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JOLO UlttHI Mitt
VI! J ; Liberty Bondr, Freely Taken But
. .7. : J J PrfvUete cin'not Be Used
........ y ttofThaa.Rve , Hundred Want
Stock amf Big Interests Are
1 Well Represented
Liberty Bonds sre to le frce'y ac
cepted in payment for the trust cer
tificates' which represcat the st-oi-li of
American Factors, Limited, where it is
evident that the purchaser who uses
McK. bonds si a mediuM for payment
, is ; sot. seeking te unload hi or her
boldtwgs f sock bonds Sad to profiteer
thereby. . Where it airairs, bewever,
that a autmeriker seeking to throw
over m four and a quarter tereent In-vra'.nM-at
for flight Mtreat one, it
ia a Uifferejit matter. Uoo.l faith hiMRt
bo in evi.lenre and it intuit ho the ap
parent iatenlion of the pnrrhaer to re
place the tomhi ao taken with othera
aa the demand arie and eimuaataneee
errnt. Thua ittkaHena tkat there
may bo eome disappointinont for it ia
K.. u'i laat tn . ai ienet one inntanre
where a would be ourrhaaer deaired to
pay in Liberty Boads in full, the ap
pliration waa thrown out without fur
,ther ado beeauee the applicant wai
quite evidently not a loyal American
Up to yesterday, afternoon more
than ' 900 applications for atock in
American Factors, Limited, hail beeu
roceived at the Trent Trust Company.
Oversubscription appeared certain at
that time, not large oversubscription
bnt of 2000 shares or more. This is
satisfactory for . allotments will not
have to be materially ent down.
Significant la the list of applicaata
ia the number of thoae who are seek
ing small allotments. More tkaa twen
ty have applied for single shares, more
than fifty for Ave aha res or lcs and
more than ono hnndrod for tea shares
'for the limit allotment, 254M shares
and that several ether applications for
000, 1500 and 1000 ska ran have been,
.received. The average holdings of the
stockholders will be, however, a little
rem than ten shares, a condition wiite
lv variant from that which existed in
tho H. IL Hsckfeld ft Company cor
First Case Under Espionage Act
Brings Penitentiary. Terms
of Sixteeri Years
Sixteen yenr is the term of impris
onment to which Charles Hfrillncr. nn
Oahu tiuirur Company plantation luna
wa sontrni'cd to serve yesterday morn
ing by .ludge Horace Vauglitin, follow
In? Bpilln-r conviction on four
vounbi of having violate I the Ksiou
age Act by remarks intiMidi-l to weak
en the innralr uf men in the nutiouHl
The sciitenre ii divided into f tur
tivius of four vvnra each on the four
counts. Tlic terms do not ruu con
current, but i ciii.h i utively, a- cxplnii'ivl
by .In l(je Vaughan after iiassing neut
enca on the nrt defen Innt convicted
in Hawaii fur thin oTen-te.
Thut H'ir:er in Inn utti'inpt tn
frighten ineiul its nf the nutiiinal gu:ird
t.y te'ling them that th o'lraii'ntinn
wis "trettiii wor e and worse" and
"be rieriiinfi would miiki' cornbeef"
of the American nrinv. waa rnrrving
out the (ii'iinnii i lea which worked
sucieosfuHv in llu.isin, was the trend
of Judge Vnghmi' reiuuika lieforc thn
funs wan xe:itci i.
Tec tofg Terror' io
"It ia a part of the (ierniaii plun
to terrri,e the ciiitiiv," the ronrt
aniil, abh"llrrh no belief whm exirese'l
that the ilefendiint acted directly nn
ler Teuton nr lern. An (ine nf the oth
er federal nflieers exprcised it, it ii
telieved mora likelv he would nhout
bin superior anil that he would not
fi"bt f'r America were the expression
f a "(liirinan henrt". The defcndaiit
i of fiorninii cx'rartiun, but wua raia
ed in Hawaii.
Judge Vaui'hnn enipluiMized that
ftiillner hd had the advantage of a
fair trial by a jury of intelligent bus
litcs men, and that he did not want
to appear too harah. lie then added;
"Put I feel that I would fail in my
dnty as an American aud a representa
tiv of the American judiciary if I
failed to order a severe penalty fur
the rffeiiae of which Hpillner ban lieeu
Counsel Asks Clemenry
Attornov I.orriu Andrews atteiuplel
t sorure hwienry by a few word for
H(itllier whom he hud repicMented iim
coaanol. ' The uttorucv naid ho hud
known Ppillncr's family fur a long
tine and had never heard them ac
ensod of disloyalty before.
, Hpillner received the hcuvv sentence
aoically and silently, and with an out
wartl exhibition of fortitude, but with
S dumb questioning in his eyes, as If
seeking some ifign of sympathy from
those whoe gais he met.
