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Miss Lencve Treated
Kindly To -Induce Her
To' Tell All
QUF.IIEC. Aug. 1. Inspector
Dew nml thp Quebec police are work
Inn nsslduously to get from lltlifel
Loneve ii confession that will con
vkt Dr Crlppen. In order to In
duce the joung woman to tell the
whole tragic story everyone who has
access to her Is treating her with ex-
ilrtiorUlnary consideration nnd siu
pathetic attention. In this work
tho authorities are receiving power
ful uld from the girl's mother nnd
I other relatives In London, who
pleaded with her In several cable
grams received today to tell the
whole truth. They urged her to re
member her own family, no matter
hov. great her loe for Crlppen
i Miss Leneve wan at the residence
tit Police Chler McCarthy In the out
er town all day. There she was vis
ited by a )ili ulclnti and enred for
with n tenderness wholly In con
trast to ordinary British methods
with prisoners. She could not have,
been very sick, for people passing
the police chief's home saw her en
jo)lng the freedom of the house. To
night she was taken back to Jail,
but was still under the care of n
No Third Degree.
Crlppen seemed utterly dlscour.
aged, but so far ns can be ascertain
ed lie has let nothing slip that can
bo used against him when he comes
The police pin their hopes upon
Ml as I.enee, but declare they are
not subjecting either prisoner to
anything approaching the "third de
gree." Such efforts would be con
trary to Urltlsh police methods.
Probably not before August 18
will Crlppen and the young woman
be taken aboard a trans-Atlautlc
liner bound for England, there to
stnnd trial, for the murder of n wo
uiuu believed to have been Ilelle HI
more. The criminal law of the Brit
ish possessions established this to
day when tlio haggard dentist,
whose flight ended so dramatically
aboard the steamer Montrose jes
terday morning, was arraigned be
fore a magistrate and remanded
until August 8. It was given out
that the girl was too 111 to appear,
but would be taken Into court tomorrow,
Will Not Fight.
crlppen wilt not tight exirauiuon.
Of the girl's attitude less Is known.
She Is still bioken In body and
spirit, alternately shaken with sobs
or pllently morose. It Is sold her
relatives have emplojed counsel here
to defend her.
Forced through n curious crowd
that extended In every direction
from tho palals de Justice, high on
the historic plains of Abrnham, Crlp
pen was taken today before the pro
vincial court of Bpcclal schsIoiis,
whero he was formally questioned
as to his Identity and notified that
ho wns under nrrest for the murder
of an unknown woman.
Crlppen was heavily manacled. It
was apparent that be had passed n
The Judge asked the prisoner If
he was Hawley II. Crlppen.
"I am," said Crlppen.
"Do you know this man?" Indi
cating Inspector Dow.
Crlppen nodded Jits head.
"Are ioti leadr tu go back with
him or nuy iiiuillfleil officer'"
''Do ou Intend to fight extrnui-
"No." t ' '
Hlsnlce was so weak Is scarcely
reached the ben h. '
Must Wait 15 Days. ,
uemnnuing mm to Aiigusi a was
purely perfunctory, as he and his
"ompanlon, under the fugitive of
fenders' act, must remain here at
'enst fifteen days, On the 8th he
likely will be remanded again until
the ir,tli, and the first mailable ves
sel for Kngtnnd will not depart
until three das later
lly that time another detective
from Scotland Yard will hnvo ar
rived, bringing n formal application
for extradition, although this appli
cation probably will not bo neces-
'ary In view of the accused man's
leclaratlon that he will raise no ob
stacles to his return.
Crlppen occupies a cell In the pro
vincial Jail on the heights east of
the city overlooking the St. Law
rence river He might usk to have
the Amerlmu consul notified or seek!
an attorney to Insure that he gets
fair treatment. The Vnlted States
i-onsul here Is Oehhart WIII-lUcli, n
former resident of Milwaukee and
St. Paul, Minn. Wlll-Klch said to
day that while he stood ready to
give Crlppen all consistent assist
ance, he had received no applica
tion to do so and expected none. In
fact, he added, he saw no way In
which ho could better the situation
of the prisoner In any way.
