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'HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1014.
SUPERVISORS WIN RAILROAD WRECK ?8 CLARION i Agency for f PHOENIX HOSE ARE SUED BY FIGHT AGAINST roiLEssjoe FAILED TO STOP .1 i IT SUBSCRIBE OOV.PIHA ROSCOE PERKINS ) n E. W. QUINN, Candidate for Senator, on the Republican ' Ticket at the Primaries j - I hereby announce myself as Primaries amtask you for your Republican In 1904 you elected me to the House of Repicseu iatives and I served in the session of 1903. In 1906 you again elected me tives and I served in the session of 1907. 5 V In 908 you elected me to the Senate and I served in the ses ' sions oM909 and 1911. 5 ' : V ! : My record is clean and an open book. There is not & voter in the district that 1 asked to . bus .campaigns that I cannot again 'honorably; ask for Ills' sui- port m the present campaign. I have, served as chairman committees in both Houses.' ; same are clear and are on file in the Government Archives Building. ' '; ' .' ' ' - , ;; . -; ; ';"; ;. ', --c-.X ,,;; -: ;;.,: : , I. have never aspired to be a leading spellbinder nor have I been a gallery adherent - ;.' X'i- " I have always been reserved and conservative in my actions. I supported any bill, that had. merit to it and that I thought . ' .-. - ' - '- . was for the benefit of the majority of the people no muttbr whether it Vas introduced by a Republican, Democrat brUome Ruler. ' - ' : ' ' 'p. :;Yi,r . . ' . -. -i. ' - V ' . . - v.-t '. I always have been independent. . - - j - : ;1: I have read the platform of the Republican Party aiid Vn dorse the same., ; -v - i "I. ! ;- . If nominated and elected to the -next Legislature I will a.t in the future as I have in the past for the' interest of all classes' .v yi in niiiii. . x mil in iioui Ul HIV piUMJIil iUpiOr and Sunday laws, and will oppose any changes' to either out side of the amendments asked for in the platform. ; ; POLITICAL NOTES John Kckipi; a4 hack drlrer, has ; filed his nomination papers" for super iViscr cn the rrogrcsslre ticket Republican meetings this week In clude a rally ,at-Llllha and School streets tomorrow night a meeting Fri day night at Queen and Kcawe streets f SSirf 7 auiraay niSQl na't - Chairman Andrews ,of the Republfg can territorial committee says that In the future all precinct meetings of the . j i . i k. i Vu.j .H.ucuuieu uj- vue ceairai com t mittee will be open to alrRepublican candidates. . . Amcng the . municipal candidates whose . papers have been filed thla i week are M. H. Drummcnd, Democrat, for trea$urerf : Ed Woodward, Repub lican, for auditorr Frank Archer, Re publican, for supervisor; W. H. Mo Clellan, Democrat, for supervisor. Joe Ccheh, candidate for. mayor, 6 poke in Kakaako last night Among other candidates who spoke at the Cohen meeting were: , George A. Da vis, for city and county attorney; Wil liam Larsen, fcr supervisor; E. K, Li Ukalanl, fcr the senate; J. C. Ander son, for city and county treasurer; Imnk Archer, for supemsor; Oscar Cox r.r. Chsrl.-s Wllsrn. fcr FherifT, i ' ;- I " ... ' ' ' '' 1 ": J '-!" 1 t - t i J iWllKltll a candidate for Senator at the support. 1 have always been a to the House of Representa vole for nic in any of my p'uvi- J r ; on some of the. most importunt ly records' and reports hi the SIDNEY R. JORDAN,: associate di- rector of the Promotion Committee. i De jn cnarge ci tne committee s office during the absence of H. ; P. Wood on the mainland. "' E. J. BOTTS, formerly of the edi torial staff of the Star-Bulletin, was a departing passengen on; the Manoa yesterday afternoon. Mr. Botts.may reltu, . aUer a s&ort m his family in San Francisco.; v F. W. E"ERTON for several years identified with the local branch of the Seaman's Institute, will depart for the mainland this afternoon as passenger In the Matson steamer Manoa. He may decide to take up work in New York city.".: , v , . : ... ; r , - tm'm ' ' . According- to information received by the Hawaii Shlnpo two colored men, said to be soldiers, assaulted ' a Japanese taxicab driver at the in ter- section of Kalakn.ua avenue and Kiner streets Monday night, with the result L'lat the chaur'fenr !s an inmate of the Candidate Wouldn't Put Up Share of Rally Expenses so Not Allowed to Speak Willie Crawford, Republican candi date for representative, makes empha tic denial to the published charge