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' ' ' " a Evening Bulletin, Et ltS2, No. CSC1 Hawaiian - Star. - Vol. XXV,i Ko. 702 12 PAGES HONOLULU, TEBBITOBY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. 12 PAGES PBICE FIVE CENTO -r 0 n m r "prr ui bill 5 jiiiyjui u uu BODY VESTED k lUiVJIWUfi tlJlAU plii: FOVER PASSES AVAY SAYS GH LD Enforcing of Such. Regulations' ; would Seriously Affect 0d cralions of Local Beer and : j Sake Breweries No Action Unless Public Sentiment De .mands It - j I F public enUment and opinion de maod ft, tn terrl tonal food commut tlon will consider exerdslnz the .power Siren U by the 1917 lesliltturo to prohibit in Hawaii the use of train and other foodttttfu xor the manu . taeture of liauor. . - .. , . When asked by the tar-Bulletin If - elites this power, J. T. Child; asslstanc exe6utlTe officer. tld: v" The commission certalnlr will If ptiallc- sentiment, demands It, and If the necessity far such an . action ' is shown The commission' is here ' to work ln 4he Interests of the pnbllcT ' - FhfmM tha eommisalon. cut into el- J feet resulatlonf prohihltlns the use of ; srsin for the -manofactare of liquor, 1 the. Honolala rewtns liutins co. and the local Japanese sake breweries " would be affectedr and would be con 1 pelled to suspend operatloni '' durlns I the period In which the regulations ; were in ecct r .v. 'v v...-:-: I la ptrt; the act cf the 1817 letisla- Ure cre&U:? the territorial faed com y; r. : ;Ica octllzliS the powers of the :-J--:r, sirs:"-' r-.. v --To cc:trel tad direct the use to i t!.!:h feed cy te put wlttla; the 1 : :.-ry and to frrtli tLe use tf rice, 'ztzA other f:ti for C3 car'-Iac t-.s f i3tonc;:ir; i:;--?r t3 Csaed ? ta.r- ,;!r3 11C1 cf .t3 rcrl;:! laws: -v JLttorney- A. I. Castle, executlTe of v Ccxr, said today that the commission 2 wcuid undoubtedly consider ezercislnf cf itis power not alone If public ten "ftl-cnt'deinafed IVturif .the oeces- L EDS OF FOOD BODY Commission Decides to Admit Members of Press to Meet ings; Longley Made Member of Marketing Committee f A resolution prorldins that hereafter meetings of the terri f to rial food commission and its committees shall be open to rep- 4 resentatlres of the press, was passed at a meeting of the com- f mission this morning, following f l recommendation made by At- -f I torney A. L. Castle, executlre.-f officer. Losing Bride At Eleventh Hour. He Yinds Up In Jail Disappointed Bridegroom Seeks Surcease in Flowing Cup When Spurned By Parents GRIEVED because his wife's family interfered with his marriage plans, Gaxiola, a col ored man, hopped off the water wagon just as the time elapsed when his wedding was to be and drowned his sorrows in booze. He was recovered by Of ficer W. B. Perry last night st about 9:30 o'clock on Gulick ave nue, near Kalihi road. Gaxiola was to be married last night to the woman he termed the most beautiful in the world, but the woman's family arose be tween them just before the time for. the ceremony, and declared against the mote. Disappointed In lore, the prospective bridegroom had recourse to boose to find re lief for his sorrow and finally landed In Jafl. HUfc mm FAIR Sffl miMG W JAILED AT EHLOi StAClU J0MMF00BSAVMG Prisoners of Sheriff Pua, Judg ing From Names, Appear to Be Filipinos; Losing Regis tration Cards May Bring Trouble to Owners ASKED TO MGlSfm One Week Set Aside for Local Women to Enroll With Post-; HUlUKUSUclUUn . JOHN F. HALEY Royal D. Mead, director of the Ha waiian Sugar Planters' Association's bureau of labor and -statistics, was appointed chairman of the new com mittee on labor of the territorial food commission at a meeting held today. Mr. Mead will assume his new du ties at once and will appoint as mem bers of his, committee? as. many per sons as he may need to assist him;'. In a letter sent to -Mr. Mead by the commission, ms attention Is call-1 ed to a report by A. 1 Hebard Case, agent for the commission on Kauai, which says that J 435 acres of . addi tional