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Early,' Date ; s .thoiui 7Appro
7 priate Titfie Tdi Draw Won- v
60Ot A wilLL B E ' BASicf '
! Second 6raifl lErrftill Also Be
f '. Troops Fop Casualties
The) draft for Hawaii' fighting men
.' j,; ay jbV.ca.llW o..fTprff . ,;' r:,
Thl is rumored to l' Ihe dnfe, which
V Will it selected by the President and
; army chief for the next call for draf
teas atf over tbo Unitssi State; tabid
'. jagUawaX,U. vi", ;V".',"-f .v ' v i"
: April S lielng the first anniversary -of
" ArtMTfcVi entry lntf) tba wni1. ta a pky
vhrtlftgicnl time for itch a call, for the
rotintry- wilt than be In' full patriotic
' swing wvr the celebration, the Inaugu
ration of the' campaign for the- Third
liberty .Bond sbI,, and possibly for
th greater movement of troOpi from
, America toward France,
v v'Pelny- in th announcement Battf the
' " Best -draft 'I understood to ba due, to
waeftalnty a to which method of al
lotisg quota to the itatea ia t be fol
, Provost Marshal General Crowder oa
March 4 appeared before the bouaa' mil
'" fary committee, at Washington, to
;l'0Vge prompt -passage, of the joint reao
..lotion providing" for a change in- the
draft law ao a to base the quota of
"each- district m (ha men of CIrm 1, In
stead of on the population. " '
. All Claaa 1 ATailaote ,
, Under' tha new rlaiwi flea t ion there
fwitl be nobody In Ctnim 1 exrept pa
, eoat immediately available .for service,
ao General Crowder explained. - By baa-
- inf; the quota 6n that claM tbe unfair
' burlea pla:ad on etatea with large alien
.'...Wkil a birm number: at. men will be
. called out during the prtMfrrt War
fill up the Army and complete it
ganixation, it i learned that war de
iiartment blaaa do not nil for the era
at ion . of any additionat dhrletont in
1018." The announcement" ebacerniag
the second draft expected noon from
Trovoat Marshal General Crowder may
outline the manner lit which lea than
.1,000,000 mpa-t-probabW not tnuvh in
excess of-00,000 are to be summoned
gradually luring the year to Complete
tne existing organixaiions. -
' 'Tbe senate already 'baa 'phssed, ami
the aoust military committee baa favor
ahlv reported. aii'aoicsJiiiant to the law
to,, base the quota on the number of
men la crass i msteau or upon Tne iota'
regiatratiuo of a state. This chance 1
regardnd sccrtaj.uqlb' made- but to
avoid rurtlicr delay schedule ot allot:
meuta - under . both sywtenis have been
lrebared at tbe provost marshal sen
Jral's oBlce, ready to go out as soon at
. nnai aeiion ia taacn. ;
Iat Rot Decided
'As to the date of the second draft,
members' of congress' from agrirultura
sections -on the mainland bave ' been
ractically assured thaV no withdraws'
of men from civil life was contemplate1
which Would embarrass Harvesting. II
has been indicated, bewewr, that's re I
stlvely small number of men must be
called ta the colore prior to June 1 am'
that a start may l tnale in April
when equipment, clothing and quarter:
will be available. I
' The men are needed to fill up to f ul
strength divisions slated for early de
parturo to Europe and also for flol.
army aad corps troops not attached t
divisions. The - replacement detach
ments also must go forward at Bn ac
cclerating rate, since American trooiv
are. bow actually holding a sector ' of
the ' French, front and men ore bejnr
killed or wounded tw action every day
600,000 Mora Absorbed
The completion of the full program
of the war department witnout crest
ing any additional divisions probably
will alisorb In the neighborhood of oX,
000 men. The extent to which tt har
been nseessary to incroaiM artillery
quotas throughout the Army ami to
add special units of all sorts has sur
prised every officer and accounts for
the existing shortages to a large ox
The nirtiiber of rcplaramerrt troop
necessary is Worked out in a scicntift'
war. based on experience at the front
A fixed percentage for eaeh arm of the
service is established. Amonir tbe von
'combatant arms this is very mnall; bat
it 1 quite blgh among front line troop
While ofltrJal Jlgures are not available
it is estimated that something mon
than 200,000 will be necessary for the
1018 program, making' 800,000 neces
sary to call out during this year,
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.IS BUSY 10
CATCH UP ON'CASES
With a full -lay's work, holding both
morning and afternoon sesaious, the
imwly constituted supreme court of tne
Territory hold its firt . sitting wester
day and settled down to the huge task
nf lisiOHing of tbe mpn'cl litigation
that has accumulated in the pant tpu
weexs wnue ine vouii was ioi ,lB.,x
Uteace. due t6 the rAdgiifttiob .of, for'
' mer (niief Justice A. . t' BubArtson
In the course of the day tWs cases
tlirwe of Wong Wong vs. The Houblul
Rksting Rink, Ltd., and th'at of Hermo
gomes Alut4ir, a iilipino, under sen
ti'iice of itosth, who appealed from tn
,.i.fa or the, rircuit court, were ar
imed and rfnbmitted. Two other cases
were siilniiittcd on briefs without Brgu-
n liv Biipulirtioii. These are: David
K K- lmulclio vs. Beka Ihlhi et al. Arid
pM'iilnro Vnmiiiri vs Kensliiro Oka.
