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Bade-to ithe-Church ' Movenjent
Participated in by All Denomfc
nation in 'Windy ' City Brings
Five Hundred Ttotisaittl Out U
Renew Acquaintance with Pews
' ,, irAppcal j Weeta '.Hearty Ee-
- eponse. t . .
''''CrtlCAUO, February 8. -(Associated
Trer by Feiblrnl Wireless) Five bum
drc.l tbomaiid persons attended church
in Cfaienvo vesterday. the result of
fcity-wide campaign, waiih ban been. lit
progress her for this.', past soveral
weeKS by the dittercnt churches. .
. "Back-to the-Church Movement,' It
lina kidH tiiinnil l'artnnil n nil 'fulfill a
appeals have been n:ada asking thos
wbc havo (flven ud thought , to ' th
thiirrH or religion to make it point
to attend services in come ehurc in
thbago. ' Yesterday was tho day se
lected for the response ami it wm ta
ken up, witb a hearty will, according
to trie report cnt in. from tho differ-
A half , million attendance if looked
upon a a conservative estimate of the
number ol peraoua who renewed their
aequaintaaeo with the church pewa, of
Chicago yesterday. ' ,
All denominations participated in the
demonst-nUmi and "the milliliter last
Hi hi reported a remarkable increase
in the number, of. their congregations
at th services yesterday,
Labors Under Hallucination That
" Ha 1 DisTracod bv Beiny Lock-
ed Up in Jury Boom and Cuts
' Throat, v, ',
" RT." LOtffc, Fdbruary, 2.-Assoel(-ated
Press fry Federal Wircles-) Bur
dened y the ballueination that he had
been disgraced as tho result of 'being
"l m1t a .1 nn In llllf HUm T .n 11 ! TCmiiTI
one of the jurors engaged in the hear
inn ' burglary case, attempted to
..tit li Ihmkt wUL A itAnlrnt Vnif lntit
. night. , '.,',.- .'. . ' .....
The attempt at suicide, . was made
' durina an effort on , the part . of . the
jury to arrive at . a , verdict, Sraua
had been acting strangely and protest
ed st the action" of the court in order
- ins: the inrr locked up' until Monday
morning or such time as a decision was
reached.. : : '' ; ..'.
A phynlcian was hastily summoned
tq dr' liiBiin' woumL Aa order was
isud by th judge . parmittintiM.the
physician to attenil.the wounded man
and to atav.with mm whil bis services
were needed. Tho would-be suicide was
then ordered confined with his fellow
juror until they bad reached an agree-
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, TOKIO, February 8, (Ansociated
Press ty Feileral Wirelera) The pub
Jit prosecutor, together with the naval
. commission, yesterday began an official
.investigation of the charges of naval
eorruptiou against ' members of tho
Jaiiwues navy, , .' . ' ' :
The inquiry is started as the result
of disclosures made by , the formor env
. ploye of A foreign thi-luilding com
lay, in which it is charged Japanese
naval tilflwra received commissions for
Javorlng this firm in .the awarding of
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vvursbips. ... .'
lajzsuux, feuruary z. (Associated
j'ress ,by IVloral Wireless) Aroused
Jniloa. declared that there is no truth
in th allegations ', that suffragette
: bav been subjected to torture wbUa
eing iorcibiy fed by the prison author
ities, iniirunts reptuttedly interrupted
(he consecration services ' being . con-
ductejl, by him here yesterday. It was
fluullyfouud neocssary to remove tb
j disturbers before, the .services could
procfHsdv. ,( . . ; ', .t .
TWENTY-BOUND DBAW. '
, SAN '.FUAKCISOO, January 31.
'( Associated Press by Federal Wire-less)--Krankie
Jiurns and Gilbert Ual
- lant of Boston fouiht a fast and clev
or twenty-round battle here last night.
The bout was declared a draw. ',
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. BOSTOV, Jan. J7. Knox trophies
MOivmiiVH V i"M' u.ir. . v - ...... .
Vaud state trrii nd seamen foi effici
ency in gunnery, were' awarded toflny.
I ue prizes are ill wemury in veni
. ry Knox of revolutionary fame, and
are ' to' be. given annually, j Two' tro
uhies, were, awarded to i'oinpaoies CH
and Hi of the l.'nitod fitates Coast
Artillery', fur -excellence in iliwtar ir
' FI-YM'MJTH, Eiiiiland,. Ftbru
ary 2.(Associated i'mmi by Fed
eral Wireless) t aptain LoreuU,
bis first oflieer anl seventeen mem
bers of the crew of the Oermnn
bark Hera porished when their
vessel (.trunk a rock And sank dur
ing a stnvni yesterday. The wreck
hxipncd ulmoHt at the til l of. tho
vessel's Voyage. ...
