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(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FKANCISCO, May 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Cap-
tnlu Peter Johnson, who for some
j ears has safely piloted the Mat-
son Navigation Company's liner
Willielmina, will retire from com-
maud of the vessel to become
tor of the now Matson liner Mat-
sonan, which will shortly go into
As tho Wilhelmlna was Bearing
port from Honolulu last night a
dinner wns given by the
Cnptniu Johnson was pro-
sentcd with a purso of $200.
nC 3 p p s p F l t F r n
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, May 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) "I
believe the people of San Francisco,
Hawaii, or any other part
of the country, have a right to
spend tiieir money in any
mate way and .end their repre
Miiitutives liere to protect them
selves from a death blow" was the
response of George K.
Carter of Hawaii to the President's
statement agajnst "sugar
"On their own admission," declared
Curler, "the refineries have
maintained a lobby here and conducted
a campaign for free sugar
since 1901). They have carried this
on under ilo name of a iictitious
committee of wholesale groceries,
but the work was financed by refining
interests in New York.
They filled the country with misleading
statements and held out
extravagant promises of the results
that would follow free sugar,
v An Open Fight.
"Tho eanc sugar people of Hawaii
have joined with thiiiu of
Louisiana and with the California
sugar beet producers in openly
spending their money for paid advertisements
over their own names
iu attempting to counteract misleading
by the refiners.
'"Producers or domestic sugar
arc conducting their fight in the
open. Tliey represent an in vestment
of .300,000,000, most of it in
the Pacific Coast and Hawaii, disbursements
of which reach out into
every channel of trade.
"Tho industry is in the hands
of hundreds of thousands of small
investors. They are not making
exorbitant profits and many of
them will be entirely ruined by
the adoption of proposed legislation.
That is why we are here."
CONGRESS READY TO
TAKE A HAND IN IT
WASHINGTON, May 2", Associated
Press Cable to Senator
Cummins of Towa today presented
in the senate a resolution directing
Vice President Marshall to appoint a
committee, of 'fivo to investtgato the
charge of "insidious lobbying" made
yesterday by President, Wilson. The
President's charges have stirred up a
congressional storm, tho congressmen
who liavo been favoring modifications
of tho Tariff Bill bitterly resenting
Wilson's reflections on tho work being
dnno against the bill. The house took
the sarno action as tho senate, tho
Sneaker being authorized to name the
committee. Karly reports arc asked.
News camo by cablegram yesterday
morning thnt William Alexander, a
graduate of Oahu College, class cf
BUS, had made tho "Yale News."
This is a great honor, insomuch as
thero nre always a Inrgo number try
ing for tho position, and became theio
'.iro only five positions. Kvorybody
'who tries is supposed to be a literary
pojiius nud tlioso who make the
''News" do so entirely on their own
This is highly pleaBing to Alovaiv
der's many friends.
News came 'some time ago that tho
yonhg man had captured one of tho
prjzes lor very goou woric in pnysics.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May 7. (Special
to The reform
and the personnel of tho new industrial
commerce commission were tho principal
matters discussed at today's cabinet
meeting. No agreement on a complete
rvrrciicy bill was reached, but it
is expected that the administration's
measure will biS introduced in congress
Tho industrial committee nominations
are to bo sent to the senato later.
(By Federal, ylreless Telegraph.)
ItOCUESTEK, New York. May 27.
(Special to Tho Adertiser) Tho iiw
administration's first antitrust suit
with tho decree agreed upon .Is ileal
before it went into the court, was
tried in the United States district
court today. Tho suit was one to
dissolvo tho Coaster Brake monopoly.
The government chargcil that the defendants
conspired to monopolize the
trade and had entered into trust agreements
When the government's caso was developed,
without entering any defense,
six corporations and eight individuals
asked to bo allowed to withdraw their
original plcss and substitute for them
jdeas of guilty.
The court then passed sentence, lining
the m,emberB of tho trust in all
eighty-one thousand fivo hundred dollars.
