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Korea. Jan. 22. r a. r.x Ventura, Jan. 23. Fre VanceiTer: Makura, Jan. 28. For YanresTrr: Niagara, Jan. 27. livening Bulletin. Et. 1S82. No. 5758. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XXI. No. 6798. 12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21. 1014 13 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 TERRITORY CRESSATY DEAD; Secretary McAdoo Who is tin Hunt For Revenue Collector IS ESCAPED BY TERM CAUSE OF OF BIG SUM COTTRILL'S AX M I HIT plxii . " i . i ELECTROCUTION INDETERMINATE PLANS SAVING MAYHAVEBEEN ATOVN HANDS NARROW MARGIN ; Treasurer Conkling Makes c uw'.iu nyuicd onuwiny ca- ffy penses Cut About V PERIOD COVERED IN J REPORT IS 18 MtfNTHS Retrenchment Policy Meets vyitn Cooperation from Hsads of AH Departments Something between 1266.000 and $500,000 will.be aaved to the territory In the next 18 months hy the policy of retrenchment which the heads of departments have s mutually agreed 'upon, following the advice of former Governor Frear and the suggestion of Governor Pinkham since the latter has taken an active hand in administrative affairs, ' . . :-" '.- Treasurer P. U ConkUng made these j figures - iuM ' oday,- as. a result of the estlmat .om derartmenjt heads which .he c... d for, 6me time ago. Not all departments have completed their estimates of the probable - ex panses and the savins they may make InTthe ensulng18 months by cutting ( 'down where efficiency will not be af ' fected, but those of the health depart ment and th c treasurer's department, which have 1 on finished', show that a raving of J l '.CO In each of these two ,rf.lranches can Le. effected and with (U-'out seriously impairing efficiency. In addition, . the treasurer ? figures that ; approximately f 66.0C3 can be aaved in. the school . department, it also is barely possible, he belle cs, that some saving may.be effect el h to public V works department, altl. . ; .i tbe esti ' mate of that Irtr t-u he r.ct ! en com pleted and the Cs-re, vLca adduced, may not be so great r.s in tome other branches. The lar. I c'Tnrtment has not been heard fr - yet These are the " provided for by tbe i ation bilLtb attorn t ! reaches I tor and otbr :-artnu..t.s, not having comparative!. : vy expense accounts. . - While. the dc; ' :r.t cf .agriculture and forestry will l.ve control of fcome large expenditures la tbe, 'next, 18 v months its r: y cctrts principally fronf, special or appropriations. V In compliance, with Treasurer Conic ling's request Dr. J. S. B, Pratt, presi dent of the health board, has finished the estimate for his department for . . the 18 -months ending in ,May. 1913, and . has ' submitted, it to ' the treas urer and the governor. The treasur- er's estimate also haa been finished. js. isdcel 3iiic;;g After an Absence of -15 Years Louis Stevenson Returns to visit in Hawaii Is Author of Note Herself Widow of Famous Novelist May tome to Honolulu During fJext Few Months Visitor Misses King Kaiakaua : N'hen there was a Hawaiian king ; and native aristocracy here in Hono lulu, U gave, a background of romance to the place which is lacking In this modern, more prosperous civilisation. "' The people In this city today, who see only the few Hawaii? -,s who have re; tired to private life, to to, speak, have no idea of the i:;. :r. Licence of the days gone by", . ' After an absenc c f more than 15 "yeara, Mrs. Iscbel Strong, step-daughter, of the J&r- :: 3 Robert Louis Ster enson and art; - cf that widely read book "The CIri f:c :i Home haS.re , . turned-to Hor.o.'u e: i intends to re main here indefinitely ca the guest of A one of her c! J est friends, Allan. Her fj. bert,! and t!s iarally. ; Fifteen years has wrought n:any. changes in-Honolulu, atlll J! r?. Strong,: although she , : haa been.hcre lut iv?o. days, still rec-'- ognlxe8 many cf the familiar places which she vkitc 1 nd learned to love, as did Robert l-iouls Stevensoxi, during her initial visit r.cre,,-in. spite of the ' ; ' ear and tear of time, upon them. " -,That Mrs. 1 Robert Louis Stevenson may yet visit Hawaii this spring was . Iqtlmated ,by Mrv Strong this morn tog when ecn . nt Mr. Herbert's resl , ,dence. - Prior-to Mrs. Strong's depart V . pre JorvHonolu!; rcporta of ttortns on 1 Tie Pacific were scattered ; broadcast 7 over California, and Mrs. Stevenson 7 ' lelt that, although she is ia the best Vof health, it would be beat for her to Vjw ait until the storms hsd subsided. . :"I believe that I miss King Kala 'V kaua and the, bthef members of 7- joyalty more 5 ban anything else," t- ald Mrs. Strong aa, during an Inter : ' view, she recalled ; memories of the o)d reslme." .""I ram glad that tbe 'oar- v row streets-have not been tampered J. 1th, . for. It make the city look all the " mere "like the Honolulu of old. ALL SIZES. ' 4aMwaMiw ' H. EV HENDRICK, LTD. 