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TI AW ATI AN GAZF.TTT-, FRIDAY," MARCH 20, lft14.-5T.MT-Vt-F.KT.Y.
OUTFOUGHT; Federals Leave Trenches at Tor- " . ' ' ' - . x " reon to Meet Advance of Bcbel ,Army and Have Best of'En gitgcxnefit Thai Rages Fiercely Thrnmn-Ti Tiatr T.lr Tnfcos All Available Troops., .JUAREZ, Mexico, March 18. ' (A noc ia ted Prews by Federal Wireless) iJeports received here last ntgiu are mat heavy ngnting ; ocenrred yesterday between fed eral and rebel, fofecs near Esca ..Ion, one hundred miles north of Torreon. Tlie fight bepan at dawn and rared hereelv ail through toe day until nightfall. ! It in understood that the fed erals left their utronghold at Tor reon and went out to meet the ad vance ciiard of the Villa forces. From the reports received here it . 1 iL.l it 1 m unuersioou uius me reoeis were hard pressed during all the day's engagement. Advices from Chihnahua are that General Villa left thut city i . YJ -11 A yesieruay mornmff wuu an me fitfAffrtH- rf triAn K mtviAA Tmiaior nil ill v a v " vse. iiniui and hurried south toward' Tor reon under foroed march orders. In all the recent engagement be tween the federal and the Villa forces near Torreon the federals have gained victories. . . UNITED STATES AGENTS ' ATTEND AMERICAN'S TBI AL '''EL PASO,' Texae, March .--(Associated Press by Federal Wireless)' At the trial at JuureX yesterday . of ' James . Logan, aa Anerirn negro charged ' with x tein? . federal spy, George CarethCM) special ogeni . to: tho state department, and Thomas, O. EAwanit, American eonaul at Juarez, ware allowel to be preiont in iworJ bp with enaeeasiona (rrant1 bjf 01 tral ("arranza, . direct! avail of tin 'intitutionnl t party. .. ' . ' Nol.'iom who rrcti I.onn ideal i. a BOta which tfcay eluimed , -wa taken from tha prieonrr ta tbo elTeot that infomuition wm d a'rl , of I'wi atraii;tb of tlio rebel fereaa rnl tht-lr, aupply of or tin amf ' anniuuitioa . ,hi . Aftot tlirttloae of tho tearing yea terdar ml which will bo rraumcd ta iny, Upacial Agent 'arothorj clcrijreil that the aourt hearing the evidenx1' apiiaat Legoi is pliialy ileirou qf pivinf, a fair trial t this aceuw-il Atnerionn. 7 ' MEXICAN PBISONEES ABE GBANTED HABEAS CORPUS FORT AVOETH, Tea, Mawh 17 Wita. of . halteaa cariiua , Uuva boon grMitod by the federal . court to fiUin) Meaieaa flral aoldiera and "their eaian-followera and rclutives. who have lioeo, huld at Foil . Hluv TUey wre rronUyl ntUT tha Italtlea of Oiinuira. wuea they. erowiaU tha river to Ameri can auil. nil waxo taken for toebaiunl violation of the neutrality lawa., , , , ' AVKLLEftLKTV MarsBrhuaVtt'a March 17. (Ai!eiat(i1 Iteaa iili(e)- I'ool man, vi'Jl'-oonrrol nnd liit.'i.lijio on the art of thr girl atudiiuti e Wtdlea ley -i.'ollega overtwl what niiht have leon a firo of teMttlu fatality early thla morning when Wellnaley- Colleini hull was horiifil. The girta flel to, auffl ty by UK-ana of firo a;njM.'. Tho Ions la net at "$ifiM,iM fciid ia UiMatroua to th on tiro follogiv.', Ilmanae of the coiitlaMitlon eollcpti liria beeu aummJod. , he lijv originated oa the top Boor, and ia wippoaed to be of. a'nuntaoeona oriRm. . The pirla did at ioH their heaua. Miaa :, ( 'harU.Ua lottMen amiuded. (ho alarm anil Mitta Virginia Aloffett "iiouodud upon the looia of. tho bilrouiim, awkkruing the Hlut pera oiw by one. - A volouteer fire liriado waa formod and eo earefully waa aU the work dona that it ban born at.Kurd that Bone of tho girla wuu over looked. ,' . i. u. m m 9 r :.:. . ... m ,.. HT. LOUIS, Marrh JS. (Aeao- eiatad J'rew by federal Wirelesa) Tbret peraona were kilierl and at JUtaan wera buried 'under dubrin, ten Doing sor jointly iujiirad, wliea th wt wall of the ruiaa of tho K't. Louia Alhletii! Club, waieb bnruMil a waekairii with m. h.-.-. ..t thirty-one divea. ' olloped today aud wout orimhini? tlirmiirti 'tli.. 5i - four-atory . building occupied ; iy the tit. Louia Muad .. ( nmintiv 1'rieeta worlrad with in,o, n.