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HAWAIIAN -GAZETTE, TUESDAY MAY -19, -1914 SEMI WEEKLY.
K 1 TiJ" L -. 1 1 ill' 1 . i alias -SHARP fJOTE s-; Demands to Know from Mexican ; Provisional President Facts yt Connection with Disappearance of American Army Orderly Consequences of Refusal Not Given Out.' v;,;:':. '. WABBZVaTOH, May W. AfOciat ; d Prsss by Federal Wireless) Prest dent Wilson and 8cTtry of Stat -.' Bryan yesterday drafted a strong com ' piuplcAtlon to Provisional President HuertA, relative to gamuol Parks, th American Army orderly who la missing from Verm Cms and who In reported to bv boea captured or killed by MeXi ' . can federals. ', ; ;. The United States administration has also cabled to the Brazilian minister: at . the Dtty of Mexico to Inform Huerta ' that there la Strom feeling on the part Of the United States government la re gard' to the Incident. ' , . No mention la made In the noto to Huerta or to the Brazilian official as to the course which the United States in tends to pursue If Huerta elects to be . obstinate In regard to the Parks Jnd ' : dent. HUERTA WITHHOLDS ' : INTOEMATION. , . . ' The action of the administration fol- . lows on information received by Bryan that Huerta is withholding Information regarding Orderly Parks for which he has been asked. - This action on the part of Hnerta la regarded by the ad- , ministration as an act of hostility.' The war department yesterday aaked . congress for a supplemental appropria tion of 160,000 for army hospital sup plies to meet emergency conditions now existing or which are likely to exist. According to advices received here . yesterday, the Constitutionalists have . re-established the telegraphic commnnl cation between Tamplco and the Unit ed States.. The rebels are now in full . control pf the Mexican port , . . at MLLIMAN EXPORTED SAFE. Sir Zionel Cecil Bprlng-Blce, British ambassador to the United States, was notified yesterday by Sir Lionel Garden, Britlrh minister to Mexico,' that Amer ican Consul John B. Biniman left Sal tlUo yesterday for Vera Crux. Billiman, who had been acting consul at San Lais FotosL Was placed under arrest by pen oral Joaquin Maas after the latter evac uated Vera Crua and was held prisoner for aavaral din. ' TOWN OP MONCLOVA IS f - OCCUPIED BY REBELS .. JUAREZ, Mexico, May 16. Rebels nnder the command or General Mqrgia yesterday occupied Monclara, the last town hold by tbe federals on the line of north. : The federal garrison- fled - as sopn as tbe advancntg rebel army ap peared in sight. . . ' . ' ' '--s HARRY WHEELER DECLINES PLACE ON RESERVE BOARD WASHINGTON. May J (By Awo eiated' Press ('ab)o) -Harry Wheeler has -declined the proffered appojntmont pf mombership to the federal reserve ccininisttfou, which has charge of the federal reserve banks throughout the country. ' - : - . BRITISH ARMY AVIATORS, ARE KILLED IN FALL LONDON, May 15. (By Associated 'Tress C'sblp) Twp members - of - tbe Brititih srmy aviation corps were killed near Salisbury today, when their 'ma chine refused to work and 1 the bird piefi were throwu to the earth from a considerable huight. ' " 1 - - ZAPATISTAS ENGAGE , - FEDERALS IN BATTUE) VERA CRTJZ,. Mexico, May 15. (By Associatod Press t"ubl) A fierce l at tie is raging between the ZapatinUs and Federal troops in the vicinity of To pile jo. '....,. '' ' No details of the results or of the damage thus far doue have been re ceived here. ; '.''..''.''" MEDIATION NEGOTIATIONS POSTPONED UNTIL MAY ?0 . WASHINGTON, May 15. (By As aoeiaU4 Press Cable) Mediation nego tiations have been postponed until next Wsdnesday, May 20, in order to allo-.f time for the Mexican 'representatives ' to arrive,. FOREIGNERS MOBILIZING FOR OWN PROTECTION yF.KA CBUZ, Mexico. May 15. (By . Asxociated Press rablo)--'l'he Hritinh, German and Austrian rxirents are mobilizing at tlio City of Mexico to ' prepare for perional defense in event of the downfall of Huerta and the at tending rioting, which is considered as unquestionable.. " That a revolt Is imminent is .the be lief ia tbe beet informed circles. . i- . .'";" FOR A LAME BACK. . ,- ' . Wben you have pains or laiiii'nes.i in tbe hack bstbp the parts with t'haiuuer inin's Iain Balm twice a Usy, masiwg ir.g with the palm of the liuml for iye minutes at eai-b opplicatlop. Tn'o duinpen a piece of (tunnel slightly with this liniment and bind it 011 over the seat of pain. For sale by all dealers, " Benson, Smith A Co., agouts for Hawaii. DEmSTEfltllG OF ITS STOPPED Territorial Secretary Thayer, Re vives Old pontrpversy ?