'Phone 2619 Merchant & Alakea Sts. Local Real Estate Man Found in Room with Empty Carbol ic Acid Bottle Near Bed BUSINESS REVERSES MAY HAVE CAUSED SUICIDE Physician and Coroner Not Sure Whether End Came from Natural Causes P-echard Cressaty, a stockholder in the Cressaty Company in which his wife owns a half-interest, formerly a real estate man, and for four years resident of Honolulu, was found dead this morning at his cottage. 2011 Kills rofld On the rirenser. a few fpit from th heA on which he lav. a rorhnii. .rM vial a h!fumntjd hot- tle of wine, a wine glass and a tumbler Nin fw Hmn- win and The discovery of-Cressaty's death Lwas made by a Japanese maidservant .v. via wmvm n him kv- i.nn, u. w.. rf.fcw:r.rri ,w :;r V.ll'.1t S:, limp. 1 w a LtUCOO 6 1 UOUCU IIW." the cottage and notified Mrs. H. Do- monL whose husband owns a half-in tereat In ; the Cressaty Company, and M rs, ' Dumbnt at once telephon ed to Dr. George Herbert, who arriVeu by 8 o'clock. ' ,. .. . The physician made a quick exami nation, but found no traces of carbolic acid on the mouth, throat, or tongue of the dead man. However, the pres ence of the carbolic acid vial and Jhe tumbler with ; some ; of the acid and wine in It were sufficiently suspicious, he said, to - cause him to notify , the police, . Deputy Sheriff and Coroner Rose, on being notified, hurried to the cottage of deceased, and made' an ex amination also, both of the body and the suspicious evidences which point to suicide as. the ckuse of Crcssaty'a death.' "- ' ' - :. V : i . . - Dr. . Herbert i and -Deputy- Sherifi Rose vere In accord In. expressing treme doubt on the ; anicide -theory, They both gave At - as their opinion thst death- was from natural causes probably heart " trouble'. : - Neither . of them ccuia Tina where caroonc acia had , touched ' the mouth of -CreBsaty, It was only, the presence of it in the room, particularly In the tumbler, that promoted In their minds the ; theory of . Iclde., Even f, if. the acid were diluted with wine. Dr. Herbert pointed out, ; it " would, leave marks on the tongue, mouth and throat; the patient (Continued on page three) sishs the Stepdaughter of Robert Thethought that upon my arrival here 1 would face broad boulevards and wide streets nearly frightened me. It seemed so good to see. old -Dia mond Head aswe came Into the har bor : I nearly wept from the very Joy of it Jtvwas like meeting; an? old friend. They have bored all, sorts of holes through the mountain, but thank heaven they cant, change its outline v ' "And there is another thing which they cannot change; that is the cli mate. I still believe that the Royal Hawaiian hotel, with its tropical foil age and. the broad lanais on which we used to dance, is the prettiest, one of Its kind In Honolulu," she Continued As she-talked, Mrs. Strong recalled incidents of the reign of Kalakaua and of the . tlme when the stranger . was cordially - welcomed to HonolultkIn a manner which at once brought out strongly her gifts as a vivid conver sationalist she related incident after Incident which are remembered only by those kamaainas who lived them and today rejoice in the memory. "And do you know, it was while I was in Honolulu that I found out I was the greatest actfess in the world." she went on. Vou see, in those days, although there was an opera house here, there were very few companies visited Honolulu, and the residents used to get up amateur performances which, fortunately, I had the oppor tunity to take an active part in. When these performances were given, every body flocked to the theatre. The king was there with his retainers, in an elaborately decorated box, and the of ficers from the warships In port at tended, all in gorgeous uniforms. In fact, everybody, who could, came out in magnificent style. The gallery was always given over to the sailors who happened to be in port "Applause was the thing which fas cinated us act')'-! aud actrerses the most. No matter who cane on the stage, whether the lea-lin' character or the ingenue, t,e r j -..a r.'imd ly greeted. If a ?:v;ir sai l, i h.