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SHIPPERS MAY SECURE
RELIEF FROM RULINGS
.. . Jtlie( fxon the rulo of the shipping
board providing that the eonsigiieea uf
frvigui brought here from inaiulund
porta niujit atA-ud ull 1okcs from pilfer
, . Uilty pr.ea kt, and uneiul Ioxh. tuny be
' oltUisjud . from, Washington, amonliug
' o,WW Cw t tie I nUcd B'taa
' $juptiiua; PwA "al-.Han lreisc.:'
Iu Jnttef to the rhMuber of com
fiiewf Slf. !t.'niitf .toys., Jht tho matter
lirta not only Ix'es referred to Wnshing
ton", but has beeu. under, diacUMidoii
there, and he says be "hopes to have
it strife'httiud vut" in short tiuis.
Er otlf &
Japanese", SairJ To Have Been
Paid to Keep land Vacant;
Belser Makes Statement
ftiblication oi the fact that Distrlnt
Attorney & C. Huber waa Jnvrtigat
log cdmplainta . mads by contractors
mat toe : Honolulu, Construction . and
vraying lompany was operating a
monopoly ia restraint of trad with its
quarries at MoilulL. oi wfeicl it! ho
ha eomplet control, resulted yesterday
in another Honolulu contractor calling
on me mstrict attorney to give addi
tinnal Information-. '
The contractor told District Attoriey
Huber that ft e could give him some
valuable information about the conduot
of the business of tho eonstrvetloa lad
dmyiarf eemininy. Tho district sttor-
ney did not havs ths time to take up
the subject yesterday, but made' r
rangements to take tho statement of the
contractor later, i : , ?
Another bit of evidence which reach
ed tho district attorney yesterday -was
iaat a contractor was iniud recently,
ho silages, when he learned tkat s pri
vate boyet of atone could got lowor
pvree than1 ermld the . eontraetnr.
QnwrUsn el" aUddsn J '
District Attorney Huber says that in
ono instance. 'a eoatractor who rs
eeived wkat ko thought was aa exor
bitant bid from tho -construction com
pany for MMne work referred it to
(leorge Collins, englneo of the Bishop
rotate. Then, tho Bishop Estate ss
gineer called up the draying company,
I understsml, and asked for a bid oo
the- same sort of- eonat ruction. It is
sftid. that be promptly received aa es
timate which was ifty enis a saaie
yard lean than tho big given to the out
sider '.'V v.
Prltosj Qa JTp ' i . i ' ...
Thirty-throo pereont is what tho rise
ia prieo of stotiC is estimated to be
niece tho Honoinla Censtruetion - and
Draytng Comrtairy' got complete ooatrol
f tho MotUili quarry, says District At
torney Haber. . i.Tkero has been, also a
corresponding ianneoso ia cartage prices
for stone, rteoatly.-according- -to -en-other
infermaatii - B - says that form
orly thw avoragev sharge foe cart ago for
itoae by tho d raying company was If
ty ce nyl a snbis yard, but that now it
averagea- woaror seventy-dve coats.
' ' Continuation of tho inquiry into the
so-called quarry monopolfv yesterday
resulted fat the-diseOTerey. that there
is a marked divergency ia. the price
paid for stone by the-city and the Ter
ritory. . .
, , Thef following table shows what is
sew, paid by the city for four grades ef
stone and the price previous to July
No. 1 rock, 15 $1.10
No. t rock, 1.80 1.J5
Nn. S rock 1.70 1.46
NO. 4 rock ,,..r. ... 110 1.83
Territory Pays More
As, la easily noted, the raise of prices
to the city has been at the , rate tf
twenty Ave cents a cubic yard, while
;ho, raise asked of the Territory, as
Miewn by bills in the public works of
fice, has ranged front thirty to thirty
five cents a cubic yardL
Formerly tho Territory wss. paying
l.ft5 a yard for No. 3 grade and (li0
for No. . Bills rendered recently show
that No. : is now billed at 1.05 end
No. 4 at 2.20.
City Kngineer A. 8. Cantin says that
the city does nesrly all of its eartlng
an I no the price charged for hauling by
the d raying company does not affect the
city bills. However, others ssy that
the city is being "gouged" by hauling
eharpns, and that the city Boca not do
all of its own carting or at least only
for street patching jobs.
The city engineer aays the price of
stmio from the quarry will not by any
menus add to the cost of belt road con
struction as a qnnrry will have to be
npcied mi the other side of the island
fur this proposed road work. .
However, it ia not so much the price
of atone at which the investigation ia
aimed, but nt the fact that the Hoao
Idlu Construction and Draying Com
pany now controls all of the available
building rock in Honolulu aud how it
exercises, such control. ,
City Steps Out
Even some of those closely connect
ed with the city government did not
know until after the report of the In
vestigation was published In The Ad
vertiaor that the city no longer oper
ated its quarry at MoiKili. No reek
has been taken out by the city Since
April or May, 111, it Is said, and the
city's lease on the quarry site expired
about July 1, this venr, about tbo same
time there. was an increase in the price
asked, for itock. ,
Estate Crltfelsed i
There is some criticism of the Bishop
Trustees iu the manner it which John
Wilson was forced out of the quarry
business nt MHii)b where kt was oper
ating under a contract from a Jap
unee who held a lease from the Bishop
Friends of Wilson claim that this
leased part of the quarry was permit
ted by the Bishop Trusteea,to eome ie
to the control of the Honolulu Coaetrne
tii.n and Draying Companjr without
Wilson being given en oportunity for
a competitive bid. In fact it ia a
sertcd that the first Wilaen Knew be
waa going to be forzea Out of the quar
ry ws when he received a letter from
the Bishop Kstate telling him tho lease
had been given to another, name un
o'entioned, after an opea bid.
