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.Hawaiian ' g'azettis. TUEsbAY,)ANUARY.2o,.49i4.s;KflvEKKLV,
.fill DDRDEH: SURHErJOERS
TO UfJITED STATES
MARFA, IVxaa, JanqAry 19.-
the Brat time in tlie liwtory of the
callexl tpom to fr-exl; vlotfie and
' eijm army. Thirty-three hundred Mexican Federals, including 1067
women, and three hundred chj Id reft, rnjrjred, footsore, hungry and
xfeakenetl ahrtont to. the point of exhqiuttion, reached.here yesterday,
after being allowed to cross the bonier and place 'thihslve In' tin
custody of the United States troops, i . . , .' .' V. . - .
For three days they had inarched
country between here and Ojinnga. ' They had covered sixty-seven
. miles in all.y The march to the,
the disastrous ront of the Federal
led by Oeneral Villa. The Victorious CoiHtitutionalists were under
orders to spare none and to remain in the city meant death to those
who acted aa its defenders or aided
Three hundred American cavalrymen met the refugees here. Tern
porary arraatfeiuviiU were made
night and today they will be transferred to the United States bar
racks at Fort IJliss,. verlottkjnii El Tuko.; There they will be kept,
possibly until pence in reatoryd jn Mexico or at least until auch time
aa arrangements can be made for
. i The Federal, troops comprise.
army division,1 which under General Mercado, Wns looked upon by
iluerta as strong enougu to successfully hold Ojinaga against any
There were pitiful scenes as tneO
famished and half -naked refugees;
reached here yesterday. Many of
the soldiers Were footsore la addi
tion to being weak from, hunger
and the : effects of the terrible
strain they were under from the
time the main attack began b,y
the rebels on New Year's morn
inp. ' - .
. Many were at once given roedi
. caf aid. It la believed that many
dropped out of the ranks during
the three-day march- from. Oji
nnpA. ' ; .,; . ' -,
The women of the party are
credited with having showed the
nrost fortitude throughout the or
deal. ;They proved the better
marchers. ; Once while the routed
army was resting on the plains
. at night, guards posted to pre
. tent a surprise by the rebels who
were believed to be. in pursuit, )u
baby",. was- born i in'-they, k camr.
Mother and ehjjd were,: carried
Along with the retreating army,
reaching here safely .with the. rc
ugcttH yesterday, , , ..:', :, ,
,.,EVery, earo. is beingf taken of
the refujreen here and prepara
tion are, , already ilftdfjr way, at
Fort. IUUs , to provide' accommo
dations for them when they reach
that post.. , V- v '' ' '
The, weapons and the small
amount of ammunition 'which the
Federals, had on " reaching hef-e
were turned over, to the American
troops. .v '.-.( 4((' i .,, , ,i v- j
General Mercado, the ' Federal
general who ordered the evacua
tion of. Ojinaga, is beingf strong
ly eenrared by the Iluerta admin
istration. It is announeed that
he will be conrt-martialed and
probably executed in the event of
bis return . to ,, Mexico. General
Mercado was, formerly chief of
military affairs under Iluerta and
was looked npon. ns one of the
most ; trusted lieutenants of the
Dictator. '., ' . ;, . ,,. i
Though Volcanoes Subside, Hor-r-
roif at iKajoshimat Becoming t
Greater fn! Extent. -
TOKIO, January Associated
Press r Cnble)--Advioes receired, her
from thorn engaged in rescue work, at
Kogoahima yesterday announced that
th activity of the volcanoes , is sul
aiding. ..Food, medical, supplies, rlotjb.
iag ami eQlu are boing ruabed Ut the
t'oo of tb terribl talaraity td
volunteer are ottering their avrvlcea to
id Ue army and navjr is the work bf
caring for the dead and injured. V ;
-At thi time it ia tmoaaible to fur
mu, even an eatimate of the number
of dead. , ' , .
There' ia great aufTering among the
aurvi-vere and it baa liern fouad in
pooaibU to abolter the thouitanda who
have loot their homea aa result pf
the devaatation eauaed by . the ' lata
flowa aud aehee in whii-h Kogoxhimu
and th aurrounfing country now ie
baricdt , . j
' TOKtO, January 18, (pe-ittl Cable
to the Hawaii rUiin) Niue viDnyt
on Hukaraabima have auffered terribly
aa a result of the eruption of pntuke.
