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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912. -SEMI - WEEKLY.
NT E T
Premier Saionji of Japan Finds
HAS AUDIENCE WITH EMPEROR
Efforts to Secure Successor to
Baron Uyehara Are Vain
(Special Cablo to The Nippu .Tiji.)
TOKIO, Japan, December 3. The
entire Saionji cabinet 'will tender its
resignation tomorow, following a conference
held today at wlilch Premier
Saionji presided. Tho conference was
hurriedly called after an interview between
tho Premier and His Majesty,
Premier Saionji was received nt tho
palace, whero ho cxplainod to tho Emperor
his opposition to the plan of
strengthening tho Japanese army in
Korea, by adding to it an cntiro division.
He based his opposition on tho
financial condition of Japan, which was
such that it could not at this timo well
stand for this extra expenditure) for tho
Upon his return from tho palaco this
afternoon Premier Saionji called upon
Prince Aritomo Yamngatn, ono of tho
five powerful genro of Japan, and asked
for his assistance in selecting as 0on
as possiblo a satisfactory successor to
llaron Uyehara ns ministor of war. To
this request l'rinco Yamagata expressed
little favor and declined to take any
action. Tho Prcinior left his audlenco
with tho Prince very much cast down
and immediately cal'cd a cabinet conference.
Tho Premier explained frankly to
the members of the cabinet tho difficulties
confronting them, particularly
as to securing a minister of war. Tho
eonferenco cloaod, after a prolonged
discussion, with the decision upon tho
part of tho cabinet as a whole to resign
The crisis is stated to bo caused by
tho conflict betweon the military party
in Japan and the Constitutionalists.
December 4. (By Associated
Press Cablo) The armistice
which has been under negotiation
was signed late yesterday
by tho plenipotentiaries of Turkey
and o'f all the Balkan States
! )(C 3f 9p !JC 5fC C 3C JC t 1 V ( 1 "I t
BEADY TO INVADE SEEVIA.
(By Federal Wlrelesi Teleeraph.)
LONDON, December 3(Special to
Tho Austria is really
preparing for war with Seryla, and pos-
sibly Russia, was .made much more i
parent today with .the HMMiing of re-
ports that ono hundred thousand Aus-
ST.,. TJ .hiym,SS . .? nfiin '
A.UU5U.,, wvd.iw u.D.uwu.
It Is roported that immediately on
tho expected opening of hostilities this
force will mako a direct attack on tho
Servian towns, which are now unprotected,
and will sweep through tho
country and beat down any rcslstanco
on tho part of troops or peasants.
When Austria has obtained a
.i,ni o,i, -. will nn.ni
stranglehold on sno corapol,
i,.. recognlzo Austrian claims,
HEAVY LOSSES EEPOETED.
LONDON, December 3. (Special to
Tho Advortlsor) Latest dispatches
from Budapest say ten thousand Bulgarians
have been killed and sixty
thousand wounded sinco the beginning
of the war.
GREECE REJECTS ARMISTICE.
(I)j Federal Wlreleu Telegraph.)
SOFIA, December 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) It was officially announced
here this afternoon that tho
signing of tho fourteen-day protocol
might bo delayed somewhat, because
representatives of Turkey and Greece
are unable to Bottlo differences regard,
lng the evacuation of Janlna and the
Aegean Sea blockade. Tho other Balkan
States will sign tho armistice, leaving
Greece to continue the war alone.
Bulgaria's Armlstlco Tonus,
SOFIA, Bulgaria, December 3. (By
Associated Press Cable) Bulgnria has
couio to u definite stand un tho peace
terms she is prepared to offer Turkey,
mid tho Judications are that she will
remain firm. Further details of the
terms tho is prepared to oll'er wore
made public today. They nro pernils
bio n for the Turks to ruproYislou their
fortunes, to send supplies to detached
bodies of troops, und Bulgaria promises
to see that the supply parties are given
tufo conduct through thu Allied Ilium.
Tho blockade of the Aeuouu uud the
Adriatic sen It to bo raited, uud the
ariiiisiivu now iixuiiug will bo continued
until tlu llnul mtlloinunt of
pouie hutiviHin llulgurlun mill Turk.