Iloth prisoners were so near tu
physical collapse early this morning
on the way here from Father Point
on the Bteamer Montrose that they
scarcely glanced nt each other. Miss
Leneve tottered as sho moved for
ward and hardly could have pro
She wore a gray dress, which had
been given her by the stewardess
when the hoy's clothing In which she
had crossed the Atlantic was taken
from her. Over her hat n heavy
veil had been thrown. But she
hardly needed the veil to hide her
features, for her head was so be,nt
that no one could hove seen her
On the way from Antwerp the
face of Miss Leneve had appeared
too pretty for that of a boy A half
hour after she had been placed In
custody her features appeared to
be rather those of a well-matured
woman who had suffered much.
Dew led the way to the gangway,
a steward tarrying a small suitcase
marked "J. noblnson." This was
the only baggage which the two
brought with them. Neither had an
extra suit of clothing. Crlppen
wore the same brown suit nnd hat
lie did when he embnrked at Ant
werp He Is smooth shaven now.
Need Support. '
As they appeared on the gangplank
and caught sight of the enormous
crowd that surged about the pie?
desperately determined to get n
glance at the pair, Crlppen and the
woman would have fallen but fur
the aims which supported them,
They were taken Immediately to
Talks with the crow and stewards
of the Montrose threw1 interesting
sidelights on the action of the pair
on the voyage from Antwerp. Doifi-
Inkk Keen, the steward who looked
after their stateroom, hud the best
opportunity for observing their aq
tlons. He Bald:
"I was one of tho first to discov
er, by her neat methods In her room,
her V.H) nf walking and her elfcin-
luiilo llginc, that 'John ltobliihoti
.lil' was a woman Then o did
lovcred that the labels had been
tnkenifrom all their clothes, that the
lining had been torn from the
younger Holilnson's lint, and soon
Captain Kendall was couvlmed that
lie had the much-squght fugitives on
Alfred Smith, the dining room
steward, told how Crlppen had mn
llouvered to keep Miss Leneve seat
ed by him at the table. Ile.'snld
Crlppen had asked for two seats a'
the captain's table, sldo by side, and
next to the wall, so that no one
could sit betide Miss Leneve other
than himself. "My boy Is a. little
deaf," ho told the steward, find aft
er some argument succeeded In get
ting the desired seatB. In thttt wnv
he prevented any passengers from
engaging the girl In conversation nt
the table and betraying her sex by
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Attgnst 8, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tcrtltory of Hawaii by llcgr to
Makeal (w) to Horrlet Kaohu
et nl ..'
K9t of Maria King by tr to Kn-
mal (k) D
Frances K Dl.-key nnd hsb by
ntty to Wlnlfiod P Emory. . . . D
F A Schaefre to Fiances K
Winifred P Hmory arid hsb to F
A Sclincfer M
II Ov e to C Fook Wo I. . L
M K Miller to von Hnmm
Youngy Co Ltd CM
Entered for Record August 0, 1910.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Lnu Pul by atty to Lin Ick....llS
Seo Chnng to Chock Sing US
Lin Id; to Young Kong Yea.... IIS
Chock Sing to Young Kong Yee US
Jono Mendez nnd wf to Manuel
fl Aiigitstlnho t)
Matilda A Itodrlgues and hsb to
Atfxiindrlun llnn-i-mcst .... I)
Charles Ainu ct nl by uttj to
Union Loan Assn M
II llackfcld & Co Ltd to II Ytt-
nngltsubo et nil ...., Htl
Cleu Cockett to Pioneer Mill Co
Ltd .' L
Recorded July 20, 1010.
Mnry E K Ixiw to Palama Beetle
ment, D; !M00n of It P 4494, kill
27 FL, King St, Honolulu, Oahu; 1.
800. Ii 310, p 4f. July 28, 1910,
JohliII Est Ltd to Chns A Drown.
Par Sur L; tnt In U P 800, kill
8241 PP. Wnlplo, 'Ewn, Oahu. II
3.10, p 1C9. June 14, 1910.
Chns A Drown and wf to John
II Est Ltd, L; Int In IL P 80r,, kill
3972, Wnlplo, Kwa, Oahu. It 330, p
1C9. June 14, 1910,
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Rainier Again n
And Then Some
"Don't Need To"
IN A RECENT DEBATE AT RENO, MR. JAMES J. JEFFRIES
FAILED TO CONVINCE JACK JOHNSON.
