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HAWAIIAN GAZETTI-, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. SEMI-WEEKLY.
HI ' -at, . II, r. e' i Villa Army Win Numerous Skir Uh'with''j!titoa Force In Advance on Beleaguered ' Tor-rtcfl-"-Hopital Base Establish d by ConititutionaliiU at Ber- mejillo. V (txhtiti:tionauht hospital BASE, BEKMEJILLO, Mrch 23, (At aotlatftd .Pre by Fderal Wirelo) The main forro of General Villa ' rebel army advan-.-ing on TorrJon, while at ' tempting to ifoni a tig irrigation ditch twenty-two mile north of Torreon to day, tM met bf fore Of that hun dred federal troops, and in the engage ment tbich followed th federal wcri haH'y repuliwd, leaving 10(1, dead on the firl.i, The n-bel oa . wa three hilled ami Seven Wonnded. Attar th engagement th rflirli con tinued . thol inarch' upon Terrjon an1 drove the fedefnl toiMtpoat before them af iuartv point, lavariably the fed fral.4 irtreutort, wrecking and burning all limine and other property that they encountered. .',- . . . , CITY 0? BERMEJILLO IS . iTAKEN-BYVlLXA FORCES : f ? ' T I j iet.-' .-, EL PASO, Texae, March 22. (Aaao- riated Pre by federal Wireless) ' A dispatch from Ilermejillo, a few miles , north, of Torreun, states that the rebeli entered the former eity thia afternoon after an hour of fighting. Ia the streets after the engagement were found in, ' Federal dead aud three woundod. Ilia rebel lout one captain and two prrvates in the engagement. . ,', , . j, ' CITY OF MEXICO SHOWS HTTLE CiTEBEST IN BATTLE i so la ted 'lrcs by- Federal Wireless) Telegraphl eWmunleotion with . Tor- . reen wa intonipted at nooa yesterday. Little interest la1 the . engagement .' be tween., the Hncrta trtxrp and the" at- t eking Villa army ia veiag manifest 1 r,bere, .., , it ,:' . . .... .-. AMERICA AND ENGLAND ' r. ARE UNITED FOB PEACE ' VERA CHrp, Mexico, March 82. U (Associated Press by, Federal Wireless) V The presence, her a et. both V, Nclxui ' O'Mhanghnessy, "American charge d'af '.'. fairea, and Charge Jlohler of the Brit ish embassy ia the City of Mexico, ia -' tftken in . olfichtl circle to1 mean that Enlnd cooperating with the UniUd Statea la. the lateat effort! to bring ' about peace, in Mcsieo, Karly report to the effect thai O'HhanghneiHy . baa - fnlgne4 as American i barge d 'affaire were rrdneoua. - t .-. . k PROPOSE TAKINO LIND , ' ' tN T0T711 OVER.MEXldO city of isixmmteh 2:. (Aa- nociated Prera by Kaderal Wirelewi) Renor l'ortilla. y Ko)anf Huerta'a ea- , biuet rei-oinmeuded yeaterdny to the ad mioJatration that .John; Liud, , apet'ial reprenentative iu Mexico of Prea.deify . AVilion, be taken on a trip of obor ra tion over that portion of Mexico com trolled by the Federal. ' Llnd fill be h.tcred a iorllil train and guard, Lind ' f naijf to be, favorably (mprewierl with b pronoHioa.7 The Mexi. sa diplomat ; jwularly aoggented tho arCringement 6V lift bet woe a Iliierta and W ilnon a a ' aolntion ef the problem - between the .iwo Freiidenta. . -... ' REFUSE TO SURRENDER " ; ACCUSED MURDERERS Mar'-h' 22.. : (Awot latad Preaa by Federal Wireleaa) Oeiierti iuaujaro, eommamler Of the . ftrrinou at Iledra MiegraH, yesterday . ref iid the, demand of Governor Vol '. quhtt for the anrrender to American aiitborltif of five aoldier who are a' euited of, thu killiyg. of Clement Ver Kr: ; v."'.. INTERMARRIAGE OF WHITES AND BLACKS FROWNED ON WASMINOTON, March 22. (Am iated Preua by Federal Wirelem) The house, committee oa the District of Columbia venter-day favorably reported a t ill probibitrng tb intermarriage of whiles and negroes ia the district.. ,K. i i . - . i WASniXOl'OV, March 22 (A ofi rtl Presa by Federal Wireless) The defartmeni of jiile and the otHeers of the New Haven Itiihoad aunouueod yesterday thai they had toarhed aa agreement for the dissolution of . tho New Haven Kailroail nyttent. ' t- fj 4 J l r - . t ,' i i . . ; ''Hawaii has a' very Ado Iocs- Won fvr her Kxpos'tiei buin?," teyvtU Kictiard Ivers, who bar juxt ret irifd from the i'oant. "It ii due of t'' l t a tea on the grounibt and thia Territory will have to g. ahead and make as fine an exhibit a onr friend on the Coast l-t ' of mi." '. Mr, Ivers' found good progress beinp hiade - on ttie . Exposition 4 bnilding and the preparations for nett year' big event much fur- the? ttdxaneed than I bal to find them. Of gnneral buii- ' noH, eoi.dltion ou the Coast he reak4 haiH'fa'ly. Monev