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VOL VII., NO. 41
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MAY, 22, 1914.SEMI-WEEKLY.
' WHOLE NUMBER 3904
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Declare That First Steps Affecting
Bipartite Agreement Between
, United States and Mexico Had
Met with Big Success. -
Seelc to Decide on
Agrarian and Other International
Reforms Will Be Some of Stip-
' nlations Demanded United
. States Also Brings Up Tampico
-.."NIAUARA FALLS, May 22. (Asso
ciated Press' by Federal 'Wireless)
The South American mediators let It be
known last night that tbe first steps af
fecting th bipartite agreement between
the United Btates and Mexico bad met
witn success. : t
Tbe mediator further gave out that
the will now seek a definite , under
standing as to the kind of provisional
government to be established ia Mexico
and to decide on successors to Huorta
and the present recline. .
It is understood that the bipartite as
tentatively agreed on guarantees that
nrwiin iuiu uvorr international: re-
forms will lis put In operation.
" joe mediators jearnca mst nignt, it
is understood. ' that the government at
Washington.! bus approved of the co"rai
1 of procedure outlined bv the mediators.
and that the discussion demanded first
of all will be anent tbe series of incl
' dents growing out of the arrest of the
Americas DluejaCKete at Tampico, ,
REBELS REFUSE TO BIND
SELVES TO -PEACE PLANS
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- WAtsnjiiNUTWJi, Mar Zz.(Associat
,.ed Press by" Federal Wireless) Agents
, hem klf thA Metlpafl flnfillf ittiflAnaliat
party are preparing to send a represen
tative to Niagara Falls to confer, with
' tbe Booth American mediators. This
will be .done only with the understand'
ing that the' representative will give
' information of the purposes of General
prrnnfta wimoui commuting me i;on
., uvuiiuupiiniii io any pian ror ine pact
fication of Mexico. . -
PASSENGERS OP WRECKED
STEAMER AT TAMPICO
VERA CRUZ, Mexico, May 22. (As
soriated Press by Federal Wireless)
Rear-Admiral Charles J. Badger reports
that the destroyer Cassia has brought
the passengers of the wrecked steamer
Atlantia ta Tampico.
HOUSE VOTES FUNDS FOR
EXPENSES OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, May 22. (Associat
ed Frees by Federal Wireless) The
house yesterday passed a special appro
priation bill carrying $0,825,000 to pro-
vide funds to meet the pust and export
ed army exenditures on account of the
Mexican troubles until June thirtieth.
v AAA AM iLA IS
SEEKING. AID IN CANADA
;-': - WASHINGTON, May 25. (Associ
ated Press by Federal Wireless)- Ac
cording to advices received here, Jose
". Yasconceles is now In .Montreal on a
financial mission for General Carranxa,
directtug bead of the Constitutionalist
. forces. .. .'.
r BY FEDERAL GARRISON
.. JUAREZ, Mexico, May' 21. (Asso
ciated Press by Feileral Wireless)
Constitutionalist leaders report the rity
of Haltillo evacuated; tbe .garrison, con
sisting of 12,00(1 men,' is said to have
left under coyer of darkness.
Report la Confirmed. . , ,
EL PABO, Texas, May 81.' General
Angeles telegraphs confirmation of the
evacuation of Saltillo. , ;
HEAVY CASUALTIES ARE
REPORTED FROM TEPIG
MAZATLAN. Mexii'6, May 21. (As
' snriated Tress by Federal Wireless)
Heavy losses are reported as a result of
the eugagemeut between IVderals and
t onstitutioualrxts at Topic. The rebel
lead is placed at 400, while Federals
. to the number of 200 were captured
during the engagement, ,
CRUISER SOUTH DAKOTA
ARRIVES AT MAZATLAN
. MAZATLAN'. Mexico, May 21. (As
ociated. Press by Federal Wireless) -
The cruiser South l)akota, under com
mand of Captain Charles 1, .I'lunkett,
has reached this port, having sailed
from Sua Frtucisvo.