1 1, the . ase nf Kdgar Audersbu vs.
:'j llnivsiinu liredging company, the
dui'ouduiit ' cuts Were taxod at (11.
Montana jurist'.' Faces' :trfa1 To-
' day For Impeachments, ;
i ' Accusation Sertotii tV,
i HELfcHAf.M ontana, Warch 20'(A-
socirftad 4'Kj-ass) Judge Chirriea It
Crunr, Of ih fifteenth judicial ifistrfct
. a aaiat a - m44iI I M . v al
4 lftktfatat senata today tor face ImaeaeV
ebtff o' bsd tlpan' aRegea trta
soirabfe attcrncci. ' m . - -
The lntpeactm.it of ' rde 'Chas I
Cftfm'ftfr alleged High r4wiea aad'inilf
Memeinora 'aad ' uialfeawnc: ' rs offiha
graw adt of tie--trlat' of a WorVmao
asmM" Vet Hall, eh rgd -witti , viola
tion of the espionage act In that be nt
tererf' treasonable senierftyn,'' Han waa
Wnlrrlssed wmVn a direVff'vitrdWr e1a
ing fnli eiploaige act 1Ett6rnbt"bcii Ti6-'
k.sxi' Cit..u4 . language, while trea
aonaMe. did not ted to Ineita mutiny
or rebelBotl. ' V -t--n-
' At thia' trial Jndga' Oroni appeared as
a ehkraeter. witness 'for ' f he1 defease.
Shortly after Hall was dismissed Cram
met I sillier Bayer, county attorney of
Bosebud County, and one of the proa
teutifig attorneys in tbe Rail ease. ,
Hayea accused Cram of jtto tlerman
enumenxi ana mga wordf were paasea.
Tha mea were separated bat feeling ran
01CB mat there were several eftcoon-
tra about Helena that nlgbt.aiong paf
lisaaa of tha two Judtfe Cruta
uiacea nimseir under the Drotoctioa f
a United States deputy marshal, i i
Meanwhile the "Committee of One
Hundred,"' an. organization composed
of, sltixeas' of Bosebud Coutyr called
on Judge Crum and asked bim to V-
Siga. reserved hi tJeelsionP itb
illnest' of bis nlneteen-year-dld Ma took
him to Miles City, where he remained
tferoitchout the rreliminerr 'vroceed-
ing to the frapeaehmetir 'H theohaute,
wnicB begart on February 20.? ".-
The bouse had been sitting la ad
r teBaio called 4o consider problems.
I resolution far an , iaoulrf into tha
Jrum' ease' Was put forward.' after re-
4ipt ef petition front twaaty eitfaens
of Bosebud CoantV asked Crum 'a im-
peaehmant, aad submitting affidavits
at he had been guilty of disloyal ut-
Tba bouse immediately sent for these,
nd other witnesses, who were Sum
moned by the sergeant at arm : After
threa'i day procedure, the' fm'naacb-
ment resolution 'passed by aw limtbimout
cotA' Testimony was offered to show
hat Judge' urum ' had Tepeatediy as-
Ulled the motives of America lot en
taring tha wbt; had declared that the
truirg'". was precipitated by Wall
Mrsoty' ami had made personal art'
Mlsma against high officials. It t was
tied'1 testified that '' Judge Cram had
lent- hia elder son to Bouts America, to
.ean service in tha army, and had
-epeatediy attempted to diseonraga en
latmenta. Judge Crum, being ill,) was
not present onv the closing day oi) the
tearing la the boosadt was announced
;bat be aad' bean, prostrated and taken
to the hospital In' Miles City,' by the
Ode Of hia ton.
Oa Monday, Febraary 33, the House
formally missed ' tbe . articles of I 1
peachment and' sent t(nt to the senate,
Judge Crum; 'whose home ia on For
sytse, waa selected tae bench in
.vis, ial tha rait elections after having
erve-l a short appointive term. He is
Republican. ' . : i.
THK HAOUR,V March "l(Aio
elated I'r!!? Defiwite Indications to
lay are that Ifollaadi is aeceptin the
cmands of tha Entente group to turn
ver to the Allies and the Cnited Raton
i million tons 6f shipping fur use in the
The time sot for acceptance expire
vh.itri.lay nd It 'fs uuderrtofed thu
prior to lta expiration' the thifeb gov
eminent began to reach an understand
ng with the representatives of thd bo
teate group.'1, . ( :
The Anglo-Amertcsn 'fletnatias have
Seen accepted 1 conditionally, Foreign
Minister Loudon announced today. A
reply by the Allies to Holland's 'lsti-i
communication1 Is awa'itcd. -There will
probably be a further discussion id the
second chamber, and the Dutch govern
went has included In the -conditions it
makes that the AllW Must gaarrintee
that BO troops' or "miinifiorts shall be
transported on the Dutch-vessels,' and
that tbe vessels destroyed In the course
of the traffic must be replaced after the
WHY WE ttAn TO "HAVE
WA8HmGtON,J MArch-49 jjAikn-oi?
ate.l Press)'-A flat IncraaVii' pay of
flfteea percent- for' all poatal1 employe
was recommended today by the senate
nubponiiuittee on ponfeofflree and pont-
ISHII C0MIN6 Off . 4'
SIBERIA VERY SOON
. tpKIO, March 19 (Social cable to
(Iftwa'ii 8hlupO)-r-Awbasador Ishil has
ui(i,e .an arrangements to sau ror nau
FrunclHco, en. route ttf his new post at
Wnshiutttoii, and will' leave Yokolianin
1tf tha S. 9, BlberlaoApril I.
