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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY. V 1914. SEMI-WEEKLY.
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FoBgressmaft Campbell, of Kansas,
Favore Temporary Suspension
of Monro Dortrine and General
Movement of Powers to Bring.
Peace to Revolution-Ridden
Southern Republic. -
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riTTSDURO, Kansas, January
8. .((By Associnted I'fess Cable)
-Congressman Campbell of tbis
district,' in an address before a
Urge crowd here last night, de
voted his remarks mainly to the
situation in Mexico and strongly
miggeated that '.' the ; manner in
which peace can' be restored in
Shatrortbled country is by, an
igreement by the United Slates to
jhe temporary uuHpension of the
Monroe Doctrine and a movement
by all the Towers in concert on
Mexico, occupation to continue
until peace' is effectively restored
in that country. -; ; '
He pointed out that the land
forces of the United States need
considerable, strengthening to be
more effective, adding that upon
his return to Washington he will
recommend to the; congressional
rojnmittee that provision be made
for an immediaffi appropriation-of
three million dollars to be expend
ed in 'equipping tho regular army
vith fi'ld guns and a similar
amount to equip the militia with
similar weapons. ; ,
' He' aaid that the troops of both
the regular army and the militia
are not now prepared to take the
field in a long campaign. There
are neither enough guns or enough
ammunition at the command of the
present forces event he said, . to
give' the commanding general any
assurance of success in the .event
that a campaign was undertaken.
He suggested that the regular
mobile, forces of the country be
divided into five divisions, three.
of infantry and two "of crivalry,
with an aggregate war strength of
fieventy-five thousand officers and
menl ' The ' equipping of these
forces with field guns, would, lie
said, require fifty-four batteries."
IIERMOSILL0, Mexico, Janu
ary 8. '' (By Associated lre8
Cable)- Cleneral Carranza yeste.r
day announced the rejecting f an
utter of the ervKes of four thou
and Cossacks to aid him in his
fight agaitmt Huerta in Mexico,
The Cossacks, it is stated are sea
soned veterans and arrangements
had been made to have them trans
ported from Russia probably as
immigrants, arms and equipment
to be furnished them when they
ould rmH to Carranta for ser
yic.:. . !:5; ; 'v;.,
The offer -was made by a Cana
dian promoter. :. ,
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Ilexicaju Jraninent in Affairs of
" I.Ieiico Accompanied Bpecial
' Ehyby u Pass Christian.
tlTtf OFldEXlCO, Jsnory 8. (By
Associated Pre Oable)--rt 1 vdlic4
yeterday,v according to reports, that
K-Iastiaa t'amacho, member of ike
Conservative lty during thn admin-lot-ration
Of President Piaa, and Attor
ney Wredoek, an attorney rvjiresentiug
the Cathotie 4nr-ti. accompanied Hmt-
cial Envoy Lind from Vera Crux on hi
secret minion to President Wilson at
J am Cbiwtia. ' 1
Thew two emissaries, it la believed,
went to aid I.iinl iu laying before Prosi
dit Wilxon re.rt of tho conditions
now existing 1u .yexic.o. ..- .'
Governor i'iukham had better look
out!. If ho undertake! to mean what
he saya ami decline to allow the Porno
em tie territorial committee to select
bin officials for bioi ha Is going to pet
in bad with Johnny Wlbwn, Mister
iiyan wad Keawehaku, to y nothing
of what M. V. Pacheco, Htephen Omnph
or, Kahorepnna and a few others may
be forced to do. '
AU these and a few other (fathered
In the office of Aloha-Aina lattt niKkt
and yot out their war bonneta. They
derided; howover, to give the Oovernor
one more I'hunee, and prepared an ul
timntntn. It i-irrrUw th -endorsemont
of fulmar Wila for aeeretarv of the
Territory ami U h. Met'andleea for
reilciit uf the board of health. If
the ii'imir will name them nieti,,Fi
wuy will be one of rtmea; If he deeline,
be Hill wiHh bia boil back for the aake
of th comfort he will get out -of it. :
The meeting lent uiKht waa a private
one, but the aereuity af . making all
point elear to M inter Ryan removed
the bar of aeerery and exneryon in the
Kukui atreet da nee boll listened to the
drliberatioiia. , ":
The Oovernor will reeetve bia ihstrjte
tioua from th territorial committee, to
day. : ., . .;
idle m - now
List tf Unemployed in San Fran
cisco Grows While Relief
Plans Are Under Way.' .