( firemen in tha. work nt -uuuu arl adniiBittred lt rltea to tlio dy- iag, A kiuh' wal; waa iba a.iia of the diitakter. . at1 m IlItU GOES TB FRQfJT SENATOR W, E. BOB AH. T TO SUFFfiAGE LEADERS WAV;ilIX(;T().V, March 13. (Aaao- ciuted I'reaa by Feleral Wireleai, .m After a vigoroim defenae of waniaaaof- frage, (-Senator William K. Jlorah of Idaho ahoeked tb anflraK advaeatea on ho floor aal ia the uallerlea of the senate -chamber yeatenlny . by dnrlariug it iaiprartical and -JmpotwiM ta obtain volra for- woraea , 4y aonatitntiounl amemlment. .... ;,.. Kenotor Pcrnh predicted that after fifteen .year cf vaia endeavor to' ae euro tho partnye of tho louiii ;tntiftml amendment aftked for the worneq would renew their nbendonod requeat for the obtaining of the ballot from the 81atea. . lie declared .that io.,aeekrng the fed eral nmendment (but the women had loaded themaelvea down with the negro and Japanese -qnentioofl and, dozena of ether Htatca rl(fbt probloma. LONDON, fiareh 17. (A-i-ociatei! Prena Cable) Winaton Churehill..' Bra! lord of the aJrajralty, In- introducing the naval eatimatea bill, ahowing do nianda foi,'e.i57,7.01000, declared in par iiaincut today ..that ,whilo tiia abowa an inereare of 1 3,700,000 Over last year' estimater, ccat year'a figure will.prob-. ably bo aniaUer. ; ; . .. '.'. . . The reduction for next, year, he cx plpiaed, is bccnimo Oerman naval con struction has Icen delayed by tbo d 1 flculty of manning thi vessela. ' ; V ile reitorated. that British policy ' i to complete eight battioahip i juadrour while Germany it finishing ttve. , The inrreuse, ho iurtter explaiucd, u largely due to the pin us lor ehaugim, irain eoal to oil aa fuel for the rest-el aud oi ettaidiBhiuK a Hying squadron ne pre it oa. Australia and -New Zea lf.ua 'a conttHiUtrona ot dieaduou'ghta to ritifhrnai.I rr-:ngtj and nuvut do tense and rxprii-oed the hoo that Can ada will follow suit. ' lie added thai theIlrituih-Japanee alliance will be re newert u J'Jl, und remarked "it ia no. to be expetted that Jcpaa will hr nee.i a power i nl iriond at (he other end o'..! tuo world at that dntc4tLaa today. l)u. naval.rtrongtb ia ono ot tha grejt baj auciug Jorree tor our owe safety aut. the ,ouco of tlie WorI L , Causes whici might lead to general war have no', been removed, 'iho aorld ia arming a never before. All attempts at arresting tU: nntvoiurut have lii-t.u ineffo.tuul.' . j, , , . . TL' M. Dougherty and Pamllv "Have Narrcnv Escape Hit by Motor Truck Said to Be from Schofleld Barracks. ' . ' (Prom Wednceday Advertiser.) A fivo-tMi motor truck, which ia said to bo the property of tlio Twcnty-fif th Infantry ).oit cj'haiigo ut 8cho6eld I-.mru.-ks -tollitbd with aa automobilr drircn ly 11. M. l'ongberty at Wnika tioluno Oulch ubout uine thirty o'clotk lat night. Mr.. lJougherty waa areom paniod by hla w.fo atl two bbiklreu. Though tbo macbiuo in which tbev were riilinir was wrnrbed f nrf nnn tlv none of the occupants was injured. - ii waa necef ary lor Mr. IKii(jhertx, to k'ave tin' wrei kml unto at th of tbo roil. I amt m.ike arrangemetita to i.uv ntuiKcir and family conveyed to llonoltilu. v. . Jt UM-Iuimed that the motp i,..l At A not aton to roiiiUr-siil ia K ... DouKhert.v daiuis tlmt the rolliahm was the lanlt of tho bi motor truck. n wyi bo.will awenr to a warrant this morning. , , . .... , j ,, . According to his statement hr was driving slowly toward llouolulu alonu the riirkt i.l nf !- i..i u. i , the motor 'truck ' approaching at a ro- im.i iKPu jrom ine rear and noon after felt ; the crnsh and found himself, his Wife ami children .,ri..lr.., . pile of wreckage, while tho. big truck, with ro lights atlachod, aiiod bv. Tbo occupants of the trucU made no effort, be rry.-i, to even find out If thev had kil.ed any of the occupants of the ear u t rccKen. , . A TAMILY K0E88ITT. .virv fan'il'V h"uM he provr.