land will be available for plant- las to . rice - on the Garden Isle In t'Jij for such an, actl:2 was clearly V Xi-ed today If the prcmuli'itlra'of ;, ta rtru.:aticn or this Kin a wo-j a;:cci i the Hcsolulu brewery, . secretary and manager i piny, said he was not (Centime 3 en part tiresr ECOLfSI! U1D0!) -POT IKES PEACE DU!DS Representatives to Stbckhblm Conference; to, Insist, on - Democracy, Liberty ' (Associated Preta by CabU) LONDON; Aug. 10. At the : labor conference - now in - session here it was voted today by 1,046,000 to 65,000 to' send delegates to the forthcoming Socialist conference. A special com mittee from the labor party will sub mit a memorandum demanding restor ation of Invaded countries,. Alsace Lorraine to rrance, the independence of 'Poland ;"and"the. freedom, of Pal- iKtSei fctheUheVatlca'lxt oppressed' peoples from Turkish domination and ualiy- tzi . a determined jnanner he 1 ZAmmiuZ7a Trtlt tt3irilihtf "nsemcnr ct laiya ciana tor eon has fousht against, III health, his com- I !M?25? Sff .? Hi .f" i trol of the Adriatic Th right of free vwuio m vivo, w"-" w r .J noniA tft Atti - thir avb dMtiniM because of .the fact- that, ,a ubtoui toe mrmtn menace to .Jr. democracy and liberty Is denounced. !T Imaf T notjremain t Ions b-OccaalorhVra' serer attacks, but those whojknew ?? 'ft?:J2S2I?i?S!! his case most closely realized .recov- S"1 'J5GC5 err was not. nooihi.. Th. mnr He will not resign from the market evlirattr-reallzag-that-tfae d'wasf " taken into thecamp, he.ssjd iioaav. 1 ' - aoeence from the Montague ? Cooke, commission of "her I further as : a mem- 's committee. The woman to succeed 'Career; of nomxlar federal V offlclal 1 1918 nroTldlnr labor may be" secured eni!s followlnc extended illneas. - f to work the Celds. Mr. case.ruTiner ' i points out tnsi laoorjor ue nee neias jcn uaiey, couector ox internal i t th present, time Is scarce. ,,. eTenue, ciea at w:i o ciocx tnu art-? -y m , Tnr r nHnt-n!Tit: f toYoxlca tT1 territorial marketing division, was . 1 v6a. A rurked change for' thel.ninA . nmw of tii. inirvottnr mrrrmm Mm Anwr S I - i "iMinttittfAd isd vithln tna next raw was realised this morning that he 1 ilZT v u.Ti - m si w . - sf 'siTia - nmr. Arannrivsi 1 Bright disease asmTsietfv ieiural runslowa condlUon.. was dl-1 r,.,:r. I elAOTTfl e7rft flf-kiffV TrVfH trverM4 Vaan. I I w mmMmw Mwas muw vjrv M S avtlT 1 a M.m , Bt. C Eayres, Hrr htarunjand around.1 -,r "U5Hia?v. of the coa-l- Ha compelled to ''leata "active V awe to answer cfSce work some.weeks acoidlreetins- FPI0:5? . --i - w.- i --s I nM n..t... .w I Mr. I ixjngu . FfiFHsmnF I llUilfJll U4JU11L4 . . ITitli . ha ' anwimnnait IMm r.ni i irr'" p"7 ""; !"t I Pr-rV-n.ninWi.tAW anW -Tnr-.i-f Because of her ; . . ' ,J' ' wTVt vTT"Jterrltory; Mrtv C.: --- rr--!cast rioom oArth ir fn. h inability to serve 1. ! VLI r I 'I TrudfwnectorknownHo ber or the woman1 .7.-1 t til . .1. Ji.'hhstft fpnrt fl,v t,ftT,-T.M I aDPolntment "'of . a - J v. . ...... f :;; - - I 4 Cw.m"! OnVn "pr-!V-Ffn 5ff''llhlmselL Halevalwavafhailtinievforl I0r. cpira3 i-.inicnw; dropped kto-humce. ' i ' fifftnr?rf nMrHtr Hatevkhew th-ram-m?h'l,il No date hal t . : : StCke :v f . in hnr .m.ii w f ru.rtiw decided today to loss more kneely 'than, newspapermen her, as been leftf to J ames D.f Dole, her'a.nefrierai Joiili1w.n. chairman. MrDoleis also to appoint an attorney to serve on the legal com- ucceedlng Executive utneer ' - : , " " "".'"" been set for the 'next commission. It was hold meetings when- -1 tnr--mTt4fr.t.... itf. I ever there Is business .to be . present- . Airs, is&oeua o. vauumxv. wu vt gl.vii icarcfl. and h& ht1Vat iea. n Uio tour i w lummwu, f Jnfcn J TTnrffarA-II.fi.A re-1 iurf.a.tii. .h.u - I that mmmlssion announced !: that a IcenUy staUoned on Oahu. filed a.sep-l -joim rrtmri Haiew. w i c. large supply of seeds is on hand at arfttA maintenance suit In te superior I (v.n,iiMiiiM r c-e tt., -v (the territorial marketing division . I court yesterday, alleging her husband only afew lays more 'thaw 41-years iwher they may be secured virtually ' Tttafv Yifrht mtsI thu San Fr&nciftCO I .tn-.at. 1 ll..'