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IlliMiliiLlliifi 4 w " 1 J 4 - r V 4 7v - v . . - '- - v '.. V - is V - f - -it.: .'V I - - - U,' . c:r. c:u:2 piiccut cfcnicd If e 1 f '.V ' i'-LT ' " ' 1 " 7 " 1 v ' ' ' '- f r. v . te'ea:;firsc':Ir 3 - !a cr.e year Tte - V .J. frc;3 r:r;r--un.:;Is,he;.'Rct ; -a - . j - fx - V" . , ' v if . C1 ' .V-...'V,i.; : ; -'.;." -? "t v ; ' -4 -A TOM Sheriff Gives Version of Arres of Sailors But Fails to -Answer Query , Althab flTiac bo reason why he aid not Acksowledce Cpt, Clark's letter m reard to alleged bniUl treat ment accorded rnited States sailors on the streets of- Ilor.olola by local wucemen, snenrr Rose stated this oorntas that he ha lpn matla.a careitti mTesujitum or the auair. -When this ISTestixatlon is com. pleted I intend to report fully to Capt ciariE.".he says, I har statemenU from . ey vwltaesses but hare been unable ; to locate others iwha wera present.'-" ' .-. ' X" '. Bat btn asked if It would not have been common courtesy , to hire at least written the cofomandafilespe? Uliy after the" Utter had addreasej two- respectful letters to the sherltf Roae.smUed and shrugged his shoul Clalnw -Political Trick tHe stated further, however, that bw could' see throujh the whole, scheiDc as a political trie. tWb did txot'ihe civil service com mission give the Uorrof, Capt CltxVi letter t to the vrcss : wben it .received them. May ; I.T he demanded, instead of waiting for wo )weeksr, i , c In complaints adely, the naval. au thorltfjs 4he names of the jllcemea whose confluct s alleged, to have been tiutal'are noiffiveii;; Bose.old tk whole'v story to the- SUrBuHeOn this mdrting, which Is ;1ntenaf: tafyltaws. accortung to nxs versions, a , ' fios. Gives yertioiiA 9' )Tlv .eanrrt- t7.eto X coming- dowa llfttat mfreif fnV roTiF! by; hitting Orientals and kikin over gafbije cansj? Ataemterof the Met ; iimciency " Ths.t:. Is the . analysis of Joel T. VOaetftJ'Fbxttf ied'T oWy i " Vhich s he-5 pouring ; into "K iionoiutt4;? r i? y v" y " It has proved ; it , "ef ficl . ency" by producing most of ' the Icrasy-i criminal i drunks ' before the courts.', T " -'" , ;.fihll it be Mayor, Cohen ' ' ' AntiSalooA Xeaarue. :." r ty-.i ' followed ;ijtheni and v.hta tl'.j , . a oar Patrolman Samuel ;:.MLaliil-- :i he yelled fori the police : to arrest' the ..saHcmi-'t' -f-' Two of tl:e 3ive-.navy . men had br that ttea ; gone cn , ahead.; Kalilimoku started ",to rsake; the . arrest and" the three sailors offered a fight. C Patrol, cian Waiolasia nearby, saw th rum rus Vand 'with the rhelpot the meN charts' rtrolnun assisted Kalilimoka in 'making ' tb e ;mx8t-Wi-' When -the threo sailors" were turned over to the: naval authorities the next !ay,' a fuU report from the ; police a coapanied ' them,; explaining the na tura of theirt offense snd giving the details of - the arrest, j ' H . , ; ' ,ArcpJlecUpnof . wines, liquors Tand clsars ra.rti of ,the stores "of the re fugee, Germans boats, will be sold by Collector of Castcma. u Malcolm .'A. Franklin, in the course ,of a .week or two.-;- v.... : : - - -v v XRUSH YOUR TEETH : THOROUGHLY: JHVICE D AILY WITH " ;TiiE:nLi:;oft!;E:K , v . . J I .';-,: AND KEEP YOUR IOUTH: CLEAN AND SWEET : I Clarciicp O.PnrijjIs t iD;iccnLtic.. V Cdidate . for Haycrxabjcci to the Vwill of lis Vetera cf .the City , and Coiziy cf IIcfclaltL . 7-. - -; HUifS miM lilGGER HEAR Republican Rallies Show Inter est in Primary Election is Really Awakfned 4- MEETINGS TONIGHT J. C. Cohen Waikane. 5:10; T......... ...... nw mAA tJiT . r noothly and personalttlea have been Over 1000 people, a majority DiI.Hmin.t . ..im. . . whom were voters, attended the Re- publican raUy at Emma square last enthusiastic recepUon. Lorrln An- fve rlea l? ,ir1fmtn.f:h21t Pt to 4tot out Into the . - . ' ZV, o . .KTziltot!n!y for "other raj. The m. Jhe position. Another Republican ral. 'j m ua x ci u yr. fvcwouftw t roaa. unaer u management 01 Harry Franson and was also success- ful both In attendance and receoUon. Leoan Denies Extravagance W . W a. a a a . Lnuuet Lpgxn wenc ai lenam ano present board had not been sstrava- Kit .