- Con sults wth Be cretry Wpsoa. ; . i v -.-t fTTCT t t A long vacation-! in-sight for the "Hsnau Court," otherwise know .. Sf tbe territorial department-of Hawaliaa birth registration,' according to as an nouncement' mad yesterday- by-Terrl-tbrtai Secretary Wade-Warrea Thayer. "No mere birth certiorates will be issued until I am able to bear' from Secretary of Labor Wilson," said Mr, Thayer yesterday.' w( wish 4eo operate With be Washington ' author ities tn this regard' and I am Mw tak ing the subject op with Secretary VYil Ther has been considerable hitcb. re? contly between the" territorial 'author ities ana the nnmigrstio ofllcitls at Saa Francisco' over . thi : questlo o( Hawaiian' birth ' certiflcites. Several Hawaiian-born Japanese when 'attempt ing to enter Pan rTanelsrp ' frbm Hilo and Honolulu were fin'rp4 admixsion pa the gronnil that they did not cebiie with ia tiie pufVicw of tbf latent treaty be tween Japan and the United States p the subject'. '' ' ! These travelers flashed their certifl- rates of Hawaiian birth In tbe fares of the Han FrancUr.0 Imrrtigritron' author ities, but it would riot Work. 8s n Fran cisco ignored tbe authority of the 'Ter ritory to issue anyinfng or te area. in protests were or no avail anil tbe Uawailan-born Japanese bad td return to Honolulu and Hilo or wherever front Hawaii they had departed.-" ' 1 ' This created quits- a furore at- the time . in local circles' and the Jaen press of Honolulu took tbe question up, one paper stated poju(plly tb,at i(' wpnid carry the qucftlou to th4 very gnies of govcrnmanui Tokie.' K. 4. Mntt-WmiU, then secretary .of Hawaii, also got busy snd by ' cable, Wireless, letter apd htt sonnl-vinit to Pn Francisco took-the question flu". The Han Francisco au thorities were obdurate' - and " nothing was accomplished. Tbe topic has rest ed since," but it appears ti h aye' been ta)ten up recently by the new territorial secretary, with the result announced. GUNBOAT VE?A -'Sfflfct v :. E5AVE TAMPICO HAROfl WASHINGTON. 'May 'lS. (Br' As- soeistcd - PresK table) Bear'' Admiral Charles J. Vadgtf report f 'tbat the Run- V. ir. 1 w . 1 - .1 . . . ii ii ' . vuri vvra jtum ops luanifondq is Sta tion at Tsmpieo and sailed for" the south.- , '! --' " TEN ARE KILLED ; THREE '. ' DprHOITr Miehiraor May ' 13 i(By Associated -Press CablsiTen im dead snd tree seriously -injured" as tbi re- suit of an ex tplosion in f rubber factory in this city todsy. "' ' AMERICAN DESTROYERS tf n WATCH MEjgCAlf VESSEMf - VERA CRUZ, Mexico, May 15.-(Bv Associated Press Ckfcb Tw 'Aoieri can torpedo Hiost destroyers are convoying- the " Mexicaw- ghnboata from Tampico- to Pump Mexico to prevent any aaaingc neisff aone to ins Ipgnt houses along th? routes; " v- ... s i'ii, . ,' i: : PORTLAND, Oregon, May l.-(As seriated Press by Federal ; Wireless) At the primary elections held-here yes tor Jy tbe foflowFnrf senatorial tandi? dates were Bonilnatsd,: all being unop posed:' Wilfiam " Hanley,"Pogresive; Senator George' E. Chsniberlsin; Di-mo- erat; Kopcrt a. -jsooib,. Kepuoijcan. Tbe wpman vpte rss smalt."' . ' ' PJ2NVF.B, vCoipado, May 1(5. (As sociatod Press by Jfcderal Wireless) The resolution asking orje mllrtary loud imuo was passed- a' both houses yesterday. The -rae!sirp yroybles or a million-dollar bond Msae pay' the expenses or tne-muma-ia toe striae tone, and becomes effective immediate ly. The senate killed ' the- ompuhfory arbitration measure; ad sho defeated the resolution -which had fceea lBtro ducad in the Wuu aiikiaa for the resig nation of Qoveraor Klias M.' Ammonf. A memorial; to President Vilson-'' was sdopted. requesting federal tntervrn lion and the retention of ffdoral troop in the strike tope. " ! t 'I ; t t ft t - Mrs. Douglas McCaxkey, wife of Captain McC'askey of the Fourth Cavalry, narrowly '; eai-aped iiB killed in a autoiuobiU) arcidedt yesterday while endeavoring to avoid running over a. four-year- old SpanUh child namad - Maira Marcos, who ran in front pf the car on King -sto-pef near tlie a- f lama Are station. ' - -'-' - . 