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EVENIKO ntlUXTIM, HONOLULU, T. !!., SATURDAY.. AUfl. 20, 1010.
(Continued from Face 1)
lvo minutes was given to allow Co-
icn to promico tho document.
lloforo tho recess was,, -taken,
:im1rmnn Atkinson nskod Iliirhly
m'.v ho know that only tho 14G00
mil been ro:clvoJ for expending In
ho campaign here, tho rcmalnliiR
BliOO bolng left In San Francisco to
irolcct tho Andrews draft.
Muchly then stated that tho money
Ivas paid over by check In tho office
in rrann inompson, and tnai re-
U.t. were signed for that amount
Lih. tr.nnn ,ni,n.,..io .i.- m.i
if KranK 'inompson, and that re
fornln wino growers, less tho IfiOO
Tor 'which Andrews was authorized
an draw according to tho charges
HtHily's statement was clear nnd
to tho point, and showed conclusive
mat a. draft for r.oo nnd gono
istrny at id tho members of tho Tcr-
rltorjht Cotilral Committee wero left
ii jvugo wnoro, colicn Having told
IHic'uly It went to Andrews.
Charles It. Dartlott of tho Honolulu
llrcwlnc Rnmnnnv ni rnllo.l for n
statement. Ho declared that n draft
for flvo hundred dollars was sent An
draws and thai tho money was drawn
from Illshop bank by him. Ho Intro
duced a Mr. Rowatt, nn employee ol
tho browcry who declared thnt ho over
heard Andrews engaged In conversa
tion with tho cashier at Plshop bank
concerning the dralt. Ilowatt alsu
Isaw Andrews produco n. letter pertain
ing to tho drawing of. 'hat five, hun
dred. Ilartlctt further stated that there
was nothing of n, confidential nnturo
In his meeting nnd subsequent conver
sation with Andrews, Ho gavo tho
iisslstant secretary cirto blanc to go
ahead and tell all that ho knew con
cerning tho nllcgcd deal, Ilartlctt
stated that Andrews went to tho of
flco of A. Vf. Peters nnd wanted $2500
put up for conducting tho present cam
paign. This occurred Just after tho
niircwcry man had. returned from n
jimslncss trip to Hawaii, tho latter
part of March.
"A few days later," said Dartlett,
"Cohen camo down to tho brewery nnd
told mo thnt Andrews wanted to talk
over ninttors with me, 1 met Andrews
and ho said that If tho liquor Inter-
'stB would rnlsp $2500 ho Andrews
Mould guarantco that thoro would bo
no ouo nominated on tho Republican
ticket for tho houso of representatives
wltlioiif my approval.
"A veck l3foro tho plebiscite elec
tion In n conversation between Cohen,
Waterman, lluclilcy and myself. Cohen
(.aid In our rrcsenco that ho knew
that Andrews would llko to throw Jo3
fjCooko down, I believed that tho flvo
hundred dollars (hat Andrews Is un
Odcrstood to havo recclvod had been
I devoted to tho payment of runners In
3 tho present Republican campaign.
G "1 never believed that Androws pos-
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tiscsicu nny siicn iiui u hu ... ..... ..
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"Why, Joo Cohon camo to mo nnd
Unlit that hn would write tho platform
of thn Republican party und Mr. llucli
lcy wns present when tuts Biaiomeni
V.'ticn fuiibur questioned cxinrornlng
Iho amount paid by tho Callfprnla 1
nuor Interests Ilartlctt stntcd that ho
knuw of S3000 being handed over In I
ono drart whllo tno oinor ciu-kk. mnv
Mnti-il SI300. Ho rurtlier stated, that
Cohen told him that ho could secure
ten thoutand dollar on Iho coast at
"Cohen did little to assist tho liquor
pcoplo In tho last campaign stated
Itaitlett. Ho denied that he was try
ing to oust Andrews from tho onto
onfBnsslstnnt swrciary nnd" organizer;
t -, -- s Ki nLr Miir f .
: - wt'wk MmJf w A ii w v ;wrVr
.. w -. -. w, SjTinV : ' -
until Andrew began working Against
1-orrln Andrew followed thn (ire
rtntntton of llnrllott's affidavit wllli
Andrews' Insisted Hint for noma
months past hp realized that n pre
concerted effort was being mado In
certain quartern towards ousting him
from tho offlre of organizer.