-,u than any. Democratic admtoistraUon. has been said that we have spent 40 cnu every time we appro- prtated $1. but figures at the auditor's omce,wWcb hny voter an get. will show - that ? the overhead charges of the, -general fund have been 81 per cent and of all fjmda 4 per cent." I " ailing .women vwmld make said Xjogan. -If you can show me arItwH! Me ' that grand remedy for lhntTM.a. firm in Hnrminin whirh h 1 woman's " Ills, Lydla E Plnkham's a better record I would like to see it. AssaUa Bourbon' Administration UTheTDemocrats' say that they gave ' -,.:- Mwiumw vim w wwa wo v Army is .trying to do for us. 7 rrortifledTpkay, is what' 1 - U Joel (XCohs .company J; selling to the soldiers :,: It is 17 per cent alcohol ,; and absolutely deadly. '': l -Anti-Saloon League. he Republican administration-a hugely sum of moneyAcontmued lAga:Thef act la, the?amount was $5445- . They bh f av.vvv , f WB -CWU1' UMj iUJW, t but during the past- two-years- we f have added 90,Ooa to it'fWheney The : jmderslgnld. 4 Guardian Trust 5iiHI2,S;Iorme5 Company,-Umited,, having -been duly pnbllcaa .heard left; ?$X0OO but this appointed AdmlnUtrator with Will an the. emocrata used up,; ln;, other nexed of the Haute of Sarah E. W11 wordatwhen. theyr went out. of. of flee late: of SauUCrov California, they had spent $20,000 more than deceased testate hereby?gtve noUce their income. As;tb what; this bbafd has idone I tor the people; it is wen Illustrated by I tne laci mat 014910 the. board spent 1 more, tor protection Hor i me f and property,V jpermanent-l roaus.l neann;na other improvements tnan the last years ' of the.Lterms. Logan I said. "It appears to me that it. would! oe oaa Business 10 put . us out ot ci 1 ucev.., . . v-; -; - v Zi' William -Larsen, In speaklnK of the! water.works said: Good results de - pentf nponthe heads of the individual departments.. The administration has been especially .i fortunate - In rhaving good heads, jpartjcularly over v? the water: And. jeweri department whichi f , now has the best -organization In the city - J government "Th - ratS 4 havoT Deen ; aajustea ana it . anyone oecome TcUniuent the water Is not turned I - off but payment may, be made on the instalment plan." Sreckons Tikea Stump tAmong the spellbinders of the 4 J 'I evening was, R, W. Breckons, who de clared .that as It. was the Republican party which gave Honolulu city and county, government, , It should be kepi I3. office.!? He '. pTalsed especially' y the voIt ; of ."David 'Kalanokalatit fitintT -t ' . m . t a. .'. M tier , y- a ? 'Ams cry . 4c.y;; auuniej, ana Ufci. umjuing, city treasurer. ' fW; H.:B6ogs for supervisor, prom-1 r Ised to attend" to the eity'a business as hr would his own: KilL iWood ward," for;auditorvi said Jie was quali fied t because 'he had beeaclerk- of the legislature;. Ben Homager showed What he had done for the people: J"amesBickneU;? auditor, pointed ont that Jie,' too, , was. an island-born hoy, and v Edgar Henrlqnes,; who . said - he was the . "good road candidate, j -76therf speakers;werB I John1- C.' Lane, Edward" Hopklns W. C Acht," William Ahia,: 3J A. Beaven. Chas. H. Belllna, Robert Horntr Joacph Luis and B, A. Mott-SmlUy On the ground thai; the liquor, bust- ness and efficiency do- not go together and 'tlxat "J Cohen.1 candidate for the Jepublican nomination for, mayor, is In the wholesaler liquor business la Honoluln as represenutive of a Call- fornja winery, the Anti-Saloon League will oppose Ms nomination. At a meet ing of - the -leasee held i yesterday It- was decided; to -Insert advertise ments In the form of readlig notices la the local papers each stay this week which should call attention to the bus iness' la which Cchea- is engased'and the attitude cf the lcci-a tenrarii V.i MI-SAL0fl3ffl TO OPPOSE COM BU1S wapocraac primary k r1r meeunrs vm be held this evenox at aioaaaius, Aiea snd Peart CUr, The candidates also may go to Watertown. . interest