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Present Dictator of Mexico Reported
Anxious to Quit as
and Will Allow Minister
of Justice Gsristieta to Become
Chief Executive of Republic,
Beginning Early Next Year.
CITY OF MKX1CO, December
S. (Hy Associated 1'ie.ss Cubic)
Aii entirely new situation has
been created in Ibis city by the ,
assertion that Dictator lHterta
has decided to .steji down and out
aw provisional president of Mexico,
earlv in l'.tl4, ami that
I'iiiue Gcristietn, now minister of
justice, will become president in
llucrla, it is reported, will, immediately
upon his abdication,
lake command of the federal army
and proceed with an active campaign
against the icbels, taking
tin Held as soon as the season
Charges Against Americans.
A sensation was started here
yesterday thiough charges made
by the government that Americans
bave been assisting the rebels
in their attacks upon the city of
Tampieo, also that they are cooperating
with tile Constitutionalist
forces operating against
An article inspired by the Huer-ta
government appeared in El
Diitrio, the leading Spanish paper
in this city, warning all foreign
correspondents that they will be
deported as "undesirables," if
"they send out any alarming or
false stories dealing with conditions
at the capital, or in regaid
to the rebellion.
GRIPPE IB BECOMING
FASHIONABLE IN CAPITOL
WAhlllNUTON, Dei ember 2s. (lly
Associated Press Cable) .Secretary
MeAeloo lias followed Hie example of
his chief, President Wilson, ami is laid
up with a severe attack of the grippe.
It Is believed he Mil! be unable to at
tend a cabinet meeting for sometime.
GUILTY OF NEGLIGENCE.
SAX I'ltAXCISl O, December 27.
(lly Associated Press Cable to
That Ilenrv Hnins, first officer
of the sti'iimship President, was
rtlilt.v ot ncglgenco when four peisons
were lost overboard and drowned on
the ni.ht of November 2(1, is the find
mg of the I'nited States steamboat in
tepectors here, after n series of lengthy
hearings, mid the mate's liccuise has
been suspended for eighteen months.
MONTRKAh, Canada, December 27
(lly Associated Press table) 'I he
Hughe llier intake pipe h.is burst,
crippling the water supply and sewer
i) stem of Montreal. Many ollico build
nigs ami two hospitals are uu.ihlc t'i
luriiish r ten in licit to the roiiins.
Nurses, jmtieuts and doctors are bun
died in furs to protect Iheiu from the
severe cold. Three days will be neces
sary, for repairs.
NEW ALTITUDE RECORD.
KA1XT UArilAin.. Prnnee, l)(
tembcr 27. By Assoc mteil Press
Cable) licorire I.egngneux, an nlntor,
set a altitude reiord for mono
lnnew today when he reached a height
of .-0,2!5 feet. He remained in the
air for nn hour and a half. The previous
record was 111,300, held by
: - ...
WAHlllXrtTO.N, December 2S. (lly
Press Cable) Surgeon
'leprge Homy Torney, I, s. A ,
died in this city fast evening im a -e
will or a soveru attack of piieiiiuiiiita.
Tnrney was sixty three o.u
old at the time of his death. He was
a grailntte of Carroll College, Mury
laud, nil! was uppoiutoel nsttUtunt
in the Army in Is'l. He became)
urgoftH BHicral of the Army on .Imiu
iy 1), H'M).
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OAKLAND, CBllfornlii, I).f.ml,r
fllv AMOflKlHd Prow
lloy llclvllls, the lwiollt who inxuped
frmilfmn leBliw pilsoit m lew ilitya
KM liel'l up eltlwu u tbU Sty Usi
nmith M lu HW WXlkliiil kIuiik u
WMty it!, kHil iwllvd him of Id
jjul Nil IrtMittr. wtkiiiK hU wmw ,
(lip tillM UfUNIKNU, MlvMI wu
mti)M ttwiw uf twenty flu .-. ' ""' dv14i wiih Mlnrq iu ine
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.,., ironiod wltk the wumim, vvfcom km
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Mffltt MW IliDl diiiiiki'ii i-
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wm ham At' M n ll vyjii ic
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HAN' I'UAN'ClrHO Occrmlicr 2S.
