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HAWAriAN ftAEETTl-, FRIDAY, FEP.RUAftY 27, 1014.-SF. ifrAVEEKLY.
mi. . ;'.
, REDELS Ifilf
tJommander of Gunboat Taxcpico
Joins' ' ConstAutionaiisti x 'and
with Ship Hasten to Aid in
Siege 'of ih4 Only Important
' Port in' Gifif V! California No
Held by the Huerta Forces.
CITY t)P MEXICO, February
26. (Associated Press by Federal
"Wireless) ' - Mazatlan, the one
point in Culicau and the Only ink
port ant port in the Gulf of Call
fornia controlled by the Federil
forces, i now tinder siege by the
rebels. The forces of General Car.
ranxa opened their attack upon
the place yesterday, and to add to
. the danger - of its downfall the
Constitutionalists now have a ful
ly equipped gunboat well loaded
with shells and ammunition, to aid
them in their attaok from the sea
The- gunboat Tampico,- Com
mander JJlanco; one of the vig
rest Vessels in the Mexican fleet,
lulled down; the standard of the
luerta government yesterday and
the flag of the rebels is now flying
from its peak. - Commander Blan
to gave the order .for the revolt
and in ten minutes one of. the best
ships under Huerta i navy had be.
fcome a part of the rebels-' most
- effective forces.''
The Tampico is now hurrying
, to the aid of the rebels tin their
. attack upon Masatlan and a rebe
tiege from the sea is looked for
. tomorrow. -There, is -no. Federal
' Teasel at Masajtlan heavily enough
quipped 'to cope with the Tarn
pico. ... :? . j
? News from the United States
is difficult to obtain here. Aban
apparently has been placed on
American newspapers. ?, Scarcely
any have been delivered here dur
ing the past two weeks, a . i
' ASniNGtONV FAniary 26. (A
aoeiated Tret by Federal . Wlrcless)--
fieeretary of , Siato-.Bryan .last night
telegraphed ' argent instruction - to
, Ajoerwan Consul (isrret, at Nuevo La-
redo to proceed t one to Hidalgo and
make a full investigation of t.ka facts
orroiindiuf? the hanging; near thatplade
ty Federal force of. Cloiuente ,Vergar,
d American citizen.. '. i t
,, Oar rut has been owked to demand the
exuming of the remains of Vergara ami
to be allowed to have possession of the
way. .';.. v.. r
Aecordiug to advices received here,
Vergara waa on , the outskirts of III.
'dalgo, whea be wa taken into euatqdy
by Federal -troopa, given only brief
1 iioa'uf, .' fliiil . ordered hanged, despite
f ' ,uoie mat ,ne. wu an American
'litiD - ujud , iiiid 'done no wrong in
. piextuo. ,, y ; - 1
TYf tav v-i... ....... on- t...
Aeamuated Pres libl)-Th atinos
There t tho state department today
pointed to a firm inaistanee on the
part or Uncle Sam that the body of
William Benton, the British subject
xeented by the Mexican rebel, must
p. delivered to the American author
-' The American consul at Chihuahua
baa reported ' that General Villa says
ne ixxty may be exhumed and ex
amlned bnt will bo held by the Mex
iean authorities and relnterreU in the
aauie gimve. ,At the tate department
liere today it was lutimated that If. S.
cavalry will be eeut to recover Bos
ton 'a body.jf. Villa persists in bis re
fusal to surrender it. . p
' UlHcials aay that this act on the part
o the United Htates would not be
ecessarily anact of war, since I'reai
dent NViUou holila that no. Mexican
government exists and heuce be la not
breaking, rclatious with- it ju ,orderiux
at armea force Into the .Country, It
U poiuted out that the proaeut rau
way develoit along similar lines to that
of the interuutioual iLvasiou , ,of
r nina at ihe time of the Boxer, tro-
bica. At that time there was no dot-la-ratio
a of war uiade., ' . , , ., , .; ,
- Meanwhile the. government bos ac
ccjted )6n. Villa's offer to examine the
bodyi but without waiv'intf ny of ita
riutus la the final iliapoaition. It will
nut, waive the right to dAmuud deliv
ery of the body on Amerirau soil. ,
, Secretary of Ktate Bryan today con
t erred for -two hours with the aeuute
coinuiittee on forciu relations.. . ile
said that department policies in regard
to Mexico were not .mentioned, and
that only an effort waa luado to 'eatub
liah tacts with regard to tha Benton
killing v and - .present conditions in
Mexico." ,'.,.. ' ; .-' ..': :, .. ''.
t)6ZEN AMERICANS IN
, . .. CIUDAD, JUAREZ, JAIL
Tl, PAH(, Texas, February 20. (As
aoelated Frees by . Federal Wirelesa)
A. MU'haelis pf Brooklyn reached here
last ni'ht after havioK been .reUraaed
frwu the cuartel at iiiilu.l, Juarez,
upon orders from OeueraJ Villa yeatcr
day.. ' MichBclia anuoiiiicad that Iluucb,.
aa well as a dozen other. A nuiricaua arc
still couftued iu the Juarcx priaou. j
Sir ttonel Catd'tti tn CrulsreT Es
sex teSVesYo lIoTdtJonference
with Wilson and Bryan, f
AKHA rRl'Z, Mexlcb, February 2
(Aaiooited Fresl by Federal Wire
lets) -WiV Lionet; harden, Ilritish niia
later t Mexico, arrived here last night
from the:?lty of Mexico..' Ile Immed'
tabvly aiade arrangements to leave here
or the British c miner Eaaex for Wish
Ington, v.hero, he admitted, he goes to
ho 1 4 a conterunce with Freaident Wil
son and'yocrcUry of fitate Bryan on
conditions in Mexico.