-j with hanibc rjain'a I'uin Halm at all times hinraina may o cured in much lesa time' when promptly treated. Lame back, lame shoulder, jaina in the side and chest Bmt rhaiuiiatlrt .uinM .. . '. I1"" r" some oi the diseases for which it is especially valuable., Try this liniment and be come acepjaintpd with its qualities and vmi will neve- wf,h to bfl without It. Tor sale by all Dealers, lenson, Hmltk k Co.,-Ltd., ageuta or XIawaiL 1 ' 1. 1 I H -.'V i ! Vs. . V- t , : v.. - - - ' ! 'f 10. IT SAYS THIELEn Defendant Sn Divorce Action Oivea ,f 'His' Version1 of Coiif ortace ;:witi Ted Jirtl AVtotiwy. 71 F .!!' '' ' A tt3 t.!; From Wednesday Advertiser.) 'Tklt divorce action iste which have fheen :drnirged .ht, not a ease of my CAUSED witt. egn-pst Die ar ror, me , against my .oj, or wnxjl !i,3,iiH) ii growing t rops, wife,-Vul r .no tf Kie u,egaiait " Mr-J M,"M1,floo land'and improvements, $S4, Melarn. ny wife's attoTB??,'' i 000 treasury stock and 8.'7,0o0 profit (Jcnrgir r. ' Ihitlim yv.it erda v.. ,"ln r quotinB full1 pwhijcity far , a matter tlint he bad hotetofore itried to keep o..t of. the . 'papora. Thi a'leations ntadn.by Mr.,Th'okn iltt her iit Hied on.Mondnyi are' not. yet. folly n-.w.i ta Mr. TkWeu. who has ; nnt te?n snrved with. tha papers, knt i l g"n era.l'war, bo ta e'qnintcd w th ,tliem. ffa eortu.laiMt Bgniast Mr. Met'arn is that the ettorney fored ,the ajiit Into the courts .after, nr,Miina, acconVag to what. Jlfr, Tlileli'ii . states, to with- hM nil. actio,.' until h h.td h id A furt hfr eoiifereece vitn Dr. Oiorg Herbert, Mrs.'. Tluvlen 'a physician, . Flacat Clana a McCara. ' .'tywiftt urwot.T',a7iomaHe for'th- hiimil;o!ing position in which,! bav Keen. Jed,", afcits , Thielen, ' "but WM'orn. ia. . . t)n. Snturlav allerro.n, about hulf past four. J . ftot . Doct r llerhert t see-Mof.'nrn, hnving bcea informed that she lin-1 ' retaiued hltn to act for her.' JJortor llertiert told Mc( era. ia positive 'lang'trgr, th.it rav wife .was net h hor sound mind ami the t some of th" charges she was hring'ng aiaim-t me were wholl nn true, ns he, as n pliyfielun who had examined Mrs. Thielen, 'was ahlo t) state. ,JIe t'll Mr. Met'arn that to have any mch eharirtTi niade pnblie would he doing an injustice to On in nreent man. ... " ' '. 'JWd explained do Afr. Mctarn th it wo w. ri loath to 1 ring my wife ho forf the lunacy eommifs on because we wanted to use every ant ion pors ble befor the decision we f erred wt nil be Tendend ecnoeining' her. Do ctor Uerbert'U a monibor of . tho lunaer commisKion and a trained alicnift, aid he s)wiko as such to. the attorney. . He explained the nod of verr delitetat" aotioa ami further exptiined that, I did ' not want , to Lave me wifo com mitted to the insane -asylum, for ob vious reasons, aad ths there was ae private institution M Mosoliilu where sho eonld.btf dotal nod p-.niHng a' pos sible recovery. ' '. . '. , . "Vheu Mr. MeCarn states, if he U cbrrecily reported . In the afternoon i:apor,' that Doctor Herbert only said that V ho did not believe the woman quite sane," h twists the troth sadly. Doctor . Herbert 'a exact words were thut m wife, waa ' rob - eomooa. men tis y and that she was not resoiisib)j lor ner statements. 'We' did state to Mr. Mf Cam 'that we -were .hoping against hope that she would soon recover her sanity. . Has Provided fbr Wife.. . '' "It is .extremely "unjnBt to nie to have Mr.. MeCarn qiibtad to the effect tbat 1 had thrown my wifo out on the street aad that I hod shut off ber credit, whereby she wa ia want. 1 hitve done cyerything witbiu ; my means to pro vide my wife with everything sho eould need, physically and huaut-iully. But, nmU'r.her hajluciuatioaa, she has re fused the services, of nursha, she has driven the servants front her home aad the has even turned i;e.'t her ovn mother and her relatives. It was ne- essajy for