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render an honest and a perfect man comniacds all light, all influence, all fate. John Fletcher. "VT 'O- - CLASSIFIED -AND SmiTLXa ' ; SECTION , : . - - - ' i I - i I i 1 'H. till ' - ; - HOXOLULUt TEBRITOBY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY; APRIL 19 1917. -. . . - ; M- , QNK ; - .... . i ..... i , ., . .. I, ., . , i . . . .i ,- ...... , 1 , . " 1 1 . -. - ... i ;a- pjTur":" 1 V GEKlis'Tr:.:::! ;dy Gi)E::;:;ir i ( z Wide Field . of -Usefulness is ; cpianisfid cn Valley Isle; Chil v; jdrcn to Be Encouraged in - Agriculture ; v : : ' vv-v ' . ? fftpia) fttM BslWU Cor ret rtf -) . WAILUKU, Waul. April 19. That the new Maui Comity Fair tod Racing Association will hve a much wider field of usefulness thin la .usual for such c.Tffnnlxatlona. Jk becoming more k Md more oianlfett as the Jajra go by cod the many Ideas of the men who form . the board of director begin to cnstalJie Jt icisi , qalte evident that the annotations la planning to Inaugurate a lot ol measure of a pub lic fixture, pertay bu indirectly :, related to avflr rroper. but for which there hna leng been a d emand, - ? ,iAa an 'examile, at the meeting held V n: ..Tuesday aTiernroa of 1 thii week, the director arored a ,plan nd autnorl?ed the fmmxUcti of a atandin? V rommlttcc on wChl!iun'- Gardcna." ' X. II. Ote ia the' board representa tive on 1 1, la co.Jimittee add chairman, bat Ijn.'- Matbtav.' U worker ;oi Ihe Ajexaric'er Vousf Settlement, will '"havj snir;'! ctarse cf organliinj the work i!Toyj:od. ho plkn la to appoint local eommlttcu is a?l the. Communl' ties of Maul co'aLty, cf person Inter tAJ aa J.Ilirca and the- develops meat cf home gsi dens, and to encour ' S rompetttlr.? tardat'n among. the ' rhlicJre'rt fn eauit of these dUtrlcta. ' f'rlxcs" otbtr 'Utn mcney will ' beJ : awarded, to w Inn era la each commun- Itr.' .It la proptYcd that each -first priz winner mig.t bo given a trip to Honolulu fender J rover guidance, fol lowing the' plan t liie prlzea to win- ucra in the corn nd pig contta now ro popular la the eistern, middle and aouthern ttatca, v.hcr a trip to Waau- Ington U the much, coveted first prize. To Get Cuty x Crc ' ; -Althouth te next Until County Fair wfil not tfe Lc!d till the snamer or fall of 191S, tie Ciilif raB Garden Comni!tte Is . c?rr ty 1 tt -work. It Mans to have vt L:'t fC3 children's-, gardens vizr'ty li tt '-shorter! . tiir.e po!i;. ItKl.'excs trit.t!iroc?'j f the -chndrt- ll'mHl .is r"; lie to do much tows; .is ,rc-uclr;g Ue cost of grown-ups lirin on Kscf lo e.'-: thrtrYthe c.i'iren Jr. V .tcr methods , . ...... tn . Y.r : ' c V I - Y cartel try lmr.;.i..j " Anotr.fr ri'.v -which tl.c Tz'.r A: busy. Is la tla r; tte. wjy In V. is getting cr.t cn Tues- day of llu:'i V.', Uic. f s a committee of o3-ro ;r.r.:.i a cr.rcful' sludy'cf loth tha f c:'i -n c' r:;Tly and dcr masi for sri;j foi i redacts here in V.. I:r.'s. V.'I.st sters If any, houli be' tike.i tawjirca getting the rossur.cr ar.i tie jToducer in touch throt; tv9 rrrsicrj ari. ether middle men, is C..5 cf the Ulr.rs which Mr. Rice will n-it e a ttuiy ef. . ; nffortj trill . r.ade to. deter- mine whit crc will I: cly bo planted . nafier . the prfrrt tt;rr.r:. :s of food . scarcity .tad y:r dcrrand, and if It , .wlll.be pc:-M,o to cxrect the army j on OaM to t..' c F.ny. ' - ; J ' In snort ti.e r.f A'rociaunn ceems it witr.ln its rrvvi"" to ree that Maul eoticty r r l-tj VJi tr.attcr of food .preparer.