Twa weeks ago Hir Lionel announced
that he would leave soon for London
and that probably 'be would proceed
bome. by way of Washington. ' Uis art
in going to the United Htatea Capitol
is, believed to have twen prompted by
advicen from the Britiah foreign Office.
, Mr Lionel : refuse to diaruas the
nature of bis niiiwion to Waahington.
but It is believed that one of the mala
Questions will be that of seeking to
have the United Btatea tnaiat upon
full inveatiirution of the facts aur
roundinff the killing of William Ben
ton. a Britiah subject. ) by .Oeneral
ViJIa atriada.l, Juares, ; ., :
In !S!7,'WhCn I was working for
the United Wtates department of agrl
culture, .in veatiRuting the foragw od
razinf eonditiona of the Houthwest,
said 3arnd 0. Smith yesterday, "
stopped hi Vietoriaj'Texaa. The hotel
clerk ttol WMoiiotiii that William
Kenton wo.BtM di u impeet aoma 01
hia thik Iici. and that if I "would eo to
the eoriicr bT jthl htrt't't about six'blocka
flowJI llentr 6ur picit we up. ' lie
had . toiepltomilf Viet he would leave
town In al.out fifteen ttiinutoa, and was
loo bnsy -to call at the hotel for me,
no T grubbed my bag and collecting out
fit and iNtt to the oorner lust aa a buck
boartT -awuufftkV'to .the. street. I had
heard of lienton aa a wealthy but some,
What ' eeeeiitri -etttllcmaa. The rig
Mopped and the driver, A disreputable
I i ' . a. . : i . : ' ' . l .
luiiHing urn nirei man, auia iqh f'
Heiitou was in n hurry and bad told
liim to get nin, but that the old man
had a gooi team and would 1e out to
the ranch whea I got there.
Reveal Identity. ,' .
"We jogged along1 for ten miles or
o behind a pair of beautiful roadsters.
The buck hoard looked as though It
might fall apart at the next jolt, and
the harness was -tied with string, wire,
ixeces of rnwhide and misfit atrapa.
had traveled on foot and horseback five
thouaand niiloa-' over , Texaa and New
Mexico ranches that anrnmnr and had
sampled all sorta, of aceouimodationa
and.aeen the beat and the worat in
horaiiflesh and hnrneaa., but that par
ticular outfit was the worat yet. ' How
ever, I got well acquainted with my
driver, and. juet before wa reached the
rneu tne latter remarked that he was
yVtllinm Beuton! ..,
Acqnaintaiace Lasted Ten Teara. ,
"I pent three flaya at the ranch, in
apeeted the uastures, reservoirs, blood
ed livestock, and saw the finest herds
OT Cattle that I had found in afy Texaa.
i' lormen an acquaintancesnip WitB
William Benton that lusted ten years.
We corresponded u to abont slx.years
ago, wnen X lert the government aery.
Ice.. Benton's family lived in London
TWo df tti sons graduated from the
bngliah military academy at Woolwich
ami watered the Britiah Army, tbe elder
in inn Indian service
w iiliom Benton i owned mahv
ranches in J exas, and waa heavily in.
tereetod ia -ndniug properties Ari
zona, Honora, Chilniuhun and Duraneo.
Hie 'ranch holding in Mexico were also
extensive, Ho wairfc wauy-eided mah.
well read, splendidly educated, some
what eccentric If it served his rurroses
to appear ae, but it will tnke more than'
tho word of a Mexican bandit tike
Villa fW mftVe his'frtmi.Is bdiov that
he wis ttletbief, ronspirator and
all ronnd bad man." . ;
AMERICAN JBORN GIRL r
LOa A Nf IXK.S. Febrifttry 13 ImU
gratien otticials here put up to their
superiors In Watdiirigtou today the ques
tion:, of whether Luiae McKlwairie
Coto, the American wife of a Japanese,
should 'be deported us an undesirable
alieo,- to Japan, a land she has never
seen, ,t ' .
The girl, whose iarents live In Butte.
Montuua, and who mot Mauzo Ooto. a
Jaiiancae, in Omaha, came here with
Uoto and married him on the high, sen,
off Hun Dingo, some months ago. Ua-
ler the law she lakes the nationality
of hur; husband,1 aud when floto waa
aecueed vf hl.ing violnted the white
alavery law she becamo liable to depor-.
lunun wuii iiiin, .