Mora tbaa one. thousand homt-a are
kaowa to have been destroy,l in theae
uiuo yillagea. It ie doomed iinpoanible
lit this time, to eatimute the number Of
persona who have l)t their lives. . Too
tmption of OnUki continue. . . ,
' CAPETOWX, South Africa, January
19. (By AiKtM'iated Preaa Cable)
The great railway strike of the em
ployee of the Houth African Htate Rail
way waa practically ended last niht
with the decision' of the 0erating.
force wkkh tied up' the railroad sys
tem to fettuliie ' Work. . The mineral
atrike, it ia believed, ia also uearing an
(Jty Associate! Press Cable) for
United States it army is now being
shelter an entiro division of a for
across the) parched jnnd; desolate
American border started soon after
troops nt Ojinagii by the rebels,
in any way in the Federal cause
for fowl nnd shelter for. them last
their, safe return to Mexico,
what is . the remnants of the entire
IDST : SEUBIDE
Dozen Torpedo Boats Spend Day
to FfniUcss Search Off
V PLTMOUTir, England, January
(By Aaafciated Weaa Cable) A doien
torpedo boala of the flotilla atationed
here returned lent night after apending
the entire day from daera to dark ia
sounding in an effort to find the lo
cation of the aunken aubtnarinc, which
with ita fiVw of aixteen olTieera and
men baa failed to rie ainca laat Fri
day, j u.i.,u ,': ... i . ' :'
. The efforta of the acarrbera proved
futile and it ia now believed that there
ie no hope 'for th reeene of the crew.
, Because of th fact that the anb
marine during ita aubmerged practice
runa generally . covered considerable
ares there ia much doubt now .- aa to
whether the lost vesnel will ever be lo
rateiL-. -,' -: . -.. .'.
: ; - -
. PLOT IN PORTUGAL
TGO, Spain,' January former
olllpial or the i"ortugueae political po
lice, Hoirter Laucaatre. hiia made I
worn declaration before a notary here
winch ia ceuuteraigned by several wit
neaaM. rhHrRing that the monarchist
plot put down in Liaftna laat October
waa organised by t'aldeiera Beevola,
general conimiHsary of police, with
funda provided by the I'ortugueae gov
eminent. The declaration adda that
arm a were bought and given tr mon
arahlirts, wlicae confidence 'Ncnvola bad
gained and thnt the monarch iate were
arreated when they entered I'ortugaU
" TO HARRISON'S DEFENSE
WASniNfiTOX, Jamiary ?.-iVfidoy
Circuluteil reporta tbat (Jovernor lien
eral ilarriaon haa been replacing many
civil emplnyea n the Philippinee wift
Iiemoertita.from the United State led
the war department to ismie a atate
uient today formally declaring that t!
new Governor has aMiinted only threa
Aniericinit from the State to offioe.
Those, he ha nanieii are Stephen Hot
sail, aavretary .ta the Governor;. John
Hunhea; captain of the Manila police,
and Bernard lleratein, collector of eua-
' Tango gets the ao by.
Iit)NIX)N, January 3. The tanuo has
been given the go by by the Dausaut
i.iuii, wiiirb i migrating from tb
.aneton Hotel t tb Rita, bolng eun-
ceedud fcy Meotch reels and sword
daneeit, which will lie. given with bag'
ie4tlewoiii,'; under'. theHhea
ing "The Dame of Moral Death,"
give iae yicw or a uninber or aristo
cratic, bosteeaea who are condemning
the taugo. It aaya: ''he tango ia
doomed, aud ia now wriggling wililly
through ita final contortions." :
-,; LEAVES ALOERINE
VH TORTA, January 3 When . M.
Hv Aierine puta in sea next month for
Mexican Water, she will have a. new
aptain on the bridge. ptajn forliett
ha nrrive-t at Kiuimnlt from KngUnd
to succeed Captain ItTooker, and will
tae dv rouiniiiud ul om-e.
The .Iterine In at the naval yard,
nwa?..ng the urrival of a new propeller
from (Jreat Britain.'
TO CORE A COLO 111 ONE DAY
, Take- Laxative JJromd (Quinine
Tablet. .- All druggists refund
the money if it -fail, to cure.
P. W Grove's signature is en
;. fadi .Lox .: ,
. !; w icw a iAuia r b
Cli I QT LOCATE
a WILL BE READ TOr.CHRO W
:. li.tuU v
. WASHtMlTOT, January
(Bv Associated Preae bl) For
the paat day PrtiiuYrif Wlf-
son has bee engaged in finishing
bia tneaget to tigtea. It I
believed that they Win" 6nv
pie ted today. It ia the intent on
of the President to read the met-
' aagea to eoagreae touiorr.ow. It
ie nmderstomt that they Heal at
length witn the tmet Situatioh
' and contain a cumber of sugtres- 4
tiona for reform and the mnre 4
-strict repuletion 6f truata.' J
iack Wycliff Eu Two Riba'and
l Collarbone Fractured ia Con
' teat at Schofleld Barracks. -
;8CHOFlELD BARRACKS, January
Is, Jack Wycliff, a member of Com
pany L, Firat Infantry, waa removed to
the Post Hospital tbla evening, tough
ing blood and an Bering considerably,
and ia believed to have tw ribs and
hi collar bone broken aa a mult of
injuries sustained ia a football gam
1 1 nvste Wycliff waa playing Witn tn
rielif Musician' team iu a srama wita
Company V of the First Infantry thi
morning. ' The accident occurred in the
third quarter 6f the game. Wyrlin had
played aver half the gnme in a moat
creditable manner. In the hist naif
the heavier . player of the Company
team beaan to bear down the Musi
cian'a line with straight line plung
nd Wychir went down and waa at
the bottom of a acrimmage; When the
player were disentangled It waa found
that be bad been knocked out, ; and
players and spctatora applied the us
ual restorative measure.