SAX FRAXClHn), Janwnry 8. (Ry
As)o'lated Preee Cable) ITp to laat
night more thrm ffty-fight hnndred
rrruenn, many of them women, had rejf
iatered ax tieing'ont of employment and
Keeking work 4n San rneiea, J1 '
'Station have lieen eKlaldinhed in dif
(ervnt aeetiona of the eity, while the
woR of minim a rTcT'iptUa Teller
fund of fifty thonannrl'doHars haa beea
ia trOjrre.' , ' ' ! x ' ' ' ; ' --v
' Temporary relief ia being given thoee
Who opplv, and"" noon na the fMief
eortimittee now at work eoinjdetea Iti
jilann work on pnMic tmprovwnont and
tbi -park ' boiilevartl will offered
those Who have rngmtercd. . : ' .
Additional Thousands Added . to
. Ranks of Locked Out Railroad .
Men in South Africa. '
:! W 1.1 Mil :' V
OH A N X ?' T U ' RO, Sooth- Afrfea,
January l.(P.y AnaoriateiV prea '
Me Additional ' Yhoimanila ' ! will " ke
added to the nki of. the fitriking rail
road men' today, the result of an order
iiiiied br the Council of the federation
rff Trailea of South AfHi-a 1nt tii(ht in
ehrtrng a general fctrik. v.,.'
Th walkotlt, H Vdeelared, la Intend
ed A atr aid to theSiirtT-,v Ihmiaand
rtnnloyea of th Hoiith ' Aflrbn Ktate
RHllway, who jnit Work-Monday there
milt of the' Tarrying out of a rolicy Of
retTonrhmt-nt on rho tart of the eom
pviny and the discharging of aereral m
jflcyvea. ;' " - j '.' " ' '
'J The action of the : federated trade
last night meana the aerlnml eripplinft
oT 'nil line' of trade in Hoith Afriea.
There fa no Indication of the' railroad
conceding- any mf the demands of the
railroad emplovea. ' , . ' 1 'V ' '"
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HAN FRAKClStt); January 8. (By
Aamciated !res enable J -i-t waa ol
looked upon as an nnconmion practise
the. Official of the Weatem "Fuel
(omtany to diatribubB gift- to it pa
tron and friend, according to ' wit
nesse who testified in the tria of 6ffi
ciahl tf the Vompany who are oa trial
her la the fed em 1 -co art fof Violation
oi th federal laws.' - ' '...,..-,;.
'it wa bronght' ont during the bear
in('yestrd.r that from nntil !91S
the Weafern Wcl ' Company xeirnlarlt
donated' eda! to "(revernmcnt e'mdoyea,
anionir ota"ni. ' . " ' ' . ' "
PUGS FACE TEIAt
, AXXJELES, .'Jnnuairy t-ffy
Associated Trea Cabled Jea Willard.
Ptomoier Tom Carey and Tiarlie' Eyton,
reTiwe,' were arraigned today 'on
emirgo of ' volat'm sf the California ia
agaiaat rria-1ghtmg. ' TTio trfcul la
outgrowth' 'of b denlh of "BollV
onfiK, wriio wa recently, killed la a
8ght with WillaM. .' ' , ..
BIRMINGHAM, EiiKland, January 7.
(fly Associated I'reaa Cble) Joaeph
Chamberlain,' one ; of ' Great lirit-
aia a leading atateemen and parliamen
tarians, today announced hi retire-
ment from public life. He has served
In parliament for thrrty-aeven 'years,
been absent for three, year on account
01 ill-health and silent for eight.
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A ehee for 2fi0 in full settlemout
of tack rent claimed by the Territory
from tho I'ejieeikeo Sugar 'ominy of
the Island of Hawaii was received yes
lefdar by 'Attorney ilt'neral Thayer.
The .Territory originally made demand
for 3000, tint the matter Wna recently
compromised with tu result given here.
Pome year ago it waa lenrue.! that
the leie'keo Hugar ('ompouy md been
cultivating seventy-two acres of lund
of Kahua II, in the tliHtric of Honth
Hilo, winch did not belong to the com
pany, although It cluimed it in fee
simple. In the suit which followed over
tnc ownership of tho tract the Terri
tory wna declared the owner of the
land by the-decision rendered 1iy the
supreme court, on leeember S, 1910, and
which a found in volume 19 of the
supreme runrt reports. "
Just how much of this tract' the com
pany hud iecu eultivittfriig and for hov
long was a matter of dUite,'and )
cause of tins doulH tha Territory agreed
to eontpromiao with the above remilt.