is easy, but only for abort ti-rin loans. . . ! KING GEORGE ACTS AS PEACEMAKER :1V'I i - i-i ' ji JU.I, . Sir Edward Carson Remains In ' Corislant Touci WitM Ulster Mobilized 'Troopo.1 1 '' LONDON, March 22. (AMoelated Press, by ; Feddral , Wirelesh) King Oeo 'go aiuiuiucd tl' role Of peace maker yesterday en an effort to pre vent trouble in UlsUr. ; Ke, conferred with Premier.. Ainitli, , Cplortel Beeiey, tho aevretary, qf the state for. war, and others. Ho, also summoned, into eon farenee, Field Marnhall Lord Koberta. Aa army council was held and -' the leaders later attended tho king 'a eoa fereoce. . ' ' ... . , ) A jii waa precipitated when mhnv offlccr s of; the army, teaded their resignation rather ttian to pi Heed in the jtoftitlon of being forced to mova on I 'inter. . Jiow lo treat thsw efllcer ia a problem, and ft jonr.t, niurtU.l ba been su jgMted, . , ' , , . , , ... ' Thak x-verat todies of troops ra Ire land . could iiot bo- moved lint alise Of resignaljitn wait' rumored here today.' However, a , ronx'iderabla movement of troop iuto Ircliwid in lx;ing eontinlieib No breat h of th pence '.ha been wit newe lu the two day since tho begin ning 0 tho movement of troop. . Tli Nationalist have abandoned their plan for a parade Unlay in Londonderry to obviate the probability of rioting.-, - COUNCIL OF WAR IS 1 HELD BY ULSTER LEADERS KF.LFA8T, freland. March '22..' CAa, toelatod Pre by Federal Wlrelea) This city is wearing a normal niiti tonight avo for the incrcHe crowd of (hopper. A eoundl of war waa held yesterdav at Craigaven by, nr Kdward Carson, General R?r George Kjchsrdson. eomraendor Of theV!lter force, and forty omeer eoinpriHing the tegtmental rommnnder. All details for nrtbilir.a Von of the) Tinier voluntenm have boen perfected. ,..,,.'.;' i- Hit Edward Carson i kept in ettn atant touch and communication wjth th various mobilizatibn Joints by motor?3-r)e dinpsteh earricr. All th rfgular troops stationed at Belfast are confined to. the barracks. , (Thousand of Ulster, troop arc engaged - in ma neuver drills anil target practice. . Sir. Edward Carson, after : a confer ence yesterday laid: "The government i attempting to cow Ulster: br In-' limldntion and provo-ation tor violence, . but both will faiL" ; , 1 '' ' ' ' ' " " ' , FIRST VICTIM OF CLASH ' 1 'TM rrtJTIPW TS RnT-TttT.-ft 7" , TktTOTtur' ..iTL.i vr-' v' o -... - .. iDU first victim' of the growing axritemebt 1 r 111 g k. i . . . is a soinier na-neu .urrBKa iu- camp, bere, Jlo waa late for roll-call anil attempted to scale the wH qf thf bar rack, and wa - probably, fafally.sbpt by, k entry j... ... , t;t,.-;- .. v .. TWO COMPANIES OF ARMY1 ; . REPORTED AS MUTINEERS Iv. : v-. r- U)NI)P( '.England. .March 21. Mutiny' in the' Hritieh army ; I dcaiise of the ' Ulter' Homo. Jlnle centrofery i r'oKjto fo-'ny in the Pall, M ill fJa r.tt. .The (it'et(e say tint fwj 4of; ponies of a loretiih'ro toimcnt wer. stationed 'nt t'iffit, ' .The men'too hart in the recent . tintada aud were notified that they wjuld be transferred-j TherriK-nn, ssys the Gazette, the men threw down their arms aud a igeanl Saluted and aaid:- "We have no home rule here." Thi in thought in some quarter to be an exnggorated version of the un rest of troop jo Ulster, ,. v .V 1 LIBERALISM WILL NOT - FLINCH FOR TORYISM v-..' 1 ii - '' ; '.',. -( tinn niesn smaller moasura for tho lirnDKRSrit'LD, England, March bnyer. Sumo cf the unacropuiou mer 2 l.V Liberalism will not flinch one chants even go o far a to employ tin inch before thd arrogant and insolent smith to alter Ibefr treasures fof them, plague of .toryisui," declared lJavid.10 y" see there eaa bo n doubt about Lloyd George, chancellor of the exc.he- "! ' delibfrate.fllahonest Infant ehort uef, at a great wasa lueethig fit liber- yaMntieJts and other alse measures r hi here today, . nlo very common in mot nlaeea where ."I am hereon behalf of the govern- I"" ' inspection, and t have no ineut to ay that wo mean to eoufront doubt bnt that. you will.flnd "many of defiauce of the popular libertiea withtneln her- 1 aw biuch of that In resolute and -nnwavering determination Mlonoluln. whore I stayed or aeveral at whatever haaard. ':' Wo are not fighting about lHhtor or home rule.' Wo are fighting for all that is essential to civil liberty- In this laud.'.' A".',-.,.-.;-:; . heavy Armed forces, ;,.t rushed into ulster '. rtELFAST, Ireland,. March 21.