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CVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1912.
CUBA FEARS NEW
HAVANA. Culm, Doc 1G The sug
ar in iking liimlnoHn of Culm Is serious
) tlirt'iitcni'il. niiurillng tn the Chnni
Iht i)f I'liinnicrie of F.intl.igu do Culm,
which h.m Just petitioned Hint u lirnv)'
export ihity lip levied on blocks of
ilcult cnlcil sugar enne n exported from
tho Preston estate, on Nllio Hay, In
AI.ii in Ii.ih (.proud In lliiMiim. I'nr
elgn consul are Iniostlgnllng In orilcr
tn report nntliin llnlUtly to their homo
iilllO'H. If the ilPHlccallnn process
prove thoroughly successful mnnufui"
turois Kny II Is illllliiilt lo uverestl
mite Iho revolutionary effect It -Hl
have. They declare Hint Culm will
become ono viihI rime lli'hl, hut Its file1
turl'os, III nlilf.li SOO,000,000 lb now In
vested, will dlsnpptnr.
Tho desiccation process was tried on
II Hlllllll HCIlll! 111 WIlKOtlxltl nlioiit two
yens nr,o A largo pliint wnn Inter
en i toil on the United I'rnlt t'oinpiiliy's
pl.intnllon nt Preston, In Santiago ile
Ctiln province This plant Ihih ii ilnlly
cnp.ull. of 11)0 tons of pith mid lllier.
The tune Is thrown Into a hopper, from
which It In fed lo a Kliredder After
..I.. r..1ill..f II. i lll.np noil ttltrlf nrn 'fill-
'" I".". "" ""
vosctl lo a drier, whiro the water s
ellinln.iliil nv evaporation, leavniK inc
lr llhir mill nlth containing tho su
crose. The llher mid pith lire then
haled fnp shipment Tile sugar Is aft
trwanl extracted liy a process of tllf
fiislnn. mid It Is asserted that hy this
pincers nil of tho sugar In the cane Is
iiblulncd leaving the lllier and pulp
In the form of cellulose, which cm ho
lined for the innnufnt lino of paper.
. Big Claims Made.
It Im ciiulcndoil that the greater re
nder) of sugar Increases tho return
on each tun of cine Ijy $3, mid thcro
Is mi additional 13 or $1 on every ton
In Hie vuluo of the cellulose Weeks
of this nonprossed llhcr mid pith were
.1 1... .l ... ..!. ..'.I 1 .ul V.i.li.n.il tv.
Iil'.'lilt 'U ll . .nn. n ,." .......i.tn. ,.-.
povitlon 1,'xpcrlonccd sugar men at;
llrHt lowed this process with con
OF SUGAR CROP
Tim annual simunao of Hie work of j
a I.iiko siiRur conterii 111 that City.
Rlx'es a lathtr faxor.ible Inipresslon ofi
Die lluaiiclil i "million of tho if mlsh I
ll'ul t.i.ll. u 11 kl.tliit ll.nl iliirltit- llin'
past husliiei iar the siiRar canehar
ext was full iih Rood III iunnlily as
It li.ih extr hot ii In prexioiis yiars.
mill .lllhoiiph tho iitiitllty of the cann
was nut up to the usual standard, the
Inciensed prltes of MiRar have iiioroj
than made up for such ilellclency
Wllltt tc (Iraj'H ok 1 1 male for Ht i
Volx this season, triishliiR for whlcli
IiorIiis this month, Is Ji',000 tons ofi
siiRar, or the same as tho yields In
l'JlO-11 and l'.'O'J-10.
Cuban Crop Breaking Records.
HAVANA. Cuba. Doc 2 1. That the
tomliiR siiRar nop will break all rec
ords appears now to be reasonable ci r
taln. Consi rvatlMi authorities, who
uicntlj ucciplod 1,700,000 tons as Iho
hlRhost possible production for Iho
ji'.ir, now predict 1,825,000, which would
oxi icd tho 1 1 cord of l'Jll) by 25,000 !
'Other authorities place the estlmalo
ns hlRh as 1.57.1,0(10 ton)..
