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HAWAIIAN C.AZr.TTF, Tl'ESDAY, -AVUUj " 21,- 19 14. --SFMT-YYT.F.KT.Y.
Tif.iEair.iiT is FIXED FDR SALUTE President Give Huerta Until Six t o-'Clock Tonight in. Which to Pay Respects to American .Flr-g in Apology for Refusal to Do Bo at Command of Admiral ''.' Mayo..' v v...',-. WASHINGTON, April 19. (Aaso elated .Prcti .by Federal Wlrlene- "Encouraging hot not M" wm th comment mad early thia morning by Secretary of Btata Bryan regarding th fresent statu of the situation MtWMS tk Unltod Mate and Mexico regard Jng tha refusal af Uaerta ta saint th . United 8UU tf or at Uast not Art a caluta aiJena it wa aiimiltaaaous with tha of a aalat flrad by tha United State. . Farther than hia brief ttatamant Secretary Bryan wi coo.xounlcatlv. Tha aacretary . con ceded, however, that tha aituation waa tha gTavest alnc tha Spanish wax. Bryan, declined to state why ha re . natned at hla desk until early thia morning, bat it la belleraa to have bea In connection wlO tha reiteration yca terday by Huerta of nil eounter-propo aition that Unultaneoua solute be Brad by tha United States and Mexico and tha ultimatum returned to Huerta by President Wilson tnat iiuerta, xnusx deHver tn caluta aa originally demand- noon. Following tha issuing of tha' ul timatum. President Wilson stated that if tha demand was not acceded to by Huerta that ha -would bring the matter before congress Monday morning. . Tha determination of. President Wil son that Huerta comply with hi ulti mata, and every indication around tit navy and war dopartmenta 1M ratea that failure to taka tha United SUtaa serUttftly will result in the lav mediate selxure by tha United State ef-Tmlco and Vera Cms, including the railway from Vera Crua to tha City of Id nice, without waiting for tha ax rival er Admiral ' Badger of th At lantic fleet. ." ,:.- t . InatracUoaa Bar been forwarded to sU base to be in a state of prepared ness for' prompt' action. . VILLA REPORTS DEFEAT ; OF LARGE FEDERAL FORCE EI PASO,- Texas, April lS.(Aao riated Prone by Federal Wlreles) General Villa ' wire) , from ; Tokrnont "Oof forces defeatd 120ft federal at nwifDiii lie juaa sa.i cnpnireu a inrg: supply of ammunition and .other: mu nitioua of war. '."., " .. REBELS PLAN ANOTHER :. . ATTACK ON GUAYMAS POTTfiLAfl, Arisona. ' April 1ft. As sociated Pros by Federal Wirelo)- According to advices received here yes terday by agents of the Constitutional ists, the rebels have arranged to make a simultaneous attack' on the port town of Cnnynia by land forces, tattlesb;p and aeropluaes. Ouaymas, which ie the mort winherty Trt' of 'ItTrportanes on the Mexira weat coast has long been sudor siege by the ratals, but attack after attars on tha federal forces ia rontroi af tlte city aati' heem futile. Oasyaiaa aod tha port of Mucatlaa are the only important points on the west roast now held "by the federals. It 'is rcHirte4 thot tha federal - forces arc well aopuliwl with amnBnt:Sa, are- se curely eutrenrheit anil prcparnd for long 1'reviona attempts ta ilis loiive tha feilerola by land, aaa and Mroplaaa attache by I he rebels have ra suited in- heavy fosses to the attackers ........ . ... TWO MEXICANS SHOT BY AMERICAN SOLDttRS ' EL VASd, Tewa, April ' 19-(Aso-r in toil Iwi by Fwlersl WlreK, I'rivatfla -Hwttcer anl Flanery of the Twentieth Infantry yesterday shot and : . . i .. A a. W-i . : ,L. nrriuusiy wuuuaea 10 mrJLicu in prlnon curop here in which are confined the Mesiraa tirisoners of war who have lxyn held : 'it dotpniion ' since ' they eroiwcd tbo line into the United Statue after battlce across tha border. Jesus Zarco was breskiug electrie bulbs with a linshot when he was told to deniet ly Private F.'sncry. ' Jn answer Zarco drew a revolver and flrel at Flancrr. The saldior returned the fire and wound rd the Mciican in tha left thigh and li-fiv hand. Five minutei later Jemie f'alures sttenipted to escapo from the wire eni'losure bv crawling under the fetic, and was shot bv bwitaer. 1'a hre' woand is' especially serloui. . ... . ' .. at . -' "' , ,' - :. ''.'' SAN FBAKOIWO. 'Aprir 18: ( Affot lated Premi Cable) In one of the best game of the series, i ITuivrnity of i'aUornia bas I all tinrrt this nfternooa won from it Ptonford'hy score of .1 to 3. To a- ilnv's victory gives California two ' out of three games played ond the interrollegiate cbampiourhip of tha State. ' ';,":' "'. Hb'hIc the champlouNhlp.'a trin to Houolulu was at stake and Celiforuia by winning is entitled to piny a three or four weeks aa 'lies in Hawaii against local teams there. ,' ' '.,' '.' To1hv's game was in - heeping with tho rest 'of the series, and whik H'auforil had been picked to v jii, California showed remarknhla at Ktri'iivtk In the box and with the lt. end snrpriseil their most sr- tlm-t admirers by Ihe brillirney in wltih they performed on the d!a-' raonl. . ' . '.'