-(A. sociatcd I res ( able) Four battalions of Infantry with machine gn and two battories of field artillery, all equipped for active service; have arrived from various towns of Ulster since yesterday. They form the advance guard ft a big armed fore that is being eift to the northern province. Orders have been bsud to station the artillery) around Helfajit. ' ' ', .'. . MANY ARMY OFFICERS ARE RESIGNING P03ITI0NS BELFAST, Ireland, March 21.--lie-port reccive.1 here show . that many oftlreia of tho army arj r 'guiu. Otie (avrlrr bri ail at Uull'n 1 uualilo to "ivj becoe of ('ortage of oflieers. The town hall hero ! the hcdiuaiter fof. t Ubter provisional government. esir Kdward ion 1 h"lilin coii'tat cnuiieils with bis nHOclt". - '- TO fUHE A COLO IH 0JE DAY : Take LaJtalivc Dfomo 'itnine Tablets. All drug,.iis Mund the inor-ey if it.f;iils la rare. E. VV. Grove's slgnatui is ot, , :acli box itlit W ICINK t41 t Uui I" '. BJflDIl KILLS QTCHfJi'lj. IS KILLED III TUmi BUT v.'.JI C0T?OlA, f'alifornla, March 22. (Associated Press by Fed- eral Vireles)-tleorge W. La Porte, a Santa Fe watchman, wa hilled here yesterday by Sam Worie, a bandit, .. for twhom tbo police have been searching nd whom La Torto, .fonnd In box ear. , Attracted, by the shot fired by, Motle, two poileemea ( ran. tip and engaged, ' In battle . With Mori, riddling the bandit , with bullets arid killing him, but , not before ,both of th ofllcer received wound f fom tho ,baa- dit'a return ahots. ..When.an x . amination of the baadit's body was made twenty-three aticka o ilvtiamit were found strung about . hia neek iS, . ... , aj "r , .' "' ! " T1 ( Expert Day 1 Hilo- and Honolulu . Buyers .Are Frequently Vic; tiiHiied by Storekeeper". ;; fMail RMvicI to Tli Advertiser.) HILO, Mareh 20. tht the eommu nlty of Itllo t belnr gouged right and left by unscruinilorh toreleper, main ly Orientals, through the moan of falo weight d meisnres, ami that Hr.nv lulu ia lit'le bettor treated, is the s te ment trade ty E. W. WeVt, a Mil ex pert, w ha vaina to- Hilo recently ta ex engine and repnir the big track,-rane and juice M'nle which are need toy the various I'l.tntntion m il and other eon on ths 'rbnd. 'The arrival of West, who l the only axpert of stand . inr of this kind who fcss ris teit tni Inland, a far 0 can te leamod, at this particular timo seems s'mcst a leeial d'spenfiatlon of. provldene,"", in view of th fact that it was orlr re cently that tho snporvWorY aiitTittfltwJ the elio'riff to employ an fuiipeciof ,af Wflfe'TifH - and men surest v Thl positiofi will be filled by George, KVhr frtrt( who hn Men gjven the srrpoint'nent fy. Sheriff ruav and be. will take tip his wort Hi; soon aa he has feseived the proper test weights and othe nc; oxsary parapWrflilia. ' ." .;'. J"ttty Cieokadaeai.V - " , "T"' ', While W.eet ? has - been enggel in loosing after seaies at the- flilo iron "wir. an,i mk- nlrn-M h kn kent hia ryes' open Whil walking about t.OWD, - hs awn many bit , of petty erookedne goihg , on tmong tbo auiall merchanU. i' I. have een-five set of doetored lealo'ln this block alone,", said West the. other . day, . Indicating a trtftin 1 s,otk Ttohj: rlTteK -rhee calo. have been .adjusted tor the" merebanta ...... ' 1 . with: tli deliberst intention, of Ha fraudinff thels natrons. Thev imi weiditt greatar than they .should. It fvakca.a lot, .of, diltereitre to tho bny' era, too. - Yon go, t luv a chicken. Ypo rtt a , two-pound bird, .and thj na' ihorrs a,Q!ght of throe pound. . Vom ,py for an cxtrft poumt, and you arn. stung any thirtynre, or forty eents on this one , .litfclo- J trrvnsiictlon alone, When jOu filn tip against such liitao-c every dny in your life, the aggreyaie sum' which you are mu'eted in a year iimounU to quits art item. The aggr gnte which the roitimunity Ty for sMifJT it doe hof get, but "which, it ii charged Ihrongh the use of f.ils acalee, must be a, very- tidy aum. ; . , i t it t. Matter ati Doctoring. "1 hav-et aho -seen; soma fal m uns ure nmplayoJ, : hero. ;,Your Oriental merchants . art" far smarter ' Uiaoi ,voU think, and many of them are past m ' r.t 'e,ftrin' both wales and mens- Iitiance, they often have fixed by liav. lng corrugations made ia them, or by I .1 . . 1. 1 - ...j ; 1 - Kvcrv inwnrl l ump, curve or. eorrupa- month before coming here. , .. . Short Yardsticks. . 