Tho Inn ease is attributed lo the con
tinuance of warm weather, nliic.li h
faxornblo to the mouth of enne In
dications nre tint Iho Rood nt-ntlicr
will contlnuo ilurliiR thu RrludhiR be.i-
Shortage of Great Britain. '
The siiRar shiuliiRO and the question
of Iho supply from Itussli was iloli.it il
111 the House of Commons Iho llrst
wiok of Deteinliti', hoforo tho meetliiR
ul the lnliiiiallon.il KiiRur Convention
on )i comber 8.
Twelve months uro tho wiiolesalo
pi Ice of surui III Kiielaiid was 'i 18
pi r huiiilredwclRht (112 pounds). It
has Inncastil to SI.2T, per hundred
welRht, beinR nn Inircaso of nearly 2
ii'iits per pound
It has boon Intimated that If llussl i
Is not nllnwiil lo si ml a biiRtr supply
lids j ear out of Ih aiciiuiiilateil slock.
lioiit llrltain may wlllulraw from the
siiRiii' iiinVentloii. consihtliiR of thlr
tien Huiopcaii powers Under the
rules of tho convention Ilussl.i Is nut
pcrinltttd to stud mora than 200,(i0()
tons of siiRar wostwnrd In any Riven
jour Hy far tho Hreuttr portion of
thu westwrird slilpliicnts ru to Oreat
llrltain In luniuiutnco of tho dry
milliner, there was u Rreut shortiiRe
In tho ('outlncntiil crop thlr, year.
In thu London Daily Mall of Novem
ber 2.1, 1911. It Is stated 'that Ger
many, whh h furnishes thrce-iiiurtirs
of (irtat Ilrltuln's supply, hud n dell
ilincy this ear of 2,000,000 tons (ton,
2210 pounds) Wo must lime siiRar
from somewhere Ilenco tho decision
of Hie RiiMrilment that Itusslu shall ba
allowed to semi us M0, 000 tuns morn
than usual, Tin re Is leason to billevu
that tho parties to the convention urn
nut unw'lllliiR to allow this uif a special
arr.tiiKcincnt for an nhiiorinitl jear."
Possible Effect of Great Britain's
'flie peisRllilo erfoet of lio vvllhdrnw
ul. of (lieut lit I tn In fiom tho conven
tion upon Uiltisli bucar rtiliicia uud
tempt The company which Is now
working n. muling lo It nt Preston,
had iii.ilntnlniil Kllenee, neither an
swering nttneks nor cxphlulng moth
oils "This pinions has heen In tho ex
perimental nlase fur two or thrto
years," unlit a prominent sugar innii
with Inlet ests In Culm nnd New York,
icferrlng to the new method of ilontdo
cntliiK sugar enne, ' hut so far ns re
ports which have loino to me go the
chow that It has nut jet passed thai
tinge My Information Is that the
t'lilinn end tins gone, very Well, that the
shredding mid diving processes uro suc
cessful, hut thofo has lieen tcimddc ruble
dlllleulty In extracting tho sugar fiom
the dried product In this country.
."The sthenic In the minds of the pro
inolils of Iho process Is to bring the
ilrlul product north mid to send It lo
hoot silgnr extracting plants during the
dull seiKon In that Industry 1 ho
llow (hat the shipments width !me
hoi a worked on nlreadj wcro sent to a
plant In Wisconsin.
"Important If True."