UouuibhU mid Germany,
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the good gained by tho Balkan States
in their present struggle with tho
In a formal protest against the proposed
terms Orecco holds that tho only
sensible thing for tho Allies to do at
this juncture is to press on to tho capture
of Constantinople, or nt loast to
push the Investment of that city to
such a stngo that tho Turk will havo
no option but unconditional surrender.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
NEW YORK, December 3.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) No
item of swimming news has ere-
atcd such a stir in aquatic circles
In years as tho report that a
match raco at ono hundred yards
would tako place this season be-
tween C. M. Daniels, the idol of
tho American water men, and
Duke Kahnnamofcii, the Olympic
hundred motor champion.
Ever since the lanky Hawaiian
broko into tho limelight about a
year ngo, followers of Duko in
this country havo been eager to
see him pitted against Dnnlo's,
whom they still look upon ns un-
(By Flrl Wlrlni Tlfiph.)
SAN FKANCISCO, December 3
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Major B.
Frank Cheatham, Quartermaster Corps,
will resume charge ot tno army transport
service nt Honolulu this month,
relieving Captain Clyffard Came.
WASHINGTON, December 3. (By
Associated Press Cable) The senate
todny began tho hearing in tho impeachment
proceedings ngainst Judge
Kobert Archbald of Pennsylvania,
accused of conduct inconsistent with
tho position ho held upon the bench.
Judge Archbald ndinits acts laid to
his door but declares that ho believed
and still beliovcs them to hnvo been
perfectly proper. Archbald is n member
of President Taft's commerce
The trial may be oxpected to
off and on for some weeks or
perhaps for two or threo months and
inasmuch ns the sennto is duo to adjourn
on March 4, it can be appreciated
thnt this impeachment enso is practically
certain to provo tho big event of
tho winter in the legislative body.
Aside from its signiflcnnco this trial
before a jury of ninety men representing
all the States of tho Union is expected
to nrouso great interest because
such impeachment trials are exceedingly
rare. It has been seven years
sineo the last previous event of this
kind and there have been only eight
such formalities sinco tlio establishment
of tho government.
(Hv Federal Wlrelem TelfRTaph.)
"WASHINGTON, December 3.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Sccretnry
of War Stimson has returned from a
six-day visit in tho Panama Canal zone,
whither ho went to familiarize himself
with the problem of tho military defense
of tho Canal. His vlows on this
question will be presented shortly in
his annunl report.
"The Cannl is almost done," said
the secretary, "and thcro is overy
to believo that it will bo completed
well within tho timo set."
CTIt Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
WASHINGTON, December 3. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) President
Tuft todny submitted to congress a mes
the relations of the
:. ",' o '7 foreign '". 7, Z X r.
'foreign policies . of tho United
g , , , fl J (1 , , , b ,
fl, t f partisnnsU5p nn5 whol, . lVs.
nssocinteil from meilcnce3 n8 to l1o.
"Tl relations of tho United States
'"rninnin nnnn n snnml linaia nf nnncrt
hnrmony and friendship."
CHICAGO, December 3. (By Associated
Press fnblt) Jack Johnson,
champion pugilist of tho world, this
morning took out n license to marry
Lucille Cnmcron, the Mihvnukeo girl,
fr whoso nllegpd abduct on ho was in-
dieted for violation of tho fedornl
whito slnvo law. They wcro married
Jloving picture companies paid John
son fivo thousand dollars for tho picture
rights of tho wedding ceremony.
The negro is living nt his mother's
home nnd the ceremony took nluco
The police woro forced to send patrolmen
to preserve tho peace. Tho
chief of polico refused to permit tho
moving picture men to oporntc. Tho
wedding was followed by a chicken
fOv Federal Wirelati Telecrapli,)
WASHINGTON, Docember 3.