"I hail nothing In tin with the ro-
organization of tho Republican party
of tho Territory until tho latter part
of March," said Androws In his own
"When 1 camo to tho assistance of
Us managers tho party was thorough-
' disorganized. 1 had left thn. party
In tho best of condition. When I ro-
turned to tho work I found It noncy-
combed with n lot of hangers on wno
were ft detriment to Its best Interests.
It took tlmo to get tho scattered lines
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0R' '"' I.Ulk?1 "Wh,thlTS i
,cr!I" n"'' endeavored to work out
a schemo for harmony. I noted that
along towards tho middle of Juno that
thcro was nn clement who wanted to
sell out tho party,
"Ilartlctt camo to my ofTIco somo
time In March nnd ho told mo that
l.n hail nlwjivn been n consistent
.,.,, ,ho neimlillcnn ennui. He
..... .., ,.. n i),,i,n.n
tlBl ,,, nrcwcry directors were He
,111.1;C,111. nnd that Its cmnloyea wero
..... ,i, .iM, n,, ,, tin
Uo staled that ho believed that Jneic?m,w'' nn "". nfflnn' ' lnform-
Cocke wa working In tho Intercity"
... hii.ui-- 11- .n,.ll Wimw
whnt itnn.l'tho Honor Interests
shculd tnko In Its affairs.
I told Mr. Ilartlctt," continued An
drews, "thak I tclloicd that fie llnuoi
men wero In splendid condition for
tho coming campaign. I advitnd lilin
o oomo into line, support the patty
as It should represent nil peoples. I
believed thnt thcro wns n placo 'for
tho liquor men In tho Republican
"Why should I want to throw down
Joo Cooko,' as has been Intimated and
charged against mo?" dcclnrcd An
drews, facing his accusers.
"This Is absolutely false upon Its
face. I told Uartlott that I though
that tho Republican party was hardly ,
In n position whero It could pledge It-!'""." """ """ .--..
self to prohibition. I bollovcd that "" absolutely control the next Ho
tho gonernl sentiment was ngnlnst l'ubllcnn county convention of tho
such reformation. City nnd County of Honolulu to tho
."Unrtlett then told mo thnt If tho I extent of Individually, arbitrarily
Republican party could not ploJga It-1 nnd absolutely nnmlng ln advance
self to their Interests tho liquor pco-Jthe nominees of such convention;
pic would be obliged to go oer to tho That tho foregoing Information
other party, which I presumed mennt I concerning the political success and
tho Democrats. I contended Hint It
would cost about (3000 to 'carry tho
campaign on this Island.
Andrews Insisted that during his
work us n reorganizes ho nover stood
for nny particular wing or factloni of
He denied over having asked that
tho liquor men contribute tho sum of
S2500 to assist in carrying on tho coin.
coming from Androws, Ilartlctt arose the, Judd building, whereupon tho
n.i ,t.rinrn,l ii.ni An.lrnu-H nitrrrd n'sald Andrews disbursed at length
At tho conclusion or tins statement
nnd declared that Andrews uttered u
Island oi Oaliu,
, ) rs.
nf Hawaii )
Tcrrltorj nf Hawaii ) and county conventions or a proni-
ChBrlci. O. Ilaitlolt, bolng first i bltlon. plank In the party platform
duly sworn, en oath doposca and and thnt ho, tho said Androws, fear
Bays: That ho Is and during nil tho'cd thnt If said Cooke's request woro
times hereinafter mentioned was tho rejected thnt tho raid Cooko would
tieusurer and mimagcr of tho llono-t rofuso furthor fliian Inl alstnnro
lulu Ilrewlng & Mnltlng Co., Ltd., nnd could prevent financial assist
a iu po atlon it gauired under thennce from others; that ho. tho said
laws of Mio Tcrltory of Hawaii, for' Andrews, desired to bo independent
thn pu.iose, nini-ng othor things, of of the said J. P Ccoke, and desired
the in amir a turo nnd ealo of malt arslstancn net ccup'ed with a do
llnuoi s, iiu-l that tho brewery and
,uVncl,nl place or business of said'
' .J,.- GUARANTEED. UNDER NATIONAL PURE FOOD ACT;. ,1,1,1
AiyiERijcAs Finest production
Lovejoy fc Co., Sole Agents
company, .ls...n.t.JIwio.liil.u, City nnd
Count of Honolulu, Territory afore
said; That nlTlant U n'.so and during nil
tho limes het.clnnfler mentioned was
the vlcc-preslilcnt nnd n member of
tho executive committee of tho
Wholesale Mquor Dealors' Assocla-
Hon of llnwall, a corporation organ
ize.! for the mutual protection of tho Territory of Hawaii
wholesale I nuor dealers of the Tor- "
rllory of Hawaii;
That during all tho times herein
after mentioned thcro was pending
In the Congress , of the United States
a bill to provide for a IchUdto In
the Territory of Hawaii for the vol-
crs to decide, whether or not tho
manufacture nnd sale of Intoxicating
liquors should be prohibited by law
In said Territory, the Sonnlo having ,,
reported favorably upon said bill and it
It then being under consideration by ..
