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HAWAIIAN 'GAZETTE. TUESDAY, - JANUARY 27. 1914. SEMt-WEEKY,
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Canal Enginoef Elated First for
' Civil Governor 5 WXoni 9 and
: Then to Superintendent Con.
rtrudioa ol Government Proj
ect u' North, Say Friends
": Hesitates ia Accepting Police
' Conunissioaership. ' ,
WASHINGTON, January 2.( By
Vt(rnt Wireless Telegraph) -Colonel
Uootbala i te be made Ovil Governor
rof ' tli . Canal Zone. ' When lie la
through with hi work there aud. hi
pinna orgauiaed ami ferried into oiwr
ntion,. an effort ia to be mule to havo
' him BiixlntiBil tha construction of
tha Alaska railroad. '
, Thia ia tha opinion expressed yester
' day by several person here who are
' close -to the administration, ':,,:
; , They were commenting on the re
ports , that the Panama Canal en
gineer will accept tha 'aw York polite
' convniesioeerahip. ' .
- . (Associated Press.) '. :
PANAMA, Jnnnary 26.(By Fed
eral Wireless Telegraph) Friend of
Colonel (loethals, fculh here an.l ja the
States, have atrwnglv , advised Kim
against accepting the New York police
eommissioneriibip which haa boon of
fered him by John Purrov Mitchel,
mayor of the City of Now York,
. It ia known that thfl view have
: had. a great weight in influencing Colo
nel Ooethals, and he ha reiterated that
ha ndU net accept the important JH)xt
im Hew Yeitt until tbe completion aud
operation of the Pajiama Canal.
It ia thought bote, that the agitation
atarted by Newt York to have Colonel
UoethaJs direct tb policing of that
' city will hasten action ia Washington
. toward tha . establishment of. a perma
nent government on the, Canal Zuue,
THIS IS CEBTMNLY F1HE
HISS FOR m MEN
'..' BALTIMORE, January Mere man
f 1914 will be ie- the. modest Mushing
violent eU i the atyle of, i clothe,
oeording to tha creations being plana 1
. for him by th National Aiaoriaiioa of
. Clothing Peaifrner in convention Itere.
. , 11 it ai little rloth aa4aavbU .will
be naad to frame ia figure.. ;., v-.
- ,, It will ,f Unif ta W form Hke tighta
to tie ponv bullut dancer, . . .
. Quiet trolora with a dtyidixl leaning
to the. ober abat1 will be offereil'
He will tie eaved from fomplptc ebli-
' Yton by wild deaigna ia overcoats with
t at wing elee.vpa. am) horse blauket ef
.tofta,, ,:' .. ,
. ..,. t . Silhouatta Style.
, V Silhonotte style will be the main thin?
in the male suhicn- line, (or the fall
and winter of 1914 and. 1915. ;' Padding,
will be drug iu,.the market Natifre
. iill be called un to do all that la scvea-
, aary in thatJiuo.. The tailor will J"
note, the . iiifHHuroments aud .follow
there at iucch4ifi , ,does his blue
P"" , .V , ,. ' ,!.
' Wi,da lapela running low down the
front, will sMpw.th iotliiiht of pubjio
inepeetioa to rhine upon, the neck hug-
', ging waistcoat. The "vent" tu do as
it ideaae abont following In the fnot
atepa of the suit. It ran disown dela
tions. In regard to color and follow the
slight of its owner's Imagination. String
bean "pnta"-will continue to torment
their awnr s to, the easiest means af
; eutrancs and exit. v .V'.
,. .'ric.:' .. Oorgvoua Enacts.
BiiftliM oviTcoitt will more nearly ap?
projii h ' rivalry : with : women's, garb.
, 11hmI ai)t reiMii clsthit will be noed.
Hlevrt w-bii-li will be pntterned after
tlMi,!tiii.t'ii nd whir-h w-hun otmned out
will luiA Ji .o an outspread bat, will da
light tlie niasetiline) mind with latest to
sjuurue. ,; ' " ;
Alo there will to strap loops ia front
through which the owner may thrust his
v arms whi'n he wihos to use his blauket
for a clouk. Thr will then be allowed
to cling with carelona draping ' effect
. over the shoulders. That will be mere
man's wily runie In a divert of. drab,
aii't theroforo will e worked for its
. full inflated yalue. ;
(Associated Press) .