1 Mrs. MeUaskey was driving in t King street from Bchoflold Bar- racks accompanied IVy'jfJil. Harold Naylor yesterday morning1 at ten o'clock when the Marcos child ran directly, in front pf the machine, according tp witnewos examined shortly after the accident by Mo- torcycle Oflieer . Ferry. -To avoid striking tha child.- Mrs.- MeC'askev with quick present- Jf mind-turiJ- f ed her ear quickly tp thp right and in skidding on the, ear tratk it a overturned, pioning its occupants a uuderpeath. A gang pf road la- f borers wbp were working ia the yh cinity camo aucky to the assist- f ance of the imperiled, occupants aud righted the car. ; . - .. w Henry Mctas, who was passing in an aiutouiobiliij took the two In- jurcd women to the Fort Bhaftpr boHpital where it was found that they were suffering from painful, -) thwiifh Vf ferious Injuries.' Mrs,' f Mt-Can key's fare was acrrhtt) pu 41 the right side and both of tbe wo- men were, bruised about the body. ."'; - - . ss4ris4is4issB TOURISPCROP 1011 Captain John Green Tells Promo. y ion Committee of Vast Field in Great Northwest Lettm Re ceived PromiBino; Bnppor, of Hawaiia Pineapple Day Prp Ject. i Capt. John Orccn, one of the best- known skippers In the Paeifle, and who has been identified for many years with the American-Hawaiian 8teamship Com- psay and the Matsoa Navigation Com pany, delivered an address yesterday before the regulsr meeting of the Jla walt Promotion Comn-.ittoe on tho poe kibilities of that body broadening its sedpe and value by more extensive ad vertising m the Northwest. Captain ' Oreenj 'with his intimate knowledge -of Hawaiian eoniitions, and nlwars a tooster for the Paradise of the I aciflc, believes that by proper ad vertising and adequate steamship serv ice the tourist traflie yto the - Islands tonld be increased a hundred fold be tween the Northwest and Honolulu. In his address yesterday Captain Oreen said:' . , V -j ';. "I have always had a strong aloba for Hawaii and am anxious to see it go ahead. ' Aside from those persons wfio are directly interested in shipping knd business here, one hears little of, Hawaii in Seattle. Th railroad com panies running into Seattle are not doing any extensive advertising of the Island, as there is no assurance from the Matson Company that the present service will be con tinned. ' "The Honolulan will make one more trirt over the triangulnr route, which embraces Honolulu, Han Franeireo pud Seattle,' and as tho charter then ex pires the vessel will revert to its own era; the Ameriran-IIawaiian Steamship Company. - Whether the service will he continued I do not know, bnt I do know, or at least in my judgment 'I feel, that a passenger vessel, say of the tonnage of the Lurline," would make money by entering to passenger traffic between SeatOs and , Honolulu. , -v . , Large Tieldi Available. c "There aro tliousahds of people in the back country "there who have amassed fortunes i' agricultural pur suits who would bo glad to escape the riuors of the terrible winters in the Northwest, and would come- and enjoy the balmy climate of Hawaii if the Conditions here'were properly explained to them knd there were adequato trans portation facilities for them 'to come here without having to journey to San Francisco by rail . or to ' wait ' for a monthly steamer of ,t!ie Canadian'Aui- iranan line rronj , VjUprqver.- Advertlring,,; js.,' noj,fssry,,i' cop eluded -Captain ',. Oioen. bui mote im portant is' traQs-matlonj trnd-1 believe it win not. ce jong petons' tot steam ship companies that do business with these Islands will realize this fact and will branch out and go after this lucra tive field for tourist traffic. ' Acting upon the suggestions of Cap tain' Green," Secretary 1 , Wood' was instructed' to write to the loeal office of the Matson .' Navigation Com puny, asking it to use its influence with the homo offlee to have the eeattlo posiien ger 'service continued. '' ' Secretary Wood reported .that dur Ing the past week be' had received nu niarous rsnlies from railwsv and si-am shin companies all over the world re garding the observance of" Pineapple Day" oa August J5.; Letters have boon sent tn the va rious heads of transportation con.pn nios throughout the country, request ing them to conspicuously feature Ha waiian nineapples on their meuus on that Usy, -More than' twenty repliei have been received to date, all of which show evidence of hearty cooperation with the promotion committee in id vertlsing not only pinoapples, but Ha waii as well. ' . .. ,.v 8amplM pf Letters Becpived. - The following two letters are exam plea of tbe many received which show the cooperation with which the promo tion committee is meeting in its adver tising campaign: ' - . ; 1 . The Missouri Pacrflo Kailway Com pany, St. Louis,' Iron Mountain & Southern Kailway Co, ' Ktl Louw, April 2Hth, 1914. Mr. H. P. '-Wood, D'rrector the Ha waii Promotion Committee, Ho nolulu, Hawaii: ';'.'