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: HONOJGUOJ CTAK-BOLLETiy, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
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1405. Suzuki. MfyoicM
2SSS. Cher. Wah Kim
J60. Hosaka. Hirojl.
135.' Shiffitr.oto. Shinruchl
3410. Palshon. Frank
34SS. Ferguson, Chartea K..
i040." Naone. Elenke K.
8S13. Hofingheff. W. 'Edwin .
3S92. Agwrro, Jos -3631.
Chung. Choon - Hons
475. Hons. Yun Gui
2220. Kabayasni. Masao
3489. Young. Shau Bin '
S389. Yonezawa, Sicl)l
1901 TO 2000
S042. Entrevenclon,' Victor
fi(S. Hendonca, Joe
1649. Musuu. George Kac
977. Duarte. John
142. Lee. Kon
2RS9. Ivv. nirnpr S.
Lopes, William Frcitas
Souza. Frank Rodrigues
On. Soong Tak
Smith. Lewis Stanley
Fong, Ling -Shurn,
King. Harry E.
Tarmenter. John .
Gamble. Ernest Johnson
Newton, Lester Lee
Waiolama, Isaac Kalcimoml
i6 t 1.
2999. Pemberton.'Cyril Eugene
892. rakamura. Kenicni
1398. Fong, Say Kong
1425. Omae, Shingepe
12. Esllnger, James
500. Kamiya. Rihjlro
308. Texeira, John
1565. McCallum. Clarke
815. K a pule. William Kahale
1235. Kohara, Kiichi
2908. Lariaga, Sibrino
3 S3 2. Kopia, David
3804. Cowan, James Henry
2194. Higa. Matsuzo
3822. Mulligan. Patrick J.
1718. Medeiros. Antone
16S5. Luiz, John C.
2114. Gould. Thomaa
1742. Tanaka. Oklta
3536. Dias John S.
3252. Mitsusuki, Horimoto
1038. Asato. Tameke
534. JCiiyama, Koichi
2854. Fleming. Charles A.
1023. Nakafruma. Kumashiko
72. Fuiimoto. Shojiro
691. Mnno, Takeshlge
HIgi iio. Tadua
, Tyau. Luke Mau
Kailihou. Gregory K.
Ono. Kichizo ' :
Wright. Peter E. K. .
Stone, Hobert Edwin
Clarke. Robert Fox
Cura. Joe F.
Mclntyre. George D
Beckley. George Charks
Morris. Patrick M.
Dias, Manuel A.
Kaluahinenui. Francis Keolanui
Ew?ee, George Puns
Zert. Henry Thomas
Beser. Frederick Eugene
F.otelho. John E.
An, Chons Yal "
I limit Xiflo
Ounha. Frank Kaloo
lio. bi m
1131. Gorden, Charles ,
53. Wells. Donald T.
3377.' Simon, Francisco
2461. Lewis, Donald McLcod
319. Sayama. Shosuke . i
959 ",: Manuel. William P. -
1873. Sparling. Wesley Hawn
390. Takenishl, Juklchi ,
1461. Paala, Marcarlo
2855." Souza. Manuel
Peru, Joseph Kreltas .
Sunn. Samuel Karl
Souza, Alfred R.
Soares, F. Clarke '
Chilllngworth, Robert K.
Kalelelkl. Jim , ' -
294. .Kagiyama. Shiniti ;
in.!, nonaa. onizp t ,
Bok, Cho Sung
Hoaptil. David K, Jr.
21. Sal to. Mashiro
27. Mitrafa IConlrhl
Lee, Tuck Yuen
Brown. Burnett Burnham
Tsibe, Leopold William
lung, none :
61. Taro. Chlnik
lt'82. Keoho. George
Blackshear. Kemp II.
Kupahu; George K.
Polluk. William Henry
3ol.. lvobata, Zentaro
t u v .
Shim, Kong Tai
Lum, Dai A gee
Nakamura, . Tomiji
Case, Howard David
Cameron, Ernest Roy
Mateos, Ildefonso i.
Sampaio, George S.
Ming. Chu Se
Choy, Bung Chun
Ho, Kam Hon
Iee, Henry T. Y.
