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Sugar Status Discussed
In All Its Many Phases
Washington, Jan. 21. Tho Cuban) the price of raw sugar, but not on re
reciprocity hearings were resumed to fined, tho prlco on tho latter being
day before tho Ways and Means Com' ' fixed In Hamburg. This reduction
in I tt co. with a large attendance ol of duty would not Inure to tho Cuban
those representing the beet and cane planter, but to the foreign purchaser,
sugar, tobacco and other Interests op-1 Ex-Oovornor Warmouth oi Louisiana
posed to concessions to Cuba. 1 ho made a vigorous speech opposing con
attitude of tho riawallan sugar plant-! cessions to Culm. It was n proposl
crs opposing concessions to Cuba was "on. he said, from the "syndicates
presented by William Haywood, for .'and grandees of Cuba, who had tho
mcrly United States Consul General ' cheek to como before an American
at Honolulu and now representing tho Congress nnil ask that tho Industries
Hawaiian planters nnd the Chamber ol of our people shall be destroyed so
Commerce of Hawaii, .n tno course'"" ncy "' mao money om oi
of his statement he naTil:
"Hawaii Is not opposed to Cuba be
ing assisted if Congress in Its wisdom
decides that the United States Is nior
nlly responsible for Cuba 8 welfare. i'n
glvo to Cuba n free market for her su
gar will bo to give an alien peoplo just
as much advantage ob Amcilcan citi
zenship gives to Hawailans, and the
extra advantage of not being obliged
to conform to the stringent laws re
garding labor and Immigration. With
annexation Hawaii lost her uest source
of labor supply Cum. 'ino Islands
aro so Isolated that labor docs not nat
urally come to Hawaii, but must lis
sought. All her fowl, clothing, machin
ery, and, in fact, everything but a Tew
vegetables, comes from tho States, and
the only thing she has to pay with lH
What was most feared, no said, was
that freo trade with CuDa, or sonio
thing approaching that, would be
brought about, and that meant ruin ta
Hawaii. Hut a smalt concession, say
10 per cent, would not be opposed by
Tho llcnubllcan members of the the California sugar producer, to
Ways and Means Committee arc be- j members of tho committee. Spreck
will nt first hesltato and eventually
turn Its back upon tho further devel
opment of beet sugar and throw 1U full
force Into tho tropical islands which
we hac unduly fnvored and stimulat
ed. Sugar production In Cuba today
Is firmly established and the chief In
dtistrj of the Island, i-.vcn our ene
mies must admit that beet sugar Is at
the M-ry Inception of Ur development
In the United States.
Oxnard charactcrlred the Cuban
proposition as most vicious nnd asked
why It wns that the American sugar
Interests should be singled nut for sac
HAVE YOU LIGHT ENOUGH ?
This question presents Itself often
to the n" 'chant and also he ,yios
lion, Aro they sat'atT mry'
the new arc lamps
now being Installed by us rcolvo the
hearty endorsement of ivery one nho
uses them nnd we have recommenda
tions from the most prominent busi
The cost of this light Is much loner
tlinn that of tho Incandescent. Ol.r
lamp giving five times the amount of
light for tho same money. They aro
steady, brilliant, of great penetrating
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REDUCE REFINED TARIFF
Ho referred to (leneral Wood's ac
tivity In the movement, which lndl
catcd that Governor Wood had be
come Infntuated with Cuba and his
Spanish associates, This might bo'-s
nnrt ,,f Mm flnvnrtinr rlnnprnl'H dlllv
but It had not Improved the credit ot ' Washington, Jon. 23. A plan of re
Americans nt the banks. The speak- tallntlon Is being perfected omoM tho
cr mnlntnlned that tho Cubans who heet sugar Ilcpuullcans nnd Demo
were urging this concession were buy- "nts ' the House to overcome the of
Ing their goods In Spain and England ,or,u of " sugar trurt to Imvo the
and yet "had tho check" to comojo, v,uuun lurm ii-uui-i-u. iu.-iiyL-u-.iii
an American Congress for help.
James W. Post of the New Orleans
Hoard oi Trade, J. S. Karr, Thomas S.
Wilkinson. Georgo W. Mott and I). T).