, TARIS, Jauuary JfB.-CBy Federal
".-'.WireieM Telegraph) oll weathor
which baa been prevailing, for some
tiaio .through Ceutral i'ruuee, ia, result-
ing ia drviag the wolves, franco witn
. hunger out of the woods. sm1 into the
tow us sad farniiug sections, A little
girl at Lauoqiiilla , was . .devoured by
' ravenous wild auiniul ytnrUy.
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(AsarM isted 1'resa.) . . .
. HOlTiliTO,, Michigan, Jaau-
ary 2.-(lly Fd'al VVirles
.- Ttili'ifrnpb) J'reiieiit : Mover of
, the Western federation af Miner,
together with six other labor lijad-
' era - under iHetiunt liere, wiU
. -voluiitarily return to Michigan
. and stsnd t'riul on the charges of
conspiracy for which they were
; indicted. Coiiniiel fur the Went-
. af era Federation, of Miners yestcr-'
day wired the prosecutor hero to
' Moyer ao1 those who were in-
dieted with hliu are now at t'hi-
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BIO THING3 FLANKED
FOR NOTED ENGINEER
Manila Paper Gives' Figures to
, f ' Show, How lliey Are Able '-V
Jttn I'iiilippine sugiir gTowrs profess
to feilia;nlttroi io.vrf.tU trojcct o
having to' fao Oiibaa competition ia
the AureiVil mlKe, They exjct to
bo nble 'to"PndciKf M 'Ml romms and
hold theit "own.1 The ' Manila Times
publithes flii'iirm to i provo the adm'r bla
position of the Hollo' and JScum pluut-
er. roui)n(ing tbe oet ef fitting Phil
ippino uijfnr o the fhleafto market
wth the eont or t'urnui, Hawaiian ann
Amriiai bt-ot sg'r. s Tho Hawaiian
figure ttnd thnso dealing .with, Olbsns.
are tho Hrw ef 'Honolulu augar e
1oWh, .'aetuirdVu' to' the Manila. lapr,
wbilo 1ho l'bil Ppiae fi!,iire it ! Bra
thoiw ,'aripj lied Vy "'lioftor of Cuatonvii
Calru of Mauila, 'who' arrived at them
after oiUiil'atioTt with tho Hollo and
Nrn prodiieor. ' '
The' figures ii(ted by the Time ore
har.o.1- oH 'tM twotif.V-fivO' per cent tnrilf
to ba in 'rffect after Marrh 1, aud are:
" ' . I';--' . ; Cuba( Sugar.
Cost of proilin'tion artd delivery , '
at New., .York. or IhiliJelpliiu,
' per found . . ... . . . ... ..
Cot of refining cad Helling
(lix ludinn loa in mnfr.)
Freight to-Tiicngo ,
Total Cost per pound I,....
.''i ; ' ; BeetSugar,,'.;
'.Vverng; cost per V. S.; t'enKUs re
' ports (w'f hont c'ejire-iaticn)., .3,6"
Kreijjht to lii'no (average);. . . .33
Difforenee market value 'licet and
raue, ,.'.,..'...'..... .15
Onrlaa ,coat as aj.ove. . : ,
.''.'I'-'!.' ''''' ' ;-'
. Excefi eost .of beet UOTr per '
i Pound ..-.,l,,..,...4v.i j., .1.5oe
. . j I.ouiUaa Sugar. .' '
Average. c,ot of producing, per '. -
pound.'... .......... ..,..3, 75
fW of refining and selling..... '.flSi!
Freight to Cliii-ago ,. . ..y. ,t , . , .215
Ou4an rout as atove .........
; E.Trefront of Louisiana suuar
' i per pound ..'...........,. 1.7 l.r)c
i''-' ';... Hawaliau Sugar.
AveMRo cost of protluciiig and
. deHvering Hawaiian sugar to ,
"refiners bt Knn FrRiieiwJO, New
York and Fhilndelphia . . .'. . . ,S
Cost of refining and selling . ....
