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BE ALLOWED '
President Wilson IlHllc.ltos Tlint
policy of United States May Be
to Bring Amoricans from Troub.
led Country and Allow Warring
Factions to Fight It Out
WASHINGTON, August .1.
to Tiic Advertiser) It became known
today that the President, in conference
with the incuilcrs of the iiouc military
committee yesterday, hail discouraged
the idea of making reparations for
organizing a volunteer arm. t
Secretary Hrjan's request for an ap
proprintioii of $11)0,01)0 with which to
transport the destitute Americana from
Mexico in emergencies has developed a
feeJiat; in olhcial circles tint the Ameil
can government would endeavor in any
crisis in Mexico to remove Americans
expeditiously lrom the troublo zones.
This procedure, it ii felt( will minimize
the chances for international dilllculty,
and any destruction of property would
bo cared for through Indemnification.
There is every indication, incidentally,
that the Wilson administration will
pursue a vigorous policy toward recovering
damages to foreign property in
With Americans out of Mexico, or nt
any rale those parts where chaos may
develop, the United States government
Mould feel les responsibility for tho
progress of events there, and would
nrsumo the role of nn observer rather
than a participant, the latter position
being one which, despite strong eirorts
from many quarters, Wilson will not
countenance. Ho has novor allowed the
thought of armed intervention to enter
his consideration of a solution for tho
Mexican problem, but, pn tho other
hand, his efforts in working out n
jolicy for the American government in
this mf ituation and thoso like It in tho
future arc directed toward n peaceful
llopo that the Mexico factions will
agree on n provisional President to succeed
Ilticria still prevails here. Do la
Barra is strongly mentioned. The.
however, aro making re-prated
representations that if permitted
to obtain arms on an equality with the
Hticrtn government they would soon
tntimph nni restoro thu country to
With the idea of obtaining first hand
Information about flio situation, ami
specially in timhcctinn with the pleas
being made to lift tho embargo, the
senate foreign committee has determined
to permit a nnmbor of persons
representing the factions in Mexico to
appear before it.
Action Follows Dismissal of Lieu-
tenant Atkinson for Trampling
SASKATCHEWAN, August 3.
("penal to The Advertiser) As tho
t"0"1' of tic (lag incident I'ridny, In
which the flag was trampled
in tho dust b Canadian militia, all of.
ficers, of the Ono Hundred and Sixtieth
lusilicrs hae resigneil. Their notion
ionics as a direct result of tho dismissal
from the regiment of Lieutenant At.
kinsnn, lender of tho liuglo Hand, who
broke rauks to grab tho ling from tho
bands of a joung Ainericnn woman.
The ofliccrs declared tonight that
they will take tho caso before tho lm-p
rial parliament in London.
According to Lieutenant Atkinson,
bo was slapped deliberately in tlm face
with the Hag by tho voting woman.
Tho lady slapped mo in tho fine no
less than three times before I took any
notice of it," he declared tonight. "I
then lirokej ranks and threw tho flag
on the ground. I regarded tho action
as a dehberato insult to tho uniform of
t ho 1 usiliers and 1 would do the. samo
thing over again if the ocensiou offered."
ty rederal Wireless Telegraph.)
.ST. I'KTKKSHntd, August 3.
to The Ad ertiser) Tho Hussliin
minister of the interior is credited today
by tho .ooo Vreiuu with tho
intention ol permitting the Holv Synod
to proclaim the Haptists as !a sect
especially harmful to the state." mid
therefore not ebgiblo for registration
ami not posfessing tho right of liberty
of worship. The action of tho
is attributed by the newspapers
to resent the refusal of tho Ilaptlsts to
tako the military oath.
(Hy Vederal vueles Telegraph.)
August 3. (Special
tj Tho stormed
tlm senate the surtrugists who aro bero
hao decided to lay siego to Washing,
ton. the women aro engaged in holding
street minitings in tho hope of converting
M.U Hslen Todd of C'liicngo nnd Sail
J MIm .IPMunetto Ilaiikln of
lairforuiH, Ml., (jltindowor Lmiiis of
llo.tou n.,,1 tl,Pr t,aalr uro i.oi.ii,,,.
With dny mid eNcuing moling, uu the
IIBHhtLKV, uuu.t 3 (SfMlnl to
Tht. A4erl.M,, tl.i fcl nip ;pfi ti...