.. - ' 'Dear HirI have your favor of recent - date, 1 requesting that We ilesignate Saturday, August 13th, 1014, as Hawaiian Pineapple Day, and direct 'our dining car stewards to head their menus accordingly and to include in each bill of fare that day some eourte in which Ha waiian pineapple is served. ' ' I11 reply take pleasure in advis lug that we will be very glad In deed to comply with your request. With best wlshea for your Com mittee and for the Territory of Ha waii, I am, very truly yours, (Sig.) J. O. HOLLENHKCK, ' General Passenger Agent.. Superintendent Dining Cars. Couipagnis Gcuoral Transatlantiquo Freuch Lino, New York-Havre-Paris. New York, May 1st, 1 1 4. Mr. H. J. Wood, The Hawaii i'ry. .motion ( nminittco, JIouolulu, lia : waii: . J. " Dear Sir: I have duly renclvml your b'ttcr reiiiiextiiig that give instructions to bavo the Hawniian Pineapple Day relcbfafed ou J osrd opr Mteamers ut sea, 011 tho dr !o of AiigUHt 15th. I am very hnppy to comply with your -request in th's clrcuinHtance, aud will do all that ia necessary to . head our. priutod mouus for that with .1 ' ' W, W. WcDQBffall Takeu trom Strpfr, 'o Trial for At- , ficVlpg Vonng Girl. ' ';.: v(f '-.r . . , ' ' .' Cfiarge with atct to commit a most dastardly crime on the person of a lit tle girl' whoso ago it given as' four year and four months, W. N. McDou gall was yesterday taken in -charge by J anthiil Harry ii. Holt aboard oe steamer Ventura when tho Vessel en tered the harbor on its trip from Aus tralia to San Francisco, via AmerU-aa f-'Smoa and Honolulu. Shortly , 'after Ward the man was served with a war rant of arrest issued by Commintioner George A. Davis and sworn to by Dis trict Attorney Jeff MrCarn. " ' MeDougall's bond was first fixed at $"j(M, but during the afternoon was re duced to $1500, the man being allowed his' freedom when he furnished a bond with the Nationnl Surety Company as surety, through the Hawaiian . Trust Company. Under the conditions of the bond, McDougall is to remain In Hono lulu until his case is disposed of by tbe federal court. -,' " ' During the afternoon Marshal Holt served a subpeena on William ( opeland, (leorge Dawson, Arthur Chlcotte.' Wil liam Works and Dr. II. II. Montgomery, aboard the steamer Ventura, for their appearance as witnesses before tho com misnioncr on Monday afternoon at two o'clock, but it was derided later to have the rase go over entirely' until June 15 when the Ventura will again be at this port on its return trip to Australia.' The witnesses are cmuloved aboard the steamer and it is felt that they will all be still with the vessel on its return. - Attorney M. r. Prosser is representing tbe defendant. ,. The allegations in the case. are that on April jo, two days arter the Ven tura left Honolulu for Australia. Me Poiisall made the dastardly attempt be is charged, with. The little girl is 1 harlotle Heine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredencn Heine, late of Magdo burg, Germany, who were fellow-pas senders on tbe steamer, on thoir way to Oerman Samoa.' Capt. John. Colwell of the steamer Ventura had McDongall placed under nrrest and confined during me rest of the trip to Tutuila and, on arrival at Pago Pngo, tho capital of American Pamo, the prisoner was turn ed over tp Governor ('. D. Stearns, who succeeded Admiral (.'