Average freight from refineries
'to Chicago-... V-.tC.
Curt an cot ns al ovo
: Exce, cost of Hawaiinn nugnr
per pound 'i ..'..'.2.1-1 r
','PhUipplue Sugar. '''
Avorajj' cost of prodnciug one plcul
of fii(rr at' Hollo (a pieul equullin
137 poUMlS,4.fSV. ,,. . '
Average com at Jloilo of produc-'
ing one pound . ; ,1.0:
FroigbS tf YbHc' (S. I3 a
tun), per iMiuud ..
Freight .ta.f jbif.a8P.
Cost of refining nud Hellinj;
Total rrwt per pound
Cuban, cost as tabo ve .....
: ... t',.j.t ,-,-(,,, -Eseosfl
cont Cidian sugar
. r; " in
' Hhanghai, ' and tbe American eon
muuity in partwular, was shocked yes
terday morning to hear that W. K,
Mattthon, tbo popular and genial gen
era! manager - lucally for the i'acifbj
Mail Hteamship ( ompanyi had been
found ib-'Ad in Jus ro.Mii at the Palaca
Hotel, idiot through tbo heud and with
a pistol by hla .HiJ)!,. ku tbo, ( hifca
I'rnxs of Uecoiubr III...,
Uesidos havnjr been far from well
for several months, Mr. Mattesoa had
lieeu wurfiing uiora than he really ueed
Tbe sV,1?lrtft,trle!lrcXr?a, , a fort-
ightr- g upset: him a' gn'at deal,
though, of 'course, it was no fault of
his.-, An qiigiue .valve blew out, doing
considerable daniugo ami deluying the
boat for at hue. This trouble, in his
then nervous' stato, Mr. Matteson took
greatly to m-uit. .
,Mr.- Muttesun was fifty' years of age
and lie and hut b.otbers aud : sisters
Were tho present duy n presi utatlvoa of
a very olj nud respected family In
.New, York State, i 4
The ilgened wns an old servant of
th company and - was well known in
the Last, hnving been in Januu for
eighteen years, many of which he
spent with the Yokohama braaeh. Nome
months ao ho a transferre.1 to
Hhanjilia.i as the locl manager, In suc
cession, to It, C, Morton, firt taking a
trip homo for tho benefit of his health
Whilst in the States ho underwent an
eperation, hut this did uot completely
-ure him of his illnees and in frilittnghai
ha h, repented atta.ks of it. &t
Matteson was a .member' of the Hbaug
hsl Knee .Club, and several others and
hoiiKh of a somewhat ipiiet dispoHltlon,
bo wus liiiiiMMiHely popular with all
who knew him. ....'.
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una is :
Torrents Pour Dawn in Golden
' State; Flooding Cities, Crippling
Bailrotd TraSSo and Thre&ten-
- lnir Further Damage . Cloud-
tursta Cause Fear la Sacramento
' (Associated Press. "
8A FHANl ln), .January 2.
fv KVdetal AVirelesa Telearapa)
California, from oaa end , to the othef,
ia novt in the grip 01 one 01 tne aca
lest storms in years. Santa Harbira,
in tha southern'eud of Ihe 8tate, is cut
off from coinmunicatioirhTiil the lower
part of, that city is already .underwa
ter. .'' ' '' ' ' '-.'.
At Frenno, la the eonter of the fa
Joanuin Val'eV, tho basements of the
business section of tha city are nooorn.
and railroad traftie on the tovthra
lcifl; and Santa F railroads in ,tac
southern, end Of tho State is liatef:
rnpted. ." . . " .,' ' ..' '. . .'.','.
The vallevs are drenched. Rivers In
all sections of tha Htate through whict
staenins flow at riniag rapidly. The
Man Joaouia and Sacra wen to .rivers
ha. ve r'mcu to tho dangi-r pulat as ft
result of the floods which have drained
into (hem from tha Valley.
. Ureat fear la felt over tho danger
of floods from cloudbursts la Fresuo,
nl tSarramoato eonntiea, , ' -..,
Little ' Bru&ea . Brinf CairaalUes
;1 to 'imerioara 8fjonl-!', 't
, t;0lBda'; Wounded."'' . .'i.