ItUillU Ubormoiv on the eaiiiniW of (ill.
i n ' 'rl, UlffHra Wli to
rui;i, J )'. n l,t l.for. b.rMautb
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Hawaiian c;.Bf.& tuidw. mhit s.
MAN WHO MAY YDT
BRING PBAOE TO MEXICO
1 i JrffSsi
LEON DE LA BARRA,
Now stiongly mentioned ns Provisional
President to succeed liuertn in
Department of Agriculture at
Washington Said to Have
Made Offer for Services.
(Mall Special to Tho Advertiser.)
WAILUKL", August 2. Dr. L. V.
Wilcox, director of the Experiment
Station, visited Maui tho first of tho
week nnd on last Sunday addressed tho
homesteaders nt Haiku on tho benefits
In bo dericd fiom cooperation. On
Monday ho rodo to Nnhlku to inspect
tho conditions of tho rubber Industry.
Doctor Wilcox, it is suld. was recent
ly offered u very important position in
wnfTs ? siHisiBB
DR. E. V. WILCOX
Director of Agricultural Lxppiimoiit
Station of Territory, reported io
han ntrer fiom Wnsbingtou.
tho Department of Agriculturo nt
Washington, but declined to accept It,
j'leferring to continuo in tho Territory
in tho work which so greatly interests
It is understood tho nld of Tloctor
Wilcox was desired by llio present
of agriculturo in eonuectioii with
tho organization of a, great inurkcting
system, which contemplatci nmoh
other things, tlie siippljiug of murkot
reports to fanners over tho country,
through a hvstem similar to that now-used
by tho weather bureau.
(Hy I'edertil Wireless Telegraph.)
ST. Lot'!5, Aumist 3. (Special to
The Ail i ertiser) Antlionv Mntre. nn.
tional tecretary of'tlio American Ted-oration
of Catholic Societies, toOay
gave out tho program for tho twelfth
national convention of tho federation
to bo held in Milwaukee August 10
io 1 1.
During tho convention a nntional
Catholic lenguo for vtomen will be organized
nnd steps will be taken for
tho formntinn of hii international Catholic
federation in which tho federations
of Ireland, Kngl.ind, (lennany,
l'rnnce, Italy, Austria, Ilelgiiim, Canada
and South America will tin represented.
(Hy Tedernl Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, August to
Tho Advertiser) King llcorgo today
smorely lectured hi. sou, t'.io I'rlnco
rf Wales, by cable. It was all beeauso
tho Prim e kiuiiviI a proniiiwory noto
whirli the lung had tu pay.
Sir Frederick I'ousuliliy, equeiry to
tlm liii(. leurned at tho (loodwpod
inc from a imuuber of the
(Inn of Tiitti'lMlU, whlrli rinidiicts tlm
IhKIIhk hi"I auction rooms, that ), hold
a proiiiis.uri not for tStom eiolumud
l the I'rims, nho Mil. aiurUc'li inr
c Id lal .Inn. The note Mas drann bv
ilHJor Him i.i ii, , fncn.l of l.or.1 Cur.
rlugliiii, nni hii anil Ini'l ant
Imu in' i
KIiik i.ei.ii, mi laueli cii'ltHil
Bud nlili'ii'.i ib. tu)iay tlie
iiut, Th'ii tin Kinu h I iii I'flmu,
wik k on tlu towwiL mver Io Imtk
n'inii rn t...rr !
Kfl K A U
Relatives of Estranged Couple
$ Reconciliation Is Ef?
fecd .Son Joso Dentis
Wlio Was Arrested With Nurse
in Honolulu Is Forgiven.
(Hy I'edernl Wireless Telegraph',)
HAN .IOSK, August 3. (Special to
The Ad ertiser) Their triost Intimate.
friends In this city wcro gratefully sur
15 H " 'iiiiupiniut nil) 1'iobublylif mvn i, 'lorijawnu
nrlsn.l In,!,,.. 1 f 1 1. liujl'ir'.. '"-" '""";' " " '""''
ii .( r ii r T ir '"'"w"
lifl ' v. .iiliniiiil u't - -
Mifdreth Spencer Iliirtman throuch the
nimonticemcnt that they had left to
spend tho summer at tho Spencer cottage.
Tho members of both families haVo
been eudeaoring to bring about a rjv
cuncniauon ever since ton return
Weeks ago of Doctor llnrtmnn
vKfrom Honolulu, whpre ho was stopped
fon n voyage, from hero as ho was clon
ing to Australia with n nurse.