- i.'i'n lutcr.l-cnt. and enIMo r. .r. ' :. '- ' ' Officers Cl! The r e first Lv " tors hav i ! at tt- or: and the :irs :. j rn Tuesday was the i : - :'.'r- ttat. the dtreo ' 7 . t cy were elected i two weeks tzo, wcr T.is to elect officers .as follows: F. F. r.illwla. president: , It. A. Wafsvcrln. vlc-rrcflc:prit: D. C ''"Undsav. trts ircr: D. II. Case, sec rctarr. . Tl.e r -: -' : r I"r : l'. cf July races which for y. rs Jve tccn held on Maul under the c'.i I.'iul Racls; Asso ciation, which h?s row merged Its Identity w!:h that cf the' Mast countj fair, wiU this jcar te carried out - mcler dircrticn cf the following com- mlttee 'nar.;cd r.t Ti:?riryi meeting: F. B. Can:crr-.. chilrr..:a; Dr. J. a Fitzgerald, tr.l Fan T. Carey. ' ;- The fair c":r?ctcrs will held another meeting r.cit TucrJay, at which time i further sizilvz cocmlttecs will prohatly te r.rmed. "d reports from present cctrrr l.tccs cal'.c-d for; ' vo:.:E.7.scociHTYSEv;ir:G GTTlIf"" f "mTP'rt TfinAY,TaPnt' t these ports. Two centrals iiUgj o ... I ,U.IULWI have finished. operations for. the feea- , The NVhVcrhicd - Circles of the Women's fxicty cf Central -Union Church which "U net have their meet ings yesterday are r.ectlr; this after noon At 2:30 es lollows: .. Circls 1 lirs. A. IL Taricton, 253 "Oaha avesuo.-- - ' -.- - - Clrcl 2 3 rlrcC T. Winant, 2561 Fait Maica read. ' x ' Circl2 4 llrs. i C, Atherton. 223 f Kamehar.-ha avenue. . Circle S ? Irs. W. D. Wcstervclt, i?64 KaUk-'Jraveste. ' ' ir V. Circle 10 : Irs. -U." Wells Teterson, 15.19 Kccaumcku ttreet . Circles II r.r.1 12 Mrs, Stanley litcrhensoa, r;' Wilder avenue,' : " Circle 13 Mrs. D. Li Austin, Nuu ana avenue 'tr.dTuiwa laae;..:- -C!rc:? 1Mri. Asses H. B. Judd J C3 3'i..S $i"C Z t. ' . . . Circle 15 "rs; JUymond H. Leach, : Alcwa Hel-tts. - -Circle 16 Mrs. E. C. Webster; Ka- '.''nuhameha tch'iols. -- v.; -;- Here they are a .breath of old Mon-' tana. just as they gathered In aiiappy group-r in front of the Blalsdell llote for the Star-BulleGn ,;taff "photog repher when only a fv minutes off the Great Northern. ,v Y; ' v , From left to right, they are:Mrs Fyrcn C. Crcrc5. manager r the Misses Tx:iS' van- D'Otrr, Katleryne Casey, Jlarcaret IfcUride, MaryJJcike, Helen Uaton, Mildred Irvine. Nellie Sulil- 'h Vc'-tcr Jtabel, Zi.nn;and IkilUL (Hpeeial Correspondence Ncvers L Caliaghan, 89. Wall StreeU . , NEW . YORK. N. YV April . 5. Tl'.roushout the early part of the week the market displayed a slightly firmer tone, with comparatively light' trans action st prices -fluctuating between narrow limits, say at. from . ic to oc i hasf k rira r f- for rnbfts. Rellej-ft gener7lly, believing that war between united States and Germany would Wnz gboutf higher prices for sugar, refraJlcd from . 0rferlng- any , large quantities and generally asked - flc basis SS deg. c.&f. for Cubas. From day; to day, however, holders of nearby lots found It necessary to make con cessions from this price and although refiners, because cf liberal supplies of raws right bene. were. rather Indlffer cnt tQnearby.arcels, operators pov ed to be free buyers and all 'the otfer ir.rrs cf - Cuba at below 6c- basia S6 deg. c.&L gradually found buyers. Re- fmera did i take a fewJate April and ay shipment Cubas at f basis H d z c.&f.:and. also paid ,5.S3c' basis 85deg. ci.f. for the limited Quantities of Fcrto Ricos. that appeared for sale at. this latter price. The. market did net become firmly established at 5c Lasis 9S deg. c.if. for Cuhas until to. dajv when a brisk; buying movement of refined by the domestic trade at $c less 2 per cent caused refiners to take all the Cubas on offer for prompt and last half April shipment at Go basis 86 deg. cfcf , which amounted to only oO.QKO to.l'0,000 bags. . Subseiucntly 10,000 bags for last half April clear ance sold at 5 !