I.lentetiant 'rirnetit M.MfcbnsoV of ths
Crst .ConUiviwiy.eic company .n
Mindanao was serionsly wounded in an
ambuth by Moro outlaws on the Island
of 1'uHih.n Dm-ember 19, reports a-recent
issue of the Manila Times..;. A
More guide with him was killed by tho
outlaws but it ia said tut. trouble
it purely local and does not militate
ny Moro outbrauk., ' . '
' Tho lull story of tha disaster ia con
tinued iu the following memorandum
issued at Constabulary headquarters.
' "Telegraphic information was i
Ktivsd at Coaatabulary habactrs
of tho wounding of Lieutenant ". C H.
JohuHon Of tha Cauktbulary and th
killitiu of one Moro guide oh tbe Is-'
luad of Ussiiaa on povember 14. -'
'"it nppje.rs that tbe detachmtnt of
Coustabiilary, under Lieutcnanta Jolin
Hon and Bnutb were ambushed by Moro
outlaws uados a Wal leadef aaanco
A Ul. : Lienteuaot Johnson was serious
ly wouaded ov a siear thrust and m
now in the military hospital1 at ZamW
anjra wnrre ids enances ei a is reeovwy
aie said to be good f ao eompltoatiCas
set in. .-' :. " ,' ',,."
'Lieutenant Siiiith. wha fell into the
command when Lieutenant Johnson was
wounded, bandlod tha situation well
and the traubl la said ta b antrrely'
locl auu not involving ether people of
tbe same island. . utlter Constabulary
have been sent to the scene by the d.i
trict director at Zainboonga."'' , ..,
, Slaw rtr. Before Falling. Vv
Colonel Mersey, ia a talk with a
Times man, shed additional light on the
story, asserting that. Johnson had alaia
five outlaws before ha waa felled. There
were about fifteen outlaws . in tha
party and a half -doaea atn U tha Com
stabulary . detachment , Lieuteaant
.Smith, who ia a raerut graduate of the
Canstautilary achool at Bagulo, aoems
to have covered himself with glory in
promptly taking charge of the detach
miMit aud rooting the outlaws.
Captain Flatcher Wounded.
MANILA, , December 20, CapUlj
Allen . Fletcher ef the PHtHiic
Keouts, Lieutenant Donald 8. Keot ef
the Coustabulary and FrlvaU Tauco 6f
the Kouts were the natiiea added th
morning at tha Constabulary headquar
ters tolho long list, of QUlcera and wea
wouniicfl Dy worov y , ,
a leiegrara received tUls morning re
ports that as the result of, a sharp e
gagemcnt with a large bam) of More
outlaws armed' with several sunn and
rifles, Lieutenant )oueld f. Koot wai
seriously wounded ia tha abdomen,
Captain Fletcher allgbtly .ia the right
arm and Private Tango 'a right am a
shattered. Lieutenant Hoot and Pri
vate Tango are reported la aeripo
condition. . - t
The ' outlaws Randi ' and taya' were
killed after etubbon tight aud. Hires
nrag rincs were capr,urti. iron) , the
band. The Constabulary and Scout de-
tat hnicut waa patrolling tbe mountains
forty to Iftr miles southeast of Lake
Lanao on the Laoae Cotabato border
tor tbo purpose of clfanlug up thia M
gion from outlaw and cattle thievea.
I aptain Allen 8. FleUhcr commands
the 50th company, Philippine, Scouts,
hu is an oik , timer in. tbe service.
Liautenant Koet, who has been only 1
abort time In the aervice, comes from
New York State and 1 a graduate' of
the Union Colletre.
BtLPAOT,? Ireland, January A
lund amountiae t S3.0OA.0O0 to in
domuify relatives of tkoae who mar be
killed and wounded auieng the Ulster
Unionist volunteers has been raised, a
cording to an announcement today by
flap, .lames Cmig Unionist member for
Fjist Down, Ulster, t a gathering of
Unioniata here. . . ; -. ;..