A charge of nbandpnment dismissed
SACItAMUNTO, August 4.
(Ily Associated I'ress. Coble)
r l our persons aro dead, eight aro
injured, tho result of a battle
between hop (dehors and an armed
r possp north of bero yestordny,
Tliq hop picking season bas been
at Hsi height for the Wast two
weeks. Hundreds -'of laborers of
all nationalities, have been cm-
ploi'Cil in tho flolils. and ns is cus.
touinry during this sjcnVon, clnsbes
between different camps ha,v6
f curren. unicers wcro sent to
quell ono of these disturbances.
They met with resistance nnd
tho battle followed. Conditions
are now such thnf troops have
been ordered sent to tho scene.
PURDY PLODS. GUILtl,
TO ID CHARGES
(.Mail Special to Tho Advertiser.)
Hl'.p, August 2. W. N. Winly,
county supervisor of Jlamakua ilisrjqt,
has mailo a full confcsslpu admitting
lliatho has beca grafting right had
ioii;n ins disirict, and according to tho
members Of tho craft Tiroblnir commis
sion, 1'ilrdy has pleaded guilty to both
Cjiubcr.i'lemeiit and 'forgery. 'Ho has
been arrested on a charge of falsifying
government records, nnd is to bo prosecuted
on a moro tcrious charge. Ho
has resigned as supervisor, leaving a
vacancy to be lilleii by tho Governor.
Tho confession cn'mo after Purdy
nun neen ciinironieii wan lacts secured
by Commissioner Williamson. It
pears that padding ,th,o payrplls
the names of men who never osisted
is just ono feature of Purely 'a mctliols
of peculation. Ills' confession went in
to ninny iietatls of the manner in which
ho carried on his dishonest work.
(Mull Special to Tho Advertisor.)
WAILUKU, Maui, August 1. Tho
dead body of a Chinaman, badly decay,
ed but showing ovideiice that his throat
had been cut from ear to e.ir, was
found at Kula on Monday, lying in a
thicket. Deputy Sheriff Mortwn, who
was notified, decided to bury tho body
whero it was found after searching it
for somo marks, of identification.
Attempts aro being mado to
any Chineso la missing from any of
tho camps and settlements, but thcro is
lit tin hope expressed that any trnco
of tho man's history will bo discovered.
(0 IVdcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
OHICAtiO, Aughst 3.(SpoeIal to
Tho Advertiser) Miss Kitty Smith,
who is armless, mnrked her ballot with
hor foot when she voted yesterday nt
the first election held Jn JTaywood, a
hulmrb, under the now woman juiffrngb
law. Sho Is founder of a home for
crippled children and win tho first Woman
to appear at tho polls in tho second
precinct of the village.
(Hy 1'edornl Wireless Telegraph,)
WASHINGTON, August 3. (Special
to The AdycrtUer) President Wilson
bus sent birthday cree'tlncs to two Kit-
ropoiin 'mona.rchs. To the Klijg of Saxony
President 'Wilson said; ' '
"I beg Your Majesty's acceptance of
my slucero, congratulations pn this anniversary
of your birth."
Tllti following message was sent to
tho King of Greece: i ti ; u
"On this anniversary 'of Yonr tyajj
esty's birth I fxteild congratulations.''
(Hy I'ederal Wireless Telegfhidi.)
TOKIO, August 3. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) The now Amcrlcnn
to Japan, fleorgo (liltlirle,
of 1'lttsburgli, arrivocl hero today. Ho
wns met at Yokohama by tho staff of
the embassy, Thomas Snminoni, American
consul jtonoral, nri.il by n
of the American-Asiatic Assoca
tlon, ho esiprted him to this city.
' ' i . : j
I'nuik Kumie,' police Jmirol driver.