'There tall ho no doubt nhout the
Interest hi the process or about lis Im
portance It successful, hut the attitude
among sugar men today Is one of ex
pectation They want to wait nful see
what the process can really do
"With the sugar schedule lis It Is nt
picsent the slgnlllonnco of Iho proems
Is that Iho sugar would ciuno III us
sugar cane and would ho subject to. the
duty on that commodity, ii.unclv. Jit
per cenl nit valorem The duly on
sugar list If Is III Iho neighborhood of
51) per rent. Tho dlrfeienco gives n
margin worth working for If Ihopros
ent taiKf sthednlo should stay and If
the process should prme really suc
tessrul. there woulil undoiihtcilly he n
radical ihanRe In the siipar Industry
"Mr Andrew (1 Preston, preside nt
of the fulled I'mlt CtniUMii)', who Is
Inttresttil In the process. Is cry en
thusiastic nhout It"
maniiractunrs Is set forth In an nr
t It to in the Klnancl il, CinnnHrcl.il mid
KhlppliiR Supplement of tho London
Times of November 21, 1DI1, us follows-
"If Ore.it llrltain withdraws from tho
ion volition as siiRRcsteil, Hiiro Is little
ileubt that tho iffiet of such withdraw
al would be serious) j ft It by homo re
ntiers and manufacturers. It Is he
llo veil that hy such action the colonial
trnile woulil ho seriously Injured, ns It
Would be Impossible for llrlllsli export
ers In Ru.ir.ilileo that they have not
lined bounty-fed siiRar. Tho effect
Upon the iiinfectloiiiry trade mlRht ho
even moie serious, ns It enn hardly ho
MiotteiL that the other countries III
the lonveiillou would continue In llnR
llsh exporters tho advant.iRes lliey havo
hitherto enjojijd with reRiird totrailo
with tboso countries In the coiiventlon
It Is not cnnMilircd likely that In tho
event of the withdrawal of Oreat
llrltain nny of tho countries represent
ed In tho convention would revert to
Iho old lioiuit) system, hut they mlRht
t.1. lilt some advanliiRo to their eivvu
Rrovvers which would cause capital In
bo withhold from tho revlvhiR enno
"The best way out of tho present
Impasso would he tho rcionstitutloii of
the convention on lines which lundo
rocoRiiltlon of tho chaiiRcd condlllons
of tho liiilusln "
The grow Iiir of beeta for seed In
Poland was dinted tblrtv ti.rs uro
and lias bt 011 brought lo a lorlnlu pir.
fectlou, so that the lotal jioeil Ciillt
upiils that of Iho foieiKii, mid In ninny
tnscs it has tin nod out much better.
This pirfectloii. however, was pot eas
ily attained Onl many years' systo
lualle anil tarcful work In solotllouluis
broiiKht nhout this Improveuitnt
Tile help recelvtd fiom the louil slig
ht rellnvM lias In en of great nsslst
unco, while liifiinnaHiili rcgarilhiR the
proRress nnd dovolopinont III beet-seed
culture was supplied hy tho experi
mental station tt tut Ik il to tho Museum
of 1 till u-tr V and Agriculture It Is now
hoped that, ll.iv Iiir overcome the most
illllU lilt part, sleps will be taken to
tnke advantage of what has beta
It apptars, however, especially lu
Soars when tho beet sted crop Is lim
ited, that those Inli rested lose their
opportunities, because at such times
Herman wholesale dealers buy tipcaily
Iho Hotd from tho planters In l'olaiul
and Vnllijiilu nt tbe ny lowest prices,
uud when the season for tho demand
ttimeJ around the l'ollsh siiRar refin
ers (lint themselves coinpelltd to buy
b.iik this sumo seed fiom tho German
firms at Rreatly enhaiiciil prices Such
was tho situation: In MOD, which was a
vny had year for heft seed In 1910
tbe pure huso by foreign III ins ceased,
us il was 11 Rood crop .war This soar
forcl.sn agents showed 11 great liullna
llnii to buy again, and It appears that
large ininiitltles of sied have been 1011
lratlodfor This lends tn the belief
that Hie Beasuii'R ciop will not he large,
mid Vthirc-foio those parties Interested
You have lo Ret tho II ill I o-
tin lo Ret the nows
This Is nlivu)s true, nnd never
nuiro so than the last few weeks
when the II ul lie tin ami the
5 It 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 exclusively has glv
: en the public lis llrst Informu
' Hon on matters of greatest Inter
's est. To show that HiH Is npprc
"! elated the follow Iiir letter ro-
ceived In tho uioniliiR mall Ik ii
' fair sainplo of tluf seiilluieiit of
the re.idliiR public tlimuRlioiit
tliu Territory of Hawaii:
S Alea, O.ihu, llnwall,
I- Mil Jaiiuar, 1M2.