HILO POlJCE OFFICER'
ATTACKED, IS DYING
Manuel t'adfuha, (iolice oftl-cf of
North Ililo, who was BttackcH by Jerry
lielimu ut llakpla'fc 1 While serving a
wnrrnht Is dvlnar. accprdim to ndvires
received frorA the Hl(j Trfluiul. Pelinia
li sn't-l to have admitted bnvlng assault
e l the officer but s "Herts that tbe luttcr
hud insulted bis wife.
ftfs.' 6. fe. Howe, Who Shot W
' Ram Brooks In Hotel Lobby, ;
Was Insane, Jury Holds " .
' jVISAUA, CsllfoTBia, March 20
(Associated Tress) Not guilty,"
Waa tic verdict returned by the jury
Jierc yesterday that had lixtened to the
vldettce in the rase of Mrs. Orleaa
Brtbaftdt Howe, wife of Will K. How,
accused of tbe murder of William Her
bert Brooks, a Portorvilie orarigo'
grower. The jury found thnt while
Mrs.' Howe killed Brooks, she was in
sane when she did it. '
Tbe nse hat aroused irrent interest
tatoVfffkoiit the country, largely-on
nwit'r " the peculiar circumstances
connected with it. Brooks was the
friend and boyhood playmate ef Will
rVHowe, husband of the woman on
trtflt, and Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Howe
we formerly bosom friends.
Rtflnea My Llfa"
The testimony showed, nnd it was ad
mitted by the defense, that Mrs. Howe
Walked into the Pioneer hotel in For
terville in the middle of the afternoon
of-November 10 last and shot Brooks
dead:- Immediately after the shooting
she' told the sheriff, in response to his
question, "He ruined, my life."
At the time of the Baa Francisco fire
IB 1900 the Howes opened their house
ia Oakland to the Brookses and the
two families lived together for soma
time.' It was during that period, ae
cording to the story told by Mrs,
Howes after the killing of Hrooks, that
tB rseidenfs occurred that ultimately
uxr p to the tragedy,
aftnd a Blank
' Mra. Howe said that at that time she
went to a fan Francisco cafe with
Brooks. He made improper attacks to
her, which aha repulsed. A few day
later,' alia aaid, he went to her ous-
bwnd with- the first of a series of stories
reflecting on her morality. , She 'aaid
Brooks told these stories not only in
San. Francisco but in other parts of
the state. 8be went to I'ortervtlle laat
October and. ahe said, found there
evidences of the stories being told by
HreoKa. ' tine bought 'a revolver at
hardware store and then her mind be
came a blank until she found herself
lodged 4b jaiL ..
iA-vM tut,' w, m. a.
WILL LOSE A FOOT
iumptng;'; from an Oaha Railway A
I.and Company train which -was '(rnn"
nlng about twenty-flve miles on hour
abase .Waipahu lust Sunday, Albert
Kekoa, a sixteen year old Hawaiian,
shattered the heel and ankle bonos of
one of his feet so badly that it - had
to be amputated later at the Queen '
Kekoa' was boiind for Ewa, with a
niipih' companion, -and by mistake
-ot on the Hchofleld Barracks train at
Waipahu.- Wben ha discovered his mis
take the train waa nearly a mile above
Waipahu' and he jumped from the train
SefWe be eoold be atopped. He jnmp--d
so suddenly that bin Filipino com
panion, who remained on tbe train says
he 'did hot observe him leave the car
It is presumed that in landing Kekoa
itebped on chunk of -gravel or a stone
.nd smashed the bones ia his feet. He
sid afterwards ba did not think the
trriin waa moving So fast or he would
not have attempted to leave it.
Kekoa and hit companion are employ
ed by a rescue; home on -School Htreet.
r. . a.
The ease of Toni Ikeda, Japanese wo
nan who seeks to prevent her deporta
rion by the immigration authorities be
"'e pf a rhnrce thnt she was found
crullty of bigamy, was decided by fed
ral Judge Vktigbnn against the peti
tioner yesterday. The writ of habeas'
"ornue which waa secured until the
facts abonf the charge of bigamy could
be proven, was ordered dismissed.
I nree montns ago tne woman was
barred from returning to Hawaii af
ter a visit to Japaa on grounds of im
nornlity arising from ' tba accusation
if tdpimy. Rhe admitted that she had
Heen married brf ore ber divorce from
Her'. former husband waa granted, but
aid that this was because of misin
fArmafiirn sS ta the firoeesa af her mit.
li'WUTih of Wn anneal to the Ninth Cir-
1 J U til . U ,
Mfi uenn or nppeaia in nan r raDCisco
Was given by her attorneys.
