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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913.
THREE i Will Quench That Thirst I EMM FULLY SECURES Special Star-Bulletin Correspondno HILO, August 15. True to his promise. Special Prosecutor Breck ons swore . to another complaint against Supervisor John A. Kealoha Tuesday, this time, charging him with forgery. This makes the fourth charge that has been brought against Kealeha, he now having to answer two embeitlement charges, one for padding a payroll, on which he has i onnvtui in 1 to Alairlpt fffvurt. and for the last, the forgery com plaint. Is also the defendant In a civil suit - . i ,-''-' ;; ' Kealoha was represeniea in us district court, when he -came up for hearing Tuesday, by Attorney Mo Elide, this being the first time be has had an attorney since A- O. Correa represented him In the civil suit. c Brlde waived examination for his cli ent and bond was Axed at $1,000, wnicn . was . luruiBueu , v hchi who is bondsman on some of the other charges. . When Kealoha's case was first ' called Tuesday, morning he had re s. turned to the . supervisor's meeting, his . attorney having secured the con sent of Breckons to let, him appear for. the county law maker. This did not exactly meet the favor of Jndge U'lco nH ha nncfnnnprt action until the afternoon, when Kealoha mas In court 1 -" . .' - The forgery charged against the supervisor is based on his placing of the name of B. Kahoole . on county payrolls, the name appearing for sev eral months during the year of 1912. There is, no such man on the island so far as can be learned and the men whose names appear upon the payroll with this one say no man of the name (' ever worked with them. The com missioners believe this Is one of the most definite cases they have against Kealoha. .. Tmnnii fn TYl ATI f TTrMfAinen have AN mm progressed through the week to such an extent that the charges signed by many Hawaii people will go down to Honolulu today on the Mauna Kea where Attorney" General Thayer will take the initial steps towards getting the matter to the attention of the 'su preme court. Breckons will then - leave Monday for Honolulu to pre sent the case some time next week, ;A Temarkable thing about the sign ers of the charges is that there is sch awlllingnees shown by citizens of the many different races. .Despite the comment that Is being made on the streets that Kealoha Is gaining the sympathy of the Hawaiians be cause he is being arrested bo fre quently, many of the signers of the impeachment charges are - Hawaiians. - . - FRANCE TO RAlSt V PAY OF OFFICERS By Latest Malll PARIS, France, -" A military prob lem which the passing of the three years service bill will render still more acute is the steady decrease In? the number of entries at military col-, leges. Already the army Is short of . 1200 officers and the shortage will be t considerably increased by the forma-, tlon of new battalions. To overcome the difficulty a bill has been intro- duced Into the chamber by M. Etlenne.l tke minister of war. and M. Dumont, Soinnietlhilini The , Colonial -', - ---. ' -is a favorite with some ladies cn account of the height of the heeL Com fort was the keynote with the builder of this shoe. McINERNY SHOE STORE ' '. Fort and Klnq Streets. .." BEST LAUNDRY 1T0RK J. ABADIE, 777 Vt&Z Street LooK AT TIIEJIOTELS ' ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL, Charles P. Parson, Hilo; J. C Right on; Jr, U. S. A.; Wm. Tindle and wf, Schofield Barracks ; .W. H. Hlndle, Castner; R. . L. Lowe. Castner; H. Chlpnier, Castner; A. F. Chase, R. L; S. B. Kingsbury and wf.. Wailuku; J. P. Foster, Pala. Maul Mrs, W. E. roster.. Pa la. Maul. Hiss C. Williams, rai,..aiai. uiruw . iMr 18 .: g . ; uua, uui. , . uiwm iuiv M a tourlst and BHmmer regort are Sli1!71 J to be volced throughout the United