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Ignores United. Slates in Making
Announcement to the Powers
That Ho Will Hold on to Die
tator Job at All, Costs, Ultima-turns
to the Contrary, for He
Now Has Money to Burn.
CITY OF MEXICO,
10. (By Associated, Press
floWi Tnfitcitifr nvtn tbn
courtesy of a reply to President
i Wilson's request that lie abdi
cate or through any communication
with American Charge
d 'Affaires O'Shaughnessy, who
is in ch'anre of the American
interests lierc, Dictator Huerta
late last night sent ofllcial
, fication to the Powers that he
is in control of the affairs of
Mexico, is the recognized head
of the government and that he
intends to continue, to rulo as
Dictator at all costs.
( This. is the most definite state-1
ment that has yet been made by
, jtucna ana is iookcu upon nere
today as a virtual declaration
'to the United States that
co is how ready for that country
to strike the first blow.
FID PURPOSE TO
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 'J.
(Special to The Advertiser)
Washington is marking time,
wait in),' either for the signal that
will set the torch in the .Southern
Republic or for news announcing
that President Wilson's ultimatum
1ms been obeyed and that
Huerta and his backers have stepped
out of the political nfl'airs iJf
Though all departments were
closed today, members of tile cabinet,
including .Secretary Hryan,
were within easy reach had anything
T.ljat the United States has no
intention of receding from the
position which it is now bucking
up will) its Army and Navy was
evidenced, this afternoon by Senator
lincon who concluded a long
conference with Secretary of
'"While I am not at liberty to
discuss my talk with Secretary
Bryan in detail," said SViiato'r
B.aeon, "J can say that there hah
been absolutely no change in the
fixed purpose of President Wilson
on behalf of the United States to
have Dictator Huerta eliminated
from the political affairs of Mexico
and that this will be done.
However," Senator Bacon added,
"every effort will bo made to
avert t!u putting into'force pi" the
cxtr.emc measures for which this
country is now so well prepared."
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OK MKXICO. November
'J, (Special to The Advertiser)
Cries (if "Vive Huerta! Vive
followed the issuing'of administration
newspaper extras to-dif
announcing that the
has assurance of ample funds
to conduct the government for
some time to come. The news has
not only given Huerta added
courage but has apparently fired
the patriotism of .Mexicans who
have been wavering in face of the
possibility of American intervention.
That the loan came through
British sources is generally conceded
here. It was arranged through
the influence of Lord Cowdray.
The latter is head of the Pearson
Oil Syndicate, recognized as the
biggest monopoly in Mexico,
U is understood that the
flit loan comes withnssuranco of
another in Hm event of favorable
aetjon by the coining congress on
application of certain liilmiwt
now pending for valuable oil laud
eonei'ssions m Mexico.
AOCJWJJNTH WIM irAVI'Kff.
It miiy he lHiNHrif ie hmvmiI hu
fintjilmil, hut il Ik mil mmmUf Is H
ltrt'imrnl fur il. liihiilftUt' tyii
ilufin Is luii lsutii aniis' )"'-
luiil With n IxiUU' of ihli IInm4H iuu
nre picpunxl for moil quyllilmi IV
tale h nil .Innluf Hiiumhi, Fhiuil, j,
id, Ayl fur IUvmiIi
RISADY TOiKRD WAIN FOR THE MEXICAN BORDER
I , ... ; .
Says Intervention in Mexico
Means War That Could Have
(By Federi 1 Wireless Telegraph.)
CI.KVF.IAND, Ohio, November 'A
(Special to The Advertiser)- Former
Ambassador Jlenry Luno Wilson
IIENItY LANE WILSON,
Former nmbiissndor to Mexico, who
President Wilson's diplomacy.
cized the administration's Mexican
policy in mi before the Union
Club here Inst night.
"1 believe thnt'had Jlucrtn been ae-corded
diplomatic courtesies from this
government peace and order in .Mexico
would have been brought nearer than
they have been brought," he said.
