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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1915, A" If:'- 4 i- I r.:v :r."v l- .; - ; . . v.-; i t' nUMEROUS BILLS STILL AWAITING -ASSENT OR VETO Tentwne house hills were lefr.re the governor for signature as Monday morning dawned, and with only two days now remaining of the 1 !!." e Hon, the eiecutlve has Kwer to veto, by signature or by ,wketini?." with out chance of the legislature over riding the veto. Should the Sovernor decide to kill any measure before him ne can do bo by ruling to approve within the statutory 10 days, at the expiration of which time the legtsla tur will have adjourned and therefore will be, nnable to consider the execu tlve'g action. To datfe lift house bills have been signed by Governor Pinkhara. The 21 house measures now before the exec utlve this morning are as follows : H. B. 44 Relative to duties of conn iy auditors Goodness. H. B. 101 Relating to commutation ;Of punishment Lyman. H. B. 137 For the protection of ho tel keepers Brown. II. B. 235 Relating to land regis tratlon Garcia. H. B. 185 Providing close season ' for game birds Fernander. H. B. 251 Appropriating- 200 for homestead roads, in district of YVaia- nae, Oahu E. J; Crawford. H. B. 259 Relating io election proc tarnations Goodness. ' H. P. 260 To reimburse LordtYoung ' Engineering Company for" contract work on Kewalo project, Honolulu "Williamson. H. B. -262 Relating to practise ol chiropractlcs Makekau. H..B. 265- Relating to criminal pro . cedure in circuit courts Crockett K. B. 276To pay certain " claims ? against the territory Watkins. , 11. BL 288 Providing manner of re claiming -unsanitary lands Watkins. - H. B. 289-Appropriating for home stead roads In Walakea district, Hilo 1 Lyman: ,. H. B. 306 Perfecting frontage tax ; statutes Cooke. :;:.'H.". B. 307 Relating to parole of nriaonera-CJooke. ; v : I . H. B. 313 For the compilation of ' -i aterrltoTlal sanitary code Coney. 'v ;. H. B. 824 Appropriating for home ' 'v' '';' tead. roads,-through, district of Ma- iUtilurHj . $34ii-Relatfxrg to licenses, f?r ..-., : -i nsnwg. so is Williamson., i j s -.:-:;.. H.-B. 335 Relating to income taxes Witkms. ! i H- B., 335 Appropriating additional ,: 11000 for entertainment of rffTsffri- gutehed lslfors Watkins f r ' ; ' Around. the legislative halls the rn--. " mor .floated- hft ,the, governor might ' ; veto . Hwvtamoua "chlroprac n," ; -which ''.caused such- .discussion last iwk. He -fcas- given bo Indication' of , .j. Jiis .intentions .but Jthe rumor persists, nevertheless. ' "'u ;.;Vi:-" T; Vs e V, tw; c An efghtihour day in place of nine . houri for' Its" women employes will be put Into effect by the Western Union ;,rj ; Telegraph Co: 1q ; its larger; offices ' throughout the country. : Governments " of ' Bolivia, Panama, Ouatamala- amd Cuba have ! accepted - " - an Invitation ol 'the 'United States to send representatives to the fan-American financial conference in Washing- ' 'ton;. ': -: ..'':' Army worms appeared , in v large '' . numbers in Umatilla county, Oregon. , There Is no unemployed ; now tn ' any part of England. rm I rEUFKCTLY GOOD MAID 11 .( f ,: ' e-- r s- -f t : .- - :V JNSTEAD of cherishing tbe Object w like and using It most caret ul'y, mo --; if to preserve It, longest. w take the '.;-"; fuickest means to destroy ItT ' iThis trait see very, of ten, In the . relation , between ; mistress and maid. ' ; ' for example housewife . finds that -,'" 0i new -maid does beautiful ned- worn, ana. witnoui relieving ror ni ny j - Mnv. te,n pr-i-n,?! - tVtbUcioths . ' S 'f iher regular; duties," ahe tradnny rt wnr. -tiVas real Idds the ", burden of the er.tSr;fariilx.jlal,;4J.'iM.. tr hrcT;. ' tvnd t':.e the ; ' oendlnf en to her shoulders. - -'jorM'wJ:i '.t.:r'i borders Fcr lunch- . Or,, perhaps the head of the house j.y - p-f ;y, pJn- uoiliM, llcoTer that'the girl L-ons espec'.aliy ; 1, laundry now a waist, text aw ldiio- . V -site undtrbodlce, than" a CrWw od ir- ( lapa fancy couatw'an. Tln th i1. tf courwa, the girt 'h aHth 1-' r5 t. j : - 4V lltUe, lxti!X 'ah 'ic rasfc'iaV. iforu -; . i? f--vr". ',Ajk! it you W a grmd tnaldV Iiovas&'-I ' ; rtr, keep br e-rd co nt..wea c 'Sifi.'li'- !" Vt. Jt4 extra 'rrtatieiw'itV 4 " v v -. ;. -j h iwi ut ; na oDiiguig, o ; nuca -ji V ' itoratreasoa ' why! you 'aheult ; rrn- tm a& ner gooo iuu ere iia-vti ic - ; up alt hr.et pefiea .aii-. r' worti, . , , ',"';.,;-; - '';.