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HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY,; t'RIDAY, ; MAY 8, 1914. SEMIAVEEKLY.
",, WHOLE NUMBER 3909 '
Secretary of War Garrison Holds
f V Long ' Conference With Staff
, r Officials on Receipt of Message
In Cipher from General Funston
" at Vera" Crux. V"
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Refugees Bring : :
Constitutionalists at Juares Doubt
That Mazatlan Has Fallen
Villa Declares That lifting of
: Embargo Would Be Quickest
Way of Bringing About Peace
'WASHINGTON, Msy 8. (Associat
ed press by Federal Wireless) Secre
tary of War Onrrison hold a long con
ference yesterday with member of the
general staff of the army following the
' receipt of a message in. .fipber '" from
Brigadier General Frederick '. Funston,
- in command of the land forces at Vera
After the eonferenee it waa learned
thnt the message transmitted the infor
' mation brought to Vera Cms by refu
aie from the City of Mexico that the
' collapse of the Ilnerta regime la to be
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MEXICANS TO PREVENT ,
LANDING AT TAMPICO
WASHINGTON, May 7. (By Asso
iated JTe Cable) The Mos can gov
eminent bat notified tho ttrtlirn com'
mender at Tampiro that nobody will
W allowed to land on Moxuan soil at
that point anJH all warships ara with-
jf' J 'v'- 'l' 'f'TSht--
VltLA BAYS LIFTING" OF.' ,V
EMBARGO MEANS PEACE
i TOBRBON,' Mexico;, .May 8. (Asso
tisted Press by Federal , Wireless) ''.
Oeneral Villa, leadnr of the rebel urmiei
In the north: in an Interview here yes
terday pleaded for the lifting of the
embargo on arms and ammunition, de
claring that as the swiftest, surest and
most numanrtariun method of bringing
about peace in Mexico.
JUAREZ REBELS DOUBT
V MAZATLAN HAS FALLEN
JUAREZ, Mexico,' May 8.' -(Associated
Press by Federal Wireless)
Constitutionalists hero doubt the re
port issuing from Los Angles and re
vived here that Maxatlan hat fallen
mto the hands of the rebels.
COLQUITT WITHDRAWS .
MILITIA FROM BQRDER
At'STIN, Texas, May 8, ( Assoc iat
d Press by Federal Wireless) Gov
rnor Colquitt yesterday issued orders
rithdrawing the. state militia from the
atrol fluty they have' been doing on
ae border for several weeks. .
iels0n o'shaughnessy ,
Arrives in Washington
WASHINGTON, May T. (By Asso-
iated Press ( utile) Charge d 'Affaires
ielson O'Hliaugbnessywho had consid
' rable difficulty in leaving Mexico, ai
ived in Washingtol this morning.' '
; A brief conference was held by ftoc
fetary of 8tate Pryan and O'Bh'augh
essy. " "
AVIATOR DROPS BOMB
WITH DEADLY RESULTS
ji MAZATLAN, Mexipo, May' 7. (By
Associated Press Cable) An aviator,
In the employ of the ('onstitntiouiiliHt
forces, is responsible, for the death of
fimr . and serious injuries to eight,
through : the accurate placing of a
tomb. ".'.',-.' , "
SECOND DIVISION NOW
ORDERED TO VERA CRUZ
GALVESTON, Texas, May 7. (By
Aegociated fress Cable) On rusb or
dnrs from tho war departmeut the Bee
ond IMvislon will ship for Vera Crux
'. ' iminediktely, carrying a large quantity
of permanent field equipment. The
transport bstilla will carry the troops.
ONE AMERICAN AND TWO
BRITISH SUBJECTS KILLED
WASHINGTON,, May 7. (By Asso
'elated Press Cable) The British con
sul at. Guadalajara reports that one
., Americim and two British subjects hnve
I ecu killed and thnt fiu'it men'are now
surrounded by baudits in a, mine in the
; vicinity of that city. t
Looking Over Into Mexico '
BILL PASSES HOUSE
WASHIN'UTON, May 8.; (Associat-
ed Press by Federal' Wireless) The
naval appropriation bill carrying $13fl,
5U0,334 and providing for the entire ad
ministration construction program pass
ed the house yesterday without roll call.
