest fancy skating steps will be on view at the grand opening of the skating season at the Coliseum on Friday night. Many of the best rinkers of the bay cities have ex pressed their intention of attending the first night of the fall season. The Coliseum military band will play a program of new music, some of which is especially adapted for the Tinkers., Carnivals and masquerades will be among the features of the coming sea son. Woman Shoplifter Admitted to Parole SAN JOSE, Nov. 6.—Mrs. Mary rtibisl. who has stolen hundreds of dollars' worth of goods In local de partment stores, was paroled today l»y Police Judge T. R. Dougherty, with the understanding that she report regularly once a week to Chief of Police Ross. It is stated that the woman had irresistible Impulses to steal, and in many instances made away with goods of no particular value. Deserted 13 Years, Wife Wants Divorce Terminating 13 years of uncertainty regarding her husband's return, Mrs. Henrietta J. Thomas today tiled a se cret suit for divorce against Robert Thomas, alleging desertion and fail ure to provide. The couple were married In Bristol, Eng., on Christmas' day 30 years ago. She says he deserted her 13 years ago. SAN RAFAEL LICENSES SAN KAFAKL. Nov. 6.-—Marriage licenses were granted here yesterday as follows: Arthur F. Roberts, 22, and Irma Wakefield, 18, both of Oak land; Charles Koch, 23, and Ida Hutchins. 23. San Francisco; Fred W. Becker, 32, and Jennie E. Forsyth, 27. San Francisco; John J. White. 21, San Francisco,, and Katherine O. Bud wig, 18, San Rafael; Olaf C. Kaffka, 27, and Ellen D. Hansen, 2S, San Fran cisco. Special Purchase of Suits Out of Express Packages Only Last Night, From New York ON SALE TODAY We don t dare quote the This sma shes our value giving i £ ir record of the past to pieces. Se values—see tor yourselt curing these 150 Suits t0 be sold and be the judge. at $19.75 is the "scoop' 9 of the season. This price is nowhere Q a l~ Pri/»#» Only near the valuation that Jcuc 1 vrilijr would ordinarily be p i aC ed on _____ __ such finely made, high-grade d> BZ suits. * m mm AT tZJ Velvets, Eponges, imported ■ W — Reps, Broadcloths, Cheviots, B Hairlines and Fancy Weaves. All —Ladies' and Misses' sizes. Market at Market at Taylor Taylor Oh, John Kopp! You Have $160,000 Estate Waiting for You Relatives in New York Write for Information of Man Missing for Fifteen Years , VALLEJO, Nov. 6.—Relatives of John A. Kopp who reside in New York are anxious to discover his where abouts, and have written to Hermann Koch of this city in an effort to get a trace of the missing man, who is heir to an estae valued at $160,000. One of Mr. Koch's nephews is mar ried to a niece of the missing man, and he is also making search for his wife's relative. Accord ing to Mr. Koch, the missing man has not been heard from for the last 15 years. Fighting Newsboy Is Still Some Fighter \j SAX RAFAEL, Nov. 6.—"Twenty years ago you fought your way to a kingship over the newsboys around Lotta's fountain in San Francisco. Today you have fought your way to the bar of justice through the medium of a charge of battery preferred against you by your wife." With this preliminary statement. Justice of the Peace Magee sentenced Robert W. Barnard, proprietor of a fish market, to six months in the .county jail. SMITH WINS IN CREDITORS' SUIT Federal Court Grants Motion for Hearing to Allow Smith to Liquidate Claims A victory for F. M. Smith has been won by his attorneys in securing a favorable opinion handed down today by Federal Judge M. T. Dooling on their motion for a hearing to allow Smith to liquidate the claim pre sented on July 24 by a number of creditors. On that date a petition in involun tary bankruptcy was filed by Leo R. Dickey, E. E. Gilman, Albert Hanford, the Union Land company and a num ber of others whose claims aggre gated $177,786.50. The attorneys for Smith held that the value of the se curities in the case of J. M. Ksyie was undetermined, and that all the other claims were unliquidated. Three questions were left for Judge Dooling to determine, as follows: Have a suf ficient number of petitioners signed the petition? Do they hold claims against the respondent to the amount required by the statute? and should the matters not be determined in the manner suggested? Judge Dooling held that the questions should be de cided in accordance with the motion made by Smith's attorneys and de cided in favor