Forced to Move ,
Wilson was forced to move his roch
crushing equipment to a vacant lot at
a cost of about 2000 because he waa
umibbt ti get s site to act it up where
other stone could be taken out.' His
friends say that an effort ef Wil
'til 'a to open another quarry waa
blocked by the payment of an "out
jtatfcouale hih sum", the owner of
ne land on which ihfre was plenty of
This waa sn nnoened quarry elte
Wk of the NJoiliili baseball perk which
wna Iu possesion nf ft Japanese by the
name of Matsiimute. VTilsoa, It " Is
aald. had almost made arrangements
for starting a quarry there, whs Met-,
; . t j;i JIAWAIIAN fw2ETTE, V tUEStAY, UlTGUST Jo.:
0race of Batfe WhM
Fiashhrjht Onpginas '6ver There'
When Backwash of War Sets
fit Towards Field Hospitals
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y They, were; coming. beck out of tho
hot bleat of, the freest, battle these
bovs Of a certain diviein. now famniM
thrwighoat France and ene. dey to be
tamonc throaghowt the wHd. They
sough -of it; they.weao being brought
o .tretchern, , wo.wded, jfaoeed, - shell
shocked, to- s. adv.aeod lieeasing eta
tieev..&eme ef theaa- sermed Just buys.
Oae could see them , grit, their eth
to hrdd bach the rnnaa of pain. '
"Hard luek, pall" said a doctor
interrogatively,. ae the bearers set down
a stretcher- in tho eoarty.rd. .
. The boy shrugfled his shoulders, actu
ally shrugged tneia as. well as he rould,
bandied. ia that stretcher, and gnu
nod wanly. ,
VCoaatn'. In. If I can t vnu fellera
to. save that, foot. . Hhe's smashed i
pieniy. 11 you .can tne same."
"We. 11 rua. yea, right 4a."
"mx,boy. not me. I'm gettin' past
au righa, nothia'i but aw .foot. Ton
jest leaiae be here and git busy with
tama guv. tnat '. hurt. I m ou the
wartiT tat," ,..
A lUat twfh or
That; was ewe boy. He belonged to
en onttt that bears a name fat and
ride for being boiled' hard. Tengh
birds, you hear them ealledi rough talk
ins;, boy. with tho crast eutermoatf
If yoa bad Seen them
two months before
not hod, their, purifying
are. yea would not ha
that they would, hold bark
to wait i fee m it smter
to be.essod for first. Ji
tribute that waa not apparent to the
eamial eye. Hard boiled. vou would
a " . . ' .
are agroode and yoa might have felt
a trifle aorrv foa the iht had
to esacoanter - taemc - But. vou would.
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aoi have stoodv by with tears in your'
eves sut- tn. tout svea hut ndlino
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dpwa your choek--and have muttered
mm.jt aeiui ,1 y, nrr sre menir'
aiow iay ; aaa. roil me score n-1
ing breath, of war. , Suddenly tbej
peea ..dropped into the furnace
had dome out with dross burn
Oomethinir. hail hatinene.1 Th-
still, hard boiled. Their language was
aude up of the same words, but the
wards had taken
a new meaning,,
taken en a. hew
their ; very faces had
sspeet. -Ia spite of biood and grime;
and t i )Jnr.iiA. ..A ' '
yon could see that something wss ores
Mi mere woicb, Bad beea absent be
fore until you could not see at all for
the flooding of your ecs. .
Tne BpUtt ef All
I aTOl misc.... No use annrt .
Can't do hothin' for-me ...Oit
busy with soum of them bov Ton
kin help." . .
That wa. the spirit. That waa. the
thing that had been .burned into their
sows by. the hot breath of war. They
had forgotten themselves. Jim waa
not thinking of Jim but of Mike. Mike
aLa. swk.:k r
mr,ls. "OoW. that d...n l.' it...'.:
Charlie makis' it Anvbodv knnwf
seen him git it...Oow !
'.'Thee juat torjk Charlie in. He
wssn 't any in' much." .
Nay, tbem. stretcher bearers nnirht
to git the Croy de Oerr, them birds
ougnt to. Hee 'em fetch me back with
them shells biMtin' like it Wss rslnia'f
Ana would they hurry f Not . damu
bit. I koll.r. ... .u J:. I"."!
on or Urey'el (It bust ml mia on the
lome, but that little shrimn suvs for
me to mind my own buainesa. he waa
-srryin' that stretcher Afraid if he
hustled he'd shake mo up and hurt
me sonic. Can you beat tkatf
Two of thein stretchnr licarara
y. M. C. A. buys. What they duiu 1 in
Volunteered for Daly
Volunteered, one of them told me,
aslieii him. He's been workin' nt,
In that dressin' station right where
she's huppenis' ever aims this busted
out. I seen him there. Hain't had hi.
clothes off for a week. I.ooks to me
like he's about ready to crack. But
he's alnavs there with a eiuapetfai
eup of coffee, or a cake of -Wnlat
Now he t.t i44 ...ni..... Ttf-.- .