Counts, Ernest C.
Koahou. William Ah Sing
Camacho, Joao F.
Char. George Y.
; McTigfie. William E.
Costa, Joseph Theodore
Soong. Allen Chinn
Condon. Merton I.
Manners, Dan, Jr.
2120. Kas.un-.oto. Shigcjiro
. i r
2001. TO 2100
A Ives. George S.
Pane. Chin Hu
Mullin. Alfred Nelson
Hough. Reuben Arthur
Malta. los Da
Amrofe. Julian M.
Black. Clarence C.
Kahele. Wm. Lawreure
I ha. Isan
Silva, Joseph Raposa
Ying. Lum Hong
Henry. Pilot l
l.ittlejohn. Charles Theodore
Doria. Joe T.;
Ieckei Harry SanforO
Ah Sing Charles
Pacheco. Everlst Berada
Yap. Mew Choy '
Fung. En Sue
Krrr. Charles Stark
Jobuchi, Kaichiro .
Chun, Quan Yet
Rea. Hugh Cecil
Johnson. Thomas H.
Gomes. Joe Pedro
3IcCallister. John L.
Lee. Charles Onseong
Oliveira. Antone Joseph
Vorfeld. Walter T.
Center. George Davi1
Kau. En You
Sem. Chu Se
Taylor, Stanley Shattuck
ieiaecKer, ji.inn a. i.
Geracimos, George N.
Morse, Harry S.
Plada. Frank Camacho
I ha. Shintoku
Gibson. Thomas C. B.
Cheng, Yong Sen
Rego. August Martin
Abel. Thomas S.
Gall. Frank O.
Kawai, Henry Kaai
Ezdro. Levi Martin
Souza. Joe Dias
2101 TO 2200
402. PIndang, Bernado
3348. Kibara. KIsaku
2213. Noa. John
Minra. Ichiro t
2923.' King. James J.
4203. Tahara. Nobuyuki
S97S. Asai, Hanohiro
2201 TO 2300
20. Anderson, Wllhelm A.
7v. Silva. Henry John
Goeas. Manuel R.
. . 1 4. Chung, Pung Lum
I ii5. Sousa, Pete
j 1 4. Doin. Kwan
2ii0. Ohrt, Frederick
i;u. Takata. Seiko
448. Nilsanishl. Kakichi
499. ' Shcphatd, Opal H.
4114. Takakura, Kanji
2462. Yamamoto, Kunisuko
1112. Silva. Joseph R.
3107. Dennis, Madison J.. J,
817. Motouaga, Morizo
2106. Schuman. Gustave V.
J3i'. Filomeno, Joseph
4 117. lice, Tai Tong
-1. Kaulia. Samuel V.
irfi9. Kamaka. Reuben
.ats. Sosabe. Miguki
! his. l.ut. Davia
i u 2. Dickson, . Caleb B. -i.
i Vfmaa. l osokichii . ,
I'JSI. l.o, St-cn
i. Sit a. lit-jii y A.
.lit- i.apina. John"
i ' : '5, L;i:uont, Edward
.'t'U. r. t.'iara. Stntchi
io.. li!ai'.i. liikotaro
-)2. lout. Pin
-iliii. Ukiiyar ta. llisataka
jv.'S. Andit-s, Caladas
i2. K;.iniiuai, Daniel
zili. Johnson, Chris
Oil. Raphael. Eugene W.
3l94. McDougall. SVilliani
2313. Lino. John Kaniaka
&6I. Creevey, K. Allen
As an aftermath to the many dis
putes over the Laimi improvement pro
ject, which has occupied the attention
of the supervisors add city and county
engineering staff for several months,
James T. Taylor, civil engineer; Joe
Perry, a contractor; William Lutz, an
inspector, and three Chinese laborers
were arrested inis afternoon on a
charge of having changed a curb line
on Laimi road without getting per
mission from the supervisors.
The warrant was sworn to by John
Duggan, a contractor, interested in the
Engineer Taylor and the others
were released on their own recogniz
ance, as the charge is based upon a
technicality, or so it is asserted. They
are to appear at police court tomor
row morning at 9 o'clock.