Ths' program includes the construction
of two. battleships, one to be built at
the navy yard, six destroyers,. one sea
going torpedo boat, three coast defense
submarines to be constructed ou the
Pacific Coast and four submarines), i '
HIGH PRAISE GIVEN TO .;
AVIATORS AT VERA CRUZ
WASHINGTON, May 7. (By Asso
ciated Press Cable) The navy depart
ment reports the .highest praise: has
been accorded to tlie aviation squad at
Vera Cruz.: .
REFUGEES LEAVING MEXICO
CARRY BRAZILIAN FLAG
WASHINGTON, May 7. (By Asso
ciated Press Cable) Heerettry of Btate
Bryan has been advised that a train,
carrying fix hundred refiiiieei, hat left
the City of Mexico for Vera Crux, fly
ing JUraxiliaa flag. . ; j.- , y
GUNBOAT VICKSBURO' I
ON WAY TO MEXICO
8AN FRANClHCO,May 7 -( By As
sociated Press Cable) Ths United
States guuboat' Vicksburg. en route to
the Mexican west coast, is an arrival
at, this port. , ... ' .? . ;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN SHIP '
CHARTERED BY U, S.
- HAN FRANCISCO. Msv 7,. (y As
sociated Press 'Cable) The American
Hawaiian H. 8. Washingtonian, in tli,
service of this company along tho At
lantic roast, has been chartered by the
government and tins sailed from New
York to Vers CrR. The Washington
lau will be used as 4 supply and refu
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T MARTIAL CALLED
TO HEAR STRIKE CASES
DENVER, Colorado, May 7. (By As
sociated Press Cable) Adjutant-general
Chase of the state militia has called
a court-martial to convene' here next
Monday.'. - '
Cases under consideration will bo the
battle at the tent colony and the fire
eases that have arisen during the strike
of the coal miners. .
iiiHHt :: :
guilty of conspiracy
; TEHRE HAl'TE, Indiana, May 8.
(Associated Press by Federal Wireless)
After trial of long duration, Mayor
lon Roberts Was yesterday Acquitted
of the charge of having entered into
a conspiracy to corrupt election of of
ficials at the last elections. .
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SECRETARY BRYAN SEEKS
' FOR MISSING AMERICANS
BAN FRANC18Co7 May fe. f Asso
ciated Press by Federal . Wireless) ,
Herretary of Htate Bryan yesterday
made Inquiries here to learn the where
abouts of the yacht lola which left
here on March 2H for the Tiburon Isl
ands carrying a motion picture expedi
tion of seven, men in charge of Arthur
Payne of Menlo Park. The last heard
of the. party was from Han Diego on
April H when the party feailud Jot
Ouaymas, . Mexico, and expected to
reach that port in about two weeks, ft
is reported that the yacht and party
have been captured by Mexicans. :v '
ROOSEVELT AND PARTY
ON WAY HOMEWARD
NEW YORK, Mav 8. (Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) Word has
been received here that Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and . his party sailed Tor
homeward yesterday on the steamer
Says Administration v
Is More Er;:!bh Than
, American in Feeling
Senator Bristow Declares England
') Has been Enemy Since Time
. ; of Revolution. .
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WASHINGTON, May S. '(Aseociat
ed Press by Federal Wireless) 8enator
Pristow in opponing the repeal of the
clause of the Panama I'ansl act which
exempts "American shipping from pay
ing tolls for passing through the water
way yesterday declared' that England
has been an enemy of the United
Htutrt every hour since the war of the
revolution.' He declared that the d
niln'stratioa in scntimcpt seems more
English, than American. . ll asserted
iurthcrt that the Carnegie Teaca Asso
ciation is sjieading much money carry
ing on campaign to bring about the
repetl of the loll exemption clause.
TWO STRONG CHICAGO
CHICAGO, May "(Associated Press
by Federal Wireless) The Chicago See
ord Herald and Inter-Oceaa have been
purchased, by ' James Keeley, general
manager of the Chicago Tatmne. ' The
transfer - was announced after - Oeorge
Hininan, holder of the msjprtty of the
loterOeean ootids, bougnf toe Inter
Ocean for $50,000 at a receiver's sale
in federal court.- The two papers will
be merged and published as the Record
Herald. W. W. Chapin,.. formerly of
Keattle and Ban Francisco, will be as
sociated with' Keeley in the manage
ment, f .: . ' ; . ., ,';.;
FOR INCREASE OF ARMY
WAHIJINQTON, May 7.--(By Asso
ciated Frees Cable)-Senator Oeorge, E.