--?,.-' Cotact erewtng wffi wos'wrt ,-' aad vsxi .y coniiuf v$trt; jo !er Mfttil yoc lure Iwf nsr er.i;-iiy. tlw.. She: be.- Ova aiM' f i.wnb enke on sutne v( nr cwaCA.lhout .woid, v.'fe dy tu Trrl dd 'the Kt cOwsan-l she IU rtbeL t lertict-Urly ft yvt t.sye oily one f. do all the Ivuework; you should girl try o cpare her aa much aa possible, ln- : tead of adding on tasfca. Just because ; ihe U good cook is no reason why I rou should hare the dining room table tonstantly surrounded by visitor. If . rou expect her to do a good deal of ,xtra elaborate cooking relieve' her of : torn other 4uty'and d not expect her a manage aU the fancy meals for vis tors and all the regular housework too. : . '?Or If 5'ou find that the girl n fond of Children dq not expect her to take your Vihlldren on with her on her afternoon r iff or to take care of them as well as - fce house while you go out This lm- position if , perhaps In more common practice tl-a a- any other. LEGISLATIVE NOTES The cufrmir has sirned iiiif hi 32T. which provides for the payment of $IL'.' a rrKnth In Captain llnri Hr tpr, thf rtpran hand leader, during I a f : Mrmiirrx rf the ho.ie of rfpresn tativew. krfcs and aHa-hs and at ending nnpapermen pa;d thetr re spect to i?rmfr Oun lliiiokalani at Washinatcn plare todav. Speaker J 11 ' Holstein acted in speaking f'r Ihr members of the house, i My the unanimous vote of those senators present, one bHnc bcent hoMKe concurrent resolution me mrrializing Congress for statehood n Mawii, was pasHd in the tipper home Saturday The renolution is similar to one drawn by Senator A. L. Castle. in 131 1. J Following a lengthy debate, during' uhich sever'l f the members voiced ' their disai pr-jvl of the homestead! laws as pertain to Hawaii, senate eon current resolution U was tabled in the senate Saturday. The resolution was to memorialize Congress to amend the Organic Act relative to the publir lands of the territory. That there is a moral obligation on the part of someone to pay H. Kishi about $12,000 for meals furnished ter ritorial immigrants, was the consensus of oj inion in the senate Saturday dur ing a discussion of the bill. Attorney general Stainback said he did not be lieve the territory ws obliged to pay for food consumed by immigrants for whem the federal government was re sponsible while they were in quaran tine. The matter may have. to b set tied in the courts, he added. SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION IN SENATE The r.cnate on Saturday, afternoon passed the followfrig bills on third reading: House bill 2SS. relating to the sani tary condition of lands. House bill 320, relating to the parole of prisoners. Hcuse bill 333, relating to the pow ers of the supervisors of the city and county of Honolulu. House bill 34o, relating to the en forcement of the payment of taxes. House bill 345. was passed on sec on d reading and referred to the ways and means committee. - 1 I i s 1 tri lit 1 r . t 1 j mm I p i! ; f-l .-t.t, if -yti i - 1 i 1 . f r 1 r , : - j ' Wi s;:;i- Loolt Carefully After Your Linens , housewife looks carefully nens At this time of year. She can fil. i no end of bargains if slie .read' the'i'iaday . jidyetClsetnents' and ''"has hwii supply so i In2 m'lnH tlstt s1evkVovri jnst Avliat he Wants :e Vjyc ' It lx a' very rarfg tbiiig. but llnen ha v 'c . - Mr:jr f "all gotrig to Be her. To'a rer knew rc-ur napkins needed pep'.er.lshing vtmti' .!st wek. nxiS . tliJ .