TIRE -PICKS UP
IN ITS TRAVEL
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 16. Pros
pectors are hitting the trail of an auto
mobile .tire today out in the North
west as the result of an odd discovery
my.W. B. Stewart, manager of service
at the Goodrich branch in hs city.
Mr. Stewart was inspecting a few days
ago an old tire received from , Kalis
pell, Mont., and noticed that a neglect
ed cut had admitted a small quantity
of black sand to. the interior of the
casing As he examined this sand
his eyes fell upon some gleaming yel
low grains. An expert was consulted.
He pronounced the grains to be pure
gold-declared, furthermore, that the
proportion of yellow metal made the
sand especially good pay dirt.
It is his surmise that the sand work
ed into the cut in the casing while
the tires were' plowing across some
stream or through lake or river sands
In " "ontana. . ''
Workmen in factories in Bridge
port are being paid as high -as $70 a
week. - 'vW-yVv""' : - vf-V-'.
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7S94. Tano. Hitoshi -
1162. Iieakl, Keneo
ID 16. Moou, Kam
18S2. !KIm, Chi Yum
R622. Goo, Tai
5873. Duran, Eiriaco
4417. Oshiro, Angln
67. Kobayashi, Kenichi
40S5. Salazar, . Eoque
7720. Gonsalves. Fernandes
7931. Keomalu. George . . : '
2354. Chins. Georsre F. . :
6412. Shoji, Sukeichi
2741. Oshikata, Kaichiro-" . '
8100. Tsans, Kong ishun - -
7428. Pononul. Jr.
6138. Nadan, Batiano
20. Lau, Ah Wong ' -
2633. Hirota.. Sadao
Olsen. John Alfred :
frcj o. onekichi
Koko. John Hi
! jn-P. Felipe
2151. Araki. Kenichi
ali' Muns:. Kim Tai
Lavi5, Chester Ross
Takt-nchi, Kunltaro ' ' ,
Seong, Kau Sins
5S50. Fagsuyoin. Fulgencia .
520. Ala. Moses
3683. Shiniakawa. Jjnpci
7253. Stsoke. Yatnato
2198. Saut, Wong
746. Selebrado. Lacarias
2506. Pansoi, Sixto
25G. Kahale, Lot
3237. Fa bin wit, Agaton
5811. Takemoto, Seichi . '.
360. I'aa. Namaka
3648. Mateo, Dionisio '
3347. Murata. Shintaro .
4432. Watanabe. Sakujiro
6911. Yamauchi, Suekichi
324. Shimubuku, fciaj'
6347. Buatis. Miguil
3172. Paelipan. Domingo
538. Dun go, Francisco
609. Salem. Lionclo
6128. Martin, Tomas
6656. Choo, Sun Mo
882. Kamesuke, Shimafeku
6146. Yasunaga, Jitsuzo
1913. Bantista, Zacariatf
7606. Kamai. Gabriel. Jr.
cnin. xg an
3162. Sanoy, Lucio
3964. Yorong-. F.scolastico 1- -4S07.
2901. Nemoto, Yaichiro
5717. Andrews, James K.
6209. Villanor, Juan
442J. Hallesteroo. Martin
0S4. Kiambao, Andres
7928. Mia, George ;
3S24. Vierjis, Jose
57S8. Soon, Wong Chuck
JS97. Oshiro. Taku
J23S. Yamabe. Suenobu V
oou. rurusniina, jewnei
2601 TO 2700
4451. Tsuruda. Wataru
4555. Narandan. Moniao
2164. Santos, Bernabe S.
."045. Chinen, Kana
2035. Miyagi. Takeo
5198. Holi, John 11.
5515. Brown. William H.
64. Manalo, Maximo
6862. Dumlao, Guillermo
45. Cava co. Antone S. V -
9is. joxn. John Marquez Y
278. Yashikune, Kiiti
;31'3. ' Sam, Fa Keili
964. Taiia. Kama
102. Costa, John
07".:. 1 ' tiira. Ijavid
Gfi7 4. X:tg;isuwa. Kamekichi
65S6. Araisbl. Yoshimura
57 55. Foiio, Feoro
Hi usho. Kakuji
1651. Cjicor. Magdaleno : :
S6. 1 Funr
;. John M. IT.