.. 1 '. . ELKS LODGE PLANS . TO GUILD II0L1E Handsome Structure Deiigned for Site Already Owned fit Ala. ' ' 1 kea' and Hotel Streets . . r: " (From fkm.lsy Advertiser.) 1 the tentative plans now b.iing on sldored hy a sfiecial committee of Ho nolnla Idge: af Elks No.. 6ld are real ised, construction work on t four-story building for the local lodge at the cor ner of Hotel and' Alakca streets will soow be-'stsrted. ; ' I . . A biiitil'Bif jeommittee, composed af J. H. -Fishor, , Dr. Charles B. Cooper, Col. Chsrle J. McC'srthy, Fred Ceor J. A. M. .lohlinon and Kamrtel A. Walter, was appointed yesterday to take up the matter. f a new building for the lolge to consiie.r. various plnas and e,eeiea tions; to devise, ways and means of rsiiiing sufficient fmds 't-o erect a anit- able liuildinKi and te report their find ings back, to. tha lodge at a regular meeting when tiie various rmanuMwdit. tions of the committee will he voted upeiu.y , .........;.-. Kiuory ami Webb have submitted a preliminary plan for a building which hjt met with much fuver- from num ber of nicinbera of (be lodge' who hava see it. .' . i f . The obi V. M. 0. A. proirtrty at IloUl and A la kea .streiUs was purchased by the' Elks about four years' ago, 'Al- thotigh tbo building as it stands tfvs ine property trie appearance, of being mall for the building ia contemplation, yet tha proerty is much larger than casually observed owing to the. faot that it extends some distance ia the; rear of tha bwililing toward Kins street It ia the intentiea of the. Elks lodtfe to erect a building on tha property that will eost W,(HK. The property ie worth 40,KW. that ammint having been refuned for it a short time ago. Emory, and Webb 'a V1'1 call for a four story building with sla stores on the ground floor. Three will fare on Hotel streot and three on Alakea street. There will be sixteen living rooms in the building. which will be, at the dis posal of bachelor Elks wha are mem bers f tha local organisation. ; A DiacblAeeat elu.4 room with a handsome library, lonnging room and ladiei.'v reception-room will, be on the third door, . .The fosrth fleor will be levotod to- a lodge room. The plnns :alt f o a,-roof garden which will be so arranged that a .temporary roof can ha placed ever it ia bad weather: This vili eiuiody. a lsaca floor and. at one and. a atnge will lie, erected to be used' for amateur theatricals, jinks and con certs. Honolulu l.onge No. 610 has had, the, dream of owning its lodge rooms1 for many years, The property at Hotel' in d Alakea atraota was acquired with'' noney '. raised from various carnivals liul entertainments' given to' Honolulu 'u the p five years, i The Elks are Jie ftkr, o.Uie carnival idea la He loluln. ha viiif given tlie lrt aa in the f ity. ; .v ; ,. ;- ;;-. It as the iutoatios to give a car lival each year until suOirlent money vas raised lo erect a aubstantial build Pg but awing to opposition that was ained' iil certain quarters) tho' lodge droppa.1 . the carnival fuattirei and ;it- was takes-up: by the present caruivnl aKsocistion. ; , . ' ,f ''. t Although the Fk' carnivals ware on a smaller scnJe than that" give by the Carnival Association they have novae been, loBjng -ventures) and nave cleared aa hivh a 30Q for a tw nights' Jierformance. , i Kuiory hud Webb' who have desigaad some. haqdsom buildings ia Honolulu, will submit other plana for the commit tee's approval during tha week .sad it! was stated yesterday that plans would probably be nsfler way within tha next month for a mrt to be' made aa the structure, i v ," ' .