. ' I ThA MmmfMiffli ti An Tion ft n link - u huj aB w - i n is i2T nnr rwaa- tfnrwi s wnrnpr a-a si a -. mv vw ( Examiner of August 12. '?'.er.- ''lieV'.'iMir.-TiiAV lun all local organisations and get ' J. "Coincident the Oltosol J tractor, andcommlsslons merchant in I oma team-work." ssld J. F. Chfld, as - .mrlalnt SaTtrael M. Ehortrlize. at-l c' . Al.V-tr2T l.ant .T-ntivn nfneer. todar.-Ihav ? rr":",' w- "tT,ff.. ranr. mowers; name t -JudrelGVaham Trtrc'JFl ider. forbidgjthejntior to h ifTfVw f "V f versity.-ot Nevada.at Reno for ,a abort diction of the court. ! v - I v 2 This oraer was servea upon xaaj. Desperate Hand to Hand Fight ing Between British and " GermansatMonchy,: PARIS, Aus. 10. In several Inten sive, sttacks .during the night the French "scored fresh" gains 'near Bix- schoote. Several farms were wrested from theGermans and Iff hand-to-hand encounters a" number of machine guns fell to the' French troops. Counterat tacks by the Teutons at' St Quentln and the Alsne were repulsed. "' i f $ .'" ' 1 :" i .hmmk . LONDON, Aus. 10. British raiders Five alleged slackers, tne nrst to be arrested in the territory, have been taken into custody at Hilo by Sheriff Sam K. Pua, according to a wireless message received late yes terday afternoon by the central board of registration. Sheriff Pua's mes sage says: "Arrested the following slackers last night: Plo Macello, Takonda Paa- cual, Demlderio Glllariama,' Fausune Corododan and Anaseto Rafael.' Judging by these names the fk'e men are all Filipinos. The law pro vides Imprisonment for them, for a period of one year at hard labor, If It can be proved that they have wil fully avoided registration. There Is a possibility that the five may have been ignorant of the reg istration laws and did not understand that they were breaking them In fall ing to get their names. on the doors. That, however, remains to be seen. Executive Officer F. J. Green said to day that every opportunity win be given' the men to prove their inno- TWENTY million women in the United States ar neededl in the cause of food conservation," says a bulletin just; issued by the postoffice and to aid in the rork the women of! Honolulu are asked to register dnrinp the week of August lit to 18 with Postmaster JlacAdaw. Special pledge cards are to be issued and every woman over 16 years of age is eligible to sign. On the filing of the signed card window tags will be issued as evidence that the eignee is a member of the United States Food Administration' Organization. The bulletin follows : ' "Twenty million women wanted to helo win the war by saving food. "How many In Honolulu will pledge their aldT , . "Through the postsl service, the na tional government has undertaken to enroll this vast army of women. "The week ef August 11-18 will be women's registration wees ai u local postoffice. - . "Those who desire to register win fill out a pledge card, supplies o: which will be placed la all the boxes at the noatofflce and delivered to cence, but that the law will be strictly I every bouse by carrier. enforced If It is found that they have evaded -registration wllfuUy. - D According to Chairman win Wayne of the registration board, altogether too many registered men are losing their redstrstlon certincates. Testerdar afternoon - cnaries stui- man of the department of public In struction, found, a certificate lying on the floor In his office. A typewriter repairer at work there shortly before had lost it from his coat. Mr. -Stlllman decided to teach the romir fellow a lesson, so ne leie- "If you do not get a card thus, apply for one to your carrier or at the post- office. :.