He said the sum required had been
exceeded. ' ,
The utilization of the indemnity fund
was eontii:gent an hostilities occurring
ot rweea ins i;0)oolsts of Ulster and the
Irish government e'tor the introduction
of home rule.
The Unionists declare their plana are
eumpiuin ie resist home rule by armored
loiee. jney nave raised an army to. In
elude thousands of dlsehtlined men 11 n
der the leadership ef reliced officers V
nm urumn army ami navy,
Iho HMioulsts assert they will defy
sny jaienaiirsa of a government aittiag
si uurmn, ' ; '
Doctor Cpwta, Through Attor.
': nersi leaches an Agreement
; With His Epouse, by Which, Ui
; .fiaysL'he Is to Drop Her Suit
( for ' Divor9e and Alimony j
"Never' Again," Says Dentist j
. ' (From' Mooday A.lvertiser.) .
Aecer.liug to) Dr. John ('owes the di
vorce suit instituted, by V 'fV ''BU
line Cowes, which hns been pending la
Judgo Whitney 'a court, will be dropped
and proceedings starte.l In California
tor a divorce., . . . . .. : '
;.The matter was amicably settled
out ef court .Saturday morning by
Cowes' attorneys,. Pouthitt .and t'oko,
aad Mrs,Cowos' attorney, K. ,0'. Po
tern. . . ,; ',. ' . . "' ..
, Five ' thousand dollars was the
amount, It is stated, that Mrs. Cowes
decided 1 would assuage her wounded
telinxs aod blighted love, which
t.'owca somewhat cheetfully paid over,
V Hoc tor Oowea says he sadly rejimts.
the day that he ever tried to emulate
Nat Uoodwin. (Onj of the alh'gatiom
in the, divorce "complaint was tbat o
several occasions Doctor Cowes told his
wife that he was going to be. a seroLd
Nat (loodwin, and that if he lived !og
ennuch be, might break Nat 'a roeorrl...
. Vydieve ain," said Doctor . CoweS
last' night, "this divorce game - isn't
what it in cracked up to be. It was a
sad, sad sight to soo that stack of coin
an the table and then wish it goodbye.
Five thousand dollars in bright five
dollar gold pieces! ''
I'm iur Owen Hinicu idhi ins b.iiii
was finally agreed on t'atunluy morn
ing after several confereaios with the
ttorneya on both sides. ,
"I was willing to come through with
0v(,' he stated, "but ray wife
thought that that would , hard! v be
enough. . We finully agreed ou WD0i.
or to bo absolutely correct. $-'027.5U.
Hut never again! In the future I will
Uve the life of a .hermit I'm
through. "i- ....
Yoa, it .Is true' said Mrs. Cowes.
when aha was . congratulated on win
ning such a substantial prise in the
tnutrimoaial lottery. Don t yon think
it was worth it! I wonld much prefer
that aa littio be said about thia matter
as possible, as I dq detest notoriety. I,
don't see why Doctor Cowes should
havo said; anything about this,-as' "we,
intended to keen it (pilot. . ,
"I only got VfHW; the twenty-seven
dollars aud n half went to MMneone
hie," .Mrs. Cowes continued, when
MV ,if ae amount of the settlement
wan s;.02),56V : ','.' . .'- '
Mrs. CoweK seemed inmli tlna,1
the. amicable settlement that bad been
arrarged ,arid received many message
Of congtatulation duriiia the day. .
Doctor, ('owe was not so murk'
pleased. Mrs. tlowca aavs she has tint
decided just when.sho will return to
th Coast-. '.'''.,, ''.';'', -' "; ' ,
Calcivrell Says Am arent: Faninh
i fof Etrueture Due Simply to '
: - Settling of Fill ; ; .1-"'
Kuperiutemieut John. W, CaMwolI, of
the public works department, 'returned
Saturday from a ten-day tour of tho Ia-
land of Hawaii V , .
"There was , a report to the effect
that the Kuhio wharf was' fallinir
downf si, Cahlwell. "A thorough
iuspevtion by Mrv Park and myself es
tablished tho fact thut it was merely
the usual vertical settlement of a Urge
rea of fi)l-riiothing of any serio f-. ua
ture at all. It ia a natural condition.