When b regarned consciousness, Wy
cliff was unable to resume. A hasty
examination taadiNoo the ground 'by
Lieutenant LM, who wan acting aa
one of the official of the -tneet, dis-
cloned the probable extent of hi in-
juriea. aad the unlucky player Waa re
moved irom the Held and sent inte bis
Y ben bia condition became ' worse
dnrrng the day, be was ordered to the
post hospital for aurgiral attention. In
ternal in.iuriea were feared. The Field
Mnsiclaa'a team took a bard pounding
toward the latter part of the game and
the injury to the player was regarded
aa one of those accident unavoidable
rn a eraae, bard gam. '
Shotgun Accidentally Diacharfed
" V on . ,' Lalehpa 1 Plains and i '
Btonut It VkllaL; ; 'v.;
(From Moadny Advettiser.) '
When attempting to place i shotaue
inside of an automobile on which he
waa riding yesterday afternoon, the
weapon waa discharged and Henry Aki
waa shot in the bean. The accident
happened en the road to Leltehaa, The
njured man wa rushed to tb post
boepital at Behofteld Barrack where
he wa given Immediate medical' treat
meat. It waa reported lath laat night
from Leilehua that Aki ia. probably
fatally injured. , , '
Aki, William B. Ferry and other
organized a bunting party yesterday
and left early ia the morning for LeV
lehua in two aatomoblfetv .: '
According to Ferry the party arrived
on the plain of Leilehua at four-thirty
olock and started to hunt for suiafl
game. Aki, it 1 claimed, left the
automobile in which b Waa ridlna
and came back to. the larger ear ia
which were Ferry and hie party, Aki
rod on the running board and ! it U
thought that iu trying to place hi
gun' inaide the machine the hammer
caught on the side of the ear and the
shell waa discharged. A portion of
the charge struck. Aki on, the left side
of the bend.
The wounded maa ia ia the employ
of the Hawaii Express Company a s
driver oat one of it motor trucks. ;
ADMIRAL COWLES ii'.Z.V-
V: REASSURES MEXICANS
WUACAN, MeXic. December 14.-
After being entertained at anquet
aad ball, Admirht Cewle, commanding
the United Btate Facifie fleet? ("apt,
W. W. Gikner of the cruiser Pittsburgh;
aad Ave. other American naval omrw
loft today for the coast. .' -v '
Ji'edpo RiVeras, f OnstitutioaaTst Gov
ernor ef Sinslna; Geaerai Iturbe, nur
gent commander 6f the State, and other
Mexican offii-ers and oUiclals prolmbly
Will accept the admiral invitation to
riwtjne American shipa tOilay.
Af, the. ,f hiiiuiet'AdiHiral Cow Ie spoke
' i.Bfl"wei5 ,,J n address by Col. Ed
ardo Hay. chief of stsJT to (leneral
.i.uii.1-. Auniirai i.vwihh ueriare i m
jingoism prai'tiially did' not exiat in
the United Htate, and never had ex
isted to any extent. He said that the
United etat.es wanted Mexico to settle
her own difficulties. The admiral also
expressed good feeling toward the Mex
ican people. '. . -' .-v-
rsespeech aa applauded ' vliinr-
A far lis was made knbwn Admiral
'owlets' visit here waa of a purely ao-
iaf nature. ' '
TO SUCCEED RAMPOLLA.
ROMB; Jaauhry Zoi Pta has
apiwinted Cardinal Ferrata secretary
of the Congregation of the Holy Ofllc
aad Cardinal Bialettl grand Prior of the
Order of tb KiUgbto of Mart, ftbth
these ofllcea were held by the lute
Cardinal ltampolla. '.'". ' : i t
A rumor that Cardinal (Vfvaneil k
Boston Is to be aiade Arch Prie.i of
St. Peter's, lack confirmation. Car
dinals Effiott and Lrigarl were an.
pointed members of the Congregation
of the Holy Ofllca. . , ! ,
Hawaiian Bar Association at Live
tf MeetmJ , yote . fA, ( EndOMe
. Justice D oI) t and ! Judg"
enry Ei, Copper and .William
J, RoblnJon; f or Reappointment
on Territorial Bench and Cir
' cnit Bench.,i .,--,:
(From Saturday Advertiser.)
1 The Hawallaa Bar Asuociatlon, at its
called "meeting' . yesterday t afterticod.
voted, by an ovetwholming majority to
recomwoiMl thff reappointment of Jus
tice John T.'Ie Bolt and Judge Henry
E. Cooper .a ml William J. Boblnaon to
the position which they -new bold. The
resolution ohcorning the reappointment
of Justice I) Bolt wa aa.followsi
" Whorens the Hawaiian Bar Aaso-
clatifMt recognixaa.rand appreelntec the
high moral character, legal ability hod
Integrity, ef Judee.-Arthnr. A. Wilder
and E. M. Wals4in, yet in view of tne
sterling ability and faithful service Of
Justice; De Bolt the Hawaiian, Bar Aa-
wciation recAmmenda his reappointment
assofiate jii! tlee of the supreme court
of the Territory of Hawaii.'" - '
? . Attorney Davis fmidei. ". ' '.'
