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HAWAIIAN -.GAZETTE. FRIDAY,- JANUARY 30,- 1914 SEMI-WEEKLY.
Mexican Rebels to Be Giyen Eight
to i Furchaso i Arms ahdr A Jnau
uitioa In United States with
Which , to1 ' Coatinua Fight
. Against i Huerta -) Gnaymas
' Again Threatened VUla, Not
WASHINGTON, January 29.
(Awociated Press by Federal
tion is being .riven to the ap
peal of the Constitutionalists of
Mexico that they bo permitted
to purchase arms and ammuni
tion in the. United States with
which V continue their cam-
Eaign against the Federals. . It
i believed that thetappeal will
soon be granted, though Presi
dent Wtoon and Secretary of
State , Bryan, whojihave been
carefully, considering the ques
tion . for several . . days have
reached no final determination.
An, informal inquiry among
administration officials here
has disclosed the fact thai prac
tically the entire cabinet as
well as many members of the
senate committee on foreign re
lations, together with congres-'
sional leaders are ready to sup
port the President should he
raise the embargo by proclama
tion, v ' "' ' ':-.;
Consideration ' of the appeal
of the Constitutionalists is be
lieved to be, prompted at this
time ' by the knowledge '.that
conditions in Mexico are not
improving and that the'Huerta
forces have showed no signs of
being able to , put down the
revolution. The raising of the
embargo against the Constitu
tionalists would' greatly lighten
the.woj-Jc of the ; United States
army foveas on, the border as
well as the American " vessels
stationed off along fhe Mexican
DOUpLAS, Anzna January
29. ( Associated preas by Federal
Wireless) Reports reaching here
last night ' announced ; that the
ret vl. .'. fy rev'e which' . began , their
adviiiH'u , iiAvard - Uuayniaa sever
al l;t.Vk . h no yesterday occupied
8a i June de Uuaymas. This is
ft buburb of the besieged port on
the Gulf of California held by the
Iluerta' forces.! 5 ' ' "'
' " Jt ia the only ioint in the State
o i 'Sonbra ,. which1 the '-Federals
have ben able to hold Repeated
attacks, by th Federals hav been
reputajcd. and though, th,e city .is
besiegeq on. three si.l-8 the Jluer
ta foreea have succeeded 'in land
ing s,upplea bytiwater,: and hya
continuing vhati has Wq one of
the strongest resistances display
ed by the Federals' outride of the
City of J Mexico, ;. '. '.,"'' ';; .
. . It is;; believed here ' that the
rebels now ; plan a final attack;
upon- the; besieged" oity.' to . con
tinue unil the Fiidfrals, surrender
or escape on the - Mexican gun
boats which have been stationed
close by aiding in the defense of
the city. ' - : 'i ;' '., ,. V;':
JUAREZ, Mexico, January '29. (As
sociated Press by fecjera,) Wireless)
Oeafrat Villa, in comruaad of the Con
stitutionalist force, is the State of
Chihuahua, issued a- itatement lat
night ii which he diavlaimed anr am.
liition of bervmicg' Hreyideat of Mexloo
in the event of the aneceM of the revo
Intioai Tfce roert he been ruirent
that villa -ha been awretlv plotting
for the presidency atfuinut i'rovUlunal
'r;lent Carrana of the Conatitution
ajint JtrovUiona) government. Villa'
diavlatmer t believed to have followed
r?Hirt that 'arriiH reaeuti hi ean
dldacjr. ; '
, BTENOH AYR lid, Argentine Bpub
Me, January 2U.-Aoeiated Prea by
'fdersl Wireea) A' aerie of earth
iiaka re reported from the vicinity
of Jdedoxa. ; The shock have been
preceded by sutiteranneaa ruaibliac.
The populace of Uedoaa i panic (trick
en and niany havf flJ tq the bill and
aurrounding eouutry, . " ' ' '
L Ul UU
m TO HELP - CURT -
BUT PEACE PROGRAM
wAsmxatoNj January so.
(Attoriafi' jreae""! federal Vire
leas) Another step hi the carrying
put of -Secretary of State Hryan'a
international- (ware policy wan n-.
fompliabed here yewtoiday wneu (ho
eeretnry pf . state, agreed on the
term of as. .tteitfjr ..with the. Danish
milliliter here. ' .
' Under the proposed . treaty' al)
question which mar ariae between
the two nation shall be submitted
to arbitration. ' ; ..''
(Question where national honbf
are. involved, also, are to bo ailbmik
Ud' to the arbitration tribunal' If
the term of the agreement are An
ally approved by ooth nation.