Ink tiled a complaint against rapid
transit enf 3j, witlrhls nuperlors. Ilo
tho iiiptnrman 'failed to
gle tho phllco nuitmliince the right of
vn on the di'maud of tho gong ninl
llml an iifcbli'iit was nearly the result
at the rower of Hotel h,d .Punchbowl
treU ftuliirilny The driver was
u hurry cash tu the (Juccii'.
at the Unie- Tint polltjy was r"
jj ii'y' ' ' i,iwrn,!"ii in'
Hliii rnleiltlo ultn be iiojjii n)
rtfiM of ir umlfr t( law oiiiVt
IN FREE TRADE
Ohio Senator Voices Belief in
Democratic Failure; Says
iDestincd to Drive Out
WASHINGTON, .Inly 21. Denunciation
of freo trade as a. timely policy
for the United States, a prediction of
failure in its purposes for tho
tariff bill nnd nn attack
on nn aMvnloroni tariff system, were
SSllv.V ociiaior jiuriou oi unio to-
'ttP srtltifila tr. ! .1 mlliaaln., ... ...... mn.t
in inc senate, oenntor Jiurtort declarpJ
Mic - was no worshipper of procc'tioa as
"fetish." Imt that hn atmro'Acliel
th subject o( the tariff "rather with
tlig conviction that wherrcxer there
slialOio nn era of comity and mutual
concession in trade among nations and
our country shall liavo reached a point
wtcn its productive capacity h.is Ltcn
developed fully, freo trailo might be a
rational policy." Such, he said, was
nqlrlbV case, the disposition "to
among nations am! to grant
nejejs (d markets only on rendering
concessions in return," being on the
Asserting that a policy
orjlyIs lonablo on tho theory that it
universally ciln bo aimlicd. tlm Ohio
llVPl,A ft'ltntnrit 1. n.i
nn 4 a t C.
trau;o faatlon to apply the theory in
prncyso Vlthout tho concert of other
tuitions reveals tho serious
aip' of such a position. She can have
rccouVso to' 'no othcl' means of protecting
nej irttercsta except to persuade
tllji; stli(eSnien of othe,r countries that
th'',, wit), icr.sclf, would ho better oir
uHooT' a tegimo ' of freedom In
while they, on the other hand.
U4iibnrgnjn between themselves to her
I il($a.dyflhtagp and at tho enino time
Ivtr nl.i.lliID n hnp, n.iAn nnI.nt.
furthpr declared that
tho 'pemqerata had framed a bill which
literally tijari to pieces tho fiscal policy
of tho nation fa order to satisfy tho
cravings" fir (ho lowering of tho cost
of living nnil to justify the declaration
of (her party platform that tho chief
enneo or tno mgii cost or living was
i"t in qxispng protective tarur cnactod
by the Itenubllcan nartv."
! "Tins," Sd Senator Hurton, "was
your cainpalg'n argument; this was, tho
promiiio on which you regard yonrsohc3
as iliilcfatcs1 to tear topioces (he fiscal
policy' which has been tho sheet anchor
of nearly two decades" of utiprcjcdentcd
prosperity and which is tho only guarantee
of Its continuance. You have
erected a tariff policy blind to every
consideration except tho consumer. Tho
bill wnsj frankly not framed to
capital to enter new Melds of' Industry
or- td extend thoso already estab.
liskcii; it was not devised for tho
of uniting our farmers to foclnim
new acres for cultivation: it is
ly not calculated (o enlargo tho
uinuics lor moor to nnu prontalilo employment.
Its solo justification is a.
cost of living. If it fails in this,
it fails utterly."
Tin; belief of many porsons that a
protoctlvo tariff is responsible for tho
iiigh cost of living is a delusion, the
Denounces Ad Valorem.
Denouncing; tho ad uilnrcm system
adopted In the bill as a substitute for
specific dutios, Senator liuiton declared
that it was objectionable because it
meant a heavier burden upon tho consumer
in tho periods when prices aro
highest, and a similar burden when
low; that it affords temptation for
liiul fraud, and that it
works to tlio dia'advantugo of the
American manufacturer, who must buy
taw material abroad,.
That tho pending bill could not
fulfill its mission, Senator Ilurton
declared, "is now admitted by somo
of its original .sponsors."
Ik' named Secretary KcdficM in (ills
".Mr. Kcdfield," ho added, "who was
selected for his responsible position in
(ho President's cabinet l.ocnusq ho v,ns
regarded by the President ns an cxnorr.
on tariff matters, was evidently smooth-
nig inn way lor tno ilesccut of Democratic
hopes whon ho gave out a signed
iiitenicw from whic.li I quote. After
mentioning severnl of tho eailses of tho
high cost of lixing, the secretary says:
"'I moiitioii thoso things to show-that
tariff is no cure-all. It is a step
toward removing obstacles which prevent
the freer exchango of products ot
tho farm, tho mill nnd the mino. but no
Intelligent man expects it to bo more
thnn ii step. What,- then, is tho principal
benefit arjsiug from tho tariff bill J
To mv thlnkintr It is h innrl .! ..