It was cluimed that the comnanv in
cultivating the land really thought it
belonged to it. When demand was llret
made for back rents tho company is
said to have demurml to paying the
rental, but came through finally when
mil was mreaieneti.
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WABIHNOTOX, January 8. (By Aa
oriated Prew VMe) Ilecause of hi
excellent recoid in the. field during the
Ratiish-Ameri)an War, Mnj James
Hughe of the First Cavalry had his
sentence commuted to a loss of fifty
rnuniliers by l'residcnt Wiljtun yesterday.
Major Jlnglics haI ibeen found guilty
ny a enurt-meMaJ of intoxication on
thirteen count and ordered dismissed,
(leniency wa recommended.
Mis Mabel Dn Jarlsia ha been ap
iiointfld temiiorarily aa assistant stenog
rpher in the otlice of the 1'nited Htate
district attorney. Mis Alice Claud of
Nashville, Tennessee, may come out to
Honolulu to take the post aud I ex
peitd to urrive ,with J, W. Thomwon,
who 1 slated o succeed Assistant Via
trict Attorney . C. liittiug.
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The new rule of the fourth circuit
court, presided over bv Judge Charles
F. 1'ursons, of iiilo, HuwuU, were ap
proved by the supremo court oa Tues
day. The' new rnles are thirty-three in
number niid comply with the provisions
of the law passed in 1911, ..
D H CF DflEEOIl
-IHTERDS TO EKFOCGE
STATE AriTl-ViCE Ul'l
8AlM, ftregtm, XaaaarV 8.--(By
Associated prs Cabla) OoremoT
0wal Wwt showed hi farhr de
termination Of enforcing Wi antl
vlca law In Oregon jratrda by
warning tha district attorney W
Baker rooatf that IM ia aaqaacted to
in ht ty. Oerweaor Weet Mated
thst in ah event-thtt district
attorney falls t4 tarry Pr-Vf-tOM
of tha lair,' know ' th
Nulaaae Aet,1 tch al' Witi
house of ll'.-repoW, hat;"atepa will
at once t tdkett o ' ptosetita him
rot noglee. af -ertif!' ?-r .
'Tha tiffidalt iof Oopfsrtiola ttfnnty
W.ie hava been cj!ie m&t to 'resign
for alhsfd Tstinra t a 1htr Muty
In th nferewfeh th'iX hare
refnrtd to ttMplf With im Vainest.
Btepg flf arobaWy 1 UkWU pro
ce4 ataiha tlrtni lotrat:1 ' " '1 "
Tha new law, harin; tor ft pur
pose ttt- artvia;' 'o Vfc1 from
Oregon, fisa Jnrt gonS lift a effect,
and its enforcement f ateewng witn
pporlo th h ttmbe" tolr ':' place
tht)nit1ieifthBt!t." ' ..
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James B. McCs ndless Accepts
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Chairmanship of Elorw' Pa-
v.'-iti.t' t 1 1 rl . . '.
fade Auto Convmitteo. . ;
5' Ji.ii'j C'iiUuiU- .
(From Thomday Advettler)
Snnbv JiUtcCB.Vtesa',lBsi night
accepted Ue chairmanhi'p"'ot a!'cbmmlt
lee oa auVimobite Wtt'oa' of the' llorul
raradW'hnil'at one' IjiWuitsSM 't get
orpn of Hveiy ahnt.' making
tho npfoitent( at Sr ttrtrog ot the
IToTt prail romnmtee nM wt nigai
at the Yotmg HvAMJ' tWraetor" Oeneral
Ioiigherty Vaid that the rVrmmi tree had
the fcaMest rk trT'-riy Vtfmmittee to
the ntir retnVrt. J )s'Tmarkd
that, Vith the large SsnmbW f auto
here, ft 'HomMnld nW 1 out'S
nuniiaea 41W la the parade h ought
to tjuit the parade Wnin." u 1
Thr statement ei-pewrpyi t aiartie
moot of the 'commMtee, ad thefe wa
mneh Slottbt ' pressed. Kict'abdle,
after cone persnaslon agreed to tackle
the committee if he hart irrr help.
