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KiiK'rience filiows that tho government
under woimm suffrage tends to become
flabby and hysterical. Everett IV Wheeler.
SPORTS, CLiSSlFIED AND SII1PPINQ -;
NEWS SUCTION V v
HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN,1 1 TUESDAY, JJAY 111) 1915.
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IMPRESSIVE SERVICES HELD OVER
TMIA VICTItlSi filM
CanfatrYnf Ill-Fatpd hin T; -
ldpidin 01 lU-raiea.dnip ieS -
tifiesr Admiralty Warned '
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Him Ol oUDmarine
Associated Tress by Federal Wireless
v LONDON. England. May 11. Tlie
Lusitanla did not go to her doom un
' warned. At the. inquest held in
; Queenstown yesterday over the bodies
of the dead, CapL Turner testified: - -The
admiralty warned me by wire-
less of the presence of a submarine
la my course. I followed the advice
given me to the best of my ability."
; : What were his -; Instructions was
withheld. In the Interests of the na
' Uonal defease. So far as he observed,
' his vessel was struck by only one
torpedo. . '.: .'
Seventyeven additional bodies,
; tossed up by the tides.of St! George's
channel," were recovered yesterday
I and brought into Queenstown.
; Ninety-two passengers,; almost all
1 of them unidentified, were baried yes
, .tcrday In Queenstown, three of them
fin individual graves and the ' remain
t dor In three common pits. ;. '
" A long cortege of sailors, soldiers.'
rvurvivors, , relativesLcisJtT officers and
. dignitaries of the church did ' them
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FOu OMVE ACT
.(Special Etar-Bulletia Correspondence
i'saioni:Li): n arracks; May ; liii
i '.first Li c-t, rallard Lyerly, 1st Field
Artillery, received the 'following .-let-
trf of commendation yesterday tor his
I djsrlay of- horsemanship " and , pres
f epee of mind at the garrison review
' on'MayJSf f ''. v --:?; --. r . '
"To ' 1 st . XI euL Ballard Lyerly, 1st
.? riovrrtiitirt?rr - J
: ""The commanding general directs
' me' "to inform you that at-the review
runaway (Ufa' of your battery, and to
mf ... - i. - r ... .
i"" tVrc.i t yea t'.z rcr.rure and satl&i
V- fiction at jcur lrompt and' tHective1
:;.acUon...;..J, .1. ..,:C1 , u
. "By command Cf Brig-gen. Wisser.
'-"i ;-' -(Signed) J.,A. UUO.. '
',l8t, Lieuttenant, ,1st- Infantry, Asslst-
V-'w-t. Adjutant" " :.; . :r ':; ' '-- ...
,i.ne the artillery was, passing In
".review at a gallop a nervous six-horse
team' of Battery" D became unmanage
fable and started towards the review
' Ing party and visitors. Lieut Lyerly
with promptness - ah d i great-skill
caught up with the leaders and guid
ed them tack tq their position In the
battery.' . '.; ; ';'ry:' f
Had it not been for' this officer's ac
tlon Bor V of the f pettators might
have bed in a very serious accident
MONDAY " '
i "Honolulu Lodfej No. 409,SUt
tf -ed; 7:S0 i, m. T ... i-- ' J
TutsoAY -. -. r-
- ..Masonic Boardi . of ; Relief ;;
. Regular; 5 p.'m. ;.. , ,,v
W E CN C S D AY- . , -: ?
T Hawaiian Lodge No. 21; Spe- ,
cial. Third Degree; 7:30 j?.m.
THURSDAY y- r
f Honolulu Commander No." 1;
w; Stated; S p. m. '
H Honolulu Lodge Na 409; Spe-
' ciaL Third Degree; 7:30 p. m.
FRIDAY ; :-: ;:' '
. Oceanic Lodge No. 371; Spe
cial, Third Degree; 7:30 p. m.,
SATURDAY ;-V . " v --f
; Harmony Chapter O. E. S.;.
V Stated? 7:30 p. m.
V'"'. ;V-;', V : ''.'V ;'-''-' -
:'v. SCHO FIELD LODGE :
VYE D N E 8 DAY
- ' A :;-:v ;::' ,
Scbofield Lodge No. 443;
r : Third Degree; 7:30 p. m. f . i
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MODERN
ORDER OF PHOENIX.
i ' - . '-. :-'1 -
-meet at their . home, comer
Beretanla and Fort streets, every
Thursday eveniag at 7:30 o'clock. '
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR Leader.