If the immigration authorities at
Washington rule that tho girl must
share the liuniithment of her husband,
her attorney announced that the valid
ity of tho . marrinee at sea would be
uttuched. . The iiirl innrried Ooto on a
laiincb, hired especially to enable them
to avoid the: law prohibiting the mar-
riairn tf ('uucaaians and Mongolian iu
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A FORTY YEABS' TEST,
f'hnmberlain's CVmirh : Itemed v has
been eiiriiM' oinrli. i, nd eulds idr the
past forty years him) has gained in "po
pularity everv year. Whet flutter rec-
oiivuiendaMdn is required! For sale bv
dealers, Heasim, Wmjtli t tU. Ltd.,
agents-f'lfgiiy i t .-
A MATCH RAGE FOH
8AN FRAkcl FebrtiVry 1
26.--( Associated Ij'rfl y Fedf raJ
P Wireless) lavltations were yes-
terdSy -mailnVl to tuVe Kahana-
S oiorq, world a champion swimmer,
at Honolulu i J'erry WcOillivray,
record . holder . of ' the Chicago
Athletic (tub, and Robert km all
of Fittsburgh, to take part in a
match rare 4o be held hero May
'30 next. 4
News that "Small had defeated
Kahanamoku in the fifty-yard
V event It Honolulu hat resulted ia
creating . renewed . interest , ia
awimming here, for It "wee begin-
sing to be eoaeeded that tho 11a-
waiiaa swimmer had , ho ' eq6al. '
Outside of Small Oillivray is look-
ed upon aa on of Kahanamoku 'a
closest rivals; for1 championship s
J. Parker Whitney, Accused of
. Violating White Slave Act, Bays
Arrest la Resdlt W Atteifajn ;to
Blackmail. ' ' ' .
.' SA?I FRAKCISOO, Febrniry JM. '
(Associated Tress. ty Federal WlTefMs)
J. J erker Whitney, the mifllonaire
rancher under arrest for a violation of
tha Mann (White lave Art. was re
leased here 'yesterday afternoon aftr
securing sureties lor bail in the sum of
. Uenevicve ifanuan is the complaining
wilnes Wi tho proceedings. Whitney's
arreat nere iat Moniiay created a pro
totind sensation. lie t prominent here
in social and club iW-les. The date of
his arraignment tas boeii Ttxdd for next
Haturday. . '
After securing his release on ball
yesterday, .Whitney, agajn maintained
that he . is innocent . of 'the 'charge
against him and that ' when the case
goes to trial he Will have "no trouble tn
establishing the fact that bis arrest
has been the result of an "Bttefniit to
Diammau iim. , , ;
BECKER PROMISES TO
;.i -. ; r, AVENGE MURDER
SIXd SINO, "New York,' Fibioary
25.(By Associated. Preas Gable)-
rormer' mice l,tentenatit tTiarles- A.
Boeker is Jubilant over the fact that
ha has teen granted a new trial by
the court of appeals of New.Yoik Stato.
4J says he will, devote .his. life, t
necessary, to ttnearthlnir the .real mur
derers of gambler .Rosenthal. ' . j,
' GrLFpORT, Misaiss'lppi; . February
2rt. (Associated Frets by Federal
Wireless) The British steamer County
of Devon, Captaia Barnes, Was lost la
tne mid-Atlanne, -ateordiag to advices
received here last aight. , The eatitaia
and crew took to the small boats at
the steamer Was aiuking and were kick
ed op by a 'passing vessel. - i
8AN DIEGO, ., California, February
26. ( Asaoelated v Presa - by Federal
Wireless ) Theodore MacCaulcy. in
structor in charge of the army aviation
school on North Island, ia San Diego
harbor, in a flight jresterday broke the
American altitude record. He hsc end
ed to a height of 12,139. feet, being
filially compelled to descend, because f
I II 'Tl tllia.. lMlll.1li m ..1 .1 ' '
ue alighted within a few feet of his
hsgar -with his nnachMo nnfler (er-
n. control and la good eonditloa,
ATLANTA, Georgia, February B6.
(Associated Ifresa, by Federal Wireless)
The entire 'South "ahd Soufheast Mo
shivering- in the grip of m general snow
storm this morning. , ' . ,
Ihe knrall began yesterday, and
reports indicate that it is .general
throughout the south and southeastern
portions of the United States. Weather
mnyaus report "that Kdld weather rec
ords for Inany years past have already
been troU. ,. V,;., .'. r.
t .NEARLY TWO BILLIONS
1 tl V. mi ( I :.'. 1 1 Mi.
ANTWERP. 'January 31. A debt" of
-,wou,uo,uk is the total shown 1n th
accounts of all the nation ot the world,
according to . tha Bureaa of UniveMal
Ktatiatics Whreh has juat anoonced its
figures for the year 1918. Of this total
public indebtedness thirty-two billion
nre caargea against Kurena alone, A
century ago the ptibfio debt tf all coua
trie aniennto-d to 'ouly a little over
seven miuiarus. , .