In a few minutes he had, . from those
present,-W.' A.-Wall, r'." V.. ffCere, Le
let Petrie; Professor William. Ilryan,
A. fL. OnrrtV, JV. ahd totg 4).'tiuild,
ail of them Volcrntrerirfg to tfck up the
Work'. The emWrtrte-win h farther
enlarged, ha a tmbcoMmlttee of the gen
eral floral Varade mmiUe. MV-Caml-leaa
ptopoieM1 Ts"te' 'h'aV women on
thla cttrnmrrUavV-" H
' ' 'iiCaBy Volnlatra.''
Another Ward vtaW''wVa"aiertakea
by Charts B: fzl ka VhiUSian tot
the imbcomimttipe-'aa floatajbh h fn
d antorhtcW. v- fee;. agala, ' 4n
spite of remark- bot Ww Mngh the
lob wai -toing to lb, tncir ere 'volun
teer for-thft. Werk. artd ' rtier has
With him Kavmtmd 1 fll-own-. A.' Rich
Iby, Normah B-OdgOj ty. f . Artustrong
ant f:l TOW.. ' '";
"). A. Wvea aa tlaced In charge
of the serttoa 1Vf tlipino, being also
a- vnlnnfeef for the1 Work. Aa a result
Of hi time jnt In" the Philippine
fHevea i "acsnaiated with the
Kiiiplftoa who haVe come here, many of
them having been aent by him when he
Was agent for the Planters' Association.
" Manuel Petera, (Jeorgo Yamada aid
Charles tiilliland were named for th
subcommittee on bicycles, Ed Tows
and O. llrerbarh for the school section,
ana rom Bnam lor a committee on en
trie by the fraternal orgaaicationa.
E. V. Todd will look after motorcycle
and A. u. Adams th eawboy section.
Professor Ilryan suggested a section
of antos representing the varloas stat,
aud the idea wa approved. "There
are about fifty states now," he aaiid,
"ami each one should have some aOrt
of aa entry."
Better Caf Scrrlc Planned.
C. 0. Halleutyne, manager- of- the1
Rapid Transit Conmaay, waa adcred to
the general coinmiltee,'1 and will be
much consulted as to Sapid Transit
work during the day of the parade. A
better adjustment of the company 'a
scnerttiles to the need 01 the parade
waa auggestvd than haa beeA had in th
pat, aud Mr. Towae eud that b
thought Oallentyue waa anciou to get
into closer touch and make natisraet
tory arrangements. -
IMreetor Ueneral Dougherty retained
toe chairmanship of the general Jrade
comniittee, and will tsrobably work
through the eubcomaiittee instead of
appointing a geueral floral parade roarr
man as haa been dene n the past.
Residents of WaVkiki wilf aon l
able to cook with gas, They have been
seeking for a toAg time to get the Ho
isolnlu' Qaa Company to run it main
to tho beach, but the need of a federal
permit t cross the - reservation haa
earned some delay. . " " . .
' This permit haa bow been secured,
aiid . yesterday, it wa announced ty
Manager tot range that work will, com
menee at once for extending the rv
ice to all resident en the famous beach.
The main will run down on KaUkaua
avenue, with coiuiectious on, the aid
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"Kauai people are not turning Demo.
erats quite aa faet h Houolulaus aoera
to ,le,'' declared Bpresetative Jaek
H. 'oiey, who arrived from the- Gar
tte Inland yesterday. '
"A Bother thing Kauai ia aW doing
wen in i onions, and the next crop
will he a real tamper. Charlie Ric i
also raising hi lamed-monster pump
kins, another eop Karrsl it quite prond
or. concludes tlie, veteran Kanl Ke
publican war horse and olitician.
THE OHILDEXN' OOLD& ; ,
: Watch the children's colds and cure
them before they weaken the vitality.
Use Chamberlain' Cough Remedy free
ly. H I perfectly afe. ) has been,
tested by chemist and pronounced" Fre
from injurious substances and eost but
a trifle. For sale by all dealer, Denton
Smith 4 Co. agent for Hawaii.'