'The 'eases of HiKoJt Kojima, another
or tnn ramons scnooi teacner eases i-e-
fore tie federal court waa ordered bv
Judge Vaugban to be held ov -r until
tbe live other similar eases now before
tbe Olrouit Court of Appeals are do
w. i. a.
HERTLINQ PEEVED AT
rnrKNHAUEN. March 10 (Asao
cmted Press) Chancellor Hertliug in
the reichstag today declared, eerordinr
to reports herej that hypocrisy is seeom
nature to the enemy, and that the un
truthfulness of those hostile to Oer
mnny is made worse by their brut i-lit v
Ho SKserted that the treaty with Rus
sin contains no conditions disgraceful
to Russia, aqditbat if the relhotH
adopts it peace in the whole eastern
sphere will be restored. He declnrcd
hNo that amonir the Entente nations
there is "not the least inclination to
fiuisb this terrible war."
a ... - . k
OF GERMAN CHURCH
Charge Wade By G. W. Carter of
Vinilance Corps Brinfl Reply
From Arthur Hoermann
UNLT tPiuLlin IAUUHI
:;i!iN schools, he say
, ; , . .
Revievts History of Instruction
Classes and Asserts He Is
Genuine Loyal Amorican..., ,,
Sharp 'critici.m directed against
etasaes of instriietlon edn-liieted at tbe
German Lutheran rhurrh and bt Simi
lar classes at LI hue, Kauai, diced yes
terdar fvr Genrite H furl or. swesMent
of the Hawaiian Vivilanee Corps, were
answered text niulit hr Rev, Arthur
Hoermaan, pastor of the - Lutheran
rhurrh, 'who said he wished to make
Miblle. the nature of the InstroctioB ba
lag give at the two m-bools. .. ' ' .: ,
The head Of the igilanc Corns at
tacked the schools at the noon lunch
eon of theCOrps yesterday. He Sires g-
ly opposed the continuance of the twe
schools; saying that if Americans' In
Germany at the present time undertook
tb contfuct such clauses for (American
children the Vesults wosirf bt.-diaaatroi
" Wo wast the children of this Amer
ica Territory first taught Our language,
our history, our
principles of govern'
meat' he "declared
d.l "ITniil tliti kai
bren'.tborongtily done, t hers Is no ex
cuse for continuing the teaching- of
German.-' '". t
' "We are at war with Germany -to
tha bitter end, and vet we are told
that the 'Herr Pastor' of tha Germaa
church has the effrontery to continue
a German school two davs a week, here
ia Honolulu and that Mrs. Hani I sen
berg ia doing the same thing in Llhue.
What does this man think of nst What
woo Id happen to an Amerii-i, paetoi
in Germany that so igndr&d the rbaagrd
conditiona due to the wart '- ' - i" '"
"'Let u not fall to their level by
doihg bim -bodily harm, but bring to
bear tha full force of outraged public
opinion on any such alien sympathisers
n our miilst.' Whether they act pur
poselr - or Innocently, they are aiding
rhe German propaganda that Is trying
. , . i . . . i .
to- unuenmne our lann in our isiuis
Paator'i Btatement .")'
Concerniag the clauses being held at
tba Lutheran church. Rev. Mr. Hoer
man in reviewing' 'the history of the
instruction work at the Church said that
originally classes were held foor days
week at tbe chtircb when children at
tending the. public schools reported frir
hour aad-a-ka)f classes and werjo taught
the Oermaai lauifiiage. Tbe medium of
the instruotipu, given, was English, he
said, as many), ot the) children bad no
knowledge of (isrmait '
Shortly after the outbreak of th
war, the pastor said, a change hail gon
uto effort and tha el sites were held
only two days a week, instead of four
lavs.- 1'aefar Hoermann Saul lie hid
made anotbbr change early this year
when all teaching of, the Germaa li
giinira was tiw-entinueiLt- -
-He -sauirurmv two classes a week iu
pupils were -Still maintained, but tlmt
he instructioB now devote wboilv
o matters af rcliirion. One of the
weekly- classes," he said, is devote-1 tc
Hible historr and tba other clans that
beiua held in a oooflrmation cla
which is being prepared for' formal s i
mittaiice to niembersbiptn the congre
ration of the church.: The text Iwioks
lieing used in botb of these classes, he
tHi-l. are pub Untied in America sn-l arc
b beth German and English, (Jermnn
n one paur vnl f.uglish on thn other
Die kuirlinh pnues are unc i hero it I
(Vmcerning the services at the i-hur-i
'hi' or liocniiaiiu said two nf the
mwthlv services are In Knallnh foi
lie younger people - of ' the ' eongreys
ion, many of whom bave little knonl
dge of the Cerman lSsgimije. The
ltlier churi-li services he huid, are ii.
Oerinnn for those of the congregation
who have lit t le English ami are unublc
to understand fully Services held in auy
Gerinnn is the language of their
prayers," he explainer wnue reterring
to the nature of the church service.