" Hy what course' of reasoning can
there be an insistence from Washington
that an Anglo-Saxon system ol" government
can be established in' .Mexico,
when ninety per cent of tho population
cannot read or write! Anient in intervention
Xi;f Vdl.Mv, November 10.
(By Associated Press I'nble) Tho
first storm of tho winter which
prevailed over the. groat lakes'
gions during Saturday and
day is now general throughout tlio
Fast, according to reports received
here up to midnight. ' From tho
Missouri Klvor to New York snow.
sleet and wind are reported, and
in Kansas City, St. Louis, Chi-
engo and other points street ear
traffic has been hampered. Bail-
loads are being Kept open.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
F.DINBF.itlSII, Scotland, November
!. (Special, to The Advertiser) Andrew
Citrnegin hiis'just realized that he
Is ten million dollars poorer than ho
thought. When ho founded tho I'nited
Kingdom Trust last .Inly he stated that
he had transferred ten million ijollnrs
then held by tho United Trust to the,
After eoiiMiltlii" with his lawyers,
Carnegie found that it-was impossible
for certain legal reasons to innko the
traiisfer and lie was forced to make n
fresh disbursement for tho United
(By Federal Wlrcltws Telegraph)
N1JW VDIIK, November . (Special
to The Advertmer) Vincent Alitor and
Mtsu 'Helen Dinmnoru Huntington,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ColIU J1.
Huntington, will bo ni.'irrlud In tho
spring. Th eniiageiiient of the yoiiug
niultiinlllloiuire mid Min
MioiouiKviiieiit yrtolerduy v
ciintlriiiml by Mm. Huiitiarftoii tl:iy.
The HuiiuiiueeMioiit of the
twwti a h KurnrUo to muat
miu iu soriely. Th wmbHuK will lake
Uee Ml Matuburx thti lioiuo at th
Ilty Ku.lur Wire Telgritph.)
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JrtTwfcii M. Uvy, f Mv York,
' oiiufM tiim h miU I nuktlUu
i" .". HMitur nt the
t fill. Mv llrrMsH' lu iIhU
ltll.ir hh hoi),1 refUt KkTj i,outfir
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UNITED STATES INFANTRY WAITING THE
Finish ov Canal is
i' vt vt
Gocthals Says pc
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PANAMA, November .'). (Special, to rlV Advertiser)
Colonel Gocthals has definitely fixed, upon March, 1!),M, as the
date of his final departure from the Isthmus of Panama.
This leaves less than five months for liim to complete the
canal, reorganize' the working forces and establish operation
of the great waterway.
Secfpfer Lane is Greatly
Infeffested in Reservation
(B.v Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HAN FltANCIHW), November .
(Special to Tim Advertiser) The efforts
of tho people, of Hawaii to have
the I'nited States government set aside
as a national park the areas surrounding
the famous volcanoes of Kiluuca
and Mauim J. on mid the trails leading
to them at last arc promised success.
Ii. A, Thurston is at tho Hotel
where he has just arrived from
Washington, and says that when in tho
national capital a week ago he disclosed
the project with Secretary of the
Interior l.une, and tho latter practi
Qarefully Consider Granting Po-
lite Request from Caldwell for
Use of County Auto.
(.Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
1IJI.O, .November 7. Tho question ns
to wljether -Superintendent; of 1'iiblio
Works Caldwell should bo allowed to
use tho county's big White automobile
during his stay neio, without having
to pay for wear and tear on the machine,
was debated nt some length at
tho meeting of the board of supervisors
last Wednesday, the day before Caldwell
Tho matter was brought up by n letter
from Caldwell, nsVlng for the loan
of the machine during his tny of a
week on this Island, ami offering to
p:v running expenses.
"He's got n lot of gall," exclaimed
Kwuliko took up tho cudgels for Caldwell.