'You should have regtila and rper: Inspection of your1 weights and mess urrH, but even if you lis vo that' your juil lie ahould be educated to prctort itself by rxurcisiutf crdinnry eare( when it make it, pnrchusen, for therd sr.' many tricks employed by the dishonest dcAlcrs, even if the r mpasure are or rect. Iu measarinjf. cloth an expert cheat can, when b use the yardstlrk, so shift the cloth a he slide the mea uro alonv it tliut ' I14 takes - several inches of the cloth be bs just meas ured and includes it in th noxt take he i ' measuring, tbn measur ng the tame strip of inchea twice and charging the tuyer accordingly. I found that in Honolulu some poultry dealers mit bl-icli fand and fimilar weigbtv (tuft with the feed they give the chiiketi thoy are about to st-11, and one an often And several cunces of such stuff In the crop of a bird. When you 11 many chit-ken at the rnto which p ul trv command hero, evon . such pelt? trickery becomes immensely pi oil t- nl lo." : ',," . POttTLAXI), Orcgan, March ;2L (no-latod Pros bj Federal Wireless) Mr. Edith Edna Hawley confeisej to the Klire yesterday thut ha lent IKiisoaed audy, not only .to th three U';i dauiihteis and th housekeeper of her htisbnud'a family, from whom ahe i :aiated, brt ahj to her own' ttle daughter. elt admitted that it' wa her denire te ratiso tke doath of . all her intended Victim. ;- Bhe. will b turned over to the federal authorise to face a charge ' of endiuj; o'on through the mail with the intent to kill. ' V ( . ' '.i.-.'-'f ' ' v. ' " : PBS m SOLVE HAY Bureau of Plant Industry of Fed- ' eral Department "of Airiculture Finds' Method of Curinff Alfalfa . Whicn 'May Result in Mlkinjr Raisin; ' of Tnat Feedstuff a , Great Indrustry izi 'fnesfr' Isl ands. ' " ' ', ' (From Patnrday Adtertiser.) The production of hlfalfa kay is de tined to become a thriving Industry Ja Hawaii, Dr. K., V Wilcox director of the (.xifriinent itation, stated, in an in terview yesterday., -Tlw buruan of plaot industry of the federal, Uopiijt incut of agriculture hn been investigating tho icience of hay-making over a arie ot years, with especial reference to utiliz ing succulent toroge croj , such a cow mmis, aoya beans, the clover aud al talf; -- - - .' ' Airnlfa makes fine hay without fimrh (liltieulty ot danger of less in the iril gntcd portioh of the arid anj semi arid Western States, where the air is t dry that it quickly tukc tip SU the surplus moisture from trie eut altalla. In the Middle f'ra rie fStat and in tno .South,'' hay-makim is a difficult- projio titinn, just a it i here in Hawaii. The plant industry expert have, been experimenting on the hay-earing proeeia In one o .the wet.flud sultry stretche of Misroiiri bottom latitis, Hiiere allalfa grows liike a weed, tit, it hn Ipeu tgn. sidered impossible, on account of the humid atmosphere, to da ahytliiri at alt with the. crop, . ' '. ' Drying Frocaaa Ferfected'. " After trying out a lot- of sugested methods, the expert hit on, an artifi cial dt-ying ptocess that has been jyt r ected to the point where It if ifo dbunced a, pheuomeital success. The green or wilted ojfaja .I 'handed 't'irecl from the field to a large air-tight baru, provided with steam boiler and cng'ne, network of steaul pipe- around the Wall and a blower outfit. . ' , ,Tbe alfalfa i unloaded onto an ele vntor belt, which ehrrle it. up to the gable aud dump it onto a ilow-mpving cndlo-bolt.' Therfr 1 a battery ef a doeeii or more of these endless bolt carriers, one atov tt.a other. . Thi new ly Cut alfalfa travels rlowly bark and forth from oua end to the ether through Ihe! atosm-lioiited air of the barnrDe-poe-ted first on the topmdst belt, it flrope onto, tie next and then the next, eonctantly losing moisture, until, when It falls off t)ieJ,end of the bottom belt, the alfalfa ( completely dried oat and ready, to. bale. . V".... v. '-'-'-' Artlflclfa Hay ii feiebest' ; : the Washington export say (that a Ixty hortepewer-4 boiler, , will supply heat and powef to cure tho hay cro frrm a hundrof are of alfalfa. Hay Which is artificially cured by th a proc ess H I rigtt ureen. sweet and frairrantl The hay analyres I ettcr than tl at edred in the ojicn, bring much richer (n pro lein. or'muw-le-making elements. All of the natrients.of ihe a'eam-eurfd hay re Also more digestible than in : the alfalfa that goes through the usual out-of-door curing process. . ... f ' . - ' : ;My Bolve Problem Ber. ( f'oetor Wilcox 'WlieVcs lht th a?