FRANK MURRAY. Secretary.
HONOLULU LODGE, 118, B. P. O. E.
, .; - . meets in their, haJi,
on 'King "St, near
brothers are cor
dially, invited to at
: - tend. .
a J. McCarthy, ejel
inonor by following the hearses on
fooU bareheaded, through the wlnd-
-in itwt. to the cemetery
i Roman Catholic, Church of England
! and Nonconformist services were
j said over the graves.
After two confusions of Identlfica
tlon, It has been finally established
that the body of Charles Frohman.
the American theatrical magnate. In
among those recovered.
Instructions from bis relatives in
New York are .that the funeral be held
on May 23, at which time all hisjusi
ocss and multifarious affairs both in
America and England will have been
wound up. ;
Germans Mobbed in Liverpool. .
Furious' rioting broke out in Liver
pool yesterday against all citizens of
German blood still left in the city.
The saloons were closed at 6 o'cloch,
but it was not liquor that had in
flamed the crowds, tfor the disorder
grew more wide-spread and savage as
the night wore on. until the police vir
tually were powerless.?
"Windows were broken, doors bat
tered in, goods i dragged Into the
streets and torn to tatters by the mob.
and wbat few Germans could be found
were chased and beaten.
GOETHALS DECLINES TO
Mian i-rr- aiiiii n ft It- -
UUAnMIilCtl UANML. UHis
; TRANSPORT BATTLESHIPS!
Assofiated Press bv Federal Wireles 5
.-. WASHINGTON. D. C, May ll.-ln
view of the critical situation of .world
politics and the "uncertain navigability
of the Panama canal. It is unofficially
understood that there wlllTbe no voy
age of the battleship' fleet through the!
canal to the world s fair at Sanv Fran
cisco. . .At a conference here yesterr
dayi between pipt. Hugh Rodman, su
perintendent of transportation for. the
canal rone ; Maf.-gen. , GoethalsT gov- f
ernorgeneral of the zone, "and Secre
tary Daniels of the navy department.
Governor Goethals declined to predict
that the panal would be navigable.for
battleships in July. ? There is v depth
enough, but fresh . slides in 'CulebTaf;"
cut' might prevent a quick f etun -of
the 'fleet' to' Atlantic; wateTs In an
emergency. 'A "" ! ?' .-..'.-w:
I JitMII, C1 ,V '
STAiruw in iionoiuiu. May.i5fia,t
: to Capt and Mrsl'Xorrjs Stayton of
Fort De Russy. Walkiki,. a son.
CAVACO.In Honolulu. May 8M315.I
( ; to Mr. and 3Irs. John SJ Cavaco of
94C Kawaiahao .street a son. j -
X 1LU VynHfc" iU X1UUU1111U, r ,V
1915, to Mr. and Mrs. Emllie Piedva-
cne ' or v , oouin .wueen sireei s
CASTENDYK. In HiS Ha wait April
. 29, 1915. to Mr. and Mrs., C. Cas-
tendyk. a daughter.:
GUERRERO. In Honolulu; March 11,
1915, to Mr., and Mrs. Benjamin
1 Guerrero of 1814 Ahuula street a
to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A, Woode of K
,i n,- r-i a w- AfltTsiaeni vYiison
420 Victoria street a son.
MALT ERRE. In Honolulu,
1915, to Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Mal
terre of 1566 Emma street a son. '
WEBB. In .Honolulu, May 8, 1915, to
: Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H.. Webb of
104 Fourteenth avenue, Kaimuki, a
i SOn. V ;- . :. . ' i " Y .. t-
BEYER-rn Honolulu, May 6. IJWto
Mr. nd Mrs. PaulvBeyer of 3030
; Campbell avenue, a daughter. '
COLEMAN.--In Honolulu, ;May ,5, 19.15,
. to Mr. and .Mrs, Fred Hugh Cole
man 6f . Schofield Barracks, Oahu, a
'.son.' ' . '''"'. Al-:'
KAN'EAln Honolulu, May; 1, 1915, to
' Mr. andilrs. j Paul - Kane 'of -1554
- G.ulick..avenueV Kalihi.; a daughter.;
DArboZA-PAPU In . Honolulu. May
7, 1915,' M. D. Barboza and Miss Dor
cas. Papu, Rev. M. E. Silva of the
Hoomana Kaauao church officiating.
