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The law requires that you pay a tax on your dog and that
the registry number be vorn on the collar, and If you do not
attend to this little matter the dog catcher will give your pet
a ride In hit wagon an4 there will toon be no more "dog
day" for that pup.
When you pay your tax It should mean a new Collar, for
any good dog It worth one new collar a year. We have a
large stock of Collars and can fit your dog and your purse at
the tame time. We alto have collar Locks, Chains, Dog Bis
cuit, and a full line of Glovers Dog Remedies.
EO. Hall &
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years. He ilocs not seem over to haw
Tinil nnv mtnrrola with tlu Wlinrliuia
1 havo not heard that ho was nolcu
licro for any peculiarity of action He
used to drive for Kcntwe'I In llonolii-
hi. Ho la an Irishman and ran away
Iroma ship here. He tells me tliali
Uo has never been married t that hf
linn lm.l nn lit., fni unnicn: Hint liu
does not care for them. 1
"Johnson was seen, before, tho 'Jolinton Is KUllty of the nwriu crime
crime, leaving tho Wharton home.l "No, we heard no talk of lynching oi
nt.xnt 'i 'in nvinnb wo.im.v.inf mnm ! anything like that mid I have not con
Ing. llttl'o Seaman Wharion, tho mui-'
lored child, later being seen with
him. They were walking together In ' ul'i on a ew Ja lor u Jowpu ""'
tho direction of the place near tho'kanB. the Territorial Jailer, was er)
... . ; . ' .iiifii. .mil ! atlll (lninW.
cuno ueiu wncro mo uouy was iouuv
n tho laic afternoon,
"1 asked Johnson to account for Ills
-whereabouts during tho period be
tween bis being seen walking away
with tho child and the drilling of thu
corpse, lie told mo that ho had walk
cd to the bridge near tho plantation
and was looking around tor tho head
luna, waiting a long timo trying to nnd
Itin ti.nA flllw wltnnauna .tn nnl .till
forward anthtnc to contradict this1
statement. Johnson, on tho other
i..n.i ,.-i.i . i hi
Won't Explain Dlood.
vu ins siiiri anu uuultciuiuiuk.
"Johnson declares that ho Is absa
lutely innocent of tho crime alleged. ,
Ho was arrested without nnv trou
bio He did not attemnt in huu or rm,
nwav- nor Z hS .u the omcers
Ho merely i leaded Ws cntln SS
D.I..H. I QI.Uh.J '
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Ai mo jau no was stripped of inn
clothes and given others to wear. Tho
iiiuuu-muiuea Buriuema win uo uscu
7.i.i!.,. " uuiuubiu u,.u.
drink, sho said, ho could ko out and
Kot It. Sho would not bring It Into tho
I.0U.!" .. . .,
Mother Sure of OullL
I have seen the mother. Sho as-
rcrtB w th the greatest assurance thai
ho believes that Frank Johnson mur
dei!?.hSS': ... ...fc.
"Mr. Wharton, the father, does not
inked him how there came to b .,.., , ,. i i , iT-T.-Tl . i -...; V " " -; ---' ;- :- iiicui. j. u. ueirecs, .Mrs. m. a. uoiy,
stains on his clothes. Ho do '"Ic child is said to havo been slapped was going to do that kind of thing he Mastcr Wi s Doty( Gu8tavo Fnl, I.
rid that ho did not know that the "' '"" """""' V .i. .... coul" B" oul ol . r " . .." B Gampert, Capt. It. Glover, U. S. N.J
re blood stains and, If they were. 're was no hlng In this, 'the woman Mt a room on the plantation some- Mlsa M ariybll)i w . i,Bmmcr
liad no idea how they came to W Uo slal:"?' the ,Ja',IanesP(.ll,d wa? a, where. My wo told him almost the Mrg w ,lBmmcr and chd M,8,'
. ..r. "."".":'.. .' t ose ne i: hbor of Mrs. Wharton, no ume Hi nit. We were nncrv to think it .. .. . ... m ,,',,...