Thn brk rapblly filled' ami Bank
baforo the cllicers or crew collld
g(-t awny in the. lilebonts. Five
nienibirs of tho crew succeeded i
Th Hero was 1 tniml from Chile
with a rargu, coimigTii'il to Kal-
tight tor Regional Banks -
. Beeins at San Francisco
Secretaries' McAdoo OJid HQustoja
Arrive ta IIr Claims or Cities
, ,S trivia, to, Sjcttfo' .'Regional
Banks' ' titiX&bo Annonnc'ea
' That ' Williaimi Will Becorao
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- CowBtrolleif of-the Currency
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' HAN ' FBANMH Of.- V-nW
(As-'ociafe j i'ress by Federal. vVireii..)
ygyn(mHiijf'Aioo1,j secretary of the
treasury aw!n after, bis. arrival- bore
yent"rdsy,. announced thnt (John, Skel
ton Wi'llami,' whsev nOininntlon WAS
confirmed .by the senate last'weck, will
take .opine tomorrow: as com; troller 6f
the currency.. C harles Hamlin, who
a!itant secrefary of currency will site
ted him n' asVmtnpt recrctary of fie
treisv.rp- fenj. iU have .cbwgo. cf the
Ureal Lurf iu. .' . ' . (.,
Secretary McAdoo, accou.psnied by
eeiietary Honarott of tho depnrtmcjit
of agriciill lire,' arrived, jicre yesterJAyi
to hoIJ, b'ckrlnita relative to.llio loca
tion of regional, bank in the Western
district. ,.,lir. provide? andnr tha 'Cur
rency, L.nw. Seforjl Wadcrn cities' ar
striving for recognition...- ' .' -
t .t.;(k!n(r.,i! tho- office .cf eemp
ttollur nf thb currency by Williams W'H j
mark the on(T of ' fight jTRin-'t his
solecyioh Which statcl whou I'lesidcut
Wilson rout hm nomination to the sen
ate about three woek ago.. Tbe Ight
against Willjamj v.s made in the sen
ate 'commit fee on. bHpklng and ' cur
rency on tha ground , that hehbld"
personal grudge ngaiat certain larro
bnnking Interesta nnd laoke s, and had
ironorlont 'of his' way to show it. It
was nr't-d that be would not be impar
tial aa comptroller, and should not be
confirmed fjor a position which would
make him an ex-oflle'di momtor of the
federal reserve lioard. ' -.
His rrcent action as assistant sec ro
tary hf tmj freasnry, in relntion to the
ahiw-ptlon of th United Hlates Trust
Company ''Washington by tho fuiit
ov Trust ('ompatiy,rw:is cited ngnlns
him. Iu this hn 'Was UiMUHeJ of m
duly favoring 'aTr)'WnnKey because bis
brother,' A. Jjancastcr Vt'ilUnms, is a
Munsemploye.',,t Y - ; .
On tho' other hand,' Williams' friends
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Curry's .Remarks Are Treated Li ghtly
- 1 'roinini'it Japanenn in Honolulu arp
disponed td ' treat the ' scathing ' dq'
ronmemput of tbeir race o tho floor
of Ibo ,'hom.B of v reprove ntatives 'by
CongrcyaivUufs'liiarloavFi. Curry gf Cali
fornia lightly. They attribute the mof
tiv. for this dtjndiinieiiiefit to bo aoth
ing biore' or less t$an petty jolitics and
buncombe.; 1 ' ' , , ' ,"
1 In sj iluUit'e on the floor of the house
PptprUay Curry bitterly denounced the
Ja'paiicstf" as 'a j-nce. ' . Tho house had
auder consideration . at the time' the
HMrneft'.IuindgraUon.' It'rll. '. AecordlnR
to AsKOciated 1'ress advices reecive'd
here, the 'debftte bad, been miming for
some fiit-O: when Congressman Cur7
got the floor, r He stated, among othr
thiag'friHt 'the Japanese wore a rat
Of peoplo with loose morals and nover
would be able to assimilate with the
white tac'ei''-. .; i
' Congressmai f Curry represents . a
northern district,.-where -most -of the
trouble arose over the fapanese on.
tni7 Inmt tn California, f'nrrv has ben
in- inl;1u'S iri' the Onliicn Ktne prsctl-j
Edict by Carrana Makes' Cotmtsr-
f eiter of .Thoie Hariiig It--V.ioar
Alleged Plotters Jailed. .
OnkrAinJA;.' Mexico, FeVrnhr'y 2.'