. J. T. Moore, now of Honolulu', .as Governor of Amer ican Samoa.v Mrlougnll was held thorW until the return of the Ventura'1, from Australia.,. He was committed by Judge Alexander Stronach of the High Court of American Samoa! for tricl before the United States District Court in Hono lulu. V ,it Governor tea r,jit on a pry 24 received 0 cable ' menage1 from Secretary of the K oa-?? Joseph us Daniels to deliver Mc. Doiigal twine United States ma-rKhal at Honolulu' for trial before tho district court here. There was considers!;!" correspond enee in the case received here veterday by both UnJfed States Marshal'tlolt and District Attorney McC'ara. - Among tbe papors was the original warrant of ar rest served on 'McDoiigslI at SumoaJ A letter wrltfen by Jndgo Stronach state that McDougall claimed he 'was a citi- xen of New Zealand, but that papers found on him proved otherwise, for "he is really a citizen of the ITnited States mown ny cenmc-Bie rn Ills 0Hes' ion," writes Judge Stronach. ' Governor Stearns Wrote to' Marshal Holt that ho was sending, under guard of 'J. Corner, chief machinist's mute, United States Navy, and a draft of men, one W. .. McDougall. charge with tho crime of rape aad lent tn lln nplulu for triul in th Unjted States district court." ." Vhen Marshal Holt boarded the Ventura yesterday mornina ho found that beside M(-Iougalf Jpruer and two guards, who arc returning to the Cuitei places, nail uixo in rnarge a priKoner wnora tney win doliytr to tho author Ittes of Sp tjunutin, fhe Statp's irion in Califoruia. -, McDougall n San Franciscau and n contractiig carpenter. He was on his way to Australia when placed under ar rest aboard the Ventura. Jhe man is sajii to nave 111 bis possession many let terg from iirouiinout Son Francisco busi ness pcope, who vouch for his reputa tlon aud profesKioqal ability. Ho is re puted to be a man ' qf ronsidernble means.' FriedrU'h Heine, his wife and the lit tie daughter, 'barlotto, are now a Apia, the capital of German Samoa, It is understood that District Attorney Mei:arn will endeavor to get into cable cpmmunicalion with them in an rllort to have them here wbun the case romes up next pioiith before Comitiinsi(iniir (jeorgo A. Davu tor a prolimisary hear ing. --.v. This rate w as first brought, to the lit tention of I'niteit States Marshal Holt through Admiral C. B. T. Moore. Unitei States naval commanilant. in Honolulu on' Monday. The admiral received ra I'.leil news trim (lovornor Stearns and Ihen toolr the subject up with the local federal authorities. ; Sjnce Monday the orlirials have worked on the case, the meaguriieKs or the information at band then, giving I hem considerable perplex Jty, tho biggcht question to their mind at the time being the question of juris diction. With the arrival of tho Ven tura ysaterduy all these quotition were apparently Kelt led. to the ratisfaetion of nil concerned aud the warrant was made out and eeAed as stated above. date "Hawaiian Pineapple' Day." Very trnly yours, . (SgO.) Agent. -' A '-communication'- was - read from Jauics 'Carey, who js Starring with a Itswuiisu show in J,o)idoii, in whiclf he stated the Hiii'iets that his company was meeting. Joshua D. Hammond, formerly man ager of the famous "Tent City" at Coronndo, Ciiliforula,' reported ' to the prbuiotioii eninmittoe that lie has made a careful investigation iuto the possi bilities of establishing such a project iu Honolulu and was favorably impress ed with tho prospects. 'AFTER RELATIVES Elteriff JarVett Receive. Letin IjKjnirin for Men Suppose 4 to Be ia Boaolulv. That Sheriff Jarrett hns worries aside from attending to the cares and trials of the lo.al public is evidenced by the tallowing letters received in yesterday's mail. Although the descriptions of the parties sought for are vague and luc om- plete, still, tbe sheriff thought tbnt by publishing the missives they might be read by someone wbe could furnish a clue as to the whereabouts of the two aought-for young men and who in tutn would communicate therr knowledge to police headquarters' in order that the information so obtained rould be trans mitted to ihe respective inquirers.' Fol lowing are copies of tbo letters received by Sheriff Jarrett: Philu., May 3rd, 1014. Chief of Police, Honolulu, Hawaii:, Dear Sir: I am sending a letter , ' addressed to Mr. Forrest of llono r lulu, 1 do not know hi address but - it is in the city. 1 am tbe wife of b:a son, Frank, who has died here ' ; in Philadelphia, and 1 am left with , a little daughter. I have just learn ed that his father, Mr. Forrest, was ' very anxious to learn from me and my child. Will you kindly try and , find him and deliver this letter ad- ' dressed in Jour rare to him for , he had a sister who died and left three children bark there and bo also has a married brother there. . Hoping you Can find