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Vol. VII.; No. 21
: HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY, KKIDAY, UAUCU 13; 1914. SEMI-WEEKLY.
WHOLE NUMBER 3893
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New Light Thrown on Execution
of Foreign Subjects in Mexico
' by Investigation Commission
:" Appointed by General Carranza
- of the Constitutionalist Forces.
Villa Oraered V
V y ;Bauch Killed
Federals Busy Entrenching Them.
. selves in Outskirts of Tampico
. in Fear of - Attack by Rebel
' -; Forces United States Ships
.Stand by Beady to Receive
" Refugees. ; :
' EL PASO, Texas, March 13. (Asso
elated Press by' Federal Wireless) '
The -eoinmuiaioa delegated by Uencral
Carranxa,' directing brad of the rebels
in Northern Mexico, to investigate into
' the killing at Juarez of William ft.
Benton, a British subject, it was an
; nounced today has gathered evidence
tending to show that Major Fierro is
responsible for the death of Benton.
It ia also understood that the commis
' !on has obtained evidence that Ooneral
; Villa ordered the execution of Gustav
Bauoh, a German American, who has
'' been miasiog for several , weeks - and
whose XnWk ha leen a mystery, ... ;
ylloth thesu ifudinKs.of ,tb p(umiioa
eoirtMi.lirt frevioii rejibrts mkdb, by
A'llla and other rctwls. Villa hit in
t' iatd that Hnton came to kig offief
that' a quarrel eusued, that Benton at-(-
Kipi"i vu urw revolver and tnrcab
. ened to krll him that ho caused, the ar
'. rest of Benton, later gave him a court-
'; martial trial and as a result of the find
ings of that body that Benton was exe
cuted. 'Major Kiorro has not hereto
fore been mentioned in connection with
the killing of Benton.
In regard to Bauih, Villa has at all
. time denied that he knew the fnto
of the American. The robol leader has
stated that he know of the arrest of
the German-American but that when
American authorities demanded that
Baiichbe released ho ordered a search
of the ruartels and at that timo Bnuch
was not in any of the jails. . Villa
stated that he believed that Bnuch had
been released but that the-American
had many enemies on the Mexican side
of the hordor.and expressed himself
freely of the belief that Baueh had
been killod by enemies. No details have
.' ever been give out as to what beeama
f Bauch or bov j was cxeentod if he
has been killed. The investiiration into
the Bancb ease is being made by Car
ranza upon t demand sl the United
FEAR ATTACK OF REBELS
VERA CKCZ, Mexico, Mareh tS.
(AsnociBted Press by Federal Wireless)
Wireless reiorts from Tuninleo kav
' trat the frdnrals are busy entrenching
theinselves in the outskirts of that city,
in &nfcicinntlnn nf an' nttiuk kv I h
.; rebola. The I'uitel Htatet hospital ship
.-umrn 1111 iiub rruisur. i'fs niuine.f arw
l ; .. a.. 1 1 i aa i . .
ILOUITT WOULD ENLARGE
STAFF OF TEXAS RANGERS
AUSTIN. Texas. March IS.WAwo-
elated Press by Federal ,Wireles)
Governor t'olipiitt. announced today
that lie will confer With Jwrty leaders
of the eitate ia regard to the ad via
bility of calling a special seas' on of the
Htate legislature. Among the matter
1 to be considered would be an Ineresa
of the force of Texas rangers to pro
tect the, border. ";
VILLA MADE BREAK IN .
TERRAZ AS RANSOM THREAT
Ooneral Villa made the mistake of
his life iu a recent half hour at CM
luiubua,, says a letter revoived by ' a,
. Honnluliin from, a friend ill tho City
of Mexico, when lie tut young I.u's
Teriaxas under a giirautic ransom aud
eonfiscsted the fuiuily estutm. That
action practically .g. anint o l Huortn aa
enormous war chest. ,.
' The daily press priuted tide news, but
apparently : did not : graup the siiiifl
csnee of the action. Its significance,
however, was not lout upon the group
of wealthy "cientifleoe'.' who still re
.aide in Mexico, and who uji to that
time had keen somewhat lukewarm as
to the fat of tho Iliurta government.