Ho said that ho had told Caldwell
that he thought there would bo no
objection to hisliavlng tho use of tho
machine. When-territorial orlicials were
ilriing their beH to hcln'riut the counties
they should tie encouraged, and Caldwell
intended' to get a cemetery .and
other nico things for Ililo.
Iiyinau thought that tho term used
by Caldwell,' whero ho said'iti ills 'letter
that he would pay all "necessary running
expenses and rcpnirS," was, rather
broad. Alloiv'nneo should bo iambi 'for
wear and tWir on HrCH tu'ul siiuilnr expenses,
at n certain rate per mile.
"Yes," agreed Yates. "Twenty-five
"Oh, 'no," objected Lyman. ".Make
"lie has his own machine," said
Ynte. ' '
"The request It reasonable enough,
It seems to me,'. said "but
we should settle beforehand tho question
" l'roin twelve to fourteen cents n
mild is safe," susgiMcd Yntot,
"J.et ut grunt the request on tho
condition Ijuit n certain amount per
mile, be paid for wear and tour,"
"Twelve tent n mile," snhl YntM,
coming down by degrees,
"Irft us lie serious about this matter,"
bit l, Iivh1Ikii, "Here is u nmn
wlio whiiU to do Mime youd ivorh for
iIih of llnwnll. Here i n lumd
u' H lerrllurlHl ilwrtun ut wb U will-ill
to riio,ri 1tl Ihe comity, vhl
in tti" m lb IwriteriHl uOisiuU Imivh
nlm.v liurlunl tW county, litre U
"y, ml ty nhtoHiftT thaw our
"Thfre ibottM Ike mo dh), uboiu
'."wsrj MlSHP. "I'sWkWI wiwi,
tor i nr lnll. He mill net iim lki
mi' liini) fur jov nde. un ihtnruil jurv
;i' oiiii hi uur ilhiili ul I
WORD TO ENTRAIN FOR THE FRONT.
Set For March
i .' v' ..'
Will .Quit Then
cally assured him of his support of the
"This is a 'matter in which 1 am
greatly Interested. The ipicstion of a
national pnrk'bu the Irlaud of Hawaii
will imvu Hiy 'favorable consideration,"
is what Mr. Thurston quotes Secretary
I.uno as saying.
Congroieinnn Julius Knlm of San
Francisco, who hnV visited tho two volcanoes
on the Island of Hawaii, has
promised to champion Jlio measure when
ir.icbincs up iu congress. With the aid
of the national government, Mr. Thurston
t'ay.i the proposed park wouhL bo
preserved as one of tho wonder spots
of the world.
Hurries to Peking at Command of
to Take Office.
(Sjiecial table to the Nippu .Irji.)
TOKIU, November P. The details of
highhanded rulo in China of
Yuan wiio made plain iu
ordering the dissolution of tho ' Kwo
Ming Toug, or the National Jiftrty, his
determination to p1"'1 at any cost his
ambitious iilim to become despotic ruler
of tho former empire, was received hero
today fiom I'eking. Tho dispatches
stated that the Chinese capital in now
in a turmoil. ' j
Three hundred and sen
ators and loagicssmen out of 7iUi, the
total nieinljorshlp of the National assembly,
are Known to have been deprived
of olllre by Yuan's order, according
to nn authentic report. These are
tho uicuibeis of the Kwo Ming party, n
political organization formerly under
the leadership! of Dr. Sun Ynt Sen and
(lencral Wong Hing. Tho oppressed
lawmakers are now fleeing iu every direction
for safety, while some of their
leaders have been arrested by Yuan's
'Vim Hi T.i, tho premier, is reported
to have taken into serious consideration
the advisability of the resignation
of his cabinet. This nction on tho part
of tho premier nnd his cabinet ministers
is t'Xiioctnl to follow within n few days.