(lly Awucintfil Press Cable) Tlio nit
mition here, due lo the thousands uf
men out of employment, is a serious
one. Yesterday 1000 men were put to
work upon public itniiruyciiii'iitn ainl
paid for n full day's work for four
boms of n ttml labor.
Tlio mimic ipalitv also fed 11500 men,
emidving tlicin with mcnls free! of
charge. Mayor Itolph and a
mndo n tour of inspection of tlm
temporary shelters belli! creeled for
the homeless In nrious parts of the
city, and nl"0 saw the men fed.
Dcspcrato effort are boing made I
hero by the building trades council ami
affiliated labor unions to Keep up the
i, 'iiunnrd of wages, especially
upon tlio exposition grounds.
Murdsrcr Slashed Woman to
Deathj Then Took Her Child to
Bed with Him to Calm Its Fears
Will Be Sentenced to Death
on Tuesday First Such
in Hilo for Some Years.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
IIII.O, December 20. Por the first
time in about tight ye.irs the death sen in
tence ill be pronounced in the Hilo
circuit court on Tuesday morning. The
(leteiidunt is u 1'ilipino, named riiinpli
cio .lavell.iiin, v. ho wan found guilt.v
last vviok on a elnirge ot runnier in the
lirbt degree. As there is undei the
I an statute only one puiiishinent for
this ull'eiiK', liumcly, that of death,
ludgo Parsons has lo choice, and this
will be the sentence winch will be
The murder was committed in Paauilo
some months ago, and the case contained
much material ol dramatic interest.
The prosecution was in the hands of
Attorney Corren, who mm specially en
gaged bv the comity attorne) ' depart
nient when Deputy County Attorney
Hc.cn was called to Honolulu on account
of tlio sudden illness of his father. Al
though he had onlv a lew days in which
to prepare, Ccurea handled the case
ivith a clisplav ot considerable uhilit).
Attorney who appeared lor the
deleudant, did the best tli.it iolld possibly
he clone '.villi u pr.ic tic.illy hope
less case. Itcnliiiug the weakness ol
the position ol his client, ItiisscI de
cliued to make am defense whatever
directing lis ellurtt mainly, through the
rofs e.Miininatiou, tovviiroH mi attenipl
to get suggested to t lie bunds of the
jurors sumo idea along the lines ot the n
to called "uiiHiitten law."
A Callous Crime.
The extreme atrocity ot the murder
and the callousness displaced by the
murderer altei tlio killing contribute 1
towards the lir.ugiug ol the 'verdict,
which is so rare in tuis jurisdiction
lie jurors know that it means death.
It was shown th.it bimpbiio had been
living with the woman whom he killed
lor nbout three mouths, ami that she
had hit lit in about live days belort
the killing, because he failed to sup
port he . .'lie went to live with lriumls
in the Paauilo pl'tntntion camp. The
murderer n.iinaged, on tlio evening ol
the night ol Ihe tragedy, to get into
the loom adjoining that where the wo
niiiii tlept with her triends, without
their knowing that he was separated
troiu them hv only a partition.
Sunplicio hided his time, watching
i. nd waiting, until about two o'clock
the lollowiug illuming, when every
thing was quiet. Then lie knea'ced to
llio window of the loom where the wo
man tlcjit. Her heel was right li the?
window, iiud H is believed that hi
struck he. a couple ot blows through
the window , lielcire he climbed through
it into tlio loom, where he completed
his crime by literally slicing the iiufurt
unatu woman to pieces.
lu the mean time the other Pilipinos
in the room had been uwukened, and
they Jed in n panic. The woman lied
with them, lint fell to the ground out
side tlio house. Weak as she was from
loss of blood, she managed to creep
under the house, where she remained.
Fondled Her Child.
The murderer went outside and, seeing
Hie motioiiiets llguie ot the woman,
he was satisfied that she wns dead. Ah
he stood there, in the silent night con
templatiiig Ins crime, a baby crawled
out of the door towards him. It wns
the thirteen mouths old child of the woman,
and it wns seeking its mother.