Chauiberlin .of Oregon has introduced
a resolution in the upper bouse that
would allow the. J'resident to increase
the size of the standing army;
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,. LONDON, May 7. (By. Associated
I'rcss Cable) Kln Oeorge. and Queen
Mary today opened a new wing of the
British Museum, which has just been
completed at a cost of $1,000,000. It is
the first part of a large scheme of ex
tension. ' In 180.5 the government bought a con
siderable portinu of the Duke of Erd
ford 's property around the mnseom for
l.L'.W.nito and' a Inrge area was clear
ed. The logncy of an.OOO bequeathed
by Vincent Btuckey Imhb for the en
largeujent of the museum gave impetus
Suddenly Pitches . From Chair
Whil Talking . to Deputy
County Clerk Eugene Buff an
deau Phyilcian Sayt He Will
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While sluing in ths county clerk's
one ' list nisht talking ' to Deputy
County Clerk Engene Buffandean, 8o
perrlsor '.Andrew Cox waa tnddanly
stricken with an ailment which up to
late hour last bight waa diagnose
as either paralysla or apoplexy.
Dr. K. W. Bona, who is la attena-
aur-e on Bnperruor vox, ruua at s
late hour that lit was una bis to Make
complete diagnosis at that time, but
In hi opinion n beiiavM that Mr.
Cox waa suffixing from a nuld stroke
of apoplexy. .
According to Deputy County Clerk
jeuffandean, Mr. Cox and he were alt-
ting In ma one, awaiting We ooara
of riperrlsora to meet. .
"Suddenly," esid Mr.' Buffandean.
Mr. Cox clutched at his throat and
Screamed, 'I an choking)' Ea then
keeled Otst In his chair and supped
to the floor.- X caught h's head and
prevented , It from striking. Mayor
Fern and Supervisor John Maikbim
earn to my assistance, while I rushed
out to a drug store for remedies, Ws
next summoned the patrol wagon and
had Mr. Cox conveyed to ths Queen 'a
Doctor Bona sit ted laat night that
with: ears ' and quiet ho thought Mr.
Cox would be able to leave tho hos
pital in about a week.
Owing to tho unfortunate occurrence
to Supervisor Cox, there was no tnst t
tin of Jhe board cf supervisors laat
T arTiWiil ' . Auditor - TeHa Pjrob 9
' fnrnTnlaainn" Tho TTa ft-nlw
V' Followed the LAW.V'
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' V (ly Mutual Wireless.) ,,
UILO, ktay (Speolal to -The Ad
verti?er) The gratt tomuiission ' has
ueeu iu session here all of 'toduy and
wu contluue 4ts session , tonight. 1 It
has reopened the investigation in re-
zuid to a number of important - items
whuh It had under consideration here
A number of witnesses are being ex
amined by the commission, . most of
these witnesses being asked their views
and knowledge of toe subject ' matter
contained in the personal report recent'
ly . made public by 11. Ooouing Field,
who was employea formerly by the com
mission in an accounting Capacity la
connection with the investigations ear
'territorial Auditor Joseph H. Fisher
who arrived here yesterday morning
from Honolulu in1 response to a request
of the commission to appear before It,
will make a statement before the com'
missiou tonight touching on the eritl
cisui of his duties and office brought
out in Field's report:
Ausweriag Field's sweeplug and eaus'
tie criticisms .Auditor rumer. totiay
ststed to The Advertiser correspondent
"l have performed all the duirea, aud
so has my office, called for on our part
under the provisions or section u 01
the County Act passed by the 105 ses
sion of the legislature. ' The matter of
forms and details to be followed' by
county auditors is prescribed la detail
by law nod beyond that It was neither
within my province, or tnai 01 my ae
pertinent to act.: . . ' , ''.
"It would have been a physical lut
possibility for the small clerical force
at the disposal of my department . to
audit in detail the financial books of
the four, counties or political subdivl
sions of the Territory. "
"Eight years ago, right hero In Hilo,
in the county auditor s office, I critl
tired the methods which were then i
voir ue and 1 was to lit by the then audi
tor, ( buries K. Maguire, that it was
none of my business; that 1 nail
authority to interfere with the system.