mental benefit.' '
CONTEST FOR -TITLE
OF OFFICIAL BEAUTY
WASHINOTON. 51) Wl.n :. n
bo tho beauty nf tlm nnw ,, ,1 ,,,!,,:., i ...i-
tlon is tho question ric) is occupying
pnicinlilonf. Mrs, Tun.tfuirton Wilson'
ias me jieiep or tno pflst
and hor place s oflioiat beautv Is
1'viug eagerly cpntcsttoA for. Horo'nre
tlm lendlug aspirants: Ms. John K.
Osborne, jfe of the assistant secretary
of state; dark eyes and hair, clear
cut features and a grnccful, slender
Mri.. Dudley Field Malonc, wlfo of
tho third assistant secretary of state;
Irish fopo, lilnck'Jialr, bluo eyes, spark-ling
with mirth and good humor.
Mrs. Timotliv Anslierrv: L'nblen lmtr.
oval contour, 'large bluo ejv nnd a
ARE YOU GOINO ON A J0URNEY7
rhanilieiluln's Cain'. Cliolprn nml
Itemrdy shnuhl lie imcke in
nur Imuil liiggng.. wheit going on n
Jiiliriii'.i chnugn of untcr, diet, and
temperature' nil lend In iiroitiirn biel
nun ins iiitlflli ejiiilint
Kfiirisl on luiarij tin tniln ur tifllnhlp,
It lUity aAKfrli mirerlng and
If yhi hayiilt Imii'h, 'rr ulc
W lloii.on, mltli i c0"j(t'l., uiii'itt
Boom in Fruit Industry
Eicpected on Valley Isle
Papains, Bapanas, Grapes and Pineapples
May Be Planted More
I. H .,
.'I to. :.ai
(Mnl! 8pe;UL.lo,T!in Ailettiscr.)
WA1LUK0, Augfitt the
tlmn papalas aro barred from' th..
mainland markets by tho federal quarantine,
although nccording to best authorities
It is extremely doubtful If
this fruit is subject to the attack of
the Mediterranean frtit fly. Tho dls'
WW 17.1 th at" the papaia trco may bo
grartoil with tlit greatest case, is
by many tq Vnark the dawn of a
most Important Industry n tho impor.
tatjon ot (hii Ihacioiii fruit into th6
mainland markets, whorp it is now
Doctor Wilcox of tad federal experiment
station believes' that' tho papaia
could bo matin' exceedingly popular on
the Coast. Ho states thai tho
process recently discovered' by tho'
Ilorldn cxpefimprtt sth'tion Is! ridic
ulously gimme, and that' It liaji bcerf
uono repeatedly nf thb Honolulu
Hy this mean"! St' Is' posslblo to
perpetnato any of tli.e grontVatlety of
strains now Is 'YQry
from seedlings. I wWa seem
to bo an c'nsr matter fi? firmtnno n
strain which would combine goo'd flavor
,""" liiuuutiiviiuiiii nrjU snijjipmp
to tho matter of thrr nresenV mmr.
nntine. Doctor "Wilcox tatcs that this
harboring tho jlreniicil pesf;. Should
the parasite which was! "recently introduced
into tho Territory 'from Africa,
ncil which Boprn'5 (ohnvp Slrfady
""'' -in-a nniupcr ot localities,
provo encncions as Is' expected,
in reducing tfio numJEr' of "friilt flics,
it will probably "be compnta(iy'cly pasy
to obtain n modlflcntion of tho
Iut the frnit whiih might do moro
for Hawaii than npy other, nccording
to Dbcto'r W'ilcox, Is thebanana. Onco
tho United Vrhjt tompahy, 'of Bomo
other corporation strong enpugh to cuter
tlm lists with tho "fruit trust," ns
this gigantip organization irflmown, enters
tho local field', tHes'o "Islands wll
not only be nblo to furjiish nn enormous
tonnage, .hut (ho fast fruit steam-era
which wH b rCqiilreil will oIro
bo thh finest kind of passengor vessels,
and tho tourist traffic, will be boomed
ns it has, novcr been hefore. 'WhftK this
time comes, Jfniil will como'into' hpr
own. Tho hundreds of sqparo "inilcs
of mountnln sides in Koolau district
110V 'covtred with jungles anil "wild
bnnnnai, will becomo ono vast banana
plantation. No place in tho Territory
is better adapted toj banana growing
than is this moist section, although
mnny tons of excellent fruit could nlso
bo grown in nlmost every kulennn in
the island which has a moderate
amount of rainfall. '
Flans That' Failed.