Here happened uu odd bit of
pnrinliixiciilitj. Pilled with pity
for the child, Ihe murderer, whoso hands
werct still diiiii'lii.' with the blood ol
the murdered mother, picked up the
baby mid look it with him to the room
Ahere ho went to upend the ut ot thel
When the olticers found the defend
ant the follow In.' morning, he wu
In a Iwtl hIHi the Inlmil, southing
it. He e pin Iliad thkt M there wmt no
one km iu cure fur it. nttur till Ike
other I'lHplnou hud rtwi, he con hi do
NutltiHg but lew Utter tlm bub) him
III eawdul uuiMMiliun lo I hit I'Mwe
Ai tk iiw k wii briMitbt W lb tttAM
wh.M lut wiw, tk wuwuk uiH 4d
d Wbtv iym ur(tvlly Mill,
ter, mid IW 'cr" kun in li Win
(bt MW UHMl NIMfMl UoMI
TmUii Mimd hI wlMrtkur k k4 In
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CALL TO BE OK
Tin Domocrut'c comitv conim t'i"
Inst evening npjointed n special
nf six to extend to Clovonior
Pinklinm lis olliclal greeting and
come to Hawaii lis its Chief Kxccutivo.
The committee ns named 1h in follows:
Cl.nrlcs llnrron, chairman; llisrlc
Oirdier. (iilbert .1. Waller, .1. A. Dawe-
lane, Joel Kiulcilii ami Willi'tm K.
The committee will rail on the
enior in the Capitol hoitly utter ofght
o'clock on the tiinrnng ol New Yosr's
Day, mid that there ma.v be a proper
appreciative ardicMc present the iol
lowing call was Issued list evening h
All Deinocr'cts arc urgently
to gather in a 1 ody nt the
Cnpitol grounds at eight o'clac'i on
New War's morning lo join in (lov
pi nor Pinkham's reception on lie
half ol the Democratic party.
Kindle report to the committee
in cliare at the Hotel street en
trance, lo the ' apitol (.rounds.
Reaffirm tlio Faith,
lint that there might bo no pol t.cal
frills left uimtteniled to tl.e county com
initlec list evening iciterated its stand
behalf of President Wilson, tlovciuor
Piiikham and Democr.icv in geueial, bv
the passage, with a iiuaii.inous vot", of
the following lesolution:
"Vheieas, th" confirmation of
erunr Piiikham places the Dctnoc ratiij i
ndministratinu in a position to move
torward in making v'-ms foi the
oral advancement of the Toriitorv; tii.d
"Whereas, it is proper that this or i '
gani.ition, the Democratic ( onntyCom
mittee for the Count v of Oaliii, which
curried thpliiunt of the siiecesslul Dem i
ucratie fight in this couiitv at the hist I
election, should Rive a definite oxpros I
won et its attitude, nt tlio same time
calling attention to its creditable prpi
lion in rofruininif, from factional dUcus
sum ainl bickering after the President
had I'jade clear his wislies in connection
with the governorship of Hawaii-
,"Thereloro lio it resolved. Tha we
heicby again pledge cur conlial sup
pott ol tlje De'noirntic rincip!es et
einjdihecl bv the ndminihtrntion of
Prrsnleiit Wilson in its executive poll
lies tint aim to e.liminato special privi
lege Tiicl lecbgiiio the worth ot the
average lining uml edicient
American;'. im) be it
" li'e.solved, Tint wo pledge ourselves
to do our utmost in assisting (joveruo.
Piiikham to establish in the Tir?itnrv
ion, one tint will unite men of nil
dissrs mi work foi the lommon coocl.
and 'has promote the' gencnl welfare
ol nil peo.ile in Hawaii and reflect
credit upon the greit part to
we civ nn niiecinnc.', and
ciisciivcii, nun a lommiiicv oi siv
lie ajipointed from among the ineml ers ,
APPEN0ICIT1S .NO.'RESPEGTER OF 'DOBS
Appendicitis is very properly regard
eel ns a disease that should be confined
to the first families, and it appears
that ties is just as true of dogs as ot
humans. At Iced, iu the twenty-two
months that the dog quarantine station
has been 1 mining in Honolulu, only one
dog has died of appendicitis, mid that
dog was n live hundred dollar pup ol
the bluest blood and longest pedigree, nt
nny ipiadrupeil ever given ollicial shelter
liv the Territory. Ordinnrv dogs
just crawl oil nnd die, but this one
expired and had a poU mortem nil to
v, a I. .!.... C...1 t.! - I'
.veil oiiev iiuei. eicei ens eiw . ,
von llaiuni. has instructed his Icml ad I
vlsei, to take the neccssaiy steps to
make the Territory, through the buiml i
of agriculture nnd forestry, pav the
Ave hunilriM elnllars the clog wns worth I
before lie curled up and passed iivvnv.