n committee of tho House of Repro-
Thnt one, l.orrln Andrews, Is nn
attorney nt law with offices upon tho
date hereof In the YoKohamn Specie
Hank Imlldlnc In said Honolulu, and
formerly on tho third floor of tho
.luild building In said Honolulu;
Thnt tho rild l.orrln Andrews In
nnd during all the times herein men.
tinned was tho assistant secretary of
the Republican Territorial Central
" "" '"' ' ".-
u" lar ln" lmBl women nun en-
'"'Vored diligently nnd assiduously
to rehabilitate the Republican party
In the Territory of Hawaii liv rcor.
rnnlzntlon of tho nrcclnct clubs, en-,
"iragomcnt and ciillstmont of party ( tho repudiation of both Mr. Cooko
workers nnd tho allaying of dltsat- and prohibition meant tho cutting
Ir'nctlon among tho rank nnd fllo off of funds; Mr. Andrews then of
cf voters, to tho result nnd with such fercd thnt If tho Wholesale Liquor
success, as afllnnt was Informed byj Dealors' Asjoclatlrn of Hawaii would
tho said Andrews, that he, the Bald i pay him, personally, the sum of $2.
Andrews, personally, could control 'son, ho would repudiate Mr. J. !
tho next Republican primaries held Cooke and guarantee that no prohl-
In tho City and County of Hono-1
lulu, nnd that ho could control tho;
Republican votes Ju overy precinct . tlon or otherwise; thatmo ono typum
within said city and county with' be nominated by tho next Ropubll
tho execution of four precincts, and can City and County Convention
ttat . -Id Andrews by rea-
power of tho said Andrews was Im
parted to affiant by the said Andrews
under tho following clrcumstnn"es:
This nrtlant, being notified by J.
C Cohen, Ksq., representing himself
to come from tho said Andrews nnd
to hnvo been sent by him. that he..
tho said Androws, desired to eco af
fiant, on or about tho 30th day of
March, A. D. 1910, called upon tho
said Andrews In tils said nfllro In
I upon his control of tho Republlcnn
1 party mnrhlno as hereinbefore, stnt-
t cd and then nnd there further In
formed nfilant thnt J. P. Cooko, Esq.,
1 whom this affiant knew to bo an act-
Ing nnd Influential worker In tho
fl..t.1ln na tirnll n ntlD
H.-11UUII1..I11 I'uiw, " "... " ""....,., , , ,.
lis most Important nvonue3 ofw"tc iiiiiv inni ,.......
nnnclnl assistance, wns intisiinK
that the Republican party Indorso
..Jni.ll.ttln.. .ulll.t., Ilin -Tnrrltriri- flf
i l. UIIIUIII.'II ,'....., ....w.rf
Hawaii and that leaders of tho party
stnrt a movoment for tho adoption
I by tho next Republican Territorial
mnnd for prohibition; but that ho
required money for Independent
Si City nnd County of Honolulu) tt
It Question asked by nuchly: tt
tt Joe, has l.orrln Andrews agreed IX
tt on condition of receiving 12,600.00 tt
owl. throV down tt
, p rk tllc ,,.