- . Honolulu lodge pf Elk has a mem bership now of. nearly 5P0 member and is in a healthy financial condition. The present quarters occupied by the lodge Is owned by the V. H, Cooke estata and is unJer a lease to (he lodge which will expire in about twe years. ', ,,, sylvestetCheld oh' ' BCBWD'jOet CH1E ': y ?: : : -r -x- ,r" ..CFrom Sunday Advertiser.) Freeman Sylvester and his wife, Rosa Sylvester, who was formerly Mrs Hue maun, were 'yesterday served with a bench warrant issued out of the federal court which charges them with criminal conspiracy. The eonple appeared 'be fore Judge Diarlos F. lemons yester day mom inif, and after being arra'gnel pleaded not guilty to the charge whWi waa returned against turra by the all feloral grand jury weok ago yester day.;"; . k '. " ' .. The Sylvesters were later rclcaie on bonds of f 1000 each, on which Jose Gomes Serrao, a jiloierchniit,' and laoi'nthQ' Antonio, olo 7f Hilo, ap pearerl as snrotien. The 'f ine was -set for trial in tbo federal coa-t en May next. Att rneys1ttU(liMs H: Mcllridn of Hilo and Alexander Lindsay Jr. -of llotioliilii wiJH represent the defendants. The charge, it- Is claimed, arises out of the alleged seduction by Frtemaa of a girl named iFloriada; Freitss at Hilo some months. a"0, it being held that hit wife, than a widow, known at Mis. Hue. mann, was! a party to the -conspiracy. On oue rhargu arising out of this case Sylvester haa alresdv served a month's ''mprisonnieiit at Hilo, and he and his wif were the other day the winners tit a 10,000 . 'damage . suit brought againat tnem through a verdict given by a Honolulu jury ia Judge William U Whitney's court, the case arising also out of the aamo incideut. . -t- .'.,: THE FBUIT SEASON. . ; Kowel complaint U arrj to bt pr.va lent clur'iiT thj fruir senson.-- Be sura ; to keep n bo tie of I hainl erlaia Colic' li'lo'a n ud Diarrliea ltemeily oa baud. It may save a life. For snle by all deal-e-i, Hmia'vu, fmita i Co., Ltd., agents' for Hawaii. ? i' J''"-4rr"HVf'..i ' : Descendant of ilitsionary Ttm i ilirs Flant Treei at fort Ann- aUrong . ia Honor of General After Wh,om, rtiflcatioa Wai Named nd VTia .Was Bora, on Iikndt. (From 8uUy Advertiser.) , Yesterday morning at, nine o'clock mora than ifty-descendant's of the flint missionaries cf . Hawaii Invaded Fort Armstrong, the Army pest named afti'r Oca. &' Armstrong, who was bora in Hawaii, of mirswnary ramita The object of those ' ywwng peepls, - whs ranged from one and one-bait years ta fourteen years of age, was a peaeeful and kindly cue to, plant cocoao.it trees. -v.. , ' : Oerrft I'. Wilder was the loading iiirrt i this wvrk. ti laiaa; tM aaeM oecaion of the hiod sr ranged by Alan Last r year b - led. yoathtuj .Honolula on tree-planting mleaioM te Fort Kar mebameba. - , .'i.'t'n, '.'n Aa aaeh , hil4- arrived ? yestefdnyv bctaging his trea, he was met at the entrance to the post 1V an orderly, who gave hint a braaa tag bearisy the iiuni Imt of the hole for hia tree, Capt. Henry J. Hatch, who la in eomamad at Fort Armatrong, bad prepare! these hclcs, aad as the children set ia-their trees orderlies fallowed ' n1 fitted them in. . . ;V. ' . .- .. , . Orandniece PlantiTirrt Tree. ' ' The first tree'waa planted bv Mis Mary Weaver," grands eea of Oeneral Armstrong -and danghtet f ' Mr. and Mrs. Ihitlip Wcavor, asd the lBt by Mrs. U. N, Swan, the drat o dicer's wife to live -at tha post.. ; . i 1 Mrs. Swan is. a bride and' the only grown-up privileged ta set out a tree, although - Mrs. Ocrrlt Wilder aasistel in the ceremoniea and Mr. Wilder hade a short, address referriag te General Armstrong." Ho also told the bpys nd girls, that if they save their brass tas(i they may (present tbent In-jl82D," when eachj oae wjll be .sllowe.1 te? picK.-a cocoa a at from the tree, ''-,.-". I , ;. .' Captain Hatch proved hinnclf a most uoderstanduiT boat, having: provided ha inexbcustlljle- SMppJy f Iqmonftde for the 'young foreters -many-'Of ' whose na rents ' n joyed, the iutereatuig- hour. These wh planted the trees 'were: Msry .Weaver, Ida. Weaver, Burr WiMerr; Jliehad- Walker," .Constance Constable, iSeraiee 'Jaeger, . Iwalinl Jaeger,' J'aiUine.' ; Klue?al. ' 'atherin Wall,, Kobe rt -Wall, Adelaide Ewing, t'armelce Ewing, - . William Cheathim, Frank Cheatham, El rabe'hr Lewis. Dud ley awm,, Marjory ' Atherton, Marion Lrwis, Mary Alexamlar; Oiailes "ooke, t'sroliae Cooke, Jietty .Lindsay,, A gnea Jadd. Albert Jsrid Jr.i. Berntcs' Jedd, Dorothv .lndd. He ln Jadd, Dei tha Wall, Itiebard Wall, Lydia Bodrere Jack Ho draro, Vittotio. Bodrero. Albert Camp bell, Margaret Paris, Valkyrie sCainp bcll, Fraacee ;'ooer, Hryant' Cooper, Jack Coo;ir,- Margaret. Frear, Virginia Frear, Charl'e Heueafrav. Hephia Jndd, David -TiHld,' AUpb Jhi', Edvrar.l Jud 1, Dora Cooke. Oeorge' Cooke Jrl. Frauds Ccoke, Dudley Hmith, "Fred Dean'son, Jlorenee IenBlsoo, Heatl Denhiaoo, Ali Oe-errison, Boells Wall, SuaKoa McDonaldMargaret Wall, Allco WoU, Carta Wall, Mrs. D. N.' Swa'ia, , ,; .'; -. --....' ' ' ; : HALEMAUMAU ACTIVE, v Mr. Kleanoj Langtou, tfc the Para dise of the Pacific, ! returning from the VolcaiK yeerday, reports tha for matiou- ( "a lake la IIliiuinma "boat th