Hawaii Cwervir?)r from Kau At-
( . .fi-H ' ll t-.l i
tempp 0 paiK fro be PP-
f ( By Kahikrf XVirele ) '
llllib' Jsnoory 1. (diiecial 4o The
Advertiser) OjK'nly claiming that th
member of the Hawaii Probe Commis
sion wcr themselVe t rafters and that
it would be nusafe to trnst to them any
further dmponal tif roulity funds, Su
pervisor Kauhaue of Kan yesterday ite
hminced the resOlntipn to appropriate
three thousand dollars of county fund
for the completion of the audit of the
county accoant to the end of 1913 and
refused to reconsider his vote in the
matter. Kanhane concluded hi roast
of the members of tha commission by
roasting the press of Honolulu and Of
Hilo for It criticism of tho four super
visors who voted against the appropria
tion. . . . .
Kauhana a speech was the climax of
a warm session of the board of super
visor held today, the Vote on tho reso
lution to include the three thousand
dollar item in the regular appropria
tion going over nntil , tomorrow. A
arge number of Ililoitea attended the
meeting and displayed n keen lutereat
In the proceedings. "
Henry U.- Vieara and Harry H, Mar
iner, ajieAking as member of the Hilo,
board of trade, told . the supervisors
that they favored having the audit
completed up to the. beginning of the
present year, tut ' spoke ' against the
commission and- against the plan of al
lowing the further work to be don un
der th direction of the commissioner.
John A. rVott urged the supervisors
to remember that the last shred, of the
good name of the County of Hawaii
Was At stake and asked that the request
of the rommission for Enough funds to
complete their investigation be ' com
plied with. : . n , '.. ! ,
Believed That Claim of Dying
Man Will Be of tto Value 1
,.' iq Welsh Case. v
' Prom Tharsday Advertiser).
Whether the statement made br the
late J. J. Medeiro to Deputy Hheriff
Roe on -hia- fleath-bed wherein ' it 'is
stated that he received the monev to
leave Honolulu from Mrs. William
Welsh, will be used against the woman
when her enae cornea to trial, is not
known.. Rose stated yesterday Hrat
when he railed on Medeiros at the eity
ana county Hospital that he waa partial
ly delirioua but gradually recoenlzed
the deputy and thon told the' (tory a
lowaai ten np to hi trouble and the
part Mrs. Welsh took in helping him
to escape. Rose tooa no statement from
Medeiro aa he had no idea of the seri
ousness of the, loan's illness at the time.
conaiderable.epace was given to tnit
ease by the mainland papers and the
can rrancuco Examiner of December
28 has th following: .. ,.. .'..;.
Died OhriEtmaa Kornlug.
"With the denth on -Christinaa jnorn
ing of Jose J. Medeiro at the cltv and
county hospital in San Francisco th
air of mystery nrronnding'hi relations
with lrs. WiHiam U Welsh of Hono
lulu ha beeora a bit more emrhanaed
and there i now innch speculation as to
the final outcome of the case of perjury
being pressed against Mrs. Welsh by
tfte Hawaiian authorities. Meileiro Wa
arrested the arrival of. the steamer
Mirliae ia this port on December 6, at
the request of the attorney general of
' The aaarge mentioned in the request
for extradition was embezzlement, but
it waa ' pnbliely stated that Medeiros
waa wanted as an important witben in
tint cam again . Mrs. Welah. Pro
vroualy the woman had testified in a
civil uit that the had never received
any money from Medeiro.
'(Die tif fteart Troubl.
"A few' hour before -Medoiro died
Thursday he - told . Deputy, Bberiff
Lharles - H. Rose of Honolulu, who
earn aere after Medolroe, - that . Mrs
Welsh had given hint money oa whl.'h
to flee'frora Honolulu. Thi statemeiit
for a while caused Koae to believe that
Medeiros had determined to dia rather
than return to Honolulu to testify in
tae jierjury case. r t
'At an autppey '. held yeterday,
bowtver, it waa. otticially " annouiiced
that tha matt, died of heart, trouble,
from whh-h he had been suffering sirrce
bis arrival here. Hheriff Rose had in
tended to start back to Honolulu with
hi priaoner on the Steamer Honolulan
Deeember 3, but Medeiros waa too HI
to travel. Tha signing of his requeht
for extradition wa the first oflicial act
performed by Governor Piukham
aud waa done' while the Governor was
In 3an 'raacivco awaiting the eailiug
or a liouolulu-bound steamer.
'; . . Writes Pathetic Kota."
"New wa received from Honolulu
yesterday that the day of .hi llight
from Honolulu Medeiro addressed
pathetic note to hi wife in which he
expressed regret that he had to leave
her and their nine children In almost
destitute circumstances. ' He also' re
uuested her to take good care of
bundle of notea bearing date through
1911, )912 and 1913, floverlug paymeut
made by him to Mrs. Wtelsb of 32o0.