; With the d rant in treatment Recorded
(Continued on Page Three)
Railway Wrcckedby Rebels
Ml CI OFFICIAL
MAY LEAVE HAWAII
Secretary Super ' Announces He
' 'Has Received Tempting Offer ! J
J H. tlli. rciAilar , tnnlhlv' mellni . kt
the' Sr. M.: tV XI ypstnrday, Paul Super,
general fecrotary of the Inttttution, an
nounced, that' he was considering an
offer tn take charge of m." Young Men't
Christian Association in a large eity
in lhe Middle West on the mainland.
Mr.8uer stated that he had written
in -answer to the1 offer mde to him,
and until he received more definite in
fornmtior. he was 'not in a iOBition to
state . whpther ho would accent tho
offer. ' .. " .',' ,.
.Those present at the meot'ng yester
day were lefident B, H. Trent. Rob
ert . Anderson, , George T, . Davies, Ed
Towse, . W, A. Love, Rcvbtiins B; An
derson, R. J. pratt, C, B. Ripley and
Twerity-nino ; new members y were
voted into the nwiocintion. Leava of
at sence was granted, to; Mr. Supor to
enuble him to leave for Jlilp to assist
in the organization of a Y. M. C. A.
in the "reseent City.' It was decided
to hold the annual meeting -in games
hall on the night of May 5. 'Arrange
ments are -hoing made for a banquet
for 500 iiersuns. ',
; AKsistaat Hecretaries C, F. Loomis
and .1. A. t"iicj have been granted a
two months' leave of absence. Mr.
Ixiomis intends taking . advantage of
his' leave by giving a series of lectures
on Hawaii throughout the Uuited
8ta,tesv " , .
BOATS SUNK ANO SHIPS
MKLL1 fjMorwco,' March 13. (As
sociated' Press by Federal Wireless)
A hurrirane' of unusual ..violence , did
cuormoua damage yesterday to this
port and shipping in the harbor. The
Itatiun steamer Leuuardo was torn from
its . moorings and dashed againnt the
Mote, Seventeen fishing boats were
sunk. The Spanish cruiser Infanta Isa
bella was compelled to put to eea to
avoid Being damaged."- .
ALASKAN RAILWAY BILL
SIGNED BY PRESIDENT
WAHHINUTOX, March 12. Presl
ieut Wilson1 toduy signed the Alaskan
railway bill, appropriating ;l.'5,(IOU,0(l(l
uin' iroiu me treasury ror the Duiid
iug of a government-owued ud pper
uted railway iu Alaska. , n
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RETAIN LITERACY TEST
IN IMMIGRATION BILL
WASUlNdTOX, March 12. The
seiiute immigration 'bommittee has de
cided, and so aunouueed, tout the liter
acv test will remain In the Burnett juv
H. I. Ill m.V.n 1
4 presented to the senate lor action.
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J PURSUED BY WOOER;
V CAUSES HIS ARREST
V BAX FRANt'ISCO, Mawh 12. -(By
Assatiated Praia C'abe) love, affair
wMch ba('rTjttV)H.in ia tW'Mid-Va-.
viSc vand fed to the? flight o u woman
and her pursuit by a "peYitciit ad,
ruirer whose advances ha"had aeurned,
eulminateil here today ia the arrest ot
Patrick Bourke on a charge of threat
ening, the life of Mrs. Jost't'h J'odesta,
the object of his uuwc1cqui attpntiona.
" Mrs. t'odesta, before. V nt'Vi marriage
five year ego, was Huhib t'amara and
Honrke was eniloyed until reeentiy ej
the Honolulu Brewing and Matting com
pany, - lie was a guest at tho Territorial-
rooming houso on King stroet, Ho
nolulu, of which she was the proprietor.
Heveral weeks ago, her husband, a hack
driver well known here,, went . to the
Coast to settle an estate' which 'had
been left to him through the death of
bis father, at ' Houston, Texas,., two
mouths ago. . ;' Boon therralter, ber
tienda here declare, Bourke, who pre
viously,: had annoyed her by his ad
vances, became bolder in his love mak
ing aud finally threatened to- kill ber
unless she agreed to marry him.