(Associated IrLsii l.y Fcdajal . Wire
less) Another Jrastlc step of tlio Car
raqzn I Coii,itiJt!itiQn1iJ.i(tt' goyof nment in
Northern Mexico was ta'ien. yesterday
with tho issuing ,of a proclamatioii de
clariiiy. thtt al e u.rroncy laaiu'd. 'by the
Bank . of Wonor'n, the Banke Minero
mid, other 'finaucinl instil itii'iis estab
lished under the Uiaa ryijimp will be
treated as c6wiitT,eit money. '
,iTI't riot only. .makes the p.u,tor . noi
negotiable, tint. sifcject ; per an lis who
are round wrth it in thoir jiOHsession
to arrest, 'njld '.inTjrls'onriioiJt. The pen
alty f6r cbuiiteifeUi ng" or having eun-
terfuit uioiey. ig powtjssioa j a- Jpug
term of imprisonment. It is estiiuutod
that this aciipii, staLlished by oflie'al
docree,1 wie9,''sev'eral' hiillion pesus out
of existence and. litipoveriKkes many
whoso', sarvings coiulstcf of 'this Mir-reBcyV,-"'"."-'-1
CITY 'OF 'MEXICO,- futiiary 2, - i -
(Assocratd.jlVcss by Federal Wir'o
srnsj Agent o tho war department
yesterday mairo , four more ur.risU ' oi'
persnus alleged to be luipiiratvd In the
alleged plot to overthrow tho Huerta
government.' Noike of, tho four arrest
ed is widely kliowj. jvTuey are being
held lncomniuulVado,":.. ' . ';
Thi people here regard; th news of
the plot with . resrvi. ;v The ovideiwco
ttirhished by the secret servlco agoutis
is noji .'generally crodited In soitib ' quur
ijfi best coytHt vaimevm.'
' CJiemboiiaii'. 's Ouwh Remedy Is the
Inrgfit selling fonglr medicine In tha
world today because it .does-. exactly
what n cough nicdulnr is supposed to
ibi. it tiiff coughs and eoldi speeaiiy - nm hot a pessimist on the snbjdet, con
and rtrifctually.. . For sale by nil dealers, e ditions are known to be delicate. in 'the
Benson, tiuuth & Civ agents fur Hawaii. l'aeili tibt. now..-.'
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it aWaI t AN TnA7F-TTE,' TUESDAY':,'
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Secretary William MeAdoo of treasury
' dejwrtnionk (iiper) and rtocretary
:.' Houston of the department 'of agrl''
culture, who have xoached r'nn Fraix
- rinco to determine upnn location vr'
regional banks nndvr Currency lnw.
maiotained that aa. comptroller o.f tha
tutrertcy be wnbl rT'prnen the .srtiall:
or. interests na against the larger. ,;..
Say. Local Japanese
tally oil his life, and rva elected to
(ongresH last November by a slim ms
jorlty in three-cornered 6ght. ' .1
The Jnpaneso question i a pet hobby
with politicians hi . Calif ocnia ' and
Curry bus evidently itahen this Torpor
tuuity to. strengthen his fences fur the
next clriion,, say local-Japanesot ' . -
, "J don't think the Japanese here or
in Japan will pay nidch attention 'to
this ontl urs of Coiifrretsmaii-C'urryj"
said Kditnr Hhflba of The Hawaii Phiw
po, yeHterda'r, " W must espoct these
sort of hinga frem politicinns in
California. Tb Jopaficsu here alt know
ht an intense feeling thero'is thm-e'
agnuiHt our peopla 'flivo the' polili
rial's rope enough and they will bang
tbcirtKclves, as they say in Aiuarica.
i e will not tnlo thia matter im at the
riht Hiihliind fxople ninong tho Japa-
ni'ro trout Sucn ns the thin vaponngs
of Helf-seuking politicians'. This is sun
ply buncombe of Congressman Curry to
be used itrpbably '.at. the "out oloctinu.
1ti!i fueling 'in 'California will finally
die out. Tho Japhnrfan. simply by lrav-
rug these mutters alone nnc nor show-
ing any Tosetitmrnt will' bring this eon
Pri.Te to Winner of Air' Flight
Around tht Olobs Awyrds
to Tdta! '$300,000...'
- fi:W VOttK, Kcbrnary S..-- Assb
ciatsd Press by Federal,. Wireless)
The Aero Club of '.AmVrica, VhrpnRh.itH
preyldeiit,' auiiouncCJ yesterday, its in
tention of cooperating in tli0 plns for
an acrppliiue -rane -around thi World
to lie started from the Panuma-Faciflc
iJKpneition ground at Buu Franiisso
in .Mayj 'li)li, mill U be completed at
the eiimo plarc within "ninety., cloys
rVoiu'.tbn date of 'tertia;. '. ,.'.. "
.-.Tho irnt prfxo will lie KlO.'fKMI,, Ar
rangoir.unta for the race aro ; already
well umi"r way, tho evetif being or.
vniiixed. jointly bv tha rniiuina l'ai'il
-Exposition and tba' I'ueific Aero C'luU
at tfhn, Fruiii iwo. - An effort is to bo
madu'to provide- for the dlstiihutiou
of prkes to tho amount of $300,000
lUuoiig tho conteatants. :. .', -: ,y .
