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Mr. Long Stands' By His
HILL SPEAKER O.K.ED
First Hearing of Graft Committee .
Brings Out Interesting Detail i
" 'of House Manage-
Tho first session of tho Graft Com
mittee, appointed for tho purposo of
Investigating into tho allegations of
graft that havo for somo time been
going about the corridors of tho
Hoiiko and that had been mado on
tho Moor of tho House, did not bring
oul anything startling In tho wny af
proof of graft. Hut a number of ir
regularities wcro pointed out mid
tho story published April in In tho
II u 1 1 c 1 1 n that allcgatlons'ot graft
nnd bribery had bcon mado by a
member ofxtho Houso wn3 fully sub
stantiated. Ucprcscntntlvp lying, though puz
zled ns to whero' the Bulletin got
tho story, corroborated it In nearly
all Its main fenturcs despite evident
efforts to get hlfn to discredit it. Ho
talil thnt he dd not intend to con
vey the impression that members of
tho Houso wero actually getting paid
for translation work undor H3sunicl
names, but ho had been told that cur
tain members, naming Kalelopu and
Sheldon, had done translation" work
for which others presented vouchers.
That cither of them had attempted
to pad his salary by such work wns
something ho could not of his own
knowledge Htntc, but tho proceedings
nppenred to him decidedly irregular
and something that should not bo nl
'owed to go on. Other thnn this, tho
Bulletin story, ho said, was sub
It was brought out thnt Itcprcsen
tntlvo Castro, chairman of ho Com
mlttco on I'uhllc Kxpcndltures nnd
Accounts, hail held Up vouchers for
translation on tho ground thnt tho
work had' been done by House mem
bers and not by tho onca who pre
sented! tho vouchers. Castro stated
that at tho time, ho did this lie did
bollevo thnt tho members expected to
rccclyo compensation for tho work,
though from what ho had heard la
ter, ho could not now credit this.
Refused Sneaker's O.K.
Cue tro also stated that ho had held
up tho C0 a.utomobilo bill for tho
rldo to tho Japancsa cruisers and had
told tho Speaker, who O. K.'ed tho
bill, that ho would not approve It.
"And I will not apjirovp It," ho said.
He also expressed regret that ho had
approved tho nulomftlille hill for tho
trip to tho Diamond Head fortifica
tions, ns ho did not licllevu It should
bo charged to the Territory.
Tlin statement was alto made lie
foro tho commlttco that ope of tho
.lourmil clerks, although paid out of
tho Federal appropriation which, na
iler tho provisions of Uio appropria
tion is not to ho expended for trans
lation, has been doing trnusla.tlon.
Although this may not bo graft, tho
4tulcmcut' was mado that it Is cer
tainly an Irregularity thuUshould not
Tho charge, was mado before tin'
commlttco that cx-Slenographcr
,i.iuyu mill iiucuipieu in uiiuo iviuci?
,opn by tho offer of a J'nnitnm hat to
support (ho resolution later lntroduc?
en ii- AltonEQ to anow i.ioyu coinpen
gallon for tho transcribing of his
iiotes. Kalelopu himself made this
.miitiv. linn it. w.in luiiu.uuu uj- uiimi
members. It was also charged that
Lloyd hail offered to split up with
Ulork Woodwurd If tho latter would
approvo n padded bill for typewrit
ing. Tho commlttco sat from 2 o'clock
until C:3n, adjourning at tho latter
hour until 10 o'clock this morning.
Tho first witness called wuh thu
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter who wrote tho
stories tlint occasioned tho Investiga
tion. Ho wns asked where ho ob
tained his information and replied
that ho could not dlvulgo tho namo
i i i ii.
P. E. KStrauch
51350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukuf St, t ICa'palama, in rear
of St.' Elisabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House 0 rooms.
F.ir nnrtlmilnrs nnnlv
WAITY BLDG, ' 74 S. KING' ST,
HONOLULU. T.1L, FIIIDAY, APRIL
of his Informant, ns he liml been told
In conflilonco mid Informntlon so giv
en wag to lio rcgrirdod na n privileged
communication. Deputy Attorney
General Whitney was appealed to by
Chairman Shingle as to whether or
not tlio committee could force tho
witness to answer tlid cliiestlqn, nhd
replied that It couliK The witness,
lowcver, still' Insisted thnt tho com
nunlcatiim was prlvllegeil,'oiid ask
d the comtiftttco to withdraw the
(licstlnn, an ho did n tit wish to bo
tared In tho posit lo'ii of having to
.cfuso to answer. Tho commlttco af
ter a consultation withdrew the q'ues
t ton for the tlma being but stated
that It would expect to have It an
swered this morning.