The meeting was -called to order ht
four o'clock yesterday afternoon, with
Ooorge A v; Da via, a member of ' the
executive committee, In the chair. Bo
retary K. W. button read the call aad
stated in expbi nation that President
C. R. Hemenway had apininled a com
mitter on nominations fo' the bench,
consisting of Judze A, A. Wilder, . C.
refer and E. . W. tHitton. Thi eom-
mlttf called on Governor L. K. P.nk
hnm on January 2 and informed him
thnt the Bar Aaiociation had. at Its
regular meefng in 'December,'7 JPlif,
Onanimouslv endorseil.'the appointment
of Jndire Willinm H.' KtWnni and the
reappointment of. Justice 'Antonio Perry
and. Judpe William. L, Whitney. JudttJ
Charles F. Parson, and Judre John A.
Matthewmap. ' Governor Pinlkham In
formed the committee that he had un
dertaken to give immediate cont'd 'tiv
tion to tre matter or appointments to
fill ' vacacies in the 'IjrtnWaiian ' bench,
aatfthnt beHronld: mn due'eohnldera
xlaa V the Committee ' Wort f !' t '
OH mt ion the report of 'the Commit
tee was accepted, ordered placed on
Cle Snd the ceinmitlee discharged, with
the thanks of the bar association.
The . associntion then voted nnani-
monisry to indorse the reeommendalion
for the appointmeat 61 Judire Willfkm
J. Robinson to succeed himself as third
judge of the first judicial circuit. ..'.';'
Praise for Judge De Bolt.', , :, '
David Withinirton then Helivemd
an extended; and able, appreciation of
the service rendered the puhlie and
tho bar by Judge De Bolt. He dwelt
at length upon" hi faithful efficiency
in service for the cause of instica in
tfft Territory, and introduced the reso
lution aa above.' 'William R Ctl.
seconded the resolution. '''.
William O. 8mith alrf that W be
Keyed that competency in- pnbtin serv
ice should be recognised; tbat it was
in the interest of cood sYvernmi h
officials who have shown consistent effi
ciency should receive reeognitioa of
Heir seme to the community. He
said that he was sorry that the Oov
emor nnd recommended the arnpoiat
rhenf of Mesirs. Wstsnn W;m.,
Judow Wilder, ho said, was one of the
heat justices who had ever served on
thy- etrpreme tench. Mr. Wats, as
every one knows, is (in attorney of in
tegrity and marked leg:.) ability. Nev
ertheless it was toot in the interest of
IraMle iustlew that the faithful nd
earetkh eulelency of Judge) Do Bolt
".mm nass nnrocogutzAl and thnt
either of 'thosr whomOnvernor Plirk
imm bad recomitiorided,' should e ap
pointed in hi atead. - - 1
Jndire W.. R' l.vmiw Af.A,i :
fense of his pert ner, ami jtta'ed Ihit
if thn resolution was passed in the form
'n which Withinirtnft hn1 nr,-i...l
It might bw Interpreted it aomowhat bf
a slur tfpon-tho fltneo of either of these
gentlemen for JlidMnr appointment.
Judm" W. I Stanley supported W,
Smith's view. .' -
Withinirton alT thnt thi 'i..Mi!A.
ha4 w intent other than to exnrnaa the
sentimeat of the' bar association, and
th he tar ociition" ought to mak
if ri'omiwqar.inni rtireet to the attor
y geaerai-of the lnited Htate and
khe - PreeMfht: and not tn tha nftv.
udj Oeorge A. Davis said that ree-
ommeadatioSa a to 1 ad icliil annn'nf
menta on the territorial ibort r a
prerogative of the bar, and that the
Hoveruor ha nntliln to do with it:
that he has no more say about HiulicUl
viiitnunii man any oi ner eitisen..
B, P, Quarlea then arose aud asked
to( be excused from Su expression of
opijron or partiripatiort la the vote as
he bdd eutered an application in Wash
ington for appointment to the Hawaii
an bench. M. F. proaser, T. A. IJoutU
lit aud K. W, Button expressed apt.re
clhtloa bf Judge 1H Bolt ' service.
They were in favor of bU reappoint
ment. Douthitt said hn was atrtnigly
opposed to the auggestioa .offered by
Judge hymer that the association ree
otnmend a 'seroad and third choice as
well as a first choie. The assmiatrun,
in his oplnioir, stood for De Bolt and
there was no alternative. $o 1 consid
ered,. -,a .