her own good that aha be IT V.3 fcWf "Ti her aad the lores took the shape of tiahrng it impossible for her to leave borne and Contract .bills. ' I have bean reedy ta provide' for her at her own home or at the home of hor mothe), anfl 'he never has been In want of anything 1 could got her. "It ia extremely .distasteful for me to have to reqxiest the publieatioD f this, but Mr. MeCarn 'a action ia first going to tho length of taking up 'the suit after what Dr. Herbert had toU him and then of denying a great deal of what be bad been told in an. interview. forces me ta ipealt out. Aa 1 eay, my grievance ia not against my wife, for wnom i wisn to no everything posaibu aud against whom I ran, under the cir eumetanees, feel ao resentment. : My jriuvuoco is against air. Mel urn and what I believe is his unprofessional eoMduut iB btiaglng the suit. When my wifo first showed symptoms of an un balanced miml and her actions httract- l the attention o the neighbors and arre to tha ears of tho reporters, I called at Tbof Advertiser oflb e and the tar iiiiiietin olnce. aud xtiliuri th fuels in the matter, asking that my frnoblea be not added to by juldlcM.v thnt would only harm me and my unfor tnnato wife and do no good. Moth jia pers agreed to publufh nothing unless om court action developed. That fthere wonld be any court proceedings ot a divorce nature I did not dream. I did not suppose that there was an ttornj2 in towd who would not take tbo proiessiooal word of Doctor Her bert aud of the other physician assist ing him iu treating my wife." : - r- ; . fiAN FBANCISCO, March 18 i?l'eeiu ..Dispatch by ' Federal WlrelesH)-H. p. Wood, chairman of the Hawaiian fair commission, hus selected aw tbostite for . the Hawnii building at the Panama i'neinc Kxpodt'on, the aite be tween the California building and the Fine Arts Palace, The location Is one of the most choice ones on the exposition grounds, reposition officiate have accepted the design for the Ha "siiitn hnilJin- exhibited to ineiu- by Mr. Wood. Work on the construction of the building wiU -ftrted within twenty days. Mr.' Wood will return to Honolulu on the steamer Manoa, 41 . a OLf.A EXPENSES ' ' WERE REDUCED Manager's Bcport Shows 1914 Crop Much Better Quality Than' ' That of f revious' Year, ' (Front Wednesday Advertiser.) i Th annual rertort ' of t)laa Rniut j company thews arseis totaling M,7i, . mss, me liahiliuoa includo 4, ' ll.lw n.lll .fti,...l .....L AO Riui ijiui t .1- ami or,,,iiou overdraft on Agent 'a ac count. The profit and loss account ia creased $64 ,00 J during IfclS. . , Manager -C. F. Kckert 'a report is In part as follows: ','.- i-rop 1913. The harvesting of this crop waa started on January ti and com pleted on October 1, 1013,. and yielded 7,h97,sy7 tons of sugar from CSJ.VC? acres. . Thie not only -represents- - the largest crop taken off by this planta tion, but also th highest produetiou per acre, namely, 4.09 tona. The sucrose content of the cane was abnormally low, averaging 12.52 pet eent aa mm. ased with 13.19 per cent, for 1912., Crop 1914v The area nnder thia crop ia 53H3.71 acres, of which 734.78 repre sent plant tano nd 4569.01 ra toons, Tha estimated production ia lf,W) tona cane, or about 23,3(K) tone sugar. Harvesting was begun on January , and to date the juice ia of considerably better quality than that of the corres ponding period of the last grinding aeasoa. t ' ''' ' -. Crop 191 5. This covers an area of 81C8.98 acres, of which 5.'i9.9 are , under plant cane and 5009.08 under riteona. AH of this ceuo is remarkably well ad vanced and . in excellent condition. With average weather for the coming growing season, it ia expected that thia crop will aurpasa the best yield ler acre of previous ycara by a considerable margin. . I .. , . ; Crop a91. For this crop we will plant between K) and 500 acres, de pending upon the yields of certain 1914 ratooua, thia being ia