Aimed by the violence of her suiter
Mrs. Podesta, without divulging her in
tentions, hastily packed a few belong
ings and boanled the steamship Wil
heluiina, bound for Ban Fraucisco,
where she has relatives. Hhe purposed
later to join ber husband, but Bourke,
who meantime had learned of her flight
and destination,' followed her on the
next liner, and. it is presumed that on
bis arrival in San Francisco he renewed
his suit and repeated his' threats
against ber life when she again refused
to marry him. .- . .' i . ,t .
, WA8HINGTO.V March 12. ' Afc,o-
Ciated Presa Cable) A persistent ro
mor is m circulation in social and ofti-
eial circle of the capital to the effect
that wecretary of the Treasury Wil
nam u. iticAuoo ann r.ieanor Wilson.
the President's youngest daughter, are
engaged to be married and that ' the
date for the weddiug is let for next
June. ,No denial lp made at tho White
IS LEFT BY
XEW YOKK, March 12. (Asaoetated
Press-Cable) (ieorge W. Vanderbilt,
who died several days ago, left an es
tate Valued at 20,0(iu,()(it), according to
figures made public today. Tho estate
goea to the widow and daughter of Yau
derbilt. . ,
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SPRECKELS EMPLOYE DEAD
BAN FRANCISCO, March 12-r(Asso-elated
I"res Cable) Kdward Rock, for
a number of year cashier of the J.
D. Sprocket Company, died here today.
' A A OLE
ILL UP WAY
Directors Visit Scene of Opera
tions; Will Be Completed by .
V : , Ssptember, 5 V.
The birJ of directors of the Waia
hole Water 'ompany Infpccted! the
work .in tho sonth tunnel yesterday
In compeny w.tb the engineers. J. V.
Ilnckft l l, Georg fto.liek, J. F. C. Ha
grnf, i. A. . McCapdtess and D. P. R,
Is n'. erg weht over tSe workings.-John
A. MeC'endieos rejorted to The Adver
tiser Isst rii.jht th-t'the contractors are
riial-irg very ra;ii Yrogre"s and are do
ing fine woik. lt'e ven of the rf'de tun
nels ro complete I en i the bslanj rre
sevetttr . per et lhd.- , The renin
tniihet Is in over 4)') fc?t.
'Mr. Mc: andlvs' stated that if the
prrsent speed contlrtties the ber ng wil
lie tlwie in r little over a year, and
that the entire tnnnel ditch and siphon
w II be complete aad in operation by
Heptember, 191,3. ',
'lhe work in th north tunnel, he
said, is at a. ntaailslill nnti! they
get r 1 of the big flow that was struck
a few days ago. At the north end they
worke I firit in water-faring eountry,
and then pi'sred through several hun
dred feet of dry rock. The big water
pocket wc an unexpected strike, lot
McCnn.llc's ftnted (that from his ex
perienVe he thinks -that the flow will
only, temporarily hinder the rlnking of
'lie main shaft. The completion of this
irrraf, tunnal wilt put the Oahn planta
tion on, en cxeeeilingly favorable I ails
for cauc production, be said. " ' , ;
ill INiESTIBATE uRAIN 5
WASIIINOTO.V, March 18. (By Ae
-ocistod Prete Cable) The bouse' rules
committee 'has . reacliod a dn'ision 'to
draft a sol of resolutions calling for
an invesCigation of the eotton and
train o;ierations on - the exchange.
Tlip trading in' future has been ealied
ro-the attention of the ommit,te. and
thit )'1 e of tlie in.n'ktry will htf gTVei
enrelul romd leranon. ' .'; . . ',-
SHIP COMPANY WORKS
WAflllNOTOX, March 18.-(By As
sociated ' Pros. Cable) Clarence .Be
Knight, a prominent lawyer, appeared
liforo the senate lobby committee to-
dav and atatet that former Admiral
rinwle. nreaiilent : of the Fore River
Shin Buildinir Cemianv. had hired him
to work for the Panama Canal tis
exemption.' De Knisht1' promised to
produce a contract.
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NEW YORK, March 12. (Assotiat
ed Prose Cable) George Westlnghouse
the inventor who devoted a greater part
of bis lifetime to improving the equip,
ment of railroads and railroad appli
ances, ia dead here, Westlnghouse, who
was tifi year of age, had made his home
in Pittsburgh for a - number f 'years
past. He luilt the first ten dynamos
for Niagara Fall aad elso 'the' first
that were used in the New York sub
way system. He invented the air. brake
and numerous life-saving devices now
generally in use by railroad companies
throughout the world. , . ;
$1,000,000 LOSS CAUSED
: BY FIRE IN PORTLAND
PQJ.Tt.ANl, Qregon, March 12.