lu tho meanwhile 1'iesident Yuan
hurriedly suinnuineil Chili Sni C'holig,
former governor of Shan tang Province, '
to report ut ((King. Yiinii hud already
offered Chin, it it said, tho chaiico to
lorm a new caluiiet to succeed tho present
tottering ministry. Chul,
promptly to tho summons from
l'okiiig, is now on his way to the capital
from lloiiuii, where ho resided, for
Sheriff .larrett iinnouiiced yoiterday
morning that Detectlvo Kebcrt Swadeu
hiid been mppoinled acting inspector of
weights and measures, vice the late
Mnnuel 11, Abroi)', who wan shot mid
klBed by II. 1". Ferguson lust
The tipioiiitiiiniit will I w temporary,
tiUilnr the rulet of the rlvfl service
ninl the liiennibent will
h "I1 for lh liainliiHtioiK for
tho Hultioii with such other meliibiis
of the di'1'nrtiHBiit who deaire. The
ptVWMMMil iiiioliiliiirnt will be made
rmui h Hi ul the thrae hinliot in the
eXHloiimtloi", which will '"' lllllllltlcl
In the slniifT bt the iiiiiiiiiiskimi in tlu
i ourse ot I line
If . Ill I ,' IIKCil IHI II ' I ll l"l I
in m iii l lit- teifii.l m I . i r nn
' itul I II. i i in llic I'liij.. r i- int
l.twnti oni.i tliat h wull wiiiiilm j
nil hit ohmliuu, uud Ihe luiiur.l . ,
TO ALASKAN ISLIIMD
Epidemic of Measles Reported
Among Natives of Koriiac
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
"WASllhNfiTON, November !). -(Special,
to The Advertiser) An cpi
domic of measles on Kodiak and
nai; Jslnnds, Alaska, has caused Secretary
of the Interior l.ano to order government
physicians to the stricken district.
Assistant Siijgeon Krullch, of the
jimmc iiuuiwi service, vvuo is on a special
detail with the United States bureau
of education and now at .lunenu, Alaska,
and J)rc. H. W. Schalcben and O.
II. Borr, of the interior department,
win proceeil to llnr islands immediate,'
Secretary tool; this action after
ho had leceived a telegram from Gov
ei nor Strong, of- Alaska, stating that
tho majority of tho inhabitants of the
islands wcro destitute and that the
situation was serious.
There are 100 cases of measles at
Afognak village. Three deaths have
been reported at Knrluk nnd ten
deaths at Dakn.ik.
MAUI RANCHES ARE
PLEASED WITH RAIN
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser.)
WA1I,UKU, November 8. Heavy
rains have brightened the faces and in
creased the smiles of the Maui planters
ami ranencrs. ino rains have been nc
companied by stroug winds, but that
featuie cannot bo objected to much, 418
long us mo waier hows.
On Sunday last tho rain camo in
from tho north and gave 1'aia. Kahu
Jul and Wailuku a good drenching.
Mho ram fell m torrents for a whiloiinil
lasted for some time. Many auto ,..
....-.: 1 ..!.. !.. :.
uiiii jivujiiu in rigs vvcio cauglll
and wet through before they could
reach shelter. Still, even those people
wore a happy .smile, for the rain was
liailly needed m some localities..
Tho upcouutry people watched tho
rain coming in from tho sea nnd hoped
t.iat they would bo"' favore.d with a
shower or two. Many of tho nino
apple ranchers and some others aboV'o
Haiku, report having a good downfall.
i)n tho wholo the rain has dona an nn
meiiso lot of good and the prospects of
a lainy wet "winter" seem bright,
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
STOCKHOLM, November H. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) It was
announced to.lnv Mm! tho
Crown and Princess of Svvodon
will visit tho Panama Pacilic Kxposi
tion in San Fianriseo iu luifl.
Tho couple will also mako n tour of
the United States and are expected to
visit tho Huhrt and Duchess of
tho parents of tho Princess, in
Many Honolulu Readers Havo Heard
It and. Profited Theroliv.