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I WABHINOTOX, January 11. lin
liortanrrt nf ououinir Alaska's enul sun-
- jdy tu the Kavy was emphasised in the
(unato today whim Keuator Chamber
loin resumed hia arguuuuU .fur the bill
.which .would providu for the construc
tion and operation by the government
of a railroad in tho groat northwestern
territory.. " ; 'y. 't ' ' V' I' "." "i
' Hcnator Chamberlaia assernd that if
an American flfie( should be gatberei
In the . North 1'uy-iu.o it Would, require
enough Coal that could bo siijiplieii
from .the Alnskau fields to mom. than
.justify tho building of the proposed
. " Vhf would an American fleet be
doing tliarot1' asked Hoiiator. .Weeks. .,
. ",Why, every senator knows .that tho
Vhrtt way to tlje fhilippinea or Jn-
I n in tnrougti llie liecnig Hi-n, ", the
tlregon senator replied, "and while-I
PEI1RUARY3, ioi4." SEM f
Kilo Baf A8ociatiin)O0S lift Be
lief irf Political Appointments
1, o th Bench and in"Lettf to
.; ie;poyernpr, Rctolnda 'Hinr of
'.J.&e.'posiU Takn by Prsdenl
-Wikon.' ; ;
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. Uarr. Trwirt, randi.(ntq ,for the posi
tion of circuit Judge at Jlilo. to succen.t
Judge rrsoh's, ,ekino 14 Hwilulu yos
lerday from the Crescent C-ity f Inter-,
view tovino l'it.khaw in re.'ar l to
bis chnniisv c-carlng with him. the en-dnrfi-rueut
aS tho lU'e .Bar Asfooifltion,
which at a meotinvt oa Wednesday aft-v
erniMia went ui recotd 5 fnvorinir (Mr.
Irwin in the event that Judge Parsons
h)uld not leiioappaltitcd. Mr lrwiu
is the nminimous-second choice.
The boat that broupht ALr. Irwia to
Honolul brought. Jr, Oinon j the let
ters adilrvrsod to tho (lovernor, tho offl
Cinl eYdlolemcnt;. tho ibar association
coitiiutitiieation saying: , '.
ijlleii. U'TFipihntn,'':'--'-' "',;
. "yoverror of .Hawaii, .',r,v ,
-. 'VHir:--a rofcre to tho rosolutioa
heretofore pnol, a copy of whiih was
aent. to yon,, by thia- avsocintijn and
your reply, eonrornlnr the- asms, I have
been instructed by tho assocsatin"'t
a meeting hell c his date to advise
a follows:, ',!' v -.'
-."l lio resolution In i question wvs
passwl solely with th Idea that worthy
incuniltcnts ef publio oHco shnibl not
, roiiiovoil purely for political reason
-ou,ilea announced by President-Wil-
nqn.tmd otio carried out lv film in sev
eral ius'.ances of nolo. The resolution
was not directed towards any. partien
!ar liicumbvnt,. )ut Was, as you will
iietice, a. Kvneral iadprmimoiit of. mem
ters of (he judiciaxv who have by their
pirlijin j,ei'prilsi,.ad privnt eonduot
khownjiheniaclyos to bo ntial'fled in
everysjespect.'to oeupji. tlio. positions
wliich thoy bold,
. - r ..V7ell Qualifled. - ; " , i
ff.tiidin Charles F. Farrotvs, tho pres-
out incumlicrft ' bf t'io bench of the
f-oorth tlrnrit, -hnlr boerT 'ln office for
nine venrs aud lias demonstrated Ir his
eohtiact nrt re(cTi that ho is in every
rnrpect qiTnliflWl' foi the- position, and
has 'th- cflntitlonce' pf the entire.com
numlty, .rctyurYtle' of ' nartii-anahip or
''This nsWiriation takes plessur in
roeommendinir the Rood work done by
Jadg I'ersouH, Hmf heartily endorses
him to rnecmi hiiUHflf -
' "If, howeVcr. you deem it 4est thnt
change shopld , be made and is to bn
made in the wrsoiinol of the bench in
question, this.' association finds that
there I within the circuit other avail
able material .for, the judgeship, ami
therefore,' wf trtke cqunl pleasure in as
heartily rtcoinln'cndliig Mr. Hurry Irwin
of llilo as a successor to Judge rarsont
irt "Bse the cliango above referred t
is 'dei'ideJ u;0(i. ,Wf. Irwin is in every
way-qnanfled for the place- and would
en a worthy successor to JuUgo Far.
sons. .' . . .,
j Still Btrong for Parsons.
.A-'repoit of tho roeotiny of tho as-
sor-iat on , at wrych ,ttie atove wtaB
adopted sbbwa that the members are
Htll,l strong for Judge Parsons and op
posed to-changes in the. judiciary on
pblitlcal frrounds slono. Tlie resolution
was presented to . the . association by
Clmiiliiis McBrifle, who sa:d, after read
mjr it: ,
.."uurs .a a non-partisan and a non
pxHitiesi lissovmtion. '. l ersonally," 1 am
n HiuttlKu, b'lt; rogardless of" party.
I lelieve that, an laeuinbcnt who bus
shown b'UfeJi woKhy should bo frap
pOHII(l. ... i , . . ,
, v."Jmlt! Parson ha an enrlnblo rec.
ord, snd nothing (nr Iheysaid against
ma omeiai or private eonturc, i l would
like very inueli to ee Judgo Arsons
rVa pool ii tod, but if the Oovernor -has
uecuiiMi to rnako- a change It la' cor
tainl.v .wipiifl, tW. province of tills, as
sociation . to . nmlui recominendutious.