- 1 ;--r:y . "AH women over 18 are eligible. "Signers' of the cards pledge them selves to aid the food sdmlniBtration at Washington, D; C, as follower . f I am glad to join you In the ser vice of food conservation for our na tion and I hereby accept membership in the United States food administra tion, pledging myself, to carry out the directions and advice of the food ad ministrator la my, home, insofar as my phoned hlm'thUThdrnTfis asklnghtm j circumstances ;permit. if - he had ,-reguterea. we have no record joi 1 it down here," said Mr Stlllman in a stern i voice, and made an appointment for , the typewriter man to be at tne cap- toL - Then he summonea cnairmsn Wavne over. . - Mr.' Wayne gave oaca tne cenuir rata after he had made some fn aulrlea as to its loss, and the young fellow left vowing he a sew it mte his coat lining before he took another such chance. - - 111,1111 mi v mini, - - '. HLiiinuuinuufj vHFiii rmifiHT t-' ,. ii ii . I II lllil 1 III llillll 1 "The cards,' when filled -f out and signed, may be deposited by the signers-WITHOUT7 POSTAGE in l- street letter boxes or handed In at the post office. Each person signing a pledge card will receive a household window tag entitled 'MEMBER OF .s THE UNITED STATES FOODLADMINTS- TRATION and a card ' bearing the first Instructions 1 of . the food admin istrator.'- ' ? V f . ' i If, in addition, you would like to (Continued on page twot ' m. Li3 to "fB3ffEE3 Cap - i ... to db ouuyui , following an attempt to; rob the, r -. ,.," v. vlctlm's home, a Filipino dangerous- ryo fe Bow,iuierw.uiiuS wuerc- ly wounded M. Kcnemorl, a Jspanese K 7 tne temtonai iooa commission 1. i.. tki..i i.nnM ctnr. expects to call Into conference the weer active again last night and blew flTiS! vtn.Mi n., . hotel and restaurant men of Honolulu np several German dugouts along the S 'Zll n l.n. hi morninr. to discuss food conservation on a Monchy la Preur front, I Eoniface a -feV moments befofe"he i was to have boarded a train for Fort s D. A. Russell,-Wyorto-whlch 'post 1 f he has been ordered for duty. i "According to Tlrs: Boniface, her husband has been. surly, cold and In ?fferent for the nast five Tears t Tuesday night, at their apartment in I the Baldwin hotel, she' says, he struck t She asks the court to award her 8230 I month and the custody of the Caugh t ter. : : ' -" f "" : i -flfaj. Boniface, who, with his wife, j arrived ta this city thtee Cays ago t from Honolalu, denies having hit -his I wife. He gays thst she waa chastls: ( leg their daughter, and he remonstrate r ed because of her alleged - severity. time."1! Newspaper-Careee- Hajey'a ewspsper career opened at the.age.of .lSwpen Jie JEahIreUn " -J''-. ' ii i i ' . f" - ' r(CeaChued en pse two) ; OMIlEISERIi ifffl here:: fn HEAR FUTURE i.u ,v. n.Tn. mr, lioture,. acorclng .to information re JAPANESE PAFERSBACK- VAGE INCREASE DEMAuP Panama canaL .ri.- Zi--.-,. : ? Icelved from the mainland. The Zea- -it v 1 i: 1 ?w 4 ' -1 and from' there it waa sUted that the I Dutch warship, would go through sthe 1 4,-.: VAUt lUOtitX UtUAUy Panama canaL "; r ? ; Japanese newspapera are urgtnS-an Unexs .operating, in. the Pacific, it Is : 'Increase for the Japanese laborers of thought that the Zealand Is being sent i the Urrttory, but . aa. yet there has to the Pacific coast to guard the In , . been no threat of a strike.' The four, terests of the liners. Holland Is com- Japanese dallies are all supporting a tog lato closer touch with the Hawaii- ' movement to Increase toe pay or tne na uoco me vutcn imers, pi : imen on the plantations, and believe that with the present price of commo- .r . . j'ditles the working man should be glv . One , hun(fred copies of , the food . vnumber of the - Hawaiian Planters' V ' Record hsve been furnished tha ter : 5 yrltorUl food commission br the nlai- Ing the Pacific, were cut on the run. Hundreds of Dutch residenU of Hoi land and Java pass through Honolulu, and the Honolulu people are begin ning to learn more about the people from the Netherlands, who have col onised, the South Seas. With the coming of the warship, It Is expected thst closer- relations will ; be estab- 3Q0TY AFTER wmwm Chinese Rendered Unconscious Following ; Attack, He De clares, By Soldiers last -night- after bloody hand-to-hand fighting. On the road to Arras se Tere: leases were inflicted. The Ger mans progressed 1200 yards. At St Quentln the German forces made 150 Frenchmen prisoner. FOVL USED A! TARGET, 0Vi!2?. ISREALAIJGr.": Hawaiian Woman Grows Dra- inauc in telling rowce HOW ' rf f f . . . - unicKen was vounced . ;': WITH a : wounded chicken under ; her arm, a stout middle agellla- wallan woman, wearing a brlehf holokn and a .