"(lond new travels fast," and tho
thousands of bad back sufTererK In Honolulu
nro glad to learn where relief
intiy be found. Many a lame, weak and
aching hiiek Is bad no more, thanks to
'nans iiucKaciio iviuuey ruis, uur
are tilling tho good iiewri of their
dXlierlen?. vylth this tested remedy.
Here is u examplo worth readingt
B T. White, l'earl City, Oahu, Honolulu,
Jliiwnii, Hiiyi M am ninety-two
years of age, ami I suffered from
ImeJmebe. uud kidney dinst for eight
years, I have ulveu Douu's Baekuche
Kidney Pills a fair trlsl ami have been
u nm, iH'iicuifii nun i riieenuiiv'
recumuiUHd them to other Kidney mif
l "in, -
Ilixm's llnrkucle Kidupv Pillt are
sul'l bv nil drmim ninl nurtdieoiers
t :.'i .( pt Uok (ln udini f8.8Q),
..r . ill Ii.. nxMed uh iMut (ip price
I the II.iIIi.i.t UMM tVL, UlUMlHlu,
! . b'win ! far (It UftuaUiiH U'
IteuieiHlier (he iikoiv, Dean', mid
tkkr no ib.ituii.
(From Monday Advertiser.)
Captain of Detectives McPulne will
lie reinstated this morning without trial
bv tho civil service commission.
This was decided lust night after n
confeienco between Deputy Attorney
Oeneral Smith and Sheriff .larrett. The
action was taken on ndvico of Mr.
Smith who stated that his investiga
tions had not resulted In sullicieut evi
dence to bring before tho commission.
Sergeant Kcllctt is not reinstated.
Bis case, It is said, will undoubtedly
go to u criminal court.
.McDullIc was given tho opportunity
promised him to "explain" the charges
against him. At ten o'clock yesterday
morning lie nnU hia attorney, K. C.
Peters, and tho shernT and thu deputy
attorney general met behind closed
McDullio proceeded to explain. His
explanations, announce the investigators,
completely demolished their ease.
Failed to Suppress Gambling.
Tho ono black cbnrgo against
was his utter and lnmontnblo
inllure to suppress gambling in Honolulu.'
This charge was the lust to bo given
up by the attorney general 's department.
Jt was tho ono which McDuflic
was called upon to answer inoro than
any other in yesterday's conference.
It is 'dropped, nccording to the announcement,
not becauso AlcUuflia prov
ed that lie had not fulled to suppress
gambling, but becauso the into of tho
ovidenco when placed iu the hands of
service commission was looked
upon with deep foreboding.
McDullio yesterday made a pretense
at explaining why gambling ran. There
is nothing new about his explanation.
He made them six months ago when
Sheriff darrctt was being assailed on
every hand for the gambling that Mc
Dullio hadn't suppressed, lie said ho
couldn't get informers, couldn't get in
the games and couldn't get tho support
of the courts.
Yesterday ho nsked Smith for tho
names of tho games that wero running
when ho was in oflicc. Smith named
four. McDullio answered ut once that
they had ' been raided threo or four
These cases were dropped on that
Jt is a fact, claim thosowho havo investigated,
thut hot ono 'of these games
over stopped running when McDulIle
raulcd them, and tho fact sticks out
liko n soro thumb, Just as docs the fact
that when lleputy Sheriff Bose raided
them they shut down ut, once, for Hie
most part and havo not sinco reopened
under Hose's administration. Those
that did not shut douw nftofrtthcflrst
rani were ngaui raiueit witmn tno week
rind then they did shut 'dovvnj
'Other Things Demandinrf Exulanatloas.
It Is diilic'ult Id sum up tho ovidenco
of McDullio 's apparent utter inability
to deal with the. gambling situation.
Sonio of tho incidents of McDullio 's
rule can be 'outlined, however.
They require other explanations.