.' . . Prefoni Home Talent. ' '
-:f'l Wonld crrto-inly mnclj rather sco
mr. jrwin app-intoi than an outsidor.
i , ic-uricie niod. that the Irwin on
dorsompst was the secondary one, th
i arsons einjorneirent remsintng that of
fiM snprwirt. .The. position of tho as
sociation remained' a dignified one." '
W H-Smith said that McKrrda bad
state, . very 'well what the objects
the letter wero. Jin felt vcrv strongly
tuat judu-iul n positions should not. 'bn;
at least :iio( to a! .consjilorable extenti
subjiu t t party. ahungos. v Tlw work tf
Iudgee. was-ilnrgel removed frqm th
(it.l.Uof prditlis. aiid one who bad hoi
dudiciid oflic with erodit shoubl lie al
lowed to continue to hold it a long
a pirciinistnnceii permitted..
Mr, Wmith thought tho formor" res6
lytion iKed '.ty ' tho association b
been misinterpretedi though' prcbul ly
more by. jwoplii outside than within the
QrgaiiiKu.tio.iii It Juid in-nn thought to
fe an exprenslon.of .peliticnl and part
ann opinion. U .seemed, also, from (he
repiy ln,reto, Ironi governor I'liikban!
Mint iho (lvrnor hud received it in
pint which wm diirerent from that
in wbich i., had been sent. If the taf
asspfiafion waa to jtnd for anvthm
at all, It should stand for principles
irr.eapei'tive of individuals aud of pol
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SAX FRANCWIX). February ,8,
, ( AsHM'iiiind I 'ross by Federal Vl'eVs
Maury liggs, former State architoct,
e bur gm with a i rimlual offense against
a young girL surrendered to. tho polic
bore ' last, nights . The : warrant for
IHggs.' nrrmt was Ji-sued Friday, tiggs
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iliiin of the "White Htave Iaw and l
under summit , lis ease baa been a p-
poaled. ' .'f'; wart, '
Minister :of Coruinertai OJhclally
. Anncunce's That land of Nip-
' ' pd Will B Eeprcscnted at Big
ExjipsitiDrtl al an JTra&cn'sco.in
lSlB $3O0,0Q? Appropriation
.. Will Eo Used. . .' - . . '
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TOICJO, February p. (4 ssex'lated'
Press by Federal VireKns)'-Tho "ia-
vt0rtf tcoisiriesie (flfieisrly aonounced
yesterday that .Japan - will' participate
in tho Panama Pacific Exposition at
Jyn KT(Dcljco,.to be'hplil .in 191S. iA
committee in the (Ju't, ill ression lant
May) favorably reported on an appro-
inatioBif s(IO,mi. t defray the ex
irnscs ot the proposed oxhihlt ,Hooo
iter want th discussion ot tb antv
lien lnml law of California threatened
to result in' Jspan withdrawing Its; ap
propriation and not sating rt Jn the
exposition. . , f, . , ,v .
In view of thtso events la Califor
nia Japnnes. participataon Vm atteer-
tain ' and more dsflnit action n tho
part of Jnimn wss awaitod .by . ihose
wbo kve been working for aft exhibit
It .is believed that the anuounceipsnt
by tho minister ef commerce yesterday
will now result Jn the worn of.prcpar-
ng .for an. elaborate exhibit - at nan
Francisco . boiilg.4ke -up without
firUiet-,dclay,.T p.n.r.h iV.. fcawrx
Quitter' OvcrBbUl1 of- Bo;nare
F&cd Sends SitUor to Hospital
. -.and Assailant to TaiL
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Angcrod uqrause Kailiuji, , sailor
roin. tue steamer Mikaaaia '. did siot
pay i for a sanaro- facu ' of . wine, as
promptly as ho should, Manuel Lop
stauled him in the aUuonicn last aiht
at .nine-thirty o'clock- iniUeting;
wound that way. provo.'atul, ( KsUinli
In th Uueen'a Hospital. and l.onx
u knlit- .or, uvcatigatiout the 'police
station I'ending tha. outcome of fcsjli-
ii u. - injuries. , The an ray occurred at
the-notoriouat t'auip-13, ott.cVineyaxd
llrM't, ' . i-r. ' -lU'i '
Uilieer ifiiremore,. erhoiiad tha ar-
rcht last arch Vt a ted thai acccrdiufl
o'a number of witnesses Lopca runs a
blind pig af Camp 2s'o. Two. Several
Hawaiians we so in a small shack drink
ins Inst evening, and. wrr being fur-
nit lied the liquor by .Lopez, ; say the
police. KaUiuli ordered a. square face
or wma for whaiio. waa.to pay sov
enty-ave cents. . .
, . Woupds Two Mon.