-' plication of thi new Miosouri prrxemi ocsiir is ROirvg 10 help olve th bulM bay prol li'm. A Rood many thousand ton .of har are imported tutvmirht jnet a wo!) be grown in,.)lawaji, and uniloubtedly will, bo if the' uecefnl cure of the hy crop can be Ofsured. With an, oil-mrnlng jlant, kteam cured hay cau undoubtedly be produced In Hawaii wa lira ply as ia Mionri, Whero the department 0 agriculture expert reported the coat aa ten to twelve dollar per ton from field to bale, Alfulfa .hay eost about' twenty five dollars per ton in tho Ilnnolulu market. nd wheat hay more, Experi ments with this new method will un doubtedly be'made on some of the Isl and plantations and ranches, not only with alfalfa, lot with train, an I grain ttot . .. wr...v. .... . V . r . ' Snperlntendent of Fublie Wtrk Jfohn W. ( aldwcll yesterday throw out nil the bid which hajl been UItnilfed Bi1 were opened -on Monday for tho con-trm-tion'of the Klil'iimano and Kn poko hornet teail roads in South Hilo am) , the-Olaa Summer Lot road, ta the can of 'the j Knlaimano and K-n-poko bid the ufieriiiteiideiit stated yesterday that failure to conform ti rome of the formalities required in the tender wa responsible for thl action. The Ola Summer Let toad bids were thrr.wn out becas the figure for charing aud grading on thi Job were deemed too .excessive. j n likely that new tenderr for tbto construction of thse road add other work will be called ooit-bv ' the nnerinndcnt 'The contract for the construction of rne niuKnpu jiomestead roa-i In BoutH nnHia wa awanied yeate-rdav bv m peiiiitimdent f'aldwell to Arinll Herth. ers, tlio contract figure bolng ai,0(M), Th road to, be built will he three and a lalf miles long and will All In th road gii'i from the end of tho belt roal at the homesteads to Waimea village. Tli roadway will be twelve foot wide, built oa an eiht-'neb. rock iib-hae. A FAMH.T ifECESSITT. Kvcrv family should be nrnvidn.l ( hamberlain's Fain Palm at all times, Hpralu may tie cured in much loss time when promptly treated. , Lama back, lame shoulder, paina .in tb aUe and cheat and rheumatic palos are some of the diseases for Which it 1 especially valuable. Try tbia liniment and be come, acquainted with it qualities aad vou wll nver wifh' to bo without it. For sale by all Doalers, lienson, Sinitl a 1:0., Ltd., Mgent for Hawaii. , Mlffi 1 Hawaii Must Keep. Faith With San Fraixciscd, Says' Cover nor Puts An End to Reports That Sugar Men Had Persuaded Him to CalL OjV HavaiiTs Plans For Exposition.' (From Sunday AdVertiaer.)", ' Beporf Jn circulation that the trail ing mgar mon of the city were Work ing nport Governor Finkhara to have hint definitely chit off th . Hawaiian exhibit. t fbe San Ftancldco exposi tion next year, because of ttie .hard time faced by tb territorial govern ment, and further report tht th Governor wa inclined to accept th view of the ugar men that the Ter ritory eon Id not afford even the hun dred thousand dollars voted fof '.the exposition, were. Investigated by The Advertiser yesterday.-.; , . v ',',. -The result Is a doolaration front the president of the stigat pifioti'r' asso ciation that he personally, i not in favor of .the expenditure of tho exposi tion appropriation, bnt believe that the majority of business men favor it and is willing to bow to the wishes of the majority) a statement from T. M. Nwansy,- president . of Davie ft CO., that he i opposed to the participation of Hawaii at San Francisco and doubt ful of the value of the promotion com mittee' work generally, and a state ment from Governor Tinkham that Ha waii, hi pledged hcMclf to UKe ifl in the fair and must keep faith, even though the wherewithal ia going to be hard to A)Kir-y'y . Juan BUno's Idea. ' E. Faxra.piflhop(, president of : the planter' association, atatdd that while the treasury baa, not hny money to spare, . and, none at to waj4te, th government a well is the erttir busi ness community are so thoroughly com mitted to making art exhibit in San FtauciSco in Itflu that Jiawaii must go ahead wih it. ;, He tateil that his own personal opinion, and. tiiat of some of., bi associate (, had been that the Territory dull'nol afford.. to tpend iuu,uuv ror u-n a, porpose at. tni time, . . However, .he, realized that any oppositiia that . the ugar iatereata Experiment : Btfttion Director to jTitfUdajitaife'of Offer from . ' Elec' Company. ''1 ft " . (From Sunday