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stretcher himself, seems aa thmitrh "
"You're next, son," said a lieuien-
t doetor. "Wbere'd you got itt
"111 and a chunk somewhere ia
" f ! I
"Out of luck.'
"Out of luek not hi n. Didn't r
bayonet three of them Germans beforo
they got met Eht Luckl"
rive to One Shot
The story goes that this division was
lied upon to ston the rush of fl
times its number. The atorv f?oa far.
ther and aays thev not onlv atnuned
the rush but caused a movemeut in the
other direction. It waa not an affair
of hours but of days, days of constant,
bitter, band te-hSnd fighting with hor-
sbmoto was paid $1300 for leaving his
Statement by Belser
In an interview yesterday Jack Br 1
ser, manager and president of the Ho
nolulu construction company denied his
company had uned unfair met boils in
Its control of the Moiliili quarry. He
said he bad made a settlement of dif
ferences with Ool. B. R. Rsymoud, the
United States engineer, who is sunooa
ed to be among those who mado com-
Wilaiuts to the district attorney.
utteuer asked in the interview that
the public suspend judgemeut on the
monopoly charge until all the details
could be made public, after he had seen
the district attorney, whirh he was nb
able to do yesterday. He any a he Is
willing that the district attorney shall
have the eompaay books for a full la
restigstioa. . ";
was net thinking of hfike but of Jttk iiii i vapwin-furgoun, irom ner wnne sue was appareatiy ea a letter on rridsy from tier son in
Each passcd.it on. ' . ' . Oame Won't do. These boys are some- sober. He promised te retort home that France, Captain Rupert Orme, of "To
The dressing station wa sm.11 t"1"!? than game, I 've never seen evening, but was deferred from doing .. , .v ir
many muTJSf TutsX Until Th, ft"rt1?!" Iik 1 What ' Wh he te,eP ' bw Tltn ,hf8 ''T"' Vancouver
who were taken in first could bs Tit E" he, inured to suffering and coherent speech showing she hd bees infaatry ' regiment. telHng of honors
euated. You heard groans but amid i?J?wf ol tbf01,,neP. wiIed his eyes, drinking. " '. I that hsd com to him. He had just re
Thtiy ie they're why, damn it all. When Whaley failed to return te his ffitra Ail I a Ws Mi a frr m T .- n A i it u It n rn
Boys Into nefoci
rert edited by the Hue that nb Amort-1' , Y. . , 9 . '
ran .Mlr1bM even been esltcf up 'O mi'tU i ul-', tw,. 'U f
Jr.L' ut 1 ' T,,Jrth -Mah ahd rWortiati Mtp' Silence
flodj had -oven swept it hack for e , P 7 ... ,
little, and they were proud. !. . , r : For - FlV6- YeafS eintf .Thtn
But their- achievement en the fteldt . ' ' C6nfirrft Whalflv's Stftrv i
wee not the great thing that enme Into f . 9fwm wnaicy 8 aiOTy J:
ri'T 5? thT d"?- lu't."!!?1''! ' 'HW r conscience quelms efter
Unt flamed ,. p in their ia ykar. o nilhnce, two witneiMrs,ene
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i ox altruism, or inva ror tne ntaer rei.
nw. Somewhere In that holocaust
tfcw hard-bolk-d kye had gotten it
eSr.L?? .".r',l!TfIi " xr: T
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be forgotten k,f those who witnessed It. ulr of that Sir '
Waai Van .. dtL ' - ; ' ' i,u..' h"b" WhU.,b67a"
, 'ZiZVil ..m Cor.!!0 that their preae.ee X the
rt -Z-i77Z til u
could; it carried chocolate bars.
" ' , . " I"""" TJ company, ana nis woman eom-i.i.The ttaf offieerj ebperotrtly, whs so
rej eot there in that, for two days panion retained ks a- eectet What they 1 excited at recclvlna hia orders to a. II
kew, lnangio On toe Job . WhaWy, who ires employed as the eight well that he forirol to tell his father
- HothaYweat its ms. and it. trucks, Vlrouble'? m.m, from that time nmtil TmUcmUUmSfri If ws. iurt"
It medo eoffee, it brought such freit eu bow.. . . ' V , -hs.rt swte that Mr WTXUSZmT
it could: it carried chocolate bare, Otmtadatat-c Ttnalt.. WirU . ' ',. X!2 vT?1i Woi'.