The witness said that as the state
ments In tho story rererred to had
come Indirectly from Representative
Long, nnd as the latter had later
corroborated tho story, tuerc was
nothing to' be gained by attempting;
. to nnd out tlio namo or tiic person
'to whom lying had "made the n licen
tious of graft referred to m tho story.
For somo Inscrutnblo reason tho
committee seemed to think that this
was. essential, and nlthoiigh Shlnglo
said that ho was once a newspaper
man himself, ho still Insisted upon
trying to mnko (he reporter violate a
Tho committeo Insisted upon refer
ring constantly to the charges of,
graft "made by tho Bulletin,"
though tlio" II u 1 1 p 1 1 n has made no
charges ot graft, hut has said that al
legations of graft haye been made by
others and has tdltdrlally expressed
Its doubt ns to the grounds for the
Tho reporter wns. asked what ho'
had heard In thO'Wuy of allegations
of graft or Irregularities, and men
tioned In reply tho Incident of the
refusal of Castro to approve a vouch
er presented by James Apao, tlio.
Houso messenger, 'on"1 the ground thai
the work had been.donerby Shfldon.
This matter was mpij.Jullygone luto
uy suiJKcqueiii wiiiienKes. c
Tho witness referred also to tho
stories that wcro frcpiy circulating
about the Capitol at-the time the
Liquor mil was ueiojo inc House, oi
bribery and altcmiitcd bribery. Ho
said that at tho time o had not crcd
Ited the stories nniUhnd. not publish
ed them, hut they, iro'ccrtalnly suf
ficient grounds' fd U.o'slatcmcnt that
allegations of bribery were being
made, whether .groundless or nof. He
also regarded tho charges .made, on
tho floor of )ho Houso that graft ex
isted as amply sufficient basis for tho
story that allegations pfrBrnft and
bribery wcro being mnd'e.,
Whitney mado an attempt to dis
credit the work of newspnpor report
ers in general by asking If It were
not tho custom to wait until near the
end of a legislative session, rind then
publish such stories as haiTbecn pub
lished, and suggested thai jraost slor
fca wcro based, on "hunches." lie
quickly dropped that 'lino of ques
tioning. Bulletin, Right
Long wus tho second witness call
ed. Miss llerhico Dwlght was called
to tako lils .testimony In shorthand.
Ho was shown tho lrst story In tho
u u 1 1 c 1 1 n unuer ino ncau or. "Alle
gations of Graft." Ho replied that
ho had 'tdia' the reporter after tnb
story was published that tho stoiy
was true. "Tho majority of that
tjlory Is .true. The general complex
ion or it, i cam, is truo.
l)ld you mean that certain Repre
sentatives wcro padding their sala
ries?" ' . ' '
"No; what I mean was that certain
members were .translating House Jillla
for other persons."
Long told' how tho wholo thing
enmo about. He said thaV.thCro wcVe
complaints of poor trnnslaUoh!"unil
ho left tho corridor and asked who
was) doing tho translation. ' Mr. Te,?
tu toli ilm thut Kalelopu wus doing
tho translation work for Kuica.
"A Bhort while nftcrwn'rilss I saf
Kalelopu after tho Hondo adjourned
Writing away on tomethlng. 'I nsk'd
hlni'what ho was doing and ho re
plied 'Your man Kulcq Is plying nio
n lot of trouble with poor transla
tion.' 1 did not pay any nioro nttcn-
ton until somo tlmo afterward I met
Kalelopu again nnd he wits translat
Ihg mdru hills for Kaleo. lid mado
Uie samo remark about .tho poor fel
low; no nan to neip nun out.
"I asked who was., doing Kulco's
poor translation any 'was told I'oe
poo. Later 'sqineniio tolii" mo the
members bif tho Hriusp wero making
their own translations. I Said that
matter ought to be Investigated.