' Witnesses,' Peter Anderson and An
Hie LiL . " .
PAK-SUN. In HonoluluMay 6, 1915,
's Chang Young Pak and Miss Yee
I Sang Sun, Rev.v H. S. Hong official
I ing.'' Witnesses, Kwan M. Lee and
You Han Eung.- '
; LOPES-PEREIRA In . Wailuku, Maul,
May 1. 1915, Antonio .Vidal Lo
pes and Miss Florita .Vargas Pe-
i reira. Rev. Father Justin of St An
: thony's Catholic church : officiating."
! FREITAS VENTURA. In Makawao,
Maul, April '23, 19 15.. Louis Freitas
I of Mokawao and Miss Jennie Ven-
j ' tura" of ' Kokomo. Rev.," Father An-
'! thanasius of t St , Joseph Catholic
KEALAIKI-NAMAHOE. In Honolulu.
: May 8, 1915. William Noa Kealalkl
" and Mrs. Annie Paupu Namahoe,
"Elder Abraham Fernandez of the
. Church of Jesus Christ . of Latter
v Day Saints officiating. Witnesses
Mrs. Kamae, Goo Kim and John K.
Goo Kim. r v
LEN-OPULAUOHO. : In Honolulu.
May 8, 1915," Robert Hew : Len and
,' Miss Mary Ann- Opulauoho, Elder
Abraham .Fernandes of the Church
pf Jesus Christ of Latter. Day Saints
. officiating -Witnesses, Sam Kunane
and Sarah He Len.
CASADO-ARANDA In Honolulu. May
8, 1915, Francisco Romero Casado
and Miss Dolores Dias Aranda, Rev.
: Father H. Valentin of the Catholic
Photo by American Press Association
The crown princess of Germany his
people by.nrglng'the crown prince, her
;patueneio, .t a aangnter oom recently
Ufth;chlkL The first four were boys;
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: '-: :,,, '::;; ...AOj
i; immm mmmi mm,
. if.. x'
iJs ; -x : jrf5
ck-t7WssJ born.rSa JJecoTlW, for,!. Tbe .crown. prfnA "-was marxied to -Cecihe,
a sister of the grand duke of Mecklenburg, dn Junra 190S. Thetf
tirtt'toa-ttM born Jalx i th.fniwt ro, x - V v- K -i-'
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Aswiate4l: Press by FIeral .Wireless.
I PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 11-fSec-
on .. his -. trip here
from ! Washington and re;urn, denied
i88 groundless last night a rumor orig-
Inating in New York that the rendez
vous of the Atlantic fleet there, pre
paratory -to Its journey ' through ; the
canal to San Francisco, would not be
held, lest It be interpreted as a ios-
j tile demonstration. - ? ' -! : '
U Cathearal officiating. Witnesses
Antonio DIas Granada and Dolores
r.;, nmMm ..... .
GONSALVES-DELGADO. In Honolu-ln.-.May.
7, 1915, Miguel Lopes Gon
salves and' Miss Florencla Lara DeU
'ga3o. Rev. Stephen J. Alencastre of
,: the Catholic; .cathedral officiating,;
" --WitBesseV Juan Pena carmcna an 1
Isabel N:na Bella.'
";t-?' ' . died ".:;
BYRNE. In Honolulu. May "9, 1915:
James J. Byrne of 1819 Fernandes
I . street a native of S t7 Johps,V New-'
, foundland aged -It years. : ' "i
: Funeral- services under' the auspl-:
s '.ces of local lodge of the . O. O. Fj
; at 3 o'clock this afternoon fn the
''"undertaking parlors of H. .K.- Wil-,
liams. Fort street; interment in the
Excelsibf Lddge No. 1 plot 'in- Nuu-1
r ud ceiueiery. ; s- ' ,-
CAVACO. In Honolulu, May, 8, 1915,
the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.-John
S. Cavaco of 946 Kawaiahao street
PETERSON. In Honolulu, May : 10,
1915,1 Mrs Jerusha Marie Peterson,
. widow, of 1281 Emma street a na
tive of Plymouth, Mass., age . 84
years, ;11 months and 14 days.