him and thank ing you ia advance. ' I remain resectfullv, " . MBS. MINNIE FOR BEST, ;. C08 North Seventh St., Philadelphia Care Mrs. John Toe. Failing ia the attempt to locate Mor rison, tbe following letter was turned over to Sheriff Jarrett for further in vestigation by . the local lodge of l-egles: ".,'''. . Victoria, B. C, May 13, 1J14. , . Bccrethry Eagles Lodge, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: . , 1 Dear Sin Find enclosed a letter . to my son, T. II. Morrison, whom I have not heard from ' for . two months. His last letter stated that ',- ho was working as a cashier in a restaurant and that he got the job through the F.agles Lodge, of whom he is a member. I am very anxious about him as he has always been i"Vry'uJ)rompt about writing me. ' .Wish Von' would kindly locate blui and give him this letter! If you ' "fail -to locate him in four or five ""'flily, please put this letter in an other envelope and address back bo me, and you will greatly oblige. . MRS. M. B. MOHHJSON, Arrowhead, British Columbia, ' t I - "t S.'if ' " : - McADOf BARRED FROM f CABLET BY MARRI4QE "MaBON,1 Pebnsylvania, Msy"'7. The. gharou Herald today publuibed a story "ihat " Secretary 'of the Tra'asnj-y VjUiani McAdop is to resign to beepme pnit(asadpr to France, and Congress man Uthell Palmer pf Pennsylva nia is to receive tbe appointment to thn cabinet position. The story is as fol lows:'" -r :; - ', ' ' ''It's a time-honored custom that no immediate member of 'the President's family can bold a position in the eabi net.' Seeretarv of tha ' Trnamirv Kfe. Ad oo, it is said, will rolinqujsh bis po sition in the cabinet. ' 1 r ' ' "There is a well-founded story In the capital that McAdoo is slnted for the ambassadorship to France. Men close to the 'administration say Con gressman 'A. Mitchell Palmer' has the best chance of succeeding IdcAdoo. " r ' It i.'j: EXPLANATION BY BRYAN ACCEPTED BY HUERTA WASHINGTON, May 15. (By As 0iteil Press Cable) Secretary of State Bryan announce that President Jluerja is satisfied with the explana tion mills hv th Unitml Sfntn r. gnrding the Lobos Island incident, in which it became necessary- for Ityar Admiral Mayo to take charge of the lighthouse. ; WASHINGTON, May IX (Ry Aliso- ciated rers IfDle) it baa been de cided that there will be no demonstra tiou upon the arrival of Col. Theodore lfoosevelt from his tour . of South America. The poor condition of health of the former President Is given as the roa- hoii for omitting a public receptnn. i t m i, n ''''.''":'' ''"'. According to a wireless message to tho afternoon paper, Supervisor V John A. Kealpba was arrested in Hilo yesterday niorning jtutt as ho was about to board the steamer Maunu Kra for- Honolulu. Kra- K loha is 'raid to l)ave expected his jlk arrest since tho '.supreme court ovcrrnleil the exrejtiona In bis ap- peal. He is also said to have stated that be had Wirelessed At torney Cluudiur II. McHrido, who has represented him and who is a now iu Honolulu, to note an appeal to the United States Supreme Court' on a constitutional point. Mcllrlile -'admitted --yesterday that he had received such a wire- less, lie did not seem Inclined to pursue the course indicated by his client. He was of tho opiniou, however, that ho would niako ohie other legal fight to keep his client from goiug' behind prison bars to serve the aenteuce of two years' imprisonment uieted out to Kealuhu in Hilo by the circuit court on a charge of embezzling county funds. - According to Mc- Hri(Je, the fight has just begun, but tbe nature of tbe efforts to be made pit behalf ot Uie convicted supervisor the attorney would not SUV. ' PROPY L- 0. ' BLACKMAIL- " A. Principal of Honolulu School for Eoy Appointed to Succeed .'.''-, , E. W. Sutton. ' Prof. Leopold G. Blaekman, principal of trie Uonotnin School for Boys,' of Kaimuki, was yesterday appointed by Governor Pinkaam as a member of the hoard of commissioner of pub!ie ifa strurtioa' of tbo Territory in place of r,,1 v.' Button,' wbose-rssignation.' ten dered some time ago was accepted yes terday by the Governor. ',, ' - : ' i ne noara or commissioners of nuo- lic infraction, 'as now constituted, if msdeun as follows: Mrs. 