of Hany Gregson, another Republican candidate, that Crawford juggled the subscriptions candidates to defray expenses at the Aala Park meeting last Saturday night V In a letter to Chairman Andrews of the territorial committee, Gregson says that because he did net put up 2 as his subscription Crawford tricked him out of speaking on Saturday night He also charges Crawford with Irregu lar financial dealing in other political funds. ,'v' . , ; V ' "Gregson doesn't know what he Is talking about, he is Jealous and he didn't want to put up his share of the expenses of the Saturday night rally, that's all, replied Crawford this morn "Eugene AiuV myself and another candidate originally planned the rally and to defray the expenses were going to get up a subscription list The ex penses included money for Kaai's glee club, for chairs and their arrangement, for -dodgers announcing the meeting, for sweeping out and cleaning up the bandstand,' etc.; all amounting to fifty or sixty dollars.'; I have it all itemized and can produce It We bud figured on asking each candidate for about $2. ' "Chairman Andrews, hearing of the rally , told me it should be under the auspices of thp party through the ter ritorial committee and that was all right with ns. He told me to go ahead as a collector of the subscriptions as we had already arranged things and I did so. "Some days before the meeting I met Gregson. He then had a five-dollar gold piece but said he needed the money. So I told him I would get his subscription late. On Saturday night before the meeting started I saw him in front of the bandstard and asked him for his subscription. He said he didnt have the money.' I offered to put it up for him but he refused. Then later he kicked- because "he. wasn't called on to speak. II was distinctly understood that every candidate w&o was tor sneak should subscribe. All of ns who spoke did subscribe, Vis the list will show. ' v ' . "There was some money left over and it was decided to turn that over to Treasurer a. X). Cooper; who Is pre paring n list now to, show Just what tne balance.Is. !- Crawford says that Chairman An drews Is preparing" a stStement . to show that Crawford was authorized to colleet the subscriptions. " BOOZE ONCE AGAIN IS , BLAMED FOR CUHING ' . ; : AFFRAY AT K0L0A Another slashing affair chargeable directly to liquor took place in one of the laborers' camps at Koloa planta tion about 8 o'clock Sunday evening, as a result of which Fillte Lopez Is in the' hospital and Uheino Is In jail waiting to be charged. ; ' The man Lopez received one long cut across the right side of his neck. requiring 14 stitches by the surgeon at the hospital. He was also cut on the face and on both arms, a,' cut on one of the arms taking four stitches. It is, reported from the hospital that although the man was pretty badly siasnea, neoriii recover. ' uotn of tne men had been drinKing In factit Is. said that both were in toxicated at the tfmeof the cutting. - The Garden Island. - " Officials of the Cunard line. Jn Lon don,' denied the report received in New York that the steamer Aquitania has been, ordered to Plymouth for. govern ment service, Food I V': "Makes or Breaks" Food is the material Nature uses to keep both body and brain in repair. .' ' ; . Onss achss and ., paina can more often b traced to wrong selection iof food than : to any other cause. -: FOOD while It- has 'delicious taste, contains the elements Nature: requires for building body, brain and nervea -in the Right Way I ' .::s'-X'-:- Jhcre's a Reison" GRAPE-NUTS ARE SOLD BY GROCERS AND STORE! Gcverncr Pinkham this morning! signed ten paroles, releasing from ter- ritorial prison convicts from ter - served the minimum sentence Imjicsed by law. The following are given free- dem on their good behavior. Narcisso Rcss, sentenced to 18 mouths to two years by the circuit court Maul, for first degree burglary. Juan Parmilo, sentenced to 18 months to two years by the second circuit court for assault and battery with a weapon. to three years by the first cirfultWrt for secend degree burglary. jiu i y,B5 hi, woeiner Ah Hong, sentenced to two to three would J?0 to5 ordinance an years by the second circuit court for that it stood ready to con first degree burglary. form tot 8-v agreement, which may be Peng : bong, sentenced to five to ten years, by thesec end circuit court for secend degree