Tl.c members of the bnnM, Messrs. (lir
fnrd, von Holt, Wnterhfluse, Idee nnd i
Dnwsctl, lire entienehlng tliettiselves,
uml some interesting ,leve!opn..mt are I
to be exacted. S the qiiaraiitiun
station for clogs has I. ecu in operation
onlv feuir doss lune lelt it for n better
world, nnd of them hied lutliing.
i it. ii ibhijuw '"i"1 ' iimniwpww i : - -.,.-- ..
rippnwn im " wffiSP Wlr" ""HI
HAWAIJnN GAfcKTTE. TflCSDW, Ml I.MMK X. 1'MJ. JS.Ht WT.r.Kl.y
IT! IS HELPING Completing Plans For PinkhamReceptionm SEtTEHGE PRFR
TO FEED HUNGRY Democrats Affirm Confidence In Him mm HAbbtu mmz
FILIPINOS TO JOIN TinJu Robber Confesses Crimes
One Thousand Men Put To Work
THE WELCOME MARCH i OF it ml Tolls Kin Real Name-Will
and Free Meals Given To FOR NEW GOVERNOR
1000 Others. L BE Bo Hanged.
more roninniic in.iu in
peworm. , ,, . . , , ,
When the five-hundred dollar dogs P'"' 'l"rlier, beginning his
Hiiwaii from tho Coiiid, u short vices wit it this paper yesterduy. Mr.
time ago, Mr, von lliimm pointed out Haworth nrrived in Honolulu some
to Dr. V. A, N'organnl, the terretnrlil 'e wcl.s nuo from Austin, Nevada, where
vetcrlnarliin, thin tlnwe were
and properly brought ,,,, clog.,,,,,, pt
to ne HiMt'iuieei ill unyonns iiiiuei wnii
nice Kind of el. in, unit miciiit 1 rlim
miles in IIiiwhII or tin ii round bltlnjt
Nope in siev hydrophobic 1unmm fiom
Kieod iii'inueis llis'lor NnreMHrd cpiil I
licet s-e tliul Hill, l.cmever, hihI lit
urdvrM the dot.le lu the' terrlUefi.l
keHnU, wberi' ll.ey sice
in h hul l, luwuultu piftuf pud,
l .: .TTl "L ""W7'
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! tul id... w Mill uln, I would h
N''"riNt nnd cuHiplt ti bib
! Tfc Mtvm liM4 lu uk m ki
' leeui, un4 ik iUtf4iii mill ikurtwf
w W IH'MUIl'lU. IMK U Will lt
'h1 iu Ik Ouku in lien, ukImh
UMnmr htkktm 1im1h, ui
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1 1 u i e . Itilen n tif I . ultdni It '
, 1 li,bli i t.l I'MItt i i ilci I I i
II, , i c. ,. I . , , ,,
I ii ,ili i.i
liiMt.itiollK Hie M'llt oil
lodii.N ly the Hiitl Socicly n
Iliiiii'ihilu for thi' exercises Hint
will he held in the Odd Fellow
llnll cm Tiirsdiiy niht in honor
of the memory of the nun tyred
Doctor Iiinl, while plnns are
hIso iiintured for a Filipino
reception to (iovernor
1'iiikliiiin on hif. arrival.
.Alaeiirio .Mendo.ii, who has
eliui'He of the eelehration, hits
Hindu elaliouite piepnrntiou for
the iceeption of the society's
Kuests The Hawaiian Hand,
tin ouch the courtesy of Mayor
Fern, has been enquired to play
thiotielioiit the evening.
soli' 't ions will be also tendered
by the Riatil (Jlee Club,
and a quartet from the Koyal
Hawnii.tn Diiiid. Liht
will be served during the
It was h Utc'd by a pioiniliiMlt
inembi r of the "t'ab.'illeros tie
Wial' last nifiht, that
are beinij made by this
society lo join uith the Ad
Club, the Demoer.itie Commit-'
lee mid oilier oranitaiious
tint nie prepariiiK to meet Governor
I'lui.ham, to march in the
parade that will urcet the Governor
when he arrives.