-i (Continued on pase four) ilY RULED THESE ISLANDS jQhn K. Peters, Thrown from Pole When Large Voltage Passes Through Body FALLS DISTANCE OF 60 FEET TO GARAGE ROOF Apparently Lifeless Form Rolls to Street Condition Not Be lieved To Be Serious Escaping a horrible death from elec trocution by the narrowest margin this morning, John K. Peters is now an inmate of Queen's hospital, a vie , i'.ire of a fall of 60 feet, from tbe top of a new pole being installed at the corner of Hotel an.l Alakea strts hv tbe Hawaiian Electric. Comnauv. a cement sidewalk helow White Peters is declared by the physicians to b auffrine fmm intpmai ininripa I-oondltion was at noon today nro- ! nounced to be favor-able for a speedy t recovery, I nr irrpn .-iiu nnn 1IMH) voira or PlfT- hrlml current naKiuxl throneh the hodv or PetPra V. d-na-M frm-aaWe man could be found for the place. i a T.x lm hi.rin on th R, - ' - a --- r- lrt, crashed to a galvanized 1 iron roof of an automobile garade, and then, ap- parently' lifeless, rolled to the ground. The man was engagedwith others in,the InstallaUon of a new pole, and the changing of wires, many- carrying, "epuuncan senators nave rawea u a high volUge of death-dealing cur:lnsan that all federal officials should lent Peters was repeatedly warned be permitted to serve out the definite concerning the wires to be avoldcl m mavinir th transfer. His companions were horrified, and; mnarentir daEPd'for a moment fol- lowing Peters stepping upon a wire eg heavily charged that it immediate ly Ignited ; the leather of his shoes. A 4 sickening odor of buring flesh brought bis fellow workers to a reali tation of Peters' awful plight. The attempt to catch him as he dropped from the crossarm failed, however. ' The police fast wagon was calloi. and -Peters was taken to the hospital iror".sd)pe. time after his fall he remained unconscious. ' His burns are nqt'.consldered serious. Attorntjy J. A. Magoon on Be half of Colored Soldiers Finds That Territorial treasurer Will Not Allow Organization to Sell Liquor Territorial Treasurer D. L. Conk ling has again denied a social club! license to the colored soldiers of, the 25th Infantry, this afternoon . return ing to Attorney J. A. Magoon the $100 check sent ..by. the latter with the proposed articles of incorporation of the clut. This is the second Attempt made by the colored soldiers to ob tain, a club license for a so-called or ganization of this character which they desired to establish in a resi dence district of Honolulu. The first attempt -was to establish a club headquarters . in a house on King btreet; the latest is to obtain oermission to conduct a similar es- uhlUhmoni nn Rerptunia street, near ciiiip 'club kmi the Queen's hospital. The treasurer ! wlh specific powers delegated to it, said today that the club -evidently had.amonS the Powers being the right to anticipated his action, having already sP summarily the exhibition of a taken possession of a house on what. is known as tbe Schmidt homestead 1 his is in a neighborhood or nomes. and one man who lives near the houte already has complained to the treasurer of the manner in which the club is being conducted, at the same time begging him to deny it a license in the interests of the nearby resi dents. Attorney Magoon sent the applica tion for the license to the treasurer Monday, enclosing a 1100 check for payment of its club taxes for six months.-up to June 30 next. The ap plication is denied on the argument that the proposed institution is not a regularly organized club, and that its prime intention is to sell liquor to its members. He cites one provi sion of the proposed club's charter, which sets the club dues at 10 cents a montn, declaring 11 aoes nov seem reasonable that the club could meet necessary expenses with such low dues. Practically all regularly organ ized clubs charge at least 1 a month in dues. Attorney Magoon applied for a li cense for a club some weeks ago and was denied. He warned the treasur er then that the latter had no author ity to take such action. Virtually the same men appear as charter members of the new club, which is given the title of the Social Service Club. The king of Roumanta is seriously ill. He is childless and if he dies the throne will revert to his nephew. The present king has ruled since 1881. President Emeritus Eliot of Har vard opposes the idea of old age pen sions as being "demoralizing and enfeebling." Collector of Internal Revenue Easy to Reach by Hungry - Pie-Counter Horde STACKABLE APPEARS TO BE SAFELY ENTRENCHED Southerners Declare Open War on Negro Office-holders and Administration Concurs By C. S. ALBERT :v; Special Sux-Bullrttn Correspondence WASHINGTON. D. C Jan, 9. Charles A. Cottrill. collector of inter nal revenue for the territory of Ha waii, has been chosen as one of the to'tarlr victims for the "Patronage? Jug gernaut'' The matter of his sueces- for was . being discussed in whispers Dy treasury department officials oe- 'cre tne volume Of ecOorsementa for tr : I reiYeu iropi ,w. ? Ziltn w """" "l ITT J" " .