KALUHIOKALANI. In. Honolulu,
: May 9, '191.), David son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. K. Kaluhiokalani of 1202C
Morris lane, aged four months,, and
nine days.1 ' ' .
SHUL In Honolulu, May' 9, 1915, Mrs.
EMar Shul-Jof North King street a
native of. China, aged 54 years.
LOPES In Honolulu, May 8,' 1915,
Maria. ' daughter -of, Mr. arid Mrs.
' Jose Farla Lopes of Moiliill; aged
five months' and 28 days.
WEBB. In. Honolulu, May 8, 1915, the
- Infant son of Mr.' and Mrs: Marshall
H. Webb of 1034 Fourteenth avenue.
Kaimuki, -4 . .-
Acquitted in Newark. N. J of con
spiinscy to defraud the Roseville Trust
Co. of 13000, Charles A. Mones of New
York "was immediately arrested on a
charge of overdrawing his account
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ii i ii ii ii -. 1i.iiiKri " 'i iiiii . ii i i.i iff i i ii
VrtVHI, IILVILlf . ' iH ; H
ViLL BE PUT OFF RIVERS FLOODED
to Scene of Battle.
won the admlrriloa of the German
husband, tojfetiro nt once, to the
to the; crowa ffincens toake the
In the acebmpar !n illustration re
As3o-iate(l Press by Federal Wireless
REDDING. Ca,!., May llEight and
one-half Inches'- of ialn have fallen
here In the last 24 hours, the heaviest
precipitation ever recorded in North
ern Califprnia. At onerlime the down
pour became a, veritable cloudburst
Houses are flooded teethe second story
in Kennett" the , Upper.-: Sacramento
stands, at 22 feet above mean low wa
ter mark, and is rising at the rate of
a, foot an hour. Inhabitants of the
lowlands : are everywhere fleeing Jto
higher ground for afty. :.i '
TO MEMORIAL SERVICES
The visiting congressmen and their
wlveg and daughters, as well as the
local public, have been invited to at
tend Memorial Day; services- which
will be held in Nuuann cemetery May
Y r? iVf , jtil iTKJrZMt?
Wi U Eaton, chairman pf the G. A. R,
31 by the George W.. j)e Long poet, G,
committee, says: '
;"A11 flags should sfly, at half-mast
from sunrise to sunset, Please remem
ber it is Memorial TJayJ not Decoration
Day; not forenoon ot.! afternoon, not
half day, but all day: . Memorial Day
was established by -jCommander-in-chief
John A. Logan, May 5, 1868.
VAN DERBILT-S ?)MILY
GIVES UP; ALL HOPE
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Associated Press by Federal Wireless
NEW YORK, N. Y.tay 11 Con
vinced that his brother' Alfred is dead.
Qornelius Vanderbilt has",beenk reliev
ed at his own-T$quest of the social
duties, that would fait' to him as chair
man of the citizens, entertainment
committee that ill. welcome the fleet
at its rendezvous here.V "
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" CITY ROAD WOR RUSHED. "
. Work on Honolulu'a vtads is being
rushed along by a forpe of 100 men
under the direction of Road Supervisor
Clark. Streets are being repaired and
patched, bridges fixed and a general
surface coat applied i$ various sec
tions of the city so-that Honolulu
will Boon have" her roads In better
condltion-than ever before. ' The work
on Allen street from Richards street
to Fort will soon be finished, and open
ed to the dock ' traffic. '. Construction
of the Wahiawa and Punalun bridges-ulasa
has also started. , The .improvements
voted by the board of supervisors otfrgists in' either powder or tablet, form 1
all the roads are well tinder way. ' at 50 cents per bottle. '- ;
Thfre will 1k "nomething doing'
every minute when the BaHors" of the (
cruiser Maryland, the submarine flo-
tilU and the tender Alert give their
Miterta nment at the Opera house next I
rirtay night. '
The., program announced yeutcrday i
Skrtch School Days.
Cast of Characters.
Teacher l. . . . ...
rc.uglj Roy ....
tivangeiine . . . .
Eva Tanguay ..
I eslie Carter . .
...... F. A. Hillraan i
J. F. Ness j
D. Webber !
E. H. Shaffer
C. V. Glanz j
. S. K. Gleberman
.. Madeline Smith
Esther Kahn j
.Jeannette Camara f
(Dlrccticn ot F. A. Hillman of the !