- fc a?:d leVM, yov.r tabierloth.4 .;r In-Tvr ff renlitlonu i y. RENAISSANCE TfERT little linen and much handmade aissance lace cover. a round cover. ' i.m nnrnr 4 Th - la rn T'lfh.!" deal bt r Droves a u It e effective for ! AUTO BILL FROM HOUSE ADVANCES WITH SENATORS - the rf:,n of a h-mii- thi; morn inr, at which '"ere present members of the II mol'ilu Automobile Club and board of supervisors, the military torn mittee of the sem will rejmrt reeoni mendins the passage of House Rill ;'J1. on the regulation of antmohilps in the territory. President .1. I.. MrLean and James Pratt n fhe automobile club and Su pervisors Hcllineer and Horner spoke n the bill. Although they declared themselves to be opposed to certain portions of the bill, in that tkey mizht interfere with the regulation of auto mobiles as laid down in the ordinance "ssed by the board of supervisors, yet they expressed themselves as be. I ing favorable toward the bill, taking the stand that, as a law. it would be better than no legislation at all. According to Senator Coke, the dis position of the committee points to a favorable recommendation of its pis sage. It is likely, however, that the measure will be met with opposition by certain members of the senate. Farewell Given the E. Palmers. LIHUR Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hop per gave a farewell party to Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer last Wednesday even ly. 9 1 .1 : 1 rr, - - - 1 All had a most enjoyable time, the af. fair coming to a close about midnight. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. P3lmer. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. T. Purvis. Mr and Mrs. Hnef. Mr. and Mrs. W. . Stewart. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. C.lalsver. Mr.' and Mrs. C. W. Win das, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan. B. do Ianey and others. Thursday Hogg" gave afternoon Mrs. John a tea in honor of Mrs. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer left in the Kinau Saturday night for Honolulu, on their way to their old home at Co- flumbus, Ohio, where they expect to remain. Garden Island, S Wedding on Kauai. There was a bijc wedding in Koloa Sunday, the contracting parties being Miss Shandrina Silva daughter ot the steam plow engineer j by that name, and Henry Peredra steada: The wedding took! the Catholic churchi at -10' a. 1 o'clock in the afternoon' reception washeM-at the residence of the. bride's 'parents Mrs. Frank Souza was bridesoVald and Mariadq' Rbbelio oniaatea ;as bpsi man. svnioug me large-f number' prefeenlt at' the1' ree'ep tion were M. ' an Mrt1. 'Ji t'Silva', arrst Oundersbn.-bX EIeele, MV."and Mrs.' f J.J Teres aetfi Mr, and Mrs. Herman Busch- 6f-? Koloal-afdent ' Sman Stellar had'always'iTn nigh shoes but she had long"' desired a! atr of slippers- lltfe those her older Ulster wore.. "Mamma "i she qderiel one'day, ."when.my 8hoesMre worn put can't l have a pair of low-necked $bdes'! like Little Lola had- been censured tor some mischief she had .been engaged in. After thinking it over for some time .she exclaimed. "Oh. I do wish I had a baby brother!" "Why do you wish that?" '"Cause." she replied. and for dinner a big round or square luncheon cloth Is used, being also a dinner cloth. Of,. course, a great may . women still continue to use tablecloths. and to have 'silencers". (under. them for every meaj. and t lir"avvfiye continue to 9 so. Mil the y.-Jir.g housekeepers living In jtpf aD"c:ftrters of aoartment. hoiisei sma have Earned to make as Jlttie' work as po?iiMa, tr.d jflnd the small cloths much ej'.er ifiput on and remove, f ? It wovld do you ooc! to see some fit the lovely hirirn.?On cloths. fany: of .henv lae fdi;ed.' lha? are iVwa In the sh6p at' red.t-d prices inly. Bvery ifomitn rv fust such 1 prtty Jthen, TT.1 fhiT ts .vn:n:y the tlmo bf yeal tc et !i. - TABLE COVER lace distinguish this handsome ren- 06, H s tztetn :.'., ..