"Kalelopu Is tfia only member I
actually saw translating for someono
"Thoro, Is no such' thing ob finan
cial remuneration bo far As Mr. Ka
lelopu Is concerned, so "far as I
After tho last session It was cur
rently reported that certain, members
wero doing their own translating,
passing tho work on to an outsider,
who would drnw'down tho check and
pass It over to tho member, ' So ho
told Castro to keep his eyes open for
that kind of thing, and Castro said tci, Kalelopu repeated tho story MV'd b itob t V S hlng h Tr
ue would. Jlmmlo Lloyd had suggested giving .J ' "Ve , J ' le "?,'
"Flnnlly ho came to mo and said,
What you told me Is right. 1 have
held It tii ono voucher.' Ho said Coney asked Kalelopu In regard to
tho member had admitted the fact the statement mode on (lie floor of
to him," 'the House regarding graft In connoc-
Long objected to giving the namo Hon with clcr.k hire. Kalelopu rath
of tho man 'referred to, saying Cas- er hedged on this question, saying
tro could do so. Tho committee In- the Speaker had told him tho com
listed, however, and Long said Cas- mlftecs are authorized In paying out
tro told h'lm Sheldon wns the man. money for clerk hire ns'llfcy do.
Castro had 'braced' Sheldon with the, "Do you know anything that sav
fa'ct tha't jghct'don had done the work ors of bribery?"
for Juntos Apao, tho House messen-' "I do not."
gcr, and Sheldon had admitted It. "Dp you know anything about
"Did you have tho idea that Shel- Bluffing tills?" '
don wan malting this translation for : ''I do .not." I
fun, for lovo of his country, or for Merely Friendshit)
money?" asked Shingle.
. . . .
"Tho wholo thing wub wrong," re
"You are not answering the ques
tion," said Shingle.
Not Working for Their Health
"It more or less left an Impression
on my mind," said I-ong, "that tho
pcoplo who were doing this trnnsla-;
Hon wero being benefited by the pay-1
ment for the work. Theso things, t.
felt, were not being dono for their
health. I considered It rather a pe-
miliar thing that the House membors.
were doing this translation for other
. I . ' . 1. '!' .. ,' '!'.'.! i."I .'l!'i
Long made the further statement
that he had called tho Speaker's at
tention to the hintle'rv nnd'that be
fore ho did' so the story was current
In' tho cj-rldbrs. Long Raid ho dlil
not know that nny member of 'lie
ttousq had nctually received payment
In money for translation'.
A tit run ir effort" wns' made by Shin
gly to create1' a question of veracity
ocuYecn iong anu inc nuiiciin.
Longstaicd'thnt ho did not Intend
to corroborate' tho statement thnt
the members were godtng'pald un
der nssumed names for translation
The Bribery Charge
AsRod"ln regard' to bribery, Ijur
said tho uso of that word arose from
c'litirges mado In connection 'with
stnr-chamber proceedings, this,' ho
said, referred ' to tlio accusation of
Kalelopu against Mr. Lloyd that
Llnvd had tried to bribe Kalelopu
by Hio offer of n Panama Jiajt If Ka
lelopu would ielp put through ,llie
Affonsp resolution to pay l.loyu tor
tranlerlbing his minutes. . '
Long said he was half Joking when
lip nVude" tho stntcment "to Bomcono
thnt nil' thn'niimrrnus titlls Intrn'duc-
ed havo to bVtrarislatc'ii.' The" re
mark was occasioned dv tlio Inlroducj
lion oi n uiii to repeal a ocau iayf.
"Canvou at thWtimo ia'y votir An-
r on any certain plceo of graft: "in
Is present Legislature;" asked Shin
. "I ynnt some' dcjlnlto lnfor.ma-
tlop. Is there anything thnt ' tjil
committee can go" and look Into thut
has tho cojor of graf.t?'1
"I d'oji't tJioV of any specific graf,t
by which the man got Uio money,"
"Do you know of nny caso outsldo
the Sheldon-AJiao fcdp' whejo mem
bers hntotccn helping outsiders In
'Tho 'Kalelopu-Kalco case. I call
It suspicious circumstance's."
"Do you know anything of tho
kind In regard to clerks or clerk
"In a general way. .In the Journal
Committeo i have been told tho Jour
nnl clerk Is employed for a specific
purposo and Is drawing- money for
another. He Is drnwln'g Federal rpun
y but doing translation work
though thcro Is no .provision where
by tho Federal money can pe used
to pay for translating. J don't say
this Is graft, but It Is Irregular."
xing snjd Castro had .told hltn
thai 'bills had hcen stuffed.
Kalelopu look the scat oj: Inquisi
tion nnd asked about tho statement
i'.ohg' 'had mado- Jtliat Kolelopu wns
(Jolng trapfjatio.n orkor' Kal.eo.