ChrisL Llhne; W. Robertson w4 tf, Stltei Canada during the coming SIL2-,?" WrtoJjt A- fan and in 1914. according to a re- MacDonald, . Lahatna; Ceo., Cruifc f read by the secretary of the shank, Waialua; J. IL Peannajrand j promotIon committee at the meeting wf, Pasadena; Miss L. Clough, Pasa- of tnat organi2ation yesterday after dena; R. Heyne, Frankfort, . M.; .' noon. . , During the coming year, says O. Warrington, Chicago; LL Bennett, Ut! reporL ore prominent lecturers t(. S.N.; R. O. Butterfield, S.. S. ever foefore will tour the main- Persia; L. Righter, S. S. Persia; H. R.-iond and talk about Hawaii to thous- Mayer, LeUehua; LL Lear, Leilehua; J. H. Niener, U. S N.; James Keun. U. S. N.; E. SL Barnard and wf, and sen, Laupahoehoe; Mrs,; Marion R. ' arily visit the islands through the me Morgan, Los Angeles; Miss G, Kelso, ;dium of moving pictures and stereop Los Angeles; James Kennedy, Wala ticon views. lua; Geo. Foden, Midway Is,; H. B. , m addition to the large number of teller. Kanuiui; Mrs. m. ware,, san Francisco; Miss . B. Robertson,. Hono- . lua; i F. K. Smith and wL . Sydney, N. 1 S. W.I C. Ginaca, ManuawaiL.P. Phil- lips, Maunakea; B, M. Atkinson, U. J 8. A.; Mrs. A. Mitchell. U. 8., A.; LL twin, lecturer for. the Southern Pacifle Price, U. S. A.; A. E. St Todd, Kahu- J Company, and from O. P. Austin, sec ru, E. F. RIggs, U. S.-A.; C. Parker, Jretary oi the National Geographic So ti. S. A.; J. A. Cooney and wf.. Hilo; ciety at Washington, D. C, asking for eL II. S. A.; C, R. Lyle, U. S. A.;: T. ' Mclntyrew U. S. A.r P. McLaughlin, ! Joseph H. Ellert, Leilehua; J. H.i Swanner, U. S. A.LJimes Clarey; C . K. Stillman; Tbos kTw: Pratt; l. EL Usanu, Wash.; C. B. Miller and wr 1 Duluth; Eng. Callotz, Paris; H. Ntf of new scenes and also further Infer Weinberg. N. Y.; J. S. Wilson, U. S.f matioa, JWr. Austin also- requests ad- A. Mrs. K. S. Snow, Schofield; R. Ir- win. Local; CapL J. S. Greene, Hono-J sure to be the recipient of an in tulan; H. G. Purcell, Watertown; M. creased amount of publicity during ts. Mooney. local: R. L. Maxwell. Lei- the next year, and will doubtlessly lehua: Miss J. R. Bella vs. local: L. I Aaron, San Francisco ; H. G, Smart . and wf- local: H. W. Rico and wt.t rata; Mrs. B. M. Bond, Kohala. HOTEL AUBREY, HAUULA. ? ' Mr and Mrs. W. IL Stuart, Mrs. A. Raseman, Mr. and Mrs. O. U Swexey and son, W. A. Raseman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis. Jr Princess Kawananakoa, Miss E. Dunn, T. J. Fitzpatrkk, C. D. Famson, Miss Tulloch.,Dr. N. B.. Em erson, MlssTIola E. Mutch, Miss Dor othy Mutch, Honolulu; Major and Mrs. Cruikshank, LL Rehkof f Schofield I'.arracks; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Young, Washington, D. a; Mrs. H. F. Stew- art, Pasadena, CaL ; ? ; ; ,,- TH E B LAI SD ELL. '': ;-: Mr. and . Mrs. Wm. Winsley, CapL and Mrs. J. H. Bryson, Hilo; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Noot, Castner; Mrs, R. Caruthen, Mrs. C B. Camp. Walahole; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. BrodJe,' Kansas; E. Larson, Schofield: F. E. Elliott. Maui; H. J. Cushing, Mrs. A. B. Roose, Manila;;. Mr. and ... Mrs. A. Schmidt, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. IL Ousten, San Francisco; Kim San Eun. Shang hai. . "; ;. ;' minister of finance, , increasing' the pay of officers both In the arniy and the navy. - ' . -r - ' The expenditure involved if the bill becomes law amounts to 63,100,000 francs, divided up as follows: Army, 50,600,000; navy, 9,030,000; . colonies. 