Mrs. M. N. Forbes and Miss 8. W.
kander of London, are guests at the
Moana Hotel during their stay in Ho
nolulu. They aro on their way around
the world and contemplate staying over
a mouth in the Islands.
Sugar Fight at Washington
Hawaiian Opponents Dig Up
GEORGE It. OAItTEK.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, May 2". (Special to Tho Advertiser War morn serious limn
tho Balkan-Turkish struggle and which menaces the peaco of Kuropo as that
conflict never did, is feared as tlio result of schemes which today havo prac
tically uisiniegrmcii mu ninnnie iiciwecn iiuignria, aerviu nml Ureeee.
Servin's demands on Bulgaria for a rectification of their agreement on
territorial matters is regarded as practically nn ultimatum and, while there
is no fighting today, Bulgaria and Oreeco are mnlutulnint: what reallv is n
state of war about Salonika,
It is believed that Oreeco and Servia hao perfected a secret alliance ngiinst
Bulgaria and thnt an explosion of vast conscqucuco may any time.
Premier Dnncff of Bulgaria, who is hero in attendance 'on tho expected
conference by tho ambassadors of tho Powers, declared that the present situation
is intolerable mid that Bulgaria will not jield to t,ho demand of cither
Oreeco or Sen la.
Telegrams from Vienna state that eighty thousand Bulgarians, ready and
eager for moro fighting, aro massed about Soda nml it is regnrdod as certain
that the Bulgarian cabinet will reject tho demands of Scria for cession of
territory won by Bulgarian arms.
The Mir, an inspired Sofia newspaper, declares flatly that Servian demands
constitute an ultimatum which BulgariA tnmiot grant.
McGOVERN WOULD PUT
SUFFRAGE OLOOK BACK
(By re.lcral Wireless Telegraph.)
MADISON, Wisconsin, May 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Governor
McGovern today vetoed the Glenn
Bill, nroviding 'for a referendum on
woman" suffrage iu Wisconsin nott J
year. i no uovernnr recommended instead
that a referendum on tho proposition
be taken in 11)10.
(From Wcndnesday Advertiser)
The recent transfers of consuls on
tho Pacific Coast, by tho Japanese government
has aroused considerable interest
among diplomats, following tho
sentiment as expressed in
California and other States.
Y. Nuirano, who was formerly consul
at Now York, lias inken cliargo of tho
consulato in San Francisco in tho al-
senco of M. Nagai, tho consul general,
relloving U. Oycma who has been ordered
to Los Angeles. S. Kuncsii, formerly
secretary to the consulate in Honolulu,
has relieved Numano at the
New York post, with tho title of acting
Y. Numano has been connected with
the consular service of Japan for tho
last tvJelvo years. Provious to his appointment
to New York, ho was consul
at Fortland, Oregon. Ho takes chargo
of tho San Francisco oflico with the
titlo of acting consul general.
M. Nagai, whom rumor declared had
been recalled by his government, loft
tho United States ostensibly to visit tho
bedsido of his father, who was reported
Consul General F.itaki iu this city re
cently received a dispatch announcing
the death of Nagai Pere and it is
thought unlikely that ho will return to
his post in tho United States, owing lo
ins extensive business interests in tho
Island F,mpiro which nccessitato his
Tho Japanese government received
reveral protests from its subjects on
tho Pacific Coast, which claimed that
Nagai had allied hunsolt with tno old
Japanese Association of Fresno, alleged
to bo an association whoso membership
is composed almost exclusively
of Socialists, who, sinco the nttempted
assassination of tho lato Emperor havo
found but littlo favor in court circles.
Following these protests, Nngal requested
and received an indefinite leave of
absence. It is reported that since his
return to Japan, ho has been connected
with tho department ot foreign nffairs
in an unofficial capacity.