(Associated Press Cable) The entire
east side of Portland 'a waterfront bat
been destroyed by fire, damage estimat
ed at l,OO0,OOU having been, eauaed by
tho flames, with several seamen injured
by fire while beiug rescued from their
The steamer Cricket and Olenroy,
two large dock and six block of wa
terfront building were claimed by the
names. It waa with the greatest dif
Uciilty that the crews of the buroiu
ships were rescued. 1 : v
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NOTED POLO PLAYER IS
RESTORED TO COMPETENCY
riAN FKANC18C0, March 12. (As
sociated Press Cable) Walter A. Me
Creerv, polo player and son of tho late
Andrew B. McCreery, was : today re
stored to competency by Judge Graham,
This action waa taken by the jurist fol
lowing a detailed examination of Me.
(;rery by Poi'tors Lennon ; and Me
Clenehan, expert alienists, who reported
him to- be competent in every respect.
FAUOUS INVEfiTOS, DEAD
Quarles For Supreme Court
Ncinati ons ;
Mild Surprise Sprung on Hono-
lulans When Success of Dark -'Horse
Is Announced. '
No Doubt Felt Rut That Congress
Will Ccnflrm Appointments-
; Mott-Smlth Elated.. ? ,
WAHtNOTON, March 12. (By As
soejet.M Press I eltle) Hal h P,q miles
of Honolnlit was tdsy nominated by
PresKlrnf ;lson ior aso"iute justice
of th Mifireme court of thj Terr fry
of Hawaii and Wnde , Warren Tharer
was nominated to b reeirtnrji of 11a-
i.; "' . " .. '' . ' ;.' ' " ' ,
TheMt wramiM furprise in Honolulu
yestofduy On. the receipt of the news
from Washington that President Wil
on had nominated Attorney Ralph P.
Quarles for associate . .notice of the
local enpreino court, inasmuch as, out
side of a dumber ' of ' Judge Quarles
most intimate friends, na one was
ware that he was a candidate. Huw-
evf r, those who knew .of bis candidacy
were aware. that Jnde yuaries was
strong tandidat for the p.slt'on. aud
would most likely be selected ty tbe
President; .-"'' -, ' ... ' -: . i
CWrernor Defers to President.. I
When -Governor Pinkham was in
formed liy The Advertiser of the se
lection of Judge Quarles for tbe posi-
lion us uovernor rxpressea no , sur
prise. , . . . - . .
I knew. that-Judge .QuaTlos" was a
andidate,-' although he was uot my
boice for the position, ' said the Gov.
ernor. t'Whcn I -learned that Judire
A. A. Yt ilder would, accept the rosi
tion were it cfferel him, I sent Wilder
name to the i'resident.- That the Prei
dent has seen fit-to act differently "is
no concern of mine.' ; He haa the a?
potntmeut of rertHjn orhc.ialn. and it is
np to. him ..to'sint liiqiself. ' , . !
'."i.lJH!'JudK0Quarlc ' will b'
confimed, and I know' ef no 'oppiH-1-tion
to him ' bow that he has 1 b.oen
named. 1 believe he will make good,
ae be is an ablo attorney and a man
of reMitablo standing In . thl "coin
inunity. ',' ' . .' ' .' ;
, ' What do l think of Judge Qnailei'
appointment f" Well, I like It," said
Attorney I.Orrin ' Andrews, Jvd"e
'Suaries'.law partner. "I do not think
that tbe President could have made a
retter appointment. Judge Quartos is
a man of high s ending in this com
munity and the exiierlenee he ea;ned
When he waa on the supreme bench tf
tne etato or Idaho will now stand him
In good stead.. I bepeve aU local at
torney will agree with me when I iv
that with Mich men as Judge Quarles
on the bench. the supreme court wji
continue to be in good hands.".
I was somewhat surprised at t'e
news," stated Attorney Chsrlea H.