3,450,000. . It Is hoped by these means not only to. encourage young men to enter the services as a profession, but to prevent officers from leaving the army to fill better-paid posts. " mm .. " . -' '' 8TAR-BITLLETIJJ GITES TOTJ TODAY'S NEWS TODAY ; In -Tan WE ARE SHOWING, Ladies1; r In fine tan leather maud' on a new last that gfves 1. an ill-shaped foot the ap' pearance of beauty. ; AXD DRY CLEAKIXO ': Prop. Thane lit for the Trade-Mark AIMERS 10 LEW OF THE ISLANDS The merits of the Hawaiian Islands Iands of persons, and. In addition to "the Jectures, those hearing them, will the rive .the ooDortunitv to temoor lecturers who have been furnished with material and. data for addresses descriptive of Hawaii, letters were re- celved on the last steamer by the nromotion committee from J. W. Er- be used in lectures which they will give in the near future. Mr. Erwln already has 200 lantern slides and 2000 feet of motion pictures, but has requested the committee , ito furnish him ,wit 200Q feet or additional nun ditlonal films and slides. Ilawan la have marked influence on the tourist travel to pie islands. i'he committee received a commu- nlcation from L. J. Warren saying that he has accepted the nomination as chairman of the finance committee of the. 1911 Floral Parade and Mid .Winter CarnivaL . Among other busi ness, the committee decided to have published from 100,000., to .200.000 new folders as soon as the present edition is off the press. The demand ( for these folders has been bo great that the committee - feels that" It should lose no time in .having printed an ex tra large . supply. .It was concluded that the specifications for the paper on which is to bevprintcd the 1914 Floral . Parade and Carnival posters, wiU stand as first mentioned, that is, 80-pound Albion book paper or paper of a similar quality. ? ' j " Although the territorial grand Jury indicted two men late yesterday aft ernoon, it is regarded as likely that only- one of them ever will face trial. William Marshall, Indicted for murder In the first degree for the killing of Charles R Guertler early last Sunday morning at Madam PuahJ's hula res ort, undoubtedly will go to trial. ,V Put William Pohlman, indicted on a charge of seduction preferred by a Portuguese woman, Is enroute to Van couver, B. .C, and pelther the territory nor the county is said to possess the funds to extradite him and compel his return. That no such attempt will be made Is doubly certain,-it is said, be cause the woman has freely confessed she will not prosecute him if he mar ries her. : :.':V -' City and County Attorney Cathcart said this, morning the charge against Pohlman would become void automat ically if be married the complaining witness. He said he did not think she possessed sufficient funds to pay for the extradition and that . therefore Pohlman likely will not come back, except of his own volition. ' 1 The grand jury examined two wit nesses in the Chalmers case yester day, but has been , excused until Tues day afternoon. At that time it is thought the actual work on the auto mobile accident affair will be taken up in earnest "-''; ARMY MARKSMEN DOING V FINE SHOOTING IN THE TRIALS AT FORT NIAGARA A bulletin from Fort Niagara, New York, where the army rifle competi tions are being held this year, has leen : received ;- by the : Inspector of small arras practice for the Hawaiian department. Lieutenant William G. Ball. It . shows that some excellent scores have recently been made, and argues well for the success of either the Infantry or cavalry team at the rational shoot at Camp Perry this month.'; V;-a ':-. ; - :,- '-'. :::. r In a recent preliminary trial shoot, in which sixty men took part, the high man, who happened to be a eommis- sioned officer, had a score of 447 out of the nosslble 500. while the sixtieth man had 314. The first 23 men scored better than 80 per cent. ; . ; ; , CHARGES ARE FALSE SAYS (Continued from page one) ing; but his statement today will be followed by one in detail early next week. ;-.vv y r ;-; Answers Each Charge. ; The eharges made by Senator Coke fall into three general divisions, and Wise today briefly answered each. The