(Special to Tho Advertiser Captain
Kobert Dollar, of Snn Frnncisco. beforo
a senate committee todny, recommended
ennnges in tno soamnn's involuntary
servitude net mid declared his company,
American owned, operated under thq
British ling forty per cont. cheaper
than it could under tl(0 Stars and
Stripes, becnuso tho laws of England
were not so "stringent."
n ... .-
Mlv Federal Wlreleu Telegraph
liONDON, December 3, (Special to
Thu Advortinor) Tho Dally Tele
graph I'okiu correspondent states
that amoiig tho ilemaiida nf Kiutdn for
tli M'ttli'iueui of the Mongolian qms
tlun U n cIiiumi which ntntiM tlmt Itus
Ui U ileUirinlmttl to obtain railway
romioitloim with her l'mlwu linn, not
"illy nt rrgu, lint In tlm wttirn
HilmliiUtratlvo eimtur nf Knlido,
Tlitt remaining donminW of lliittla
r a. ynt h nmtt or of rmijMtiiru. but
"I in U!n.l tlmt thny nt fill )u
UMKUIt. U UlllHMtf illHIOr.
trial date is Vet roT
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PROPHET BLESSES MORGAN.
NEW YORK, November 23. J. Pier,
pont Morgan was written down yesterday
as ono who "had dono "considerable
philanthropy" when his library in East
Thirty-sixth Strcot was viBitcd by
Abdul Baha, tho Perslnn prophet. After
tho patriarch had wandered through tho
trcasuro rooms, ho paused beforo tho
album long enough to writo a blessing
on the financier and thereto append his
autograph. Beneath tho Persian script
his companion, Dr. Amccn Fnrocd,
wrote this translation:
O, Thou Generous Lord, verily this
famous porsonago has done considorablo
philanthropy, render him great and doar
in Thy Kingdom, make him happy and
joyous in both worlds, and confirm him
in serving tho Onenoss, tho world of
humanity, and submcrgo him in the
sea of Thy favors.
ABDUL BAHA ABBAS.
On Ms visit to tho Morgan library
tho prophot was cscurted and introduced
by tho Persian Consul General, H.
WOMAN KILLS EAGLE.
MATFIELD GREEN, Kansas, November
19. While Mrs. Jennie Swift
was crossing a pasture near her home
she discovered a ls"ac caglo which ap
parently had been irounded by hunters,
standing in her pch. Although armed
only with a buggy whip, Mrs. Swift after
a half-hour fight, succeeded in kilting
the bird, which measured seven and
one-half feet from tip to tip.
KILLED, NOT KIDNAPPED.
BUFFALO, November 1C Tho body
of seven-year-old Joseph Josephs was
uug out of a trench nt Lackawanna,
near here, todny. Tho boy had been
missing since October 12. It was believed
thnt ho had been kidnaped. His
tntlier, .Ueorgo Josephs, oltercd a reward
of $1000 for tho recovery of his
boy but no trnco of him could bo found,
although tho polico and privnto detec
tives had conducted a search. Yester
day the father, who conducts a gro
cery store in Lackawnuna, received an
unsigned postal card saying tho boy
nail been murdered and lus body hidden
in the trench. Tho body was found
exactly ns tho card hnd said it would
be. Tho card was postmarked Chicago.
MIKADO HONORS AMERICAN.
NEW YORK, November 24. John J.
Carty of New York hns been created a
member of tho Order of tho Sacred
Treasure by the Emperor of Japan. Tho
investituro with tho insignia of tho order
and tho presentation of a diploma for
valuable servico to Japan and her
have jiiBt taken place, tho ceremony
being conducted by Mr. Y. Numano,
consul general nt New York.
Mr. Carty also wears the decoration
of the Order of tho Rising Sun, conferred
by the Into emperor after tho
closo of the war between Japan and
Mr. Carty is chief engineer of tho
American Telephone nnd Telegraph
Company nnd his methods of telephone
engineering were thoBe adopted by the
Japanese government engineers after
they had investigated tho subject in all
European countries and America.
70 KINDS OF TROLLEYS
FORM UNIQUE PARADE
NEW YORK, November 21. Tho
streetcar magnates of New York City
turned aside from their dnily Toutino
today to furnish the city ono of tho
most unique "parades" over seen here.
It wns n procession of streetcars showing
the types that have been in servico
in this city from tho timo of tho old
horse-drawn vehicles to the double-deck
car thnt is to bo put in operation
on Broadway. Nearly 70 distinct types
of cars havo been used in New York
since the first street railway was established.