d boy. the other day. Sho refuse,! to ff'S .. ' 'ie rMittot-AfiJZZmrinlw v.rv fond . Tuin Fang. II. I. C. M.'s High Com
ES rLremeX .sSl& tf' &.Hi,31US One will last
pcom so positive In tho Idea that John- hail the following to say:' "I bcllevo
rem is tho Bend who slaughtered his tte have secured tho man who butch
little son. Hut Mrs. Wharton Insists ,.r.,i h,a 11, h,. v,r,n i.n.i nir..,.
that sho knows thot Johnson Is the
.uu.u...v., .,,Su buu (no hu ici
ton for so believing.
I cannot help but feel Impressed
with tho truth of tho mother's Intul-
tlon, though of course that Is no kind
The poor mother Is- terribly affect-'
cd. Who would not be? Tho crime '
m a lornoio one to even tniuic of.
4 Credit Due Cox. ,
"Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox has han-1
oioa mis cobo very wen. no deserves
r.groat credit. When Mr. Doylo and I
ruached hero at noon today, ho had
everything In readiness for our lnves-
ueuuuu. iniio 11 to town, t uelleo an exainlnu
"Tho original Intention was to hold tlon will reeal blood. No, wo havo ob
tho Inquest at 9 o'clock this (Tlmrs- tallied no confession. We hao not
day) morning, but I telephoned down tried. A confession docs not seem to
to defer the Inquest until I had nn op- count for much hero nowadays before
portunlty to look Into tho matter. The a Jury. They might say wo beat the
Inquest will bo held tomorrow (this) lite nearly out of him to obtalii It. We
morning about 10 o'clock. Wo havo hud to put In n new Jailor to guard
Mivoral witnesses, chletly ihlldrcn, Johnson. ,
who caw tho little victim and Johnson Jailor Was Drunk.
ko away together. I do not expect 1110 Teirltorlai jailor was exceeding
pnythlng to dovclop nt tho Inquest bo- ly drunk. He ought to bo fired. John
yond what wo havo already learned, son had little to say except to declare
Tho matter now seems clear enough that he was Innocent and to ask what
to mo, but of course wo havo to have would be done with him when be was
tho evidence, to produce before a Jury, taken to Honolulu. When be was ar
Motive of Mutilation, ' rested at the Wharton house his coat
"Tho motive Is what gets me I was buttoned up. Deputy Sheriff Cox
rncan particularly the motive for the (orcfd him to remove bis coat and din
horrible mutilation. I am Inclined to covered the blood stains on. bis shirt:
think that an unnatural crlmo was con-' He at once placed him under arrest,
lemplatcd and that murder was done The shallow apology for a grave where
to cover up the attempted crime. The tho mutilated remains of the boy wert
jraurdercr, whoever he Is, probably louud was only about six Inches deep,
feared exposure, and killed tho child. I'osslbly the murderer cut up his vto
Hut why their fearful mutilation? I tlra to stow the remains In a small
"Ho may bavo cut up the body to bo space as has been done In one or two
able to pack It In a small holo In the celebrated cases where fiends wished
ground, slnco he bad not tho means at to carry off a body In a dress-suit cas
at hand to make a large enough grave, or something of the kind. I'm In,
quickly, for the body entire. And then dined to think, however, that the um
bo may have hoped that tho child tllatlon was accomplished with the Idea
would merely bo considered lost and of making the body uurccognlzable.
that by butchering tho body Into an Long at the Job.
unrecognizable condition, when found, "The murderer must have worked
possibly after weeks, the remains long over his gruesome Job.
could not bo Identified. 1 "I am of the opinion that ho first at
Finper Nails Testimony.
"When we examined tho prisoner al child made an outcry and that Johu
the Jail I observed that his unusually ton. fearing that someone would hear,
large hands, for tho size of his body, struck tho child a blow and then klllod
were very dirty and the finger nalW lilm, 1 do not think there was any
and tho flosh overlapping the edge of Idea of vengeance. Tho man does not
tho nails was thick with what seemed
to bo blood and drt. With tho assist-
,. - -X-J
ancc of Mr. Doyle I took a penknife
mill scraped at much of this dirt from
u'" units at possible, Mr. Doyle holding
"le n'nl'8 crisis, ami we placed the soil
111 nil CUVClOPe anil scaled it, nltCStM
the contents with our signatures on the
envelope, nils wc win tahc to nonu
Bringing In Prltoner.