DEMAND BE CALL OF '
j GOVERNOR GENERAL
OLASOOWt Kco)laiid,1,January VS.
(By Atfociatetr r.reaa' Cable) The an
nual Scottiith Labor X'o ference passed
a reaolutioa today deniandina; the recall
of Viscount Gladstone, jovcrnor general
of South Africa, becaune -of hi course
in the disorder and the' allogod high
handed manner ing which, the revolt was
put down. . ' . " ' ' ' ; " .
DEATH CALLS CtJLLOM.
WASlItKOTOX,. January 28. -r (By
Associiteii' Presal Cal le)' Ex-fienator
Shelby 1'nllo'in of Illinois died today.
Re hud Veu critically ill for several
day. '' .-- "it ' '
.. BLI53 PRAISED. . ' '
WA8IUNlTOX,. January 28. (By
Associated J'rrsa. Cab.lo) Secretary of
War Uarrisoii today, wrote a letter to
Gen. Tanker II. HIihb, commsuding the
troops' on the Mexican . border com
mending the ''courage, activity, - and
rare degree of wisdom" . that Qea.
Blis a delayed. 1 . '
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NIAGARA FAUl, New York, Jan
uary g9.-r( Associated Press by Federal
Wireless) State a well aa local health
authoritiea Inst night decided upon a
complete quarantine of Niagara Falls.
There are 130 eaea of smallpex in the
city; ani this -action was decided upon
to prevent-a ipread - of 'the . disease
among the tourists. ' At this season of
the year hundred come here to enjoy
the akating abo the fall as well a
view the froxeu rapid. , " , .: V V
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American Naval Officer; Commands
InternationaJ Force Now Pa-
. . i . , f '- . ,
v. trolling Haiti's Metropolis. , a.
POBT-AtJ-PRINCE, Haiti, ' January
29. (Associated Preea by Federal Wire;
leas)- The battleship South' Carolina',
wits -Admiral Badger aboard,' and a
force of seven hundred officers and men,
arrived here yesterday afternoon. The
cruiser,', under full jeed, covered, the
distance from OKiantanaino, approxi
mately flve hundred miles, in leu tbao
tfranty' konra. :', s,.y ,;. '."
Admiral liadgor biss assumed com
mand of the international force, con
sisting of three huqdre.d' American and
German bl'iciacket. which now patrol
the ejty. ' ttecjal (ruarda from these
force have been stationed at the Amer
ican and German -leiration..
A committee of, public safety has
been organiied to aid in preserving
" President ' Or esie of Haiti and hi
family are still aboard the German
cruiser Yineta. " . : , .
omCXALS MAY SUFFER
v ..FQR SUMMARY ACTS
I BETOBXA,' South Africa, janaa'ry
?S. (By Associated Press Cable) As
a result of tbo recent., industrial disor
der; here and the summury measures
taken by Premier Louis Botha and hiB
associate ''bitieials, rourt proceedings
have been Vgnn agaiiist the ministers
pf 'war,1 defense and justice" and'' the
mlnistef of 'the "Interior. The 'court
' proceedings are' begun becanse: of do
portations of ringleaders' in the revolt.
nupreme ourt Jmlge Hir John Wea
el made a statement today In which
a tay mat if be bad known yester
day what he know today be would
havf granted an 'injunction restraining
the1 government from taking its radical
stop to suppress tbe revolt.
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E.VA BOOTH SUFFERS V
" A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN
NEW YORK," 'January 29. (Associ
ated Press by Federal Wireless ) Eva
Booth, head of the American HalvatioH
Army organleation; u ill. Her soitdi
tioa last night was reported a" ViypUH.
rns is ruuenng rroin a norvona ureuw
down, .-' " .'.' '.'. ; . '
-WASHINGTON, January 28. (By
Associated Prcs fable) After a cam
paign thaf has extended , over . piany
years, the moral .forces of Washington
have wan their light to abolish the
'segregated disUlotM of the capital
Te Kenyon bill pamtcd in . its final
fp,rm totlny and n as gone to tbe presi
dent for signuturo. The bill does away
wit the immoral district. A number
or uiiBHion workers, have, requested
Presitlent W!ilon not to siun the bill
until they ran provide employment for
the women of : the district.- - They fear
mat pmerwia nim h of the good effect
01 iae measure -will te lost.
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THU CHJXDRCK'S COLDS.