The Llbue Bthool
Referring to the school at Lihne. the
pastor said that it warn regular pn
vate school reeognir.e1 oy ine uepari
iiicnt of public iustraetioir and tench
ing the various courses' taiight in oth
er private schools. He said that the
medium of instruction formerly hnd
been German, but that' this had been
changed and sll iutrotion is now giv
en in Kugimn. ine . people or ine
Llhue parinh, he said, had recently
anked him to get them "an American
pastor so well trained fa English tha
he will be able to give the children a
full high si-Hoot preparatory course."
This school in maintained by Mrs. Hans
Isenberg, wife of the former pastor,
who died recently,- and tba new pns
tor to be appointed Will! be' a succcs
tor to the late Rev. Mr. Iseuberg. Th -school
is now being conducted by C
Maser as i-riucipal.
Pastor lloeraiaun reviewed his own
career in his- statement. He said hi
graailfather had been a German, bu
his father waa an American, born in
the United Htates, he -himself wn a na
tive of Kt. Louis, Missouri, snd hi.
noun, who Hie students at Puuahou
are third generation Amor''"us-
'1 am heart and soul an American,"
he diM-lurci! emphatically. He nni.l h
had tuken his degree at the I'nivers t-
of Herliu and that he had there met
and niHi-rii-d hi. i wife, who is a (I r
The I .'hue nchi-ol 's record in the
thrift n'-tnip campaioti haa been lonk
e-l up. It compares favorably with the
rent of the private schools, The twen
ty nix pujiiln of the sivhpol in their firs'
week of buying War Savings HtainpH
ending February IS, had purchased
118 worth anil in the following week
had lifted this total to 61.7r. Koc
ords of purchases sinfe hkv been for
waiile-l to the Honolulu committee anl
the weekly uveragO-lH well uiaiiituiue-1.
It I r
ED TO DEATH .Goat 0a the Hoof
-as pa mmm
fatally , Injures
One of Two Men While
Other Sleeps On
Aslrcp in equnllr hnr.iirlnns positions',
with their hesds plllone-l nn maa track ,
ties of the On ho Knilcay A Land Com I
f-lny line where It pnme throh the
'earl Hitrbnr nuvnl rCservatioBJ onel
Ithar he died lew than half kour i .
Firat Ht. .on C. Br6s. IHMK Com !
any. Marine Barrack.. a. strucl by
th .ten nn tk,- ,,veh Af tk. t,.ln '
ui !..-. i4...
o'cIoeR at night, Snr a dc-p aad long
gnh cut in hi skull. ' :. ,
at Slight, knd i
The force of the tdnw slewed Bis
.body s round se he wn. thrown over tbe
form of his companion, Pvt. B. F.
Rayvcs, also of the Pearl, Harbor, Ma
rlae Barracks, whom the train Aliased
striking by a fraction of an inch.'' ;
whea' picked up, Hergeant H rows'
bead was nearly six feet front tbe
track, Whefe he bad been toaeed bf th
blow of the engine. ,'
Gtber M. Sleeps - -1
Private 8ayres wss still asleep with
hia bead oa a tie and with tha body af
the nearly dead sergecnt lying across
bim, after the train was stopped and
WhVn the train crew reached tha1 two
Biew. It ts reported that ia Spite mt bis
wearisome position, the noiea oil the
pursing train and the foTce will which
the body of ftcrgeant Brows' must bave
fallen upon Mm, Private Hayrea was
awakenod with difficulty 'by tha train
erew. ' '
WitH the assiatnnee of B. Hale, a
navy man from Mags line Isinno, 'rer-
ireant Brows waa picked uo OT- the
train CreW snd taken to Ala, wbere
Utt Harry Cooper w a. called to atteiid
him. but without avail, -for he soon
lit' the meantime the Honolulu! de
spatch or, who had been infortd of the
aceidept, rermrtc-i it to the Fort nnar
ter Hospital, from where' a aerView am
bdlanee was sent to Alea '
Tbe accident happened or eiiwi
ear Msgaline Htatlon, about one mile
On th Lwa side of Punloa. At kbi ap
proach ttf the spot where the two 'mea
ware siecpins there in an aorupi cena
id the road; with oirl - hbout 1 fhre
straiifbt lenaths of rslls leading wp to
where they were lying1 with their beads
on the ends of ties and their feet ex
tended out into the right of wa '
Train Ia Stopped
' As the neine ran up on tba abort
stretch of stialght track. J. B. Puidy.
the enclaeer ia' ehaturr of the train, saw
a white bect near tbe track.' 'Tbe
hort distance and tlaie prevented' bim
from determiaiag whether It Waa coral
stone or white clothing; Ha threw on
his air brakes and with a lighted torch
in his hand stepped to. the aid of the
engine cab, peering dowa to aseertaia
tha nature of the white object.
He brought bis train to a stop and
then informed the conductor. C E.'Am
berm, that he feared he bad just pii-sed
two men who were dangerously near
tbe track. At that time, the engineer
did not know the engine bad struck one
f the men.