The "Caballcros de Uiznl"
is ti w erct oi'j,'aniation of the
Philippines and its membeiship
in Honolulu numbcib mtiny
Ijazaio Kalamauea and Pin
Aftuirre have been appointed a
I'oniiiiiltee to consult with W.
H. Farrinjitoii regard iu
for the line of
As 'loveinor Piiikham spent
several yeais in the Phi'ippines
many of the Filipinos in the line
of tiiiiiclt will renieiiiliei' him a.s
the man who them to
a ciiyntry where the conditions
life lunch hetler than in their
own. while fhey also wish to
hotmr him as the pet.snual
of Hie President
who i jioiiiK to set them lree.
of this committee to piescnt our
of good will lo (lov emor Pink-hum
end, cnrdiilly ursuro him of our de-see
to "Oopeiate with him in seeming
i omilni and efiic lent crovernmeict nlnlnr
i i,e iianner ol the progressive Denioc
of President Wilson "
vent tin death of one nppeiiiluitislv, tor
Keiy awav the thientc ning legal clouds
which .co now gathering lor the board,
DOYLE BACK AS
1 ' Chcs'er A. Dovle was yesterday re-appointed
uPirinl .lupaiiese interpreter
of the first circuit court by .lodge
Henry 11. Cooper, in place of S. K.
Munmnnn, who has been serving dur
ing Ihe past lonr years or more iu that
jcapacity. Dovle will resume his
c mi unties vviin ino opening oi mo now
ji ji(,i,j ih Miton formerly, but
lls ,,,, ,,aw, of :ll,cii t 'at the
(,io of the big Japanese strike here
,,,.r tn ncei'Vt a position with the
department In connection vith
the work which arose over the settle
meit of the labor trouble.
HAWORTH JOINS THE
I,. W Ilauorth hits beeoine it mem
l(,r , , .pcrtonal stalf of
IIH owns M HBII ('IlllllIKIiril 1II1IIIS1. IIIII
,. o mullhl.,1 h,re; , i,,J w'ns'onco
cjuhmi'i led with the now defunct V. en-
i lug Pullelm, and tor u number of
Vui. Ujor vvhij .'lltnr of the. Hilo 'I rl
Mne He left Hawaii nbout noveii
., i ,. .
av l'M.wiimii, i iutt a
(iiv v.., , , . , w,,, Wlll ,H"',, JJM'
,r, ,f ,er ,. HirhiuoHd, u,hi l" "'".
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OUT IN FORCE
llnal plnns were nnnnunced
by the Ad Club committee in
charge of tlio nrrnugciucnts for the reception
to (Iovernor Pinlihnm next
Tuesday morning, and a notice lias
been officially posted, with tlie addition
that all members of the "white brigade"
nro expected to dine nt the
llntliskcllcr, Young building, at noon, M0
Monday, to "get their orders." Pol-lowing
is the notice:
All members of the Ad Club all
are expected to join in the parade
and reception to Oovcrnor Pink-hum.
Those who hnvo signified their intention
of appearing in white (and
it is not too Into lor others to de
cide) will be nt tlio avy dock nt
U:IS u. in. Tuesday to go aboard
the U. 8. tug Navajo. Tlio
Navajo will circle tlio Honolulan
ami return in time to allow tlio
club to line up on the CJiicon street
Thoi-e members not appearing in
white, will, assemble ontjiiccn street
wharf lit 7:1s u. m. nml mere join
in the paindo to the cnpitol.
Ho on hand.
thi: committhi:. ol
A Governor's Salnte.
After boarding tlio tug, the club
members in vvliito will be carried
around the steamship Honolulan, which
will liavo the Governor on board, and
then return to the wharf, where they
will form m lino to welcome the Governor
when ho comes ashore. The tug
will fire n Governor's salute, nnd another
will bo fired at the Capitol
grounds by a firing squad from the
second recruit company 'of the National
Guard, in command of Lieutenant
Hie line of march from the wharf
to the Capitol is as follows:
On (Jucen street to Kckaulikc, to
King nnd thence to J'ort street, up
Port street to Hotel street, to llishoj),
to King street and then to the Cnpitol,
vvheie the reception will bo held with
Secretary Molt Smith as muster ol
In spite of the word received that
Goer,.ui 1'inklinm depiocntc'B u political
reception, n committee of Democrats
will distribute badges to all
Democrats in the pnrudc rending:
"Democrats Iteception tc Governor
Tlio various Democratic committees
are making preparations to welcome
the (iovernoT in conjunction with the
non-partisan welcome by tlio Ad Club.