Mean party In favor of tho liquor tt
t: Interests. v ,
If AitQwnr lit rVilinti! t i
Ycg he hag prom!l,-a ,0 ,l0 this, tt
,Ion()lll, jnc ,sth iaio. tt
Tho nBnve , the conversation tt
. . , ,,,...., r01Cn nnd Uuchly tt !
tt In the presence of,
tt nunot.i'11 J. nuciu.Y.
tt C. J. McCAIlTHY,
R J NO. T. SCULLY,
tt OHO 3, O'NEIL.
tt C 0. I1ARTI.ETT,
tt Subscribed and sworn to before tt
me this the 17th day of August, tt
nnno domlnl. 1910, by It. J. Much- tt
ly, C. J. McCarthy, .Ino. T. Bcul- tt
1'. Geo. J. O'Neill and C. 0. Hart- tt
lett at my oltlci. 79 Merchant tt
street In Honolulu. Hawaii. tt
P. II. nUIlNBTTB.
Notary Public, First Judicial tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a a tt tt
work In so.-urlng his' position
leader of tho Republican party and
bltlon planl: would bo adopted by the
Republican party either In conven.l
,bt was inimical to tho Ibjuor In
tercsts In Hawaii, nnd to secure hl
good -fnlth, he, Androws, prior to
the nominations at such convention,
would Biibmlt to iifflant tho names of
tho proposed nominees, for his (affl
nut's) approval. "
(Signed) CIIAB, O. RARTI.KTT.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo
mo this 18th day of June. A. D.
B. C. PHTER8.
Notary Public. Klrst Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii;
Joel C. Cohen says ho represents
tho majority of the reputable liquor
interests of the Territory.
lip ulro saj'b that hn paid runners.
Republican inauiigor, gavo hint dur
Ing tho plebiscite
l.orrln Amliows s.iyB that ha
didn't do n thing that tho Manon
pcoplo nnd certain nllldavlls raid he
Ho -olalms that n trick, when It Is
a political trick, may bo an honest
trick, nnd that Is tho way he scorns
to oxcubo tho manipulation of tho
ballpl Iu tho Mano.i preelnit contest,
ulthouph when It comer to n show
down, ho lays nil the blame on tho
rccrctery. Durfuudcaii, who, Andrews
tnys, did nil tho ticket-making, and
be, Andrews, didn't know.ji slngo
thing about It.
TIices nro sonio of tho sallo,nt
points that were brought out at tho
r '. ; .
women s icgai
our store, will have
that her footwear
cording to the very latest fashions here and abroad.
F OR "WOMEN
Regal Shoe Store,
Republican Central Committee meet-
Ing last evening, held for tho pur-
pese of llndlng out what Is tho mat-
tcr with Andrews. I
Cohon also declared that cvoryono
else in the liquor business Is en-
gngcu in n conspiracy hi uiru inu
vJirpuuii uii purl) uur iu inu I'viuu-.
ciallc party. Jack Atkinson, Incl-'
dentally, told him that hu did not
know what ho Is talking about.
It was what might bo called a very
uninteresting meeting until AlKln
ton brought forwnrd Information re
garding iiftlilavttB he had seen bear
ing on the nctlvltles of Androwinnd
Cohen. It wns a meeting In which
thcro was nn apparent mnjorlty for
tho benefit of Andrews, ns John Wa
terhouse was on hand with a motion I
to vote the rontluiintlrn of Androws
In offlce, despite the sldo-wlndor that
the Mano.i opponents of Andrews
rent In. They said In effect that
they didn't earn what the committee
did, they wero going to fight An
drews and keep him out of the con
as Ibey have no -ympath,,
system of politics.
with his system of po
Another very Impressive feature
of thn meeting was that whllo An.
drews denied sweeping!)', tlntly ami
broadly and vigorously all that At
kliiFou said was contained In the af
fidavit of Cliaili'B Uartlott, ho ad
mitted that he lmd had a conference
r ... . . mediately saw; uiai. inn nrrnnscinciii
I with Mr. Ilartlctt and at tho sa.no of nampr wug , ,)cf()B nltncr
time absolutely refused to give nn . onlBn,on the party voter.