addition to tbo plant area of the outside nlanters Tho total area to be harvested will be about 6300 acres , General. Outside of tha general overhauling at the end of the 1913 crop, comparatively little work waa re quired Sn the mill in the ahort off season,' : 'V . ': In view of the low level of angar prices which may be expected to follow the recent unfavorable, tariff legisla tion, It ia needless to say ' that every possible effort is being made to reduce operating costs to increase the yields of angar petacre. . ) . ' Full Teat i of tie Bequest of the 'Fmijieitf Now Beini Storm- l ' ily Debated. . ": , , :,v , ; . (From Wednesday Advertiser.) - Yesterday's mail brought the -full text of the special message to congress of the President , on the necessity of repealing the biU. granting to American coastwise shipping freo use of the Pan; ama Canal, fho President said:, "Uoutlcmen of the Congress; ' 1 have come to you upon an errand which tea oe very CrriCy performed, but ,1 beg that you will not measure its iin poitnnce by the number ot sontences in which 1 state it. . No communication I have addressed to the congress carriod witn ft Braver or more far reachinir tin ,a I W now U's eak" up r, I i ,.fi t i n, a- t .. . . .. m ,L. mutter with regard to -whiih I em churytul in a peculiar ilagree, by tbo Constitution Itself, with pertoual ' re Fpoutibility. ', ' - . - . j: 4 '"I havo romo to nsk for the repeal of that proviuiou of the Panama Caual Act of August 24,, 1912, which exempts vossela or.gnged in the coastwiso Uule of tho United States from payiueut of tolls, and to urge upon you tho justice, the wisdom and the large policy of such a repeul with the utmost earnestness of which 1 am capable. , . 1. , ,"In my own judgment, very fully considered aud maturely formod, that exemption oufctitutes a mistaken eco nomic policy from every point of v low, and Is, moreover, in plain contravention of tho tre.ity with Ureal Krltaio, eoit eeming the canal eoncluded on Novem ber 1H, liioi. Hut I h ave jiot eome to you to urge my jersoiiel views, -l havo come to state to you a fact aud a sit uation. , Whatever may be our own dif forences of opinion concerning ' this much dohsled measure, its meaning s not debated oiitside the United States, livery whern elite the iaugiutgn ot the treatv is eiveu but one interi:retatio, and that interpretation precludes the exoinptlon I am aHking yon to repeal. We comteiitad to tho treaty j ita lan eiiage we acreptcd, if w did not origi nate it; and we ara to big, too power lul, too self-respecting a uatlun to- iu ternret with too strained or refined ft rending tho words of our own promises ,lst bee aviso we have ' nowsv enough to rive us leave to rend tbem as wo fdeoee. The large thing to do ia the ov thine wn ran afford to do. a vop tintnry withdrawal from a position e evwher questioned and misunderstood. We ought to reverse our action without Rising the question whether we were right or wrong, and so once more de rve r-r reputation for Generosity and tho' redemption of every obligation without qi.ihldrt or hesitation. ; " f ask this of rou hr support of the oreiyn policy of 'the administration. I shall not know how to deal with oth er matters of even greater delicacy and nearer eonreuuruce Jf you do nut r"t it to me in nniirud'iii( measure." TO rURE A COLD IN OXE DAY ' .Take Laxative Brjn3Q Quinine Tablets. v All drti&Mztu rtfund the money if it tai! to cure, i E. V. Grove's sigiiatur is on ' vch box " ' MiS i El UlsniiK St Uui f 6 TheLatest Going to Christen a New Bqy Scout . -- Learnod Kir Robert and Lody Haden-VowcH, with their little Hort, nrriving at I'arkhtone t.hnrelj for hm hftinmm. The infant sort of Lieutenant General Hir Robert and Lady ltadcn-Powell was christened on the 141h ut St. Peter's Church. ParkHtone, Dorset, with the names Arthur Robert Peter. : The 2nd Troop nf Lady lliAilen-Powell'K own Scouts . i1 . a s1. . . met. ineiii oir ineir arrival, ami ine by Seouts from Knst Doret; The I... it.:.u n.i n n .... J . i. . -.liijui uuuuii-i owen;' was one oi ine gou-i at tiers ; i tie other Wfla (leneral Kekewieh. ,Lmong tlio gifts was a silver whistle from the nth Parkstonc Troop,.