Th diottUi .waa. pojisod . among , the
crowd and ipoa got apxioiis.aa to the
payment tor la.... Ho Askod' Kailiuli for
the money aud was told to wait a mo
nient and he would-be paid. Angered
at tho reply,-it is stated that lxiper
whipped aut kaifo. and slashed Ka
iliuli across: tho abdomen. ' He dashed
from tho rwom cutting anothor. Hawaf
iun on. the shoulder as ho -was; leaving
Whoa Hiacmore arrived at the camp
an .excited crowd of. Hawaiian iuid
Porto- Uicana wet th odieer and many
conflicting stories wur told aa t iwt
tuo ailray really started. truKemore-en
ally unraveled, the .tangle and located
Lour failing iA aa ad.ruiulngjiouea and
pinceu nun unuur ariest.'-
At the- police station eiiopes denied
anil knowledge of thariaRau and pre-
tended that he wss exceedingly drunk
Lopex dl(J Offender.
Acrordisff to LidenM Inspector Fen
noil, Louoa. is aa old- offender In, the
blind pig game." lie was arrested sev
eral m out lis ago for selling liquor an
was convicted ou -th charge in the
police court. He took an appeal to the
circuit court Where the ease 1 now
cnnell claim that Lots' a la a .dung.
eroua character ana baa a- murderous
lisiiosition. In a recent raid on Iopez
premises at l-aiup JVo, 1 Tso Jtonnell
states . that Ixipea attempted to atab
one of the Hawaiian present witb.
pnjr.pf .heavy aUar. , ;.',i :.
HILO MEBCHANtSi ibzr'
JUli), January. o. That the nier
chants' asswdaiioa at Hilo will become
an-actual fact was. decided last JuC
day, when a meeting; of , retail mer
(haiits met to diSi'Uss whether it would
po advisable to launta .aucu an orga.n
aation.: U. ii. . vicars, ts. r. Dubois
and P. C. Beamer were appolntod
co.jiniittco to draft a constitution' an
by laws, which .are. to be subedited at
a meeting to be held soon. - i
. Those-who are taking the initiative
U this movement stata that it la th
intention to start with a modest begi
uiug, it boitig their ilusire to feel their
wey carefully a thoy go along. They
profer to develop surely, if slowly,' rathr
er.thaa to start thin i a bnf(,
Ho far only about a doaon.of.ith meet
promineoi retail iUirbabt are. tajting
part. It is their ihntioa to operat
iiiniiily as. a credit. asmmlatiom a, lutot
to begin with, though they way ala (tot
ride to take up mattsrs.oc particular
Interest to tb rctaUsrs, if auch are not
taken up ' by . the board, of trade.
ji V,till:tappeb bvsy
Bclal Officer Bouaa! boliov. be
caught Albert Byroa iq. the ee of tap,
ping a till in the store of Zumoto
tshigo,. near th fishmarket Batuiday
aftoriuMin. . ' ' -,' .'
?!iiiz wnk attracted by .the nolo hi)
heard ,in c'liigo'a placer and Aipon iu
vestigatlon fuuad the-, proprietor wrat
tlipg with Byrile. He went to tb a
s'mtaiice of the storekeeper, who claimed
that Hyrno had rubbed hi till while
he had beeti temporarily absent; Hyrlid
wn taken to the Mill(e station tad
charged with larceny tin the, second, de
gree, v -1 :- ''. i
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NW i Installation V Haivkiian
Electric Coinpany Means Addi
tional Light and Power.
... . ' - .
t avlthout olettrie lighf
or power during a few hour ywter-
nydurl,tijfthe, fjnal t.-et and -tnswi li
on, of- th bljf nety steam tnruinn m..
the HawAunn iJoeinc wmiwb..
ss boen in ennrs tit installation '
, . . ........ 1 ... i n . . mnttna U
some tune. ii..twi'i"
mch fercrtter ctifcciy I or . .
lian Electric Company ann win c
Uit romnnny. to more readily meet
the OrowinR needs ot a rupiuiy .-
Though the tests Were held during
yesterilav morning, n n u,y
- . - . . t t IL. hAwnv
yestotilay anernoon wiuri i" r-"
was turned on.' No iireonvenience was
caused. . ' ' j :
Mmber of the' llawanaa engineer
nir Association -were eranhg the iftests
kk nlMtrie eomiianr during thtt.
The new tutbine is what linown as
kw. Westinghoiiso; tnrto-i-ucr
nator. . " " ' .' ,
Koaierotu Testa Maae.
ilf Engineer Marvin, Who eonduct
d .the testa, not only eiplninel U the
u .mo . j i i
triaiinr. in detail every roature con
rieeted with tho tesls.Uut conducted
them' thrmiifh the "w eold . strnge
dant H.'li" aa.. recently 1 tirca com
plnbsd. r Thr.. tests were . mado -iinnnr
five, bearla, as -lolmws; wernn em
iencv undo fiormul load, overall am
eicney. tinder continuous twantyinve
tiefceut ,ovidoaiL. fifty pf ent oyer-
load, speed regulation test no- load ta
full; load, and a test of the afty d-
This tusbioa Ja, the larges ta nse
In. tho Territory, and represents the
UtMk 'dcvolnpmnnt . in this tyre of
prime mover. The left was snccosnii.
as ths builder's guarantee was in every
instance fill filial. , ..,..!. .?m-.
i A corps -of . assistants' aided' .in the
ets making 'motor reading empera
in and water measurement, -tllS one
clsl eorler bina- e.T. '0rr; local
reprerentati.vv. , ol '-..tho -,AVinghous8
Eloctne & Alantuiacturngiiloippiiny
About fortv'i .engineer . wero . pYosent
Auriag the demonstration., among, them
Being Messrs, Kennedy, ishoedy, Boyer,
Prasne, Monaugbr Lning, X. a. laylor,
L. 1 etrie. Tadkabury. O. H. Kluegel.
Plarikington, Hayward, J. M. Young,
Kollar. Neustadt, Hooper, Oelge, Hind,
Gate, JtowalU WheeUr, l'arU,-. JT. .rR.