... rru4i over -mere , wui soon
have a ihunnei wide enough to allow
lurgo shis to go alongside of tbat
4 i T1W - J 1 . .
waari. , .,..v,. ,
. , a sopa as we have euough money
In tbe loan fund we will construct tbe
sheds on the wharf and a road ar
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fnm n tne wnarr.
,'X alho inspected the Waiohinu wa
urwi qn- norseiutcK. in company
with Mr. Thayer. I also looked into
some homestead roods at Waiohinu. .
! 'The Waiolama reclamation project
ai jxiio is being Worked on - by two
men, wUo are lix atnig springs and frt
ing measuremonts ef the amount of .
ter that aomea out of those springs, and
making torinirs as to tha fnu.iinn
there for the walls of tbe canal That
"r wui te tinlnhed within a, very
short tune,, aad we will then be nre.
pared to Uxaw up a comprehensive set
of plans and specifications aud adver
tise for the work. Tho hearing of the
protest of the Richardson Estate
emus! me nil Has been iostponed nu.
til suck timo as we have this infornia
tion at hamt
r ine tax onice at H1T0 is completed
and the tax collector will move in in
rry poors time.
1 llmL. i
nB "anuiiona Wbarfr-I stoppl
up pruraising nicely. , a few
t re IOM "l ,nfl "torm, but th'
dwnt amount to anything. AI- i
iiiuety-five per cent of the heav'-ju
si wan is 1 11 1 It, is a concrete wil five
et mica ! fioea to bedrock, rois
o"! railroad ironi and wo
anticipate that It will withstand tho
ravages or tne sea." .
1- . ..
our tiiatea were removed tmm v
atarboard aide of the hull of the Inter
isianu steamer Claudl ne now on the
drydock for repair. Two plate were
also taken oft! on the nort side nnnn.
aitf tha repair being made, where tbe
nun was puuutured Uuring tbe storm
off Haua. on MauL The tlata show
a dainagod condition oa both inner and
outyer faoa from rust and weather.
Must now many piatea win be jr
Slaoed in the hull baa not yet boon
etarmlued. but at thia time, wherever
a defective or near defective spot 1
fouud in the veaaet'a bttow, now tec-
tious wil be riveted on.
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Villa Says He Will Fight
Way to Capital iof ;Mexico
General Pancho Villa, Rebel
Private Gimbel Appeals to Presi
dent or Another Chance and
Goes Back to Duty.
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(Front Monday Advertiser.)
Private William U. (limbid, Troop B,
Fifth Cavalry, who deserted from that
organization at fkhoflebl Barracks Jan-
nary 8, Hill, recently surrendered to
the military authorities at Department,
Headquurters, and has been restored to
duty without trial and transferred to.
tho Fourth Cavalry. During the time
that Private unubel was abseut in de
sertion, he managed to accumulate to
biiuself a wife aud cbild, also , somo
pareuts-at-law. ' . . . ' ;
1 Dree years of constant moving from
place to place in these Inlands, with
frequent changes of occupation to
avoid being recognized as a deserter
wore on hi nervesk and at lust, at tbe
irrigation of hiwife and bur pareuts
(limber wrote a letter of tearful inter
cession to the President of the United
Htatos relating hia cirvumstaucea 'and
bt'ggiug that lie be given ai opportuu
itv to complete hi service honorably
without having to undergo tbe usual
term of confinement awarded by courts
martial in case of this kind.. He laid
articular stress upou being desirouA of
.-ringing his son up as a good citirwu
of tbe United states' and tor that rea
son more tbnn any other ho wanted to
clear up his record and secure an bon-
orublo separatidu, from the military
service.' .,:,'; '
This letter had the desired effect, for
upon its being referred to the depart
ment commander for suitable action,
tha ense was Investigated and the order
Issuod restoring Private ' Gimbel , to,
duty. His former regiment beiug now
(.tationed ou- the mainland, be waa
tJansfewd to the Fourth Cavalry,
where he will sorve out his time pro
viding hia will power provca stronger
this time than it wus during his former
.. Mince be surrendered,1 Private flim
bet has boon in confinement at Fort
r-baftr, awaiting action oa his case,
aud he make uo complaint of the
triatniont accorded him in tho army,
either before or after his. desertiou, so
it would appear that it Is up to him
to demonstruto that he Teally desire
to niake good, . .':;.'