U. Oycma, acting consul general at
San Frnncisco, has taken chargo of tho
newly created post at Los Angeles
where largo numbers of tho subject qf
tho Mikado havo settled. At ono time
ho was secretary in tho consulate at
OFF FOR THE COAST
FOR SUMMER VACATION
Mrs. William L. Whitney Jr., wife
of the secoml judge of tiio circuit
court, left on tho Siberia yesterday to
visit relatives and friends in Clev eland,
Ohio. Mrs. Whitney will bo absent
about two months.
Judge Whitnoy will join' Ids wife in
San Francisco. Tho circuit court magistrate
expects to take his annual
early in July. Ho will sucml
most of his ullofod four week 'a lcfsnro
tlroo in San Francisco and Los Angeles,
returning with Mrs. Whitney to Bono
lulu about August 12.
"Producers of domestic sugar are conducting
their fight in the open. $ dt TJie industry is
in the hands of Hundreds of thousands of small
investors. They are making exorbitant profits and
many of them will he entirely ruined by the adoption
of the proposed legislation. That js why we are
here. We represent an investment of $3QQ9000,Q00
most of it in the Pacifict Coast and tn fiawav
-GEORGE R. CARTER, in Reply to President Wilson. , ,
BRITISH RULERS SEE
GERMAN ARMY CORPS
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
DUBLIN, May, 27. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) King Georgo and Queen
Mary of Biigland left for Iondt.this
afternoon. ')ey terminated their visit
with a review of tho guards army
corps, which held its spring par.ido to
d ly at I'otsd ini.
WANTED IN NEW MEXICO
CAHLSBAD, New Mexico, May 12
Tho Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce
has,, extended an urgent invitation1 to
Japanese farmers in California iti emi
grate to New Mexico and take up homes
in the lower i'ecos valley. TJio mutation
was sent to F. J. Lukliis, Japanese
commercial representative at Los Angeles.
Mr. Lukins, accompanied by a delegation
of Japanese, is expected to
hero this week to look over the
valley, with a view to establishing a
largo Japanese colony iu or near Carlsbad.
. . i. ',.,..
Pitcher Georgo Mulliii who bclpod'tho
Detroit team into two American League
pennants wns sold to tho Washington
team last week for a waiver price,
$1000. Thus do tho mighty fall.
When you find that you aro getting
in tho habit of worrying unnecessarily
about your work; that
vou cot cross and irritablo over
trifles , that you cannot get your,
mind oUT your work; that tho daily
grind is wearing out your nerved,
it is time to bring yourself to
stop. You havo reached tho
limit of your endurance and aro
facing a complete nervous break-down.
Don't prido yourself that
you can keep up tho pace you havo
set yourself through will power
alone. Nervousness cannot bo willed
away. You must get rid ot tho
The nerves are nourished and
kept in health by good, puro blood.
That they aro breaking down in
your caso may mean that your blood
has become impure. Youliavdndt'1
noticed it until now becauso your
nerves have been working on their
reserve strength. This lias been
used up and the nerves, having no
help from the blood and no reserve
strength left, aro exhausted. There
is only one thing to do and that is
to build up your blood.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People
are a valuable tonic" lor tho Wood
and nerves They aro a most direct
help in all nervous troubles.
Bend for the froo booklet, "Diseases
of the Nervous System."
While talcing tho pills avail yourself
of every means to build up your
Dr. Williams' Tink Pills are pold
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or six boxes for $2.50 or they will
be sent, postpaid, upon receipt of
price by the -
Sr. TVIlHami Medietas Company.
Schenectady, N, Y.
GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY
COM IN LIFE
Bull Moose Leader Tells of Ab-
steminous Life Ho Has
(By Federal Wireiesi Telegraph.)
MABKUHTTA, Michrgm, Mny 27.
(Special to Tho Advcrtfscrl Theodore
Boosevelt took tho stand today in
Judge Bichard Fhtunigaos' court as his
owu first witness in his suit for $10,-000
punitive dam igcs against Georgo A.