Ji-r. Kaytnend M.
': i: la n. Scmi'orosu
Usuii o, Tokn
. Saito. Yeisaku
Kong. Ho Chin
.ling. See Sui
Fukai, Kakuji k
Belmont, Joaquin C. F.
Cho. Kim Song
Lono, Jack ,
Ching, Tai Yon
Park. Ho Chun
Quenanola. Dorotea .
Cedcno. Juan Monseratte
Ivahookuno, Edward H.
Itenton. James L.
Sing, Chang Hoi
Oilman, Harry K.
Sun, Kim Wong
Calonsag. Andres -Furukawa
2701 TO 2800
Chang, Ah Hing
Fie, Henry Chong
Hu. Goon Tim
Sun. An Yett
Ignacio, Melicio P.
Cubalis, Leon M.'
Sool. Lu Bong
Yuen. Ching Kium ,
Huddy, Ezera Kahele
Cha, F-ung Soo
Cheong. Iee Sar
- Hong. Chong
Waipa, Arthur P.
Kekahuna. James '
Sa, Nora to Rodrlgues De
. Tanaka, jTakutaro - -
j . 1 i .
. !N4 7.
73 5 1 ,
2645.i Importartte. Leon.
itZ.v Kaimi. Solomon ,
5354. Panzer, John A.
3399. Joshua,- Isaac K. .
-Matadero. Joaquin .
; Sunouchi. Tamigo
Fow. Ching Sam - '
- Lau, Back Chew
Lam. Wine Chow
Simeona, David K.
Anderson, John, Jr.
8031. Nesneson, Cirelo
Devoy, Edmund B.
Kinolau, Peter K.
Chun. Sui Ngo
Yee. Quen '
Kauakahilau, Joseph K.
Misa. Crispulo ;
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American Sugar Rfg. ...
American Tel. dL.Tel. ..
Baldwin Loco. . .
Baltimore & Ohio
Bethlehem Steel .
Calif. Petroleum .
M. & St. P. (St. Paul) 444
Colo. Fuel & Iron
Cuban Sugar .
Erie Common .......
General Electric ....
General Motors, New
Great Northern PfcC
Inter. Harv.. N. J. ..
Kennecott Copper ..
Lehigh R. R. .......
New York Central ..
Reading Common ..
Southern Pacific ...
rexas Oil ..........
U. S. Steel
Bid.j'YEx-d.v'rid- t Unquoted.
Corporal Frank M. Barnes, Battery
B, 9th Field Artillery, is transferred
as private to the 6th Aero Squadron,
Quartermaster Sergeant Henry Cum
mins, Quartermaster Corps, is relieved
from further duty at Schof ield Bar
racks, H. T, effective November 1,
1917, on "which date he will proceed
to Honolulu, H. T., reporting on ar
rival to the department quartermaster.
Sergeant Louie E. Ponnequ'-, Bat
tery C, 1st Field Artillery, is transferr
ed as private second class to tne Ord
nance Department, Hawaiian Ordnance
Pursuant to instructions from the
War Department, Mr. Wheeler S. Mc
Clure, Civil Service Messenger, Head
quarters Hawaiian Department, now
sick in the Department Hospital, this
city, will proceed on the first avail
able transport to San Francisco, Cal.,
where upon arrival he will report to
the commanding officer, Letterman
General Hospital, the Presidio of San
Francisco, for further treatment
A general court-martial is appointed
to meet at the general court-martial
room, Post' Headquarters, Schofield
Barracks, H. T., at the call of the
president thereof, for the trial of such
persons as may be properly brought
Detail for the Court
Captain Jere Baxter, 25th Infantry.
Captain Jacob L. Devers, 9th Field
Captain Clyde A. Selleck, 9th Field
Captain John M. Eager, 1st Field Ar
Captain Thoma Clarkson, 25th In
fantry, U. S. R.
1st Lieut. John O. Haskins, 1st Field
1st Lieut. Gilbert P. Kearris, 1st
1st Lieut. William E. Pheiffer, 9th
. 2nd Lieut. John J. Duffy, 25th In
fantry. 1st Lieut. Joseph R. Parker. 25th
Infantry, U. S. R., judge advocate.