site of two billiard tables." Ta. foftr . places . are . as. many cones pouting lava. , fihe says the-activity is greater .tbaa the wt lis a ahown for anaajr months, v The weather 'was aa dunaff-her stay bt there were f ow gnesta at tha koiad to 'witness the -eellaat -"display , ' of '. flreworkr- which seems to ba keeping np weH and Ma creasing in graodeirr and activity. , JAPANESE ARE BLANKED. ' ai V VD k VTTa k a'..:i' in ' ti- aociated Tress by Feileraf "Wireless) Ibe Htnarord University baseball team defeated tha Keio Unrveraity team of Japaa here .yesterday by tha score of .;, , ,... ,.,.. '. x INDIANAPOLIS, AprU 19. (Asso elated Prese by Federal " Wireless) , Tha 'Progressive' 'party in 'conveutioh assembled here yesterday Boiniuated Albert-J. Beveridge as tha candidate of , the party for the United Htatea senate. - Meverat hpeakers addressing tbo' convention urged the. passage' of resolutions' endorsing Theodore Koose velt for the presidency uut nd action was . taken'. '.. ' '.. : ' PASADENA, California. April. H. (AsHOciuted rresa.by Federal Wirelesa) Tho Hotel Maryland, one of the best known faulily tourist hotels in South ern California, and at which many not able personages of the, United Htatea antf other eouutnea have boon euter tained,' waa burned to the ground last night-- All the guests' escaped but Diowt of them lost their valuables. No causo for the fire was assigned. The hostelry was owued by . D. M. Llnnard a,nd others. - .';' '.i j. - -.; ' The 10,000 bond of II. W, Kinney, superintendent of public . instruction, waa filed yesterday with the Ooveruor, the National Surety Caniahy acting aa sureti Mr. Kinney will arrive from Hilo, next Haturday and --will succeed Huerinteiideii ,T. II. Gibsou May 1, The bajid was i approved by Attorney (leneral Ingram M. Htaiul.ack , a to form and bv (loveruor I'inkham aa to aufllcieqcy, , ,. ... . . , . .-. -: " . V ' .'." '. i.TC!IOli!DIT IS RECAPTURED Private Herman Lewis, Twice Es caped from Barracks, Caught . ' ;. .- by Fellow Soldier. . , J . (From 8nday Advertiser.) . Private Herman Lewis, colo.-od, of the Twenty-fifth Infantry, who Is charged with a Series of holdups and robberies committed in Honolulu, who bail twice escaped from custody at Hrhofldd Barracks, the last time Wed nesday night, and whose recapture has been anxiously awaited in Honolulu for the piist few days, was gain plaoud nmler arrest yesterday afternoon by a private ia Company L of the Twenty fifth infantry at one fifteen o'clock, about one mile tora Scholluld Barracks. Lewis was unarmed at tha time ha was taken and offered no resistance when placed under arrest. , A heavy provost guard from t'.ie i westy-otth infantry Bad Men rieUII d since Lewis' last escape to search for the fugitive and the .men were sveeaH rmns, east, south and wen of bciofii'ld. : shortly after one o'clock yesterday private from Company L- tame upon a man sleeping in the us rtcrbruh 1n a gnlch to the south of the barracks. He was wrapped in a peat no, waa awaxeeMul with praj frvu Uie-gnanla Cine and whea tae' potirko was leinovexl: it war found : that -the man was tha mm-h naught for Lcwlm t- '. .The laieradd mad so reaiatanr anil with a smile said Well, yon got me alright,- I'm , ready ta go." lh lulauce of the gnard waa'THitineJ and Lewis wns. taken to tbo. blacksmith shop at Hchofleld Where shackles were rivptett upon him., He will be -vanvayi exl to Fort Hh after for safekieping to- dVH . "). '. ' I ' . ' tevci-al report have come to light aiuca the rapture of Lewis regarding hrs movements since the night of his - eni. One report is that on lriht Thnra- lay aiKht icwis broke luto the incin erator in the rear of Company L hend (itturtera and blew' out some the lights. There is a blind door leading from thia incinerator.. .The theory advanced by the authorities at Schoneld is that I wis intended to lay in wait behUul thia door, overpower the seatry ami take hia gnn away from him. - TImv sen try .Uncovered Lewis in the incinerator, at which Lewis rati, ,Tbe soutry called for him to halt hut be kept oa running. 9 innii were nreii. . , . A Filiidno laaadrymaa who lives near thn...ftiarters of Company . L reported that his . honae had been ' broken h into. ant a quantity of fond had been stoles. it is thought. that this was the food bnoa which Lewis hm 1k.b ti the ptisi few.. 'days. '.',-'-'. . r-'. w.. . If convicted Lewis will i.robablv I shipped t Fort Le4 veu worth to serve his seuteace.. ' ; Corporal . Yonng and Hrgeauf f,iasl,tha two: sentries who were o eTty af tha. time that Lewis made' hit 'escape are under irreict at Hchofleld and an. lavestitotioa will be made , aa to. whether they were imnli- eatd ia amiUtinr Lewis to nerape..'