Hlr HaxliiR liikon out Hie
llulletin for Iho past month,
and IioIiir Rrcally ilellRliteit wldi
the same, I desire to continue my
subscription Jor three months. I
shall probably ho In town on
Monday, when I shall call nnd
pay tho subscription
, Yours truly,
: : : -:
111 order to moid any posslblo ile
la, oulsldo of Hie usual routine, In
connection with tho extension of
Illshop utioet ntid tho closing of
Union street tho Rovcrnmciit will
withdraw tho piece of land now ho
Iiir udveitiseil alt he curlier of Union
stiect, accortliiiK ! opinion this
Thu land now advertised Is wauled
hy tho Kroner cslnlo to siii:ito oil
their property In that 'neighborhood
so Hint t lie new building that Is to
ho encteil thcio enn ho liullt along
William Wullcrs recently hi ought
an Injunction milt ngiiinat ilie land
coniu)lsnloner to prevent Hit sale go
ing nhend anil this intimitis J. It. (inlt
end Attorney 'Anderson, representing
Iho llrevvcr llslate, 11111110 the reiiuest
that (lie land he withdrawn until tho
lllsluip street oMl'iislun had been put
through uud Union street rinsed,
diving lo the Increased volume of
work Unit Is being handled by the Ter
ritorial marketing department anil tho
necessity for protecting shippers of Im
lianas mid pineapples, a capable uniii
will be iippohittcl to help ns assistant
to Miirkitlng Superintendent H. T.
Kturrctt. This Is tho decision arrived
at utter n conference held In tho (iov
eriior'u olllce this morning
The mntlir was taken up hy Iho
Governor, Klchnrd Ivors, Albert Wa
terhouse, W M (llffnril, It A Welti
land, liinl ('iiumilssloner Charles S,
Judd, H T Hturrctt mat Hccretnry 11
"c'oopornlloii of the marketing ele
pnrlmi ul with llihso In charge of tho
IIrIiI agulust the Meilltorinuoaii fruit
Hy ivns taken up and discussed," said
Iho (iiivenior, "mid the matter of ob
taining 11 proper Inspection mid a cer
tificate for growers shipping bananas
uud pineapples to the mainland fully
Bono Into This Is lo bo done with 11
ovv tti minimizing as far as possible
against the danger of tile fruit Hy being
tnl.i ii'lntn California Hint ulsii with n
vhvv to rnliiclm; (ho hardships to Iho
shipper al that end by pieviullug fu
migation and more stringent roRiila
Huns than would bo otherwise neces
sary. oiiLLa" Ann .vit
me warned to bo careful 111 cutcilug
Tho miIiio of sugar-hoot seed export
ed lo the t'nlliil States from tho War
saw tonsillar illslrltt for tho years
IliOR, lino mill 13HJ wasrespecllvily,
tliCIX, twill ami J7,r,',1 This sted
was shipped t hh lly to Callfornhi
'Iho United .Stales imported of Sagar
ins t seed n lotal of 9.201,1:17 pounds,
worth C0t,9Jfl, In tho llscal ear lOO'l,
and 10,o()3,07r pouiuls, worth tr.CS.Ull,
In 1910 (t Is admitted free of duty.
The seed Is not Rrimu In tho Unites!
States OMh farmer at 1'illrfax, Wash,
who has been producing It In n llni
Hid way, states that ho has now dis
continued boil -si oil culture. The sug
ar Inet Is 11 biennial, requiring two sea
sons to develop the sted. It Is under
stood lh.it not only Is the prleo high
er this ear for siigar-btet seed, em
aciount of the shortage lu Uiiiope, hut
H111I It will piobahly ho still higher
next sear, us Hie small heels grown
this season for the crop next year did
not develop will The Dcpiitment of
Agileiilturo Minis that the Imported beet
tied Is showing ih tei loratlim In recent
icnrs; hence It. Is highly deslnlblo that
the Setd should he produced In thu
United Stalls The Ilurcaii of Plant
Industry Is (.'(inside ring some expirl
nients along this lino next s'ear In tho
Shenandoah Valley of Vliglnhi II,
l Associated Press Cable )
I'CKINO, Jnimniy r, In n IntHf
today between thu rcvobilliiiilits and
Imperialists near ll.mkiiw Ton of the
ItnliurlalM vvcio killed anil wounded
Moro henivy lighting Is exported be
tween tho two sides within Hie uixl
lew tins s.
Near l.tinclior other tierce hVlitlng
lins been Indulged In hy the two arm
leu, .iccoiding In a lopmt received
here, llrlllsli and Herman (roops havo
been Bent from Tientsin (11 proton
foreign Inlciests In the illsnirtelcd le
NANKINO. .limitary 5 -I)r Sim Yat
Fen, president of the new republic
las Issued a malilfestn to the l'unei
declaring the estnhllshuieut of a sta
ble government In China and (ho nb-
rtlshmcnt of nil trade restrictions.