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Mrs. Almira O. Field, a white- woman
sun who oi j sines r, r loid t lie man
whoNvill be put on trial with Private
It. K. Nminous, both roloreiL for mur
der today la Judge Cooper's court, was
arrested oa Haturday afternoon by the
federal authorities and . charged with
tbe commission of a statutory offense,
Kuos, a, colored soldier of SohofielJ
I Harracks, being mentioned ia the war
rBIlt the .woiuau's partite (a th
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Chieftain, in Fighting Garbv
Representative ' Coney Discusses
- Republican Plans,' Pump. -'
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';'.'' (From Monday Advertiser.)
.My visit to Honolulv on. this occo
sieii lias no politioal significance what
over.' Vfiild Representative J. II. Coney
of ' Kauai yesterday shortly' after his
arrival from the Garden, Island, "but
I . may state that politic is already
bciilvniag to warm . up- oa Kauai, 'al
though to elut-tioa is still waey months
Kauai Kcputlicsns are now look
mg around for omo good timber to
put up in, place of Representative W
J. Mholdoa, who deserted tt island aad
cumo over here into tho camp of the
cuomy. -ibr is a lot oC moro poiiti
cal dope which II could give out at this
time, Uut tt wU- be best to lav low
ia order not to alarm our opposition
' "tine tniug, nowever, I miuiit sa
at this time, and this la that the Demo
crat will not have a look-in on., ole
tion day on Kauui. The Harden Island
will pleot every Republican candidate
aad win. do this easy, too.
"Turning from politics to onions, I
may say that the onion crop on Kauai
is now being attacked by a worm which
is beginning to' do some damuge, but
we. hope te be able shortly to discover
a way to save thia crom which ia
sure atroiig auset of the island.
"i-umpaius are noing well an
Cbarlio kie has sow en ban era awell
crop. , He has been turuiuu them out
bigger even than the apecimea he had
down , with him last year ' and .which
bo added to the other curios in the
&vuute cbambar. Kauai ie, eestaisiy
aoiue couptry io pumpkins," .
ltcproseututiv Couey came to Ilono
lulu this time to take up with the floral
parade committee the propositioe . of
haying tbe Harden Inland represented
by a float iu the great floral parade
"Kauai will be fittingly represented
in the parade by a float which will
open the eyes of the other islands,
said Couey yesterday. .'"Of , course, we
expect to tiave the prettiest princess
in that section, also."
Tlio KauaJ representative will return
to bis home ny tbe. steamer ,linau to
morfow eveuing. i . . .. v
' V WHOOPINO COUOK. :
. When yoivr child has whooping eougU
le careful te keep the cough loose aud
oxpcctorutiou easy by givlug 1 bomber
Iain's Coiiifh Komedy a may be reucir
d. Tills remedy will also liquify the
touh mucus nuil make it easier to ex
pectoriitn. It lias been used suscesnful
ly in niHiiy epidemic and as it aeiifctius
no narcotic or other injurious subataa-
ccs it Is perfectly safe. Fox aal by all
dealers, Heion timitli t Co., ageutf l
I Hawaii. , ',;. .
Rebel General Will March to City
tr Metico tnlesi'' Hneita Is
Driven Out in MeanUioe, He
Says Carranza Replies to Mes.
sares Sent 'to Him by' European
Peaco Societies. '
' (Aswvelatrd Press.)
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico, Janu
ary 20. (By rederal Wireless
Telegraph) General Villa, s who
headei. the QO'Vtitutlonal fore
In th batue that resulted la the
evacuation cf OJinaga and the
flight of Osneral Mercado and a
force of four thnid rederal
acres the border into the United
States, baa been indisposed since
the final battle, Tbia ha molt
ed . In delaying the rebel move
ment against Terreco.