'Theodore Richards and Vrof. L. 0. Blaekman representing Oahu; Mrs: B. D. Bond and William II. Smith, Hawaii; David C, Lindsay,1 Maui; T: " Brandt, Kauai. Henry Ws Is worth Kinney, superintend ent of public' instruction, is chairman, ex-oflirio, of the board. v .. - Further changes are .expected shortly in tne -personnel Of the board, as Com misHlohcr T. Branilt of Kauai and Com miarioner William H. Smith of Hawaii have tendered "their" resignations t Governor Pinkham. " Mr? Brandt, it is bodemood, will go into 'politic st the coming election, t a candidate for en pervisor of Kauai or for the house of representatives.' 'It Is ' believed that Superintendent Kinnev during his tires rnt ofllcial visit to Kanal will; look over the field and recommend some suit able person to the Governor as a sue cessor to Commissioner Brandt. 'Although Commissioner William II, Slnith of Hilo has tendered his resigna tion, it is believed that efforts have Keen made to bave him withdraw It. Mr. -Smith is a highly 'educated ' man apd friends of tho department,' trree- pective ot party amliations, feel ths he should remain as a commissioner. is known Jhat by the last mall to Hilo there went' a letter from A high terri torial" ofllcial snTfing' Mr. Smith'' to re consider his action and. to continue on the board. ' '""" " ' : ' . ." ' . : Qeori Moriajty ayi Hawaiian lias, Bender That If Im possible to 9it. Johnny 'Williams, ' of ihe Detroit Club, has invented a Curve which ha has not namel, say Sporting Life, but which bear a closer resemblHuee t Eddie Summer' famous knuckle brill than any cvrve yet shown by a IMrni; pitcher. ' Williams found this delivery when pitching ' in the Pacific Const1 League Inst season and he used H al most exclusively when hi arm tiroil or' bocanie sore from work at the other forms.' poring the "latter, part nf.tr.e season he depended upon it almost en tirely and be say he ha yet to find a bat tor who cap bit with ay degree of suceoaa when opposing it. The curye s throw off the thumb ud first two fingers, Williams holding the ball rather tightly with the" tips of lis finger. yhen thrown 'from '-an' overhand deliv ery ihq'b)l fake -a sudHen dirt and rut across the batter's ' knees; when thrown from the sido if swings out'nJ down aad .bears a tesemblance to a break taken by Mathewson's fade away; only Jt is very mush sharper. Oo(irge Moriarty says It Is practicsfly mpotub)a tp h't hi delivery- when the pitcher ia working right nd h ia on of the veterans who is coaching Wil liam along into ths more extensiye use of if. .-1. . ' TOKIO, Japan, May 15. (By Asso ciate Press Cable) An increase id the national dofenses and a corresponding decrease In national, loans for th de velopment of commerce Is announeei) as the policy of Count Okuiua, premjejr of the new cabinet' . . - '. i i ',- ' . - - . " ' ; -.. . ;-.' s Tbe Maul .shippers wharf - com- mi t tee has prnsented' a now auto- s mobile to the Territorial Board of Health, i)r, J. 8. B. Pratf publicly announced this gift at the meeting of th board yester- day afternoon and a vot of thanks .was toadored th - "Mali I committer therefor. Th new ma- it chine is for the nse of. the terri- torial sanitary inector on that Island.- - - . " : -'. . . ) The Maui shipper' wharf om- niittee 'also offerod to asstst'tho f board in its antituberculosis earn- s paign , by givfng spaca at th ' Maul iletontion ramp for some Of f the serious oversow ease for which there is now no room In the government hospitals, The plan- rations on Maui have also assured lir.'. l'TBtt that tbey will ro-opec rate with the bourd ia its control ) work iu tbe handling of this dread (lisitase. .-.',' '-' ' ' ,' i. No other business of Importance was transacted, the meeting lining ibcvoted to the routian and do- tails of pulilio health control. Vr. J. S. H. Pratt, O. It. Carter, I. M. Sialuback, O. K. Keller, K- liokalani ami C, J. Campbell were present at tbe session. ItiI Peers Unable to Reach Decision in Now Famous Conspiracy Case" . Vote Seven to Jive for Convic tionDistrict Attorney McCara .Waxes Bitter in Closing Argu ' ment. ' v '' , ' (Prom Saturday Advertiser.) . At half-past seven o'clock last night the jury which tried the Sylvester crim inal eonspiacy ease, after having been out since tea minute to twelv o'clock yesterday morning,' reported a dis agreement to Judgo Charles F. demons ia-tho federal court. A mistrial was iVntered and the jury1 discharged.'