Not tn Uniform
Both tbe marines were in .civilian
"lothlng when found and are believed
to bave spent tbif evening at Aiea, af
terwarda walking out towards their
luartera, until tbey stopped to rest snd
then fell asleep. Tbey Were only a short
way irons their destination when they
stopped, r i '
(Sergeant B row waa about twenty
six years of age and bis borne was in
lafayetl, I-ouisias. He enlisted as a
marine af Ms-e island, California, in
't his is tbe - second fatal accident
which bas occurred h tbe lust few
mouths while a. engine was being
driven by Engineer Purdy,.but the two
rr all be has bad IB eighteen yearn of
service for the Oahu Hallway Land
Hompany. He ia an exceptionally care
ful cab driver, according to tt. in. v-o
iaon; assistant superintendent of the
railroad, who made a persons! inventi
;ation of the accident yesterday.
Tha first" mtshsp, - waicn m-runen
while-Engineer Purdy Was driving, nan
omewhat Identical wrtB tne seconu one
Mondsy night. He was bringing a train
through Waiwabw a- month or so sgo
when it struck aa intoxicated .Iiipauene
who was sitting on k. rail near the tv
tion. The Japanese, who wss killed
had been warned just a few miauten
before by a Hawaiian woman that the
train was due. Aa in tbe second acci
dent the victim waa bidden from sight
by a eufve.
MAUI SCHOOL NOTES
The following school notee were ciillod
from the Maui News, Wailuku, of lust
James Mitchell has reiigueil an prin-
ipal of the KsaAke Sshtfpl,
The poblio scbopl pupils are request,
I to collect tin and 'lead foil for the
Red Cross. The foil should Im flat and
n layer. Tbe supervialng princij
will collect It from schools sn-l take it
to the Red Crosa headquartern at Kahu
tui. A record will be kept of the col
lections from each school. Pupils
ihould be warned ' hot to make pur
hUMCs simply to obtain the foil. n
'hey did at One School whcr chihlren
bmitrht chewing gum to oli'nui tlim foil
The postsg Stamps eollected by the
children bava , no value and tcachern
nhnnld inform their pupils that ntainpn
are not needed tb old Belgian children
At one school a pUI'll bought ntaiupn nt
the poatoftloe to' add to tne Schnol col
lection. It was unfortunate thnt nn -li
inisiiiformation reached the puplU Ml
effort, however, should be made to el
le.-t the full that has value.
The local Red Orosa onVinN iut'eirm
the- niipervlSlng prinrlpaf thnt t -a. hers
eiia obtain work for their pupils fr-nn
'oi-Hl representative' of the oruni.a
tion. Rninple of work aad the matcinl
-n n lx obtained by any a-hool offeriut;
io do the WOtk. Public s -houM mctl'ii
it-" i e Miirenienti rhcuM nfti ii-k wiin
l lie junior Uvd t'ro.o.
win e Bfougnt ;,
A$ Mutton Substitute
Plans Are Made To Bring Fifty
Heard a Week From, Kpna
Much of the Meat Already Sold
Hd poptdar hn. cost meet become in
Honolulu a. a pnrtisi ubstituta fo
.2?" mn.,,"l,. ' ,h" nrraugements
mnttmi ruts that
' "f frn" ' of the Ute
' K"' W-
brlBin, treasurer of the Guardian Trust
the Kllsoes yewter-
day for Ksilua to investigate the status
of the herd. .!
" Borne years aco Mr. Pa'riil rossed tbe
Angora snd the common goat and the
results met with th ucFeasJ he anti-
elpated and Isrge herd now-roam ovst
Ma estate. There are bow at least a
thousand head of goats that can be
atHiied for market purposes. ' -
Considerable eoat meat' haa" arrradt
bees) sold in the Uouololu market! from
thia- ranch, the anfmala being killed in
Kftna tad the rrscatsea Bent oVar bwr
In cold storage. The new arrangement
Win be to send the goati alive to Hono-
roluv .- -it-
W. O. Smith alsd went over fd Kfl-
Ina to be present at the bearing' tt tha
probate of the wllj of Mr. Paris bad to
settl the estate aceordrnff to tb will
terms. Mr. Paris' estate Ta tbongbf to
ba worth between 490,000 and ilOO.OCKT.
Mrs1. Luther Severance aad - Mra.
George I-su.-hton entertained the Pdaao
Clnb Saturday afternoon, at tbe tome
of Mr. Severance, featuring Riibea
stein la the verv excellent program
given, asvB the Hilo Pont Herald af
March 11. - '. .- v...r, '
During the short business meeting
which followed the musical program It
was decided to bold aa ' open meeting
oT the ernb in May, poaaibly'at l ike
First Foreign Church': A Special pre
frern in 'which nearly all anembers wit
are' a part will be arranged for this
Open meeting. No admission- foe wtl
be charged, but a free' will offering will
be taken, and the Vntire proceeds will
be turned over to the fund fo the'new
Kin Dnucrhters' Home.