He asks that the 1'ivvcrs will aid
Di'd not hinder the (onsuimnnlion of j
Iho proposed plans for the progresi
. I China under Ihe new government
DEAD ADMIRAL IS LAID TO REST'
WASII1NC1TON. .Iiiniurs 0 - With!
(ilciiin pomp mid ciemmis mid vvltlu
every military, lunar ami other honor)
llio nation could bcMovv. tin remains
of "Klglillng Hud" HvaliH weie liornol
10111 Wnslilfigton lo thcli eternal test
li:g place at Arlington Nntlm1.1i Ceme
tery across the I'otoiutie today
Prcsldctit T.'ift and memhers of the1
cabinet. Admiral llencv mid stores or'
liiival oIllcerH, Cencrnl I.etiiiaiil Wihmi!
1 hd high olllelnls of (he Arms, foiolgn
uiiilnssailors, inlnlstets and ciinsiil.it
lcprcsent.illvcH weie mining those,
who paid Bllent tribute to the mom-,
nry of the illustrious hero nnd fol-
le.wed tho draped euisson ncross tho
J.eing Ilrlilgc tint 1 caches over to Vir
lu the funeral pmcesslon every arm
itml hrauc.li of tho military and naval
cMiihllshniculB wore represented. TI10I
government departments, vvero closed
ilurliiR tho hours or the services and
1 majority uf the laiger husliiess es
t'thll'iliiucutH of the Natlon'K capital
showed tho esteem In which Hies held
iho memory of Iho dead by suspend
Multitudes of pcoplo hindered tho
line of tiinrcli and still gi eater crowds
wcro at Ihu fainlliis national burs lug
place Ihe Westminister of tho Unit
ed States when the last riles were
being pel formed.
WILL HAVE FURTHER
INVESTIGATION OF DYNAMITERS
INDIANAPOLIS. .Inuu.iiy r,. Oscar
J.ttwlcr who hies been In .iHeti-lance'
hero on Iho grniidjury Investigations
of Iho n.itlon-wltib djnnnilto plots ns
liought out hy tlie confessions of the
MeN.im iras has left for Washington
At the national capital ho win con
fer with President Tail and Alturnes
Oener.il Wlckorshani on the hitter's
return fiom Panama noxt week.
Lavvler was adviser to the district
rltorney'B olllco during the Investiga
tion at Los Angeles.
FATAL DOILER EXPLOSION
IN RAILWAY SHOPS
LOS ANfilXICS. Jamiarj Ii Two
wen weie killed and threo fatally In
jured In a holler oxploslou which took
I luco lu tho shops of the Southern
Pacific iiillio.id ut this city today.
No cnuso is I'uowu for tho cxilo
tlon. OTILL IN8URGING.
iJI'FilNCRKLU, .laiiu.tis fi. Senator
1 a PollcHo in a speech hem Ihlseven
Ing advociled tho Initiative, referen
dum utiil lecnll ns measures s.ifc
giiaiilliig Ilie rights of thu con'miiin
SEVERE COLD WAVE '
THROUQH MIDDLE WEST
WASIIIN'dTON, January 3.' Within
n raillus of duo tlioiiB'iud miles from
Ihe (Ileal Lakes Iho cold 'weather Is
Iho worst cxiioHoneeil In'jenrs. Thoie
havo been eloveti deaths lu Chlcigo
.ml nine lu Uanniln from tho sovoiu
Tho tliorinmiiolor lins gnuo down In
forty-two below zero and thoro Is
iuiilIi htiffeilhg among the ismrer
u'liKses for whom tho uxttcmo cold
lias gieat lerrois.
In tho Catwullan norllivvest tho cold
Is Intense, Iho loports from Hint sec
tion giving foity degrees below1 as the
WOULD MAKE SUFFRAGE
NATION WIDE AFFAIR
WASIIINOTON, .lanimry r..-ltcpru-i.otitntlvo
John i:. linker of California
has liitindticod a hill into tho hotiso
iruposlni; nn niiicthlment to tho Con
Btllutloii giving tho women of tho
country tho right of tho billot
Our NECKWEAR showing
for the coming season is a
wonder, and each article is
correct in every particular
color and cut.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
NEW YORK EXONERATED.