- The eightlt eout Law is "A Heout mnilesi In the tvehinft Lady liaden-Powell'n parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koaiues, gave a ten to some three hundred Scouts at the Parkstone "Skating itinK. . .. -. .: Program on Irish Night Runs Gamut of Em otion AMATEUR TALENT VIES WITH PROFESSIONAL IN ENTER '2 TAIWMEHT . PBESENTED AT 'TJBERTY . THEATER BY YOUNCr ERIN S0CD3TY (SOODLY HOUSE GBEETS YOUNQ EBIN SOCIETY PERF0BMEBS. ' . : (Frpm.Wodnceday Advertiser.) ( .' MjObxlica that breathed thi;. spirt of Krin, etnge setting'. and eostumos en livened iy' dashes, of emerald, a leant of witticism, a. decided touch ef sen timent and .jthos all tliess elements cf emotion,. life and color wep ha pily blondctl in an eatcrta'nmoat typieol" cf its titl, Ojand Jiish N'gHt," gvon ht Ye Xitierty Thatec lnV nijHit ttudof the a-.'spircs of the VToiing lin Hocinty In' obscrvflnee of rH. P'atrick.'a day. '- Even tho mot'oii pMuros.- which alternated !' with ' tho othor Biim'bers of the program were Irish ." in . cast and motif aed " tbi arighUy dances were . equally appro priato to . the occnslnn. ... . ' : ; ; ' . '"'.. Show "Wcllf Attended. ,. ; The houao was wc Infilled by a repre sentative -audience that was respo:iive Ho the Maying mood, of tho progiam . 1 . . M ' . 1 . no. lot? 't-i'iurinerj- wero euiousiusiit; allv npplauded. : ' ' ,. . J Ojk uiug tho entertainment m motion pict-ra entitled "Tto Shau grsnn," nnd thin was ' followed ' by "Hub. in' Duiaies," creditably render ed by W.'H-. ;irn'tton 'nsHitd by men hers of "the "Young Krin Hoclcty.- Mr Hutton also tan a. aidoction. in wldeh he was riioni"ii:ei on th.j p!ano by Miss Kvelyn MeCnndless.,.' ',. . HABLAN NAMED HEAD OF ; CTOXIJIEBCE" COMMISSION WASHINGTON, March 17. '(Asso ciated I'rera Cable) .lainos S. 'Harlan, iuterntatci coiiininrt'n rpinuiissiooer, was today named us chairman of. tho coin mipsiou, succeeding Kdgur ft. Clarity ' :: , ,.,f NEW.VOUK, Msnh IS. (Associated Pres by Federal Wireless) Twi pna senders, buth men, were killed ami seven persona Were injured yesterday when the :ry ;Loat Ithaca ' crashed into a roil ' 'out liohig towed down the Hudson, The ferry boat was badly crushed bub did .not sink. Tho panic Iwhit'b tiiit'at"nnd wan quieted by Abo crew of tbo ferry.. . , . .. . TA(t)M A, 'Washington, March IS.. -t-(Assoeiuteit Prc-a by rpiicHil Wiruiesti) -Mra. Mndo Mcriquielo. tbo Japaiieso wife of su American surgeon, of, the Orient, wi. deported lant night Oli the steamer Canada Marti, ha-viui; failed in her appeal to WaBhiugtou to bo allowed to, remain in thn United .States ou tho grounds that he wn tho wife of an American, 4 ; ' : : ' - , i '., , .. .', '. ' :.-. WASHINGTON, March 18. (A4sociated Press by Federal Wlnlefs) In a bitter attack upon the administration's foreign policy,' the fruit of which ho said has' beeu . misunderstanding, ' dis- trut, vacillation nnd humiliation,' Ueiiresciitutive Julius Kahn of Luliforuia warned the house today against the pending Kims Hill which la -intended to Tcpcs.! 'the provision-of tho Panama Canal Act, providing for the exomption of Amorrcau coastwise shipping from paying tolls for. punning through the rauitl, Ho. cited iu stances which he anld Jiroved con clusively thnt Kiigland would not yield in a aimiisr position to that of the United Ktiites in the oimal tolls controversy. . Boy Scout f ' .-.-." ' Who Can Smile But Has Not Yet to Whistle. ''.. .:. approncn to the c.mireh was lined Duke of Connaught (represented of tho ten commandments of the and whistles under all diffienltW .,:. :" . : ' A feature of tho bill was an old fashioned, four-hand Irish Jig by the Missea Lilian McTiglie and iarion Kennedy and WHIIIara Wnrren and Dan, iel Cummins, their performance evoking enthusiastic applause. Mitg Julia Hollinger responded (.0 an . . 