Where Final Mexican Drama May Be Stfiged
' '. In tlie upper panel is shown view of ono of the principnl Htreets of the City of Mexico, in the
center is a group of some of Ilucrta's crnck soldiers on review upon whom he would rely, in chhc
of a crims, nnd in the lower pnnel is Cliapultepeo Castle, which the Provisional President in said
to have stronjrly guarded and munitioned , for d -fense. . . . ; ' '
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WHITEHDIiSE AUTD IS
KODLAU GQAST ROAD
City, and Cofinty Engiueer L.
M. VVliitebouse, while browsing
around on the Koolau count last
Wednesday, inadvertently ran off
the end of, the belt road at Ha
kipn. This' is the stunt . usually
reserved for 'mulikinis end tour
ists. ' Liflst-Huuday .the throe aud-balf-mile
. Ilakipu soft spot wst
decorated with a beautiful sul-
phur-uolored lei consisting; of nine Si
automobiles. - Three of these re-
niained anchored all night. Kngi-
neer Whitehouse was more fortu-
nate. ' A gang of about hundred
natives came along and boosted
bis machiue' back onto the mac-
ad hiii. '
It is reported that the super
visors will erect a large sign at
the hitber-and yon confiues of Ha
ki'U, bearing the legend "ALau
don hope, all ye who enter here."
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BEGIN INVESTIGATION 07
COAL FIELD CONDITIONS
TRINIDAD, Colorado, May 21. (As
sociated Press by Federal Wireless)
t "The depaltinmit of lalor investigators,
sent here by Secretary Wilson, . com
menced au juquiry into conditions iu
the Colorudq cou.1 iiclds today,
FEAR FEDERALS WILL
SACK MAZATLAN CITY
MAZATLAN, Mexico, May 21. (As
sociated Pross by Federal Wireless) r
The populace of this city Is In great
fonr thut ttiA KitilAml trnnnit will uu.1r
the city before evacuating it to the re
bels. : '
I Kvery possible effort Is being made
to guard against this course bplng
ROOSEVELT TO STUMP
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
OYSTKK BAY, May 22. -.(Assoclat-ed
Press by Pederul Wireless) . Col
onel Theodore Koosevelt conferred yes
terilsy with representatives front the
States of New York; Pennsylvania and
Ohio. The Colonel also sent word to
Governor Hiram Johnson of California
that he was going to stump the State
of California in tbe fall in behalf, of
Johnson's reelection. ' He further is
sued s statement in particular .reference
to the situation in Pennsylvania where
tteuator Boies Penrose is being opposed
for reelection by Clifford Pine hot. In
tbe statement Teddy said ho would
carry the fight to the Republican party
and appeal tq its members to ignore
past affiliations and go over to the Pro
IS OUT FOR CONGRESS
PANVILLK, Illinois, May 21. (As
sociated Press by . Federal Wireless)
Joseph Qurney Cannon (Uncle Joe) has
announced his candidacy for congress.
Cannon has been ' before the public,
as a politician and in pul lie otlice, since
861, when he was elected State's at
torney for Illinois. From 1873 to 1SD1
lie was a member of congress, ,miiug
one triu, snd returning to Washington
in 1803 and remaining until 1913, lie i
be went down to detnat with the Iiul
ance of tbe Republican host.
From 11)03 uutil 1911 he was speaker
of the house, aud in 190M was a eundi
dala for tbe presidency, reieiviug fifty
eight votes. -
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The fourteenth divorce suit for May
was filed yesterday in the. office of the
Ihief rlurk of tbe circuit court by Mrs.
ieleiis Gall against (leorge Henry Call.
This makes ninety-five divorce actious
instituted iu Honolulu siuce Jauuury 1.