"Medelrga wrote his wife that lie
waa coming here to gut work and hoped
to be on his feet Boon, when ho would
end her money. According t . the
statemeut ' of Medeiros' wife, Mr
Welea told him ah wa soon to re
ceive, legacy of $18,(M)0 and would
repay him in full tne nioney he gave
her,' with 'interest. Mra. Welsh 1 said
to be an Oakland wouiaii aud the rnse
threntened several time to Involve
well-known people of Honohiln, home
of whom have been in Van Francisco
ince Medeiros'. arrival .here.'
" Deputy Sheriff Rose cabled the
Honolulu, authorities yesterday of the
death of Modoiros and. that he would
start homo Decenilier SO. Medeiro
wa an employe- of the , McTJuegnoy
Plautatioa ani Exporting Company."
Villa Seizes American - as His Bride
As impetuous m- loVe a in.,waf,; tiwwl,-. nnmcisco Villa,
leader of the Mcxinah rebela in the jaorth, hail a.Torrcon store ,
mirronnded and Jhe caHhier, a beautiful Ameripan girl, wan"
We'd tff becowchi wjfe.' lle Hvfm TO1 imrmrT Wn-6ilng wo- '.
man and iilie'apiiear to accept her piwitin in a nmtter-of-fact
way. ' ' : V':.'. X- ' T. ' ' :"
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President Wilson Ending Vacation
in Preparing Views on Big Bnsf-
ness Legislation Ho Wants from
nt . .... ," .
, r i- at
- PASS CHRISTIAN, January 8.
(By Associated Press Cabt)-L-
W ith the holiday recces Of eoa.
r pre Hearing aa end.' President t
Wilson ia closing hi brief vacai
tion her in preparing message
for tho lawmaker. He bv'gMr the w
most important, yesterday.. It -1
that on anti-trust legislation. The
tenor of the proposed message ia
not known, but it Is fcellevfd that
it will be completed 'and ready to
submit Jo eongress when it eon-
vene next Monday. ' . '
Unscrambling of Qood Work Lit-
tended for Honolulu by Legis. '
lature Seems Under Way.
(From. Thurrday Advertiaer). . ,
it ' back to the wilds, up 4n t"t
tnd a generhl anscHYubling Of tlvil
service cmamission business, apparently.
. There waa no' meeting of the eomnji-
Holtrpn,,who looked' to tho comiuiasion
tion last night to hear the appeal to
that body of Detective Mendow and
to irorrect their allewd wrongful dis
charge' bVSberinT Jarfett.' ! , .,
' Upon, the list of available to ap;oint
ment to resnotmible office ' there . are
eighty-four name of citizen who bav
passed the trivil service examinations
.with the idea of putting-themselves in
Una for merited place or position.' With
ao tivil service commissi oa in worKIng
existence it would appear that all theae,
who have worked hard to qualify them
selves for position of - public trust,
have wasted their etrorts.
Sheriff Jnrrett said laet night thit n
long as he felt sure that the mayot'
would make hew appolutment and keep
the commission alive, bo would continue
to loofc to tire list on the tivll service
roll for his 'recruits 1n position, lie
aid that he au made two appoint
ments since the firt of the year from
the eiell er'tc liat luif ltit iTiinte.i
thai if the mayor did not soon appoint
new elvil service commissioner, Fin
would feel nt liberty to ignore the pre
ferred list of those who had taken ex
aminations and select men. whom he
considered fit Wherever , he could 'find
them. ' ..',.
: Hheriff Jarrett believes .Mayor Fern
will fill the. vacant place on the torn
mission at an early date, he. said. ' la'
mahimj njipwintrnfiitu, the sherlfT aaya,
he will trtill give the list the prefer
ence.. ' tlowever, he also jstalea that it
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uynrw uaa mi iHinry m TBse iiio
airiatroiis er tne rommiselon iu making
hie appointments. They usually aetit
him over recommendation in bundles
of three. . Honietime be wonld rejwt
nil rift me submitted and call for more,
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ANOTHER CASE FOR
. Divorce cane No. 8036" wa given the
honor Of being the Brat inscribed in the
divorce "regisler of Oticf Tderk llenry
Smith' 'effiea of (He' ai's'clreul't eourt
for the year 19H; in this cise Kamii
kaejkawai, male, seeks to obtain a df
vorce from Kaaihue Kanakaokawal,
female and hia wife, on the ground of
the commission by tho latter of an al
iened statutory offense, one Bum Khlua
being mentioned In the eas. ,- ,
The Kauakaofeawais were married In
Honolulu , on May 12, 1910, but the
hbrt for divorce fail to state by whom.