- . w displace Mr. Cottrill the minute a stilt l The removal of Collector Cottril J ,t I J ,. , -,-. was df te mined upon at an ear ttage in. th! ple d,vlsion .cause he is appointed for an Indeterminate t"11 and no objection can be tnf.'e to chopping, off his salary at any time. -S? f wu,c" were "f8111?' i This defense does not apply to Mr. Cottrill, as be was , named to serve during presidential . pleasure at.l his tenure can be limited by tbe naming Cf his successor. The treasury officials, headed by William G. McAdoo, secretary of the treasury, and Colonel Osborn, commis sioner of internal revenue, have been casting about for a desirable successor to Collector Cottrill. It was' agreed: from the outset that he must be white. Senator Vardaman and other south erners have declared open war on all negro appointees and there is no dis position manifested by the president Women of City Will Be Present at Special Session and Pre sent Arguments for the Reg ulation of 'Movies' and The aters . Women of the city, particularly the women making up the Children's Wel- lare Committee of the Humane So ciety, have been met half-way in their movement for a board of moving pic ture censors by the supervisors of the city and county. Next FrrVlay at noon the city fathers will convene at a spe cial meeting to hear arguments from tbe. women on the proposition of pass ing an ordinance cheating such a board. This decision was reached after hearing last night the petition of the Children's Welfare Committee, asking Jur lIie tLuiuiu for the establishment of such a board moving picture on a showing that it is indecent, immoral, or against good morals. Following the reading of the peti tion, a motion was made to send it to the police committee, failing there, to the health committee. ai.-l failing there, the suggestion was made that it go to the roads committee the ob jections and protestations ending when it was finally agreed to take it up as a committee of a whole, invite the women to be present, and. all to gether, decide what action should be taken. The supervisors it appeared last night, from the unanimous decision to consider it at a special meeting, and ether signs are in sympathy with the suggestion. It is iossil)le when it comes up Friday, they will consMer the creation of the body not alone to pass on moving pictures but theatri cals as well. The need of such a board has been called to their attention be fore. President Stryker of Hamflton Col lege in New York state declares that any student who spends more than $700 a year ought to be taken out and put to work. Mrs. Sydney Drew, sister in law of John Drew the actor, and daughter of McKee Rankin has just died in New York. She was well known as an actress and playwright. The wonderful Ashokan aqueduct tunnel, carrying water 110 miles to New York city has at last been com pleted, after costing $129,000,000, causing tbe death of 283 men and injuries to 8833. Next to the Panama canal, this is said to be the greatest engineering feat of modern times. mm :Z-:Z'r 4 11 -J'-- -i-:i'-::--r-A,'-.: and his advisers to encounter their opposition in the matter of confirma tion. The opinion ia officially expressed that Collector Cottrill has had a fair ly good tenure of office. On March 1, next he will have completed three years . service. He" was appointed March 1, 1911. There haa been no mad rush of hungry ones to grab the plum because the determination of the treasury officials to supercede Collec tor Cottrill was not known here. , . No movement has, been, instituted to pry E. R. Stackable, collector of cus toms, loose from his federal job. The matter of his removal has not been discussed by, tbe powers that prevail in the treasury department His ap pointment unlike that of Collector CottriU is for a specific term of four years. His present, designation does not exepire. until August 1, 1916. It is known in advance that Republican senatprs would., bitterly . contest his' summary dismissal on the ground that he should be permitted to serve out his term, v : : Manoa Tract WilF Be Visited by on Ataenfanne Marie A