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DECLARES IE' IS HOT'
AFtEH DELEGATE JOB
sou stated to The Advertiser-yesterday
that ho has no intention of
opposing Kuhio as candidate for
Lielegatp to Cougrcss on the Re
publican ticket. Such a course of
ac tion would imply his early resig
nation as Chief Justice, a step
which he hail not contemplated,
J tlhtice Robertson suid:
"If,, as : rcKrteil, friends of
ml nn have concocted u plan to that
effect, which I doulit, they have
done so without my knowledge or
consent." '. ,. ''
He said thnt tbe baHic principles
of the Republican party are so
strong that It is not a question of
-what leaders shall be chosen as
stamlard bearers during the com
ing campaign; that Republican
success does not depend ob; the
personnel of the camliilates; that
whoever Is chosen to bead the
ticket will be elected, , ,'
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ROOT GIVES SUPPORT '
TO TOLL REPEAL BILL
WAHHINQTON, Way 22. (Asso dat
ed Press by Feileral Wireless) -Senator
Root yesterday supported the bill
for the repeal of the clause of tbe
Pauama Canal act exempting American
coastwise shipping from paying tolls
I for passing through the waterway ia a
five-hour discussion in an endeavor to
prove that the Hay-l'aiim-efote treaty
provides that the treutuient accorded
by the I'uited Htates to its own citizens
iu the use Of the canal must be the
same bm that accorded to the cltiseus
of all nations. U-'
APPEAL TO PRESIDENT
W'ASHINOTON, May ;".'. (Associat
ed Press by Federal Wireless) Judge
Peu Lindsay of Deuvur and a delega
tion of Colorado women, are hers to
confer with President Wilson aud urge
the intervention of the government to
force an agreement between tbe coal
mine operators and striker. Judge
Lindsay plana to pay a visit to John
D, Rockefeller, Jr., and urge brm to
submit the dttloreuces to arbitration.
DUE ON TUESDAY
Honolulu May Have Free. Delivery
r; BeVvic Extended Reault of
Change in Local Office.
. . William : F. Younx, Honolulu 's new
postmaster, sailed from San Francisco
on the steamer Matsonia ; from ' Han
Francisco Wmluesday, aciording to ad
vice received here yesterday morning.
He will arrive in lionoliilu 'I'uesduy
Morning and Ihih to get In touch with
coimitivns in the lovai oMotiic as soon
ts possible. ' '
liihtiuBster Fratt, whom Mr. Vouiig
su.ievi, una bern i;uy lor two weeks
strail'iouing out liuuor iietans .about
his Oiiire to tie in rcaiiinrKS to turn over
the duties and respoimihilitics of his
position without It.tcricriug with tbe
i on ci no work.
Mr j Vouax probuUy will begin his
work as pofctim.xter one week fium next
iuouilay morning. -
It is undcrktooil 'that whrrc the civil
service does not apply, a number of
changes are contemplate! in the local
o!lice by Mr. Young. . Uesidcs, there are
to be nuitierons changes in the present
working ttalf,' The new postmaster is
reoknized as an authority on postofflce
orgnniziition work and his first efforts,
it la announced by his friends here will
be to imrwo the present postal service
in Honolulu. This will include, it hi
telievrd, the re-establishment of the
free delivery, syotem in many of the
sections where it has been discontinued
because of technical obstacles.
. Mr. Young is a Southern man. He
'a httY-one years of age. His wife U
expected here the latter part of next
mouth. . . .' i i j
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FAULTY STEEL IS USED
. HUH HWUWII Hill lllllb
; PITTSBOTOH, May 22. (Asso-
dated fiers by Federal Wlrelsss)
Five employes of the Carbon.
Steal Company war Indicted here Si
J yeelerlay . on the charge f con-
'tpttaty la Tonnecuon trAH ttao.
futaixhod for the locks of the Pa-
nam, Canal. It is allied that
the steel furaiscd the government
was of ruch Inferior quality that
tr.a locks at the canal dams are s
1 UaMs to collapse st any time. ;
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TO HOME RULE BILL
UIMK)X, Kuglund, May. 21. (AssO'
ciateii Press by JFedersI Wiroles)-
DisorderlincFS and strong opposition
marked the closing stuges of the discus
sion of the Home Rule Bill in the house
of commons. Action wsa greatly de
lated ty the tactics adopted by those
not iu favor of the passage of tbe moss
It ha. I lieeu expected that the bill
would receive action and adjournment
tnken today. Tomorrow, should no
satinfactory conclusion be reached, it
1 expected that an adjournment of the
session will be forced,
ARRESTED BY POLICE
LO.MKlN, England, May 21.- (Asso
ciated Press by Federal Wireless)
ttmmeline i'aiikhurst, while en route to
Buckiiiffham Palace- with a . monster
petition favoring tbe granting of worn
eu 's suffrage, together with a uuuiler
of suffrage leaders, was taken iuto cus
tody by the (Kilice.
Miss Psnkhurst was leading a mon
ster parade which was dispersed by the
police at the time tbe arrests were
Fearing militant action on the part
of the suffragettes, tbe window to tbe
King s chamber is closely guarded..