"Here yesl are, sport,", said hn of But their consciences troubled them as
them, . .coming into the courtyard, they were reminded of the sentence
"HereVa. np of chocolate." , Whaley was eOTving, possibly, because
The boy raised himself, peisf ally on ef their silence and finally the decid
his elbow and reached for the eup ed to make their knowledge public but
the he motioned it away.- (to heep their ideatity .till secret front
-"I haiat hurt much-rand there's a all but the necessary authorities, v-t
lot of jguys here that's meaeed bad. ' The two conscience stricken witnesses, y our years ago, after attending Pua
Yoa haiai got enough te g aroead. told their knowledge to at Horner, who I IhoTtLtoXmV
tweea hie hps, with hia eyes elbecd,
ana tne expressioo oa his dirtr race
i j. V m "
auca a rewara as lew mea eeor
fmmi. i L94. r ' . . , . t . A.k
" nnn-, - no snia soniy
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foy w" brought in with a
broke leg. It bad been an accident
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"nd "ot a wound won In battle. Be had
i .:V- . wj -wvi n uav.
Yo" fir tt nere lesve me hen
B't a chance."
Mpw,, soat time, they had sll
rt Jhis fthing. It had. come to them
Out ef tH flame and crash of battle:
U. h,d baeB "'rie1 to them oa clouds
m ui isiu-
in -tnem through suffering and
through th. sight of. suffering. Th-iy
nere the. same yet they were not Ihe
same. They were not sen tic. vet one
fsncied he could detect
in their voices. But out of the battle
and the, suffering, ao nothing botter
loJ nau.evcr aaown came rn
them. There was utter ignoring of
solf, sad,. it was a thing wonderful to
" ve goi 10 nave a new word in i
il I . , a
Nobody was evor
i . viip man lay insiae on a martreas on
I the floor. His cheat wss rising ud
falling as he struggled for breath.
I "He's on his way," said the doctor
to a Y man who was seting as order
. ly, nurse, assistant, aaything.
J The Y man went over and touched
the boy 'a forehead. I
; ow aoout it, oia mam ne said.
Rlnd of Lonesome
"Kind of loiieaome.
conld ait here till
The Y man sat down and a hand
struggled toward him. He took it and
lu-ld it iu his own, and he whispered
to the boy a moment. Maybe it was a
prayer. Whatever the words, it wits
a prayer. The wounded man lav still.
his hand in the hand of the friond who
had come to him in his Inst dark mo
ment his laat glorious moment. Ho,
was giving his utmost for his country.
The Y nit sat still until the hand
grew limp and lifeless in his own, and
then he moved away to other errands,
for it waa a night demanding much
'rv" c.nrt of the battlefield seems
to be a common commodity; but the
i"iii-(1' to near puiu witnout flinch
ing, to realise the approach of death
without crying out; to reach a moment
when you knoW you must face life
ainimea, wunooc arm, leg,
ttot to cirte laltlvtufage
with despair but.'lsl ianoth
ainimed, without inn, leg, , eye and
e or cry out
other kind uf
courage. But It was there, Not one
man lad it bet it seemed ss if ell
those wounded- bad it it was not the
gnmeneas 'of the bulldog. It was some
thing that had to do with the soul. It
was great neas, it w.s fineness, it was
a thing that eompollfld the watcher to
uncover hia head and stand bared in
They were Americans. Torbaps it
was their, birthright. More likely it
was a new thing! newly bnrn of the
day and the business of the day. What
ever it was, whenever and however
it came, it waa present. This had been
written with repression, with a striv
ing for understatement, with a wish
to tell the truth. The thing waa there.
They brought it. bauk. with them.
"How are you making it, sport t
Here's a cup of coffee."
"You come around to me after
you've giwn some to the boys over
Thoy nerd it.
The! ia whnt waa there. It has rend
something new Into the meaning of
the words American Hokdiov. As the
do"tr said, some new word must be
coined te designate it. It was born uf
battle and agony. .
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t'lmrtrw Bwitw, an gnr boiler eilh
the Wtiiliikn Mill t'onipnnV, Maui, has'
returned from '.the Coast, where be
spent a number of weeks. Ha.sipects
to remsiu a week or two in Honolulu.
a month before "le got smokes a ad hot chocolate tney took step, tc secure his pardoa tegow , Whea the war broke out 1800
when tbev had Tor every man. Oo ahead." frum. i atitcnri of not leas than ten t..j.t. t n - mM
, , : m - 44. , ... . 7 - ' . uu.:n vt I'M! BVIJriV. 7U V VI fiWIf,
in blood and Heneetf I wont be robWn' none of yearn or more than twenty years lm-JmiHtd ti' -tti.
ve Droohesled them ' birds t ' 1 urisonmCBt. At the same time a rirom- th u; 1 1
in suffering . I ise wss made to the two witnesses that . ed .the mariners, n.d would be in
suffering. -j.1 trensrorm- their names would he- kept, anknowa, - Fraaee bow, 'ML it .bed not, beea that
as an at- ed. He My back with a cigarette be- but that ii would bo neeoaaarv for tham , k. , .v.