'.Unyo you (ransjated any bjll Intro
duced Into the liousp nto Hawaii
an?" "' ' ''
"I Jiayo translate! Bomp 0f my
bills, such ns tho Depositary llilL
which It-was essential should be cor
'"Did tho Houso pay for tho trans
lating?" "I don't know. I handed tho trans
lation to Correa. Last weec .two lit
HO ujlis wero kivuii uy iwurrea iu
wero glvon by Correa
Kaleo for translation. He asked mo
If 'I won'id hol'p' h'lm with tho Irnns-
latloii, and I did so. Ho told mo ho
was going around th'e' Islands and
asked mo If I would help htm. Thnt'B
p'rob'ab'ly viHai Mr. Long saw mo 'do
ing." "Hnvo you rpcolvcd any pay for
"NoJ a cenf."
"Are you to get any other bene
fit?" "Not a hit. I don't even know
when they draw their pay.
"I did sny this Is the work of ono
of your Fourth 'District men nnd ho
is causiug-ma.a.uoi. oi irouuie.
mat Manama ai
I Asked recardln-; the bribery mat'
riven to all orders for
him n Panama hat to support tho
. -. . . . . . . ... . . .
sneition toon "mo Btanu anu was
questioned about the statement that
had been made tha.t ho had done
translation work for Apao.
Sheldon denied knowing anything
of nny bill being held up for translu-
ii .u'l. dune for hltn.
Hit .c oti li undated any bill?"
"No; I have not."
"HnVe you assisted anybody to
translate n bill?"
"I dJd In the early part of tlip
session help Apao somo In iranslat
Ing bills. Ho and his wife live In
my nopsc npu were uoing ino worn
t,n my idning-room table."
. .. . ....-... ..
'Have you received a J'anama hat
or a box of cigars or anything of
that kind for it?"
"No; I have not. I brought Mr.
Apao down hero and got him to run
Sheldon said he could not recollect
having nny talk with Castro about
any voucher. So fnr'as he could rc-
member, thpro was never any dlsjiuto
nhiou't Apa'o'g youencr. Castro jiiul
oh'jectcd ii some of the translation
us ueing pooriy none.
Slieldon said tic had felt prpud
that lio was n'mpniber if this Legis
lature until (his Ih'lng came up.
Furtado and Kawewe'hi
IMrtado was 'called to be question
ed about (ho '111 'introduced to repeal
a dead law. Ho Fatd fio could not
'romembef any such a measure. JJe
laldtl.t Xp Kawewchi a member of
ijie Ornf' Omii'lUec.
Thai ended It for Furtado nnd he
,vas let 'off, after Shlnglo had sug
gested that Furtado might tell the
committeo how many hills' he liad In
troduced'. Furtado grinned and' fled.
jvaweweni wub sworn nnu asueu
whether or not'fio knew at' the time
lid introduced the hill to repeal tho
pound law thttt"Ui6' law wns already
repealed. ' iro'rcpled that'h'b dd not
know It unUl-'after his blli had Jiiiss
e'd' third reading, "when Fiirtailo tofd
him. So he recalled tho hill and In
troduced another, lio received noth
Castro on Stand
Castro was called and asked about
the Sheldon-Apao matter", lio said
fliat he had heard that Sheldon had
something to do with Apao's transl'a
t'lon. 'lie could not stop tho warrant,
as It was In the name oi, James
Apao, but ho had suggested that no
more bills bo given to A'piid'for trans
lation. He had asked Sheldon about
the matter, and Sheldon at first de
nied he had any connection with the
matter. Castro cautioned him to tell i
tho truth and Sheldon admitted that
ho had revised 'the translation. "At
tho time," sold Castro, "I thought 1
was warranted In believing that Shel
don was getting tho money for the
"Do you believe thnt now?"
"No; I can't say that I do."
Regarding the Kaleo matter, Cas
tro Bald ho had asked Mr. I'oepoo It
hp wero doing nny translation for
Kaleo. I'oepoo said he was, and Cas
tro advised him to hayo the hills
come lii in his own namo In the (u
turo. Rlncp then r.omo vouchers have
comp Jn In I'pcpoo's name.
"Do you know of any niembcr- of
tjie IIouso recc.lyjng pay for extra
"I do not. I wish I did. I would
br(ng criminal cjiargcs against
"Pould thcro bp a dpljur Bpcn,t for
Uio ijfoiisq ytifhyut your approval;"
Spealr Turned flovyp
"There could not. Hut thcro could
hp wnrrans"pasij jthrpugh my hands
)iat are' lllcgah' rhaye nbthiug"o
Jiat are Illegal.' we nbthjug Jo
Jo wltji wjie'tjlif r or not'ills 'urp ex'
Distant, Foj" JnBoricij. .when ,th,p
comnilltpp goes dow to ihp' wliaff
commiUcp goes down to tho wharf
and a bill k nrcsenfed o ino Jor au-
(oinoullp jil're, V"jfefuso'"paymeht.
uayo notmeu .inn ppcaKcr ,uiai i win
nol'p'. K. 'tfo bill."