Hemenway, former attorney general of
the Territory. . "I did not know he
wa a candidate. Unfortunately, per
ha. I do not know Judge Quarles very
well." . ., -
"( believe that Judge Quarles is in
every respect qualified to become asio-
i late justice or the supreme court of
this Territory." replied Attorney W
O. Kmith last night when Interviewed
by The Advertiser. "Judire Quarles
was on the supreme bench of Idaruv
and from all .have been told and real J
of . the decisions of that court, Idaho
smnis nign in regard to its supreme
court .decisions. Judge Quarles -is a
man of great legal experience,, mature
in years, thought and expression, and
of high character. I am glad to ace
the President make . sueh . h.mw
choice, 'even though there are manv
other Honolulana fully q'la'ifled for this
important ana Honorable position.-"
Haa Excellent Record.
"Judge Quarles wa elected to ho
supreme court of Idaho as no aVaoc'ate
justice at a time when the Htute w s
overwhelmingly Republican aud when
he ran on the Democratic ticket." said
Attorney A. H. Humphreys. "He
the only Democrat elected to a Stat?
office. Thi givee an indication of lh
esteem in which Judue Queries was
neui ov the voters in Ins home 'State.
I Deiieve that hi bammation by . the
President as an associate justice for
Hawaii is one that will be very satis
factory to everyone in the Territory,
the members of the Var who will apuear
before him. and the litigants whore
caws he will hoar.." ;
No opposition is antii'ijwted when
Judge Quarles" name goes before the
senate for confirmation, but it is not
likely that the senate will take actlou
on the appolutment durinif the uresent
week, the matter probably going over
until some time next week, wheu the
senate, will, go into executive session
and take up presidential appointments
President .'Wilson's nomination of
Judge Quarles for the supreme bench
dispones, with but the exception of the
latter 'a' confirmation, of the supreme
court appointments, Associate Justice
K. M. Watson's appointment by the
President having 4ieen confirmed by the
senate on Wednesday.
Nothing waa learned yesterday as to
the Governor' -recommendations for
tbe several circuit court of the Tor
RALPH P. QUARLES.
WADE WARREN THAYER'
Upper House ' Calls Upon Secre
tary Bryan to Investigate
Speech in London." '
WASHINGTON, March 13. (Asso
ciuted Prcsa by Federal Wireless) The
senute yesterday adopted a resolution
calling upon (secretary of Htate Bryae
to investigate the aJlegeU pnblic re.
murks of Ambassador V alter H. Page
American representative at the : court
of ft, James, made 'Wednesday night
in lonaon before the Associated I ham
tiers' of Commerce relative to the Mo
roe Doctrine and the Panama Canal.
' The senate requested Heeretary Bryan
to procure a copy of the speech made
oy l age for toe senate a us auif to call
uikiii 'the-ambassador for the evidence
upon which he baaed hi alleged state
meut: . "It added greatly to the plea
uro of the people of the United. rJtatea
to know that the British people would
profit most by its ue." , . . r.
Particular request ie' made that Am
bassador Page furnish the senate wkth
a verbatim report of that portion of
tbe speech in which he defined the Won
roe Doctrine as meaning "The United
states, would prefer that no Furopean
goverameuts would gain more land in
the New World."
litory, but. early action is expected in
connection with these, and new may
be received today that the President
has sent a batch of Hawaiian circuit
court nomination to the senate.
Mott-Bmitn Is Happy.
Having resigned on several Occasions
during the past twelve month or more,
Secretary of the Territory K. A, Mott
Smith yesterday stated that be wa glad
thut at last he had a successor in sight.
Within the past few day Secretary
Mqtt Hiuith kept the telegraph between
here and Washington buxxing with uis
(Hitches urging eurly action in regard
to the office ho has 'been anxious to
. On. March 0 ho informed the Presi
dent that, having waited a year for
the Hppoiutmeot of hi successor, while
he was respectfully appreciative of the
evufidence reposed iu him, he was not
a purl of the present administration,
and therefore agaiu tendered hi resig -
nation as secretary of Hawaii, this to
become fiimlly eflective on March 15.
To Heeretary of the Interior Franklin
K. Kane, Mr. Mott-Bmith en tbe same
date cabled asking the secretary tq-ec
Molt-Smith' cable to the President.
He stated alhO that he urged immedi
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Major General Arrives on Trans
port Thomas to Become Head
of Hawaiian Department--Wel.
corned on Board Ship by, Two
Brigadier Generals and Other
Officers Gala Scene at Pier.