of a liquidation of the claims, which is regarded as a strong point for Smith. Shorter Twin Peaks Tunnel Investigated Preparatory to signing the ordi nance for the construction of Twin peaks tunnel Mayor Rolph is making an investigation this morning into the claim of Karl Lursen and other residents of the district that the tun nel can be shortened by making the western portal at the proposed La guna Honda station at Dewey boule vard. This would reduce the cost of the bore $1,000,000. City Engineer O'Shaughnessy has advised against the reduction. He says it would make the grade so steep as to prohibit rapid transit. Rolph must sign the ordinance before mid night. GOV. JOHNSON AT CHICAGO CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—Governor John son of California arrived here at 10:30 a. m. today. BESLEY, POLOIST, TAKES LATIN FILM Adventurer Procuring Moving Pictures of Scenes Along Amazon River Captain James Campbell Besley. polo jplaying soldier of fortune, whose mat rimonial tendencies recently led him Into deep water, is in South America taking moving pictures of the Amazon river. C. R. Bushnell, who arrived here today on the liner Pennsylvania, met Besley at Cerro de Pasco. Besley is commander In chief of a moving picture outfit. His aid is Oeorge Shoup, a cousin of Paul Shoup, the railroad magnate. Besley left Cerro de Pasco, which is at the head waters of the Amazon, and intended to take pictures along the Amazon as far as Marmore. He was then going to the source of the River Platte, along the banks of which he expects to get several reels of interesting film. Besley came to California a few years ago with Lord Tweedmouth. He was a member of the Coronado polo team and was regarded as a great matrimonial catch until the announce- ment a few months ago of his engage ment to Miss Elizabeth Marie Wood of Los Angeles led to the discovery that he had a wife living in this city. 3 CHINESE SLAVE GIRLS CAPTURED Make Desperate Effort to Es cape by Secret Passage to Adjoining Building Three Chinese slave girls. Haw Shee, Chan Kan and Sing Kong Shee, were captured last night by Captain F. H. Ainsworth of the immigration service and Chinatown squadmen in a den at 770 Commercial street. A desperate effort to escape was made when the raiding officers en tered the den. The glris were hur ried through a secret passage way into an adjoining building and would probably have escaped had not Cap tain Ainsworth discovered a part of one of the girl's dress caught In a sliding panel. The raiding officers also took into custody Loo Foo, an habitue of the place. Woman Foils Work Of Berkeley Firebug An unsuccessful attempt was made early this morning by a firebug to burn an unoccupied dwelling at 2304 Jefferson avenue, Berkeley, owned by Michael Ramsky, a machinist. The fire was set shortly before 4 o'clock. The flames were discovered by Mrs. Fred Kemp. 2306 Jefferson avenue, who notified the fire department in time to prevent serious damage. Mackay and Other Notables on Olympic LONDON, Nov. 6. —The Olympic has sailed, carrying numerous notables like Clarence H. Mackay and his lit tle son and daughter, the Servian Prince and Princess Alex Krageorge vltch, Sir Robert and Lady Hadfleld, Duke de Maiyodourazzo. Mr. and Mrs. Archer Huntington and Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. SAN RAFAEL UTILITIES TO STATE R. R. COMMISSION Petitions for a special election to place the public utilities corporations of San Rafael under control of the state railroad commls'sion have been filed in San Rafael. The election will be held within 60 days. It Is advo cated by the "cheaper gas rate" forces. Miller Tires Make Perfect Record in Big Road Race Locomobile and Marmon Cars Were Both Equipped With Miller Tires J. E. Newerf, manager of the northern California, branches of the W. D. Newerf Rubber company, Pa cific coasft distributer of the Miller Quality tires, is just in receipt of a telegram from Los Angeles that Mil ler tires made a perfect record in the recent desert race from that city to Phoenix, Ariz., when the winning Lo comobile and the Marmon, that fin ished second, were equipped with Mil ler tires, while Charlie Soule's Cadil lac made the entire 574 miles without a single change of the Miller tires, which this veteran driver invariably stipulates shall be a part of his equip ment. This race was the hardest and the fastest road race ever held in the United States. Seek 2 on Charge Of 'Borrowing' $450 Police Judge Shortall today issued warrants for the arrest of Andrew Holm and Harry G. Armtrout on the complaint of Arthur H. Stuart of the Winchester hotel, who accuses the men of having obtained $450 from him under false pretenses. Accord ing to Stuart he advanced the money mainly upon their representations that they had a controlling Interest In a moving picture theater in Berke ley. ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT Charged with assault with a deadly weapon, Clarice Reici, a negress, liv ing at the Orient hotel, was arrested early today, following an attack upon Ben Williams, a brick layer, of 1238 Mason street. The woman is alleged to have slashed Williams' left arm with a pair of scissors following an argument in a room in the hotel. DRUG mmm specials \n W1 *L& BL ( or FRIDAY and SATURDAY | AT BOTH STORES | War Has Been Declared "We're fighting the drug trust" PATENT MED. TOILET GOODS DRUG DEPT. 25c Carter's Little 25c Mermen's Talc. 10c pkg. Moth Liver Pill....*** Powder H< lo fs g . Chloride $1.00 Akoz "Inter- 25c Frostilla ... ***? Lime «? nal" 714 ~, T » 10c bt. Gasoline. .6? o 1 25c Lyons Tooth ]Q k Sulphur. 6< Fulton s Renal p owder 12 ? 10c P b * t . Wi tch Compound ..«7c a** 50c US P Fff 25c Kolynos Tooth in Haz . el ••• 6< sue o. 3. tr. J-"- . , 10c pkg. Epsom Phos. Sodium 22? Paste 14? Salts .........6? $1.00 hair brush, all bristle 63? 10c pkg. Cascara $1.00 Parisian ivory comb 63? mrK r 50c "1-lb" theatrical cold cream 33? RUBBER GOODS $1.00 Nopier watch, 'guaranteed TS? x an(] 2 year writlen rnrr with every 25c purchase or over, guarantee given. A IV 111 111 one 15c new patented egg beater. SPECIAL 30c allowance upon purchase of water bottle $1.50 "Crest." 2 qt. or fountain syringe when you bring old syringe Red • guaranteed or water bottle. Water Bottle.9sC No-Percentage Drug Stores "Downtown Store" J "Fillmore St. Store" .- _ ct iCor. FILLMORE and ELLIS 953 MARK.LI bl. } ope\ all muht FOR SUPERVISOR FRED L HILMER Member present Board. Has always acted in in terests of the people. A vote for him is a vote for a conscientious public servant. Re-elect him Nov. 11. EADE'S our m W ~~* Pop ilar Remedy ~~ for Gout, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbaero; pains in tbe head, face and limbs. All druggists. K. tfoi'C.KRA A CO., Inc.. Agents for U. H . 9Q Beekman St. N-Y. Oakland Office of j The San Francisco Call 1540 Broadway j I Tel. Sunset Oakland 1953 I WINDOW CUTTER CAPTURED IN ACT Man Who for Weeks Has Wantonly Marred Plate Glass Is Run to Earth Marring the big plate glass win dows of downtown stores wantonly, and, for weeks evading special detail patrolmen who had been stationed In each block to capture him, Samuel Clifford, alais J. Clifton, was arrested last night In Market street by Opera tor W. F. Wise of the Morse patrol. With an ordinary glass cutter in his hand, he was captured in the art of cutting one of the big show win dowß in Market street. Extensive damage was dona »y Clifford on the windows of downtown department stores. It was first thought to be the work of mischiev ous young men with diamond rings, but the scratching continued for two weeks along a systematic effort to destroy the largest and most costly panes. , Police Judge Sullivan this morning sentenced Clifford to serve six months in the county Jail. WEATHER FORECAST Weather forecast for San Fran ciaco— Cloudy tonight; fair and warmer Friday; light northwest winds. TO CALL BOND ELECTION Kentfleld will soon have a special bond election to provide for a new $30,000 school. Plans were discussed last night in a citizen's meeting. Too Late to Classify SAUSAGE maker. German, would like a steady position; thoroughly understands ttie busi ness. Apply box HQ, ( all office. A9m&&(&&r ____ FOR TAX COLLECTOR J. 0. LOW His vote at the Primaries made him the choice of the people. Let that vote be con firmed on November 11th. J.O. LOW, the incumbent, controls his own office and takes dictation from no one. #7T Tenantless landlords and dissatisfied ten ants are both victims of neglect. There's a tenant for every house. There's a satisfactory home for every tenant. The problem is to bring the tvto together. Want Ads solve the prob lem. If yon need a right tenant or s right bouoe. use a Cull want ad. It reaches more home loving people than any other San Franc-two paper. Results are quick and satisfactory.