Horse cars were followed by
cablo cars and then by electric cars of
many varieties, tho "latest being tho
pay-ns-you-enter, tho hobblo Bkirt, or
stcpless cur, and tlm
503 BUSHELS ON FIVE ACRES.
ATCHISON, Knnsns. November 1C
Fred Brown, whose farm Is northeast of
Muscotah, grew 503 9-12 bushels of
corn on fivo acres of land, and won the
first pnzo of $300 offered by B. P. Waggoner
last spring for tho lnrgcst yield
on fivo nercs of ground in Atchison
county this year.
Louis U. Cook, northwest of Norton-
ville, took the second prize of $100. Ho
raised 4u bushels.
T. A. Bishop captured tho third
prizo of $75. Ho lives in Benton township,
south of Effingham, and raised
Ocorce Dclfeldcr. near Efllchniii.
Tnised 452 bushels, and got tho fourth
prizo or sd.
James McCoy of Potter took fifth
money, which wns a two-row cultivator
Instead of cash. Mr. McCoy liau 435
Twenty fnrmers entered tho contest,
nnd tho smnllest yield for fivo acres
was 283 bushols.
FRENCH PRISONERS REVOLT.
ROOJir.STEK, Frnnce, November 10,
Five portions wi'ro killed mid threo
wero wounded In a revolt which look
placo In tho prl.on hero todny,
nvernowerrtd their guards uud shot
to ili'iilh tln wtirilun ami his wlfo. An
iillli'lal nnd a sailor, whu w'iit In tho
iiislttiinco of liiu wiinluu, worn
Troops wurn .iiiniiiomi.1, and nfur
kurniuiiillnu tlm IhiIMIhk, drovn the
iiiiilliimii iiImiiin to tlm tun iluor nf
tlm pilwii uud ktlUI nim nf iliwin. Tlm
Inn rliiulnniloi. Uuilwuil! Oituiiiolviu
in it ll tvliU'b tlmy ileitmUd dtfaiw
Mini). ThK)1 liimlly neuiwlllm) tumid
1 1) biHilU fmi'rul ut I In- priMiivn
tMd 4unuK Dm Mifru).
BTOUN ID YEARS AQQ
IUII (Mil Hull Mutuv, rtutHHiUnr II
A Itltff muuiiul uf wll4 tilt vl Utl
Hill 41Ini flum iUvtyti M VIh1I
III It ' nWHituyr llUrr Uni tlrilUtWH
if til Mu Mat fi.UHit l.un hMjrl 1)1
IU imff ! II- kw Mi till i,, it
mmi Vmli uiu?
VIolctc went to tho cliff for a load
of rock and in handllng.the stone camo
upon tho sllvorwaro, which was covered
by rock earth and underbrush. Tho silverware
is worth $1000 or moro and is
part of plunder Valued ut many thousands
of dollars stolen from tho
residence A largo sum of money
and much valuable jewelry wcro never
DEAD MAN ELECTED IN IOWA.
CARROLL, Iowa, November 10. Attorney
General Cosson has been asked
to dotcrmino what happens when voters
elect a dead man to office Victor
Schlrk was olected county supervisor
altor no und been burled livo days. A.
A. Patton, his opponent, who received
half as many votes, is claiming the
election. Tho case has been sent to tho
head of tho Iowa legal department for
AIRSHIPS FOR SHIPWRECKS.
WASHINGTON, November 18.
Navy officials aro contemplating the
adoption of a spocinl type of flying ma-chino
as a moans for rescuing persons
from a disabled Bhip nt sea. Ono of
three boards which aro ozamining life-saving
dovlccs has been in session at
Newport News, Virginia, and tho flying
machine wns ono of about sixty devices,
many of them of foreign make,
which wore submitted for examination.
Other boards havo been holding sessions
in San Francisco and Manila, and
when all of tho recommendations nro
received tho Quartermaster Corps will
determine what devices shall bo purchased
to be installed on army trans
GIRL IN CUSTODY,
M PAYS II FINE
McCorriston Pleads Guilty and
Cathcart Rows With
(From Thursday Advertiser)
In the presence n score or so of
ministers of tho gospel, tenchers und
other persoiiB interested in the case, Edward
McCorriston. pleaded guilty in
.ludgo Robinson's court yesterday morning
to a statutory olfenso involving a
pupil at tho Industrial School, and was
lined fifty dollars and costs. Tho other
charge against him, that of trespass
was dropped, tho prosecuting attornoy
declaring that under tho ovidenco no
jury would find him guilty.