T; V . . c " """ Jv" ln" woman, auno, mrjpxi nor , vantage ox the epportnnity to "marry
' had ,,' l k. ,4, ,. ompanioa to speak U Whaley, saying a,wife".vbat hie father and many
. and ' to the hospital, son." I she waa certain he wa. ilL .. ; , . friend, here are wondering who .he
ed away.. nonmiut ior tnpse fallows Thea the maa witaose .hook. Whaley. .. lieutenant Woods exnecM to
mai . oari. 1 Just got a busted Din. Iwt he acted aa if ha waa tnivirs of l..-. n. i ' k
Ii. I.nn : i ' . . ... .. r .? .... . .
1918. : UskMi-WnEKUY.i M . ;vr
ri ,f I I in kt i
: RFSf n-15. PAHWI7I
n on womaiia maa ttv
"mm m om woman, ornvm maoe Bill-
isvits which were the prime factrtra la
i r, t. .
I." ,' V vZZ.m i liT 1
C"oZ , Oiks S .1
PP"ber, M1 after be wa. eoavicted
w . mi, ia employ oi iiv.ws-
Ctmscl stirs rinalrr Wins
mm " ..-
, to make affidavit, of what they knew.
OonroboraU WhalCT'e TasUmony .'
. - The effffidavits were corroborative of
Whnley'e claim after- the- killing that
"w . .
two witnesses tell how they weat into
the "trouble" room and saw a man.
- - . . .
leaning out of the window. He paid no
i .ivnaii o iuro mnvm ,mrj, maww
their presence. Then, the maa and wo- 0g; won bis place as aa expert blrd
maa turned around and saw the body man. ' ,' .
of the womaa lying ea the floor. of the
" trouble " room. Frightened by-their ,
discovery the two rushed from th room
end entered a pact to say i nothing of
what they had seen, aa. they felt their
expianaiioo vnn ino teifipnona maa aaa
taken the nurse te see the workings of
the telephone system would not be be-
lievad. and that their onl naea.no from
a scandal waa ailmeo.
Whaler at last recovered his reason
and was instrumental, himself, ia call- t
ing the police. He said afterwards
that be had been estranged from his
wife because of her drinking habit,
and bad not been living at home for
two weeka. hut on the itav of the hill.
ng he received ' a telephone message
home his wife got in a hack and went
' to where he was working. Bhe made
her way up to the "trouble? room,
where she found him cleaning a pistol.
A scuffle must have resulted and the
revolver wss discharged, killing' the
wnmnn, a Hawaiian, wh was a Miss
Andrews before her marriage.
uereiute was weak
At his trial the ouly defense rn.de by
Whaley whs that he Was so distracted
by his wife bees use of her, constant
nigging sad drinking, and also because
nf her visit to him while he was at
work, that he did hot know how she
came to be shot. Tt confirm his state
ments thut he did not know what hsp
pened afte rhis wife entered the "trou
b'e" room, he had no witnesses, evi
dence which the other telephone man
and the nurse could have supplied if
"v had not sworn each other to see-
Tlfese facts were laid before Gov
ernor McCarthy a few days ago, with
representations from Judge W, J. Rob
inson, before whom Whslcy was tried,
that tho introduction of this evidence
-..!$ h.-i-uj hgvo resulted in a dif
ferent verdict.; ' '
Another factor which also greatly In
fluenced the Governor in granting.' a
pardon to Whaley was that a statement
was signed by eleven of the twelve
jurors who convicted Whaley that their
verdict would- not have been 'the same,
if they : hsd had the evidence of the
man and woman to corroborate the de
fendant's testimony and to counter
act the circumstantial evidence upon
w'-'-h he ae found guilty.
The pardon given to Whaley
unconditional one, with full
all hia civil rights.
Not even he may ever know tho
identity of the two witnesses who hsve
secured his release from prison, for
their identity is to be kept an plUclal
tarday after he had affixed hie .Ignore
to the document which makes Whaley
a fioe ma,, again. - .
SAN FBANCIHCO. August In
preparation for the Fourth Liberty
Loan campaign eapected to be wsged
from rVoteinher tH tn October 19 the
nrnixntinn In the Twelfth ' Federal
Keseive District has Down eomtucrea
me nsi or
Oovernor Jnmoa K. Lynch of
ernl district has announced Ihe list or
state chairmen who have formally ae-
rented tbelr appointments.
Following are the state chairmen: U.
.larncu uut fcrgcts
fell To Whom .
Lieut .Palrncr Woods, lrk (vriej
-Interesting Letter Tof HJs
Father But Leaves the Latter
SHir Wonderinr) : "i ; n
Palmer p. Woods he a Sew daughter-
fVkw H kow- hwet girl
" orM. oWeuse lis eon Lieu
JVoods," ft.i write to toll him
h- eUe,ha. hi. word tor it
I hl" TJ "e"ikte- ynl
, heme, of hie bride? Thus, al-
K'hr III MIZ
fr lit tattoo whet to be.
dated at Boston oa. July 28.
Mrs. Woods and her daughters, who
left for the mainland last year to
pay a long visit to Bostoa and see their
son before his trip to Franoe, I. now in
Bostoa, and Mr. Woods states that
they Were emleublodl st. the wedding.
lieutenant woods left Ilonotulu near-
iisNnmr! sinjrM at . wentwonn 4Jni.