Wateh the rliildien ' eolda and cure
them before they weaken the vitality,
Use Chamberlain's C'oiinU Itciliedy free,
ly. It ia perfectly aafe. it has been
tested by chemists and prJiiouin-ed free
from tnjuriuii suptn'es and eot bat
tfllc, Fprjjalp by all dMiler. BeuHoaj
Coiith & Co,H agents for Jlawni.
. : .1 v
Trim Fijrhtinj? Craft
Hurtying on 'if' way to Hhe Mexican
Coast (o be' of such seryice as may be
found necesaary, the . French armored
battle cruiser Montcalm, ja dufi to r
tiva here early-next month, probably J
Ua Grit of the coming wee. mi
pewa was eontalned in a private letter
received in Honolulu yesterday. Rear
Admiral llugnet is aboard ' the ' vexsel
and ti flag ofltcer accompany him. "'1'
Thn Monteattn, it is believed, win
remnin here about one Week tA take on
First Test Made With portable
Outfit Insures Constant Comma-i -ideation
Between Defenses, u-
; SCHOFIELD: BARHACKB; ' January
?8. The wagon wirelesa utflt fit, Copj.-i
pany . Signal Corps, which was sent
out here a tew days ago in charge of j
two hignal Corp wireless experts, was J
Installed at the radio' station near Jones j
jtancn, ana went into commission, last
Bight.''1''1''' i-'?' ' i-s
' A test had beea arranged with the
radio ataon . at Fort De Russy, and
about nine o'clock last uigbt bighaj
Sergeant' J. C. Grant cranked 'op his
engine and aet' the dynamo humming,
while ia the adjoiaiaK building, Wire
less Operator J. F. IiOgu prosked d,WB
the key of 'hi heading apparatss, and
tent out the spark calling lie ttusay,
Uhafter and other waiting station. Just
a few time wae the caU repeated, aad
then listening in, the operator taugkt
the answering flask from the Da Hussy
station, '.and the last, link, ia commu
nication in the defenses of 0hu, was
established. .As-indicated by its name,
the apparatus Installed here ia k port
able outfit, complete ia every detail,
i'be aeetiooal mast is not used at this
station, tbe. wireless 'masts aad aerGaU
having been erected some time ago..','
' .,' Great Beading Kadjus. ; ;
The two kilowatt generating machine,
operated by a gas engiue, ha a send
ing radius of about '- 800 ' miles oa
land,' and from this elevation; probably
about twice that ' distance at ' aoa. A
test had beea arranged the previous
night, but it was hot 'successful. , The
dry sail here'' afforded '' ut-h '.a poof
ground that the operator could sot send
Out a spark ' powerful enough to pene
trate through the etherial disturbance
created by the great'Poulaea apparatus
which wo -working with Has Francises
at the time. 'A the Penlsea outfit was
sending a continual atrcaii) 'of ' tnes
sagea, the teet-was given np after
forking for an hour and a half.
'Last evening ' rain wet' the, ground
thoroughly and rendered the condition
moitt fuvorable for tbe test, which prov
ed suoceMful' beyond all expectation.
When the lie Buasy operator 'a us werod
his cair he 'replied that HchoSeld was
coming in on hi".' like a t6n of brick'
and Sergeant Urant was the ' running
his engiae at a lew-speed. ' J uc id cn tal
ly, all the paaseasora of local telephones
were'gi-a: an-topportUorlty to read wire
less at home, and the aignal sergeant
in ( barge of the busy telephone switch
board lad tro,uUka of ,hi own. .r '-
'V Work Interesting. ';' ' ''
The work Isn't bight at the nw sta
tion wu exceedingly iqterestiogj After
the test with the-other military sta
tion had been completed, this station
exchanged compliment' with the steam
er Uonuiiiin- (ha ahoitt a' houdred
mile put at sea, during the intervals
bewecu the' wesKaees the ilorjolulao
wa sending in to the commercial' ta
tioa.'.,Th.eH, jimt to dejiipuittrate. that
s-1ence bad reluoved S'bo(leld. from -its
(solution from the.' outside': world, he
operator "sat' in" on' thp tranmuia
sioa pf press despatcho to vessels 'at
sea then being transmitted to the Mat
ctjui' station from:Suk Francisc..''. This
was apt the distance' recprf,' boweyer,
for a call was- received from the radio
station at fia.n Diego, '' 'f
With sueh powerful a ad "effluent
radio pparatua so favorably .located
for coiuiuunication'bV land and sea. the
military authorities re loW'made prac
tically independent .of all other )ipef
of cpmmmticatidn. ; ','. t ; '. ; "; .