-32c basis 93 deg. c.&f., and the market close very strong In tone with only light offerings at 1-1 6c to, le advance. '-; .' - The weekly cable 'from Coba was again incomplete, giving only the sta tistics for the , six princcal Jports, wnicb showed a normal crop move son with rtremendcnsly reduced pro duction, as a result of the recent revo. lution. These centrals,' the . Jobado 8nd Senado. whiti it had been' esti mated Vould ' produce ' about 673.000 bags, closed down with a total produc tion of only. 142.000 bags. r " ; ' Frice-of refined have continued Ir regular. The American S. R. Ca has made no changes from 7.2Sc less 2 per rent tut T:aVo "accepted only a small percentage of the orders submitted to them at this - price. The National S. R. CoS advanced from 7Se te.?.&ne Icps 2 per cent, hut -would not' sell freely at either basis. The other re finers remained unchanged at Sc less 2 per cent, until today when a lively buying movement at this price caused the Warner. S. R. Ca to withdraw and the Federal ' S. R. Co. to advance to SZic less 2 per cent A great many buyers appear to be apprehenslveMest sugar prices will materially advance because of war,' and today many at tempted to anticipate their wants by ' wvy I . . -v.-.---;:4:"-- i - V . ' . t -' T'. I " ' ' ' ;. i . f . V 'J r.. : i . J. 1 " -v.-,- " . . . . . ......... Mrs. S. !U Corey, the chaperon e, Mrs. Cooney's mother.. .They constitute the party sent to Hawaii by the Montana, American, - one -of the most - popular weeklies of the Northwest, of Butte, Montana - i ; ; " V v . .The girls arencamped at the BlaU- f deU and are-tallying forth in .every the coun try as pbssfhe. pfore unday i Hawaiian ..Band playing first and then mprhlng-ra time, they, are "already. L Ernest Kagfs orchestra, the, girls .ot tlr.edlri? beta use they mottJeayo theaTiiJi idea of-real lUiuajt.mufiict Which REco:.:nEDATiofisoHi;f.inrinr"r-:7r:rnrr:"irr- BREAKWATER ARESENTV OfJ TO WASHINGTON " The awarding ot the contract io eon e true t a breakwater at KahulUi to jie Kahulul Railroad has been 'recom mended by Ueut. Col. B- R. Raymond, United States engineer, and has been forwarded to Washington for approval. It Is one of the Important harbor pro iecta - undertaken in recent years In Hawaii' and will greatly benefit Ka huluL The purpose -of the breakwater Is to prevent the current from deposit ing sand in the harbor, basin and also to protect the harbor which Js aome what exposed. As soon as the papers are returned from Washington - work will start at once to take advantage of the summer, months )-:, f . B00k-0M HAWAIIAN- " MYTHOLOGY TO SOON - : :f ; v GO TO PRINTERS ' The first part or tbtfnev book of Thomas ,G. Thrum, "entitled lAncIent Hawaiian Mythology.? ;wfn go to the mainland, in the next mail. - Although Mr, Thrum Is recognized all over the world as an authority this latest work will , further ...increase: his prestige 1 amona; scientists.. : V'-?i;' The book Is divided into five parts embraclrig-all angles "of Hawaiian leg endary v traditions, ' vit, , Creatioa Myths,w "Beliefs InH IUure Ufe," Deities",-.'