Violin solo Scene et Ballet de Be-
riot .............. Vera Dale Keene
Mrs. Bechtel. accompanist - j
Selections (vocal) ... ;
Mrs. H. Tennebaum. mezzo-soprano
He Always Comes Up Smiling (a
. rapid fire sketch).
. ..J. F. Ness and Agnes Schurmann
Popular songs . . ... .'. , '
........ ..Frances Pillar, contralto
Asleep in the Deep. ........ .- It Heen
(A guitar solo played by the use of
the steel bar, a Hawaiian method ex
clusively) Intermission -
: Bugle call one minute before cur
tain. ' . ! '..''". i-
Club swinging de luxe. . . , . F. Bosman
Sketch In Modern Plumville.
Time The present ,r; r
Place The parsonage. ?
Cast of characters:
The Bridegroom C R. Edison
The Bride C. N. Lee
The Parson . .. .'. F. Ilindreiet
The Town Orchestra
Violin V. : :,4. : . . ... ; A; E. Granger
Trombone , r. i . . . . ... . .'. . ; S. Ontlge
Clarionet ........ ...... G. S. Greene
(Written and : produced by. Ensign
, ' ' ' Frank Hindrelet) ; , . ?
Tiger LiUyJs- Race. .. . . .H. A. Garrison
(A wandering boy tells ."his mother
' how he became a Jockey arid beg$
her forgiveness.) ..: .. ' .
Quartette '" - ' ' V
.V- Baritone '. . . .......... . B. Smith
' Bass-. .'. .-. ; .'. ...... P, S. Jenkins
Esau Wood . . ; . . . .'. ; . .V E. Wilcox
Sketch Dance of Salome. ; -j.-
. . i Cast of Characters -V
Salome F K. O'Brien
Mdhamet All V. O.' Henry
Selim . 1 . ; . T, . O.. O. Keislng
Haroun Al Raschid .".. . . A. 8, Walton
Every penny of the proceeds will go
direct to those left dependent , by the
loss of husbands, fathers or other ret
atives In, the F-4.
PARKER DEPRECATES v.
ATTEMPT TO FORCE.
' PRESIDENT'S ACTION
Associated Press bv Federal Wireless
NEW YORK, N. Y May 11. In an
.open statement published here this
morning, Judge Alton u.mricer, once
the Democratic nominee for the presi
dency, deprecates any attempt to force
the president's hand in the , present
national crisis. :i . : v
"Any attempt,- said Judge Parker,
't6' persuade the ' public what action
the : president ought to take on the
destruction of the Lusitanla Is most
unfair-to hlnr and can work nothing
but great Injury to the United States.
' "He alone is responsible for the de
cision, and there is every reason why
be should make haste slowly." ,
HOPE FOR MANOA HIGHWAYS.
The Manoa valley road "system is
to be completely revolutionized, when
the'" resoluUon affecting the roads ot
miiat,n n, lh nVfr 1
meeting of the supervisors,- passes
third reading. Residents of Manoa
valley congratulate themselves - upon
the prospects of permanent road im
provements and hope that the resolu
tion is bu a forerunner of improve
ments in other parts of the city.
The resolution provides that the
roads shall be constructed of bitulithic
or whrrenite. The cost of construc
tion will, be borne in part by .the city
and county. The cost of property nec
essary for road widening in" place will
be borne by the property holders but
additional expense, such as removing
fences and resetting curbings will
come-out of the road fund.' Ther work
on the Improvements win be rushed as
Engineer Whltehouse- has all the data
: ready- V:'-. '.V. .
. The : crew of 1 eight Greeks of t the
schooner Lilly B. of Tarpon .Springs,
Fla., were arrested in Key West for
violating the sponge- fishing law.
" A well-known medical writer riays:
"I always first prescribe Blsurated '
Magnesia In everycase of hyperacidity
V (sour .acid stomach that cocci to
A teaspoontui 13 a tonrta or a i
-of hot water' usually gives IN-
STANT "RELIEF. Soli by " all drug- j
1LS0W NON OTUITHL; SCOHES
ROOSEVELT FORLATTER'S SPEECH
"Hlimanitv First" PrPciHpnt'c
Aim, But End Attained By
Diplomacy, Not Force
CAMOfiatel Press by F-vlerat Wirrloss)
PHILADELPHIA. Ia.. May 11
1'resiaeot wuson mane Known lasi
night the central mollve of hU policy
toward Germany without once, men-
tioning cither the Gulflight or the Lu -
sitania or the loss of American lives
in their. destruction.