WASIIINUTON, May 21. (.Vssocl
ated Press bv Fedoral Wireless) For
iner President t has. 8, Mellun of the
New York, New Haven 4 Hartford Rail
road Company, in the investigation be
fore the interstate commerce com mi a
sion today, stated that he believed iu
ami approved or railroad monopoly, con
trolled and regulated by the govern
SCHOONER REPEAT SAILS.
A message -to the (Juide Inst night
stated that the schooner Repeat had
left Willapa Harbor yesterday for Ho-uolulu.
WM. 7. YOUNO.
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SHOOTS HiS WIFE
Cho' Yeo Goo Hunted by Police
fox CrimeDoctor Holds 'Lit.
5 V tie Hope for Victim.
V.tttli probably fntal resufts, Clio Vec
Uoo( Korean,- flreii four shots at hi
wile, Cho Yes Har iu a tenement house
on 'Parker, lane, Bear UliW and Vine
aight, all the bullot taking effect. Af
ter; 'tbs' shooting Cho Yee Ooo fiel and
at sn early hour this morning was still
t lart,e. , ''.;:., ,'v V'.'...,..
According to . '.Cajitaiii ,;;ot Police
(.'liarlcs Paker, ths couple quarreled dur
ing tu evening and neighbors 'who
beard the shooting notified the police,
Cuptaiu UaUcr d'spstrhad Police Officer
i-avid Jli.0 to tbe wene and upon bis
arrival found the woman on the floor
of the room in1 a pool of blood. "' The
injured woman was rushed ' to the
Queens Hospital where It Was found
that -she was suffering from four gun
hot wounds. . Une bullet entered her
abdomen, cue shattered the riicht arm
one entered Her left knee and the fourth
one entered her right leg.. ' .
the physicmn at tbe Ouecn's Hospi
tai stated lost nignt that there was
little hope for tbe wotnan'a recovery
immediately upon Iicaring of the
crime. Captain Maker notified all foot
and mounted police of the facts am!
the police dragnet was thrown out iu
an endeavor to capture Cloo.-
. Jealousy is tbe. cause given by Cap
tain Uuker for Cho Yee Uoo's assault
The couple have had much : domestic
trouble of late. Several months sko it
a alleged that Cloo attempted to seud
his wife to jail through the federal
court under the Kdmuuds Act. The
charges against the woman were proved
grounuicss, upon investigation, and sue
On May 1 Clio Yee Goo was arretted
ror cruelly Dealing his wife and was
seutenced to nine months' imprisonment
oy Judge -Monsarrat. : He appealed the
rase to the circuit ' court and is at
present out on bail.
There ure three daughters in the fam
ly. The oldest is married, the tecon
child is five years of ago while ' the
youngest is but three -eHrs of aire
(.'ho Yee Goo has been employed from
tune to tune by various contractors as
S carpenter s assistant. He is consider
ed by the police to be a dangerou
character aud bears a bad reputation
WOMAN WITH FATAL
WOUND FliUND ON TRAIN
Fl.ORK.NCB, California, May 22
(Associated Press iiy Federal Wireless)
An American woman wno has been
identified as Mrs. Mary Flavelle of Ch
i-ago wus found yesterday dying iu the
compart ment or a train which stoppei
at this point. There was a gunshot
wouml in her right temple. Her hand
bug was found alongside the railroad
track. Puring a few moments of co
sciousnes Mrs. Flavelle said that sbe
bad beeu shot and robbed by au Ital
Among the callers on Governor Pink
bam yesterday were V. R. Farringto
Col. .1, W. Jones, J. P. Cooke, Henry
P. K. Malulaui, J. A. Kennedy, Cyrus
r. U rev ii, A. h. ilarris, O. A. Steve
and J. U. Gait.