. . .,
FIVE SWIMMERS MAY
COME FROM MAINLAND
Art'onling'to word lecelved from th'o
mainland, rix men, five swimmers nnd
Manager Al Coney, will nttend the
swimming meet to bo idled olT at Ala
kca slip during C.iriuvnl Weelt.
The team will probably sail from San
I'ranciseo in the tteairer Iiirliue
3, which will allow the men
plenty of tinre to become necliniatcd
and to become uaed to tlio water.
The nniiiial report of the conttoller
ot the currency states thnt only six
national hanks out of tho total ot over
7000 failed during tlm yeir ending October
31. Tho combined banking flower
of tho United Btntcs in 11113 is
181,000,000, against in
111 P.'. The combined capital and surplus
of al' banks, without exception,
ste.nlilv increased during this period,
the net increase totaling Ir7o0,000,000.
There was n net decrease of ensh
holdings of nil reporting banks of til',
.11,000, the total holdings on .lune t,
lOl.'l, niiioni ,ng to l,Sil10iiU,(l(MI. The
proportion nt caih to iiidiviiliial deposits
in nntiimil banks was (i.:t per cent;
in other commercial 1 auks, 7.1 per
cent; and in other banks inHudlng inn
lunl savings lianks, n.l por cent.
CAM'MI'eT Mlehiguii, Docembec '.S.
flly Assoclateil i're'ss Cable) A special
graiict jury Ins lieeu called here tn
inveMigntt! the) elrounmlnncu
the deiportntiou ol Chnrle Moyer,
president of the Western Pedoriitlon of
Mliieis, 'iiul of t'linrlea Tanner, Its mid-
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I'AJSO OINTMIJKT i Mrultt
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U).s ANnKliiffi, DexvitiiHT
Artuciated Prws Cable) lHiriiliin
tliit his parent were on the way to'
this Mty to tee lilm, the train rnbb.'r
known as John llostwick, Confess 'd
today to llistrict Attorney l'rederlelis
that Ins real iiaino is llalph l'arriss.
Parries stated that he had turned
trniu tobber iu the expectation of sc
curing enough money to start a restau
rant with, and that he made his eon
fession in the hope that it would save
life, lie confetti Hint he got flOO
from Ids ItJchmouil robbery mid secured
from that nt lil Monte, where he
killed a man.
Karri's was arraigned In the superior
court, tried nnd sentenced to be hanged,
within the space of two hours, on
the charge of murder in the first degree.
.Gooding Field Points Out Folly
of Discontinuing Audit at
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.) in
Ill LI), December 2(!. Tlie absurdity ns
disc out-lining tlie detailed audit of
the county books at this time has been
mndo all the plainer by a recent
prepared foi The Adveit.se. by II.
Gooding field, who points out the lolly
beginning tlie new year by nccplmg
any of tlie Lulanccs its sho .n in tlie
books of the county treusiiroi it n i the
county auditor by referenced to irregularities
discovered even since the
rccptest for nn appropriation was
made to the supervisors. That there
are so many things not legtilur, in the
books us to make the prevent posting
of little value is Mr. t leld's conten
every time the county rec
ords are taken up tor examination new
irregulurities are cliscove.ed. The
tor instance, are it few of the
things Mr. 1'ield has uucoveied nt the
past fortnight, while he has a pile ol
questionable documents laid aside for
Wariant No. :t(j;i3, dated December
III, 11)10, for tVS'.IU, v.as issued by the
then auditor, ( . K. Mnguirc, to the
county attorney 's department, and us
signed to the l'irst Hank ol Hilo. No
authorization loi tlie warrant is to be
found iu the; records of the suiei v isors,
but it was endorsed "( . K. Mnguirc,"
and cashed al the bank on .la unary J
I!H1. It was never sent to the county
attorney's department. This fraiulii
lent transaction might lie tlio foieruu
ner of similar operations on the part
of tlie convicted auditor, which the continuation
of the detailed audit alone
A number uf elliptic ntc payments ol
upthoried accounts have been locuted.