Advertiser.) , Th Hawaii Experiment, Statioa i perf ectiag. plan to undertake; a- eerie of rold itrge experiment with trop ical ftuita,Dr, J5vW WUct ;Uted yeterdayt There- are a lot ef trop ical fruit that glut th market during tke summer time, ut-h as avocado, iU itarTaptdea. mhngoe hud lichee, which are unobtainable .during the wintef months. Tourist who come down' for th winter, to find out' that th( only fruit they can get are Cali fornia ap(dea, oranges and grape are much disappointed. .' , ,. -.';., The Hawaiian. Electrie Compnny has Offered Doctor Wilcox all the space he requires for these experiments' in their new cold storage warehouse on Alakea street free of . charge, j. . . If the right temperature and venti lation conditions can . be discovered, Wilcot beliaVe that a now industry of considerable1 troiortiona will be started tnk Hawaii," especially if, aa prelimin ary experiment lnuu-ate, . toe , ..jarvae aud egga of ' tho ' Me.titerraueau iruit- ny are killed by cold. WilcOx-state that th degree of ripeness of fruits is a powerful factor in their, preservation in cold atorage. The plant industry, experts in .Wash ington, who Jtav peen . investigating the : itornfre'.' aud transportation . of fruit sine tbe. Pari Exposition, put more .emphasis, on the proper ripenes aud the proper handling of. the fruit before packing .than 6a temperature white In itorae. The proper ventila tion of (torage room 1 lao held' to be ono of the controlling factors. -If the rilibt iiroeeilure tail be deter mined so , a to lengthen out the avocado or the ttiangd season three to six month It Is going to equaliae the supply, Wl. ai. said, and that will help both the grower and the consumer of distinctive!, tropiaal fruit. SRATTLB, March- 88, (Aolated Pre- by- Fwloral Wireless) Bett!e and tlio, vrrlou town of Alaska yc tordny celebrated the liossa-je by con gress of the Alaskan . Hailroad Bill, which providoa for the appropriation from the national treasury of t) 13,00 V i)m for the construction of a govern mvnt owned and controlled, fallroal in the northern Territory. The parade here waa tho most p'.e turer)ue in the history of .the eity. ! the line eo"4d I) seen practically everything typical . of tho i Alaskan trails Including pack hore, dog teaih, lOurdough, fur bond, shoulder pk.i, picka and (hovel, all attended or car ried by men who have been through thi Alaskan hardship.' . k ' ; .-u-i -. .it . . . BOaTOJT, March 22. (Asoelatod Presa by federal . Wirele) Governor Walsh yesterday refused to commute the lentence of death pronounced by the court on William A, Dorr of Stock ton,, California, wb -waa convicted and sentenced to ba executed next week for th murder of, hi , uncle, George E. Marsh of Lynn. I. iii ' i .. ' The board of luauugera of the Pe peekoo Hospital, Hawaii, ha appointed to be, nurse Mis Onqr Oblinger of the I'uunene Hospital, Maui, , She will auo reed Mis. Hpauldiug, who w'li mairy uext Mny, The po tion apiears to bo a io;ilHr one, there being uj less thnu six at plicauts for It. . could offer would be overruled, teft tq one, by tbe general bulfees Interest of the Territory. , ';t, Farthermore, he stated, th '' plant for a Hawaiian exhibit and a Hawa iian building have gone too far for th community to Withdraw without losing in the estimation of our California friend. , ' Henc the only course la to go ahead and make ih bent possible tise Of th appropriation. Everyone in the -Territory must get in and help . , . . F. M. Bwanxy Oppoaed. ' Francl M.. Swanzy stated that he thonght, that the Territory bad little enough .revenue lu alght to think of pending any money on a fair exhibit ia San , Francisco. - He is net a up porter of the work of th Hawaii Pro motion Committee, he aid, and i very doubtful a to whether the Territory received enough benefit front the kind of publicity it i getting to warrant continued expenditure - along .. that line. . ,..'''