"o will take the prisoner to Hono
lulu on tomorrow afternoon s train. I
mil 88 POilthO as a mail Call be, VWieU
1 think It all over, that this Krank
Mdircd It necessary to put a special
Kunrd at the Jail. e were compe led
ii rum; and Is still drunk.
"Tho doctor. Dr. Wood, has some tes
timony that he will ghe at the trial
which l think will be almost concius-
Ive. Of course he cannot speak of al
he has observed. Just at this time.
Jolinton Can't Be 8een.
"I would rather that you not see the
l'r'ner. I do not want anybody tc
Bre ' "' ' hn,e n!y rea0n8- . ' ca.a'
hoi e 'ou .'emission to ee the prls-
"Wc lmvc Ilcar1 a" klnda ' wild"
r.umor8 nd theories and several ol
them wo havo run to earth aud proved.
wuc ovwij nuo iuui iiiv ureu iuib
nn suit vuiifnnnrn fir n .mniiiipin n-iintui i a wstnii i tniii innniinn tmut is ii .. .. .. . .
2""' """""" . inni auer an wo imu ooi.e V ,t t.rinV,
Fo..lfwl.n1 Rumort- ,, , ., "B the last ten years, ho should br n
Another yarn was that Mrs. Whar shame on our good namo by stealing
ton haa Blru;" a J"l'a"o i'IW '' trom the neighbors. He made no par
B J"rofwlort and the father wanted ticular answer, only ho seemed verjl
" We looked this up. It seemnBry and sulky and' went ouL Tlftt
- th. Jnpld had so0 rel ,, only ,, mo .rM there
iruercd child and a pol
""" "":,- --" ; , ,7. :,; ,.., '
"" ' "" -. -.. . .vv,
u uiu Mvue ui iuo ivijuviii
who wanted Mrs. Wharton
?3. Mrs. Wharton sent the I
oi me Jan. wi
,. ..... ..,-' ,
money by the
Cso and the Incident closed.
.wound In the 8kull
n, i.m ,k,i. ,,. ... i...n
i uo not think there Is any need of
looking further. 1 bcllevo wo havo tho
I murderer of Baby Wharton."
Detective Doyle Talks.
CrlmlnalogUt Chester A, Doyle, who
bccomiMiileJ the Shcrlfl to Walnlua,
I;n? wen by th9 Onlletln man at tho
itniiiwn limoi in.t .ninn n,iiw ,
stantlal evidence Is all against Frank'
jonnson. ills shirt and underdrawers
clearly show blood stains. Ho will not
explain how they came there. Indeed,
he says It Is red dirt. He had on dark
trousers when Ue was last seen befor.
tlie crlme- There ' no dlrt. nor thero
any blood on the trousers. A bloody
I. X. U pocket knife was found on the
man. His soiled clothes were removed.
JAdmlts His Clothes.
He admitted that they were hli1
clothes. He admitted tho knife was
his. We saw what looked like blood oni
and under his finger nails. We cleaned '
this off, put It lu an emeldpe and will
I tempted an unnatural crime, that tin!
seem like one insane, ue may bo weak
mlndod. Ho Is Illiterate and somewhat
If you have never tried
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ttupld. Ilathern simpleton Inn way.
Body Is Put Together.
"The eevorcd portions of the bodj
r , tn-MW. nftpr n Inshlon. bi
the doctor, for burial. To remains wcu
buried In the Catholic icmctery on iu
hill, not far from tho scene of the
crime and the Wharton residence. 1
never say a body so badly mutilated.
"Deputy Sherllt Oscar Cox deter ei
ETcat credit for the manner in which
hu handled tho case."
The Father's Story.