first is that Wise made a profit of fifty cents per typewritten page on the typewriting of the journal by simply turning over to a stenographer at twenty-five cents a page the typt writing fer which he .received seventy-five cents a page, and i that to make an' exorbitant profit only a few words were put on a page. The second charge is that "all sorts of worthless records" were put in the journal to swell Us size and, Increase Wise's profits. U v - The third charge is that while the senate apprppr)Hted 17 1-2 cents per printed page for proof reading. Wise paid the proof-reader more than $100 less than what he was entitled to. Wise is not inclined to take seri- Lousty Coke's attack upon him '-'He says he ;,thlnks it is c due party 10 politics and partly to other motives and while . he resents the charge of dishonesty, he talks as if Coke will see the matterinuch differently when explanation ismade. . '. Wlss Statement. '. - ' In his statement this morning Wise safd: '. . - -. -.-. : .. ', ... 'Senator-Coke's attack goes deeper than appears . on the surface. .V 1 1 am not yet ready to take up this element, but 1 will say that he wishes to dis credit me. For the time being I shall let the animus of the attack go and right now speak on the merits of the charges he has made. "In the beginning, it is evident that S r. v- t' Senator Coke has not fairly interpret ed the, meaning" of .the resolution ni der which I was authorized t do the ' i aa ltZ ricA tan -ii Port Shafter. hat is .now; stationed at crctlon 1 was given .and alsoj he P8j;,Fort Mott, New-Jersey The family 25? fftinhoffi wJ rted to follow the father , to Slme8"m7Se -Sntr the senate! ici-'ij?! KSiH 2S? authorized and directed to proceed to 1L. J T m .a M Inll compiling. Indexing , and clerical duties t be performed after 'the ad - journment of the legislature.' .' Had Many Duties j , 1 ; f Taking; up the' first1 charge that of making an exorbitant profit on the typewriting, I wpl say : first that the actual typewriting is worm less tnan the1 other work that has to be done Lalong. with it To get oat the senate journal I had, first, to look after the typewriting; second, to do a vast amount of comparing that Is, going through the original records and com paring them wjth the typewritten cumyij ui jwimi-.we. raw ui pa-acre9 timdthy and clover, 46.000,000 luent was xed, was t get 75 centsacres or wheat animore than 100,000. per typewritten page and t should be ooa acres of corn. Of - the 5.000,00 emphasized that it is explicitly stated 'acres under alfalfa only 218,090 acres such compensation to be In full for rffh,a rrrtn PPI ,rovll Mnt nt th Mia- pages which Is jilitricatCi and detail Pleta the Job early la the week, after work; third,, to Inaex the Journal, 'which he will begin the rclean-upM of which means reading It at least twelve!01 executive chambers and the re times through to. follow bills through of;personal documenta and be their various phases; land " fourth, I had to prepare- the entire Journal mat ter, for filing away in the archives. . "For this latter work alone the clerk of the house was employed twen-1 lhi MS8I0D at J1S. d.Itl undersuma. "No ExorbiUt Pronts.", - "I employed a, stenographer to typewrite the pages 'at 25 cents a pager,; All the rest pf the work, com paring. Indexing, . and preparing for the , archives, I did for the L remaining fifty cents. ,1 want to say that the typewriting was one' of the simplest parts of the task. -V - ' ' . "So Tnueh for, 'exorbitant profits'. As to the . triple, spacing, It should be said ,that , l.foUowed.Uie stykj ojC' the bills as they aje , compiled ;san&: also that if, the., lines. . shojold,: be crowded on the page, ( wouhj bei, charged con siderably more by .the stenographer and my share cut down to nothing I am perfectly ; ready for entire publi city on this point .and