. viiicax ass ray ror lalortnatioa. The list f strange ex)rieneee that fall to the lot of -the newaga therer was capped when Me-oad Lieut. Bet uarl 1. Ii mh, of the Twenty-fifth Infantry, at Hchofield Barraiiks. refunr-d t divulge lafornatmn rcgardiag the capture of Lewis an leas hc waa paid for ao diiiif, . Early yesterday afternoon, word was reeeivcil at department faeadquartera la Iloaolulu that Lewis had been .recap tured by members, of Company! L. Tweatydfth Infantry- the comjiany to which Lieutenaut Lamb belongs. '. ' At the sngretlon of a staff ofBcar ai the Hawaiian Diartaien, iaquiry was at once nmde by telephone af Cnt. Frank. C. Burnett, First lafantrv, tlic nosi adjiiuut at. 8chficU Barraekai (ispUin Bnraett stated that he. waa only ia poesession of general facta and courteously referred the inaiurr to Csptaia Doane, ad.iutsat af the. Twea- ty-nftb Infantry. .'antaia Doane. how ever, eauld not bo roach ed by telepboaa, bot tha message waa. evidently deliver ed to Lieutenant Laaib wbe called tip Tha Ad vertiaor shortly afterward and stated that he- waa tha captor af. Pri vate Lewis, U fact, ba4 hlav la irons at tha time-1 - ? .'. , - Ha stated that ho coald five full par,. Uculars, txit (Wmanded first that he be Infoiwiod as . to how- much - tlwr was "in it for him,, 'as, ho needed the wafley','i : ,. v ,. -r ..1.... . All communication, with Lieutanaat Lamb was abruptly dropped at this stage, and Ueneral Edwards waa com municated with. .,. The general waa ir ritated when iaformerl of the younr officer's. action, and stated that no of fieer would have hia support ia with holding information acquired by lilm iu the jierformanee of his ofTu'ial. duties, when such matter" waa of general pub lie . interest, and not inimical . to the army internal.' m. ; Oeaeral Edvaru; Informed tha re porter that the natter should lie re iiortoil ta Colonel L, W. V. Kennou, Lleutcuaut ' Lamb'a regimental rom mander. - t ujonel Kennou could not be reached by telephone, aul Lieutenant Lnmav refused to give tho Information rsqueatert without a written order from hi superior." A full account of the capture waa obtained later from other source, ' . Lieutenant Iamb is a yonna; officer Who was commissioned in 191! and is probably unfamiliar with hi duties and obligation .to tha public which be serve. l . ' . ''.,.. ... , . , ,'. . '..''. aaiiiaa4i4ttt ' i ' . .- : . ' BAN FRANCISCO, April IftA Associated . Prca by Federal Wirelea.) One Coast And four rollcKe record were amashed (it the Track and Field Meet between the. University of California and Htanfonl University on the Berk s cley Oval yesterday afternoon. . e It waa a deaerately contested - meet from the 0rt to last events, Stanford winning by a score of (iU 5 to 55 16 point. ' ; a DEGLIUES-10 James D. Dougherty, to Whose Ef forts Was Due Success, of Last .' Mid-Paciflo Celebration, Finds That Private-Jlujiness Affairs Will Not Allow nim to Assume Same Responsihilities in 1915. ' (From Sunday Advertiser.) The feeling ha been general among tho businca meu of Honolulu that the choice of a director general for the 11)15 Carnival narrows down to one man Jnmc D. Dougherty, ftepreson tatives of. all the commercial bodies have been working with Mr. Dougherty ta try to induce him to again undertake tho burdenaouio rintiea connected with this public undertaking. Mevertbelek Mr. Dougherty stated to The Advai-tiser yeatMday ihet much as he appreciatr tha uiifiJ'ae whish tha caMiinaity baa iinj-osoj in him ha enn tMt lia iietlre. t his private is teres ts sguiik-levotei the time and awergy that tW sncecMifnl 0)iitma. Iha rarnt vali would deraaiuL i ... : r .'' -ni 'f I. honestly, don't -see where I ran, aad you ran say that 1 shall absolutely dee-line to consider it," he atnteil. -. ' The bnsiner interests hava been , so certs ia that they could get '.'Jimmy" Dougherty to' take this responsible po sition once mora thnt there ha really beo no "second rboiveV.,eaiaidered. The. piisit.ion is an exceedingly trying ona, requiring as it does a happy com-blnntvon- of tact and administrative ability with xe.il. for tha advancement of the interests of ''Our Une Town." OEfEliSE ASXS COURT 'iiffilSLliSffiOi'lEII CASE ';I'Voni'ffuBitay AJvertiser.) Hearing of, a petition filed yesterday morning in the federal court by Attor ney EL A. Douthltt aaking for the uis mhwal of tho statutory charge againat George A."' (Bert) IJower, en which the defendant' ha twice lieen . triod y nd wherein the jury !