? ."Other , Ancient " Beliefs," and "Legendary "Myths.'". ".:;.. ' HOARDING OF FOOD IS; NOW BEING INVESTIAATED Hoarding of food by people'in Hono lulu and an attempt by a certain hui to comer, the rice market is' being thoroughly Investigated by the United States district attorney; according to Raymond C Brown, who ao said at tte meeting of the chamber of commerce yesterday. At a recent meeting of the directors of the chamber these two matters were brought up. ' A commit tee of the. chamber is also cooperating- with the attorney. ; ' '-;'. t v NEBRASKA GOES DRY (Associated ' Press by, U. S." Naval :; 'Wireless) 1 "-.r; r-. UNCOLK Neb April 19L--The state senate, yesterday adopted a report, of the conference committee la favor of prohibition. Th's ends, the struggle Tor prohibition In the state with "victory for the "drys,. as the . bill . is r now ready for the's!gntnre,bf the gover nor. The law will go Into effect Alay 1 ; and bans all Intoxicating liquors from the . state. i Even the so-called "nearbeer.-. of: other "dry'' states is forbidden. ':;t'.' ' ;:; : placing contracts for large amounts at Sc. less 2 per cent? .Refiners are re luctant, to fill speculative orders, ut the trade appears to be intent upon accnmulaUng stocks, and If buyers in sist ' upon following this' pbUcy r thy will only force the price of sngar to new high record levels. . : i ;V ' - . . i . - . - . :: In the Great Northern.' ', ;Mrs Cooney has, provided two" big cars for the girls t take anywhere , they please arid they are spending most of their time riding and sightseeing. I ' Last, night: they, had 1 a .wonderful tlme at the dinner-dansant . . ,at , h ! Pleasanton - Hotel ' where' &: - special UMi luiiiltniUUiW Businessmen f IndorseVjOryf -I Move But Wdnt it on Home . Legislation, Not By Congress , Hawaii's large business interests as represented la the' chamber of com merce have gone on, record, for prohi- - The resoluUon proposed by the Anti-I Saloon ' League now in the senate asking congress to enact a prohibition law for Hawaii, aas opposed by the chamber oX.' commerce ' Wednesday afternoon oa the ground that as' Ha waii Is a self-governing territory ' !t would be a confession that the islands cannot. handle their own affairstr.'The chamber 'was asked to indorse Uke measure but Toted it dpwn by a f4Iriy close Tote and Instead went on record as favoring a local prohibition, meas ure, i -vi .- - : .' - David Cary Peters, president of the Anti-Saloon League, appeared before the chamber on behalf ot the resolu tion. He said that the league had In dorsed senate bill 33, which was the substitute for the Chilllngworth bill, but that had been killed in the housa rand smother bill introduced by-Repre sentative Andreas .whlch had been "iuggied" to such an extent that It Is now ; absolutely worthless and could cot be enforced even if It did pass, j He then read the resolution and asked I that It be approved. ' The opposition to the resolution was lead by W. O. Smith.-; rXU K - "I deplore the Idea of .our going to congress and asking It to pass a law after it has. made the. Islands a self governing territory, " he said It would be a step backward and should never be done. . It would simply; be telling congress that we cannot govern our selves. There is not a state in the Union which .would think . of such 'a thing. . It is a confession of weakness,v If we start running to congress when ever we need, help; I can see nothing but a military commission for us. : We have demonstrated cnr ability to gor ern ourselves and on the whole the , Steam-power is to nayig tion as advertising is to ousiness. xne ocean iiner m plnnges through the thicks est and most . treacherous. ! . m ' V ' .....J.. weamer sxraignv iio; ,,us port; the sailing -'- vessel veers and tacks and beats about, reaching its desti- nation : only by , following t h e mo st -meandering course. ; In which class is your business? - - A :A: THE AD iian. mm fc-. 