--Tf D ngD - A A. Y 111 JK. V M.1A- ' a - .B LI M V I H r 1 A a. . ffSirS.-SS " 7a no likely that the conference t. Pretty leV tedlanTlr id,7 w- .wn m th' held before the first of the l the . poUce sta tlo? th , While Kanemori was asleepto the tA1Ailfh hft.' Tnlng and.exm-i.,. l:iIu?r...tllJ, ptoo entered blsroom wlUi the iprob- u tne de8lre of th8 commission to f- PoHce. ; oowinJ SS Police Ofiicor Grilloi! fit Givi! Testimony Introduced Reveal: h Officers Madr Arrest With ; out Proper Warrant or In ; sfructions ' . i A . case : of where a police officer ; was sent on his beat without proper In-; structlons from" his : - superiors was j brought to light Thursday afternoon ; at the public hearing held by the civil service commission to investigate the charge of Attorney ' Lorrtn 'Andrews i that his client, John "Sanborn,rwas il legally arrested by Officer - Holsteln. i Whether the arrest was Uletal or ncf has been left to the city and county attorney's office to ; decide, for the members, of the commission disagreed on the Interpretation of the law. 1 The testimony Introduced, however, showed that Officer Holsteln. during the time of the arrest and his subse quent actions at the police station, had anything but a clear idea of what should bo done. -".." .-; "; ; At the time of. the arrest Sanborn was supposed to have taken 85 fron a marine, but at ' the trial 'ht taj cleared of the charge. - Mr. Andrews claimed yesterday that the officer baj no right to make the arrest." for ta charge had. been made at the time and Holsteln's knowledge of the al leged purported offense had been re ceived entirely from a third person, a" (Continued on page 2.) Officer M. D. Barboza answered the broad scale, and especially the waste of food, the size - and number of -. .? k..--?- f t " ti fnn j,.,n aftar hA had twn ol iooa, me size- ana niunuer . BERLIN, Aug, 10.-Atucking taXJJ.mM served and the utilization as a , . . a. i ial.. 3i. v.w. - step niuKi ujb onuu were repuisea K j- 0 .,af.i , iar as pos far as possible of foodstuffs grown 13 iflLLED I I LOIfliJBLAST . ... . ... ,.v . . .. - a 1 . ' a.a. A. . W t, TT. n vy V aoie- mpi have as many of them as possible at v A7. Vm the first meeting. A conference with him, according to his story, to recover , tbe oriental resuurant men may be whi 5? htZ ' w . , ii! ' - beld first, the meeting with the' other Drawing back, Uw-rmplno pulled proprletors to D held at a later date, knlfa and Jabbed it Into the oncoming It not oe o much the desire Japanese, cutting a deep gash In his of commigsion to urge "meatless" (Associated Press by Cable) chest and another one on his back. The Japanese then yelled and the Fili pino ran, following which officer Bar boza came to the rescue. Kanemori la resting ' peacefully lot BG1ERALS . Alter .leading their victim. into an explosion today in the East End 13 outof-the-way place, knocking him un- j were killed nnd scores injured. and robbing him, two soldiers 'found only fl'on Ng Tin, a Chinese and t driver of hack No. 7. last night about I t:Z0; when. tEey attacked him on I School street.- The police are now hunting the soldiers. , I TJaAAVAHnt iiMtaAifmanaas esvftnlva aifi 4M7W9mb) vviAsvv-awaaeiamvosp w 4miu ms hour after being attacked, Ng Tin re ported Immediately to the "police sta tion. He was treated in the Emer gency hospital for a lacerated scalp. .Whfle. driving on King street, the hackman waa accosted by two , aol dlers, according to the story told by himuto: the police. , The soldiers told him to drive them vp to the .Asylum road and . then on School street -where darkness prevailed.