-" both caacw i dis agreed, waa set by Judge Charles. F. (lemons for Msy 2. Ln case the pe tition is denied, the third, trial of the rtise Uty been t for June 1,. ,,.. a The criminal calendar of tho federal court was called. -ysnterday jnorping and the fwllowlng Hlispositlon mndo of ,tbc cases on tha docketi '- -J . r - i. I Continned aiUil- called up tie crim inal cases' against Chow Hoy," Kiirbi Haknmn aad Kin Bato; Oeo-'ga Aj Bow er, two rases other thaa the ae already mantioned: Edward Cluney, Albert Mh, ehado,. William Kshao, Ternji 1th Ida and ya Kurihacau t-.r' '--, ' b - 'm. 4'ontintiel until' April 2b mctt TaCSr dny; Fred Williams, alia It. A. Best; Joseph Barker,- Charles ; Ksiss two cases; Frsd K, ICeornaka, Fred Low, Akioka Kichitei and .D.-T. Kvans, for, arraignanaat. i :r' -,,'.. . .ri,, Aftur May 4tr Manuel .CarKaf.Mr. J.' F. iiyiand, B. F. Cinch appointed by the 'urt as- cseuSel. m. Hearing, an the demurrers , filed la the ' case against Joseph A.-Doyle aad tlaude Bchuruana, aCaa Maado iteball, ebs Maude Doyle,, renttaved nutil Apell J : Ivv i.m., "..i ' 111 - I r ! , TRAVELER APPRECIATES . KLNDNES3 OHOtlOLULANS . Mlie- SVlulfraa ' ASIl" hoJ yLOaAra1 3 route from fydney to Vancouver aa a fsseuger ou the ateirme. Maknrd u t feiod a break J awn- and on tha arrival of tha vassot here March was tak0 t,th Queen's lIo;ktl forlratineut,' is- recovering' fnoiu liea II lanes aad ex pect soon t rename her joMrsveyJ,-, ... ,t . la letter to Tha Advejiwer Mies Ash .xpressea gratUuiW. fo hindnessei. extended tn, her bytuhysivlaji. aurae aad: ether at the. hospital, m well a other who have tirk.a yeraanal inter est In her ,o"iro. . , : "I have never received such kindly treatment ay where oa my travels, aud shall var irgt my Aisit hara,' t aya Mia Aab her letter. "I wish to thank the. doctors, nurse and. alt mom- ters or the staff of the Queen 's . Hos pital fey their kindness and painstak ing care during my illness. .1 dosire also to express publicly my apprecia tion or the kliiduess of Mrs. Ueorge Davie, Mrs. Cinrtlsy, Miss Ericson; Mr. auh and -otoer frieud wno Dave ieju o good to ma." , . . .... . . BOY SCOUT GIVES FIRST ' ' AID TO INJURED NEWSY '' v-:. Friday . afternoon, a', newsboy 'sua. tained a severe cut on the foot from a piece of broken glass. The wound bkid profusely ,' and the bystanders seemed helpless; no one knowing what to 1U1 for tha IhiI, when sumeon shout ed -"here is tv loy aooiit. " .The scout was Clarenco Sijva, of Honolulu Treep 5, who work in a newspaper ofOoe. He applied first aid, a taught . by hi scoutmaaker, toped tbo Sow of blood, bound" up tbo wound and told the bey to co t a doctor Immediately!! of which is ncconling to the scout book. Tli ore have been numerous instance in which Honolulu scouts liaVe giving first aid in such emergency caaea.' ,. , , -4- ..'. .. WA8HIXOTON,'A.ril 19. (Ar.oi- ted Pros by Federal Wireless) The engagement wa announced here yexter day of Miaa Martha Howara, daughter of Uoyd Wheaton Dowers, fcrmee ro licitor general of the United States, to (Jen., Hobert Tnft. . The date of the wedding we not glveu out. . : V ,ii.-.'... '.';''.'.'. . FiifiS:,CUT DEEP C;-ullEaT IlliED Kaiser Wilhelm der Crosse Now Devpted Exclusively to Third- ; Class and Steerage. v Trans-AtlantJe (tesmahip , otnpnnio seem to have come to the conclusion that tna long-despised Ihird-claaa pns aebger ia Worthy of attention aftef all, for nearly every big line ha adopts) a Hew julllcy of late and i catering to the patronage of the person who her, tofore has been forced to ' forego tin plea mi re of tna travel daring vacation periods becana he could not afford ta pay for acommodation to which he felt that he waa entitled. . Not only has the North Ocrman Lloy.1 Company inaugurated what i known aa the "intermediate'' nervics, eorra apondiag to the old eerond-clans service, but -confined now-to one big ship, but it haa i jutrt refitted one of it fine Ves sels, the Kaiser Wilhelm der Orosse", for operation exclusively ia tha. third class and steerage traffic - - - Big Liat on Tlrst trip. ,' On the first trip in the new lervle the Kiaer Wilhelm brought from Bre men to New York a. full list of third etnas and'Rteerege travelers. In th third enbiaa were 628 passensera, while the steersge carried 14H3. For several montha the Kaiser Wilhelm der Oroae has t een in drydock undergoing changes preparatory to ilevoting her exclusively to third-cabin