This view was taken by the then at tor
ncy geueral of the Territory and since
him ly bis successors whenever the
question has arisen in this connection
I gave up all hope of ever being able
to do anything, for the law was there
and succeeding legislatures failed
do anything to change the system or
give me the iecessary authority to do
Tomorrow the officials of the Firs
Bank of Hilo, the Volcano Htables
Transportation Company and other con
oerns and individuals, whose connection
with county financial affairs have eall
ed forth criticism in Field's report, wilt
be given a hearing before the commia
to the present extension. .' The bequest
whs intended particularly for the ex
iMnal.m nf t llA rABitinir vnnm an4 liKrawv
to whir the testator was a frequent
visitor. ' ' : U
MRS. W. O. M'ADOO.
WILLIAM O. M'ADOO.
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Ml8: Eloaxior' T Randolph r.Wilaon
Bexioroea Bridi of Willlain ';
VABH!flTONf May (Aseoci
ated 1'rees hr Federal Wireless) Miss
Eleaaof Haudol.ih A W.lson, ' youngest
daughter of Prcaldout and Mrs. Wood
row 1 Wilson.' and William Olbba' Me
Adoo. secretary of the treasury and
member of Iridfnt Wilron'e eallntt,
were married in the blue room of the
White Houso here . yesterday evening
at six o'clock.;'., ; .:' '' :
The wedding ceremony was a beautl
1 1.4 .imnU affair ' Th sprsnfre-
menu were on far .mailer seal,
those which obtained at the wedding
of Mr. and Mrs. Bayre, almost eight I
months ago in the east room, tho blue
room, being' deemed mora proper and
fitting, because of Ita smaller site, for
Besides the President and Mrs. Wil
son. ' vice-r resident ana Airs. . 1 nomas 1
R. Marshall, there were present only
the members or tue rresuicni a tsomsi
and their wives, members of the faml-
Lies or tno nriae ana onuegroora eou iiussmann,; a widow. motion to
a limited number of close friends of I strike from the record all of the evi
the couple. . denee given by this witness waa denied
The ceremony took Dlace lust within
tho great round window In the blue
lUVWf " Hill A l.uvji. . wmwn
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or rresiaeut . urover wieveiana. ineiaireciea verdict of not en tr was- d.
window opens out on the south front
lawn, now in its tender fresh drees of
green, with a glimpse or the great
lountatn Detween toe proaa avenue 01
iur"l MOO", ami utjunu '!' u. lo
a. a .1 v. i ..: ni .v..
Washinston ' Monument, : clear cut
ginia nius. iiu mors uuiu( iuii iui
the youthful bride to pledge her troth
to the man of her choice could havo
been found. .
VAllnwi Ml. Ilia Wbl,lnM llMAIina.MA)!,
cards, which had been previously ad -
(ViivniuK - " i.iMinii n " w u i. l . , v. a
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sorinl world, to relatives and friends
outside of Washington and to the for-
sign diplomats accredited to thia eoun-
try '. 1 ' ,
Mrs. McAdoo is the firth
of a President to be married
White House, and the fourteen!
to -pledge her marriage vows there.
WILDER FILES CHARGES
WASIMNdTOV Msv Aim.
VVASlllAUfUA, Way 7. (Hy Asso-
c'ated Frees Cable) Judge Arthur A.
Wilder today filed charges with the u
pertinent cf just.es, in which ; be a!
leges that United (States District Attor
ney Jeff McCarn attempted to kill At
toruev Claudius McBride in Honolulu
Judge Wilder demands that the de
partment of juatice oust McCarn fromleral were about to pass through the
bis federal office in Hawaii. hall who are bitter nersonnl nmia
The charges filed hy Wilder have
. laiaaan aAiiltA.l In V. Vf im . w. k K M.ia
I tains that he drew his gun ou McBride
P e'f Je'aus. .
Attorney! McCarn and McBrida ' .
Both Insist That Trial of. As
sault With Deadly Weapon' Be
Held United States Offlpial
Bays He Has no Intention; of
Besisning'. ' ;:- 'x. 'X'
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Bumors which were , turrent yesterT' '
day to the effect that Tnitcd ftiitea '
District Attorney Jeff McCarn and. At- .
torney Claudius H. Mc Bride had :for-
given each others that the criminal
charge of assault with a deadly weipon
made Against McCarn by McBride
ould be dropped, ud that whatever
further 'proceeding which either the
federal or territorial grand jury might , ;
be called upon to take in the matter
would be failed off by mutual consent,' ;
were denied yesterday by both Mr. Mc
Carn and Mr. McBride.