, The limitation of the rth la
lightly over l,HO0,0004l()0j n increase
of MOwO.OOO in 4h. past four years,
"""""I vo id bureau.. Aata. now
has 33.OOO.0O0t Eurtfue. 4M4 lM(Utn.
Africa, 188,00,000i America, 187,000,.
jne world's commerce now amounts
10 4u,wmj.uoo,uw), and it Is Karried on
by 55,802 aalliug . shine and 47.714
steamers. Other figures show a total of
i!5,000 Intles ftf, raUrfS.Iattr euoutJjh'to
girdle the globe. tweaiv-flv time.
NEW YORK, February ,14. With a
glass of chkinpaghe almost to bis lipa,
William Jenn'inea Brvan waa nravontn.!
from drinking the nine tonight by the
acviun oi uis wile. ..- ;
The WMdent took Place at "the first
ahnUal dinner 'given by the Authora'
Ungiie 'of America. Foiir hundred at
tended, aud Wlnst6h OhhrchlH prestdei
111 the coarse of his sneech the irtieat
f hoaor reached for a drink of water,
inadvertently be picked up a glass of
champagne. . i. . . . . ,
Mrs. Jiryan, seeing her huKbsnd '
itiiatakr, )rang from her place, two
seats away from the secretary, and,
hurrying to Mm, put her hand over the
glut -lust s It was about to reach his
lips. Bryan looked surprised fa aa In
stuoL then laugbiwlv wicked uu a irlaaa
of waier. ; - f "
m m fight
. ' ' ' l". J ' .,, w - - .. .. i- i '
Congressmen ' tTonnaent - Itouse
Will eusuln President In
TWiird 'Tor lttpsal.-xif Excmp
: tion Ciause'." "
WA8HlN(iT(), Febrnary 2d (As-
KociaYed FreM by Federal Wirelea
The belief Is now fxpfrssed hero that
president Wilnon will win bis fight tb
lave the' -)ieua, repeal the Panama
Canal Exemption tells. f . ,!(.,.
Representative fherley and Palmer
eon'ferreeTwhh" the rresident for eoroa
time yeteVilay jleJaliVe 'to the admia-
m'tyatlon "flrht brrtog'tna.le In the , bouse
fr the repeal 'df this elnnee,i t. i: i, '
At : iu, aoTicliiKioa i they okpressod
themselves as confident that the bonso
will ,sutain (Frosidetit AVflson, !;,,. -..;...
t :i , i . !. ma a !- .
Republican Leader In Address Vo
fi Party : 'Leaderk ' k' 'dliifV ' Says
. TmiV IIa."Conie 'for'Retne'tilcS,
riot 'PiilfclfattV -h K
fLt;MItUft. Ohio, Fubmary 60.
(Assofrtatrd 1'Tes by Federal Wirefeaa)
United' rotates Senator Ilorah, in ad
dressing prominent ReMblieaaa of Ohio
nmefnbled bern, 'yesterday i advoecto!
open 'war on 'nil forms of monopolies
by the Repiibliean party. ' '
The time -hna eome. aaid Senator
lloVah'. 'for "remedies, not Palliatives;
that only toy drastic action, aal that
only by the effectual curbing of trusts
or monopolies could tho UepuLliran
party hone to win bacfc the con fide ice
of .'the American people, lonR. go
ruwn iireu or ieinH)nziug uurdB.
Heoator Horah etronfcly oarfailed the
record of such parly loaders as former
fcenator ovendre hud Senator George
w. j'erxins on this question.
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GERMAN ADMIRAL WAS
BADEN-BXDEN, GermanV, February
Z5. (By Asolatel Press Cable) A
hew iaru wn "given todny to the e6n
trdveriy ver the actions of American
had Herman admirals at Manila dur
ing the Spaniah-Ameriean War. Ad
miral yon Dledrichs. who said venter
day "that the opening of the controversy
year aftar the event w dde to the
malicious report Printed in Enoliah
papers ia China and to absence, of
blockade regnlat!oiia, today admitted
that he tnrdrmed a Britiah Commander
Uiat 'taO. Would Shoot, any . American
boarding a German warship "to make
rnqniry ana efttablmh identity' pur-
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um( .iv Aomirti. uewcy 'a older,
6AN FRANCISCO,, February 20.
(AsiocMited Preaa by Federal Wire
less) The first Lincoln Highway sign
In San Francisco was painted veatar
day and naied to a post in the street
in front of the headquarters of , the
Automobile Association, of California
by Col.. K, E. Fredericson. Colonel
Fredericson 'with a party of California
pioneers men . 4iepartea In a path Unci
lng automobile to blaze the trail of
the Lincoln lligbway throavh the State
to the IN e vail a line, near Reno:
la a general way the Lincoln Hiiih-
way will follow the old Overland trail
made famous by .the forty-niuera aud
the Pony Kxpress service before " the
uivu war, .'
' ' " II !