""Tbe object of this 'borne ia to prJvide
a place where young girls' Who' eoiritf-ta
from: the country to attend ' the Hits
arhoola ma board kt a rCascmable ratw
aad hitve at the same' time the right
bind pf rare and supervision. It will
also provide a true born for' worfcinr
Kirls employed in the lty. It i wtll
be the endeavor of those interested 1r
this rood work to have tbe borne ready
for occupancy by the time the Kept
Her term of school opens. ' All tbe meal
Vers of the Hilo Piano Club take
special and active Interest ia this
W. .'J ,
KINNEY WLL' fNRAfiF "
TEACHERS ON MAINLAND
To All the-rapidly inereaaiug aef o''
--hool toacliers in an parts or tne ' ier
-itorv, Jlenrr w-.1 Mnaey. suierinienii
nt of public Instruction, expects to
n,l for the mainland Tuesday oil a
-ruiting miwHoa with the puriose 0
nrollinir about Aftr new teachers' fo
the 1918-1019 school term.
It i estimated that rossiderably
uore than a hundred new teachers will
be needed by next fall and as there1 WfTI
e but ort.yniix graiuate or tne norms
j.-h"'! next . .T'inc. 1 will b ncearv
to look to tba mainland schools ror
aiKH .yiynor?jv .C teachers.
STORmIciTls' THREE ;
IN, AVIATION CkHtP
MIAMI, Flor1iia,"Ware'li 19 (AsWy
nted Prefcs) An) unfinished aerial ban
irar collapsed here today durina a heav
win. Inform. Two men were killed an
thirty three were; injured. i ,
! KAUAI SCHOOL NOTES
i i ,-; ,,,-,,.,r;. l .. - -
Profesiof McCluskeY bas moved Into
'he neW cottage joat completed id tba
Ks"i Hieh Bchool grounds.
. De TriM was In tows this wee
purchasing supplies. He is constructing
a teaoher 'a eottage'af Kapaa.
Miss Rose Behrepfer, the Rose of Gil-
my, who arrived from1 the matnlan
early in January; to tekch in tha Kolda
school, ia Charmed ' with the climate,
the scenery and the people. She bat
exchanged with another teacher, and
Is now , teaching in Makawell.
Charles F. Lotimis. tbe T. M. C.
secretary ' for" Kauai, celebrated ' his
birthday by taking a trip to Haaalel.
T l - - i. T . irt
ni was accompanica oy a.
j worth, his assistant and Mrs. Walworth
and ber mother, Mrs. Haselrigg, went.
They report that they were royally en-
tertained bt'W. H. Bice, who haa B
home in that district, where there is
beautiful scenery and line bathing
William L. Berrao. Instructor in tbe
t.ihite government school, ba been tak
!ng the-msmial training class, of which
he ha charge, 'on Saturday hike to
the vnrlou Surrounding localities of
interest.' Ha' tottk tbm once to, Isen
berg 's mountain' house, and thence to
he cttinej 'prater of KilohanS, Th1
the boy descended, and examined1 with
interest. Tbe next fMatufday he took
them to the Wailua Falls, and to the
hills beyond. Last Saturday they wort
to Niiimalu and Huleia He finds much
of interest and Instruction to tell them
w. a. a. - -
Superlntendend llenrv W. Kinney, of
the dep.irtrneut ei education
Man! by the M'una Kes
arr' e l on
ii i tc 1 1 1 an. I has spent th. tim" niuce
lsitluu the schoola. in comi-Niiv vith
iipervitdug Prlncif l (fcor e 8 Bar
- He villi letuin i.i ':..- . ily Krl
.lay u oiling.
HILa VyiLL ELISH
Prti Vonri ufuflet" la. Boosted .
At Behest of Gbverndr.Fink -harn
ipd Mayor Fern ' 1
child's LirrLE joke k. -
. . . ... .
Charges of hoarding Made By
Eben Low Are Admitted. He
Says--Bluff Brings Results . .. .
Fish eaters 'of ' Honolulu must', pay -,
ve cents a pound More for mallet than , ,
tbey have been paying, thsaks to tba ".
earnest efforts of Governor Pink ham
and Mavor Fera.' Puck wal tbe state-
meat last night of Eben Low, head of
the Dsn eemntittee af- the Vlgllsnca
Corps, following a turbulent meeting
yeatenlay at which" Food Administrator
Child sprang little joke en the com
munity thst - will coat it real msaey.
rne result ct ne meeting, wnirn waa
attended by Food Administrator Child, T
kfayof. Fern, Oo-remor Pinkham i and
sounsel representing' the pond mullet
men, Is that tba Bah situation, wbieh '
Child1 exattantly announced soma time
go he hsd "settled" is now more
mwddled than'ever.- -- ' " '. ;
Hoarding fat Charged --',
Eben Low flatly charged at the meet-:
itrg that tba pna mnllet men are "
hoarding tlsh, aad ba awid last -wight C
hat they calmly admitted it ' and Vlr- (
uallr asked what Child wis going to '
to about it. Child answered that ones- r -
tlon by giving - them - permissloa to ,
cbargw-more for-their fislu".