FORMER PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT,
Xcwett, a newspaper editor, who accused
tho former President of "lying
ami cursing in a most disgusting way,"
further declaring that "ho gets drunk
too and that not infrequently."
Itoosovclt said: "I havo novcr drunk
a cocktail or a highball in my life I
never drank whiskey or brandy excopt
under tho ailvico of a physician. I do
not liko tho tasto of either. 1 do not
smoko or drink for I dislike both, and
I do not drink whiskey or lirnndy except
by a phsicinn's advice, unless
perhaps, after great exposuro when I
lelt chilled through. 1 do not drink
red wines. Tho only wines I over drink
aro white wines, Madeira champaguo or,
occasionally, n glass of shorry. At home
1 often drink a wino glass or two of
Madeira nnd I often drink a tall glass
of whlto wino and Poland vvntor. At
public dinners 1 sometimes drink a
glass ot champagne, perhaps two. On
an nvcrngo this means that I drink
champagno about once a month."
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
TOICIO. May 27. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Tho condition of Lmpcror
Yoshihito was greatly improved today
and his recovery is now regarded ns
Tho r.niprcss is still suucring from
a severe cold, contracted while attend
ing her husband.
LIBEL SUIT BEGINS
LONDON, Mny 27. Important, exposures
re'ating to tho charges of corruption
brought over tho British government
wireless contract with tho
British Marconi Company aro expected
with tho opening today of the trial of
Cecil Chesterton, brother of the noted
author, 'flllljert K. Chesterton.' '
Chesterton is accused of criminal libel
against Godfrey Isaacs, managing
dlrectA' of thu Marconi Company, who
was charged with corruption in connection
with tho letting of tho contract
STATE OFFICIAL IS
SHOT BY MISTRESS
(By, Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
8JOIJX FALLS. South Dakota, May
27j (Special to Tho Advertiser) Illicit
love ended in death today for Dr.
K L. Moore, thirty fivo years of ago,
tho state veterinarian, who wis shot
and instantly killed by Mrs. Mao Allen
of Aberdeen, in a boarding house,
whero the two occupied a room. Mrs.
Allen then shot liersilf twice ami is
Doctor Monro was married and has
a vvifo nnd lliree (liildreu living in
Brn.jkings, where tho Stato Vetcrlnnry
College is located.
Mr. C. 8. Young, a business man of
'San Francisco, is nmoug tho recent arrivals
at tho Moana.
30, 1913. -SEMI -WEEKLY.
(By Federal Wireless Telegrnph.)
LONDON, May 7. (Hpedul to The Advertiser)
Chin'u, wiii tho possibility that tho Republic 1 may
predicted by dispatches received today by tho Dull,
Thfve .cables say tha,t a ;iovv decree is tn be launched this week by President
Yuan hi-Kul, looking to constitutional gov eminent In the north of China,
vvhyrh Juay' case that section to revolt.
SHANGHAI Mny -UC. (Special Cablu to tho Sun Chun wqc, Bo) A
nieiabe'r of jjoitor Sun's party dlsgutseJ ns a curio merchant, "has Wro'dod
iu an attempt lo assassinate General Che Bu Han Jiy throwing a bomb nt hS'm.
Tho'geheral and two of hVs servants were Instantly killed. General ('he )
San has been stationed nt the' head of ?1Q,Qu0 troops nt Yanghow, Klangsu
province and was one of the lo.val soldiers of Yuan Shih Knf.
cot he mm
III OPESftTE JIT J LOSS
WASHINGTON, May 15. Secretary
ItedCeld's broad intimation to 'business
that ho federal government would investigate
cuts in wages 'thnt looked
)iko reprisals for tdft pissago of tho
tariff bjll brought out a sharp
of speeches today between Chair
man Underwood of tho ways and moans
committee and ReprcM'iitativo Mondell,
Republican, of Wyoming, during tho
brief session of the house. Secretary
remarks w'crb In a speech
icru list night before tho employing
' ' " "
Mr. Mondell declared Representative
Underwood's statement tint wsgo.cills
vvouldj be investigate couh be "forgiven,
because It was made iu tho heat
of debate." Mr. licdficld had no such
excuse, lie said.