1 . ,1 -v.iut.im uci riitlll.lUIl VI tt VlO- lin solo entitled "Souvenir." and re ceived two beautiful bouquets. She was aceompaniod at the piano , by hor sisvt-r, ,auta rveuie ioumger.' . ; ,v StncerS Make Hit, Among the profersional numbers on, ine 0111 were a tango dance by the girls 01 me Hpauijing company; "Songa and Nonsense" by tieorjje Chesebro. and Kmma Audelle; a monologue by George Li Hpauldlng, who wore a fcreeo "lid-" and confined himself to stories with Celtic heroes, and songs and dances by tho Do Von sisters. Iu her eccentric poses and dunces Hattio De Von rivals the. celebrated comedienne now touring tho States iu Morosco'e fairyland ex trnvagaiiKa,,"Th' Tik-Tolt Man of Ox." iueir stapc Manner and occeutric style ru icuiMrKuniy similar, ' , The entertainment cloil rliti sketch f Western life, "The )utlaw," prrnouien oy J a lues lluilfoylo, Oeorge L. Sjiaulding aid Geratdine Wool. Tho piece was well staged'ned was especial ly commenduble bcrnilse tho cowl oy lans were noB so painfully overplayed a iney uauany arc. . CONVICTED DYNAMITEE3 ; NOW ASKS FOB PABD0N3 . WASIIINCiTON, March 17-Associot ed Press Cnblo) Klghteea of the labor leaders convicted of eiinnnal conspiracy iu connection' with the union dvuumit- ing cIjkh, li:i upplied to PreHidont Wilson I imp. pardoim, ollegiog that thn trial jiul'to vm iinfuir. - , ; ,... ' ' .PKK1NU, China, March ,J7. (Abso. einted Prrss Cuble) Cliiuese brigand Whit Wolf, who stieked the city ot Luohokow, killing 1500 people, bus de feated the government troops sent out to surround acd' rapttire him. .., . .,,4 ' 111 Honolulu Citittm Testify for tho Puo- Uc Sanent. V A truthful statement of a llouolulu citizen, given in his OWu words, should couvinee the most skeptical about the merit of I toft a 's Hackacne Kidney P. Us. If you suffer from buekaeho, nervous ness, alcopleiiNiicss, urinury disorder or any form of kidney ills, use a tested kidney medicine, A Honolulu eitizen tolls of Donn-'a UaCkacho Kiduoy Pilla. - Could "J'ou demond more convincing proof of merit: B. T. White, Teat 1 City, Onliii, Hono lulu, Hawaii, says: "I nhi nipoty two years of age, and X KUffered from I nek ache aud tddncy disease for eight ye ns. I lave given Doun's Hackacho Kidney Pills O' fair trial, and have been so greatly l-enefited that I choerfully r.e ommend them to other kiduoy atifler crs. ' . ,' - . . . Doan's Backache Kidney Pills arc sold by nil druggists and storekeepers t 3(1 cents per box (six boxe 2.flui, or. will bo mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu, W'bclesule u gent a for the Hawaiian Is lands. .'. ' . 1 ', , -'',- , ' : Keincmbur the, name, Dcan'i, and take'uo substitute. II EI Br lilLLII BF GALMETTE Vv'l-V-" '". Slaying of Editor by Wife of Mia istar of ' Finance. Throws Be public .into.Dcjycafe NPolitical Imbroglio Letters -May Cause Downfall Xof Present Govern mcnt, . ' r :. .'; , . PAKIS, France, March IS. (Asso ciated Prey by " Federal Wireless)--. Not since the Dreyfus affair has any event in French historyso stirred the -Frenoh people ss the fatai. shooting ' of Gnsten Calmctta, publisher of the Figaro, by Madame - Hen'riett W'oii- ' lanx, wife of Joseph CnillauK, the min ister of finance, , ' ', .'.'. Tha '.iminodinte effect , is'a tense , political situation. Tho first eonse- , quonce of tlio shooting, whs to fan in to flames the white' heat the Rochet to rcuminl. Koclietto . Was. '! arrested in Parig in 19INJ on tho charge of whole- , .sale swindling but Was enabled It ' escape into Mexico. ,"''' . The Kigaro yesterday' mido . refer ence to a secret reKrt' 'concerning M. Fabre, public ; prosecutor, ou whom pressure has been brought to lieur to postpone the triul of Madame Cailluux. . ' Sensations Come Rapidly. ' ."enfation after sensation waa roused in official circles in Paris: ' today. A' young woman singer asrauUvd Ylctor Augngnenr, vice prtsideut of the cham ber or deputies, when he was about to open the chambor formally; ' The girl ' was arrested but later released by tho pblicti. - Tbo motive tui her' act is unknown.