Henry Wharton, tho aged, gray,
haired father of the slaughtered buby,
being engaged In a civil land suit In
the Circuit Court, came Into Honolulu
this morning. Ho was Interviewed ou
the train by tho llultetln man.
Wharton was, of course, stunned, al
though he could converse aimotti ciiccr.
fully on all subJocU cxtept tho bor
rioie ueaiu oi ms vuiiu.
1 believe." said Mr. Wharton, "that
Johnson murdered my little boy. He
must havo been huhu with me and my
wife. Aliout Christmas time, or a little i
later, ho came homo to our house with
a silver watch. I asked hlra where hi
got It. He raid be bad taken It from
Kukushima, a hackman, while the Jap-
anse was drunk, for fear that Home on
might, steal it from Ills friend.
raw With Wharton.
Later the Japanese came to mo ami
coiuiuaiiiuu uiui juiuibuu uuu biu.vu
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"... V,"'. "VVh.r-" .:".. l. '..
cepi nuoiil liiinnraas umo no ,wos
agry with my wlfo became she would
not go out and buy him some drink or
Vi.l.V UUVUU villiauiiM. ..I.IV MW ,nMO
. . . 1, ...i.t. ... .....
money 10 uuy minor wiiu. 1110 untjr
,iu. ii.,. n,. ,..'. i,.,i !! irniihin mni
used always to call him when he came
home and sometimes he would give
tadl my had ttlnn to " ir "nlnrt
Johnson had a very dirty mouth;
he was always using very aithy Ian
guage when we Old not at once speal.
to him and tell him that we could uol
allow such language In tho presence of
our little children. Wo did not want
l, .,.., .. . . .,.. lf A...
them to grow up with such bad words
In their minds.
I Ullll.1 II11IV "VVV M..J vuw .. ff-A IMntnn r T TIThltA II I a
I IIIHO UUf wug nun tllfc lu liltrvira. J . ... rr n..H ou.. rp...n
vrflM nun. It wan tn
ship Dangarrle from New York. Ho
T . " i. , ... . i.-
andV?ed him." StTihSTJl these
years, he has worked for mo off and on.
once for as long as two years, some-
times for-only a couple of month, lie
has worked all around, llcfore ho
came to be tho last time ho was driving
for Kcntwell In Honolulu. -
"I do not think ho Is crazy, but I al-
ways used to call his lolo, because he
"Hewasasalior. He ran nwayirom'Yo Chan Cbu, Tang Tain. Chu Lu
. .htn ni,n.,t inn ,... n ii .., tt, Chen c. Liang Cbl Sin, Tong Na
wild he was a sallonund knew every-1 1'cr S. S. Enterprise from San Fran
tiling that a sailor should know and Cisco via Hllo, Jan. D. Mtss Florcnco
jet ho seemed to clumsy and carelesd
and ho was sometimes very queer.
"I havo not seen Johnson bIiico ho Killing tho man when he was found, and County of Oanu, Territory of Ha
was arrested, and I do not want to. 1 ' What was tho use, ray little boy was, (! 0 lno 3 ,1 0 January A D
could not stand IL 1 would not oven dead. ISOG, In tho matter of HongQuon'
en In en,. Il.u nlnn wtw.rn ,nv lllttu ! 11.11 l,nw ,vn. Iliron v.i,r, nlil ,.i..l... ..' . """ WUOI1,
go to seo the placo where my little,
).ody's body wan burled by the man
Stepped on Grave.