Ovidenco in former hearings of the
cases showed that tho Hawaiian girl
with whom McCorriston was guilty of
misconduct, had been guilty of previous
lapses from virtue; thnt ho had not in
any way assaulted her, and that his
alleged trespass consisted in his visiting
her nt the homo whero she was
staying while out on probation from
tho reform school.
Tho hearing, aside from the attendance
of prominent people, wns marked
by a verbal altercation between County
Attorney Cathcart and Attornoy
Wndo Warren Thayor.
Cathcart took exception to an article
uppenring in Tho Advertiser yesterday
morning, in which ho was quoted as
saying "Tho interest of tho public bo
damned," when questioned by Attornoy
Thnycr as to tho reason for his
for McCorriston to plead guilty.
Cathcart declared that ho had, not
used tho words imputed to him, asserted
that tho article was inspired, und
that tho man who had furnished the
articlo to Tho Advertiser had "falsified
Cathcart said that Thayer had asked
him on Tuesday ns to tho disposition
of tho enso, which ho considered as
rather improper conduct for an
in viow of tho fact that lie, Cathcart,
was tho public prosecutor in tho
enso. Cathcart asserted that what he
said at tho timo was "My notions aro
determined solely on what I think tho
ense demands, nnd not on whnt the public
denmiids," nnd further thnt tho public
might sometimes lose sight of tho
fundnmontals in the case itself.
Just aftor sentence was passed on
McCorriston, Thnycr approached Cathcart
and a heated exchange of words
began. Tho debato wns waxing warm
with charges nnd counter chnrges flying,
when Bishop llcstarlck appeared
in tho rolo of peacemaker nnd called
Cathcart awny to a conference.
Attornoy R. C. Peters for
made a brief, but clear statement
of tho enso, which carried weight.
Cathcart took the ground that men
must bo taught that they cannot go to
private homes for unlawful purposes
with impunity, but that In this instance
ho was posltivo thnt McCorriston could
not bo found guilty of trespass.
Cathcart devote tho most or Ills
timo on tho floor to explaining his position
in the past ns to tho prosecution
of such cases, nnd assured those present
thnt ho was ready to do his duty
in tho future.
Harry Lake, detective in Cthc.irlV
(illlci, informed some of thono present
nt tlm trial that with the ovMtmcn of
public mipport an shown by their
lu court, he thought it would
lie easier In tho future to got
in this uln nf casus. Ill tho
punt, lio wild, hn luid nnrkitd hard to
gut proofs but found It very dlillrult.
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Sir Thomas Lipton Is Enthusiastic
EXPOSITION YEAR BIG EVENT
Col. J. F. Soper, With His Friend
Sam, Boosts H. P. Wood
"Sir Thomas Lipton wanted
Colonel Parker to challenge him
right then nnd there, but Sam
said, 'Nothin' doin'. If I do,
people nt home will think I had
four or fivo cocktails and was
tuIMng tluough my hat." Col.
J. F. Soper.
COL. J. F. SOPER
Who, with Colonel Parker, boosted tho
coming 1913 San Francisco-Honolulu
yacht race with Sir Thomas Lipton.
(From Tliursdny Advertiser)
"I am not much verbed in yachting
matters, but I know the coming 11)15
International yacht race, in connection
with the opening of the Panama Canal
and the great San Frnncisco Exposition,
is going to bo the biggest thing- of the
kind ever undertaken," sanid Col. J. F.
Soper yesterday when interviewed .by
an Advertiser reporter.
Colonel Soper returned yesterday
from a visit to San Francisco and ho
was just bubbling over with enthusiasm
over the coming race, the exposition
nud the opening of tho cannl as woll as
over the important purt Hawaii is destined
to play iu these world events.
Together with Col. Sam Parker, ho
met nnd chatted with Sir Thomas Lip
ton several times in San Frnncisco. Ho
saw nnd spoko with Sir Thomas tho
evening before tho doparturo of tho
great yachtiuun for Los Angeles on the
hitter's return to Eugland.
"Colonel Parker nnd I had nn interview,
with Sir Thomas Lipton nt half-past
eleven of his last day in Snn
Ho received us with cordiality
and immediately launched into yachts
and yachting, tho San Francisco fair
and the Panama Canal," said Colonel
Soper. "I suggested to Sir Thomas that
it would be a great thing to hold a race
between San Francisco and Honolulu
in 1015, and Sam agreed heartily with
me. Sir Thomas took kindly to the suggestion
nnd began questioning ub right
awny on the matter.