stand by my statement .that my. profit, was not an excessively large' one. , The next charge is that I insert ed all sorts of extraneous and worth less matter in the Journal., "Not one bit xof .matter can be shown that was not brought before the senate,5 and which the public should not have access to in the print ed record of the senate proceedings. The members ; of , the : senate Vthem selvs insist on a great dear of mat ter going in that does not seem of much value, yet' it makes clear their own attitude on legislation and other matters. The senators on the other islands, who have ; not access to the original records in the archives, par ticularly like for the journal to be a full record of senate . proceedings- I weeded out a good deal myself. But what : goes Into the Journal is not much within my uiscretion. There was a large amotfnt , of matter dur ing the recent session that had. to be incorporated because it arose in sen ate proceedings, and bears on import ant points." . -: More Than One Proofreader. "The third charge is that I grafted in connection 'with the. proof-reading. it is stated that wniie I got $286 for the proof-reading, the proof-reader himself, Lester Fishel, got only 8150 of this. ; . - ;:: ; Tne resolution under which I was employed says: "The said clerk or the senate be and he Is hereby author-; ized to hire such proof-reader or proof- readers as may be necessary to com-; plete the publication of said jorrnil, whose compensation - shall be-17 1-2 cents per printed page. "it was left to my discretion what proof-readers I should, employ .""Mshel had hardly more than start ed reading proof about tha second day, I - think, when Tony Marcallino, LOCAL MP GENERAL 1 The Honolulv Oil Company at Taft, Cal.. has No. 4 well on section 8. 22 24. in aeain. after some time spent in cleaning out v F. M. Swanzy this morning was ap pointed guardian of the property in Hawaii, of Julie Grinbaum, who is de tained in California as an, Insane per son. The guardian's bond was fixed at $450. , . : ' : . - A meeting of the mercaants asso ciation will be helo In the rooms ol the association, rswng hotel ' build- ine. at half-oast three o'clock Tues day afternoon. Questions of local" In terests will be . brought up for dis cusslon: r .-; ' ,-; ' "' .. - - .. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Glade entertained a number of their Triends at an tm promptn dinner at the Pleasamton ho tel last evening, those present being J. F. Hackfeld. Mr. and Mrs. O. Rod iek, Mr. and Mrs. Kiamp, Mr. and Mrs li. P. Wilder. Mrs. Mist. Mrs. Meier and Mr. and Mrs. Giade. ' . . . --. ;- ; The Japanese , consulate buildings on Nnuanu street are rapidly nearing completion: and will be ready, for o cupation by the end of the month. One of the buildings will be used as a . residence for the consul, and his family while the other will be given to offices for the consul, and the mem bers.of his staff. . ,.. -. .. . A large delegation of local Chinese merchants is in attendance at a meeting being held in the Japanese Y. M. C. A. this afternoon, the occa sion being the changing of the name of the Tong Ming secret society, .Upon receipt of a cable from Pekin, offi cers of the local society bearing that name -were authorized to change it to Kwock Ming Tong, and under the new name, the society ceaseB to be .secret, Funeral services over the body' ' of Henry Wieber, the 3-year-old son of Sergeant and Mrs. H., Wieber. who died at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, . Ml V . 