Atklnaoa Opposes AiiUgoniam. ' '
A. .. C, Atkinson deprecated any ac
tios by the bar ashociatiou that might
bo hiterpeted ha antagonisfic. to the
tioVernor and1 the administration.; (The
Presldeal,' be aaid would appoint
.'.WARtitlOX, Jani)flfy .(Uy Associated Tress Cable)
A boarj ot nnvar ifnccrs is to rrieet here this wepk for the
' purpose of aelpctino; a site fpr. the Erection of a Iff?fi power
' radio Rtatiofi near San Diepo, Califnrttiai.MTJheprdpoRed site -..
at Choll jrelghta, a high promontofy ,la the Suburbs of Sajv
, Dieffo and overlooking the ocean. Th( proposed plant will "be
one of the most powerful In the world., It will be' one.of a.,
chain whheh the United States p;ove.rtifnent pre(oca esUblinh
ing, connecting tb Paclflc Coast . wfth Hawaii, the Panama
Cunal an4 pointa on trie -Atlantie. sr-aboard, t , X ' r ' rT
whomever he pieasell and wpuld prob
ably act on Pihkham'B'r'eCoirimf rh
tloitii. ' ' ,u"' ' i'--vi ij .,.i
The qbeation W theW called and the
resolution waa adopted nnnaimouely.
Iorrin Andrew then moved a resol
ution rndorsing Judge' Henry T.. CooJ
er to iuccced himself, lie aaldt , '
Andrewa Nolhinatea Cooper. , : '
"It gives me great pleasure to nomi
nate Henry K. Cooper to Succeed him
aelf for the position, of Firat Judge bf
the' First Circuit Court." Judge t'oojr
has made a record he a hard working
and conscientious judgs that Would be
hard to surpass". ' it has always been
great pleasure for me to try a' case be
fore Judge Cooper and I am Sure it has1
been so to other' members of the bar.
His legal ability needs no ' enloghim
from ma,' and If the bar association is
to continue IT record' of endorsing con-'
additions, 'alila'and1 faithful lodges, the
recommendation of Judge Cooper to
mweent hnsnself ehoakt b )naimiMly
chrrivd.'J' - . " ; . ' ' ' '
1 The soliitidn'Vk ae'cortdeif tiy ' Al
IT. Brown and waa carried by a vote of
3l 't6'l n-l..iii. ' v"' '' el
-Irwus tne moved? tha the' Bar' As
srH tntmn cable -it . .recommeridntlons
for jitdlelal appointment to- Attorney
General McKeyntdds ' and ' 'President
V ooiVroW Wiltii." There was' a very
Wrm' isensHiori of he prppriety' fcnd
SdVhnbiTrty of aW nntifving floverno
t-K. I'lnkhftm o( the SctHon of the bar
association,- -"''-' . "."""-' 'V
1 When a Hiotion wa made to appoliVt
it coirirnitte. of three to notify Gover
nor Pinkhaih of lh a'cJso taken; Ir'
tin Andrew emphatically objected. Mr.
Andrew aldfv' i"'; !, ,"' . ,h '" ,;1
( ' vVTiy is it Vensilreni(f heceashry-to
appoint a committee to -tftfortn -the
Governor of 'the aeti6n 'taken fcy ' th
bar asuooUtiOh, 'when We. have already
i a bled the president and' the attorney
cnerar of the United Kta,tes 6nr reeonv
mendatiohs, which In the ussal prartis
f thi asorlhtloof" )": ' -7y
' ." .Why should' we;, vary our rAcioto
by notifying the Governor, who, under
the Organic Art; has nothing to tfoVith
the 7ipontment of the Julget"! ".'
'I W". . Hmith replied! td Mr.; Andr)Wa,
saving tht? it, w h matter, of ewrtey
to the 'Goyrholr andV i4nif policy ' for
IW;bar.',a(!ociatlon ,.to,iiV th. ,fty;(?r
hor notice of the Action taksn, , - '
-z:, ; "
-.Mr Andrew Replied v.,..-,, ;
'W are aoi a political' party look
ing; to tjover&or Pitikhara for favor. It
seems to' ma tnbr in keeping ' with the
dignity' of the bar xociation to 'deal
directly witb"thf anthbritiv, -who
law 'are rhargcf with the duty of J
poihtlng these judges IhaafO drfr tA
the' GovefiTor for the sake of policy.