new public park may be estab lished in the city, a park covering an acre in the Manoa district, directly opposite the Mills institute. It became known at the meeting of the board of supervisors last night that the trustee of the Oahu College had offered to give this piece of land to the city and county, without charge, provided it be kept as a park. Lester Petrie, chairman of the roads committee, to whom the offer was made, reported it to the board last night, and asked that all the city fathers accompany him to the site Sat urday afternoon at 1 o'clock to inspect it In the meantime, he said, he is bav ing prisoners clear off the land that it may be better judged. He did not make a recommendation touching on the offer, but made the observation that as the city and county had the opportunity to come by this property without charge it might be well to take advantage of it Parks, he point ed out, are necessary for a city; al most impossible to have too many of them, particularly in this city. "Mr. P. C. Jones, one of the trustees of the Oahu College submitted the offer to me. I asked for a few days' time for the board to act on it," said Mr. Petrie. "The property lies directly opposite the Mills College. It is not flat land. It needs clearing off. That the prop erty may be better judged I have had the prisoners clearing it off." The board will go out in machines Saturday at 1 o'clock, and after in specting it agree on a decision. JAPANESE CONSUL WOULD MAKE CHANGE IN BACHELOR CAMPS That the plantations at Wahiawa and Waipahu should provide more up- to-date quarters for those Jauanese aborers of the bachelor class, is the opinion of Hachiro Orita, acting con sul for Japan in the Hawaiian inlands. Accompanied by four secretaries. Consul Arita yesterday made an auto mobile trip to Waipahu and Wahiawa for the purpose of looking over the various plantations and making an in vestigation of the condition of the Japanese camps. The consul express ed himself as being very much pleas ed with the quarters provided for the Japanese families, but recommend that some improvements be made on those camps occupied by the single men. Mayor Mott of Oakland, formerly a strong Roosevelt-Johnson - man, ha registered as a Republican and thrown I some, conversational i bombshells Jata the Progressive camp.' Z OAHU COLLEGE - OFFERS PARK ; SITE TO CITY CRACK COAST SlIXHS WJ ASSURED FOR E)IG CM!llt MET; CLUB GRANTS REQUESTS Olympics Allow Men to Come as Individuf.'s, Though Through Oversight They Can't Appear Primarily as Club Team Five Speedy Water-men To Come fJUaoctetod ttt. Cable. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21 Participation . by aome of the fastest swimmers cn the coast in the aquatic events during , tha M Id-Pacific Caml- . vat was assured last night when the Alymplc club director decided te,at-r low several members to make the trip to Honolulu with at least the Im plied sanction of the club. The Olympic swimmers will be allowed to wear the club emblem and to compete at club members, and thus the controversy started. by. Presi dent John Elliott of the Pacific Amateur Athletic Association - Is ended. President Elliott contended that the Hawaiian swimming meet, did ,not have the sanction, of the A. A. U. because preliminary negotiations for the participation of coast swimmers were not carried on through hla office.4, -.. Walter Pomroy, J. Scott teary and McWood told the athletic committee, of the club that they had made arrangements to go to Honolulu before " they, knew that the club objected. They offered to stay at home and to send new swimmers If the objections were continued. , though stating that they would loss considerable money laid out In preliminary arrangements v if the Vieit was called off. . ? r -: : Leary, who a former champion swimmer, said that the men wars loyal to the Olympic Club and would not -wish to swim except wearing the club emblem. The committee, after some consideration, told the men that ' they could swim as Individuals and wearing the emblem, but a the dub ". had never been Invited, the men who go to Hawaii can not be considered , primarily a club 'team, . :;:. ."''. . . ? This action assures, the Hawaiian meet of the participation of five of. A the best - men the coast haa produced, among them being coast champions ' at fong and short distances.: .