Pursuant to authority contained in
an indorsement from the War Depart
ment, dated October 12, 1917, Private
Harry F. Wedel. C.A. C, 10th Com
pany, Oahu, will be discharged from
the army by his commanding, officer
for the convenience of the govern
ment to enable him to accept appoint
ment as &my field clerk.
2nd Lieut. James F. Ballard, 25th
Infantry, is temporarily attached to
Company I of that regiment.
Company M, 25th Infantry, is re
lieved from further duty, at Fort Arm
strong, H. T.f and will return to Its
Pursuant to telegraphic authority
from the War Department, dated Aug
ust 28, 1917, 1st Lieut. Charles W.
Latimer, Cavalry Officers' Reserve
Corps, js called to active duty and
assigned to the 4th Cavalry.
An investigation of the case of Chio
Tan In, wha is alleged to have assault
ed a Japanese girl employed as a serv
ant by Attorney E. J. Botts on Ana
punl street several nights ago, will be
begun this afternoon by the territorial
grand jury. He !s charged with as
sault with a weapon:; Another- charge
against him Is assault with intent to
rob. City Attorney. A. M. Brown also
expected to present the cases of three
chauffeurs ; who are charged with so
licltinc. J : . .
VILL Svlfi FOR
CRIME OW NOV. 16
Erina Dajoylongsol, the Filipino man
who was convicted in - circuit court
of the murder of a Filipino woman
near , Watertown, will be hanged at
Oahu prison on Friday, November 16.
His death warrant has been fixed for
that date. v; in::-y-
As the reprieve for Antonio Garcia
is also set to expire on November 16,
it is probable that the two men will
be hanged together, pf . t r ;
Dajoylongsol killed the mother of
Dolores - Morales, a Filipino girl on
whom, he had Aestowed attentions. The
mother had induced the girl "to . turn
her affections to another man, and on
the morning" of the murder the first
suitor entered the home while the
three were at breakfast. He emptied
his pistol aU them and in this fusil
lade the older woman was killed, V
That revolutionary ashe3 are still
smouldering in China, and that the
nation is still in a state of unrest, is
pointed out in a cablegram . received
by the Liberty News, a local Chinese
newspaper, yesterday to the effect
that the central governinent officials
at Peking have ousted Chun Bing
Kwan, military governor of Canton.
Decision to dismiss the , military
governor was reached at a v recent
meeting of the officials of the central
government, the reason being that
Canton is now the capital and head
quarters of the southern division and
believed to be a veritable hotbed of
revolutionary plots and ; plans. Ac
cording to the cablegram, this is the
first official step to be taken by the
central government against the lead
ers of the southern provinces,' and U
looked upon as being a forerunner of
a movement to put down, with force
if necessary, any movement to over
throw the present government.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen, native of Hawaii,
with hundreds of friends and sympa
thizers here is supposed to be at bot
tom of present plots to overthrow th'?
government and set iip a : new one
with Doctor Sun himself as its head.
Advices received some time ago by
the 'Nippu Jiji, a local Japanese daily
newspaper, were that Doctor Sun bad
been placed in command of the south
ern division of the! Chinese army," but
that he had bee later charged with
treason and forced to flee the coun
try with a price on his head. v
District Attorney S. C. Huber has
as yet received no conclusive eri
dence of a campaign among Hawaiian
Chinese to raise funds to help finance
Doctor Sun's plans to foment a rebel
lion in China. In the Chinese ' dis
tricts it has - been reported that such
a movement is on foot; but these re
ports have not yet been verified by
FOR m LLIS
in ir; slo';:
Although this Is the final day for til
ing inventories and .making pay
ments on a large number of ; goods
outlined; in the new war law, these
filings and payments were coming In
slow. Acting Collector Ralph S. John
stone stated shortly before noon to-
day. Vw-:y ;:: yOj'P::;: P). ' A V '-; -
Included in the list of .those under
the section are liquor dealers, dealers
in cigars. Cigarettes and tobacco, and
others liable to a large-number of ex
cise or special taxes such as those on
cosmetics, toilet powders, and patent
medicines. :v'i : P. 'P P '
; Owners of boats are especially slow
in: paying, it was stated. Yachts
pleasure boats, motor boats with fixed
engines and sail: boats are all to be
taxed. ;v-;-i'?;rv':.:vi;''.'--i;".; r - -
If for any reason persons have not
been notified by the revenue officials,
they are still held responsible. So,iar
as known all have received their no
tice, but there may be instances
where the revenue, office does' not
have- the data to judge : w heth er cer
tain dealers come under the law'.,
The special taxes collected at moving-picture
shows, railroads and by
certain autobusses are payable on No
vember 15 'and every month there
after by the firms collecting them.