It is probably only a question of time
until Hawaii's possibilities as tropical
iriut producing center will bo realized.
Soveral false starts havo already been
mado in this direction. Two or three"
years ago it seemed practically assured
that tho United Fruit Company was
preparpdto"bupply it's Pacific Coast
putto from here, on thp very nattering
reports' mndp by several .rpprescritB'
tivcff'of tho cbhipany who Investigated
ctonditlons. Two vessels: ll is said, hid
been set apart for Oils service, and
had been mado for importing
a cargo' nf Hfuofield bnnann suckers
for starting planting in tho Islands.
And then for somo unknown reason
the yholr 'nttanggments wore cnllbd, off
fir inilc'fihitciy postponed. It Is bus-
pectcjj tnat tno ooutnern ti'actic nan-road,
'which now" Carrics'prantically all
?if tljo gfeaty quantity of bananas
throjiglioiu (ho weslcfii and
NnrthwesferiiStdtcs ajnl Wcstetn
for' Jhreg or four thousand miles
Irbm Xcvr prlcnns, Jtail Bompthing to
io ' in thp ma)t'df.
,' Another aboftlyp" attcmiit came abotit
a s(lt of tne passage of
yie federal quafantiun .law a few
months ago, wnifh hit so hard,
A '( cry largp firiii of Portland, Orpgoii,
wa abotit 'to' littcfupt to establish a
genrhl fruit business f (om f ho Islands.
It was thp lhte'nlion to p:it ou vessels
for this trade, and to handle not only
bananas of various varieties, but all
other, tropical fruits for which it was
believed a good market could, bo established
in the Coast cities. .
May Try drapes.
It is probable that a number of the
homesteaders In thfc Ifaiku district will
make un effort to grow grapes on their
holdings. It is bclioved that an equal,
If not superior,! grape may bo
grown on the Idwer homc.tcad lands
than 1,s' now grown in tliq Kntip,ik,nluu
district. Thnfact that groat quantities'
pf tnblp grapps are pow liujiortcil from
California umkps it likely th.at au e'f.
fort will bo made to capfuro this business
bv local horticulturists. Tho grape,
according to Dr. Wilcox, dpes not seem
to bn troubled liy flic fruit fly, and
Oppressive ,Heat' Affects Strength of pope
'"" ." ,. i & 0 Jl , J
Rome 'Heays. Rumor Tfiat Health is Failiny
(Hj Kvdernl Wirlns Telegraph.).
1J0MK, August 3. (Special to The
AdvoflUer) Thoro hnve been rumors
In Rome this week that the Pope's
health has nimlu bercuup a ciuse of
niuiety. 'I'hi" wi;t!,er u the lili'ninltf'ourtH will for tlie niiinuier ncn
fit)' has been c'M'c'iit'lontilly wiiriu
lug the bist fen- 'days mid this hn
(ill led down bin ttruiigth. Ileymul Mil'
t U not bclleii'd ' thut them Is uuv
ehauLl it provo practicable to produce
tahlc grapes itl tho Islands, n splendid
market aiin the Coast would doubtless
bo foiii'd during the soveral months of
the year between tho mainland crops.
New Fertilizer for Pines.
Tor a number of years the Ppdcrnl
Kxpcninent Station' has" been experimenting
ou fertilizers for pineapples,
with mqjt gratifying results. It Is
stated that of the many forufuljs which
hajve been tried, onp has been found
which far surpasses any oilier' thus, far
known. Tho station is taking particular
palps to mako this formula publio
ntfiong tho pineapple growers of tliq
Islands, and to instruct them in its
H POPULflO SONGS
&KATILE, July 10. Following tho
reading br a paper, "Music and Our Social
Problems,," by Miss Lucy K. Colo,
iitrfcrvisor of rnqsip1 in tho pubiic schools
of the clt)', delegates to the convention
of Teachers' Association
at Washington Anjicxl yfcsterday
pVeScnt tl(jy ptipulac songs
and 'among tmSiw askpd for a
of tho. theatrical' music nnd the
prusecuuop or music TmDlisDing liouses
who err in selling fsuggestie"
sqiigs. ill(S 'Coltf'm' licr papof igorously
attacked (he "We'csWo omr' 3,1 ,rn.