I n;. l. v. v.. i .t.i.
1 l", eansnai a,sasmk JBTJ Bva aV7U liauVal1
ed. at four of the big aviation train-
j ing campe of the country, one ia Geor-
gia, iwf in lexa. aaa one in Aussismppi.
Beeently one of Lieutenant Woods'
. i;n.j j i.. '
wvmnmww m mw atiw mmm jmm mrmm fivbwil-
d to .aeort the body back to Boston
j,t ru tilt M 4arltratlT took ad
hephews of Doctor .Hodgins and
E. A. rVtt Smith Fall On
Field of Honor
Mrs. Orme, sister of Dr. A. G. Hod
Kin" who 1b visiting him here, receiv
he had been given his captaiu 's com
mission and where ilng George hud
pinned on hia breast the Military Me
dal) won for gallantry ia action.
Withing twenty-four hours of the.
receipt nf tliia letter, a eablegram came
to Doctor Hodgins yesterday announc
ing the death of Cnotain Orme i" in
tion. He had fallen in the recent drive
io 1'ieSrdy, jtrobably in the fighting
east of Montdidier, where the Canadi
Sna are now operating with the French.
Another son of M,rs. Orme, Clarence,
who is now with the-Hawaiian Pom -
mereial on Maui, was seriously wound-
ed earlier in the war ami discharged
as tcape!tated for further service.
The eablegram received yesterday by
Doctor Hodgihe is thi' second message
of the kind received bv him laat week
an earlier message reporting the death
of hia elder brothor. at Htratford. n
tario, where ho was au hpim-opnl clerv
leair. - ... I t f1 '
Mott-tlmith Lose. Nephew
Word waa also received yesterday
bv K. A. .Mott-Hmith of the dmith in
action of h nephew, Robert M. I.ovett
Jrv, who was kilted on July 3 while
serving wJth the American forces at
Vaat, oa'the Chateau Thierry front.
-"Mewl nf the young Irian's death came
to Mr. Mntt-Hmlth bv mail from tho
'boy 'a parent who reside In Chicago.
Mn,Iovett being dean of the depart
met. of English of the Chicagp Unl
versityr ..-.-. 1
Young .ovett wa just a little more
than twentv-two years old and joined
the army 'Bbflut a year ago, being as
signed to-an inantry regimeut.
Hi Piother wa.. formerly Miss Ida
Mott-Hmih sister of th. Honolulu
anpervisor. iRhe ha lived awnymm
the Islands for years. Young I.ovetl
hj.ce been In Hw)lit).- -
jf01"" VV?, ."" , n V
lth" 0'lm '"n-
nniae liwiw, n. n, n-mr, n-,y.
vadai lid ward Cook i nub 11 m. Portland.
Oreiron: Heber .T,Orant. Palt Lake dtv,
rtah; Joier. Affwajwell, Keattle Vcsh.
meion; i. lenney iw, iiouoiuiu. nn
John A Meflreeor will be chnirm-n
"f ths Haa Francisco rat'iotie Liberty
I.-a Conun'ttee f One Thousand.
No ofarHal i' anneuarement of tho
amount of the fourth loan has been
made.- , r it .
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE OAT
take tAjCATIVB BRDMO fyTJININB
. take LAlCATI V4 BRDMX) ,JVINIMB '
(TaMeU). 0rtfglt'e tVcfllnd taObCy If '
It telle to ' Cttt. , fignatUta Of
... oort-vif 1. - .. 1
nunvifl. .. ... .....
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wtaMurea by tne PARIS MKDICINB
CO.t Bt. Loals, V. B. A. ' , j
1 - , V-' . , ml IIVNk VDilH, ' J VUg, 11 . "
& . . . -
SPEAKING AT HILO
Makes ' Americanism ' and Land
Questions' Two .Chief Issues
tf-.i of His Candidacy i;
Ignores Personalities and -Says
If MbCandlpss, Is, Wanted
To Vote For Him
r Br," Jame II. Raymond, who is seek
ing the nomination for delegate to con
gress on the Democratic ticker, fired .
the opening gun of .(he fall campaign
at Hilo ThUTsdsy night anii delivered
a forceful speech whiehv clearly defines
the policies upon which be will niako
his fight for a Boat In congress.
' Owing to the fact that Doctor Ray
mond had a recurrence of an attack of
grippe and was not able to arrive in
Hilo a week earlier, as scheduled, tho
attendance at the opening meeting of
the campaign was aot large attended as
only a few hours' notice was permitted
for the celling of the meeting after
his arrival in Hilo. , .
. Dr. J. H. Raymond of Maui opened
hia primary campaign against I,. I..
Medindlaa of Honolulu at Mooheau
I'ark last night. An audience of per
haps 150 persons, men and women,
about, equally divided between Hawai
ians and haolea, hoard his address, says
tho Hilo Tribune.