, acccunt of what went on nt that " '
nicol'lng or loiifcrcnce. until ho had. Andrews in Reply,
read what Unrtlett has to ruy In his ' Cooper made a clear caro of An
ntridavlt drews' meddling In partlzan nnd fa-'-
Cohen and Conspiracy. lhn l"" ht" h" waa Bl;l",0"c,l
in- eit.i.ii nio. n,,.,in iim uiuit. tn bo a imrty harmonlzor and not n
mciit. after declaring lhat a great
(cnsplracy was on foot, that soma
tnimths ago u i-onforeiico of liquor
men was hold lit tho ofnro of Attor-
ncy Emll Peters, lit which Emll Po.
ters recommended tho liquor men to
comblno wlfh tho Democratic party.
us that was tho party from which
they would get the most ntslstanco,
but that iio, Cahen, opposed thn
movo rtrcnuously. Cohen raid that
tho liquor men did not follow Po
ters' alleged nilvl-o. but Cohen did
not rccm to upproclute that what
waa dono utter that meeting nnd tho
advice of Peters has been nn abso
lute refutation or the charge mado
by Mr. Cohen that tho liquor men
wanted to wreck tho Republican
Tho mooting room of tho commit
tee wns scarcely well filled, ro slight
was the goncral Interest In tho moot. I buslners'mon now opposing him wero
Ing, Jack Atkinson, tho cliulrmnn'not tho workers -und not In sympa
or tho committee, nnd Krcd Macfar-jthy with the Hawaiian and Porlu
intu. u;ro Intn t iiev had been hold-' curse rcsldonts of tho precinct. An-
....... ...... ...-, -- ------
Ing tt precinct meeting out nt Wnl
klkl. John Waterhuube and King,
and John l.aneand Vocller, of tho
committee, wero there, making n
quoium nnd nlto a preordained ma
jority for Andrews. On tho side
lines were Andrews, newspaper men,
Ccoper. nnd (Hade from Manon, und
Borne of the meh from Kakaako who
were presumably prepared to. do.
claro that Androws did not say what
thoro 'near tho stand when hi- rpo!(i
ln'thn Sixth Ptcclnct undsrclood him
to tay about tho candidacy of Mr.
I Cohen for tho Senate.
In Regal Qxfords
Whn enrnrne n rintfriF Inn ndu;
z T v i. i
wxiqras nowo aispiay at
the satisfaction of knowing
is correct in ev.ery detail ac-
Regal quarter-sizes give you the same perfect fit and crmfoit
that you could) ojljrwise obtain only in exclusive rnadc-lo-
And, in women s Regals
quality or materials ana worKmansnip.
arc confident that every woman who
these dainty Women s Regal Oxfords at our store
will secure perfect satisfaction, and
to us at the end of the season
pair of Regals.
$3.50, $4, $4.50
xhe Manpft Letter,
Tho meeting started In with tho
rca,nK (,f" the letjcr from tho Mn-
nca committee which gavo cxpres-
g or wn!lt thRl l0imltten thinks
of Andrw. niol,!(K,Bjn tl0 fb.llow-,
Then Mr. Atkliifon nske'd It nny-
one enred to bo Jicnru. iirou .
Ccoper was there, and when called
uion gavo an account of the details
of the trouble in me auium pre-
..- , 1 ...1 . .1.- fHAV.
no siunveu wiiuiu inu .iuii.i
people luid tjt predisposed nntng
onlsm for Androws until tho rcprc
rentntlvo of tho Republican party
camo Into the precinct on the side
or lluffandenu nnd actively support
Ing his side of thn Manoa, contro-
..nro.- If a Inlil nr AmlrnU'R aprvlnir
M a 'JlI(,g0 of nn election In which
ho was tho candidate for president
Ho told of how Andrews nnu n.po-
llccmnn on hand to keep order ..jnohg
the peaceful citizens of Manon, sm6-
thing that was considered quite un-
; necessary, and when tho Manoa pco
J MwnyTl oV hi. l.oT .
" ' '"hWBIJrI " .-..! . .!,? r
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.V8"?-' ! .i" '' T,
113KUI, J11 IVIIIUIl ll" .. b.-
tricky arrangement of tho numes.
It was not passed around for Inspec
tion, nltSbugh Atkinson, when he
looked It over, showed thnt ha.lm
mediately saw; that, tho arrangement
promoter of ntrffo, nnd iK)IUo pro-
tcctcu poinds. (,
During, Cooper's talk ho, was lu
tonupted by King, who snowcii mm-
clf lo" bo un active partlzan of An-
Andrews, making reply,, opened
cut by arraying" or trying to urray
the business or baole element of tho
Manoa precinct against tho Hawaiian
"Manoa Is not n haolo precinct,'
woro -Andrews opening worus. 110,
then tald thero were a lot of pcoplo j
In Manca whose Republicanism wa
lo bo doubted, nnd they wero oppos
nit In tho llnwnllnni and the' Portu
guese, 'He went Into 'he prc-ln-t
nnd ufter sizing Up thcvsltuatlrui d
elded to align. himself, with, u.a
".,w,orj!C;rs.",ns hp failed theRi niean-
ing 111 iiuvr uy ins luiimmi n... ..-
mews pinycu 011 tins mruiK '" "'"'
opportunity, lining up tho Cooper-
Hcmenway-Stcero people ns against
tho Hnwallans and tho Portuguese.