Coiett of Louisiana all opposed Cuban
Robert Oxnard of San Francisco
and D. C. Corbln ot Washington spoke
for the beet sugar Industries In those
localities, their arguments being sub
stantially on similar lines to thoe
During the examination of Robert
Oxnard, Reprcscntatlvo Long present
ed n letter from John D. Sprcckels,
ginning to lino up for the flgTit over
Cuban reciprocity. Representative
McCall Is. tho first to declaro himself
openly in favor ot reciprocity. Ho
mado tho following statement today
as to his position: "Our beet sugnr In
dustry Is a rapidly growing one, and
should not bo Injuicd, hut It seems
clear thnt It would not bo affected at
nil by a moderato reduction In the du
ties on Cuban sugars. So long as wo
els in his letter said that In his opin
ion the beet sugar In (Hi 8 try could
sthd a small cut on raw sugnr, but
not on refined sugar. Oxnnrd declin
ed to discuss tho statements In
Sprcckels' letter. Owing to tho large
number of persons desiring to bo
heard. Chairman I'ayno decided to
continue the hearing tomorrow, those
opposing Cuban concessions to have
until noon, after which hour u Is ex-
import. In addition to Cuba s crop, n.l'ectcd that some of tho officials of
great mass of sugar, paying the full -uua win no nearu in lavnr oi reel-
duty, raw Cuban sugar In Now York
will bring tho foreign or Hamburg
prlco with freight and Tull uuty milled.
Tho full benefit of a moderato rciluc
tlon would Inuro to tho Cuban produc
ers. The success of tho little republic
Is hlgnly Important to ourscUes. It
OXNARD AND CUBANS
Washington, Jan. 22. Tho heariiiri
will mark the noblest results of ' tho 1 ?n C"lan reciprocity was resumed bo-
war with Spain, and also aid us to
solvo righteously our Insular problems
In another part of tho world. '
LOUISIANA IS HEARD
fore tho Ways nnd Means Committee
today. Tho beet sugar interests ol
the United States occupied most of
tho time, being represented by Hn
ry T. Oxnard, president of tho Ameri
can Dect Sugar Association, nnd by
delegates from those States Interested
in sugar. Tho cane sugar Interest!
nlso were well represented.
At tho outset Place, at the head ol
the Cuban delegation, mado n state-
Washington, Jan. 23. Tho Cuban
reciprocity hearings before tho Ways
and Means Committee today were tie-
VfltPfl flllpflV In tlin Btltrfl,. Inlnrnat, ,.f
Louisiana, who aro oppesed to tho mt',nt. to cI(:'a1r "P misapprehension on
proposed concessions to Cuun on tho Cllto" position. He had argued for
ground that It win cripple tho sugar frco tra,,c- Uo 8al''- ns thnt wnR tM
production of that State. A number ' Parno8t wlBh of c,lla. Hut while this
of tho largo planters nnd mnnufnetur-' wa3 the Judgment of tho Cuban people,
crs of tno state wcro present nnd tho h-' nlll,l. they deferred to tho judgment
allied Interests of beet sugar and to of ,n' American Congress on tho whole
uacco. winch are similarly opposed to I question, no aiuieii:
Knbn of California proposed tliv plan
which was enthusiastically received
by tho Republicans who aro opposed
to tariff reductions. I)y combining
their votes with tho Democrats thero
will be sufficient strcngu. It Is thought,
to force through a measuro reducing
tho tnrlff on refined sugar from Ger
many nnd other countries, This Is ex
actly what the sugnr trust docs not
want, and n vigorous campaign In Its
favor will havo tho effect of bidding
tho trust pauso in its etiorts tn get
raw sugar frco from Cuba.
Whllo the sugar trust and Its
friends howl nbout tho obligation of
this country to glvo relict to Cuba,
they confine their solicitude to tho re
duction of the duty on raw sugar only,
which lnclucntnlly means larger profits
to the sugar refiners without reducing
tho prlco to tho consumers. .Vhenovcr
the tnrlff on refined sugar Is mention
cd the ndvocates of the Cuban tnrlff
shake tnelr bends tin- say it Is Im
possible and unnecessary. With the
solid vote of Mlon.gnn nnd Cailiornla,
combined with the strong contingents
from PcnnsyUnnln, . .sconsm, Con
nectli-ut and such strong delegation?
ns that of Loulslnua, strictly In lino. It
Ih believed a strong light could be
mado to reduce tho tariff on refined
sugar, which would be strnilng thr
trust in Its tendcrest spot.