TOKIO, January 49.-- (Associated
Press bjr Federal Wire1ess)-vOne' of the
result pf (he recent volcanic' disturb
ances on Bakurajiina and other islands
of Japan wa reported 'hqrjf yesterday
with receipt of. the; announcement that
a new' volcanic inland 'baa suddenly
sprung put qf the Pcean,. tnaOttng Jt
apjiearance three miles east of Iwojima,
one pf the Bonln Islands group. The
new island If miU) in clrrumfer-i
ence and one thousand feet' ia height.'
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Henri Jules 'Pipehon, Upited 8tatps
government Inspector at Pearl Jlarb6f,
will leave for the mainland on the next
Army transport. Mrs. plnchoo ,will ac
company' hint. Pigt'hou' has been trank
ferrpd to Haa Hiego where- the govern
ment n pretaring.tQ. build, ana of the
largest radio statiou ia the world.
Cruiser "MoMcalm Is
si . . 1 . r .. j. . , ; : - '...V'. . . . j
"TRENCII BATTLE CRUISER MONTCALM,
raft of. FceDylwavUoiind or,,5lfjpoIXow
cbnl aiid an'pplieav' and mar proceed
irom nere to rian r raneisro ociore con
failipp to itbe- We't coast 'Of Mexico.
Thi however, will' depend Upon the
Hlem: the .' Vessel recrtye when ', it
rekobes 1erv as Veil a the discretion
ot Admiral iliiguet as to whether the
presence of his. vessel .1 required oft
alei'ioo' at'once: .''' '' ' ". ?
' The'last visit of the Montcalm to
TYottolflln wax in 1910, and will tie pleas
antly reeallcd by. many llonoliil ms who
wer tHests" aboard tbe hospitable thip
anting ita atay her;i -' ' ,
idow of Santos Morales Identi-
vftfies Prisoner as Man Who
, ' r.;v Shot Her Husband.! i
(Froti Thhrsda: Ad'vertrser).'.
..Witk the third day gone , by aince
the drawing of the trial jury began on
Moudajf, morning in Judge 'Cooper 'a.
C9urt', the prosecution, .'in he case of'
iim T.-.i tn.W ..i.lL.t IUn.n. ' X?
8imraoDs and James ( Frederick Field,
poth colored,, charged with the murder
pf pantos Morales, a Porto Ricaa, who
was,' ahipi at.' ohiawa, flahu) oa June
30 an Jied on July 5 of last year, was
pot yetthrough with it first material
witness, Airs, r'rrtncisc.a 'U'ilhooley, wid
ow of Mpralea, when T the court ad
jonrued yesterday at noon 1 until this
morning at half-past .eight o'clock. -
( apt. Harry T. Mke waa the . first
witneas introduced. He identified a
plan pf the prefiaea, where the, ihoot
hig took place, and which had been, pre
pared b'y him.' "Tde( plan show the lo
cation of 'the people 011 the night the
tragedy took place.' It ra Introduced
in evidence and marked for identifica
tion. The- drawer of a bureau, some
what shattered ami with two hole in
it, wa also introduced in evidence and
both drawer and hole ' were- marked
for identification. '. ' ..', v."' : '
Morale' widow, who since her hus
band ' tragic death, some two abort
month afterward, took unto .herself
another spouse, testified on tba stand
tbat.ahe had witnessed Himmona, one
of the defendants, fire the fatal shot
which put an end tp. the earthly career
of husband No. 1. . .
:Thpre wa a artiff wprdy, 1 fight bat-ween
Proaeeutor Cathcart and leon M.
Straus who ia defeudiug Field, over the
question of interpreters, Htrnu objex't
fng - atretlnously . to the employment of
Interpreter. Ocnmpo. Finally, a search
which extended to Waipahu, brought
forth Waion R. Ygloria the first 'itt
pinq educated ia the United Mtate un
der the education law passed by the
insular government. Ygloria qualified
and proceeded to tagalog Mra Uilbool
r' Filipino dialect into English, F.
Vhnaek' represent Bimraon. j
-Captain Frederick C. Miller and
Howard W, AHaaia, who drew forth
from Judge Cpopor a terse admonition
an. Monday pa to tholr .duties a jurors
owing tp-their 1 statements that they
were opposed to -capital punishment, re
main oa the jury. which waa finally ac
cepted aa satisfactory to both side on
Tuesday, and which ia made up a fol
lows! : , .'.:;, 'i-v '..,... ',.- .
-Jacob' QrdeartelniWilliRin M.'Min
top, Howard Wj 'Adams, Thomas H.
Hughes, Henry P. Roth, . John H.