SALARY CUT IS
en Per Cent Reduction in In
comes of City Employes, An
thorteeoTL&st Month, Is Revoked
When Lawmakers . Find They
Have Ample Funds to Meet Cur.
rent Expenses. ,
ncrease Will -Begin
School Street Extension Work Is
Discussed But Meets with Oppo
Bition Kaimuki Shows Anxiety
to Be Afforded Opportunity to
Benefit; Under Frontage Tax
Law Solons Delay Action. . '
A. resolution, introduced by Super- '
sor Pacheco at special meeting of
the Loard of supervisors last night sn 1 '
carried tinanimously by ths losrl, will
restore all connty salaries that were eut
ten per cent by the board last menth
to meet the dcflciency In tbe couuty
reasury arising rrom tbe decreased tax
aiuatioa or property is the county,
8utervlsor Pachero's resolution, sec
onded by Sujicrvisor Woltcr, ia as fol
lows! i- - ';
" Resolved. ' That eommenetlir wltn S
the first day of Juse; 19U. the en neiji,"
nt eut heretofore made iu th sala
ries of all officers, deputies, cWks shd '
employes of the (ty and County of ljo.
nolulu be rescinded and ths former
salaries restored, and that for this. pur".
a resolution i drawn on thaaien -.
rat lunu anal-permanent tubd for the
ocessArv amounts to mnk im I h i ...
tTlifeuc" Iu Tlie Taiu.wi Jsd spt-repriation ''
lull for the current quarter." ..r i
Foilowlne the nsssacn of this nm.
lotion, Supervisor McClellan iatroduehd '
the following resolution to eover the
amount for the June sal a r lest
', Bsiss Begins With 3m. ;,'.,,V1'C
fle it resolved bv the board 'ofau- -
pervisors of the City and County ot.,
lipnolulii, Territory of Hawaii, that the
following sums, aggregating two thou
land forty-two and 73-100 . (2042.73)
uullars, be and the same are hereby ap-
irupnatou, to ue pa hi out or all moneys :
n the general fund in the treasurr of
the city and county, for tbe followhig
purposes tor tbe mouth of June. IH14.
tO Wit!' . ... s . ,
"Attoraey, deputies, and odice em- 1
ployes, $71.50. ' . . , V
"Aud.tor, deputy and office employes, ,
3S.50. ; i -
iiuilding and tdumbinir iiisnectAr.
payroll, $43. , V . '
" ity and county physician, payroll,
22.50. '. ' i , : . . . ,-,
"Clerk, deputy and office emnlnveal'
"Collection atid diMiiositionof r.
Inge, $40. . . , ,;
"UUtrict court employes, $32.80. i ':
"Maintenance flro denartment. mr.
roll, $428.50.. . .
'Maintenance Hawaiian band. nsv.
roll. $174.75. . , .' .', , V
"Maintenance of jails, pavroll, $47. '
"Maintenance of Kapiolanl Psrk, ,
"Maintenance 'of uarka.
22.50.- .. 7. T. V '
'Maintenance' of nolies fnrnn. mr. .
roll, $S5d.50.., , , , . . .' '
" Maintenance nf - noltea an.1 "
alarm system, payroll $22. ? , 't
"Maintenance r.iayor and board of V
supervisors' sutomobile, payroll. $7.60.
"Maintenance and construction elec
tric light system, uavroll. ss3.
Mest and food iusnnrrnr navrnll
$15. , -I -.--- t
" Milk luspoctor, ''payroll, $1S.
"Treasurer, demit v anil nfll m.
rAud Le it further resolved, That
the sum of sixty ($00) dollars be and
the same ia appropriated, to ha ri.t '
out of all moneys iu the permanent im
provement fund In the treasury of th
city and county, for the following pur-
li "r me uionia or June, mi, ta
; fcnguuering and surveying work,
roll, $10." ; . '
After considerable Juvestiuatron and
au assurance from Tax Assessor Wilder
mat mere would be ample funds in tbe
county treasury to meet all demands, it '
was decided to restore tbe June sal
aries only of county officiate and the
money acquired by the April aud May
cut , to remain iu the couuty treasury
there being uo legal means by which
the board could restore these monies so
obtained to those who were subjected
to the cut, ..
School Street Extension. ' -Prior
to the regular meeting of the
board s public hearing was held on. the
proposed tkhool street extension. ' ,
Although the large property holders
were strongly in favor of putting tbe
law into effect iiaoisdiately, there was
strom opposition on the part of the
smnfler property holders to ths plan.
C. W. Ashford and P. h. Weaver, pre.
sented arguments in support of the
measure. Ferdinand rVbuack and Abrs
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