Another phase of the slack financial
methods employed ley the county
may be mentioned, us follows:
The undermentioned warrants are a
few of some which have been cii'lieil
by the l'irst Hank ot Hilo, and the
county treasurer had redeemed the
same by his eheiK: the warauts, how
ever, bear no cancellation st'iiup of the
County treasurer, and it was only by
miming elowu each item in all the war
runts camelled eovering n number of
mnutlip, that llit'KU warrants were lo
Date 1'nven Aihount
Sept. !) Hilo Hlectrie Co WI1M0
Sept. Hank of Ifilo... lit!. 10
Sept. ! l'irst Hank of Hilo... IV.'.tiO
Sept. !I0 l'irst Hank of Hilo... i!1!!
(The bocly of tlio warrant calls
lor i.JlO.00; it was paid lor
fept.:i(l Sinn Woo -11.00
Dec. II II. A. foijthworth ... lll.'.'i
Dec 11 Ka Hoku o Hawaii. . .Iiklii)
Tlie eletuiiecl audit ulrn led to the discovery
thnt it great many warrants had
been lecleenied by tlie county treasurer
by Ins clieeit on the I irst Until: ot Illlo
whit It did not hear any endorsement,
i'oi instance, in tho latter part of 101 1.
Wiurniit No. ..01, August 7, to Hie
Hilo Hospital for
Warrant Xo. .'I.o, .September 0, Hilo
Hospital, $4r)0.0o '
Wnrrnnt ,o. (is., Sejptember r0, Hilo
Warrant ,o. 3D, November (I, .1, II.
ltelulicerdt ilsCO i
rcw of Many.
"The foregoing iiregularitles," says
Mr. I'lelel, "are but It very few of the
ii ll it t reins Instnncrs 'ivealeil li.v the de
tniled niidit. Hveri opiorttiuitv hits
been taken to bring pboiit ccuiI'uhIoii in
the iiicoiintlnK mnthrHls of the County
of Hawaii nnd it IsmhiIv by taking
cm. h item ns a unit and tracing it
tlnoujli the mii turn roc ords, nnd com-paring
it with supporting papers and
the uutlinil'ieltmi of the bourel of
Ibut tho dlueovorv nf Irregular
trHiniHetoii let certain, The amount
of elutn itlroNdy collecltid will huvo it
inarked bearing on the b lames which
mm li eur nn Ihe books of both the
coiiniv uml tor nnd connty Ireu.urer.
" I'nle.s line eluluilml Hildlt is cum
tlliiiw! la the 'el Ml Ihe present tlnrul
Di'ieii'bcr .11 HIHI-It will lie
Hlouril III inc. ii utte'lupl lu ree'UUe'lle
tu liuuies us Ikev ro l prouml lutMed.
H Illi tb true liuluieceie wlilrk (koala
form Ike trllu itaint for pmr
m tk cwiuneui enieml of tk torsi
ycsi or Juiiuor) I, IVU "
i a aitM iiifiivnr
Then' i no ciuucr )liiiiter fiwn
luck imt I lunl mImmi i-Jilie(( (row
ti ...t . 1 u L-i J .uulrliir ,m filt
ji miund mbfo llo
itulut u pittHinllir OMdiwI. 1 1 f mi
tthtttrpitf M thMuuvu. i
(trl'lid sui i. it ii
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i i. i. i iii e't ' I Mm iks no p.lfe I
Charles Moycr, Hpad of the West-cm
Federation, Who Was Dc
portsd By Committee of Calumet,
Michigan, Citizens, Reaches
Chicago With Severe Gunshot
Wound In His Body and Cough-
' ing Blood.