Why should We 'htViApt U entry faVor
itth' an Xbrutlve, no matter how real
oxis'.he'hiay fg to' carry' bus 'what he
iinderttand to be the Wishes ' of the
lrsldentr'' r" '.'. ".i ' '
" "A Mr.0 Withtngkon'As bald,- 8k'
ator KntJ. when attorney general ef
the rsited Htstes, h.l stated 'to this
br assdelatioir that in the selection af
Judge hi this Territory, 1 did sibt
donsrdeif btmself bound ty , any ectm
mendotlo of a Vjevertior as that was1
4 matter exclusively Tor the bar'kMo
ciatlbh' to' recommend. ' We bate' bad
OoVeruofs nere Vfore. Thy have 'felt
fhey had the riht to' ignore tHr feeom
mendatibris' bf the' bar association.' but
ft seems to m that we: should' preserve
our independence, aad not trtfcVle td
man simply because he is holding A high
exm iltrVe position."; AS I :ndcrstooi
the rep'brt of th committee they fcad
4ried upon the Governor and presented
dor recommendation to bini. Ahd the
Oovbrnttr; without notifybitf (be ba a '-'
sortatioii or the ' member of the rmit.
mittee has proceeded through the pubi
He press to announce' hi nomination
of. judges. It seem tq me that i we
again semi ft committee to present him
with further aominatiene, we would
soon be in the poaitiou of the , Demo
cratic county committee, in courting
from him a slap In the face.', ' ,
Will Notify Governor." 1
Sobbin B. Aaders said, by all
leans give the Governor a chance to
work with the bar association if be
wanted to, and several others said that
courtesy was due to the position it
not to tne man, that it. did not follow
that because the aew Governor ignored
the bar haaociatioa ot was discourteous
to the organication-that the aaspcia.
tloa should, shyigtack t.ofll,4ftajrteslii
Chairman Davis - then appointed I
eomnnttee consisting ; of William V
Mhntn, A. L. C. .Atkinson aud R. K
Anderson to wait, npon the Governor
and inform aim oflicially of the action
of the association. ... , ' .'.
Before adjournibg Carlo A. i ting
and Henry 8. Uelriuhs were - sleeted
members of the association. ' '
Those present at the meeting were:
Moasrs. Brown, EdlngS, . Steinbeck,
Quarles, Veaver,' Peterson, '. i Parke,
ltawlina, Anderson, W. R. Castle, A.
U Castle, Jiath, Davis, rhitton, Judd,
Douthitt, Coke,: Lymer,- wAhiugtoa,
Andrew, Atkinson, J'roasej'f Andrade,
Mars, Smith, LjrnTroot, Htauley,
rkhnack, Curry, Larnaxh and Green''
well.. .:'. ' :' '.' ,; ' , . I '
Oovetnor Kpt Worried ' ,
"I have nothing to I say,'' replied
Governor Piukhaiu when asked if he
bad any' atatetnent fo make in regard
to thrt ac tion and sUnd ta.k'sn by the
bar association, : ' . '
"I am satisfied with what I have
done ' aad am sure that I have don
what I right'-.-,' The "people are satis
flod, too. Further than this I bavV'
aotaieg to say." ' ' ' .
Biiilt on Pacific. "
HaWdii tb FJaVci Onc
, VlUili I
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' FEMALE ILIPJER50;i.UDRS
.. itl''.'.: -j ''Mi
"" (From Monday AiKertiser.)-
Tal Look, a local Chinese, Wns jfuilty
of highly iniquitous sopluct about, Ipid-
night Saturday, .which was the cause pf
his making Srf sawimngi Itlp to the
city Jait.' Being reluctant t avail bim-
svlf of the quarrers provided fy the
eommunitv, he wa "trbllged t6 risk a
depoatt; of some 'fiefectryj,od bait
money to Insure hU aVp-aran'ce oh Mon
day morning. Tai Look, it is alleged,
ass neew dispenateg- pom witbeut'S
rieytme af a renort: ninnka of the Moi-
"illj thir park,' annthif enrrt'tt: to th
knowledge 6t Jni)lect'nr'.'Wtll!Km, I. Fen'-
nen, who ImiHediatetV.' rranic,r,;1itH
deal 'to eacH tire orrprt.tcr red-handed
Which Vvnulreil no little 'iirsplav of his
tilonie' ability 'on thrt i-tirt of two 'of
hi 'fhis'ty liifctrrier.' One 'of thes In
fornicrs," effe'Tnlly-djsjjiiiae I 'in .'wom
an' attire; whs rcorte.i trf the; resnrf
Reiireeritliiir. ' tliemsolvc' as havlntf
been direeteil to IHej iofnt by a mutna'
ttm4h the smcreodtvT in gaTninir the
edrin lerire nf the gnilfesi Chineae, aad
m''nhtral 'Were their sc'tions in the
parts Trt ' whih they 'were eat' tlml
they had' no; dllTlcull.y'''irt"of(1erini nhd
ftaf oflWhttAv WaK' m-dered and T-d
for, ; hnr a- fhfs rw'nologlcar mbmenl
tlm VthVrMddy lt)r thnector nne1l.
apiienred 0 the secne' hn.r l.incbod'the
"nr, unnui.n-(.'iing. SOU- ipauiy , dUINj
hosf."" ' "'; -'K"-'-' l. " ( ,
ncjiboHJ Imt it Wa (piiftf evident' frem
his demesnor1 'that" fa rittiire' hnoJ to-
male rmperoiiaior htul' theis oac.rts
111 rece-iylittle VtfilVtegy' ai hlaridace
v A srarrH' of iU'imtifi' iutr tie
HA4 fcOXfcTcIJS?ItEW RACE
. J ".. '.I i r r, u vo ' ".