Oh "ifarch J7 the Ad CJub will begin.
iU trip to Kauai, when "it will be in
deed, "Off for Kauai." The steamer
Mauna.Loa, whieh will carry the live
ones 'to tho Garden 'island is ex'iiected
to leave in tha evening of that day.
euw. me AO. .tLiub members Tiave had
their dinner ashore. , la this manner.
only a, half day. on Saturday, will be
son Dyme invaders oi Kauai 'a peace
ful ahorea, from their Honolulu bus!
the party arriving in Honolulu
early on Monday ,torning following.
"ino itinerary of tho trip will be as
Start from Honolulu Friday eveulntr.
juarca ii, B. B. Mauna Juoa.
watunlay. arrive Walraea 0:30 a. m.
ureakfsHt, 7 to'8 m. ,
Start from Hotel Waimea 9 a. m,
auto to Waiawa and return, taking in
ine famous Ukokele canyon. .
Lunoheoii, Hotel Waimea, 8 p. m
Motor to Lihue via Kukuiolono park'
ana 'Koioa, taking in . the Spouting
Horn. ; ' ' j ,-.
Fublie dinner at Libue, 7 p. m., fol
lowed by reception.
, Sunday, motor to Hanalei, Wainiha
and Haena, with luneh at llaena.
Board steamer for trip along the
Napali, roast, where 'famous cliffs are
to be teen. Home1 to Honolulu, arriy
ipg early Monday morning, ; . . . y
I . - I "." I - !,. ! ! .'.I,. '
After a trial, which lasted over a
week in Judge Robinson's division of
(lie local circuit court, the jury yeater
day 'morning, . through ltt foreman,
James tluild, returned a verdict of
330, with Interest, attorney's fees and
court coats, for the plaiutifT in tho cam)
of K. Honda against tho Island Joveat
meut 'oinpa,ny.' , ' , , . '
, Tho suit arose over a claim for debt.
Honda was the eoutraeter who put ,P
the Wailuku .electris . plant e( tho de
fendant eomiHtny. In this ease a cer
tain S.IOiNl eheck waa introdnred In evi
dence., Tliia is the eUevk which waa
mentioned in a. story published some
months ago in -The Advertlacr, and
whieh torv R. E. Hond. head of the
Island JuveHtoieut Cuipaqy, cluinied to
ue linellous, 'restrlting iu his bringing
a 25,UtHI damage suit against the Ha
waiian daeette Company. , The damage
suit is now iu the supreme court ou
points of law. , '. '".'.
Ijorriii Andrews of Andrews &
Queries represented Honda in tho trial
of the esse, . ,. '. , . . '
GCLOriEt HEES is "
Ell ROUTE HERE TO )
. 4lt.li I w.
28. (Associated Freas by Federal
J St. wirejess). CoL, ThomaaJ Roes
-sailed yesterday on the Mat
Si son ' Company's steamer ' Mat-
sonia, bound for Honolulu ' and
other points on Hawaii. He goes
to inect the fortifications on
Oahu as well 'a. tbe harbors on
i thnwther Islands, it la probable
that his report on the result of his
Investigation win . determine, the
ifj time for beginning the work tot
w enrrying out fhe , rompletlflW, 'of k
4 hn rOiiiplete ,lan of fbrtifli'if
f tions on the Ialand ot vabn.
s a. tp V'' al
Los Angeles Womaji ilands Re
VVolk '6 ttu.'uandto' '1Sho6
b6Wii Iter parent1 fccsuft"W
trivial Quarrel'; :V
LW A NfiKLto. Febrnary SiiKt
arxinU-d Prexai by Federal fWirliri)-
Opening tho door of her-borne. ilToW
hoj ..tather, and.rhrother tq Jcavo Ihe
bnnw when hey fcnrtiaHd ra AWdered
them out, Hut Wight, l,rm Thomas, Red
man stepped tack Tntb llie room, look
a .revolver from a bureaa drawer and
handed it to. her husband. Rodman im
mediately -turned the wunnon pon 1iis
wife's father, William Jor.ltn, inniet
tng a fatal wonnd. With bis eyes
turned d-arttngry hpon his danghter,
Jordan sank to the floor and 'died soon
afterward. ...'; ' ,
.The .tragedy Was the . result of a
family' quarrel which bad been in prog
ress all evening. The trouble was over
A mnlnn,Vl r Vi i U Mr . .1 m M
brother had bootrht ifrom tier hilshapd,
Redman claimed that the payments on
the motorcycle had liot been fnade and
seized the -machine. . - , ".:
Redman and his wlte have been
placed under arreat. . . ' i
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RuihoTs of Rottantfe in Bay tity
Quickly Bet at Naught by Toung
Woman HoTae rdm -Coast. '" I
' Reportfl iii the San Francisco papers
to the contrary notWIthstahding,- Miss
Juunita bekley yesterday, denied that
she was married while on a recent visit
to the ('oast, and daid particular era
phasis 'that she never Intended to enter
the married state gait ;. ; ...