'ASK; m; "' they ' declare will be hard to forgets Hie evening had a grand finale with1 a Home Sweet Home at Henie's Vav-. em;:; r-.' Y, : : A little Hawaifaa and South Sqa fan la already encroaching on the Mojit.na smile and th!s afternoon the fair north- ernera who do not boast sunny.: sandy shore, kissed fetti.W' take to the water and have their. flrsf.'KauI, Great Northern and. Ecuador of- experience ofTthe surTboard and the i fleers in large numbers was' an affair outrigger canoe.-.v;-T.VJcVirWng7e '', r AERO CLUB WANTS THOUSAND AVIATORS - FOR FRENCH FRONT (Assdciated .- Press . by IT. 8.. Naval v--Vri:i-1 1,.Wlrelesay.jf.-;:;,'-i;,j NEW '.YORK, . YH April 13 The Aero Club -ot America' yesterday adopted-a resolution calling upon the president and ' the National - pefense Council.to provide for the, training and equipment' of one thousand aviators for service against the Germans upon the, western front as soon as possible. The resolution declares that the nation sbodld -provide -at least three aero- .PIanes with-each aviator WOULD BAR BREWERS ; ' , . FROM USING GRAIN -'. :-,4 - -.. Press by . U. 8. -Naval (Associated A & .h '' i ;-. .i Wireless) iXi k KANSAS CITY; Mo., April 19. The board "of trade yesterday , formally adopted a resolution calling upon con gress to put a legislative ban upon the use of grain of any sort for the jnanu facture of alcoaolic liquors for bevern MAKEKAU WANTS SENATE r ' TO CONFIRM RIVENBURG Senator R. H. Makekan of Hawaii itartled upper, reuse members" yester day by movies that the senate confirm the governor's appointment of Bertram G. .Rlenburgh. as land com- missloner. Castle immediately rose to 'defer the matter, to Friday of this week, declaring that the senate should be consistent In Its stand 'to wait until other" appointments . had come down from the governor before taking action on the land office. Makekau and Mikaele voted against deferring further'. - - laws have been wholesome. The. fed eral government recognizes this and approves our laws." .'. .'--,'"':'.' v George W. Paty,. secretary; of . the league, aald that congress had enacted a' prohibition - law for the District of Columbia and Alaska and Mr. Smith replied that Hawaii and the; District of Columbia could not "be compared. 5 L. T. Peck and & F. Bishop ' also spoke, backing. In effect, the conten tion of Mr. Smith. . - .. '; i; Mr. Petersthen told the' "chamber that the house had killed bill 33 be cause, under the Organic. Act. "It did hot believe " it had the authority to pass it: ' v. " The bill was drawn up by the best lawyers Jo the. territory,", Mr. Peters said, "and was absolutely legal, but if the legislature refuses to.act where shall we go 7" . ' : W. R. Farrington suggested that con-, gress be asked to give the territory power to pass its own prohibition law which would mean a plebiscite. 1 ' . To bring the discussion to a head, Frank - Cx Atherton moved 'that the resolution be approved. Following Its defeat, he then moved that the .cham ber go on record as favoring a local prohibition law, which was carried -with only one dissenting vote.. ' 'Invitations . to "dinner arid parties specially arranged for the girls are rowing in rapidly and no one is over- ookinganoppoxtunity to show theai hate"ved Mar on V,dow. VToday. n!ZaSfi?n! tih,ftlt-J rrobublo: that'ron Wtedo will S I i ' nnA ti I cIoe!y-. questlone J concernlns ; that" MFAV03S VMembers of the chamber; of com merce "at a meeting Tuesday afternoon west on record favoring a big increase In taxation for road. purposes. . Two motions were passed, one proposing a specific tax to provide for a compre hensive scheme for permanent roads and the other that the chamber jto on record ai favoring house bill 436, which provides for an additional tax for money to be spent In the -district nf Hnnoliiln for roads. The -first ear- of Honolulu, for roads. - The 'first car tied unanimously, but the second .was vigorously opposed and only passed by -t J .rv- M.... a narrow margin. .The passages! the bill will make the tax rate in Honolulu w Mf.mii t a nnsl commits tc determine, how' much money, is re - W - - - - I quired; :v,.', V-v; - ;:.- The road question was brought to the attention of the members by W. It. Farrington who declared that T the broads of Honolulu ceedad to be entire ly reconstructed. He said there is not a comprehensive oad program before any branch of the government today. ; 'A liveV discussion followed which finally settled down to the question of how much money was needed. All ad mitted that money' should be raised for permanent roads. Because there seemed to be consid erable confusion in the minds' of many as to Just how much money the city and county sh xild have to" spend,' F. 1.;. Atnerton enaea tne aiscussion Dy moving that both motions be referred to a committee consisting of the chair man of the road 'committee of the board of supervisors, a . committee from the Automobile Club, and the legislative committee of the chamber of commerce. ' -:. '; MERCHANT MARINE AT I - : DISPOSAL OF WILSON (Associated Press by tV S. ; Naval i:. .) -. Wireless! ;'. . . WASHINGTON, I). (X. April 1J Late in the day. yesterday the senate committee- on ; raTal affairs voted unanimously to approve the bfll giving the president the authority to com maadeer American merchant bhips for us-3 during the war by the government i JVON BISsTnG DEAD (Associated Press by U. S. Naval :--.;:-i'. ' Wireless)! LONDON. Ea?.. April 19.Des- petch es from the neuter correspondent at Copenhagen last night announced the death in Germany cf General von Blssing, at one time governor of Bel gium. He Isreported to have died last night . ': ; ' . ;'''. - Charles Moat, of Toledo, was killed and several others were slightly In jured when a westbound New . ..York Central passenger train No. 19 ran in. to a freight wreck near Waterloo. Ind. GOODW ILLS Letter anl Papers -Contain Stories ot Governments Ac : tion Checking , Activities ' S Ia AnsVlea newspapers and ietteri j lately received give repttts of sehurea . of property la the vicmsty of we Angci C'.ty fcr alleged acttvitle of Hermans, : The Examtaer of April 11- publishes . jtae foitowiag: : v r The discoery of an aeroplana fa try cji Uie lng teach boulevard. uated In a big red barn,- whra t eloeriy Austrtans are.now tcnstruit. Ins a monster aenpane of UjC battla ' . tjpt;. fitted with ar -torei)oer to 1 gme. yesterday caused cvnaiderabl excteu.ent In fnMtl tirele and th . waiter, it la-, unilcrstood." a ham" dlatelr reported tq the,. authorities at; i Wshinston. . ' ' . ' ''."'r -i Vbe biru aa .raidt . Si-etfal A?ent l.;.M. BUnrord and Deputy buenlfs A'oian ani Kox, and Cue tr pHctors fntr:rrogaUd. At ,fri't'they . -Helmed reticent about gling infoma- ' ' fltn but finally declared that they I were .iiiJl lag this big uum ior ths V impose sqflcarryifig gonuaent, mail, . In fAhuka. J They confessed, hosvc, . ' that they bad entered Into no contract JwjUi the government for & malt route. Nur could -ibeyj cxpii:a satisfactorily ; : ti the officers wliere t!ic .. moutv kh tle bttiltfnjtf tho mathlne en-1 tailed came from. v Yl . .