'Thompson, Frederick C. Milter, ' Fred
erick C. Bailey,-Adolpk B. Angn,iUlu
laal F. Lemon, C harles W. Ziegler and
C, D. Banisen, ;, 1, . V, ' , ' .
y 1'.' . .' 1 " 9 i 1 1 1 . 1
. HirUB. Keual, January 27. Conaid
erable building activity has started up
ok 'the 'new , homestead lands of ' Wai
pbult, podr kapa'. Among otherii, Fred
Tracey la' bnijd'ing quite a fine country
reaidcice pf. (levori. toonia, with barn
and. servants' quarters.'' Mrs.- Booge
will bu!ld oon..VK.' M.. Cheatham will
start work on hi barn at.ouce .and will
begin building his bonse In April. He
and fuinily will pcet.fpy 'another house
In the neighborhood until their Own 1
completed. .' " ;'; i
llantiaj is also starting up, with a
vim Mr. Horner; of aourse,' take the
lead, With .about eighty ares planted
for the ;P)nep.la ('omiaQy. J. . B.
FeuiheMton baa plntad . ahoit five
acres on hi homeatoad, and Mr. Booge
about one.' acre:' These, and a number
pf other have their, land plowed and
will -plait extensively iu' the coiirse of
the net two-' month. . .' ' -' .
( it is planned to '-have work on the
new cannery beijin in June. . Building
operations will be o arranged that the
cannery will te in operation aa sopn a
there U ne,ed for .its aervice. ,
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-A'eivil service examination will bo
held at the custom houae in Honolulu
February 1 to fill the position 0M111.
migration inspector for the ort of Ho
bolulu. The poxition carries a snlarr
of H3H0 a year. All detaUa and in
formation can Xm secured from John W.
Hhort at the custom houae, .iregurdiug
the coudltione .of this exainiuation. ;:
Headed for This Tort. .
The Montcalm, feeing a flagship, Will
carry a complement of 683 oflieera and
men; It is one of the stanch fighting
ship of the French Navy, and' ha -a
speed of twenty-one knot an hour. Its
displacement i 0517 tons. The length
at the water line la 432 feet; it ha
a team of sixty-three and'. two-thirds
feet and a mean draft of twenty-four
and one-half feet. It is equipped with
two 7-6 cuns, eight 6-4 guns, four fouri
Inch guns, sixteen three-pounders and"
two submerged eigateen-tncb torpeqa
tubes. -''.. "''?:' V - - ' I
Alleged White Slayers to Be Tried
Again,1 Says United States
. Attorney McCam.
(Ftem Thursday Advertiaer.)
' Unable to arrive at a verdict, the
jury in the case pf tbe United State
against . Oiovaot A. Long, Pauline
Hayes and William ; Knock, charged
with a' violation of the White Slav
Art, wa discharged St six o'clock yss
teruay ' evening by Judge Charles F.
demons in the federal court. .The jury
Lad been out but two hour when it
linully reported it could not agree and
wa then discharged. . . 1. ' '
'The case had been on trial durmg
three day, District Attorney Jeff Me
Cam, asaiHted by ' Assistant - Attorney
(I. C. Bitting, couducted the prosecu
tion, whie Attorney Frank ' Andrade
represented the defense. The case
hpaned ycaterdiiy morning wltk . Pan
iiuo.uayeg, who since her arrest, inar-
tied , hor co-defendant. Oiovaai A
Long, oa the witnesa stand for the d
feus. BUe was followed by Long and
the other defendant William Knock, f
' District Attorney Mct'arn atated
last night that the case, would be re
tried in a week or two.' A 11 the jurors
in the federal eourt were excused yes
terday until tomorrow .- morning, the
ease against Mrs. Alvira U. Field.
charged with Hqupr selling, whK?k was
to go to trial today, having to go- eve
nntii seme ether time her attorney
Leoa M. Htraus, is now. engaged in de
femHna her husband. James P.- Field.
in Judge Cooper 'a court pa a charge of
murder ia the first degree. ' - '
The next two cases oa the calendar
for tria) are, those against George A.