1 1 J m . r,;t r j 'w" "c "cluro,UI,ci vf 8fc Kf " establishment at 3 o'clock this after noon. Interment to follow in the Nuu anu ; cemetery. Sergeant Wieber was formerly with the hospital corps at OIC jjiuwu ill luv V Liiirzn etwica luua as compared with 1 about 50,000,000 gissippi river. Nearly 100,000 acres ;ftf fiifaifa.. or one-fifth of. the enUre area, are grown in the state of Kansas alone. In the rank of States growing alfalfa. Nebraska is second, Colorado third, California fourth. v ' ; Governor Frear ; probably will com plete his annual report next week. All departmental and , other reports arc hnajly ii his possession, and most or them have received his attention, much of the annual report being al ready in final form, Unless other af fairs interfere he expects to com- longings to nis ownvnorae auu uunx. He is ready to welcome the next gov' ernor at any time; When Secretary Mott-Smfth walked soberly into the ex ecutive chamber and silently shook fi- I?! S!S7. a."r. iVl UlCU &1A1AA iuav J tirit ua ,.. sixth anniversary of, their Incumbency in their respective territorial oAJpes. : Under the chaperonage of Miss Iwa lanl Ripley, a party of students of Oahu College is hiking around the is land, having; left Honolulu . Wednes day morning. The first night was spent at the Morgan home on ac count ot the-rain,-but from there on the hikers have spent the nights In the . open. They have ignored : all tempting feasts spread out before them by hospitable persons along the route, and are doing their, own cook ing. Through telephone, they .report ed yesterday that fair weather is pre vailing, that a . general good time is being had, and that they, expect to return to Honolulu some time tomor row; morning.V The party t includes Miss Iwalant Ripley. Miss Mildred Chapln, Miss Inez Gibson, Miss Ger trude Ripley, Miss D.V Noble, Ralph Gray, Wright Henderson, Leroy Rush and John O'Dowda. for the Paradise of the Pacific, came to me and drew my attention to a large number of mistakes in Fishel's work and I immediately saw that Fishel was doing poor work. -1 wa3 forced to employ W. J. Coelho also as proof-reader and in addition to that I re-read all the proofs myself. I paid out more. than $300 in cash for the proof-reading. Coelho was paid and so was Fishel. I mads nothing on this, and I did a great; deal , of the proof-reading besides. - "I. notice .that Senator Coke says that; a number of Important vouchers are gone and speaks of my desk being broken open. I don't know anything about the desk being broken open, but the vouchers weren't in the desk any way. They were and are now, I sup pose, in their proper place among the archives. Every voucher will be found there. .;'o:- . 'v ',;.'. "Senator Coke must prove these charges or publicly admits that they are false. Senator Cecil Brown was i r r . . , . . heard before 1 at somethingwras dewing and told him all the facts, I Know " naa euure couuueuui ire and I appreciate it - Wise said this morning that he does not consider it necessary for him to employ an attorney. "There's nothing against me but these foolish charges and I only Insist on full publicity- that-will prove everything I say,' states. ; - ; : ' : - he - Q mmssM -SCHMITZENGOBBEr " 7XT CP MSif(7S CI VN 310W ! swpitmutcumx firm no n I V 'THS WESTERN UNION "''in H WW! M UIMU y Dress that boy so that and he will cultivate he grows older. ' a third, twenty-five, making a total of sixty-four signatures.. But the charges set iorin in eacn are taenucai ib iurm and fact to those in the others. The three will , be bunched in one group, and filed as one petition. - : Seven articles, or charges, are set forth. In general, they accuse Ke aloha of "malfeasance, misfeasance nonfeasance and maladministration in , office," and pray that be be removed, j The gist of the charges has been pun- J lished from time to time, as the vari ous accusations against Kealoha have become public ; - , . - . For instance, the first article direct ly accuses him of malfeasance in ' falsely, certifying and. approving for' payment, on June 6, of a claim against the county in favor of David Mattoon for the sum of $50, for services pur