-"A j : Though no arrests were made Uifl 'men were crJcred not. to rftmota tba machine from, the ar without a guv- , '. ) ernment petmit, and. meantime. Ucy . ,'a.ip. beins closely watched. : i .."UvWence secured by Utf jUUer trhdeif to show that these men bad ; been frequently seen la cotopatfy wltU Carl ven AVIedow, who la under sus picion of being a German 8py. . - 3 It Is alleged that ten. .WIed.qw..Ui two aeroplane builders and-several . ether Germans, no under u?TJcloa., nightly congregated at a certain Mala, street cafe, wbero they would appear One or dc i. r.vt the machine I of a,speedy.typ and larger .thanany'ta-Sothernvtalifwr ia.- .. . - ) -.- . I ' -.WheOxef or not cttct'xZic'hhc?lir9" - ; tbben constructed Li. thjj barn. 1 now : tt matter of official investigation.' ; rins ' Estate" Reported-- Sslxti ; y Reports' were received yesterday of the seizure of s large estate at Holly wood, by the government and Its be!nv held under guard. They were ccr.i-'n-ed in a private letter and no confi.-J atloo appears In the mostTecent tJ Angeles paper to reach bereft Thi"' . letter states that the seizure followed thr discovery that a permanent can- . nori base had been , built on, the ., grounds' and that there were' quantl-; ties of ammunition stored there-. ';" The house.1 a Japanese bungalow; 1.1 one ot the show places of Lo,i Aaself lff,c' f7rJ TrftV its 'hurt mAnd& 106 ratIr.e cUy.' V .5U.''3 and occupies a position that .com- J at an expense of nearly $1.G0.j,oC3 by , i wo 8IJrDnlC(ulr? kj supposed to be Germans. .The bulld- Lag was seldom occupied by the. own ers but has been. In charge or a num- l Japanese A number of recj.ar soldiers are now In command of th! estate." . -, :' -.. ' ; V !; ; -Busch Gardens Reported Taken " The ' satne letter says that the fa; ' mousrtjusch "gardens at Pasadei ha 1 been confiscated because a powerful radlb .planV had been discovered" on the grounds.' Of this, also, there iff xla newspaper" confirmation. ' ' '-; ' " The letter further sUtes that It l believed', In "the Southern -California; city ; that at least 10,000 trained and armed German soldiers are now- on tae Mexican border ready to make a dash. Into the United States. y FORT SHAFTER,' 'April 13. Upon the recommendatlcn of the comaand Ing officers the following appointments have been made in different cocpa nies. To be corporals, PvL 1st Class Louis Williams,- Company G,- 2nd -Infantry, Pvt 1st Class Joseph NVWy socki. Company M. 2nd. la ran trf Pvt 1st Class De Witt V. Ball, and PL-Ist Class Harry A. Beder, Company Ir 2n i Infantry. To be sergeant Corporal George D. Craij, Company C; 2nd'In fantryv ' " i----' -; - '. ' ' - -' Muilctin 3rd -JlassJCB' arles Emptiest Headquarters - (mpany,' has been transferred ai private to Company D, 2nd. Infantry," and thea attached to Headquarters Company, 2nd. Infantry. "r , '- - - 23r' - : Pvt 1st aa : Urtj M. Cordon. Company M, 2nd. Infantry; has been transferred to the quartermaster corps. Pvt Louis N. Ftewart.- Coast i -Artillery Corps, Fort Ruger, has been trias rerred to Company C, rd. Engineers. Fort Sh after. V' -; : After laving Inea down in caap at the Palace Groaads, Honolulu for xiver two wesks. the 1st batulion, II:' r Palmer comifurdteg, were cr.';;,.i back to their post at Fort Zlilicr ca Monday, and ars nowat their t-ru.,1 routine workw r, - - "4;' '"