Vratt. HiD. PratlJ Alwbj JWnhardt,
... i . . ttr 0 SSir.t . i . 1
tfrai. iniTcniinv ; n iiros, n iimnr. . aic-
IJiWtkl Brtnch Itj.nlfjeTavior, Muir
bed Drar,lliiUiy,IBrrTett, JJ...fcuip
belli Uilli riled o. 'and. Xow." r
t ,Tlio- llawniiimiviElBrtric CVaipany
Wiit to f ousidAiwblo expiie in tltting
bp for the: tent, but judging .from .the
intetcstdisplvedy its quests itsyof-
lorts- wcjr fully sompensatad iXor., ' i
PrCBidont .L. Y U. ; Cameron' ad-
r . t t v ,ii . t k. i
dress, tV th sugar brokci ln 'nntional
L'f.I'.;4!:.: : '.!.i.t.'i 'J t. -,,' .
(.p)i-eiitjoii.asem,bluil,,on January J3, is
snlmidid .exposition of .., th. modern
principle tpf iooperatloa in busiuess
..V ih originalixeasou for. the I rma-
fioni of .Tha .National . Assoeiutiti .'-of
yrohors 'ia . Kefiued Bugar . was-f t do
awaf Witb all uaderbainl methods ttud
(itcfot rebates, placing all jobbers, on. an
tqilal Oiasta. aud all, bnokers . oa-. their
fnenita,' b saiiL-1 n' 'Dr comrtitution
tniV.by-liiiVrs aluo makoui Vory .atrililiig
piua ror vaa saxiaractory uisiriuuuon
of refined, sugar, and for harmony bo-
twea the-various interests.
"Let no member think thcrv can be
membership without obligation; thia is
impossible. - Our obligation should be
considered seriously at thia time. The
momiiership .of .our association spreads
over a large part ot tbo country aud Is
national in its . pnrposo, consequently
we have not only to take into consul
oration our obligation to our assoc.)
tioni'but must also consider our rcla
tion to tho ether factors, which. make
up what might be termed the sugar in
tercets, as it pertains to the distribu
tion of the refiucd article, via., the re
nuera ana lobhers.
"Let us endeavor to spread a spirit
of Ktoatcr, Barniony in the augar trade.
There Is no law in the land that can
prevent one hundred per rent of good
feeling and good fellowship,, the sound
basis of cooperation, . The spirit of
Cooperation , muat not be' misconstrued
a, combination,, a very uillerent mat-
tar, far froui .the right idea. Tins ol)
ligation embodied la our. constitution
aud by-law becomes a 'duty, and this
duty even goes beyond our obligation
It ahoiiKl .direct our 'iltohtions and
shap ous aetibna towards tbo spirit of
justiue. lew and equity - For this rea-
son our .assosiatipu was formed, to be
au influence frfr good as well as for
the correction of. irregular methods.
Tbo ngnr industry-is o unusually In
tcrdependtut that our actions and .re
sioni)iliues are far reaching.'
r- ..'si'-' i' 'p "
. On Monday morning, - between " six
and seven o'clock, a huge meteor was
seen sweeiilng down the mouotarnialope
f HaleakuJa, says the Maui News, it is
said to bavai.raniubled a comet with
baad whos partiolcs,- during flight,
Jiept exfiloding and with a tail which
trailed behind in fiery glory,
' It eeeiued to shoot quite close to the
oarthv from, ttailuli downward to.Ka.
luauul, wliBxe trtp bead first dropped
and vanished,, to be followed, immed
iately, by the gascouf tail.
. Many people of upper Mskawao
plantation laborers, school children, and
others witnossed this unusual fpoeta-
. William. Kinney is tleveloplnn; a Wge
tract, taliput S.1U acresj at tilenwfiod,
lliwiH. th renin land which has been
luJafor itiuny . years. 11a is oporatiu it
as a stock and dairy farm, under tht
iliniingewent' of Mr. McAulloii. It j
reported that as a side Issue puhas bav
beeu galhcrcd and hippe"d from .the
place to the extent of about $100 worth
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Expert Accountant Wit Hawaii
Probe' CommiooiOtt . Finishes
Cbinplicated Tuxlmination of!
'Abtduhta Count Attorney's
Tally and Exprcssss . Satisfa
iMail Special try The Advertiser.)