Benteil'o tho convention' 'tlio, plan'nf co-operating
with (tip National Bupjrvisors
coSfercnco or tlio I'cdfc'rSI ot Musical
.t ijiuiiij; w uuurt 10-
wat4 thq extermination'1 of Vlilgar songs
aw n definito education of tho emotional
Jifo of school children nnd
M;lsj Cole's nitiinjst, was tho feature
of thp afternoon pjpgram yesterday.
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NOOALES, Arizona, July 20. General
Alfaro Obregon, of
Sonora insurgent stato troops,, arrived today
at the border here, but delayed his
grossing into tho United States until permission
could bo secured from tho war
department nt Washington. In answer
to Ids query, General Scott, commanding
tho bbrdcr patrol, said that General
Obregon might isit a hospital bero to
rcccio treatment for a sunstroke, from
which tho Mexican commander Buffered
somfc days ago. General Scott added,
howoer, that'jio only would bo allowed
to return to Mpxicn ou iiermission of tho
department of stato.
General Obregon said ho would not
ediho to thp Arizona sido unless assured
positively of freedom to crosi back at
will. Incidentally, ho denied tho re
ported interference in the rniimMttrn nn
thp part? pf foreign corneals nt Guaymas.
Ho Bald tho withdrawal of tho state
troops under his command was only jm
iccount of thp suffering of
who ho sdltl 'were deprived if
water' by tho Fe71e,raKf ' '
GcncruT'Obrcgon expressed cinfideuce
that Washington Would not rPc'ognizo tlie
lluerta government, nnd licllcf" that tjio
bclligerqnt rights of tho Constitutionalists
soon would bo, recognized by tho
Unitpd States. '
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To Exploit Resources of tho Do-
minion at'Expositiqn Held
in January, 1814.
NKW YOUK, July II. As ft result
)f a canvass' extendng'over n Jieiod of
about six mqnths thq real cstalo brokers
mid developers of Canada repdrt that the
majority of their bitvera cilmq from the
Unitpd States. Au n conscquoJico'a com
nnny has been formed for American exhibition.
purposes1 nnd n lease fin's, been
signed, for thq use of thrf Grand (,'cntrni
f'alaco' for two nocks, beglniiliig January
At thq exhlbtlpn 11 is designed to have
represented every important community
that is bidding for tho interest of the
New York investor, while the railroad
lines also will uivo large exhibits shoeing
tho best mineral and agricultural
wealth of tho Dominion.
AH tho Canadian provinces, cltieSj
chambers of cqmmctec, boards of trade,
notei organizations and business interests
generally havo been requested tu take
ailvnntago or tho exposition and to collect
and preparp interesting exhibits.
Tills is tho first attempt 'Canada has
mado to bring itself in personal contact
ny ocular nctnonstratipn with tho New
YPfk P.Wict ulthough figures bIiow that
an, nycpigo of innro than eighteen Hundred
citizens of the UnKod States cross
the international boundary to mako their
homes In Western Canada every week.
, I'iuii C h.is lieen very busily
with drafting a now statute to
curji the unruly 8vvis guards. He will
know- tuke n rest.
I Honie time uext week the Vatican
i uoi prrmtes who nre not Un Is
Pvnttlvely rpnulrod for tlA) Vatican
dully rontlnp wl)l gq 911 u ynpntnn,
Thp 1'ohc .jiliiuelf will giyp no reception,
llu. wl. reit coiutl(jtply.
Frederick 0. Schilling of Hawa-I
iian Electric Company Narrow
ly. Escape:; JDeath Over Manoal
Precipice, Discovering Skeleton!
of Japanese Reporter Who Has!
Been Missing for Months.
(From Monday Advertiser)
When l'redcrick V. Schilling of ihel
Hnwililan Klectric Company slid sev
eral hundred feet down ono of tho
precipices yesterday morning, saving
his life only by. quick action, 'ho
landed on the broken skeleton remains
of a man who, apparently n llttlo moro
than a year ago, was cast down the
same precipico to death.
Yesterday evening, Chief McDufile,
ui 1110 iiciccuvc lone, secured enough
information tb practically convince tho
police that the remains which met the
fight of l'red Schilling in that particular
Manoq gulch nre thoso of Tomloka,
a former reporter on the Hnwnil
Tried to Climb Precipice.