vAmwu vfcic,- JkWiiar'3.Tbe ele
vatiov ef Mr, ft D. Bcbnlta .to the
beach of r u 'county eottrt oi Vknren-
ror, b, given particniar aatisfaction
to the members' bf the Hebrew fh.oH.
gatlonli of thh city, Who, appreciate the
honbr Which hs' liee conferred npon
one or their eo;religibnifHi. The ac
cession bf JSidirn A, hull.' 1 ' k rK'.fc
marks ther- first time!' Ia"the history 'of
the pa'nidia'H boorts thit a Member of
be 'Hebrew race )as' '' beeu "" honored
with j juilgtiahm'V' V' x ,.r
' .- "' '- .e'. ' . l- 'T '
T Bays' The' American Patriot for De
eembert .At the renVesl of our temper
ane: forces in' the nawallaa Inlands,
coming thtengH' ph"legllWtive depart
meht It WTarilngrton,! Benatdr Oronh
Of NhrtH 'Dakr.'ta haa 'ihtTddiieed a bill
to prohibit the wianufacttire' add sale
if intubating Ti.piors fn those' Islands!
In VieW of the' emhafitn' kw irenei-Kl U.
gisiaxron- nrnIr"le-nft'Sunt, extraor
dinary aebeion. of congress il baa not
bee a poraibie to make progress on this
cm, nut ww expect M urge Its consid
eration and favorable repbrt and pass
K urr(n( toe coming session. , Bon.
John 0. WooUey, wh is ' the ' special
representative of the Hawaiian temper
sae latereats, bu beea actively cdn
cenioij ia regard to thhr legislation. '
' ' " i ' ! t ',. , .., . . ! ..
: ; (FronvMonday Advertiser.)
A reception wili.be given today at
four o'clock at the-residence of Chief
JUatie A. Q.' M. ... atubertften,' ' Makiki
and Domrnfa streets,-la honor of the
ninetieth birthday., Ibis mother,' Mrs.
3rra,flS Bppetso.nt f.i iitlf. ' i 1 ,y'
jiiTsw. vwrs. ib'w wuiow or the
UiUl Justice: Ueorae.iM.) ifAhrfji.n ok.
irr,iay var wa sawociate' juHtice on
yum wiprcnia jwiifa ox tha imwailan Is
lands, , Hhe waa buns in. Brighton, Eng
laud, i. J)!, 4 ad cama te liawatt with
her. boabaad ia 1890.-'. I to a few
years ago sh, tookv an astive pari lo
religious and oharjtabie affair In th
Territory ad wa prominently Identi
fied with, the Upiacopel Ckorch of IU
wan. , i -. tp ' a;5 1 i - '
Mri. Robertson; doaplt Ui yeh'f.
IA tha, biMtof, hualth,ana. spUit raiid
is . looking forwurd. with ' pluaaure to
meetjug her old timo, frieml and re
calling the pleasant memorio of the
!' on thlrf, her rdnei'mth birthday.'
:-.'. v whoopino oouaH. : ;
1 When yorw child has whopping cough
be careful to keep, the cough loose aud
expeetorutiou easy by givirrg Chamber
Iain's Coiih Remedy a may be reqrir
e4 . This remedy will also liquify the
tevgh .niucua aud make it easier 4 ex
pectorate. It hss been used suaeeiu.fiil.
ty ia many epidemics and as it contain
u narcotic or other injurious aubstan
ere 1m perfectly fJ. For sale blr all
Healer. 'Bonron. fiuilth A Cn tai
shortly arter' 'inillniiflit' by- Ibe o'hei
menilenf the? teanf,' VrliWiilerading ar
i' pai 'iff ''fielnfr-.f 'rn'iibdert in Slorio-rnluV'Ort-'at1
Wit !Wn'y: ' 1
prwunnir rn srurr inal Pheers. Th
pair" told "Tai.' Look1' thht' , they ' Wart
SwaitJir.tf .tne arrival r;6f another Isdy
who 'wn4 h meriibef'ot the-' party.1 Aftoi
I ctiltple- of' drtuk'' had beon .ri.t i
arrest reunites in Umling some markel
eoin Which,' (t 'IW.aUcgnd; We're paid
f?M ""t'0' o''t ' VTm m6ney was
ln'theo,et'of if'iW of trousers
Cam m Jt' ' 1 1 .v. i. it i T
uHiiij MaiiKinkT on ine wan. ' i
W !:T SEA
Congest in Session in -London
f AdopW American "Wtf elesi Sys
tems at fttaidard and Votes to
Har4 Oariyitg Out of Plans for
?ectli Ship, 'Directed bj
the United Btaea. ) .