NP.W YORK, January 5-The Na
tional lltischnll Commission has exon
eialed the New York National ftom
anv part In Iho ticket sc.itplng r.can
uils lu tho pennant series pl.tsed with
WOLGAST OUT AGAIN.
LOS AN(li:i.i:S, January G. Ad
Wulgast the prlzo fighter Is out uftcr
I1I1 Ihrenlciicd attack of pneumonia
Ho was operated on for appendicitis
and threatened wlih pneumonia with
in 11 few ilasa.
TROLLEY INJURES FOUR.
CINCINNATI, .laiiunrj G. Kourpcr
f oils were fatall) injuied In. this city
today when a trolley car Junipcil a
bridge .1 short distance, from town.
DURNS IN HOTEL.
CIIICAHO, Juiitiary 6 Tho Transit
llniiFii lu this city hiirned tonight and
1 bellboy lobt his life III tho llnnies.
SCHOONER IN DISTRESS.
ASTORIA, January G. Schooner
Catsy Is reported In distress a inlln
fiom Tillamook Has The vessel car
.les 11 crow of ten men.
HUGHES COMEDY CO.
When the 111 tn In drops for Hie last
time tonight at Ihe Illjou, the twit
iuiuiIIih' tiigagiiiitnt of the Uughou1
MliKltal Ciiuiedy Cuuipaus will finnu
to 1111 1 nil And a happs two mouthl,
II has bten fin the people of Iliinoluh
Vlei lake lu the circuit of theater
linlir Ilie in iiiagcmi nt of thu II01101
I ilu AuiUHCiuent Company '
AIHioiikIi the IliighoH ttiiup.iuy Is h
the front rnnl. as an amusement 11B1
gregatliill, It N to he fulUiiveil sburtls'
by mil' eiiualls as good lieu W'lui)
will open at tho llljim on the llfleeulll
with 11 band uf Jelly t iiteilalnt rs Hint
H iiccreililed Willi povvcis to make it
tlgar-stnro Indian laugh and In thu
Hinging line it can't ho beat.
Tonight Will be a sort eif farewell
hlght for tho Hughes company, nnd
tin re are said to be gnat dolngh lu tho
winds as logarils gifts of appreciation
to the elitertaliu rH of this well-organ'
lnl troupe Thtru will bo a matlneo
Hilt afttriiiiun by this "Jolly baud," and
It in expetltil that thu htiuvi will bo
croivdtil Tim llUKht'M aggregation
will leave Iiir llllo 1111 Tiiesda v , where
II uctk will ho givtu to entertaining
the people nt thu ltalny City
Tho regular vuudcvlllo program will
he resumed at tho Illjou oil .Monday
night, and there will bo nn bicl. of tu
tertulnlng features Scliune and Tripp,
reported to ho top-nolcliirs when It
mints to utmb.ilH, will bo presented,
Anita Dins', vvltli litr band of I nil noil
nmnkevx. will bo it wlmlo hhnvv in
tin niMolvei 'Iliese, wllh moving plo
Iiii.m and old favorites, will round out
1 -t oiitoi mining week.
V Ii il a man lins doesn't count
iiiulIi as what ho docs with It,
ROYALTY WAS SEASICK, THOUGH.
"BRITANNIA RULES THEMES"-
LONDON There Is much ipilct
nniusetnent In society and In clubs
'ner Hie distressing details of Iho ro
iu voyage to India which arc arriv
ing hy the Incoming malls and overs
0110 hears tho well known pitrlotlc
lino with Tom Hood's famous addi
tion; If Ilrllniinla rules tho waves
I wish she'd rule them strnlglilei
It nppenrs that Queen Mary was j
terribly III that when tho port bole of
tier cabin was smashed nnd the wtter
flooded her apartment uro was mi
able lo move hand or foot Tour blue
jackets carried Iter drenched innjcsly
on a stretcher to another part of the
ship. Half of tho crew was prostrated
BY C. S. ALBERT.
( Pueclal llulletin Corrrntmnileiicf .)