For instance, McDullio it Is said
would have been asked had tho enso
gono before the commission, why it was
that' when one of his best informers
reported a game alleged to havo becii
run by Alioo. ho told him "Never mind
A hod; go alter tho .Japanese games."
This informer is named Yco Jiang
Suit. Hd made a statement, and backed
it Up emphatically every time it was
relaid before "hiiii( and this statument
is in the hands of tho attorney general
now. in it he said that ho hud been
regularly engaged as a salaried inform
er, that on -four spocific occasions he
had called at .McDullio 's room in the
Hawaiian Hotel after two o'clock in
tho morning anil told tho chief nboxit
Japanese games. Fach time McDuDic
got up, dressed, and raided those games
anil tho ranis wero successtiil. Con
victious were each time secured. This
is hlso a matter' of record.
Then Veo Mitng Snk continues and
states that on threo other occasions he
reported Ahoo's alleged game to Me'
Dunio and nt each tunc McDiinic flatly
reiused to raid that gamo and gave
as His best reason, "I am tired. ' Uii
tip last occasion, McDullio, ho says, told
him to "Never mind Ahoo; go after
,tbo Japanese games. '
i The Ahoo Oamo.
The word "alleged" is used to qualify
"Ahoo's guino" for tho reason that
'nuver onco In' tho administration of
MeDiifllo'dld ho evtr nttemnt' to break
that!. ga'mo nor" did any of his
ever go thero on hi? orders, it is
Tho fact that a gambling gamo was
opetnted there Is tho accepted opinion
of the police. Officers took it upon
themselves lb watch that place and
satisfy themselves. Uno of those
fleers watched Ahoo's placo at least
thirty times In two yenrs on his own
resKinslbility. Tho Icnsl number' of
men lie saw- enter the place was about
twenty; tho most forty, ho says. Ho
Jid not know, of course, that they wero
gambling. But when every Chinese
in town knew tloy wero and had
no hesitation in telling all the ollicers
that they wcro and that they would
never be rallied by tho police, the officers
had no hesitation in treating the
place as a gambling rosoit.
Yee Miing Suk alo repotted In them,
n he did to McDullio, that ho could get
nn informer In tha game, and that ho
hud himself seen it operate with money
on the table. Thin is ncfoiding tn hit
The detective already mentioned also
reported the rwtiilt of hit iilicrvntlon
to Mi'Dullli', MrlluiHo would not tiiUu
Ihe mailer up, It U claimed,
Whfn IIikh look I'lnirge ul the
he frankly nihiUI that H
n gamo was being itjN'iut! Ihffe h
ahiIiI not iop It, It whs so well
Mint olib'tra to ih
4wv uud lhy ml niiwttd in Abuo'
lively tlable uud "cUw.hI ih rug."
The Ahoo (jsilui tulpvd
Ahoo ittllci) vn W tluriir llv
charged tho nllbers with violenco ninl
profanity. He threatened to sue out
!onie sort of court proceedings.
Hut no never did.
This action so impressed the Chinese
gamblers that the following day two
big games Voluntarily shut down.
They have not since been reopened.
wotiung iitKij Explaining This!
But McDullio will havo to continue
Ins explanations by chapters and chapters.
He will have to explain, for
iiitnnce, say those, who have aided lu
Why, (when in personal charge of a
raiding party he secured evidence that
a game was being conducted in tho
store of the Honolulu i'Ced Company on
.-until street, he illil lint rnld It. in
the party wcro himself, Detectives Swa.
den, Olson and Apann and Sergeant
Kcllctt. They crossed the ioef, got into
the attic, hnrcd holes in the floors, and
the nflicort looked nt the game through
them. Apulia, tho gambling expert of
tho stuff, identified the game. Swadeu
and Apan.t saw- money passed across
the table. Kcllctt did not look, and
although the other ollicers insisted tl.at
the ovidenco Was sufficient, the chief
gavo orders to' get out 'without doing
This case was put up to McDudio yesterday
morning. His explanation wns
typical. Ho said that raiding wns a
matter of discretion with him, ns
head of the department, and that
although he did not raid the gamo
then, he did later. '
Tho explanation was accepted. But
it Is a matter of police knowledge that
the gamo continued lo ruiL It went
out, of business with tho rest, "they nay,
when lioso took chnrgc of Iho department.