''Ho thought it was a grand idea nnd
would, if things could be arranged properly,
like to bco the raco brought, about;
would, in fact, hiniBelf tako nn active
part in it.
"Ho wanted to know how long it
wns to Honolulu, and we told him the
distance was only twenty-one hundred
miles. 'How is tho wntort' nsked Sir
Thoiuns. We nnswored thnt nt tho
proper yachting season It ns fine, much
better thnn nt nny time on tho Atlantic;
thnt the breeze was fine and sailing
tho best thnt could bo found on any
' 'Can I get n staimcr to follow mv
yacht f ' iiHked Sir Thomas, nnd Sim told
him thnt was an easy innttor. Then
Sir Thnmiis looked over nt Sam nnd
said, 'Colonel, I wnnt you to challenge
mo right linre, mid if yon do I will take
you up,' 'Hold on,' said my partner;
'if T do, pcoplo nt Iioiiiu will think I
lunl luid four nr fivo cocktails nud wns
talking through my lint f but the thing
will be nrriiiiued nud Hawaii will rhal
Imiiih yon, nil right.1
"fir Thomas tlii'ii mid lie under-flood
ho wna ulviwi a prnvlilomil
anil Mould lot it yo nt that until
wi could himr from homo. Ho nlnted
It wni vwry llkulv Did Hwpernr of fler
many umiU out it n yacht nnd the
Klny nf Bpulii nilslit poiilily b In
ilurml to alio nmo ill for Hi" 'rl nt
llm thliiy. rrnncn would vory II My
follow suit, suit for ill bn liiirw imhmv
nlliHr Huruiflii luunurDui nguld lm
tvuiul lu lulu till itre'MMiON with
iMr wht,iwuKtHl iiirgtuijHii'M,
"'In rnir4 le Owl Imutlu, jfi
Uttl UutV If lll) Will IMV H IMI
lu rfpiMnui wv vMuuirv but If I urn
gUti il llUrit Mil humt I Mill MU
twiUii nip ruin ' uU Mir TlM
n Ui ibiMtf wr Tlum m m
w Md tutik tMlier hwiiw h
'I m iuiliiu idiuMnli lb ! iu v f
vwu inlil 1'
In iiyar4 lu llHH'i i'wiiUlitt
Ik k turn? Uiuiilfiv ikl nit
I 1 WII di(4ll4 r W Wg u
matters nnutical in tho yacht lino but
ho thought Hawaii would have to wait
until after tho rules, for tho coming
raco nro 'established as theso will no
dOtlllt tTnttrn tl.n .Int. nf l.nnla In lirt
built nnd matters of a liko nature
ino uonst pcoplo navo gono into
this matter thoroughly an,d nothing will
be left undone which mny bo deemed
noccssnry for tho success of tho race.
On anything touching tho gTcat San
h mnpnr Avrmnltl.. nit flin Pnnil nnn.
pto nro ns a unit on ibo proposition. I
- " 1J IIIIU lllkU 11 It D MJ
ftOSltinn ntrnrvtrtinrn nnd In Atnnttl1iitir
I-" '" vtlJ HUklU ttUU AU UbthUtJfj
itiornin noon nnd night and a littlo
nf . flint .. nntilil U- tinvn Tf
of iv BUUUIU L7U DHUIIU Utlti At
will do good.
"Whr. wtln iwn a .ni.nl linnd.
of Europe interested In this yacht raco
iuu vuuiu worm win navo us anenuon
attracted to Hawaii and wo will reap
the harvest. If T tnltn n. morrnnnrv
view of tho matter."
Col. Soper Btnted ho had heard in San
Frnncisco that tho Japnncso Government
would spend a. million dollars in
erecting its exposition building. Ho
nnd Sam Parker were taken by Dr.