There ore two daughter to tha eoudo,
Kaiihnne, three year of ago, aud Ekela,
lightly over a year old.
The second divorce suit filed thi
year wa that registered yesterday in
tl offiee of the ehiof clerk of the rir
euit court, in Which Kom Kim I,in
sue Chow Ki for a disruption of their
marital bonds. ' :
: PILES CURtO UN TO 14 PAYS.
.PAZO. OINTMENT la guaranteed
to cure any case t Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding piles irt 6 to
1 4 J or money refunded.-' Made b
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SefteralTransco Vflljii and Amer.
f lean Woman Whom ' He Has
Taken aa Bridei: r ..
Liquor Inspector Jennell - Breaks
Up 'Thrjxing Bcoi'a Business
': ''"bf Japanese Cook. ' .
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' Nak'ashima, a cook employed at the
Marconi Wireless station at Kokd Had,
combined business .with . philantbrophy
wnen ne tried to assuage tn thirst of
the workeyi in (that, Isolated community
by laying in a supply of iiqnid tefrweh
tueatti tvd which wra sold at the nomi
nal price oft onty-flve eonts th bot
tle, aecordlng to icenae inspector Fen
noil. ''' "i ",:".?''" '
'. FenneU Makoa Oaptux. j ' '
. Yesterday at one-thirty o'clock Fen1
noil, accompanied by a special police
Officer, .drove out t the Marconi camp
and the officer, according to Fennell,
went, up to tho ook hou, which is in
clinrve of Xkankima and purchased a
bottle of beet.. When Fennell was sat
isfied that enough ttvidcnve Wai ahown
to prove that tho law had been Violated,
he placed Nakasliima under arrest. "
firch of the premise netted the of
ficer, sixty-seven bottle of beer, four
demijohns of sake and a demijohn of
Wihe. . ,. , . ..: .- ; ,. .?
Nakafdiiiua was tnkAti 4n tha nnliitA
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stotion wnoro lie was released wter on
1(H) Imi I, He will explain hi ideaaThL '
philaiithropby .to Judge Monsarrut thisfneiay Haa Beea Danierous la Honolulu.
; Mrs. Hyland Freed. '.',
'. Mrs. 1. Y, Hyland, who was arrested
last Biwiday on a chorgo of assault with
a deadly weupou, hud her ruse dismissed
this morning by Judge Monsbrrat. 8he
wa re arrested by the jiolice authorities
on a cliurge of mulicions injury. The
womun will oppenr, for trial oa this
cnarge on .luniiarv .v.' ; s .i,
AiVording . to., tho police (Iked bor-
rowou a imrno ami a mule from Ac hi
yama lust-Angnst and when the oaror
tuuity presented itself, ikeda old the
live tool upon which he realized tlie
sum or U(I it i cluimed.
CHANCE HEREf OR
, ; ' ; ISLAND BOTTLERS
' WASllilNaTON, iWember 27. Mme.
federico 'Alfouso, I'exot; wife of ' tlw
Peruvian 'minister, ia soumthiag in the
way of i diplomat ,herelt, tihe now
has the .distinctive. ,f . 4ivig -caosed
Becrury ,pf Htalejisyan t forsake bia
belovej grape jniee tinnla. bhe rilueed
a spark liug drink of. juneapple juice and
enrbolmted, water,,, ii front of the secre.
tary at,, djiiaiu-. ri vn by her.- The
beverag, looked Jikp., rhaiiipagne and
spark led. with th niucst. He drank
it, and Raised approvingly at the empty
glass, if waa. Wis fiist-time he had
broken bia. ironclad . rule to' stick to
iruipe ju,be a drink n any and all
oectislons since he' entered otllciul life
in WaehiuMton. ,..' t, i
Soiuty i aoxioue.U uncertain wheth
er Heiyetury .rvij -hui put: aside hi
' FORGES FBflfil
TO FIGHT FOR
Beneral Balazar with Bant) of One
Thousand Federal Volwsteeri.
Leaves City to Be First to Strike
in ight" Against Oenwal Villa, .