HILO, January 31. Last week Ex
pert Gooding Field flrtlnhcdwork on a
complicated bunch of accounts which
it had tuWn him . considerable time
and much trouble to straighten out.
tbeaeconnts related to the witness
fee paid during the year of 1907 and
1008, when Arthio Hnpal,-who la now
tho sheriff' clerk,' was the clerk in
the otttco of the county attorney, ana
. i i k. ,.,,,. i. nf disburser of
Witness foes.. - . i -i ;' :
The accounts vere. particularly aara
to silt down, to xick bottom owing to
the fact that some of the stub booka
bud been destroyed, and on the whole
tho rvatero which, prevailed was so ex
ceedingly aiacki that it was couspic-
ubu lor it slaeKness oven la-ue grn
oral chaos of county accounts.
Field mado a thorough and ery
careful Investigation, aad- the result
thereof was that last Thuosday hd.was
ablo tb. announce that Hapal: had boon
absolutoly correct and -straight in his
handling of the funds entrusted in bis
care, licld called attention to tbo fact
that tha slackness of, the ytoi was
almost an luv.'totlon to graft.. . 'Largo
lump auma wer given the clerk from
which te pay the money coming to tho1
various witnesses. ' No ordinary audit
woubl ever have disclosed any pecula
tions which the disburser of thesa funds
might have indulged in. There w, ev
ery chance for graft, bat not tho
slightest us was tnaae ox ie oppor
tunity.'", - ;' '.:'' -. " -. ' '
Whet field reached the point -where
hip cross-check showed that Hapal,'
accounts tallied With the flgtiros'which
Field' had laboriously dug forth .from
the 'court records, he rang p- Ubpai
id -stated hie -rleaswre' in announcldg
to him that he had an absolutely,) can
bill of health, for while on' had
ever suspected Hapal of' dishonesty,
,he possibility ;.or cro. wasf eacoad-
Held give mq loiiowing account i
the- task: ..- M .. ' -. .-. :-.'.!,
k "I went threngh the terms of aourt
whirh'-ocenrrcd during the period 4n
which Archie, Hapal was serving as a
i !ar si in inn cimiwi a.iia ruuiii t lamtf-
. I . XV M.! - M w a
torner. v That was Ourinrf the years of
.l07 and 10tl8.- t went, through - the
torm of both th Thkd and Fourth
Circuit court. I secured from tb
clerks 'of tho two court the original
certificate, books,, which showed 1 the
stub of the - certificate whicn naii
boca issued to both grand and. trial
juror. 'I thea, checked by the i war
rants which appoared in the auditors
register of warranta the warrant which
had been issued to tbo witnesses' dl- .
roct, and these.-warrant ,. I checked
against tho amounts showing on the
stubs of tho 'cortiacate booksi kept by
the clerks- of the crreult ourU By
these means I redqeed tho amounts of
witness fees to bo accounted for by
blanket warrants, which bad beori ia
surd to Hnpai.v V. ' . t'
"The 'procedure1, in irrgord t tbo
tor him as the county attorney,' clerk
to issue his .check- to; the-. Individual
witnesses for their fees. At stated., pe
riod blanket ' warrants would be li"
sued in tho nam0-of Hapnl a rr'i-.
burse him for the total amount of the '
checks whichhe bad issued :, to wit-
I then took the total of fcll 'the
witner fee lie fore both the Third-ami
the Fourth -Circuit "courts, which bad
not been daid by ' dirdct .Warrant.
Against this ftwdtint I checkod the to
tal amount of the blanket warranta isj
sued to Hapal.' 'Thtse eheckcdi.corrV
ly, and I was exceedingly pleased -to
lie able. to advise Hapal to that effect.
Field 1 now looking intotthe, ae-
h ,,,, n .a kC lh. .Mia...liupn.tnr 'Car I hn
period alter Hapal 'a . inenmbency as
clerk, of tho county attorney. . ill Slic
es seors - wexe ivwi 1 w iuiams, Who in
now in Manila' ami lnrnard Kelokalio,
who no bolda the-office, Field ex
pects to find tho teat of these account
as straight as he found tsose oc Uupai.
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8PH1 X tiFl KLUi-i lfli trois, February
8. (Assotutted- Prsss by Federal Wire-
lemi)-r-Tbe remains .of tb late bhelby
(,'ullom, former Duited States senator
from Illinois, were buried her at sun
down yetorday,- -The funeral was on
ot the. largest ever held in Hpringne hi.
There were uiau 'otables In ttu.ud-
aiu-a, including Cnited btatos senators
and. congressmen, as well aa : persons
prominent in - national and state poll
tica. -. . - '.' -,,' -. 1 1.'
i WABH iNtlTQN, February
(Associated Press by Federal
Wireless) Extension of arbitra:
tion. treaties with other nations,
the CleVriug up of the nation's
s foreign; rolati, anti-trust cgis-
Intion, provision fpr rural credits,
the authorization of. the building
of tho proposed government rail-
road in Alaska and a rovision qf
the lmmigratioii . lawt, at thia
time appear to bo tho main- guide
posts of the; administration a4-
ers hi. their course during tho re-
n niudcr of tHe. present session of
congrces, ' . .- ',"'" i"
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