CHICAGO, December Js. Hv Aso
eiatcel Press Cable) Charles Moyer
president of the Western 1 ederationsif
Miners, who wns deported from lain
met, Michigan, 1 riday night, bv a cum
mittee of citirciis, is under treatment
here suffering fiom n severe gunshot
wound and last night wns toughing up
blood. His condition is serious
The wound is u deep one, the Indict
ranging downward from the left shorn
eler into tho body, and physicians last
night staled that it is liable to prove
dangerous wound, although Mover is
no immediate danger nml is resting
easily as could be expected
Tlie deportation of Mover nnd ot
Charles Tanner, auditor of the West
em I'eilerntion, followed the assertion
of Moyer that the disaster ot inlumet,
when seventy men, women uml
children weie killed in a panic caused
by u cry ot lire at a federation enter
taiumeut, wns clue to n member of the
citizens' alliance crying "lire, unci
advising against the nccoptanco of the
The committee in cliurge of the funds
for lclief of the families of the ileal
and injured, called upon Mover lo ic
.tract this storv, unci upon Ins retasnig
to do so a scuttle eiisueel. ilnrrng v. hull
it is claimed by Moyer that he was shot
lie and Tanner were then taken to the
railway station mid put aboard a tram
Moyer asseits that iee .President
James McXaiighton, of the i nluiiu t
and Hecla Mining (ompuny, said to
him at tlie station:
"Get out, lorever. If ton returii
we'll hang you."
Word has been received here from
Mr. McNnughtoti deiiving Unit he was
at the station or spoke to Mover
The shooting of Movci has e l :t
sensation among the labor unions of tho
Alleged ' 'PcrniciousI Folitics of
Republican Office Holders Said
to Be Reason for District Attorney
By Ernest O. Walker.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser i
WAMIIINHTUN, Deeeniber 1.1 t
torney Oeueriil Mclloy nobis is having
Ins (roiilles with Jtepiiblican distro t
attorney y, and Hint accounts for the
frequency with which the heads of
those worthies are falling into the olh
cial basket). Peeling under little ol b
gntioi, to the new ndmiiiistention and
knowing that at best thev ceutiot 1 old
on long, iiiniiv of these are not
over scru;uilcuic in loy.cllv lo the new
iu the elepartnient of iiisteo
lust how- fur thee Kcpuhlicnu chs
tiitt attorneys nre responsil le for soni"
eef tho reinnrhnlilo stones vvhuli get
ii to print nuiv bo a cpiotioo line
ever, strange reports live constacillv
coming out of tlio West. A rec nt otic
W'es troiu where the I illicit
K'att" wns credited with sav
ing theie would be no further proM'co
tion of vvliito slavers, except in niter
nnt'onal e ises. This w ih deniecl lev an
thority at the depaitiuent. Assistant
Attoruev lleueiul Wl'luuii Wallace gae
out a statement that there line been no
orderi' whatever against proecutiug
vvliito slave cases, and malte.s (
in Hint regard jest where thev vvic
under Attomey (leneisil Vicl.ers.1oiiu
l!ul befeiin nil tlds could take ln"
vigilant 'oimlors had noted the re'iot
from f fit lie nml had introduced r. .
bltintis eallms' upon the eloptirtmo t of
iustice to stato whether said repTls
As n matter of fact the Department
of .Iustice is having mj, little trouble
with tho Mnnn White Slave law Moro
than nun c use of hlrechmnil under its
provisions have boon brought to olllceal
attention. relight sympathy thee Do
partmiiit may have with a man who
gets into the toils under such comb
tinus, but Itt the same time there n
nversoii to allowing the law unci tlio
courts to bo used by unscrupulous worn
en of tho underworld for cxtortioiinto
purposes. Many loiillictlng report!
have in on circulated nbout the attitude
uf Attorney fleuerol Mcltcy nobis to
ward the enforcement of the luw Tho
plain truth in Hint every such nie
brought lerfore u ITiiltud Mutes Dls
tilst Attorney tuivwhere Is very car'
fully uimlyfced. If the fin ts and i ir
.iinisUeH.es MMin In warrant pw. i
lion, Hits dUtrlct uttiiriiey is del. I. I M
Attorney llMcernl We lie vnc.l I "i 1
to troiihle Mouths Ulo tln.'.'.'b n I
liulilictu dUtrlcl uttoniBj, .li.hn I M
Nub in Kortheru t'ulll'ori.in, be . .
tie euseo M n '1
M rowovoil The view nt III D
itrtni.Hl - (hut kit Nul In. I ,
eiul uf kl v le 1 llll.illc" ll.. al'
uivy uitunri.l Id' I 1. uke p. OH 1 I ' '
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