and steerage passenger. After i her partial transformation the Kaiaer Wilhelm der (Jroaaa 1 practi cally the same magnificent liner that for so long held tha record net otils a the largest, bnt as the faistert shl;i afloat - Tha oly ehangea f nata that have lieen made are in the smoking room arid nasi room. The former has been made into cab en, while tha-masia room has bee divided into twe parts, one a spciitt hall foe women and the other a smoking room for. men. . The dining) room aid grand staircase, with their splendid decorations, remain aa before, ....... . . . . , e . . Only $32.50 for Trip. . ' i A 11 of the first cabin and suites, In cluding the linnet 1st suit, 'arc now oc cupied by third-cabin passengers, - One of tha striking thing about the elilp in her new Held is that the .passenger who eme ia the third cabin each paid .'12.50 for thuir accommodations, whiU tut a few month ago tho company: re ceived' anywhere from 125 to 4IH)0 for them. ..-The steerage passengers aectipy the former aecond-cabin quarters and firmer steerage quarter, the latter hiv ing bea rebuilt -into room for fami lies and nuU parties. ' - . - -r i North. Clerman Lloyl official believ that the new service will give a great impetus to travel t aa.1 a rant Bu rope, ml t,hat teachers aad pnrUenlarly stu dent will fill tle third-cabin quarter during the vacation periods.-. . , , . ,yr ; Missourian, Now in Port, First of , : American-Hawaiian Line to . r v B Etinipped. . '' ; (From Sunday". Ailvartlier.) ' , With one of the lightest cargoes that ha been 'brought 'to the , lalaads for come time by ad 1 Anierleerf-Nawaiisn steamer the Missourian, CapC William Lyons, docked yesterday morning at pier No. '.19. lbs vessel's inward freight amounted to only about. 1700 tan,, but when it sails for Suliun Crux it will carry an. unusually large cargo, estimates of which lange a high as 12, UK) ton, jirinc ipftlly ugar. . Booa af tor th Mrwouriau arrived at it berth yesterday the steamer Mtni went along aide to transfer it cargo of awajar to the big vessel while inward freight was being (discharged oil the dock. The steamer brought, a small amount of mail from the Northwest. - -r . ' . i 8iuoe it last appearance her . : tha Miaaourlan hS 'bee equipped with a wirele plant of tbo Telef angten- tyiie, which ia of German make. Ou the voy age from. Seattle the radio act waa touted and In spite of unfavorable con ditiona J raid to. havcugivon good acr vice, keejilng tha vessel ia touch with ahora atatiou; practically throughout the trip. . -' . , AH the other tteamer of the American-Hawaiian fleet are being equipped with radio plant.' Tha next wswaei of the line ta arrive at Honolulu, nccord ing to Aie raeat schedule, will he tha Arizounn. , . M j PONY ESCORTED ASHORE SWLMS .BACK ,T0, JBHL? On It last trip t Kauai, from whhb It xetnraed yesterday, tha ateaaier Like like carried a diminutive but high spirited pony that became o foud of life at sea that it resisted effort to land- it.. - i . When the .vessel . anrbored off Kealis, for which port the pony wa destined, tba little animal wa hitched to a am nil bout that waa to tow it ashore la the manner employed in unloading, live atock there. Reluctantly it ewam along nidi) the boat until shore wa reached, There it waa delivered to a nan who atarte.t to, load it away, and then the trouble began, j'uraer K. W- Thompson of the Likelik aayt the. littlo horae first : aurveyod it new surrounding, gav it new guardian a thorough look ing over, then hoisted it head, anorted. wheeled and- hoistad it rear heel and dashed after th boat that bud escorted it to land. It passed the boat wiiu ming something like fifteen kuots aa hour and hcadeil straight for the Like like. Home time wa. consumed in the marine roundup that followed, , whu-h dually resulted in the pony' decid ing to give up the flht and atay aahore. ; PILES CURED IM e TO M OAYS. . t PAZO OINTMENT to guaranteed to cure any ?ase of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile in 6 to 14 day or money refunded. -Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO., Siut Uui U. of A, - SEEjlpiiS; Board of Supervisors Make Trip Over Scenic Roadway in Most Unfavorable Weather Condi tions But. Are Unanimous That . Old Law Forbidding Automo bile Traffic Should be Repealed. (From Sunday Advertiser.) Despltethe rain that prevailed in the valley and hill back of Honolulu yesterday an. the night before, the board of supervisors was able to make a trip la two automobile yesterday fternoon in perfect safety