"Kwrv right-minded citizen," continued
Mr. Mondell, "hopes for llio
fnvorable couduct of tho country's In
dustries, nut i Know of no law wulcli
says any man shall continue tn give
employment to lalior under adverse
conditions, and continue Ids business
at n loss."
Tho Democrats, ho declared, were revising
tho tarllT with the people in a
most favorable frame of mind, anil it
was "ungracious to warn manufacturers
thnt unless they continue to ton-duct
their business nt n possiblo loss
thev will be Jnv cstjgnted to satisfy the
high and mighty "secretary of 'commerce."
"Tho situation is just this," rejoined
Majority Leader Underwood, amid
by the .Democrats: "If you look
through tho tariff hearings jou will
find statement after statement of mnnu.
fnctiircfs that if tho democratic housiv
rn.llll.nrl 1,in tflrlir In il.n Infi,o,j nf
ti,0 ,.,, t w()uM tn(l) , r(,,lu(.toiv
cut or the labor in tho factories and
mills Man after man said, 'what re
duction vou miko will come out of
labor.' We intend that where these
industries are making enormous prollts
reductions shall conio out of tho unreasonable
profits and they shall not
continue to mako tlioso profits nt tho
jxppio of their labor,
"A short timo ngn you Republicans
contended for a tariff board to ascertain
the facts, that industry nnd labor
might bo ssfeguarded iu making n
tnrilT, Now that tho machinery hns
started to ascertain tho facts you run
io cover, jou show tho whito feather,
because you nro afraid of a fair investigation.
"We won't inlerfero with labor, but
when a manufacturer says ho is cutting
wages because of tariff reductions
wo want to know If he js telling thft
truth. If he Is not, nnd ho Is simply
mulshing labor, thon tho fact should
be made public. If ho is telling tho
trutli we want to know it. If we. hnvo
m.idi) a mistaknin nnv. 1...
stanco wo nrclnotaCraidnVftcknowlcilgo
it nnd correct it."
"Will you promise," interrupted Mr.
Mondell, "thnt if nny Industry shows
a loss that loss will be repaired!"
"When tho bureau of commerce
finds," returned Mr. Undorwood! "thnt
injury has been dono, jnn may bo Bure
tli's side of the houso will stand ready
to remedy thu injury."
YANKEE HORSES TO ENTER
HORSE SHOW IN LONDON
Ed n aril B. McLean of Wnsh'liiL'ton.
I), ('., who exhibited his stable of
thoroughbred linrses at tho recent National
r'npital Horse Show, announced
ho would send sovpn of his horses to
the international horse show ot
Kngland, Juno 10th to 30th, inclusive
These horses aro tho pick of McLean's
stable and havo captured many
bluo ribbons In tho United States.
'Ibev are Nala, champion of America
for heavy harness horses; Lndv Dilham,
Klegant Dlllion:, Tesiniitou Belief. Indian
Flower, Prido o' Prides and Oak-wood.
FORMER COMMISSIONER KEEFE.
A now revolution in
bu split into tvyo parts, is
Tele-graph from 'its Peking
Sad and Impressive Services Mark
Final Rites Ov.er Remains .of
Lato Rose Davison.
(From Wcndnesday Advertiser)
Amid tho fragrance ;pf tho flow.ers
and tho strains of music wliicli pho
loved so well In her lifetime, the body
of Miss Rosalia O. Davison, was hundred
yesterday afternoon in Central
Chitrcli 1y tho presence of a largo
number of relatives and friends,
the, final journey tn thu Nuunmi
Tributes tn the service of Miss Davison
ami her work for humanity as well
ns dumb beasts were offered from tho
pulpit of llev. Dorcmus Kiuddor, pastor
of (.'intra I Union', mid ituv. llor.ico
Chamberlain, pastor of tho Kulihl
chapel, lie was a schooluuitu of Miss
Doctor Seuddcr offered n fervent
prajer, following two organ selections.