Enemy Whom He Is Fledged to
Give no Quarter. , ;
TKESIDIO, Texas, January 8.
(Hy .Anaociated Prean Cable);
SkirmiHhing between the outposts
of tlie oppoaing Federal and rebel
forces began hfe yeaterday Vfter-'
noon, preliminary,' it i believed,
to whut proin'wes to be one of the '
most ntubbornly contested battles
yet fought in Northern Mexico.
Ojinuga is the prize soughi by tha , .
rebels, but"behind it lies a MexU
can feud between conteirding gen
erals which both have claimed can
be wiped out only by th death ot
one or the other of them.
General Kalazar is; commanding,
the Federal forces whil General.
Francisco (Pancho) Villa is at the
hefld of 'the rebel forces, Ow lin
ing his troops before the city in
preparation for battle,
Salaznr evidenced his determina
tion of not waiting for attack yes
terday, but called for volunteers, ,
and at the heud of a force of one
thousand Federals, pledged to fol- ;
low him to the death, he left Oji- ,
nnga to meet Villa.
'"With the desultory shooting be
tween the tmtpOHta becoming more
frequent. it is believed that .the
long expected decisive battle will
soon begin. ' ' : '
Some of the Federal forcea are
apparently demoralized, as was in
dicated yesterday with the deser
tion of General Mancilla of the
Federals. lie made his way across
the Rio Grande, but was captured
by the border patrol of American
troops' t)n" the Texas side 'of the
Une: General Mancilla; if the gov
ernment policy is carried out. will
be held until the end of hostilities
in Mexico.''.:,' v '.''-' r".
DUSKY BELLE8 EAGER ,
TO MARRY WHITE MEN
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8AN PHAXtHSCO, December 26.
Sturdy ,younj men who would be eon
tent to spend a life, of ndolent' ease
are offered an 0portunity to become
the husbands of rich, dusky belles of
the Kaster Island group in the Mouth
Meai, according to a story bronffht to
tbia port yesterday by Captain Bourge-
son of the schoouer Auuie M. Camp
bell, from I'apeete.
Before the vescel aailed from Papeete
an-envoy from the yoonfr women ar
rived from the Kaster Islands, . who
begged th'-erew to return with, him
to become the husbands of the lonely
lassies. Wi 'thousand head of cattle
and ' 2n,O()0 aheeo- belonging to the
women roam the inlands.
' Captain Houryeson sailed immediately
after tho arrival of the onvov, hi haste
being prompted by tbedeaira of his
sailor to take advantage of tha matri
Kaster Island is tne place where the
crew of ' the Wrecked aohooisar tl tn
railo (ought refuge aeveral month ajfo.
Most of - tliee nre rcjiorted to have
qaalifled a husband.
Do the ritfit thing at the right time.
Act tjnickly ia time of danger,
In' time of kidney danger, Doan'a
Backache Kidney Pill are most af
fective.: ' f -
' Plonty ofrevideno of their worth..
' Mrs. H, Halverson, 1535 anta Crua
St., Hau I'edro, Cal., uy: 'I waa both-
red for quite a while br kidney trou
ble Mod pain iu my , back. Doon'
liackache Kidney PHI gv m th
quickest-relief 1 had ever found from
any toicdicino. ' W keep Doan'a Back
ache Kidney Pjlla on hand all the timo.
If I begin to hav pais in my back or
my krduoy ehoW sign of being dis-:
orxlorrdv i at one tak them. They
oon't heek the attaidi My kittle ou '
was severely af dieted with kidney trou
liKv. - He waa swollen from hi head to
his feet. 'He had sever pains in hi
back, and hi kidney were weak and
disordered. The doctor aid the treable
was bordering on Kright'a diseasa. W
began ivitig hint Dona's Backache Kid
Vy I'ill and they cured hira. That
happened when he wa ix year old,
and fin co ho ha been cured there haa
been no sign of trouble. One other in
our family ha tised Doan'a Backach
Kidney Pill with good beireJlt." , . '
' Dnan ' Buekach Kidney ' Pills are
rold by all druggists and storekeeper
at 60 cents per box (six boxes tt.SU),
or Will be mailed on receipt of price
by tho'IIolliilter Irug Co., Iloooltilu,
wholesale agMiit for th Hawaiian Is-land.-
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' liemember the name, DoanV,' and
tVkotio aubitltut. '
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