Bower, charged with statutpry 'o
ft) use and Manuel Corrca, charged witk
a' violation of the White Slave Act. 1
David K. Naiole, charged with a vio
lation or the, bdmuuda Act, on Tuea
day afternoon waived examinatioa be
fore United ' Btates . Commissioner
George A. Davis anil wa bound over
to the April term of the federal court
when his case "will be take up by tbe
gTana jury The woman in tbe ease,
Julia Wailehua. will be civ en a. hoar.
ing before the commissioner at two
0 clock this afternoon. , At the same
time, Mr. Alvira C. Field, white, and
Joseph Enoa, colored, charged with a
statutory crime, will be given a pre
liminary hearing.' ' ;
Naturalisation proceedings' will take
pince in toe xeaeral court on Saturday,
there being quite a number of appli
cant for American citizenship. The
hearing on the application of Owen
Lloyd, of ' the steamer Kilanea, ha
gone over until February 3, when the
steamer in question will be in Hono
juiu. - ' 1 . .-' , 1
By Zrnert Q. Walker. .
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON,' January 13.-J3id.
were ,6p.nod today for' the Vonatru'ction
pf a postoftlce at Hilo.' , Many bidder
jin.i.iii.iHq alternative prajHtaals. The
bidders and their aeveral bid are a
roiiowai . . , , . . . .
Uenpral Conatruetioii. Comnsnv ' Mil.
waukee.Wjoonain, 2ai,eoOj flrat alter-,
naie,. ezpj.aaoj second alternate, $30S,-
730. Iir J. Vnn m. I.' r, .ri '
Honolulu,. )237tMk, am,47v aa2a.7ou.
r,ix uauagher, Man .Fraacisco, 8239,.
.n,i;,v, ffu, epauwing t'on
strurtion Companv. 8an FrannittrA. -a7 .
I39t; $241,039. , Bound Construction s
-engineering Company, Keattle, S)T
IM2. 2V5.1fi2. ft2U4.13. ('mi.h.n T..il.l
ing Compauy, Halt Lake City, 196,922.
W. N. Concannon Company. Kan Fran
Mco. S27a,(M)U.' S2C7.TOO. ' . '
- Alternate oue ia cranita
for lava stone ktej), jilatforms, door
wns ami coruer, saddltis, etc., in con
nection .with' first story portico: aih
DrnVA.I lll.l....l...l . . ':
---- hh'i.twiwoii' iiiiimiua suraii
tuted fhr all Other laVa atone required.
Alternate number two is granite sub
stituted as in alternate one and ap
lrovod sandstone substituted , for all
otner- lavn stone In ibullding. :
PILES CCRFfl MATn u niui1
' ' - - " fSO,l
.PiUO OINTMENT U -r,.-.a
jo v'ure ony case of Itching, , Blind,
T- ,r. . ivviuuuig j ittia in) o ta
l4 auyormoijeyrefun4e4..Mado bi
DAT)tn lrnrri.' .
Bcuiciwij CO., Saint Luuia
V. Ol A. ',- , -. ,. . :
Advertising Returns of Last Var
So Satisfactory That. ?infca)pple
, Cannerf 'of Hawaii Vote AA.
other larffe Appropriation te
' ComtiQue Campaign.- lii'. .
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(Frpm'Thursday Advertiser.) . ''
i.VThe Flneapple Cannes' Association
ha vqted tp spend anothef $50,000 for
ndyertising. the Hawaiian product dur
iiigiitha next aix jnpnth,!. said W. B.
Thomas, yesterday." '. The amount 'of
the 1914 pack will depend to some ex
tent, on the general market condition
on the mainland. .' If .there ia resump
tion 'of business in 'all lines through
out the country, thus guaranteeing' sales,
the totur 1914 pneR. may approach 2,
000,000 rases:.' 'Ihe fact that the pine
apple interests think it worth while
to spend more money for advertising
pt tli is time, would indicate that they
are not sure of what trend the market
will take during the next few months,
Mr. Tbomna -said that about 3UO,U0
cases of thrf 1913 crop roniaio unsold.
If U develops that Jobber have laid
in stock only on a hand-to-mouth basis,
which cannot be definitely determined
at this time any general strengthening
of the financial situation will undoubt
edly result in strong demand for pines,
n that case the pack will take ia ail
available fruit. If, however, there is
no marked Improvement in the general
business conditions, packers 'will only
take such fruit "a can be most a'dvan-
tagepasly handled and pines that are
below standard quality will be left in
Grower's hnds, 'tit all depends on
ow the market develops between now
and June," ne said. . , ,
'. v Market Unlimited, . .