m the DemocrsUc primary campaign la increasing daily, and last nigav nig crowds attended the meet ings held at the PaUma pumpmg sta tion and iaLalmi road, Nunana. -'. As this Is the final wcek of the 1 forcer last nfrJit anil nnfm rin-m T I slmultaneonsly at totn meetlag pla- I nirr m-, -m v.. next Saturday. ThOa far the- Bon campaign has Wed atona STSm.T.. ."JSTT UrgeIy to their own Aol qualin" KlfVI 1' rV. v mw . va va waa w vo ian vnu next Iriday evenia with a big rally i at Aaia-park. nr ntnurii iiiTnnii i nc VYUMCfl lUMIUnMLLI I DtSPONDENT? a ; ' Ji '' 7' """ ZlJ 1 lys deependent and depressed and SJS .?W?rt,m. tow 1 JS.'tSfe H H itt"S.J5? ealth. v An fi00"01 .f0??1?0- ," scumws, sieep- 1 """ ueaaacaes . ana I de??R,efteT- " . JfeUbI Compound there would bev little occasion to ask if , despondency i natural to woman.AdT. fif I ft , ''i t'.- . Ma. TO "DAGO Rfib.wv , 7.1 The Fortifled Tokay that Joel C,,CoheVia selilng'Is .7- 17 Alcohol v and ) deadlier than -'"Dago . ..f. ., .. HE ..- . , - ;-, t For MtyorT NO. ' ' 1 'Anti-Saloon League. ' :" notice TfivcnEniTftaa' : 1 - t ';', ;,4'-;y :.-:-; 14 ESTATE SARAH Williams; , - . -DECEASED TESTATE: l C . v .... ' - to all persons: having claims' against said estate to present-the same to the undersigned ; at Mts r office. Stanten waid Building;, - Honolulu, 1 ,wlthbt six months from the date, of the nublioa- Uon of this notice or the- win be for. ever -iMurred?-'?'5 GUARDIAN TRUST, coi ltd .. Administrator -with.. theVWIU Annexed of the Estato of Sarah, E.' Williams, iiecease'-.'.C j;.f-vv.'?H eAU--M,-;wAiuitw ft jWHTTNExV i i Attorneys, 1: s k-a e7S$ May 15, 22 29,'June 12c a 1 11 limn ..j XtiU:':;?-;.." -;t 1 -4.' - , t ' '-" ' Squdre;dedl tor everybody ; ; ;, j ' No hpppdikdi q &i $6 z dpdu , ; :jL-:. lV : .. -V" wdtmmmmcm 3 : ." 'gn i ? , "',. ' - '-C ' Ik ir the patriotic? duty :6f rdtfitaiiT in tune of war to see that thp novernment runs along smoothlyv wimbut ' friction yor interruptions inciderit to puttihsianew Mayor in office.; - With war stirring the cbuntiy and dz le, ah important duty of the citizens is to forget all personal Apolitical feeling: r wherr tKev cTft'trv 'fh rol1 " . : nv W r i?TKs;is riot the time ifor, sc patronage, for a owi tching o f - p oh a C3, " f o r execuUve expenments: V jiV r-: a, r 1 K is a AVot IT. rA wm &..au -inaes oa prcparca to rzzzJ tl:3 j.'-:- uiieresis ana give .-j-v: iSrDAUXREr.l lriDEHS ! ' 1 ,' ' . ' ' 2Uarsf-s?r:e'. cf' tt'7's .rsr.t -r j ecrva YOU by tzm:izz .f: vj c! Jthea. ; - ;.: - ;; Wanted Two mere -paster.crs f;r motor-party aro-iad islird, 4 eici. "Lewis Garage, phene 2141. Adv. ' That spare room should be tri-ir ' 3ron an Income. Is it?' If net a4vcr Usa It in; the , SUrCuSetiacZassf:? i columns.. -v .; . - ' v.-.'- - For Dlitflledwaten 'lire's ri';t Beer - and all ether - Tcr ulir Drinks try the Com SodA V.'aUr V.'crks Ca i It will "psyt you ; to .aivcrtise yr-r real estate In the Eiar-EuIIetia it ycu make a .business matter" of It, ai CARRT rr.TiinouGiL - " '"Finding a 'pcslUcA" Is ' ths" task of many nea snd wcn::n l'.I the time.-. tar-Du::?t!a cIcseL'IjJ ad vertising offers cocrcratlca.tliit -r'..-: '. The trustees of the Ilc-ula Li brary. Association - wf.l meet at S o'clock tMs ercsja ia ;the Lilr:ry of Hawaii.: C 1 -1. - i 1- ' '7 ' i -. - - , ; ' - ; : Paramount to all ether Liirrs'ij tLs dut : the City and Ccurty cf Hocc'.a. ca to :.. ' ground- i t -.' i. . : ; y s . v '. . . . y:'-DemAndthat tla m:a who Seek yrur kuf:.-; -' moral priacljle zzi s?c:z. pr::rs at!.:7 --V,-"A-wcrId.ca fire r.-ltias f:r c:r.l I: ;-j i; tpectacle.-cf casdiiites fcr . put::; 'cr;:-v .z i: tisa tsavers cf nii:r!l t - vU 'ttailag no CzZzLi iizzl ca live r.:::! : 5 v. mere l2;:rt vi:'.:-i cf r 'i : - ' - Vet? t:t rcVer .a : 1 'c Cs.-.: : c: .. ::tei to a r - ; ' to.r.tr.3 la t3 v.zr:i, tl f ; act "Rl.'a -.:; .2:.:r7 r: ' ; t c: ci :."7 : i J , r ty t r- :'- : t ! - r ! extraordinary wOTfices df the' I over - ' - s - - - - ; s tha r- at,.: : -v : ; : t7 ; ; , - S ! .