"Whatever tha obsttolea that
confront us," laid OsnersI VlUa
yesterday, "we Intend to - fight
onr way Into tha City of Mexico,
nnlesa Ruerta, the , usurper, 1
driven ant before wa get there."
. ' '
(Associated Pre,) j '
CULIf AN, ' Mexieo, January 26,
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph) Re
lying to message sent to him from
Kuropeaa peace societies appealing for
his support in tha restoration! ei order
in Mexico, Provisioeal Freaident Car
ranza, at the head of the Coaatitutioa- ;
alist government in Northern Mexico
yesterday isenel a statement.
'As tbe cause of OeaetitutieaaUsts
n Mexico triumphs, the work of estsb- ,
inning fieace in Mexico progresses. We
cprcsest peace and our triwinph means
that order will bo resorted .to., aad
pesce established ia my eoentry.'
The meesaiiea came from peaee aonte-.
ii, ciixiuiio, aukiii, wiuin, ,xur
tugal, Switzerland, Holland and Spain.
it.. : T .... i i T T1..1-;
rraaa'i advisera- believe that the
action in sending these messagea.was
mspirca ay agents er tie Huerta rsv-
erumont now ia Europe, - , i
Bcochey Says Inventor Who Died '.
of Brokpn Heart Had Really "
Diacovertd Prinoipla ; ;j ,
;t'::;;1': tvf Flight. '; ;,';'v y' '; ' '
(Associated Presa.) ' -v' v ' '.
8AN FBANC1S(X, ; January M, ;
(By ; Federal Wireleea : Telograph)-rIt
waa anneuaeed yeter)ay that Lineehi
Heachey, the aviator, baa : received '
permisaioa f retn the Bmithsonian IsstJ-.
tute to. demonstrate tne possibility of
air flight with the flying ' aaehlne
origiaaUy perfected by Professor Labg- .
ley SI Uen yoara or awa.age '
Professor Langley utilised the riirht
principle of flying ia souat rue ting hla i
machine, says Ueachey; ail thot tt
lacks for perfection I a good mo.tor.:
It ie not deemed practicable te re-
aaove the original aiachia built by
Professor Langley from the tiinithsaa-
ian .. Institute . at Washington, bat
Beachey announces that he will make
an exact duplicate of the . historic
; airship" and demonstrate that , the
great luveuto whoa death ia be-
Ucved to have bee a hastened by the
failure of bis machine to navigate the
air and tha reoention hia efforts mat
with, had indeed i solved a problem
tbat had baffled all before him. .- , :.
After . year of effort Professor
Miagiey aanounced tnat be bad aoived
the problem of air night, lie, gave a
demonstration ef hie . machine . before
an . immense tnrong. i ne - macauv
glided: through the air only a short
distance when it fell to the ground
and waa partially wrecked. It was the
last effort Profjsor Langley made at
air flltht and he died noon . afterward.
Hi machine waa afterwarda presented
to the, 8iuUhsu,ina. Iustitute.
FARE AROUND WORLD
, BECOMING CBXAPXR
8T, TiOULS, January lO.-Thet rail-
roar rates have : decreased was the
alttltn ma.ltt MAanll Iiaam. 4Va TSlfa.
burgh Traffle Club by Ivy L. Lee, a
former Bt Loulsan. . , ,r:".r .
- Statistic presented by Le shewed
that if - a track could be built axound
the world, ft ton of freight, at .the
present average tariff, could be lent
ever the SOOOuil belt line for
i 34, and that a passenger anight make
the trip for $451. - i .
. 1. . i .'mmm; .'
v ' (Associated Presa.) ; '
PHUKMX. Arisona, January
26. tBy Federal Wireles Tele-
graph) By slamming the prisqa
door ia the face of a eonviet who
threw the eontenta ef a caa ef
pepper into hia eyes. Deputy She
riff Luke yesterday ' prevented a
wholesale delivery at the county
'Jail here." ' '.
Though (altering terrible agony
from, the effects of tbe pepper,
Deputy Bberiff Like had presence a
of mind enough to quickly abut
the' prison door, belting u aa he
did so, ,i ..'.',,', (..'
-Thirty prisoners were involved
In tbe attempted prison, break, '
Four ef them are murderers. , ..