Clad in service khaki, lenrtViig eagerly .
ever the rail of the transport' Thonisa '
aa it glided into its slip, adding his
handclap to the vociferous cheering and
whistling given from the decks in re- .
sponse to the rendition of "The Rtar
Hpangled Banner" and "Aloha Oe"
by the Royal Hawaiian Band, Maj.-
Gen. William II. Carter last night made
an unostentatious and democratic entry
to Honolulu to assume command of the
Hawaiian, Department of the United
Htates Army. He 1 the first major
general to be sent to Hawaii. ',
When the gang' plank. whs slid into
place and Brlg.-Gen. Montgomery M.
Macomb and Brlg.-Gen. Clarence B. Ed
wards, commanders respectively of the
Hawaiian Department - and the First
Hawaiian Brigade, went on board to
pay their respects, tbey were net at !
the head of the eompanionway to tbe
maia deck by Major-General Carter, .
who will relieve General Macomb. :
fatigue. Cause Brief Reception.
Among others of the reception party
were Lieut.-Col. Archibald . Campbell, .
iepartment -adjutant; Maj. Arthur 8.
Conkjia, department chief of staff; Maj.''
Julius A. Pean, brigade adjutant, and .
iecond Lieut. Cary L Crockett, aide to
General Macomb. . " .
Making his ' reception brief on the
plea of fatigue aud that Mrs. Carter
aad felt ill effects of the voyage, Major- -
Uenera! Cater hurried tut a waiting
automobilo and with .Mrs. Carter" whs
accompanied by two aides, Liouts. J.
J. Pillow and J. D. Keardan. Major-
General Carter nevertheless gave per
sonal attention to bis own baggago. Im
mediately after reaching their hotel,
ieneral ana Mrs. Carter retired to their
ipart meets. ; . ;. .
MsJ.-Oen. Thomas II. Barry, en route
o the Philiiminea to relieve Mai. -Gen.
I. Franklin Bell as eommander of the
Philippine. Department, lounged In se-
lusioa in a steamer chair on the after-
naindeck when tbe officer of the Ha
waiian Department boarded the trans
port and it ia reported did not see any
of the boarding eommaading oflieials.
General Barry Evidently Peered. '
To an Advertiser reporter who bunt-
id him out in the darknes of the after
lech be brusquely denied an interview
md referred the reporter to General
barter. The general to every appear
ing wa nursing a "peeve" and did
not essay to leave , tbe transport, re
naming on board for the night.
Tbe dock presented a gala scene on
the arrival of tbe transjiort, with it
irray of omeera, including two briga-
lier generals ia full eveuing army
tress, clowa through colonels and majors
'o lieutenant in their dress uniform
f white duck; it gay throng of army
votnen, civilian by . the hundred and
ill enlivened by the gay air of Kop-
oelmeiater Berger' Hawaiian band.
Superintend Loading of Baggage.
, Major-General Carter waa busy super
ntending the loading of hi baggage
-into an -army, wagon when he was ap-
iroaebed by an Advertiser reiorter.
. " Really,. I have nothing to, say at
bis time," he declared. "I have eome
iirect from Texas City and am not in
1 positioa to say anything except that .
I will take command of the Hawaiiau
I Department in the morning and expect
I to follow out the precedent of my pre-
I leeessor and tbe orders of the war ue-
I oartment.' I can say nothing in regard
I to tbe bringiug of the Hawaii garrison
I up to its full complement of 1.1,000 men
han 1 have already said. As to the
bringiug over of another regiment, of
leld artillery to establish a garrison
an the windward of Oabu I know noth
ing. If I should say anything at the
present time it would merely be strik-
'ng out into the dark and I do not
wish to do that."
WOODLAND, California, March 12.
(By i Associated Presa CVble) Bur
glar entered the armory of the na
tional guard here and stole several
pistols and rifles and a ease of ammu-
Initios. The military authorities blame,
j the army of uneiuployed which waa
1 driven out of cacraniento and ha
wendod its way north, ricores of uri
Iglariea, lilamed ' to tho ' unemployed, .
have been retorted in this vioinity, .
including a postotHce and store at Yolo,
A diligent search is being maile foe
dynamite that Is believed to have 'been
shipped to the leader Of the unem
ployed, ,: ;.; ; ; ..