Although tho Doctor is running for
the Democratic nomination for Dele
gate, he eschewed personalis and talk
ed only party generalities. Almost his
only reference to his opponent at the
primaries- was h!s declaration: "If
yon want McCandlosn, . vote for him."
From thnt t point onward , he . spoke
as if he were already nominated and
the contest was ope between him nnd
the Republican candidate, Delegate Ka
laniatmole. Ameticanwrn, cooperation between
Hawaiian and hnnb-s, and hnmesread
5ng were hia main themes. If the Na
tion ia sending its nmnhood to France
to fight for freedom and democracy,
ho argued, then freedom and democracy
Should be fought for at homo. Hnder
present conditions, plantation employes
were little better than serfs.
Asks Trial By Voters
"I want." ho said, "to be plsred
upon trial by the voters of this Terri
tory; consenuently I am here to talk
about myself. I shall sak you to gin
your verdict, without prejudice, on
October. 8 .Of this ,yc,r If Is for you
to decide 'Vhe'ther or' not yon will be
represented by n man of the people.
It is for you to decide to kcp-I i m;m
of ability and experience to WnMns
to.n an vour rcm-eenttive to fight for
you ami your lands."
The case, he said, fell ra'uriMv in'i
twn related problems Ami,ricanim and
public lends. If the people would elc-t
ninn whose platform is Americanism
the bind niesfion vou'd he answe'r-l
antmniitii-nllv in their favor. And th"
land miration must be settled nn n ot
for at. for the penrde. If the bovs sent
from Hin'iiii to fi-.'ht autoein-v would
come buck v here hnt thrv fouylit fur
had been won. Otporwt",. these bo'
v ho r"-e fiuhtinir f"r f -'e"doi c ould
come bTic'i to their liopies nnd be re
nbicrd i'l the ioekatep line of plnuta
ft"c InRtriii-fiin! h:K S'ld'-eni-e in the
m'-t-nl uf vntintr nnd defining frce.do"i
n- domocrpev. Doi-tnr Riivmond Hinted
thjit the conflict between the hnole and
the Ttfi--Ti:nn. which hni alwnys rn-
l... l - i.i.. m .1.. L.-. I.. i i
.ill'i-il I il urn ll I y lor i lie pqii'i-. W'i'll'l
' ontiniip -'s Inn jj nn the H:i - in d-ew
ttte color Ii ti.
j Drr-e Cooperation
! "f'onperate! Do nut d -iuireif
I n""" from te hn-de 1 he will help
I you. " suid the cHiididiite.
- A 1 1 the i'ovr:in t Imnl in tin. Ter
ritorv worth o iiiut is on the l-l-in.l of
Hnwnii, and this island is the li n-e of
I the nour man, Ur. Ravinoml exel.-iiin-l.
I ific exii'sieimj thnt the other is'Hn-li
wn'-. controlled by Centrfilicl inte-ests.
"It is mi to the people of lliii inland
to solve the l:nd ouestion. nnd tn do
ao thev must hnrmoni-e wilh the pres
ent sdini pist rnt inn. " he argued.
rTefecring to homestemliug the se-ik-e-
denied th.'it nnv lecriiintion uhere
bv the n'li'itiitions would be disorsnn
iv.ed or. the Inn'l t.'iHen nwnv from ires
ent holders "s coutnnpbitivl. but la-"H
iirotei-t i ml' Hinnll ow ners must be Missed,
he snid. to prevent subsc'pteut reversion
to Hie inom-ved inte osts.
"If you want vour lands you will
rover get tlt-iu bv voting for .u Rn-
I publienn." he
of the mil
nt nig out of
r lior-unics. "
! nnn, receivinif n tidiil salirv
; of a.)().nHI 11 year, nre being employed
bv tho i.lan'c n to work for them in
Washington, he asserted,
, Blir Men Wanted
j " Mi-r. intolllgent men." he sail,
"should be selcited to do big tnsts.
! 1'resident Wilson hits niiniiiid bi"
j men for big tasks nnd hns declared
! .oUti,-s adjourned. . Tlvere is a cnM for
Men l1nrtv nf.W!..H ul.,.t.l.t l.n hm.-k.
R-t,ning to the l,...d oucstiun, Ic
" Havmn, stated that .eeordlng M
Tmniiun-tinii Officer l(:ilsev 's report,
I 11..,. 1 n... .. 1
,nhori.r, brought heve from other roim
,ri(., Hr KWnil tni. Territory:' He
explnined this na being a result of the
Ipeoote 's inability to get n foothold.
'"Whe-e there is m bind for the peo-i.l'-."
he slid, "there is no anchor to
Declaring that his atutciiients regard
iii; tho fight fur democracy ia France
anil democracy at home was not mennt
toetirliu s'rife. Do-tor Rnvmoud reit
erated his confidence in the Democratic.
hd ministration and tlovenior MivCarthy.
'" Iti hU losing "remarks h reiniaded
J'1" "'"'. Hint their fight,, for .0
lands ia useless na long as they elect
'anda la useless fis long as they
I..dica..a. and added that they
Phouid not be Influenced by the news-
papers oue way or-the other, v . . '