"Tjipro h'jis been Bomelilng aald.
aji.ou a vlslj .to'lio p'iiy,eo.ii of Agrl
eut'titre nnd'FprcsW'ynd a blli tor
automobile hlr,e. la ,tluit hill paid?."
''Yes, t ; Jiut'j niji ppTjy now
i;iat j rippfpycij ii. i ym bo, now
cjver, 'he'eausp' o (ho fact thai a yjslt
was mado't'o another place .tho same
" "D(i"tiou lVnoWvanythlng of brlhes
In connection with the' Houso?"
' "Not direct. Tho Clo'rkM and Mr.
Kalelopu caino to' nie pnd told 'hij 'bf
Iti'V" Castro cxnlalncd thai ho refer-
fed to tho Panama-hat Incident, and
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to Clerk I j
ild 0. K. " f
to an offer made by Lloyd
Woodward If tho latter would
a stuffed bill presented by Lloyd for
approval. Lloyd, he said, had dou
bled the amount of tho bill.
"Do you know of anything going
en that has the color of graft or Ir
ic&ularlty?" "J have turned down certain bills.
' ,,:," '., " ." " ,,,
lure and Forestry. As soop as tho
matter wits explained to Mr. Shingle,
he accepted my decision."
Castro went further nnd said thnt
last month when Klco made ii motion
thnt the Committee of 'tho Whole sit
In the evening, the chairmen of the
committees offered the services of
their clerks to do the typewriting.
I Ho learned that tho work was alt
done by the clerk of one committee
and by an outsider. He refused to
hpnor (he bill.
Another bill was presented by the ,
clerk of the Flndnco Committee of
the House nnd of the Ways and
Means Committee of tho Senate. As
(ho clerk wns being paid a salary,
Castro turned down tim bill, al
though the Scnato paid Its half of
,....,. .. i,. i, 'i,. , lull-, of :i "hnill'l"
n.nu.t' wlii.il I. li.i I i er i-Kii 'u Hon
"Do you think nny of those bills
wero presented with a deliberate In
tent to graft?"
"I do not. I think they were duo
At G:30 tho'cotiimlttce adjourned,
Instructing Caitro to Won hand with
his accounts tils jnorhlng.
Hans A. Itcfcirelt."ttlio arrived I"
Llliiiri on December' 2Sth and has l u
occupying n position ns tuna on' t'.i''
plantation, will he promoted to II
Smytlie's placo lii tho plantation of
fice, ilo Is a comparallvely' recent ar
rival In there Islands liavlngc6me tn
Honolulu for the first tlmo o'n tho K.iii
of last December, as a petty ofllcei
on board tho bark Nuiianti, which he
left 'to tako tin his residence on (and.
hero on Kauai. Ho has 'been a'seafar
lug man over since 1900, having 'first
taken up that Htfo In Hamburg, nnd
co'mlng"to Now York three years' late.
In' 1903, front which port ho f ta-tiid'im
ninny long voyngos', tho last one being
tho' Journey on tho Niiuanu last year,
which ended his career ai a sailor.
A Sign theio v.iu :
Thnt Sign was "Paint";
And evcr' mortal that passed
by-. ' ' ' -
Sinner and Saint,
Put' out a linger, touched the
And onward sped.
And, "as" ho wiped away tho
- taint, ' ' ""
"It IS!" ho said.
Fresh pa'ntTis always in
teresting:' The' trouble isrthat
few paints 'retain' their fresh
ness aiid earuty'"foj ' lt.
made by W.P. FULLER St
CO. and sold by
L'ewers & Cooke'
1778. KIjib St." " Phone 77fl.
28 LOAVES FOR $1.00.
1120,Fort St. Phont 1W.
Chas. R. Fraziui'
X OUR ADVZRTIBERS
fhohe 371.' ' - 182'Kine St
TOUEINO CAB, 118B. "
6CHUMAN CAERIAQI CO., XTB.
MEECHANT ST. NEAR ALAXXA-
' JUST EECEIVED
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
HENKY 1WAY 4 CO.,
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' Reeeivwl ex Alamnda a New Ship
ment of Latest Ptvles'ln
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