Beplylng te nuestion aa to the ex
tent to which this Industry la capable
of I Act ease Mr.1 Thomas said that the
market hi "the -United Btatea'aloae ia
onlimiteA, ' provided we- can make It
Tea of twelve yeara ago it Waa a dif
ficult ftnd eostly matter te sell the two
thousand eksea that constituted -the en
tiTe pack.'' This year may, and IBIS
certainly will, sc a pack one thousand
time a large. The total pafk ten year
hence . will-depend on the 'market aad
on the amount of capital available for
the extension of both the growing and
packing interests. There is nq dearth
of land, he said, because a very .large
percentage pf : land .now-in cane could
be diverted t pines, and 'undoubtedly
would pe, khatild the market for pine
apploa 'expand and the price pf sugar
fall to. an, unpxoutaale level.
.The development pf .the, pineapple in
daitry haa .demonstrated .1 that it re
quires large capital to handle the busi
ness (uceeasf ully. , A cannery intended
to handle a pack of 100,000 case would
use nearly fifty thousand dollar' worth
of cana alone per season. . The early
estimates of the amount pf capital re
quired to operate. a plantation and ean
nary, were in every instance far below
actual requirements. ' The lurger . the
industry become the more complex; it
Is, be laid, and the greater ia the neces
sity for slose attention to every factor.
';;'! Unforeseen Contingency. '
" On pf the unforeseen contingencies,
be said, wa the necessity for gupran
teeing the pack six' mouths or a year
after ' it haa passed out of original
hand. .' Over thirty'per eent' ef one
lot. that bad been warehoused In New
York awaiting sulp was condemned and
deitroy'pd, over a year after it had left
the csnuofy. Trade' losses' due to
"wells." or rusty, pr leaky tins, have
tp be made good in order to keep up
the. reputation of the packer. Then
there uiuat be selling agencies in all the
larger jobbing center ' with enough
stock to meet Immediate demand. Stor
age, . insurance, commission and other
similar charges and the cost of replace-
ment pf losses all add to the capital
requirements of the pineapple industry,
Mr. Thomaa said' that he considered
that if a pineapple company earned
eight per pent net on it capital in
vectmeut during a aerlea of year it
would be a very successful enterprise.
OFFICES BEATEN BY V
;y ; i, AfQEI), CITY f'PUQ'
lOQ AJfOFXpj, January 28. (By
Asaociated Prea CabJo) Jimmy Cl&b
by, the middleweight Hgbter, and hi
trainerArthur McQueen, were arrested
today and are held in jail to await the
outcome of Injuries they inflicted upon
a policeman, Laurence, in a street fitflit
at three e 'clock tins morning, the
lighter is alleged to have, started the
quarrel. The policeman is in a serious
" WASHINGTON, January 29. (Aa
soclatod Press 4y Federal Wireless)
Mrs. Medill- McCormiek, chairman ef
the congreesional committee of the Na
ttonal American Woman 'a Suffrage As
Mciatloa, will not allow her organ ixa
tion to becoma a party to the plan to
liave women march to the national cap
ital next month and make an appeal to
President Wilson to make the suffrage
Question a Democratic party policv: In
letter written1 to President Wilson
Mrs. 'MeCoTiniek write that her of
ganiaation will not join in any, move
ment that ha, for it object an attack
upon the Democratic party, y '
.. .-. ... ,. . , . . ', , .,.
Account inile from New York to
December 31 of Jared fl. Smith's Ha
waiian tobucco, now- offering in thut
market, shpw sules of Ove bales pf
wrappers "nt lxty-flve cent aud pne
case of wrapper jiacked in carots,
Cuban style, at seventy-five cents' per
pound.1'' !' - ' ' ;.!. . .
Hales made 'during December, raise
the average price . thue far received to
fprtr cents per pound.'
The average net price, received for
the flint crop of Hawaiian tobacco sold
on the , mainlaud four years ago waa
thirteen eeuta, so that it ia evident that
the quality pf' the local product is lm-proving.
Chief of Bff Yold Have Four
Hdndredf Military! School Orad
nates a. Year Commissioned as
Second Lieuterlaiits-TJrffes the
Short Enlistment Ternl for Men
in the Ranks. '
An Increase o( twelve battalion af '
deld artillery iu Hve yearly Increments,
the creation bf sufficient infantry regi
ment to permit the organisation, of
three infantry divisions, or one field
army, are among the important recom
mendation Contained ia the annual re-'
port of Maj.-Oen. Leonard Weod, ehief
of staff of the Army, just made public.
The report' is General Wood's last
one, a he will tie relieved k a, mem
ber of the general staff next April, .