According ta- Low; the- pond-mullet .:
wen said that tweaty eenta a pounrt , .
was not enough for ' pond nrnllet aad ,
-hat- was the reason few f themi' were
brought to market. Tbey taid tbat if ;
a' price wera) raised, there would ba ; ,
pbnttifut i arrppry' immediately - avail
Owvwraor t 'Keaewa '
Th Governor took" tbe part of the
ish brokers, according to Mr; Tw. Ho
ouldn t se any : ressoa why they .
shouldn't get their ten- percent from -pond
mullet, even tbongh they- don't-,
"landle them. ' -Pond-mullet.- Mr.- Low
id. have not bad to pans through tha
Hand of tha 'Middlemen heretofore but
tare bee . bfought ' straight from tha
rodueer ta th ' marsa-t. ' uo - taat -
tidnt satisfy Mr. Pinkham. He thought
tbe- price ongbt-to be raised va rents :-
pound, aeebrdibg ta Mr. low. so tne
trnor brokers rouhi gft their slice, v
Maver rent who's' short time ago
w . loodryi,' advoeatng -cbearer Bsh,
tnd wb ta stilt a cheap fish aaaa, ax
ef-t where rond tnnllek are-concerned. .
SobnaiseMhejOo veeaor 'a remarks. Pond . .
aullet' etiKht-by aH mean to woll for
more mnaey, he thought. - i .
Ebsw low hApped to hi feet With a ,
vteoron' protest.- He ronldn't aea why
tba people of Honolulu- show Id pay iva
-ewts' a pound wior rorinsn. just to
wtlsfy Oovernor Pinkham and Meyor 1 .
Fei-a, awd b (aid so ia emphatic words.
MM. h' charred the pwad mullet men
vith boarding fish in order to force tha ,
Vied- 'drstrstie to jais the 'price. ;
CnSd'l -X4ttl Jolt
Thirt ws Where Mr. Child's little '
nke Mi It; :",'. i
Tbst "a m vn." snid Chi'd,
-rinrfiire" in naive delight at their a
eWsbed looks. He tohl them thnt tbey "'
d:been J-"fortin"- themselves' -'aud
St'ebWe' ww-nothing to'prerewf their
harginfi- bighey price. '
The1 fish men weren't the- only one .
-ho were amased at-Child ' nnexpeet- .
d ebanew of attitude, FlSfn Low
Murted right out is meeting that ''this
"A admctblng fhtirehr nw to wie." And ,
't w Mr. T o 'wbo wee 'chiefly la .
lriimentsl in fixing the ll'h - pre"i
Mch. were recently published by Mr.,,
Nr. Low- ekplafhM last wight, bow-
vfr., that 'Vben1 the llsh 'price were' '
Bred.' so aocflorl price for pond mul'et ;
irk; givea,' at, because Mr. Child bad
arriyed kf no kgreemcnt witb the pond
-itjet "B, thev were not sold at an-.
tioa. , Thrrcfor Food ' Administrator
bijd took the ground tst , they aa
-ni nofina dv. nc rnirn nnti r-uisiivn
tfct affect other fish interests. -
The 'Mok'' on Them la that they.
he impposed all along that they were
w rWiuBd and that the price of tweaty .
cent a pound fixed1 by Mr. Child for
ond' mnllet meant tt pond mullet
were to lie sold for twenty eenta a '
pound. ' But, according to the inter
pretatioa of Mr. Cbild, twenty cents a '
wbnd fenlly means twenty-five eenta, '
tr any other price tbat the fish vendors ,
-b'onss tn rharsa. ' : ','...;....;'
k .Flaaaapb Burprisa , - ''' v : -,
Kyeri Charlie Chlllingwortb. who does
not ususfly overlook a point of that
'Ind. . was agreeably nrpried. ' "We
houghf tba price, on the blaekbnsrl '
wa the rethll prir,,, be said. .This ;
(a eomethlag unexpected. " :,'. , v
Tb forty fish men who, were present ;
at the turbulent meeting just eat and
stared In amnaement at Mr. Cldld. ,
And, Mr. Child sat and smiled at them
benevolently. . . -
, "tbaf ona on you." be said. , '
'-t'JvrhAt Is nil thia meeting
HbWtl' demanded E' en Low. . There
Ira itiiwer from the' food admio
tt;tbr, and tha. fact soon began ti
sUt through Ik ssmbage that it,
wa Indeed ou an tbera.
Previous to tha unxt'ted' announce,
ment of th point pf the joke, Mr.
t1ld.-.iplnrd from the weight of the
testimony thst was presented by twea
ty of the Ash men present that, out
side of 'a deliaqurncy on the part of
a few pond nieu, Mvere anKnrn to be .
no hoarding of.fl-b in llonoi'i'u an-l
tbat tb tclail f rW hf Hmt-'-nU
per pouad ' aeeili innuH'cient -. to pro
vide proper compensation for the pro
duction f an adequate supply of mil-
it. ; . ,.,'.;
"Then w can adl mull.-t at retl
at twcBty-iva cents ler pound,"
asked Attorney I'liarles fjhilliugworth,
al thtt end af the honriug,
'"Jki'waya'coiild, if 'rou mlv k u
it," smiled Mr. Ch.JJ. '-O -e on . ,
Tba Usual Tbiug