-: .' ' " DOMESTIC COURT BILL IS KILLED IN LOWER HOUSE I I Report Now. Even if Favorable. Would Not Put Measure Through Senate Then will-b no court of domestic relations in Hawaii during Hip next two years at pat Ne'tber 'Mil mem bers of the Var rv.s count v boar,l of supervisors be required ro give up any employment thry may e-ij . h; h concerns doing business v. ,th the mu nicipalities. Rills designed to those ends, introduced by Representative William Will amson, are dying m the hands of htxise committees. House bill 221. to create a court of domestic relations in Honolulu, was introduced in the house .March 2.?. an I a few days later it .as rrfrred to Chairman Kr.wlins" committee on ju- diciary, where if now iies at rest. No monument or tombstone marks the last rest.ng place of tnc legislation ! asked by social welfare workers. It was reported late today that Rawlins anticipated reporting on the measure tomorrow, with the recommendation that it be tabled. As to the ultimat late of the blti. that is settled already and any report this time by the j,a,ciary commit - tee will be little short of irony, say I house leaders, a he session Is nearly over ana DUl Iia8 h"cu !flrst reading only and it is now too . aie to pass me 0111 mroiiBii nwire inu senate. House bill 97, aimed to prevent members of the boards of supervisors ; from holding certain employment, waa presented in the hou-e February zb, and since March 1 it has reposed :n Eugene K. Aiu's couaty affairs ttm- mittee. The judiciary committee is allowing another bill. Aiu's H. B 152, l9il tn. Hoonont of nronertv to He in the committee's Tgraveyard." SPECIAL SHIPPING Opicers In (ttfe Iriter-Island steamer Mlkahala' f repbrt a heavy sea running ome-rjaipagitpe oqs f Molokal. The ves- nse3i mietr aim Jfcf) in loading sugar i -c ii A The Inter-Island steamer ;Kina, in reurnfBg.from Kauai ports yesterday. imt stfbrig "fioffl westerly winds and f.T.he. v ebrtefed steamer; Yanels 1 en Kffi Hanlfv. now firing the-MatstVrf hniehtatchJ1tre!' flai:.v left 'San Pedro for Honoidiu 8at- urdayx TJie' vessel is due about May 4. It" vfll ioa'd7auga?." j -t - . "tVhen1" t.ha' tnter-Islan'd' 'Steamer JCfaqdlne lehlau for IJonolulu late caiurqaY niDij uie ciuuur ueicuu eW xeaa fefirtrfd ufandlnE bff Hana. The.,' vessel bfo'ugiit' ken eraf careo'and smpmeBits oaumoer supnnea at eani r ? . 1 . . ' . , Taking li.500 tons 01 sugar sap- plied at several Island ports, the American-Hawaiian freighted; Arlzo nan steamed from Hllo for Panama and the east coast of the United States yesterday. y Hilonlan Met Good Weather.'- Neptunfe favored the Matson freighter Hilonlan, from Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu. The vessel was i.tunH a KawI of tha ri iln-Qv wharf H mrtn ifl.fharoo a ' n na n H t V . of federal government stores and army supplier The Hilonlan brought 1586 tons freteht for Honolulu. It will feave for islahdrports tcftnorrow even m'kra1Hni?BfKaholut'9 deliver 500 Cons 'of cargb. Its freight to other ports includes 340 tons for Hilo, 300 tpris for' Pori Allen and 61 tons for Kaanapali. " The Hilohfen will take 340) tons of sugar in steaming from Hllo to San Francisco about May 5. Makiira Ha Room for Many. The Canadian-Australasian liner Makura. expected to leave for Van couver Friday afternoon, can take all passengers now enrolled at the agency of T. H. Davies & Co. The vessel Ih said to have left Australia with a s iall list The Makura will land several hundred tons of freight. Coal Ship at Port Allen. Completing a smart passage from Newcastle, NT. S. W., to Port Allen in 56 "days,, t,he barkentlne Makaweli will discharge 1200 tons of fuel to the Kauai Railway Company. The, Ma kaweli was listed to call at Honolulu. The : vessel :will be entered by the fed'al customs- at the . Kauai , port It may proceed to the coast in ballast r I i ii I i ii x mi U U Uj AND j 1Y SAN DIEGO FAIR j GOLDEN CHANCE FOR TERRITORY (Continued from pace cue) drink "which we hate intnlueed. and the musicians and dancers. 