- About 500-feet -Ewa of the Insane asylum the Chinaman " was struck by the two soldiers with what he aald was' the' butt 'of a pistol.' Oalxi K.Jta taksA Iran ihA asJCL itWa mmarvBnev hntmitai thin mornlnp. 9 A,tTtAT . A - T . , I " lAJitxjsjn, aus. aw. in a cnenuca , Althoneh ha win recover. J i . ; . It is said that If the knife had taken another turn when ft went Into his chest he ! would probably have been mortally wounded. WASHINGTON, D. C. Aug. 10. It was announced today that 200 more generals would benamed next week. FOOD COMMISSION MEETS WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. The food X control commission convened today. - 10. was In the robbery that followed, and with this the" two soldiers made a clean SHERMAN NOW LOADING LUMBER AT BELLINGHAM Word bss been received at the of fice of the department quartermaster that the transport "Sherman left San Francisco for Belllngham on August 4 to load lumber for Honolulu. The transport Dlx is expected to arrive here next Sunday or Monday from San Francisco. She left the coast last Friday. The Logan Is now on her way ' from .the coast, having left there on Monday of this week. r -: There will be no September trans port here from -the ; Philippines next month, the Thomas: having been or dered to proceed directly to San Fran cisco from Manfla.without stopplngin or "wheatless" days as It will be to urge the Introduction" of more Island grown products on the menus. ; The commission will also urge the hotels and restaurants to cut down on the consumption of meat and bread, and feels that this may be done if more vegetables are served. - V Tourists have complained that they cannot Mcnrfl -gnfflrignt- fre'h vptrtv I tables in the locsl restaurants and I hotels. Their' argument is that, for. r Instance, . they- can get canned corn at home at any time during the year, but that they cannot get fresh corn and other vegetables at ' Christmas time, as they can in Honolulu. What they want, says the food commission, are the. same menus as In the states. The Idea of the "meatless day Is al ready being carried out by the "Alex ander Toung hotel and some; of the restaurants. .;, . , . ; !;v. 'l The fact that menus may. be made attractive even, it -meats are eliminat ed to some extent haa been Illustrated at the Yf W. C; A.v cafeteria. The cafeteria Is now -doing better, than merely making -expenses,' and at the same time- Mrs.4 James RusselL man ager, has reduced the meat ration and has Increased the side dlshea cf vege- wore out a warrant for th ' fnf,?if on Wof "malicious 1 Mrs. llallaka Kauluw with grat eio- tender chicken had received the mor tal wound. Although she spoke in Ha--, walian, her meaning was clear enough. Appearing before her hearers In a chair at first. Mrs. Kauka arose to herl feet as , she became excited. This morning , whfle sk was reading the paper. It; seems: that: she; heard the pop of a rina.y Looking up she saws one of her flock of chickens flutter' across ,the, railroad track . near her home and beard UT squawk" with dls-1 tresa; :: ; - , , ; , .; . . ! H euswg .tae - trouble iMrs-Ksukx glanced towards her neighbor's house and crouching -fa- the hedge she ob-r erved 'a soldier witlT a gunl " In de- , scribing; this she stopped and vividly ; portrayed hls actions. v : i ' - These people living next door , to : the Kauka's have 'among them two soldiers . who nut the marksmanshfo that they learn en Uncle Sam's shoot-1 Ing ranges ' to practise In shoctol her i chickens. Mrs. T Kauka has sev- f eral children and " win . not stand -til have their lives endangered by ti a j flrlag of a parlor rifle, she says, so ? ' baa applied to the police to stop th raids of her neighbors. " - - - The arrest is now to be made tr! the police, and the man wCl be su--ccned-to appear before Jc'e II-rr7! r jlwli protahly tencrrow net M ., mm l , i . i i, i & -I. -' f ' - ---'-'