These begaji yesterday. - : ; ! : ,v
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HAWAII IGNORED I
IN FOOD PLEDGES
HOTELS TO BE ASKED
TO SAVE ON WHEAT
Hotels, restaurants and cafes will
be asked by the territorial food com
mission to sign pledge cards signify
ing their willingness to do their "bit"
in helping conserve the nation's food
supply by eliminating waste.
This announcement was made today
by J. F. Child, federal food commis
sioner, who says that no stone is to
be left unturned in getting Hawaii
back of the big nation-wide move
ment of food conservation.
"Our campaign, which probably will
begin next week, will be a quiet one"
he adds. "Because we have been left
out of the national campaign does not
mean that we are going to stop con
serving food. With the steamer Gov
ernor on the beach there is no telling
where we may find ourselves."
"Are you going to include the chop
suey restaurants . along with the ho
tels?" Mr. Child was asked.
"Certainly," he answered. "We sare
going to ask them all to sign up.",
WAIMEA CAVALRYMEN- i;
ARE EAGER FOR CAMP
Captain O. L. Sorenson, command
ing the Waimea troop of national
guard cavalry, which is made up of
cowboys from the Parker ranch, was
at guard headquarters this morninjr
talking over jplans for the guard en
campment. & -
"Our boys are looking forward en
thusiastically to the camp," said Cap
tain Sorenson. "We will bring no
equipment and no horses, these be
ing furnished by the army. Our
troop is composed of 57 men, who will
make the trip."
Besides Captain Sorenson, Lieuten
ant Sam K. Parker will accompany;
the men. They will leave next Fri-i
day afternoon at about 5 o'clock, em
barking on the Mauna Kea.
PLAN HUKILAU FOR
Two changes in the program of en
tertainment for the party of congress
men due to arrive here next week
were made today by the committee
on plans at a meeting in the gover
nor's office. These changes allow a
hukilau at Waimanalo beach on Thurs
day, the day after the party arrives,
and a lunch at the- Young hotel on
November 10, Saturday, where tbe
people may meet , the congressmen and
present any petitions or memorial?.
The hour , of - visiting" the1. Kaiulani
school on Thursday w-as changed from
10:30 to 9:30 o'clock. . !. :
There will be a meeting of Theodore
Roosevelt - Camp;. No. 1, U. S. W V.,
Knights of Pythias - hall, t Saturday,
7:30 p. m sharo. AH comrades are in
vite ' ' .
i Hawaii apparently, was completely
forgotten by ; the national food - ad
ministration when - literature . and
posters were ' printed and "other ar
rangements made for the nation-wide
'Food Pledge Week according to a
cablegram received by J. F. Child,
federal food commissioner for, the ter
ritory, from Herbert Hoover, national
food administrator.". P" . 'PP:
"Food Pledge Week" began on the
mainland last Monday. It was post
poned until next Monday in Hawaii
because the food commission did not
have - on hand a supply vof pledge
cards, Window .membership cards,
posters or other advertising and in
structive1 matter. Mr. Child sent a
hurry-up message to Mr. Hoover for
literature and other1 requisites. Here
Is the answer he received: - ; v
"Unnecessary to plan an elaborate
pledge card campaign ; : ' .