.:.', ,,. Owe It to Baa Francisco. Governor I E, I'inkhain ald; "We owe It to San Iancisco and the many friends that we have through out California to go ahead with the exposition plana. Hawaii haa not the money but we must get it somohow. "The Governor' 1 of the opinion that inaamuch . aa the people here bad put up aurn a narn ngnt to bavi the orig inal plana of the exposition manage ment changed 9 allow the sugar and other Hawaiian exhibit to be put all together in one building, ' and .then were given absolutely tbe best loca tion in the exposition ground there i no getting out of it. ' "This Territory haa obligated It self," Governor Mnkham said. "We must live np to th expectation of our friends on the Pacific Coakt." , He further atated that Hawaii would undoubtedly get out of it a good deal snore than wba it 1 going to eost in th year to come. Tht the good win ana rrtendsnip or Ban Francisco i well worth cultivating t Governor nnknnm opinion. Qoo$ Propjress Being1 Made on the .. fKau Boa4 vyita I Labor . , i vfrom riiglx Circle. .; w '!' (Special' Correspondene.) VOLCANO . HOUSE, , Hawaii, March 29. Life at th Kllanea Volcano Hofaei jit now ii t continual ronnd of long Walka and the shiver in temperatnr ringing ifficially frbnt 40 to 5 degree out of door and eomfort within. Tua u)i ha even been mow in appearing when the mercury ia so low, and Thurs day wa th first day fa mora than a week when Manna Loa wa Visible. Snow-capped Mauna Kea wa seen for a while on Wednesday. Steam front tbe crater ba quite abut out the view, for the wind ha been from the south, and the sulphur fumes have made it disagreeable at time. But the snfphur is the reminder during the day of some thing doine: . in the crater, while , at night th glow and the periodical out burst of flame from old faithful''! confirm It. Wednesday night the vw from the hotel veranda was one of Sublime grandeur. ' ' , . Steam Olonda. , ' A I! over the landscape,, including' tbe pit of KilMiea "d . the surrounding country to the northwest, i a n.asa ot jutting steam from the Innumerable cracks. Thi frequently (hut out the quarry site, a mile distant; Where many of Hawaii 'a grafters ire engaged build ing one of tbe finest road in the Ter ritorya f oad that heeda a tOHch of only three riiilea to join with that at the closed Crater Hotel. v , . , Diatingnished Laborer. On tho Kjwi ld-i- ef the Volcano House the new ruud will be on mure of a straight line) an ity gtode curve will be elimiutttiid at the eost. of a couple of feet of the Volcano House, flower garden. The avoidance of curve oa th entire line Seems to have been the object of the surveyor, and,. With good result, for it will mean greater safety for autoiiiobilit, of whom there ar many, iniring tiie week Just it but tw team have been wuen passing the hotel, while of machines the goiug ii'imt bo b continuous.; .- Tbercr-"ar two gung of prisoner on tho road sixty-two in hit with graft er about equally divided in the tan .l. The littlo old cnup who dynamited the houie of tho deputy sheriff at Laupi boehoo and got a stiff sentence work faithfully, shoving stone into tb crusher; a couple of Kona men whose public accounts were mixed with pri vate fund and used are at the same work. Over near tho jail aume of the better known Hilo efliee holders are en gaged in read-building, for there are no favorite. . ; . . ""''-. ''. .., '.' ' . . '.' Boosting fot Been. In Hilo, among some . of the men whose business take them around the court, there ia au expresed wish that Demitv Vllnr Atfnrnuv'ltMn h, dvan - ---- j - - " - " r a deputyahjp in tha attorney general K'i arimcnt. tie beaia an excellent re utation hre for ability and a desire to make good. , ; .- Parson Not Worryiug. ' . Judge , rarnoni,' ' whovh .commission wa reiic wed 1iy President Taft aud not coi firmed by the senate a conpld of year ago, i indiffereut aa to hia own appointment, and ba so written the Governor. -It i ild that wheu the list of rMOiiiiueudations fr paw lialiDd and the jude fotind hi name not mong th others, he wrote the Governor that the- omiMiion was (Ulte atisfactory k under th" virciinutauce) that he waa a. tteptilllcan, and if th apjiolntment waa. controlled by po'itir he would remain a Jtopublieau, hot bar or no. . .j. AFTER FINE Authorities Endeavoring to Se- Cure yod' t6 Provide Bhoot ' in Ground That Will Accom modate Entire Regiment Firing . at Same Time Would facil itate Target lractice and Place PostatroreA'rlny : 'FolloTTing the publication of inform a. from the headquarters rsf.i,e Hawaiinn Department that the target practiae at the various Army post thi yer w.ll be conducted nnder tha new 15)13 regu lations, word ha been received from Sehofleld Biirrk that the authorities at that poet are endeavoring te aeeur! funds to remodel the rifle range. Jt ia stated that If the funds are furnished ror the esired improvement and