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Postofflce Box 57
concessions to Cuba, also were numer
Tho opening statement in behalf of
tho Louisiana Interests was mado bv
J. D. Hill ot now Orleans, an extern-
"Wo want whut you will grant. 'ask
ing no more, not ns much ns we are
able to concede to your proiluceis.
Without suggestion ns to limitations,
leave to your statesmanship thn
McCULLOCIi AI-TER CONDOR.
Son Francisco, Jan. 'it. Yesterday
afternoon tho revenue cutter Hugh
McCulloch, In command ot Captain
rolling, sailed for a cruise In search
of the Ilritlsh sloop of war Condor
which Is believed to have met disaster
on tho trip from Victoria to Honolulu.
The Condor sailed from Victoria ovc
six weeks ago, and advices from Hono
lulu ns late as January 10th stated thai
tho vessel hail not arrived there. Tho
trip of the McCulloch Is made ns a re
sult of an appeal made by the Ilritlsh
Umb.iss.uloi at Washington to the Sec
l clary of the Treasury requesting that
revenue cutters keep a lookout for the
Condor. Thero Is thought to be little
likelihood, however, that the Condor
survived the terrific storms that raged
oft Cape flattery nbout the time the
vcbsel was off that coast.
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Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD DUILDINQ.
,lv. ,.!.,. ir .-., .,.-. .."'"' iv.- iu juiii Dwin-miiuiirui
I , " ' 7":." ..."" . r ,'Y-" .""" ao relations which nro to prowill bo-
mnvnmnnt ,i o..i .......7... ." ' twccI " Tll sovereignly Is yours Washington. Jnn. 24 Since ox-Sec
Ktmw thnt , ,i.f "", ' ' ' . '. . . ovor both nllko, and your doteiinlnn- letnry of Stnto John W. Poster np-
Cuba would make tho sugar trust tho1"0" wl" ',0 llcc'cI'tl'1' y us fully and poured before tho Scnato Committee
ron oncflclary count. uitW that Vir frrcI' as ljy the American peuplo tbom- on Immigration yesterday morning as
ganlzatlon n colossal monopoly In ! tclvca." the attorney of Minister WuTliig
Cuba. Oxnard mado an extended stntement Fang, and thus by proxy succeeded In
Hill said It was a matter of amaze- 'of "' Position or tho beet sugar asso- Rotting tho arguments of tho nstuto
ment tnat at a time when Germany d"11""- ": Chinese i against exclusion presented
wns using the utmost effort to dovclon ' "Stripped of Its sentimentality and heforo tho commltteo nnd Included In
tho sugar Industry thoso who ropre- a" extraneous considerations, nnd n P"bl c 'locument, there lias been n
sent tho American imnnln hn..t,i . reducing tho Cuban .lvmnml for f Great denl of tallt among tho national
slder n proposition which w
tho effect of destroying the
would havo or freer sugar to Its simplest equation. '"w?k!:! Th" Slnl," "'i'Sti'
o American It Is this: Shall tho United States "1 ,, 5 .M,, iaJJ?.r" B."u'
Industry nnd or placing tho production through Its ngrlculturlsts produce Its m , ' ,0. "' th. "g1 ,lISl?h,"n$Efn
' iSTn'.wcr To fuut,"onsnbv''Ttenro J '.r 'a,? n",U, 'TTT' " '" ' IBtatton" mat ?t dhS
in answer to questions by Hcpro- from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific, re no fnr npm,in ? .iiRinnrn in nnnroclnte
sontativo Long of Kansas. Hill said Its products, or shall It permit ferclgn u,e brains l certain moves
a 30- per cent reduction would reduce- lands to export to It the raw material I B
and content Itself merely with tho ro
fining'' That Is what i fear would
ovonlunlly como to pass If you Inter-
fcio In any way at tho iiroscnt tlnio
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krerr kind of ileafnm and illfllrult hrr-
llir ('Mil 1 (llirflt tlVmiP ll lnHKlln, nls
those hHTlnjt been born ileaf nro Incuruble. .InUfi wltll tllO exIstitlK production of homu
"lirJ,pJ5.ef?.,"!"!'en,?P"l,c Riicnr. rnnltnl-ln tlmlil tn n ennt .In.
uurvuaa. LH.n.uitniiun ana na fire i. r. Kiftf " --- -- ,
m can cure lilni.flf ai bit own liume at vcrj greo. and shnuul CongrosB decide that '
mtioeipenie. .,.,, Cuban sugnr must bo helped at tho ox-1
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