The chief ef taff say that the Uni
ted State Army, reinforced by. the en
tire ergaaixed militia force, of the aev
eral 6-tatea, ha neither . the pifleerf,
men. field anil sioT tnu n riliv
ammunition which would be required ia
the irst few Weeks of a war with nay.
nnit-eiass power, lie bold that n'reft
serve of trained Men available tot duty
witk the United Htate forces inv the .
event pf war is the ehief need in eo
aection with tbe maintenance of 'mili
tary defenses. ' Next in' importance be
piaeea me urgent aeeq'ior mere field
artillery to bring that arm of the scr-
quired in proportion to the number e(
other ' troops.' . " ' ;., ..: :
CvlX Ont Dead WpoiJ f '. !
General Wood recommends the crea
tion of ten additions! regiment to per
mit tue orgao,iEatiun, pf three dpmplete
infantry division. - He also, favor the
elimination front the service ef aU of
leers "who have either outlived ' their
efficiency or who have failed I te Make
. L. 1 . , . . .... 3 '
tunuiwirea uhiui,, r-; . -
Kneouragement of , ' rifle practise
among. civilians aad school boysf ex
pansion of the army eampa foreoilega
students,' ' established " experimentally
last summer; qipre strict lupCrvision of
state militia prganiaatipaa aad insist
ence that tbe colleges receiving federal
rand faada conform to the letter and
spirit ef tke law i tfca matter of mill'
Ury instruction and drill among tlelf
student, are among other recommenda
tion.' - ; -' " ' "
; 'IffobUe Aim-- Deficient. -' .
General Wood says , that the nebile
army within the limits pf the United,
States is maJl pa to provide Patr
six per cent of tbe force' required in a
eoattict witk sv Srst-elass nation: Th?
militia'- foreea number abdMt" nineteen
ner cent of -the total nuintuti. TAniiiwrK
Lri ning the entire trained forop avail
able at a call to arm today tp .paly
quired at the ootaet.-- '.' ' " ''
: ;..mWotm Tkw'UeJeaa):, '.'';',:,';;
"8evuty-flve pr cent, therefore,"
ay the chief of, ataff, "pf the force,
required 'at -the .begiuhlng. of a, war
WOUld have to li InlWla nn nt villi.
; ' I V T .
teera untrained njen whom 1 mitary
experts' regard h. worse than useless
nntil month have' been spent in whip
iugihem into shape.'. '. '.".'
"To "fill np organ izatioU"tP fbl ta
tutory strength with uninatraoted Men
would be te destror larirelv their effi
ciency; to fail to fill them up -would
be to Jeaye. tbein so small that 'they
would have relatively little pp'wera.
They must be filled up by instructed
men to attain their full pniefeuey, aud
the losses of the-Brat month must be
made up' from the same elaaa of men;
Thia canj pnly be done through a re
serve, , i. -'.w., ;'',
. Que Tear Wlta Colon.- .'
'Legislation should be had so at io
give an enlistment which permit
a man 'a' transfer te the reserve after
a' year ' service provided be is a Velf
trained soldier ' as' determined'" by hi
company and regimental' eommanders.
A" soldier o transferred Would serve,
tbe balance of hi' enlistment period in.
the' atatus of a' soldier 6n furlough
without 'pay,' but under the obligatioii
to edme to the Volora in ease of war
and for inrttruetion at maneuver' if
deemed advisable, f of not' to exceed
i 'to tea day every other year. "
" Whatever. yateuV '-of1 retervn ' 14
adopted, it khould provide' ultihiately
for a total reserve aervlcp ot at least
two and one-half time the. service
with thecolori. It .need adt.be much,
and it is safe to say that we can se
cure a reserve under conditions aa to
coat which will give us ten reservists
for tue cost of one man with the col
on.. Ohe thipg 1 absolutely certain
and that is that wemuat hare aq ade
quate reserve if we are to consider our
selves ip any way properly prepared,
for a possible war.' , . , ; ,' -','.
;,';, ,'' Serious Menace,1'.' H; :'..
"Of. the shortage of ammunition,",
General Wood ayj . V The existing
shortage cpiistitotee a serious menace
to the public safety in ease of war.
Once hostilities have begun with aTflrst
class Dower thera will h ha Aniuii..
ity'to purchase abroad nor to manufac
ture at heme.: Even with all the avail
able plants in the country running to
the maximum capacity so-much, delay
would ensue a to e fatal tp our hppes
pf a successful campaign." '
General Weod urgently recommAn.U
for the field artillery aq increase of
twelve battalions ia five yearly lucre
meutj the immediate prgantiitian ot
the ammuuitipn service, the sppropria
tjon ef mpney su Hie lent to provide -en
munition for the existing g,m. ,t,
iegisiauon 10 ruruuh the desired Offl
cers and trained jiersonhel for the
( (Continued on page six.)