burglary. Yee SuI. sentenced to five to 20 years by tne first circuit court ror. first decree burglary. Bonifacio PIssara. sentenced to four to 20 years by the fourth circuit court for first degree burglary. David Kamoku. sentenced to two to 20 years by the third circuit court for first degree burglary. Escolastico Cousepclon, sentenced to three to 20 years by the fourth circuit court for burglary in the first degree, Francisco Candido. sentenced to 44 to 10 years by the first circuit court for highway maintenance in the Koo for first degree burglary. laupoko and Honolulu districts, $1200 All the paroles were recommended by High Sheriff William P. Jarrett, warden of Oahu prison, and by At torney-general I. M. Stalnback. WOMAN MURDERED AND CHILD BADLY INJURED ' BY CRAZED JAPANESE Rose asks for an examination of ap- pllcahts for police jobs before that Special star-Bulletin Wirelewl time the commission will not convene Hlf.0, Aug. 19. News of a brutal wlth the new chairman until its regu murder at Honokaa has reached this ,ar date- August 26. city. A( Japanese cold-bloodedly mur-' A communication from A. L. 0. At dered a woman and badly injured her kinson, asking that an Inspector be child. Jealousy is given as the rea son for the fearful crime; The murderer, . is still at large, ac cording to the report, although It is anticipated thar he will be captured In the near future. RESOLUTION NO. 196. Be it Resblvd'hy the B6afd of Su pervisors of the' City and County of Honolulu, . Territory of Hawaii, that the sum of Twq Thousand Three Hun dred and Eighty ($280.00) . Dollars be and the same is hereby appropriat ed out of all moneys in the general fund of the Treasury for the following purposes, to-wit: Maintaining of .roads, Koolau- poko District Waikane read .... .......... 11,200.00 Maintenance of roads, Hono lulu District . .... .'. . , . . . .. 1,180.00 - Presented by ' WM. H. McCLELLAN, ';',; . Supervisor. ' Honolulu. August 19,1914. i rv . authority i! FORT SHAFTER i i i H ' ii i 1 1 - -ww a mm t : 4-k V m"w ' - At a regular adjourned meeting cftmodated In the hospital and with the the Board of Supervisors of the City lite increase In the Oahu garrison the and County of Honolulu, ".Jveld on 'Wed-, hospital is at all times overcrowded, nesday, August 19, 1914, .the ' forego- Another Important structure that will ing resolution was passed on First be added to the hospital's equipment Reading and ordered to print on the following '- vote of . said board : ; Ayes : ; Hardesty, McClellan, Mark Jiam. Pacheco. Total 4. Noes:: .None. , ; V Absent and not voting: Wolter, Pe; trie, Cox. Total 3. - ,v . . . ; , e. : buffandeau. . : -Deputy ' City, and County Cle-k. ' ,1 S, ,' 5936-Aug. .19. 20, 21. SEALED TENDERS. t . . V to 12,oclock noon, on the 31st day of August,' A. D.1914, at the office of ioe VjieriL ui . tue .oii.j' sua vsuumy oi Honolulu, room No.. 8. Mclntyre build ing, for furnishing all materials, tools and labor ' necessary to construct school buildings on . the following lo cations: ' ' r v 7 Ewa Three (3) buildings. Walpahu Three (3) buildings. Alea Three (3) buildings, Waialua -Four (4) buildings. Kabuku Two (2) buildings. -Wahiawa One (1) building. Waimanalo One (1) building. Manoa Two (2) buildings. Kallhlwaena Two (2) buildings. f KamolUiU Four (4) buildings. Plans, specifications and form of proposal .may be had upon applica tion and a deposit of Five ($5.00) Dol lars at the office of the City and Coun ty Clerk. : . :- ; . - The Board of Supervisors reserves ! the right to reject any or all tenders and to waive all defects. D. KALAUOKALAN1, JR., ,, Citj aad County Clerk. 5936-Aug. 19, 20. 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. - - - - KB FOR SALE Billiard-poole table; almost new. . 