MIt is evident that Jlawail has been
completely left out of the natldn-wlde
campaign,", says Mr. Child. "I guess.
me iooa aamxnisirauon nas exnaust
ed all its literature ,lnd posters.' Any
way, we will clean up as best we can
with the pledge cards we have, . and
those the postmaster has.' Wre have
a supply of window membership cards,
but that is about all." ; ; ;-
':- However, Hawaii : already has sent
several thousand pledge cards on to
Washington,' as a campaign was be
gun gome time ago by Postmaster
MacAdam with the cooperation of the
local commission. - V r : : C
Believed to be implicated in the
robbery of the silver crown from the
tomb of King Lunalilo, Anton Shus
skoffsky, a Pole, - was arrested last
evening by Chief of Detectives ' Ar
thur McDuf f ie, and Is held at police
headquarters for investigation. Shus
skoffsky was to have appeared in po
lice court this morning as complain
ant in a case against his wife, charg
ing her with a serious offense, but
was not permitted to press the case
owing to his being detained by the
detective bureau, v r r -
Shusskoffsky has a police record,
according to the detectives. He was
convicted a number of years ago for
the robbery of three churches. Chief
McDuffie has been working on the
Lunalilo robbery ever since it was
discovered two days ago.
CHINESE WOMAN MAY
DIE FROM POISONING
Tom See, aged, 33 yearsja Chinese
woman living on Liliha street near
School street, attempted suicide at 3
o'clock this morning by. drinking
poison. She is now at the emergency
hospital and is not expected . to live.
She was not taken to the h&spital un
til 9 o'clock this morning, when the
police were first notified. ; X...
A neighbor heard the Chinese wo
man's groans and investigated. He
found the woman in her room suffer
ing intense agony. A doctor was call
ed but it is thought that he. gave her
improper first aid . treatment ; It
was - not until six hours - after ; the
woman took poison- that the emerg
ency hospital was notified; Dr. It. G.
Ayer believes the woman to be suffer
ing from some : vegetable poisoning,
the exact nature of which has not been
determined. -j:; :"
COLOMBIA TAKES OUT
500 BUNCHES BANANAS
Vlif ting w of Hhe I coastwise shipping
restriction upon the steamer Columbia
by the national shipping board: did not
greatly aid the freight and passenger
service of the island? on that vessel's
first voyage out of here after she was
granted immunity from the, coastwise
shipping law. Only . 500 bunches t of
bananas wre shipped on. the vessel
and she had room for no other cargo.
Four cabin passengers and one in the
steerage left for the coast from here
by the . Columbia. - : ,
The British steamer Tarnaqua, reT
ported torpedoed ' arrived at an . At
lantic -port ;
to the pay-
The' Free Kindergarten zzl C
dren's Aid Association, with Mr3. F. .
Swanzy ' presiding, had It3 re:',
monthly meeting at the Litrr.:
Hawaii .this morning, when the d;:i '
the Mother Rice Memorial Playsrcu
In Moiilill from the descendants (.
Mrs. Riee was formerly turned over i j
The deed ) carries with it a s . .'
ficient endowment to carry cn t':. "
work of the Dlayground." said :ir-.
Isaac M. Cox, secretary cf the as;c.'.-
ation. "and we are all de&rlv srateiul.
as I am sure the entire city of He:. -lulu
is. for this very splendid gift."
A report from the Beretanla rliy-
ground was read by the secretary,
briuKinz out the interesting lact th-t
the average daily attendance cf chil
dren at this, one of the city s most Im
portant breathing places, i3 2C0.
' Football has made Atz aoreararo
among the boys on this playgroup !,
rivaling baseball In popularity. . S;r.
uel W. Robley, Y. M. C. A. secretary c I
community boys work, ha3 charts c
the boys' sports, and every "Saturday
morning boys of football age freni lh
playground are given the privIlCa3 cf
going . to the iY. 31. C. A. guninasiur...
Under Mr. Robley the boys have be: a
organized to meet other football tsa ,
and enthusiastic play is the result.
. Miss Vera ,Day, who has charge cf
the playground, reports that the girls
and smaller boys are much Interest; )
now in making scrap-books from fix
tures which' they themselves clip fro;.
magazines provided for the purpesi.
Some of the older girls are now ,ca!
lug one large scrapbook to be kept 3
a permanent addition
Still more; Important Is the Interest
the girls are taking in Red Cross work.