Howard of the Hotel Stewart and
shown nil over tho exposition sito.
iius win do tne .greatest
tUnltV flVlT nffnrf.,1 fn nvnlnit Tlnnrntt
as a tourist nnd vacation resort," said
a. wood, secretary of tho Hawaii
promotion committee when asked what
ho thought of the pronosed 1015 vacht
"I do not only consider thoro will bo
n frood vm1ifa In ft,a voaa i.t T
also look at tho character of tho ovent
when several crowned heads will think
enough of it to havo tholr sailing
talce part in tho ovont. Even
if Sir Thomns Lipton makes tho only
i.uiujiuau entry ins prcstigo alono will
nillkn it fl TrPnl Oll.lt.aa Tlm nA..nlln
of having tho yachts coming into tho
...inu utcuii iiiruugu ino i anama
Canal will induce n good many American
lllillinnnirpa rm tl.n
CoaBt to also enter tho raco and moro
so M royalty puts its sign of approval
on the Tirnnnsitinn. fnr trnn.l Am.,!.....
ns we are still there aro thoso rich
who like in hnlmnli will, flm.o -l.
wear crowns nnd somo of them will
have their only chance of meeting tho
representatives of theso monarchs in
such an event. This will later givo
them ontrce into royal circles, for
competed in n raco with royal
ynchts will admit them into tho magic
"Honolulu will naturally bo tho rendezvous
for the yachts which will enter
the raco and Hilo nnd other points
in tho Islands will benefit by sido visits
of tho boats and crewi. It will bo tho
means of bringing to Hawaii thousands
of tourists and untold wealth. Tlio
coming of tho yachts will start a move,
ment which will bo continual and mnko
the roturns from tourist travel second
in importance only to King Sugar in
"Honolulu will benefit by it and so
will Hilo nnd tho volcano. Maui and
Halenknla would get its share and that
beauty spot, Kauai, will como in for its
"Tlw nil mnqna 1 TT.!! 1.
...mo, .n AjiiM.ui uo represented,
and well represented at that, in
the cominrr 1915 transnacifin rn ."
MARINE OFFICER'S PILIKIA.
MARE ISLAND, Novomher 8 First
aeutonant Ward Ellin. TT. s r n ,-
mer atliletiA nfllpnr nt thn rn ti.t
mnrrno barracks, is to b& court martial-
on. at tno yard in tho next week or so,
according to orders rccoived todny" from,
tho iudco advocnto irnnnml nn .lion,u'
unbecoming nn officer and a gentleman.
jiumors tnat ljiemonnnt Ellis was
likely to fnco a court martini Vinnr.r
wcro placed in circulation early this
iiiuiiui, wnen no was ordered dotnehed
from tho cruiser Buffalo, whero he hnd
command of tho marine guard, and
ordered back to tho yard barracks a
few- hours beforo tho vessel sailed for
It was said that Seertnrv Afnvor nf
tlio navy was responsible for the order.
1TE JiH YET
Will Remain Here Until April
Before Joining Regiment
Acting on tho supposition thnt Capt.
Clyffard (lame, quartermaster corps,
was n "Mnnchu" he wns recently ordered
by tho war department back to
bervico with troops, but this supposition
has proven to ho incorrect as his
detail with tho qunrtemustcr department
1b not up until next April, and
until thnt time he docs not become a
full-Hedged "Munchu." An order was
Usued recently relieving Captain Gamo
of his duties hero on tho ground of his
being a Munchu, and to correct this a
ntntement hiiB boon forwarded to Washington,
Alnj. 11. P. Cheatham is now in chargo
of all brunches of thu quartermaster
coins liU'. C'uptuiu Cook, who wns iu
churgo of tho pay olllco, la now acting;
under JIujor Cheiitliuin. tnptuiu Cook,
uxpcits to bo relieved soon.
dipt. Italph Lister, reccutly assigned
from Hohoflohl Iliirrncks tu tlio Q, Jd".
ilupurtiiieiit will be In chargo of
liicliullii both coiuniikiury mid
di'pot iiiiiterinl, t'nptiilii LiUf, who win
noon bocDiiin it major, hiiWnj; lit'twi
tu taku tiliuruu uf tlm
work nt KoliotloM,
Ciiiiiuiii Hull, rtH'imtly of tho J'ifili
t'iviilr, iii.w with tlm ij, M
him ulrimily UMiiioi'd . luirnn uf
u(iirulloii work nt iimtnui in placo
of Ciipliiiii Ktlwuriln,
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