Doctor Hcudder spoko of tho good
work accomplished by Miss Davison in
iieiinii ot dirnii annuals and too poor
and distressed, nud said it would stiiud
us a monument to her worth in tho
city. Shu filled a peculiar niche in
tho life of tho (ommiinity which woulfl
bo hnrd to fill again; sho was a good
nnd noble woman, he said, mid ono
whoso efforts for tho distressed would
bo long Tcmembered.
llcv, Horace Lliamberlain took ns his
test, "Sho hath dono whnt s,llo could,"
and the words spoken so many iciiturics
ugo fitted Miss Davison, for sho hud
done nil sho could In bur community.
Ho ..'inn parol Jier work to tli.it of
Jano Adams, although tho community
in wiiicn Miss .uaviunn inuprcd was
small. Ho spoko of many incidents in
her school career when ha was her clnss,
m.fto and plio then showed tho trait'
Virhich broadened in later life, particularly
that of trying to hoi) others.
Tho fnnnral party which left Miss
Davison's former homo in Manoa
arrived lit threo o'clock at Central
Union Church, whero, the body bearers,
a squad bf six-foot pollen under the
command of Cuptnln Nellson, took
charge of tho casket and carried it into
tho church to tho foot 'of tho pulpit.
Tho polko detnil vva selected by Sheriff
Jurrett as a mark of appreciation ot
tho department for ono who had been
an officer on the liumnno detail.
The honorary pall-bearers woro
F. Afong, A. Henry Afong, Hon.
Fred. Hockley, Mnlulani Beckloy, Rob
ert Booth, William Aliia, Thomas 1'.
Cummins nnd Qcrrit P. Wilder, tho lat-
icr rcprcKuuiuig wio nuinuiiu sociyiy.
Tho body was incinerated in tho -afternoon
nnd thu urn containing tho
ashen will bo buried today under tho
direction of Henry Williams iu tho
plot iu Nuuanu
cemetery, directly over tho gravo of tho
Into Bcuoiii Itlchmond Davison, her father.
A private scrvico was held at ten
o'clock in tho forenoon nt tho .Davison
home, Row Doromus Scuddcr offering
n prayer iu which ho paid many
tributes to tho high character of Miss
Davison. At this scrvico only relatives
ami intimate friends were present.
Floral tributes: camo from friends in
all walks of life and were beautiful. A
wreath of orchids was sept by
society. Tho flowers wero used
effectively iu tho decoration of tho
church. Upon tho casket lay a cluster
of American Beauty roses.
A detail of Boy Scouts, selected by
Poout Commissioner Jnmes A. Wilder,
was present nt tho clrarch, as a special
tribute to Miss Davlsou's kiudly regard
for young people.
Philadelphia doctors have added tho
"movlo eye" to tho long list of hnmau
nftlictious. It may be described, as n
I film over the eye, umengo itccoru
(By Federal (!V?'feIia Telegrnph.)
NJ1W OHLlUNS,':May 27. -
(8pcclal to Tho Adrertlscr)N.W.
llrcen, a wealthy negro, was lynch
cd nt Milton Flat today becamo
ho insisted on riding In Pullman
cars in Stntea wboro tho Jim Crow
law is effective. Green, who was
supremo chnnccllorlrof tho Negro
Knights of riiythias.vwnii removed
from a train, taken to tho woods
by n mob and lynched.
' . '
(By Federal Wlroless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, Mny 127.
(Special td TJc Advertiser;
Democratic jiienibors of the .seiinto
liiuiiice committee this nitcniooii
started framing' nmcudmciits to
the Underwood Tnnil Uili. They
will work day unil; night hoping
to present it to tho senate within
The period of hearing protests
of business men ngninst tho tarill!
bill expired this nfternoon.