- v-v- v'-;v ':::r-y:-::- Portugal's Railrbad Strike Results III . fLISBON, Portugal, Jan. 21 Two ' hundred leaders In the' recent rail road strike were arrested yesterday and today by order of the government and 400 more are sought. They are expected to be given heavy prison sen tences if convicted. ;. ' :. Woman, Held in On Riot Charge, is Dismissed SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan: 2". Lucy Parson; accused of Inciting the J ." "army. of unemployed"1, to riot and arrested several days ago, was dismiss- . ed from custody, today.Thecase waa.not pushedtvf x, ' "l.. , Grew ' r ,-. . , CHATHAM. Mass..' Jan.: 21-CapL saved Jt rDm,MiD jonjiQ cks twot-ntasted r schooner General Adelbert Ames wers rescued" from dalth today through the efforts made by the coast v life-saving station hers. ' A breeches buoy was strung out to the vessel, which had gone aground, and, with 3 the life-savers working' waist deep in Icy water, the men were brought safely 'ashore.'" -C---'X'' ,. - .'-r 'V - ' Steam Schooner Lucky to Escape SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. 21. The steam schooner Saginaw arrlv, ed here today from the Columbia riyer, after an experience -during which the vessel nearly went to the bottom. ' She lost her deckload and was al. most swamped In three days of heavy weather., . ',. Geirnan Milit; MUNICH, Bavaria, Jan. 21Sergeant Schweisser, a military aviator, was instantly killed today when hie aeroplane refused to answer to hhi'ef-i- forts to control It and dashed to the ground. '. ' ' : 3 ' ; ,; Additional cable on page twelve) r ' . a :":'!.'r - TSIAKIAISU HARRY IRVIN IS : ' " iL' -:' ' - ,;.VS..- - .-V . Chinese Consul in Honolulu Learns of Appointment-New Nominee was Dr. Sun Adherent Tsia Kiai Su. for years active in the political and diplomatic life of China and faithful friend of President Yuan Shih-kai, at once time a com missioner of foreign affairs and at another time secretary of the Chinese minister to Washington has been ap pointed to the high office of Chinese minister to Washington. This word was received by cable yesterday after noon by Woo iiuan, the new repub lic's consul hero. Speculation has been rife' for some time as to whom the honor of being the republic's first Washington min ister would fall Different names have been heard as poasIblecandIdatear in cluding the name of "Dr. Wn: Ting Fang, one of the foremost thinkers: and leaders of China. ' ' ' " Known over China and thb country, and .respected in both. Minister Tsia wfll have, little d if Acuity, say bia friends here, in 'JaXing b is place at Washington. The years' of . his ser-. vice ' as . secretary to tbe monarchy's minister ended 'eight year? " ago, and as late aa wo years, ago he-was a commissioner of foreign affairs: Other positions of! honor apl trust have been held., by, hiriC; ":'::-': SympathJUng : vf ith the movement undertaken and carried out by Dr. Sun Yat Sen to establisli a repobliCi Tsia Kiai 4 80' sided against the house - of Mancbu and' since then he has given hearty nd yvalued 'support to jprest- ?-dent -Yuan, Arrest of Many v - - . V -.-.- -p f ' Hart and a crew of seven from' the Democrats Hear withSome Surprise That He Is No LonU ger After Attorney- generalship : Attorney, Harry Irwin of Hilo If & candidate and more ( than ;. a recep tive candidate; for ; a circuit 1 Judge shipJ This is cnsaafjthe developments of the last few daySHbrUCas come. as a surprise ; even to most Of j too v Democrats. ' ' i. - .4 " . Attorney Irwin is f a candidate for , , San Francisco v.; rtev ' . - 1 - the place now held Judge Charles ; ' " Y Parsons of the fourth circuit, Hlio. - ; --Mixlrwin's original aspirations werev i '. for thVattorney-geoeralship Thi wa: Jy during -tbe -time wiien L.-U McCand-' J J -less - was a candidate for ' gVbrnrr" tcfrial hononuy Xqw thar-.Covernd'; Pinkham is on thoh atthe execuU f - . building, Attornery Irwin ha8:decldr'ua that he prefers the Hilo position a ; he has a nnmbjer of supporters n r,n rrt beUeve that bi should bo ''iPMlaqXnon S . On the otheff hand, word has ..ccjj'jrrr-jj frotn. several jlourc.es ont the-Jslandt? " retained by all rneana. - His au? iiJ is not' by aiiy means confined k . . publicans, V ither. .."'At least on.e $ v r ct - of ,' territory-wide romlnerv v oue-andWt'tTt'iavor of the retefjjaa 'jru-f r ih'ft true to eondncttl and off the bench has v frreprochable and that he is an eat atajent of the.law and a progf, """rAl sivendrist ''-;X:J - .' ' ilrwjn leirtfor HUo onVthe-Iaucj,- Keaoday, after spending-several day,' n r ; nerf -pi;vnusiness.. it is sai l cn ,?iv authority 'that, t; -visit .at thi; is not primarily fn connection jtjdjpshi ap;'"':::trr:erit.