LOKDON, Jarraary 19(Bt Aseo
ci a ted Press Cable) Work of the re
vtsiott ' cotnmitteo appointed by the In
ternational Congress on Safety at Be a,
now assembled berS, Waa pracilcaily
completed Batusday when th congress
approved the committee's rtpoit and -Soceated
the American wireless systems
aa the standard to be need bv vassal
at sea. The foreign delegates ; voted
with tha Americana in reaching this de-
dsion. ' . . - .
no our vua, Bin in congress) naa -Voted
to give control of th apparatus '
Snot tb supervision of Its eperaiioa to
the United States. Th employes are '
recommended to be mployed anil to
work nnder the direction of 'the unit- -d
States gdvernnient' ! ! ' " V
By the agreement reached tha pri
vate code slftnaJj or all nations are pre- .
served intact ... .',.
Londoii Spectator Bayg Pressure
" ' ..4 M wnni ...... ": . '
vi wwia wiu coon force '
' Action lAMeiico r : :
LONDON January 3.The Specta
tor, in an article today on the Maxi
ma situation, decliirei that the pres
ur ef pubfnr opinion ia all th rest
af the world soon will force the Uni
ted States to intervene ha If exio. Th
article declares that President Wilson
made a mistaka In nn aaanmlna
President iluerta would be the strong
est! force with which to bring about.,
peace In Mexico and ia supporting him
Accordingly; but it adds that it under
ituuds perfectly the reasons why Mr.
Wilson did not adopt such a course. -v,'.'
:.')' " AllegealdSad atistak. 1;'...-, . '
"Instead," the1 'sirticl says, "he did
what, with all renpoe.t, we mnst say
was :th worst thing he could have
(1 n Qe. Ktt lfltMrAtiAl ' .J a.-.. A .1 .
aot' to be 'intervening; he deprecated
bloodsfred and anarchy, and yet he
would-neither stop it blnrself nor 'let
IS? Otie. MM Ua an. 1-.-,..'. . TH .-I..
way left, for the . United. States il for
themselves to restore order In Mex-.
Tb Spectator declares ihat joint ac
tion by other powers with the United
Htate in Mexico is Imposaible and -tbat
the Uaitetln rVute will bay to
tt alone or sadraflee the Monroe Doc-'
trine, which it t.. not likely to do.
The article says that it would prove
rather an easy conquest for the Ual- '
ted Htate: but chat muihuI ..ii.i k
succeeded by a demand for national '
independence and accompanied . by re-
...ww. . iid rviniuun ise . wouia DO ,
suppressed, but it would be followed by
hnaexation to the United KUtea of the
uortueru aiaies or Aiexieo aad th in-
dependence ef the remainder of the ,'
country under a treatv h k',.k
Washington, government would control
Mexico 's foreign relations. . ' -- y
The Spectator thinks even this Con
dition would aot last long and predicts
that Within fifty yeara one nation, of
2(M,000,0) . English-speaking . people
1U extend from the Canadian border -to
the Panama Cf nal, with the excep
tion of British Honduras. t
, Opinion Favor United Statei' "
Tn eonclnsion the mriiaim -'
"la spite of foolish American" talk
about English ieahnisV and ! .ik
talk, so idiotic that One' eannnt: reallv
be expected to deny it the bulk of
public opinion here : will be heartily
with' tha United State ia their work
of restoring order in Mexico.
If thev do their lob Welt nn e nn-l
ii it js intrusted to MaJ.-Uen. Leo. -
sard Wood it certainly Will b done
well and wisely and in a truly liberal
spirit the English people will tie not
merely friendly in a diplomatic ,ne,
but sincerely ympathetie. . ; tbey will
i. : - ., . . . ... -
uw lirouu oi America a auscenful
shouldering of this huge piece of the
wane maa t ourden." ; .?
; 'Lv' 4 TO BE EEOALLED
WASIimOTON. JaanarV' tL-litat.
De'hartment ntficlals An nnl
though Secretary Bryan ia absent and
other officials here, have not learned .
the conclusions reached at ' the eon-'
"i ikiwbbb i resiueni Wilson antl .-
John Liod at pas Christian, Miss;, it '
Was pointed out today tbat Mr.
O'Shaughneaay baa had the indorse
ment of the department throughout
the trying period during ' which , be ;
has' been, head of -the , American em
bassy in the Mexican capital, . It ia
believed here that the erhbassy iu hat 1
city will not bo .cloned. Despite the
handicap under Which Mr. O Hbaugh-
j uu uvea waraiBK, na naa ae- .
compliahed much in behalf of Ameri
can aud other foreign interests i Iu
Mexico, it is said. , :
Cai.t. Ilfadnhaw, oa the' York town.'
reported .today that surest eeatinued
iu ' Ensenada. , Bear Admiral Cowlos,
on the . cruiser .;. Pittsburgh, , reported
heavy firing at Mazatlan, but gave uo .
information aa to the outcome of th
ngnung. ins cruiser Kaleiuh ha left .
MaiAtlurt for, Toolobaipo, -.7" '-
i Noxt year's sugar crop. In Cuba 1
timated uildi' Ailh (UHl i.l. .H..V..1.. 1
, 1 - , .'-(.--'J irmm ,.
than tbi year, when a record waa
UWUbed. ".' ' v