Maybe McPulTio's "discretion" and
his use of it was tho reason why tho
gamblcis in the celhtr of tho Fook Chin
Wo storo laughed in uproarious mirth
when Detectlvo Swadeu battered down
their doors and placed forty-eight of
them under arrest. They thought tho
raid n joke. They continued to think
it was a juke. They refused to believe
the detectlvo that ho was in dead car- '
nest. They refused to permit themselves
to be searched. It wns not until
the deputy sheriff himself, with tho
second raiding gang, got in there that
they were finally convinced. It took
two raids to thoroughly convince them.
The game has ceased to run.
McDullio says that it was impossiblo
to get Informers.
Maybe some light 'on that can bo
thrown by the following incident:)
Tho sumo dny that Jtoso raided the
Fook Chin Wo gamo the notorious Pork
Shop was also raided. Thero -wore two
informers in the Pork Shop, but when
il came lo a matter of testifying
the court, they quit cold.
. Thoytlsaid that' afraid of
It took two days to convince them
that (hey were safe. When tlicy wero
finally induced to testify it was under
an emphatic guarantee of protection
against MeDufilo given them by tho
This, ns will readily bo seen, requires
But that is not all.
He Can Continue. Explaining This.
McDullio (it has already been noted)
said that ho could not get informers.
These are some specific fuels, jiot just
On August 23 an informer called on
McDuflie and told him that ho could
get into n big game on Smith street
which was then running full blast.
Tho chief incnticnod a pluu to raid
it, but. he didn't do it. Ho put it off.
Ho never raided it. lioso raided it on
his third night iu that office and it has
novcr opened since.
A Korean informer came up from
Weipehu and reported that u gamo was
progressing thero with over ono' hundred
men engaged in piny. 'AfcDiiffio
put it oir. lfu told tho informer to
como ngain next week.
Ho returned on August 23, Ho said
tho game was still iu full blast.
said he would not raid it
ho was "too tired." At eleven
o'clock that night ho went fishing, it
These aro simply sample cases.
The charges against Kollett referring
to the embezzlement of evidence
money havo somo relation to McDuflie.
Kellctt admitted to a reprcentativo
of Tho Advertiser that.. it was customary
to tako "coffee" money out of
evidence money and that ho always
did It with MeDuflio's knowledge. "'
On September 7, for instance, Kollett
took live dollars out of tho evidence
money on the counter, with the
remark, "This does not bolong there."
Ho and McDullio and other ollicers then
got into the machino and rodo to thu
Union (trill, handing tho money
to McDullio on tho way up. It was
spent for supper.
"Ring Around tho Eosy."
CousidcrabV"nreriiiiicht has been
aroused over tho fact that a "chargo"
was placed against McDullio becHiiso
ho had altered and himself woro an
extremely vuluablu diiiinoiiil ring
which io had recovered as stolen
properly. It has been thought funny
that this should bo mado lnto,a chargo
when McDullio to frankly admitted
that it did nut belong to him,
But that wan't tho only ring.
There wns another diamond ring taken
from a .lapiinese live mouths ago worth
about forty or fifty dollar. This ring
vviu "din'overed" In .MeDulllo'ii desk
at the "driuuiitic" opening of II iu
the preneiire of witnewes.
McDulIle is id Hint he hud taken it
(Continued on I'agp night)
P'LLCUW IN TO ,4 OAV3,
I'AZO OINTMHNT It BiwranUed
io wo my faf0 of j,cljn(,t jui,,
Jlhwllni! or Pnoimilinu Pilot In (, 19
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