SOME SEVEN OR EIOHT YEARS AdO MR. JEFFRIES WAS TIIE
LEADINQ MAN IN KIS LINE OF WORK. BUSINESS WAS GOOD AND
HIS PROFITS WERE BIO.
(HAVING ALL THE MONEY HE COULD HANDLE AT THE TIME,
HE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A REST.
TO BE SURE, HE PLANNED TO GET INTO THE FIELD AOAIN
AT THE PROPER TIME.
. BUT EVERYTHING WAS ROSY AND THERE REALLY SEEMED
NO GOOD AND SUFFICIENT SEASONS' WHY HE SHOULD SPEND SO
MANY HOURS A DAY KEEPING HIS MUSCLES LITHE AND 'STRONG
AND HIS WIND GOOD AND HIS HEART AND NERVES IN TRIM.'
EVENTUALLY THE MEETING OF JOHNSON WAS ARRANGED.
MR. JEFFRIES WAS STILL TOLERABLY CONTENT WITH WHAT HE
. HAD DONE.
'(BROTHER, A HAS-D0NE IS ABOUT AS BAD AS A HAS-BEEN.)
MR, JEFFRIES DID NOT CARE TO STAND UP IN THE TRAIN
ING RING AND PUNCH AND TAKE FUNCHES. HE DID NOT SEE
ANY NECESSITY 0E PRACTISING SIDESTEPS AND FEINTS AND
HE.KNEW ALL ABOUT THEM. WHY, SEVEN YEARS AGO HE
HAD DONE ALL OF THAT HE EVER NEEDED TO DO.
JOHNSON DID NOT OVERLOOK THE BOXING AND THE WRES
. TLING AND THE CLINCHING AND THE SIDESTEPPING, ETC.
AS A RESULT, JEFFRIES RECEIVED JOHNSON'S COMPLIMENTS
ON THE POINT OF THE JAW AND HIS BUSINESS CAREER CLOSED.
ADVERTISING A BUSINESS IS THE TRAINING OF THAT BUSI
NESS. ADVERTISING KEEPS A BUSINESS HEALTHY.
IT TONES UP ITS LIVER, STRENGTHENS ITS BICEPS, STEADIES
ITS HEART AND KEEPS ITS NERVES IN ORDER.
ONCE IN A WHILE A MAN DECIDES THAT HE IS DOING SO
.' MUCH BUSINESS THAT HE CAN STOP ADVERTISING FOR, A WHILE
AND, 'RUN ON MOMENTUM.
'"' MOMENTUM IS THE GRADUAL PROCESS TOWARD A FULL STOP.
THE MOMENTUM BUSINESS IS USUALLY PREMATURELY FULL
STOPPED BY THE STRAIGHT LEFT JAB OF THE WELL-TRAINED
COMPETITOR WHO FINDS HIS OPENING IN THE 15TH ROUND.
IF YOU WANT TO STAY IN BUSINESS, STAY IN THE ADVER
NO MATTER HOW MUCH BUSINESS YOU ARE DOING, KEEP UP
. ENERGY THAT MAKES IT.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL CUT OFF YOUR LEGS BECAUSE YOU ARE
RUNNING WELL IN A FOOT RACE AS TO CUT OFF YOUR ADVER
USING BECAUSE YOUR BUSINESS IS TOO GOOD.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL TELL THE INSURANCE MAN THAT YOU
ARE SO HEALTHY YOU WILL DROP THE POLICY FOR A FEW YEARS
AS TO STOP ADVERTISING BECAUSE THE ORDERS ARE PILING UP.
"DON'T NEED TO" IS THE EVENTUAL PRELIMINARY TO
"CAN'T DO IT."
"THE ONLY MAN WHO DOESN'T NEED TO ADVERTISE IS THE
MAN WHO HAS RETIRED FROM BUSINESS.
THE ONLY POLICY-HOLDER WHO DOESN'T NEED TO PAY HIS
PREMIUMS IS DEAD.
MR. JEFFRIES DOESN'T NEED TO TRAIN ANY MORE. HE IS
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