In a ststemrnt mnle yesterday Mr-
McCarn intimated that he would not
resign as district attorney, and that if.
anything along this line should come
to a bead the initiative would bare to
be taken frpra the Washington end by
the department of justice.
Kcferring to the complaint nisue to
The Advertiser on Weduesday evening
by Mr.' McCarn, that the newspapers .
had misrepresented him, he tinted yes
terday, through Attorney A. 8. Hum- ,
phreye, who has represented him in ..'
various matters lately, . that He . was
sorry for this statement, and that as .
rsr as The Advertiser ; was concerned
ha had no complaint to make, since. this '
paper had been very fair to him. , ..." - ,
Lawyers on Good Behaylor. - . ,
Both attorneys were on'' their' nest.
behavior yesterday in the federal court
while the wyivester conspiracy xase
went on, although war clouds apard
on' the horixon at various stages but '
no overt act was ' committed by the '
I l-lligerents,' who are faithfully adhet;- .
lag to the title pact, ' - ' ' v
Again yesterday, bv way of illiiitrat-
ing his point on' questions of objection
and protest to queries put by the prose
cuting officer, Mr. McBride referred to -
prize fighting and fist rights. Tho firtt
leferenco' .went by unheeded, but' the
second. 'did , not escape Judge Charles
r. 1 lemons. ' :
'It's just like this,' your Honor
said MaBrlde. "Suppose I walked 3 11 to
my, room and found two of my f rieuds '
engaged in a tut fight
That'll do, Mr. McBride." inter- .
posed Judge ('lemons. McBride sub-'
sided Immediately.. ".,.
The public attendance at the trial
was very slim yesterday, no doaht the
sion 01 me pay Dcrore, there wore
scareely a dozen people In eourt. out
side of those directly interested in' tho
, Complaining Witness on Stand. ' .
Florinda Freitas. the eirl who claims
she waa sedueed, under- a promise of
marriage, by Sylvester, was on . tha
stand until a quarter past two o'clock:
in the afternoon. Hha waa ii.rl,
br Mrs. Marin A T.I n K. ..f.n
to an admission mads to her bv Mrs.
Sylvester, who was at the time Mrs.
1 iit the court mttar 1.,. . ... 4
and consultation of authorities br the
vuurb lUd SUUrDfl, .
i ... wvuvu, II1MU0 vy , iUCUriQO, TOT a
I nied by the eourt also. -Whn t.
I adjourned for the day. at lour o'clock
Airs. Lama was still under cross-exam-.
inatton. Adjournment was tkn n.m
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nail' nil eiltnt O Clock thia mnm na
the eourt to ad
I "i sm-H oi ine jurors and oth-
i rrs conneciei witn tho ease as care to
may attend the tkhofleld Barracks
county fair duriinr the aftnrnnn
I Mr. McCarn made imblie yesterday
I Ida nil 1 . . . -r
i ihv auuuwinir llall'IMfn T
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IV in the I,""." uJ ' I 'r my
V7" Jed " misiindertsnding
or the vicious attack of Attorney Me
daughter Bnd-- misunderstanding that mighl
sd la the Vtrov ?, ? " injnetice. And since
nth bride a.-TB"JA AU.te' thi morning 't
l . "tluu" anacK or Attorney Me-
I Advertiser that he was tha iimr.n.
thus modifying most materially his
original statement, I feel that I should
take the public into my confidence end '
yiem 10 the request of the press repre
sentatives so far as to say that other
items in Mr. McBride ' statement
should be radically changed by him,
for tbey will be disproved in eourt.
"I never carry a concealed weapon
on my person. I placed one a . few 1
VaVaaAlfal ! .1 1. 1 . ,i
. . ,u " u""" rwer in my or- ,
fi(e beca,. of threatentmr ltir.
which -I had received. On Tuesday,
about three minutes before I was as
saulted, I put this weapon iuto ;my .
pocket before stepping out into the
ballwav to Interview some important,
witnesses, because of a d'fect and org-"
ent hint that 1 was to be attacked that .
very day, and becanse'I knew that sev
among them Mr. Moliride and some
who are now under indictment in the
federal court. Motives of malice or re
. (Continued on Pago Four) . '..,