to the top of Tantalu and over aa far a the ridge looking doWn into Manoa Valley. A party consisting pt Hnperviaors McClellnw, Petrle, l'arheeo, Wolter and liardeaty; Dick Bodge, representing the Antomobile Club of Hawaii, and an Advertiser representative, left Hono lulu yesterday afternoont oue thirty o'clock for Tantalus, with the object in view of making an inspection of the Tantalus road and 'to investigate the poasibllitie of danger to motorists if tha road waa apeaad ta aatomohile traffic. ... , , . . Although the raini af the night, be fore and the occasional shower that prevailed theowgh the day had put this long-neglected road In a soodit on that made, pregre difacalt U spota, the trip was made yesterday in two heavy auto mobiles without -. resorting to the use of chains.. . . ... Several of tha party were making their first trip to Tantalua, and mar veled at the beauty af the soenery and the view which they gim;sed through fiequent breaks in the foliage. . From a point not far from the sum mit of Tantalus, iiamond Head could be looked dowa. apoa, aud from this lament landmark a-. panorama waa spread extending aa far. westward as Barber 'a Foist. Pearl Harbor with it approaches and its lochs, waa- never seen to better ad vaatage. Punchbowl, which appear aa quit a formidable tit of mountain scenery by those' who wan der not far from the confine of King and - Fort atreots, from- the height which, th party Wked down fromye tordsy, appeared a -but mound' apoa the. landscape. . 4 ,, , , , Tha trvfdcal vegetation, blended with acre a of violet, owned . by Japanese flower peddlers, . togather with rugged iron woo. I trees, the imported eucalyptus tree and. the ,vari-eo)ore( kukui trees, made a J tsrs that jiut at trifle of sen timent into' th soul of the iiipervisors aad niado them forget for the time their political squabble and wonder bow finance Could be raised U throw this beautiful driveway ojien to' tha public and make H mere accessible than it is. , i . .,; ,v . . ', ., . , Ho enthused did the party beeoma over the sceno spread before them, that Bupervisora Woltsr, Hardesty, Pacheea and McClellsn ejected to get oat of the antomobile they wore la and oa foot took the trail for the summit. , Turns Baally Fixed. ' ' 'It'' waa found that la placet where tha turna Ih the vul were rather harp for automobile, tbesa tmna could eas ily, be atralghUnetl. out at little ex pease, . At . several points deposits of decomposed lava wwa found which would make exer lient rend material. In other plucet along the uiive where tha foundation had boen washed out by rain it wat found that thia could 1 overcome by euttlng ditchee and build ing aa occaaiattal culvert ta carry tho water off. ;: ..- x ,'. .. . ' Although son of tho supervmors war- skeptical before Ihey started on yesterday ' trip a ta th feasibility of opening th Tautala road to automo bile traffic, they returned yesterday af ter (hair investigation satisfied to a man that tha present 'obsolete ordinance,- forbidding this road t automo bile traffic should be repealed. , The argwesent that haa been raised regarding horse becoming frightened at passing automobile wa dispelled whea several rigs were- passed -on (the 'road yesterday and' the horse attached did not avaa- Aalka.iha tumble to turn their bead to inspect the distinguished party that waa in the antomobile.. The only excitement of any nature wa caus ed by a large billy goat that Supervisor wDiwt a nrat niuiooK. tor one or bis long lout kangaroo that he liberated a Taatahia foarteen years ago, trying to break his rofw ami rb a II en re the right of an antomobile oa tho Tantalu road. n . .-,'..'.'. ' -.. - WASU1NUTON, April 9. (Asao Hated Pres by Federal Wirelesal Churles Boruijiuria, former attorney general, in 4reiitf of tho tolls exemp tion clauao of the Panama Canal aot yeHtorday told tha a.vocata of the re pen 1 movement that in. case of the re peal ' tha xinpUoa clause and In case of war the United Ktates would lie bound to permit the eoeiny to use the canal.' . ' - ' '.'', . -i . , . - . 8AN' FBANCIbOO, April H. Associated Pres by Feleral Wirelesa) J. Cal Ewing' men made a run away game of it agninst the Angels yesterday win-. nlng without effort. Score, Baa Francisco 11, Los Augelea 1. At Los Angeles, th Tigera were en the long end of an luterestlng contest with the Wolves. Score, Venire 8, Sacramento. . At Portland, the Oak took a brace and through heavy bitting,' kt opportune times' scored ovr the champion. Score, OatlkUd 41 0, Portland L . - 444ii4i4iKi 1