WAKIIINirrON. I) 0 Dec. 115
President Tcft performed one of tho
highest duties of n good and gener
ous A merit an MIIciis. In the Into nli
ernoon of Thursday piccciliug Christ
inas. With tho Impetus of 11 mighty
Ynlo football plusor he iiiiule an 0111
vvaid nnd forvvnrd rush lo bus Christ
r.las presents, Ho dodged between
wealthy and mor us he iiindn his run
Ihiough tho shopping dlstrlit.
Hut ho had good Interference, al
I lough those who, flgurntlvcls, tackled
I Im did not know It; tho omnipresent
.ilnjor Aichle llntt and the tigllo Re
crct Service Agents Wiieclcr and
Hloin weio at (hi) Pieshlent's side,
elbowing away those who crowded him
(00 much on his way to his go.it. '
While lu 11 hooltsloro, 11 s-oung army
lieutenant Inloiit on his examination
of some editions do luxe, collided with
the President oblivious of tho fact that
ho was jostling his coiuinamlcr-ln-chlef.
Mr Tuft was ctiiallj absorb
ed with Major llntt In selecting somo
ninnies uud failed to nhservo thu nlll
DESERTER IS FORCED TO GIVE UP
Without clothes nnd apparently In
lo?tltiito clrcitinstnnces, lister Crow
ley, n. United Statos soldier from I,ol
loliua, who deseitcd last Rcptemliur,
surrendered himself to tho deputy
sberln of Kohnl.1, Hawaii, mid was
brought hack to Honolulu this morn
ing in thu Manna Ken.
Crowley, according (o Chief of Do
jtctdit's McDulllc, who also returned
tod.i) from llllo, where ho took 11 I'll
ipiuu piituiiicr nine 1 uesuay, siaieii
f pcnlamln Clothes I
by the violence of Ihe sens' and even
King (leorge, who Is usually an ex
cellent sailor, disappeared for three'
Injs, after which he cauio on deck
nnd Irleii to divert Ills thought and
sternly his untas) stomach by read
ing the most sensational novel ho
As for the suite, not a single mem
ber pul In an nppoaranco for-dnys.
Not otilr wns the Medina thus
ttencheioiiHly hufTt'ted but on atioll
or ship Uidv l.onilci.oroiigli was so
III that nt one time hei life wns dos
Countless Klniioul nnd her husband
vere so iiset Hint thes could nor
continue 'ho vos'ago and are now ro
ciiiiernting lu the south of Krance.
AS SANTA CL1XJ
In an li'tervnl, Mr Taft paused to
lake hre.ilh nt 1' and Kloventh streets,
l.i the very centre of the gridiron ijlv
cn over leuiH)r.irils to Christmas
riiKhes. Thelo man) persotm recog
nled him and piused to look lit him.
ficnator He) burn stoppeil to ask sonie
thlng1 aliout (ho series of messages
now being iiolil to Ihe Capitol.
"O-0I1," mtirniiirred a nervous llttlo
weiiunii, "that is tho Presldentl".
"Yes," replied a good housowifo
passing hv, ami Hint is Chief Jus
tice White wllh him"
Hueli Is 'Senatorial fame!
When Iho President had comnletotl
"ills iiurihiises, after ho hail been com-'
i"i:sscd lu Iho shops like n halo of
cotton fur export, ho expanded, so to
my; hecniuo more leisure!)'. Ho gas
ril In tho shop windows wllh tho In
torest of mi admiral just returned
fiom a thrco scars' crulso.
Mr. Taft bought much Jovvelry, many'
hooks ami other such scnslhlo gifts,
nnd ordered enough turkeys to mako'
certain Unit ovcry Whlto Houso em
iiloyco woulil recelvo 0110 for his.
self to tho deputy sheriff of Kohnln v ,
When tho Deputy Sheriff of Kohnln
lnililcd Hie Miiunn Ken wl'.irf llllfi"'
morning ho took the prisoner to tho .
police 1111I1111 vvheiicn ho was taken,
Pernio 1 in- 1 niieii ritaics iuslrlct At-
Itorei i Hi htiiin foi further tnvoatl-,
nil' -ii i Ih lii'lleved, said McDuf-j
he Mils morning tli'lt Cinwley
1, i. I up lu oilier mutter which will!
uiim- tlie United State civil author-
ttle.i lioUlliin Id m for furtlier luvestljl