1546 Thurston ave.; piione 4116. ' ;. ' 5936-4t FOR RENT. Suite cool, mosquito-proof rooms; pri ' vate family. .1020 Richards st, opp. The supervisors second ultimatum to the arhitect and contractors on the rMcCandless building improvement matter brought results today, in the fenn of definite answers from H. U 1 Kerr and the Lord-Young Engineering . Company.; The former not only agrees to comply w ith the building ordinance but stated that he was ordering the workmen to cease operations at noon today until the difficulty between the board and the builders is satisfactori ly adjusted. i1 ,to ?,v? Jirect answer however, and nn tho .ntr Tfr o-rioio tha h,lfMAPfi ln hi 'tpr M,n? i.Yrnn? nnt make toe reaulred chanees to meet the :ordlmot) le without entaUlng Urpat BHrHtioni anH that it sought a ccmDromise. . Since active work waa to stop at 'noon it Is thought an amicable settle- ment of the Droblem will be made, fol- lowing an inspection of the premises .by the committee appointed by the board yesterday for that purpose. At its special meeting today the board also passed a resolution by Su- pervlscr McClellan setting aside $2380 or tnls amount to go Into road repair- ns in Koolaupoko and the balance to improvement on the roads in the Ho nolulu district The beard also received the oath of office taken by Edward E. Bodge, the newly appointed chairman of the fire and police civil service commis sion. Unless Countv Sheriff Charies stationed at the Hawaiian Fisheries' market cn Kekaulike street to be con stantly on hand during business hours was referred to the sanitation commit tee. ; . Special Star-Bulletin Currespondnoe FORT SHAFTER, Aug. 19. The ad ditions to the department hospital will when completed more than double the present capacity of thit institution. One of the most important additions will be that of a dormitory for the men-of the detachment of the hospital corps that have heretofore been quar tered in one pf the wings originally' de signed for ward purposes. At present but about 100 patients may be accom- will bo the building to oe used as a ward for officers., Ia this building will also be Jocated the ward ' fQr women patients wltli separate rooms for each. This latter assignment of space will re lieve the present ; main building of many pressing demands now made upon It by the numerous cases that come in from the families of officers and men. The cOntractorirare making excellent progress with their .work and Colonel Reynolds, the commanding of ficer of the hospital, is hopeful that in o' tbe additions-may be turned oer tha hnan,ta -mnit v if - " , MAUISH Volunteering to be one of ten to subscribe $5 per month towards main taining a caretaker at the rest house on Haleakala, C. D. Lufkin at the E)ks'v smoker in honor of Judge Kings bury, on 1 Tuesday night, outlined a plan which .would undoubtedly do much towards increasing the popular ity of Maul's mountain as a resort. : . Mr. Lufkin' would have a man and wife stationed oa the mountain whose duty should be to Keep the rest house clean, - provide wood for fuel, and be prepared to at least assist travelers In preparing palatable food. In his spare time,' Mr. Lufkin Would have such an employe spend his. time in increasing the sise of the rest house, improving the trails and in other ways work for the greater comfort of visitors. rIt,was the expressed opinion of the speaker that." within a comparatively short . space of time by permitting a nominal fee to be charged for ise of the accommodations provided, that the Income , from this sonrce .would make the institution ;self . supporting Mr.- Lufkin believes i that 50 per month will be sufficient to carry cait the scheme he outlines. Maui' Newis. HUSI'IIAL oliUn HALEAuALAf UNO IS PROPOSED AT. OiiER Accident Introduces Photogra pher of Local Fame to Man ager Mountain King Mine Having a genuiue train wreck Inter fere with his vacation and narrowly es caping losing his life as a result of the event is the. rather unusual expe rience of Roscoe W. Perkins, the local phctcgrapher. who returned to Hono lulu yesterday cn the Matsonla after mere than two months spent on the mainland. And. by a curious coinci dence, the wreck brought Mr. Perkins Into contact with a man from whom be derived considerable information of keen interest to many Honolulans. '"The wreck won't be of as much in terest locally as something else I have to say." said Mr. Perkins this morn ing. "The wreck occurred at about 10 o'clock at night and after I had spent some time helping the other passen gers take the people from the wrecked cars I commenced walking up and down the track waiting for the relief train to arrive. "It was then that I met the manager cf the Mountain King mine, in which many residents cf Honolulu are Inter ested, We talked and walked for per haps an hour. Of course, the conver sation soca turned to the mine. The manager told me quite a lot about it. and his information certainly - was pleasing. According to him, it