al-- HTinions, i no rcnoneui rang will b t - M . L . . . ,1 . ' una i mo oiipji riue range at any atv tion of the United States Army. The edcrers who are planning the al terations contemf la ted for the Sehofleld ' range intend to Increase the siae bf th butts and firing- points, to that the range will accommodato an entire regi ment firing at on time, The value of . this is apparent When It I undorstooe' that there ire three regiments at Srho- field which are required t fire the full I rifle course each season. In the past ' it ha taken nearly two months, and sometime longer, for each regiment to fire the course and clear the range for the next regiment. . Foster Worker on Bang. t'nder the new ytem of firing, aa embodied in the 1913 regulations, which, will be tised for the first time thi year, the three course for quaJiflcationa marksman, shnrpsliooter and expert rifleman will be . fired In the . order named, without any , delay totwoea courses. This is made possible by the , change in the regulations,. which call' for a araaller expenditure of ammuni tion than nnder the old course. . Tht three courses will be fired at ranpc of from two hundred to six hun dred yards, and loejf range practise at eight hundred and one thousand yard will be held simply for pract e and will not.b required In the' record efurse. .Thi will greatly facilitate going over the courses, as in tho p?t a considerable amount of lime haaben consumed, at the long ranges, where the, firing t nnretsarilv mueh slower. It I fcelieved that a regiment can . cotrlrleto it soiuon' pmctise under the new svstem in one month, if the range 1 enlarged to the proper ize. Tho three regiments will thu be enabled M finish up the season ' -work on the rhngn In a ahort time ant will have the advuntage of being able to eh03se ' me wit wcatner ror nrlng, ai alight dcla.va , by reason . of unsecamabl weather will not be auck a icrlou . matter.-' Advantage to Infantry. ' ', ' Another advantage will hr that t First Infantry, which i situatnd -st sire h a distance from th range that daily marches to and from fbe canton ment would be impracticable, will be. ablo to go info camp on th range, and, firing the entire regiment at ou ' time, complete ita practise in short order.-' ' ,.-'' ',' , The, best time' for flrinir an tWftdwi. field rango is in the forenoon, us later in the day the heat and hiiraqre make good work difficult," and troopa flrlng for record nr groetly han.lUappad wnen required to shoot in the after noon. F-riiiff la nsimllv commemred a early In th morning a practical le and continued until condition havo become so iiniavorablo that further nractise : wotiid lie nnprofltabie. . ., . A there re a great many men in the rlifTo ect ieniont( who ere at prei. rui eoKiing one or me otner 01 the qualification entitling them to extra. y, for proficiency in mhrksmanshlp, these men will rot ba req"ire to 'loo'; Tain for the same qualification int!l their preitent tjtia'lflcatlon ex;lrM. Thi win clear the way ror. the recruits, of whom each regiment has a large nnm-. her, to have the vae of the range meat of th time their organisations ae on the firing I, no, . ' , - ; ,. t ., SUFFRAGE CONVENTION. ALHAVY, New York, March. SI. ( Assoi-lfited Prexa Cttble) , Govermr ' (llvnn hn tolled a eouatltttllnnHl von- ' ventton. It may hlTert the status of woman' suffrage for thi State, - , , PAR1H, France, March 21. (Asso ciated Presa Cable) Madamo Henrietta Cailanx, who shot' and killed Onston t'almette, publisher of the' Figaro, aob bingly described the sensational assas ilnation todav in court. Bhe said that an abominable campaign, waged, for . veers againtt her huxbund, prompted her to do the deed. The rootri wa heav ily iriiarded while ihe wa giving her ory. ' v .'.-.'',. ..' " .1.' , SAN MATEO NOW POLO CHAMPIONS The Ban Mateo polo team defeated! ' Midwlek on March 10 at the Coronado Coni'try Club, in the closest and mhst . exciting game of the tournament. The (Mir we S to 4, one isfntv by the .' lopine team deciding the contest. , Thi give the Pacific Coast junior polo rhinidoiihip to Ha Mit?0. . TI result w a surprise to polo enthuai- rts. for MidwicU, on form wa plckutl to win. , ; , .- ,- ,' . . , .-. . , . ' SAN FHANClSm, March 22 (A roclatdd Pre by Federal Wirles) : B'anfrrd University defeated the Olvm- I pic lull yesterday by a score of fit to 3 in the track meet held at Htnn ford. - :- ' ,:.