"I was in Honolulu when tho body
was found. My wife sho missed him
and she aud the Chinese, nnd Johnson,
too, went In search of where ho could "We thought Johnson queer some-
bo. The Chinese found his little pants tiroes but we never believed that he
hanging on a bush and they looked' would be dangerous. I think Johnson
carefully all around to see If the boy killed my boy nnd my wife she Is sure
was not lying somewhere around. Then I of It. I think ho did It because be was
m, wife stepped, without at first know- made at us for something."
las It. on her baby's grave. As soon as What Mo.sman Says. .
she stepped thero and felt the soft Harry Moesman of this city recalls
earth give away under her feet with an Incident Illustrative of Johnson's pe-
sort of a feel that there was something Icullar actions. One day In 1902 he was
under It, she would not look again, on a coroner's Jury when he received u
Her friends took care of her. It was tclophono 'message from his wlfo to
It was terrible. I come right home. He went home to
"No, I did not say I would kill the learn that Johnson, who was then drlv-
man who killed ray child and my Ing for the Kentwells, who did not live
frieuus they did not say anything about
Notice Is hereby given that OEIinn
P. WILDER has been appointed fi
member of tho Doard of Agriculture
and Forestry for tho Territory of Ha
Q. It. CARTER,
Executlvo Building, Honolulu, Jnnu
try 5, 190C.
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First quarter of the moon Jan. 2.
Thursday, Jan 5.
Schr. Lnvlnln, from Kona, 11 p. m.
Friday, January G.
S. S. Korea, 8eabury, from San
rancinco, s:iu a. m.
I S. S. Siberia, O'Neill, from the Orl-
.cni. J. 6a. m.
L8 - Enterprise, ounger, from San
Iranclsco via 11 lo, 7:30 a. m.
Stmr. Maunn I.oa, Slmerson, from
Kona, Kau and Maul ports, 6 a. m.
Thursday, January 4.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, C p. m.
Stmr. Kauai. Ilruhn. for wlndwaid
I Hawaii, 0 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Korea, Seaburr, for the
Orient, S p. in.
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Stmr. Klnau, Freeman,
anil way port a. m.
Stmr. Llkellke, Naopala, from Maul
county ports, a. m,
p. M. S. S. Siberia, O'Neill, for San
Francisco, 9 a. m.
Pflr fl fl QUiarln trrtm ia r.rf.-.nt
jfln 5, -C, Unci Lieut. P, DeKOUSkyi
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nt M, Kau;fnlann M. Knticnsteln.
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uimann, iirst y. uimann, y. y. i"
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il'lng, Kwan King Lun, Kwang I'ao
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To. W fling Chung. Chan sfn
Can, L. V, Bw. Yoo Chunang Om. Hok
"uu t.iuus, moiu auutj nu, im uuik
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Quel Tze King. Stopovers for Hono-
lulu: Mlsa V. Hargreaves and maid,
Laoy k. l-awton, auss u. uicara,
Mrs. A. J. I'ockllngton, Miss E. M.
I'ockllngton and maid, J. Strauss.
... . ! ! ? ,J-0 $" Slt
"My little boy was three years old
on tno saru or last uciouer.
"We have one more child of our llv-
ling. Ve havo one adopted Japanese
girl about four years old and are also
taking enro of a little Japanese girl
' about eight years old.
tar away, had appeared at the door
wun a nornuio expression on nis late.
Later he frightened Mossman's little
Strl with a syckle and the mother ran
screaming out of tho house with the
child in her arms, thinking Johnson
wanted to do murder. Johnson had
been suffering with delerlum tremens,
He wns arrested and kept In Jail for In-
testlcatlon for four or live davs. Later
he was released, no charge being pre-
ferrcd against blm.
Johnson frequently drank to excess.
Mossman says he has often noticed In
Jolinton a peculiar twitching of tho
mnnth nml n strnnfrn hnlilt nf ItiA nvp. '
being sometimes large and staring.
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being In the center of rice district
should bo a good Invostmcnt." .
runner particulars at my ouice.
JA3. F. MORGAN,
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, SI7 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell as above tho proper
ty of J. F. Humburg, Esq.:
1 Studebaker Phaeton In lrst clasa
1 Studebaker Buggy In lrst class
Also on account of whom It may con
cern: 1 Surrey,
Only used 1 month.
Tobacconists Delivery Wagon.
1 lllack Mare,
Other horses It offered. i
JAS. F. MORQAN,
AT II A.M. DAILY
the finest train going east. j
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Chicago In 3 Days
Call on agent at Irwin A Co.
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about rates. T
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Serves the best 25-cent meal In the
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