So eager were they to learn to kni:
that, lacking needles, they found wirc i
and straightened them out Into kn::
ting needle lengths, and used strlzrs,
pieces of twine r and bits of threa 1
picked up here and there for material?,
until they-had really learned to knit.
Now they are provided with" need! .3
and : thread so .that they may knit
washrag3 and other things for the Rrl
Cross,; in addition to-the first aid a::i
Other work they are learning to do in
this connection. -
-The little ones; are keeping up thsir
interest in clay ! modeling, . drawii j
and sand working. '
Mrs Swanzy .'announced that th a
Board of Supervisors had promised t
request W. L. Frazee. sunerinter.-! -h
of lights, to place" two lights in tti?
playground, whicn will be done imme
diately, the association paying for tt 3
electricity used until such tin: 3 si
there is water sufficient in the Nr.
anu reservoirs to supply power fcr t:.a
government lighting plant. . ;
In speaking of the need for mere
light Mrs. Cox took occasion to pre
sent, most; forcibly, the necessity for
keeping ' the Beretania playgrouni
open always for the children of Hono
"As we all know," said Mrs. Cox,
"the Bishop estate has offered to sell
the ground to the city and county for
$50,000, but so far the offer has not
been ' accepted, and I understand that
now the i Bishop f Estate is about to
lease the property, at a high rental, to
some business concern who will doubt
less at once proceed to nut ht hi!M.
Ings of; some sort that will shut the
children off from this favorite breath-.
ing place of theirs. There is not room
In Aala Park for the children tn rhv
as they want to .play and as they
suouio piay. 4ow, when cities all over
the' world are condemnin? bulidinn
and having them removed to mako
playground space,' it seems a stair3
mat we cannot keeD this cround nrw
for' the children." .'
Orders . .issued today from head
quarters of the 'Hawaiian department
givo the official list of regular army
officers taking the present two-week3
grenade school course at Schofield
Barracks. . This course began on Mon
day, of this week. Those included
are: ; x' ;: -v.i .- .
first Infantry Captain Bishop K.
Shackelford,. (U. S. R.); .1st Lieut.
Orlando S. O'.Veil; 2nd Ue tt. Ruther
ford LA Hern 2nd Ueut. Horace G.
Hilliard (U. S. R.). . , n
; Second Infantry 1st. Lieut. Harry
U. Allen; ( U., S. R.) ; Temporary ir.i
Lieut. Harry. E. Phillips, 2nd Lieut.
Jesse D. Ames, (U. S. R.); 2nd Lieut.
Ray Lovejoy, Of. S. R.).
Twenty-fifth ' Infantry Major C. W.
C. Deering. ( U. S. R.) ; 1st. Lieut. J
ward J. Reeves, (U. S. R.); Tempor
ary 2nd Lieut SUnley -Sattenvhite;
2nd LienL ; John C. Cleveland, t V.
s. R.). . p- : , . ,p
Thirty-second; Infantry Captain J.
B. Richardson, Captainv John R. Kax
ter; 1 st. Lieut. Bryce X. Martin; 1st.
Lieut.- Oscar M. McDoIe.
' Fourth Cavalary Captain .Leoyo' I
J. IL Herwig, Captain Jamas Hawtrir?,
1st. -Lieut. Lee T Victor, Tsmpurary
2nd Lieut. Louis Dorn. .
First Ueut. Clive P Mu-Uer, MeJI
car Reserve Corps,.ln addliicri t' h;3
other duties is detailed as- fain) Sur
geon,' Officers'- Training Ckayt Sci:
field Barracks. H. TM and will retrrt
to .the camp; commander fur duty k:
cordingly.. , . 1'.:: .
' ' i -
' ATTORNEY STRAUS FINE D.
Attorner Leon M. Straus as
110 by Circuit Judge; Heeii' this -
noon .for contempt of court. D,
the, trial of a divorce ca3e,. Ati;
E. M.; Watson. made a rea:arli V
torney Straus and, when "the court
rendering its decision irt tl. c d.
matter. Attorney Straus strc ! u;
said: "Have you any arrr::::
me, Judge Watson?" Attcr: .
was imntdJ.itely fir. : J f:r :
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