Ho then said that he did not want
j to be thn chairman of the meeting
nnd hail hlmholf nsucu itemcnway m
preside when objection wus made to
him and his policeman.
' Atkinson then drow Andrews' at
tention to tho form of tho ballot to
whl h the Cooper crowd nbJecliM
the trlJ:y tlclel.
An "Honest Trick-l1- ...
Andrews looked at It nnd said at
you get the very
obtains a pair of
sizes King &
fltt tt111'. w?;,a.ll r,Knt' T1?c"
fl Atkinson reminded him thc
ho ouk'1' to bo brlKht eno"Kl1 to T
that the arrangement of. names wa
Hck. .nurewa nrsiii.w.rus. ...
Jrl,U nud h-tlmated thst It . .
I ...:., ...... ..1 ... rn....,.ll.1n firr
UHHl'll II I 11) 11 11V .W Hm-WHO-" ---
II. ho said, "Oh. no" tho secretary
nJJi llg for ,, ho w0,,,
)avo d(juo iu(jh a Mo ,.,,
swltth of Andrews on this point wan
.,. A ... -nill,illir feature
was when ho said ho did not know
..,. ..--...- r.
what wns on tho ticket nnd had
never seen It, nllhnugh ho had paid
tho hill nnd took Ccoper to the Ad-
vfrt uPrfbl:uttioo about the bnl.
lols.3Aiidrow Ignorance Is attlmea
lnte"nre,''arld pTioCold Iluffnndeau was
made the goat of that Incident.
Andrews raid ho tried to harmon-
lio things by telling Cooper he could
, ,., ... . ... ...,,, , ,i,
', 6 . - ldC), ,nnl 0 nl)l,
frlc-llUP,vcro 'mll , (lefeat lluf-
hon -... .
- Thc Mr' ,0,"" Wn,Cd ? k"W
lt "' nilxlng of names In con-
nectlon with tho Judges or oloctiou.
Andlews didn't know Anything about
It. but thought the whole trouble
wus because tho morning paper did,
not havo the nanus of tho man whom
(Hade mentioned. Asked who took
tho list of ofU'crs to tho morning
paper, Andrews sud that ho did, but
the error or leaving the name out
wns one of thpso shortcomings to
will h nil iiewsnaners nro liable. So
A.mlrc.ws wound up by saying that
ho wns ready lo dony everything,
only. he- wanted nil those who had
an cbjccllon to him to como out wltji
It nnd cay It In Iho' open.
After tho Msnon fracas was fin
Irhi'd, Atkinson asked If nnyono eUo
wnntod to s.iy anything, nnd, ro
ono responding. Atkinson said ho
would undortnkc the unpleasant duty
of calling Mr. Cohen's attention to
rcmethlng l.uno had raid Cohen said
nboiil paying Andrews' men to do
work for him. Thnt Is, tho Idea
was that Andrews named the men
und those men wont to Cohen lor
Cohen Is Anpry, '-
(fthcii Immediately got hot In tho
collar nnd It wns hard to ma)e head
or .tall of what !.ano charged and
whit Cohen said was. not. trjuo, H
reema thej; had a conversation, nil
right, and' Cohen talked" nboul1 the
men on Andrews' list that he. Co
hon, was paying money to.
Cohen gavo his account of tho con
verwllon, stating lhat he was talk
ing with Uiuo about tho plebiscite.
He, Cohen, told Uiuo thut In getting
his workers for the plebiscite In tho
cause of anti-Prohibition he had
gono to Andrew to get the names
of men whom he, Andrews, vould
Mlect, nnd thnt he, Cohen, had paid
tlieno - men. Cohon said the money
with which these men hnd been paid
wna money secured from tho liquor
Interests of California, "I roprcsent
tho IUiiut Interests of California."
said Cohon. "an.l what 1 did .YithjKVi"
that rnoDOj- 11 my bualneaa."
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