S-k . I llttl m
In the paraphrase of one of his
closest advisers, that motive Is: "Hu-
The president did not commit him
self as to details but he led . up to
the palpable Inference that there will
be no resort to force on the' part of
America in any effort she may under
take, however vigorous, to, establish
her right's and the safety of hex citi
sens and commence on the high Seas. ambasaadcrs of Great Britain. France
TIfteen thousand persons applaud-1 and the Netherlands called on Secre
ed the president tumultuousrjr, and Ury Bryan yesterday to express their
there were repeated patriotic oemon- horror and, deep sympathy- at tha
V? . .j uuru16 iu wui,; .-
U. S. a Bright and $hining Example.
'The example of America," he, said
in part "should be an example of
peace, not merely because we!iWlll
not fight but because peace is eal-
Ing evidence of consecration and ele-j
vatlon upon the world,, while strife
is not ;;.' v."
'There is such a thing as the coun
try being so secure in the right that
it does not need to convince others
by force that it is right" r
Teddy Den6onced. . - v.
Thre followed a reference to the
declaration of Theodore Roosevelt
that it was difficult to see how the
United States could refrain ; longer!
from action that ihere was a d.uty we
owed to our national self respect as
well as to humanity. , ' '
"I am , sorry," said the president
"for the man who seeks to capitalize
the passions of his fellow men. He
has lost touch : with ( the ideals S of
America.. v : ' . , . -oj.';'' '
Gets Ovation. ' !H;'"'!-:.';?'!f"
The address was delivered to an au
dience compoaed largely of newly nat
uralized , American citizens. Mayor
Rudolph : Blankenburg introduced the
president .with a strong. German, ac
cent In his speech. Mayor Blanken-
burg said that whatever the decision
of the president JaJthJa crisis, JJsJlrsU,
thought would De ror tne country oi
his adoption. As the president arose
the audience save him a tremendous
ovation. '.;u." .- ' A
Conversations with 'many,. of Jils
hearers showed . that the impression
left in their' minds by his address was
fiat although America would remain
at peace, she would seek to convince
Germany that the methods of warfare
Germany" is prosecuting are an injus
tice to mankind. ' t ;
As interpreted by the same close
friend who coined the phrase "Human
ity first the president was to be un
derstood as intending to convey the
1 1 hi , vl;
I.' ij 1 (f')l
shoulder-svvin" and real bodily
x comfort.- . , -
Whcrevei- the. strain is' greatest,
B.y;::D.:: -is ;rei n forced sSj
The ; specially woven i easily. wa$h- w :"
J j able fabrics, v are -i-to:::the:sin;j
-r Go to the nearest store and. select
' v" i
- , : ' r - . - r-.:. , . y r -f -.
. And you can't go wrbn forr'no 7..:-'
underwear cxccpr-UVJ D.:;bajiif, J'f-V'
. Wea'. that although he had not ye.t
determined on any set : course of ac
tion, it was his uppermost Idea ; to
demonstrate that whatever might be
his ultimate decision, and however
vigorous the - means undertaken to
make It effective. It -would be adopt-
ed with the good of humanity at larga
( as us sole oojecuve. .. , - . ' ;
I Police Guard Executive. t
The president was escorted to the
: hall by an extra heavy guard of police
I and from the hall back to the railway'
. station, where he took a train for
Washington, in order that he might at-
l tend the regular cabinet meetlnglhefe
FOREIGN AMBASSADORS u
(Associated Press by. Federal Wireless
WAsmxrrrnv ri c. Miv ti Th
j appalling loss of American lives la
the .'.destruction, of the Lu8itania.
It is understood that they offered
no suggestions as to what course of
action America, should adopt , ,
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HOHMA" rLUMICU, VVILU
BE TOWED TO 'FRISCO
Asswiatea Press by Federal Wireless
TOKIO. Japan, May 10. The first
class cruiser Asama, which went
ashore in Turtle Bay, Lower Callfor
nia, three months ago and was first
reported to be a total loss, has been
floated and will be towed to San Fran
cisco, where she wilt be docked at
Hunter's Point : '
ib. occw arm wuotit t
attflMDt rm tha au n . .
' TjrcVj r;..' .-
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