"Miss Hockley arrived on the steamer
Wilhelraina last "Cek, aftor spending
several weeks on the mainland. . Fol
lowing her oVpottore .'from; San Frah
Cisco, the San Fran'jaCo Kxamlnoi- nnh
lished a sfory to the -nVct that Miss
Beekley Wa either married Or was to
he married On ber arrival In Honolulu
to Frank A. IliTlman. -Mr HillHian ar
rived here on the some , steamer with
miss nee x rev. . .. "
; ."Salbj Wfth rfdit'.fteia.,
T nder , the captipn of 1 'Divorcee
Raila Away With Cupid at Heels, May
Not Be Married, bnt Will on Landing,
Say Friends,' i, toe Examiner (ells.. (he
story thus: v. . , , r , '.
"The report that Mips Juanit Buok-
icy, daughter of Admiral (ieorge C,
Berkley , of Honolulu, and iVank A
Hillman, wealthy resident of Stockton,
..-. lunru; iimrTiou in nayi ran-
eisco was circulated veater.la.v int
alter' the couple had sailed for Hawaii
on tne vviinelmina.
"The names of Miaa Becklev and
Hillman appeared in the mhutnoar lit
nirre were miriy-one other names
between. .( ..
Friends of the Honolul it 'Wninsin
who; is well known la San Francisco
society, were not positive that she ac
tually had married Hillman before they
sailed, but thev were -rmsltiv. that if
they wero not married they would ba
i..,,.iPuiHieiy arter arriving la llono
"(Tmm PMbA.'. I .' ' Al J .' "
...l----- r-"1"1"; a mo uiTonsea wire
oi marie llibna, former Harvard oot
nun nero. . . c , . : ... .
"Neverl HeVerl" 'feaya Miaa' feocklay.
xn au interview yesterday afternoon
iuii-B DOCKICV took Ihe Elim nu rf el
as quite a joke. . -;
aiarnedT , Bear, o!" said the
3'0.rnz Woman With a hiarrW lu..ol.
" ttiiii cue arume. "I am "not mar
ried and never rill get; married again
uK mm i jive., ino, never I -never!
Mr. Hillman is iim an ni.i ru...i
of the family and is merely down here
ou a visit. We have ,4m own ttUti tnr
yeark. "aud lie Is mere'lv bar. . .
for pleasure.;' r r" 7 '
Mr. Hillman la t
Francisco theatrical , circles. He is vis
itrng with Mr. and ; Mrs. George C
,leiv Ht heir PlatiJ teach home
t Waikiki. ; ,
LARGE TOURIST . v
; PARTY EN ROUTE
SAN FRANCISCO. Fehn.a liti-
A large party of touriata tft ti.n
wo unirago, uulon Facifle ami
u. A: ' ... 1 . .
xi orin western raltroad last night to
joia.aoojner large party -at 8au Fran
cisco on a trip to Hawaii, after whicn
they will visit the -grounds of the Pa-nama-Pacifie
and make a tour of California. The
two parties include prominent men and
women of Chicago, Indiaaaitolis, ,Fhil-
iipniBi nriHOureh. Evansville, luili
ana, and Toledo, Ohio.
a ii ' i i ni' v'
CTNcrNN-ATI, Ohio, February "26.
(Associated Fres's byi, Federal Wireless)
'barleo P. Taft,' brother of x-Iresl-doni
Taft and owner of the controlling
Interest In tha Chicago Cubs of the Na
tional League, yeaterday sefoaed the
offer of Louis J. Behau of Chicago to
purchase his stock.
Negotiations for the sale of the stock
have been In progress for some time.
; Taft 'a doclalou yesterday is taken, to
Indirato that be intends to eetaiu eon
trol of the Cuba for soma time, - 1
rnnnppi linippinpipi1-1 juuu iuuu
Amerlcati ihd tJahadTaii Uhurches
vDbnril)ulta' lC.SS.OOO 'to ' '
' ;:' "Cause Last Year. " ' -;
Troteatant churches of the United
States and Canada sent Into foreign
countries last year to propagate, their
religious plans and beliefs i0,45M !ii)0.
These figures were given Out as oiticinl
by the Foreign Missions Conference at
(larden City. .
The amannt is less than in 1F2, the
ngurea jpr ine previous year ueing u,
3i7,t)nO.(( J"be runfareni'O declared," how
ever, that, there has .been no real de
clino, jftfhtjstirs pf former years, pri
vately eollertnd, bitve been uosntisfae
tory but now the, cvnferen'ee hns(itaidf
tken, , hold , .ami;, promises t rpoi'e exact
Ht,, . ,U--,'i' r,.,.' , '
I In point of income the largent single
missionary 'society,, Jn oreign work in
the Wuilu, is' ail ,'v-nKliMh one,, although
tho'X'n'il.ed:'S'taf. In otaJ gifts to for
eign ,tiiiss,io'na, Jcads, tho). world by , some
miJljop's. - ... ( '. .. (',',- . , f; '.