- f , . ' M. Augagnenr ireKirbd .-ealmly, though the session- way threatened with storm because of the disorder in the af fairs of the ministry. The- chamber lotcd unanimously to appoint a com mittee to investigate-all -anglea of tho shooting. '.:.'. , .... 10 ( ailltux, who hoe boeif rninister of finance, appeared at his office and dis- ' posed of his personal ,' affairs, after which he resigned,, weeping. Tho re- ' maindor 0 the ministry has accepted, reorganized portfolios aa announced to day. .' ,' ,' ' Papers of PabUsher Eeiced. '' ' The 'private" pajiets' 'of'liaston Cnl metto were seized by the police today,, following CaillauxV death: These pa pers include the iettore ' of '' Madamo l ailiBux to Cnilluux while she was the wito of Leo Clarotie.' ? ' It it understood -that ?caimetto in tended publishing theKo letter and : thaf, as a result of the rovelationg of seandul, tho full of the government was " feared. Not only' in olhV.iil circles,' but nil : I aria, , thero is liitenxo oxciteinout and curiofcity as to the now unknown facts which can only be fpicsrcd at " , (1 1 ... Harbor Beard Rcaoests Commis sioncr to Con:ult Them Before 'r:v Disposing oT Wharf Sites.' -.-..'f ;, (Trom Weitiicadny..AdvertiKor.) . At a . meeting of tho ' hubor com mistiom r.! yi'siorday mor'iaiig tho ens'-' , tol , of -,Wd Ojvumisii'oHor Tnckeit leaniig or ndling -' government' lan.hi ' epnt'gJoiHi to thn warerfroiit Was dis cussed nt come length'...'. TIA! imiort- '. awe of havina- the T the imimrtnnf harhor trvuUrn of the ;""" wis Di-oii),'ht out forcibly and ty nnanimous voto it was decided t request Iind CoiumicHioiier Tinker not to continue-thia praetiee in tho : future without nt least coiiMilt'n" t:ia lisijor cominisvioHHTi. ' " Vlifiderabl blisters Was trnntnetxd '. as well lis dieiissed ('uring the gea-ioa-nhch Was well attend.l . -. Ilnrljiniinster W. H l'ic, ........ dered to enforie the aiioking ordluuni' on Bit wli:tne 111 Honolulu. Tin '. board will also extend this ro!-i to Cover government wharves at II. lo. Kaliulul, lhaiiiB, ha'lun and Natoo- pno..-, Hie harbor pidice reiisrt that ' the wide publicity iriven tu tha i.ut fortnight has ha I a mod efiWt 1.1..1 there have been very few violotious of the law. Tho . brKird tins ' remieytn l t'.. . Wooten to allow the Marine It. iiw.' ' to remuin until Jauuary 1, 1913. If tlm Armv Km.nmer.-i lonxent thi- to the . . Inter Tsl.'imt . CflUany . will t,rt extended to Deceinn 1. I'Jll which will nllow u period of. thirty dev fm tho- OiiHi removal of 1U1 w.rf''.. the railway now extemlinj bryond tlm llUf ) us. , ' . Doetor- Trotter comtdnined to till '. eommirsioners that Pilot Dennett vio. lutrd . Hie rogubitions llV It'll V In r f im , . been granted I y the fodrr.il q.i' r ii.tins doctors lust Katurd iy. Tho boird or- ' dere.l.'an o'lilanution ifrom lteniutt ' Oavrrnor. I'iu'.linm rrfuaid !.. n-. plication of , the, board for -the j avmeiit of .T, H. Iv. Leslie's salary as ina-el. . tor of the Nupjopoo whurf from 'tlio . contingent fund and this .claim will have to nwait the action i,f ,iw .,.. lorisluture. : ... .' . . Informal Wds will tm ...HaJi e. . '2(1 x Bo foot warehouse . at Kawuilme. . forinnl 1 da will llio ' todve.rli.,.,1 c... repijrs to lloorinu on ni n ii ... 1 for turn foot 1 of new wulling along the flip front of pier No. 1.1 wall strong enonirh to hnl.i .uhi... ' tho piling. Liuhthouso b-dge wrote. in regird to tho red night . light on tho north aid of the Alukoit ' wharf to mark thu old win ken i.il.m of the Kiiiau wharf. ' , -