. The trial jurors of the court were all ex cased until Wednesday morning, when (her cases will la called for triaL Alonxo Oartley. who waa foreman of the jury in the Sylvester rase, was ex cused until notified to appear for serv ice agaia. "-'.'' The jury I said to have stood seven to Sve, the majority being for convic tion. This was learned last night from several sooreva. Upon . convening of the court yesterday morning tho in structions on behalf of th court, prose cution and defense were given to the jury. Assistant District Attorney ' J. W. Thompson, who followed ths rase throughout, made the opening address to the jury. He was quite lengthy, and spoke generally on the alleged htiooim nrss of the crime charged against tho defendants, Freeman Sylvester and his wife, formerly Mr. Adolph Jius-maun, a widow.;'-.. Safer to Oil Troubles. Attorney Claudius H. McUride male a Short statement to the jury, in which he said that he did not care to niuko aa address, since he had perfect confi dence in tho personnel of 'the jury. When Distriet Attorney McCarn aroiu to close for the government, McHrido objected, on the ground that he boil refrained from addressing the jury. It was held, however, that his few re marks had constituted an address, and Which had left the. way clear for tho prosecution to. Wane. It Nuld bivo teen different bad Meride announced to th court that be submitted the raso to th jury without argument, it was held. r1 ';,,,, ..... " Taking for his theme. "Confidence," District Attorney McCarn spoko at eon- ' siderable length on the general aspect of the case, the, wiitaWe and tho ac tion of the attorney for the defense. Tie paid his compliments in no oncer tain' Vnanner to Attorney Claudius II. McBrlcIe, His feelings, which had been pt'nt up for many day found expreH slpu in a' torrent of eloquence which many present thought 'was damaging to the defenae. ' ' Referring to topic of recent history around the federal court, which to a j this ease, Mr. McCarn touched point- large extent nave na a bearing on etly on what ho claim to bn the effoiti which are being mdo to rid the Terri tory of hi presence.' -' , :, poof jrot rear "Dovlia." ' 'I rvill be here fighting against vio lations of the Unitei States laws and defendiug your children, despite all the assaults and territorial indictment," sid the district attorney with consid erable beat , and evident" pasion. ',' There are pot enough devil in hell or Hilo to stop me. Until I am prove! vaworthy of the trust given into my IWg I ilf be here fighting." ... No statement 'was made last night hj Ih prosecution whether it would imibf oa a second (rial of the care. Th J,riJ has Ceen an expensive one, 6oe half of tbo population of Klejo leo road, familiarly known as Mud aae, ia Hilo, having beon s-pimoned by th prosecution and many oi o,- wit uesse appearing for thi lonmi. In witness fee nd milcag ajone tb csso is understood to have tot r ieu dollars and thirty cert ijioir the latter amount baia' f j;acil the fund placed recently rt tb7. 'd's"'ial of Marshal Harry. II.- ilolt by l!i do partmepj of justice at Washington for witnes fret and- mjleSge. The trial of the case began H 'May' 4 and went on 'doily, 'morning and afternoon ses sions, txrept on' last Saturday and Suit dy. until yesterday, nben the end was reai'heij finuly. Tbe jury which beard the' ease was as follows: 7 Alonxo' Gartley (foreman), George R. Humphrey, rvoly I. Shaw, B. -W,:; Atkinson, Charles P. Osborno, .laiUe Kennedy, George T. Kluegol, II. Akon, ., Williaj M. Graham, Jacob" Lndo, B. Tarpley and Harold K. Castle, - ' .'. " . . ... ?:. '. , :. V,' : .' , Ha-k-kt4i(iir4i4iiai .- T'".' i ' ' ' , t ' NAl'LES, lti!y, May Ifl. (As- taociaUd Pre by Ff U-rst Wire- leu") Mount Vesuvius . in again active. Column of vapor and touguea of flame are issuing froni the crater. Mount Ktna a'so con- tinucs 'la eruption. Eurth quake shock cootiunr with alarming fro- t quency, Kesideuts In the vic inity are fleeing to rlaces of suety, In the region of Mount Ktna the peo- f pie are still panio-atrickon becauie of the heavy toll of life and prop- erty takca by the sudden eruption of Etua several days ago. , ' PILES CURED irt 6 TO 14 OAYS. IvA0 OINTMENT i guaranteed ia cur any case of hchinjj, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded.- Marie by PARiS MEDIClAC CO., kiut Louia U.f of A. . ' , ; .