a.-',, . Fotnt tireat Socletiea. :-
the" fr.ir.p-rtnrecietie.of America,
twe,fwijli hendqunrtera ; ja New j Ifork
and two In .Jlnnton, are: :, Proijbylcrian
North, f 1 A3,)i(i(); Muthodiai ortllS,
530 AiiOif jllnp'tiat 'orth, , SI,lflfc,5od;
Atn'ertvan1; Hoard, " t'ongVegatidnii, SI,
04S,(Ml, -v , .',.', ;
Four pther societies have receipts ex
ceeding SiiOO.fXM) each. Thfee nra from
the Sooth and the fourth has headquar
ters in New fiork.. These are: . Fro
teatant Fpiscopal, 823,100; Mot hod lit
Sooth, 7VU,0i)O; Presbyterian South,
037,4dl);. Baptist ttouth, STihp.OOa. j
;.Kkine: qf, iho .'('lyiudian aiicieties
reaehea the S5lXl,O0O mark. The whole
sum going to foreign miaaious 'each
year England, Scotland, the continent
of Europe, Australia and Sooth Africa,
included is $28,000,(100. , . . ,
It ill tie keen that yonsfdetably more
tha a half comes from the United States
and Canada, and the United States is
the largest single national contributor.
England is next, and Scotland third.
ISOOn Mtalon Gifts. .
Oifte'to home missions in the Uuito'd
States alone -are upward of $50,000,000
a year. All mission boards in the Uni
ted States, .homo and- foreign, are now
engaged in a united missionary ' cam
paign that is to end ia March, the aims
of Which are -to inform tha Christian
public about missionary' work, ' to get
as large a part of church members as
poaaiblo to give something for exten
sion and give it regularly, aud to in
crease the . total from America each
year. , .. - , ,',- ,'.','"
-It ia almost exactly 100 yearp since
Americans begaa'4 briatiah' work iu In
dia, China, -and" other.forefgn fluids, i'
Up to the'brfteht'tiine the total mem-
berahip of all Protectant churches in
these fields is 1,3A,551, Of aonrse there
re mady moro adherents, tho Christian
population reaching 5,000,000 to 7,000,-
ooo. -.. "., ,'..,' ..'. ,
There are 1.044,000 children in all
Sunday schools and 378,000 children in
day schools... The number of American
nvfigionaries at work in all of these, for
eign fields Js 10,00(1, with -4g,000 native
workers. , . , ,. ' .;''-','
' TOR THE EXPLOSIONS
LONDON. .February 7. "It Is ab
surd," was the comment today of Prof.
William Henry Eccles of University
('ollege, an eminent 'radio expert, when
shown the auggestion "made by a 'Iris
engineer, M. Lhiroqorer, that the exido
slone on board' the steamship Voltiirno,
the French battlrshln Liberte and in
the Universal r olllery near Cardiff were
oue to wireiess waves.
t ;wish it were true," Proforsor
tccles -added. -"It would mean a tre
ntendous increase in tho power and use
fulness of wireless, waves If we could
obtain surch-results.. 'As it is wirelest,
waves are only sufficient in strength to
move the most delicate instruments.
They have not nearly enough energy to
tnakle us to write with them. " ,
-..'.. . . . 1 .
A fall pardon . and restoration of
rlvl rights, was -granted by Governor
rink nam yesterday to Hogor. Jaiuea.
Jamea was convicted In tha' circuit
court in Honolulu on February 11.
1903, of the erima of bcrglary in the
first degree and sentenced to twelve
years' imprisonment. at hard labor. He
waa .paroled by. ferm-r Governor. Frear
on July 22, 1910, his full sentence, al
lowance being made for ' reduction of
sentence , due to good, behavior,, expir
ing on "October 3, 1911. .
In his application for restoration of
civil rights, James atatod that he had
atoned aa far aa possible for bis crime
and. that ho is now trying to make his
way in the world at a irood . citizen.
Many letters of .recommendation, testi
fying "to hia good behavior and value
aa a workman, aa well as a petition
numeroaaly signed by substantial men
of Honolulu, accompanied this request
to the Governor. ;
SCHOnELD BARRACKS, Febnrary
25. Private Carl It. Buriresa. member
of Company I), First Jufuii try, while
dimming with a anmber of conipauiona
In tho Wahiawa - reservoir at . two
o'clcKk this afternoon was seized with
cramps and sank before aid could reach
him, ' . ' . ; . ' .
Burgess companions breathlessly
carried the' news of the acciitnnt to
headquarters aud rescue, spiad was
sent to the scene. After draiiiriiia he
reservoir for two hours the bollv the
drowned soldier was recovered nn.i
brdiight here at lx o'clock tonigat. ,
, XMirgoaa, a racruit, had arrived hare
February 13 last and had bnt rocently
been aauigned to Company p.
,,- ." ". .
The' chiie of the Terrltorv atralnst
John W, Marshall, charged with mur
der In the first degree, vjas yesterday
set by Judge Cooper for trial on March
.;.'H Was utated iu open c'ourt that no
runner prtntponefiiout of this cano Would
197 f.nn mnt;
Manager Baldwin Submits inter-
tsting: Report at Amnal Meet-(
in j of the llawaiaA Sutar Com
panyCane Oulipu'ttor 1914 Is
Being Gathered from Area Cov
crinij 4555' Acres. '-.',
(From Thursday Advertiser.)