is pro gressing in a highly satisfactory man ner. He had nothing but good to say of the mine and I, for one, certainly was interested In what he had to say." For the reason tat the sleeping car In which he was traveling hap pened to stay en the track when the two in front of It toppled over a 60 foot embankment when the rails spread beneath them. Mr, Perkins says that his life, and the lives of the other per-! sons In the car, were saved. The j wreck happened on the Yosemlte Val ley railway about two miles below the Mountain King mine. Shortly after 10 o'clock. Mr. Perkins left the smoking car and -; retired : to the sleeping car. While he was waiting for his berth to be arranged, the two cars just ahead went off the track and rolled down the embankment Mr. Perkins, with tho ethers in the car. immediate! went outside and, seeing the demolished cars far below, realized what had happened. All the passengers turned ,to help the people In the wrecked cars. Holes were chop ped In the sides and the people taken cut and to the track above. Two per sons lst their lives' and many were Injured. Mr. Perkins did his share of the work and on one occasion car ried cut cf the masa of wreckage a woman with a broken hln. Prior to the arrival cf thp relief train, the man ager cf th Mountain King mine had his wife, the latter' being a nhvsician. arrived on the scene and administered first aid to the in lured. The maiority of -'Mr. Perklns' stay cn the mainland was spent In the Yo semlte valley, and he declared this morning that the scenery was some thing like which he never expects to see again. During an Interview, h9 dwelt at length upon the good roads to be found there. Mr. Perkins did net take his camera alcng this trln. having gone to the mainland largely for his health, and a vacation, i Lnn.i-JNiiJ)yjt WW. H. HEINRICHS : I got my head cut- ' ; : . A. L.: C. ATKINSON: Am I go ing to run for mayor? Hardly. ' J.J. BfiLSER: About 71 Shriners are going to. Maui tomorrow, one of the most important caravans ever set ting forth from this port. ! H. M.' BALLOU: The Progressive party Is not splitting the Republican ranks. On the contrary, we hope t- prove tht 75 per cent of our recruits are Democratic. ! ". ' ' EMIL A. BERNDT: It is certain ly good to hear that the directors of the carnival are soon to authorize the Promotion Committee to go ' ahead with printing the posters. PAUL SUPER:? The Y. M. C. A. budget for the coming eight months calls for nearly $2000 more than the cne for a like period last year. The association is going to Co things this winter." : ; JAMES D. I ..EVENS ON; Tickets for Ad club night, "tomorrow, at the I It saves one-half, o your Ice bill by preventing the waste wi::'. follows when the surface of the ice comes, in contact -with, the c'. side air. Try one. Price 15 Cents. T7. YT. DUIOITD Cz CO.. Lt 1.' .. Quick Repairs Broken lenses replaced promf and accurate work. Special lenses ground to order. Broken frames promptly repaired. Factory on premises. t . t , A. N. Sanford OPTICIAN Boston Building Fort Street , Over May & Co. SPOTS; Imperfections on your mirror can bo removed by retllvorina. oldK' and worn out mirrors made to look ' - v . , Phono 1117 Sllverinj Depart mont :' Sharp Signs 189 Merchant Street FOR TIRE REPAIRS ' ' SEE J. W. KERSHNER, Phone 1399. King St, opp. Library. Electric Irons Repaired ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. ALL MAN NER OF ELECTRIC WORK SATISFACTORILY "AND REASONABLY HANDLED. 1125 FORT STREET. LOCAL AND GENERAL The monthly meeting 6f Walala-, Kaimukl and Palolo Improvement Clu ; will be held t 7:30 tomorrow evqnin ; at Liliuokalanl School. Buslneasf Re port of treasurer, district improve ments, etc. - ' Arguments In the cast of W.TIn Ysn, trustee, vsv L Ah Chap et al, a matter, arising out of bankruptcy, wcro completed In the federal court tthli morning and the case taken under ad visement for decision by Judge San ford B. Dole. BIjcu with the Boston ians, are aellin-; like hot cakes. A big rearing time l i assured. Ad club scngs and stunts ga lore. Ad club members will be at tired In white. Get your tickets now. 7 : Ny- J :- ' Por coro than'a , quarter of a con- ; tnry SHAC has do on tho favorito ; rcrody f or ' hoadacho : and. ". nouralgia. (Eaotoloso-Cortal 12 aoaos-25contd Ank ;ycmr draggicS 2k m a syou economize NEW TneKalamazco Ice Blanket Help