WRITTEN IN MALICE
WASHINGTON, May 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) The
rcpoit on Ilawaiinn labor conditions,
made by Commissioner Gen.
oral of Immigration Keefe last
year, alleged to hnvo been suppressed
by former 'Secretary of
Commerce and Labor Nagel, which
the house last week ordered to be
printed us a public document on
request or Representative Parker,
hns niailo its appearance.
Keefe declares that "labor conditions
in Hawaii nro very bad,"
wages illiquid lie increased,
houses should bo bettered
and company storey put under
management. About one-half of
the Filipino laborers imported by
the planters nro injected witii
hookworm and worse diseases.
.Many of them nro continually in
Many declared tli.oy were
bi ought to the Islands under
ns to conditions and
wish to return but cannot earn
enough money for l Manila.
Japanese yero bringing in
women tit the r'nto of aisly to
ninety per ship.
The publication Of the report at
this timo is designed to weaken
the cause' of tlioIuwaiian planters
in the tight ngninst the free
sugar clause, ot'lluwunuonvooa
Hill. ,' - '
?.. :.-, ,-, .
(By Federal Wireless .Tolegrnph.)
WASHINGTON, Miiy 271. (Special
to Tho Wilson
today sent tho following nominations
to tho senate; Andrea Jones of Now
Sleico to bo flrt assistant secretary
of tho interior; Clay Chaldmnu to be
commissioner general of tho laud office,
and ('has. Druco of Virginia to bo assistant
commissioner general of the land
WASHINGTON-, M"ny 27. (By Associated
Press Cnblo Star-Bulletin)
Unusual action was taken by tho stato
department today in giving to news-piper
correspondents an authorized dc
uial of tho truth of a "jingo" telegraphic
dispatch sent our from San
Francisco nud appearing iu the
newspapers. Tho dispatch doclared
that America is preparing openly for
war with Japan. Among other pioccs
of alleged information was tho statement
that tho war dopartment is taking
steps to Increnso tho garrison iu the
Philippine. The state department
brands tho report ag untrue. Secretary
liraaii layp umpiiutuH ou llio cordial relations
between the two governments and
says that no oalclnl action of Undo
Ham has given a basis for the alarmist
(By Federal Wlroless Telegrnph.)
WASHINGTON, May 2T (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tho first movo to
pass at tho special session of congress
n bill granting San Francisco tho right
to acquiro tho lletch Hctchy Valley for
a Tcscrv oir site Tvas mado in tho houso
today, when unanimous consent was obtained
to print 2500 copies of tho report
of an examining army board on
tho project. i
Minority I.cador Mnnn made no objection
to the request, saying ho realized
that tho acquisition of Hctch
was a necessity.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ItOMK, May 27. s'necial to -The Ad
vertiser) Popo T?iu5, apparently qutto
recovered from his recent illness, was
out of doors again today. explored
tho gardens 01 tno Vatican and talked
freely with tho soryltors.'
BRITISH AVIATOR CORPS
OFFICER JS KILLED
(By Fedoral Wireless Tolcgraph.)
MONTKOSB, Scotland, May 7.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Lieut.
Desmond Arthur, of the aviation corn
of tho British Anny,vas klliod today
when his iioroplanu turnod turtlo at n
great height. , J .
LORD CHIEF JUSTICE
FARWELL LEAVER BENCH
(By Fedoral wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, May 27 (Special to The
Advert'ser) Sir Ocorfco Forvvell, Lord
Chief Justieo who resigned,
retired from the 'bench todoy.
Mrs. Henry nlostarick and Miss
Itesturlck sailed lyostorday for the
mainland. They' will ' visit for sonic
weeks in tho Mrs. Vagi
Withinctoil, who was Minn rnnstniwe
I Itestariclc of Honolulu,