porting to have been given the county during twenty days of May, in Mat toon's capacity .; as road overseer at North Hilo; as a matter of fact, th article avers, vMattoon rendered no such service. ;'. The second count is based on a sim ilar claim filed in Mattoon's favor June 6 for $21, for services as road over seer, purporting to, have been given tor ten days In May. Article No. 3 takes up the $65 Mattoon claim certi fied by Kealoha April SO for. Mattoons pervices during the month of April, and Article No, 4 discusses the day wage f $o.50 alleged to have been arawn : for Alfonso Marques. The remaining three articles take up simi lar charges, the nature of which has been published from -time to time. The signers are R. W. Filler, H. M. ieonard, Aug. Pereira Aguiar, M. Cai- to, u F. Peterman, R. Blum, E. A. May, F. ,M. Mendansa, A. J. Watson, J. A. Tamedafc Andrew Oliveira Har ry Asan. Manuel Aflague, W. L. Keel- en, J. Kekela, NekL Joe Peter, Alfred Fragas, H. : L. Helbush, S. S. Desha, Z. Nahauila, II. B. Elliot,' Dr. Leo. L. Sexton, George II. Williams, George A. Cool, Henry W. Kinney, M., M. Springer. J. C Moclne. Klaalna Aki, N. K. Klaaina, J.. W. Hapai. OIkl a Ahnanui, J. Kaanaana Puuihale, B. i Kilohanoi. H. Ilanaloa, J. K. Keliia, Kamae, Moke Lalakea, Chas. Kalama, ' PTankM. Anderson, Louis Neves Jr William McKay, Geo. M. Day J. 1L Barron. R.T. Guard. A. Correa, H. D. Corbett, Manuel S. Neves, M.. S. Cor dero, Joaqulm Ldbes,r John F. Fujii, W S. Wise, E. N. Deyo. J. D. Kennedy. J. A. M. Osorio, J. E. Schubert . IL K. Kellner, J.i E. Hime, E. W. Barnard, ienry R, Lee, , D., Thaanum, V. II. vicars and Adam Lindsay. B'll ARE SHOT Ey Latest Ma ill ; ; NEW V ORLEANS. Refusing to go below decks whea ordered by the first officer. Nelson L. Proctor, as the ves sel neared the city, twenty-six Chinamen- aboard the Southern Pacific steamship, Com us started a fignt cn the forward deck this morning, and before the melee ended one Celcraial had been shot through ; he lungs, aui probably fatally won;;Icd, another shot in the left arm. and two others badly beaten. Proctor was al& bad ly bruised.- !. "-.-.' ' The battle .waged fifteen .minutes, and caused alarm among the bis liat cfpassepgers the Comus wasbr!ng ing down from New York. It took sev eral ship's officers to subdue the re bellious Chinamen, and a numbe- of shots , were fired. When the ship reached port, however, the Chinamen were safel locked In theJ forecastle, and were not releasd - until a guard pf local police had arriyed at the wharf to preserve order. - Sjwo I,.. .. i n i.,t M V racii;,iGiT . ; ARTICLES ARE ; : RECEIVED HERE (Continued from page one) CHINESE REBE PiCKLE50ULZ AJyxrfAT DmWG TO CLOSE! 1 TELEGRAPH CCPANY CACk UMCt TO MX TMt WOIHJ he will respect himself the good clothes habit Z3 V : v ' ' A moonlight dance will be given 1 the management of the 'Waikikl 1: tonight as a fitting climax to the r and polo meet The usual invito; to all friends and well-wlsho.-r the Inn is extended. advertlsenicr lno-llll Fort Street IIonoIttluN Largest Exclaslrs Clothing Store Cbarsre Account InrltetL lVeclly and loathly : Payments. After Yon Take the Picture Let us attend to the rmissy rfs - tails of 1 - , Printing and Dev eloping With our. modern devices and methods, ; and with " workmen ; who, are sympathetic with the , work, you will be very pleised with results provided, of course, there 13 something on the film or plate. Hoholnlu Flicto Supply Co., Lt. "';. Fort Street "Everything Photographic" ! 1 ! t $4.50thePair Ladies' Gray Top Button Boot This boot is made on new last with a broad, rounded toe, medium Cu-. ban heel, vici kid vamp and GRAY CLOTH TOP. Very dressy : for street wear. . ? .. - - 1 Bring ts your repairs , if you , ; want good and prompt service. . ManufactTirers, Shoe Co., Ltd., 1031 Fort St, Honolulu. DAIEAT ) ;