Schilling was with several com.
pnnions and wjth them had been tramp-l
ing tlio lulls all morning. Schilling
commenced to climb one of tho vvprst
precipices in tho valley, although all of
them aio exlrenmlv ilnn(nrn
of them havo been tho scene of moro
thnn ono accident. Ho got part way
up when ho saw that it was not only
impossible to go farther but that it
would Do just us difficult to descend
again. Tho descent practically consisted
in dropping from one protubernnco
to nnother a'nd he fell, slightly bruised,
besido the remains of tho man who had
probably essaved the same feat, with
Hoth hips of the skeleton wero broken.
Probably that was -why tho .lann.
eso did not do as Schilling did, stand
up and vvnlk back to his friends. Ho
had apparently remained there helpless
mini 110 nan uipti lrom weakness .and
Schilling nnd his companions mm-
maged around the skeleton, which was!
I'uvoiii qj.ncsn or remains or clothing,
nrfl found a number of small metal
rrliclcs that had survived tho decay.
aheso consisted of .1 Vv'ulthnm wat"i
with tho Hawaiian coat of arms, which I
nun Bioppcu at nine o'ciolK; a
dial cnlendar with Japanese tic-
ures. a J;ey and a purso containing
Identified by Spectacles.
Kvorythlng except tho nurse ns well
ns the rqmnins of tlio narrow- belt that
ft(ll encircled tho skeleton's waist, vns
iiirneu over to tno pollco yesterday
morning. A pair of gold-rimmed spec
tacles vveio also found nnd first calle 1
tho attention of the police to Lhi .1 s-
nppcaranco of thq Japanese reporter, ni
Chief McDutlio romombcrcd that tlm
nnn had been said to have been mar-
Righted. Promlnont editors of the local
press stated laiL night,
upon hearing n description of the
that they had no doubt that, they
wero tuoso ot lamioicn.
Tomioka, with scveial eompa,nlqii9,
wandered up Tantalus eighteen
ago anil was novcr seen since His
excited tlio dapaneso .jot-
munity gieatly, and coming ns it did
upon tlio reports of n number of othor I
missing persons, tho caso causyj TJi'i"
era! Intorest. J ho unfortitnate
nciivover, was never touml and even :io
t nco of him was picked up from tha'
tiqio until Schilling fell on his remains
BRINGS BIG PRICE
(Hy i'odprnl Wifeless Telegraph.)
PAIUS,. August .1. (Special to The
Advertiser) Tlio Trench governmont
lias just Purchased for $1(10,000 a triptych
bv tho Itclgian painter, Itoger Van
Dcr Weydcn, was formerly In
llio collection of tho Duke nf Westminster
nt Grosvcnor Houso. London. Tho
work will lo placed iq the Louvre.
WESTON ENDS HIKE.
(Hy Fcdcrnl "Wireless Telegraph.)
MINNEAPOLIS, August 3. (SppiiHl
to The Advertiser) Kdjvard Pyys'on
Weston today completed bis trip of
1510 miles from Now York city hero.
LONDON, July 17. With tho social '
season on tho wane, it has developed
that a great deal of trouhlo has bpon
e.ipujienceu at vvmnsor 1 alaco among
tho cooks who cater to King Gcorgo
and tho thousand or moro porsons who
hnvo been there daily sinco tho first
court of tho season was held. King
Gcorgo and Queen Mary havo olghty
cooks nnd t has been necessary tp put
a special guard over them, to circumvent
various fdaus of tho suffragettes
to bring their canso to the attention of
their majesties, via tho kitchen.
Although it is denied, therq is a story
current in London todny that at a recent
banquet, when tlio guests finished
eating their oui, tliey found at tho
bottum of each plato a neat llttlo pirclo
of paper on which were printed tho
words "votes for women." Klnca
everyone in the kitchen (Unclaimed any
unowieiigo 01 too matter, it was impossible
to discharge) any employee
without turning off thp entiro force.
It. Victor, a Filipino, slashod a
twelve Hawaiian girl, AJa
Klnlin, ut (.no o'clock icj.terday In n
teui'tnont nt King ami Lililm street and
held in detinue nwnitlug Investigation.
According to vvltiiecses the cut
thq girl received In tho nrm was tho
result of a threatening motion but w
uut Utcutlonully delivered.
'Jl. v L j.id,