- The estimate of tha Hawaiian Sngat
Comimny's 1914 crop from Its own
fields 1s 21,197 tons, and from the Gay
& RobinHou fields 019 tons, a grand
total bf 27,38!) tons from 4555 aerea."
The combined area for J915 crop is
4o04 acres. Manager D. B. Baldwin,
in his report given out yeaterday, Sojrst -:
Kaw VarleUoa Tried.
"The eultivatioa of new-varieties of
enno ha had a good deal of attention.
Experiments have been carried on for a
number of years and certain varietlee '
of .cane- hnve tieen picked out as mora
promising and nre now being cultivated
more extensively. Of all the new. va
rieties, Itemarara 1135 lias rtade tha
liest showing. Twelve acres of this
variety were harvested during the past
yesr with very promising results, and
further experiments on a larger acalo
With Mils particular variety of earie are
ow 4oing carried on. , ..
" 'II 70,' a seedling from the experi
ment station, is also being tested out
oh a larger scale. - This variety Of eano
is practically immune from the yellow
stripe disease . and was principally
picked out to teat on that account. .
"Yellow Caledonia cane is , being
grown at a high elevation, to compare
with Lahnina. This "variety of cane has
been -experimented With for yearn 'at
Makaweli, but vrith poor . results, and
has. never coma up to the standard va
ru-ty of Lahaina.
: Excellent Wortt aat "JTaaR ', A
"No new jnachlnery : kraa "been
added to the mill aineo last report and
therare no replacements required for
the ensuing year. . The mill roller are
in good shape and enough spares are
on hand to complete the present .grind
ing campaign. , . ,. ,,
"Ihe factory did excellent work
during the post year, both In milling
and n the boiling houae. . The augar
manufactured , bap 'reached the market
in good, condition and losses -through "
shipment, have been less than nnal.
The -average extraction for the past .
season was 95.232. Mill losses per 100
ucroo in cane 11.202, and cost Of fuel
per ton augar .006. . . , , . . ...... ,.
"The proposed reservoir on Nono
pahu Ridge, which -was mentioned in '
last year's report, ha been completed
during the past year. Jt is It small
one and will hold four million gallons
of water, but will be of great aasfat
ance to that part of the plantation.
"The average prioe for sugar for the
year 1913 was 3.884e per pound or
$71.68 average price per ton. At tola
rata tho laborer were, entitled to a
boon of one per cent of their wage.
The total amount -paid out y this
Company in November payday wa
$13H9, to those receiving Wages f $30
and lens. The amount. 'of hnnua dn
tha individual laborer ia certainly small
this year, but they have received Wore
than waa expected at first and cheer-full-
accepted what was duo them."
The total assets of the Company at
date of December 31, 1913 were: Per
ms nent iroprovemnta, $1,666,505; grow
ing crop, $830,187) sinking fund,
$330,432i investments, $176,200; and
miscellaneous, $311,849; a total , of
$3,315,174. , Fifteen per cent dividend
were paid on the capital of $3,000,000.
There was a aurplu of $275,127 on
baud January 1, 1914.
.:. ." "
CAPTAIN HALSE7 TO
: :: COMMAND Df PACIFI0
VANCJOUVER, February 7. Writing
to the marine editor of the Province,
an oflicer of the famous battle-cTuiper
New Zealand, the fighting ship ,
presentod . to tha : Royal Navy ,' by .
the ' Dominion of ' New Zealand, '.
aul which was here laat August, say '
that so well did the warship bear her .,
cruise of 1.1,Ooi niile that when, alio
went to Portsmouth to refit the whole
of the defects iu the engine room Were
rejiaired ia three days. The oftleer also
intimates that -instead of ioinine- the
first battle-cruiser squadron, the New
Zealand may bring the Prluce of Wajj .'
to Canada m April. The correspondent
alao throws out a hint that intain
Halacy. may be placed in eommaod 'of
the royal navy IL in Pacific water.
Philippine Sugar Venture Said to
v ' Be Meeting with Success
Despite Obstacles. "
' The Hawuiiun Trust, Company ha re
ceived cable advice from Manager Bell
of the San Carlo Milling Company dn
th'.Philiipine stating that grinding
1 in full blunt. Work is going along
smoothly, - Tho company, already lias :
1600 tons ia the warehouse. George K.
Carter stated yeaterday that Manager
Hell baa been inuch, hampered in the',
initial operation of the . eompaay '
through ilitliculty In obtaining skilled
labor. For instance, the first sugar
boiler that lie ebuld get said frankly '
that he didn't know whether ha could "
muke sugur or not. H thought he
rould and wa willing to try If Hull was
willing to let hi in experiment a little!
Carter say that things are shaping out
nicely and. tliut the future of the San
Cailot scums very bright. .