'This is rrally all ec-n,.nt. ;tnd. If it could be. supplemented by a lit t'e organized puhlirity work through the Promotion Comnrttee or the Fair i't mmissicn. with some literature, views of Hawaii, with perhaps mov ing pictures such as are being shown in San Francisco, a room for which ccnld be easily obtained, we might get much the same results ;is througn a Hawaii building, and at much less expense. There s seme talk at the Hawaii village of making Kamehameha Hay a Hawa-il Day. if we rould get to work now Wth tne Fair commission am, promotion Committee, we might make quite a feature of this day. as the different states are doing with their davs. Rv distributing hnftons 'or ei!,, possibly making a Hawaii nisht at the Chr's tonal cafe, or giving ,a reception at the exposition dance pavilion, working with the Hawaii J Village, as we can afford to do since Us name is good, we could place Ha- waii. on much the same footing as the ' various states, even without a bui.d ing, which I understand U is decided we cannot affird. Y "If anyone down there will take It up I snail be glad to do anything I can up' here with the officials ,of Jhe, exposition and the Hawaii Vyingej toi make' it worth while. , i j , "Very truly yours. "W. A. ANDERSON. "800 Timken Bldg., San Diego.-' Mr. Anderson incloses a clipping from the San Diego Union, which "i-umuou i uavm 'J06 attendance and gives promise of uc,"6 Kwu uiouey-uiaKer. 1 lie iir ores show that for the sixth eonsecu tlve week the attendance at the Pa nama-Callfornla 'Exposition shows a gain in the daily average attendance for the week ending April 10, accord ing to an official statement Issued by the exposition. The attendance for the week of April 4 to. 10, Inclusive, Was ' 44,066.- ?Thls Is 'k daily average of 6295. The greatest attondapce in the week 'was Saturday, 13j441 beta,?. recctded1. The Increase 'In attehdlthce has re-, sulttfd3 In ad' ln?rei8e In'pjroflts,, In a statement made by President G. ,A. Davidson of the, exposlQn j the .profit, iiTor jannarv - -February , and "profit ' wa-'ifMiio.- ;gye the sta'femeht. - 'Th March the profit hva8to,??7.?'K-' Wltfi 'Wttle weath-. iVr fndw dtfteatidd1 tfcne lapproach- iew 'vaomtup to snow ar targe ; increase In attendance" -and profits: .in. (Continued from page one) The Semantha was loaded with wheat Ior ngiana I 4TKa' Vnrw r on o n onin a oorcn n-aa . r T V - 1 1 T r contraband of war. sa id Lieut. War- neke when asked about the destruc tion of this neutral ship. "There was no alternative- for' us. 4 Tire ' cargo of wheat "was "Worth far more, than the ship itself, and from the Ship's papers we' found that the wheat was insured by .the British government. What could we do? We had to destroy her." The vessels destroyed by the Kron frinz were as follows British steamer Indian Prince. Capt. Gray, from Bah la for New York with coffee 'and cocoa; five passengers, 32 officer and crew. Sunk September 4, 1914. British steamer La Correntina. from La Platte for London, with 5,600,000 pounds'meat Twenty-six passengers, 95 officers and crew. Sunk October 7. 1914. French bark Union. Capt. Gregoric, from Port Talbot for Valparaiso with 3100 tons coal. Twenty-four officers and crew. Sunk October 28, 1914. French bark: Anne De Britagne, Capt Picard, from Fredrickstad for Sydney and Newcastle with cargo of wood. Twenty-four officers and crew. Sunk November 21. 1914. British steamer Bellevue, Capt Ro bertson, from Liverpool for South Am erica with 4000 tons of coal. Thirty- four officers and crew. Sunk Decem ber 4, 1914. French steamer Mnnt Aeel. from Marseilles for South America, in bal last." -Thirty-two officers and crew. Sunk December 4. 1914. British steamer Hemisphere, from Hull for Rosario. with 5000 tons of Special ! Silk Crepe de Chine Mandarin Coats, $HM)0, reduced to... EAST 1150 Fort Street JAS. Furniture and Piano Movers OMfccfo Finest hweit Cookies SoM at Love's Biscuit nm-liwkly In which is combined the HAWAIIAN' EVENING BULLETIN, established 1RS2. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, LTD., Publishers, Commercial Printers, Bookbinders, Photo-Engravers. WALLACE U. FAHKLXGTOX. . .".(Seneral Business Manager MEMBER ASSOIIATED PRESS. FL.T RATK. DISPIjAY ADVERTISINC. OVER INCHES (Preferred Position 2.r.e PER INCH LEG Ah AND TRANSIENT RATE $J First Insertion CIASSIFIEl). One Cent ier word 30 cents per line peiTweek. MAIN OFFICES 10.-.3 AIAKEA STREET Telephones Editorial Koobih ijs:,; Katines "Ofllrr 22i6 " BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET Telephone 23Gi ; ; V subscription; rates s Pe,r Mbntb. nnywhete in I'nited Btatfrf Per Quarter, anywhere in United Stats Fer Ysajf anywhere in United States,.. (i . . , ; i. jPbr "ViaiJ nostpald. foreign..! .J... w'Li...-;..jj . UddjJs till otiaiticatbini t,1!hnoidAR&nj!41mN ' ' ' SENn-WEEKLY St. Per Six Months Per Year, anywhere in United States Per Year, anywhere in Canada rem- ear. postpaid, foreign. In teal. '1 w:enty-six otficers and crew. Sunk December 28, 1914. British steamer Potaro, LlveriKxil for South America in ballast. Forty seven officers and crew. Sunk Janu ary 10, 1915. . British steamer Highland Brae, Lon don for Buenos Aires, with meat and shoes: Fifty), passengers and 91 off h cer and revr. 'vSurilc -January 14, 1915. British schoonef 'tWilfned, .M.Capt Parka, from St; Johns Xfbr' Bahla,?wlth fish and' patOeS.' SeVeni Officers and brew. 'Sunk Jannafry' lf,1! . ' Morwe'gTan 'bark 'J'S'hltia; Capt. Halversen' front Linhton.lor Falmouth :-vu- tii.'Ji.' -t-i1 'I iiisii i. Mb : wiiu cargo wnpair ,1 wenvJ-tnree oiiif iJa9lh-aseuK l auftjaexGaader, loupe HJaptv J asoait. " flrad)' Buenoe . A4ren for Bordeaux .with general car go. One hundred; and. forty-three pas-( sengers and 150 crew, 2S. 1913-. s cj 1; in - i.lJl f.? ,;i U British teamer :Tmar; from cSan- tosnfor .Hare; iwlthr.800 sacJUtiCOf - d- I ' "Xfre Iiyay to wealth is as plain as the way to market: it chiefly depends Oon two words, INDUSTRY and FRUGALITY." -Franklin. y You are industrious, of course : So NOW be frugal SAVE ! BISHOP & CO. Savings Department. OSTEOPATHY eous. Muscles, ligaments and various, organs are dealt with In regard to position, relation and size. Osteopathy Is not Massage, but s drugless method of removing the cause of the disease by careful readjustment, thereby establishing structural harmony. DR. F. SCHURMANN HOURS8-12 a. rn. OFFICE 175 Beretanla, cor. Union. 2-5 p. m. Listen ! 0nly 3 Day i Mondav, Tuesdav and AVednesdav INDIAN STORE Blaisdell Buildinsr H. LOVE Phone 1281 in the land, always fresh. all stores. and Bread Co. tar-$nUrtm STAR, established 1833. and the. Issued Iaily and Semi-Weekly by .$ .75 . 2.60 . S.00 . 12.00 : $ 1.60 2-00 3.00- 4-00 Sfar.BulIctln, LtL, Houolulo, T. II.. tee. Thirty-three olficcrs and crew. Sunk March 2.r. 1915. British steamer Colcby. Capt. Crinh ton. from Rosarlo for St Vincent with cargo wheat. Twenty-eight officers and crew. Sunk March 27, 1915. The British steamer Chasehill, from Newport for Pernambuco, was stopped February 22, 1915, and after part of her provisions had been requisitioned py he'erviser" she' was allowed to pro reed With hOn nrfsonem" transferred -r-. i-.-T, ,r-r.Ti-, ixc-ai iqe, rospnnx., :t .,,jhe :Ge,rm?kn government besides prohibiting, exports f rim, Germany to Italy, Is stopping at. the frontier sta tlon AHj Pffty, ;,imiai freight, cars pniewardj.boHind.fPAsaenger trains arriving in wltjerjanj.lfpm Italy are Them are at 4ast slx plants In the conrgef' wnainictJgfl- -tno the jnanu- n r;' i 1 .1 . ti . 1 ii i accordlng-nto toformatloarecelved at ;)A TOennaBiband icJitwo piece was arreateit 1n.Nem-iYork.fiw "murderlng rippftrary;?) Hi .jiir ' : 3 tif- ';f From Its name, It might ba. In tarred that Osteopathy deals only with the adjustments . of the bones. This ldt I erron PHONE1733. $15.00 Gookaes Jk, er, . 2 .